Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by JonnyQuest037, Jun 23, 2011.
When Colm Meaney dies into a pool, he doesn't get wet, the water becomes "Meaney-a-rized."
Colm Meaney allows the Beatles to exist even after they used the phrase "Blue Meanies" in Yellow Submarine. Although he could retroactively wipe them from existence in all past, present and future dimensions, just by using his jaw muscles.
Until Colm Meany dropped out, it was referred to as the Seattle Eight.
I don't know about the rest of you, but he's too young for that in my case.
You mean his current body is. The Colm Meaney entity changes bodies every century or so. You know, for something to do.
It was Colm Meaney who convinced the filmmakers to change his character for all three of the Barrytown Trilogy movies (in the novels, it's the same character). This was done because for Colm to play the same character in three films would overload the screen due to maximum awesomeness.
Colm Meaney understands Twin Peaks, Lost, and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
"What's the frequency, Colm?" is YOUR benzedrine, uh huh.
I've seen Colm Meaney beat the snot out of James Bond. (Well, Daniel Craig, anyway.)
Colm Meaney was the first to shout "KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!" This caused Ricardo Montalban's image to become Benedict Cumberbatch.
Colm Meaney understands Hibernate exceptions.
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