With all of this J.J Abrams Star Wars business, we've beginning forgetting about that one other Star franchise. And with that comes the unfortunate forgetting of Zachary Quinto's Spock. In Funny or Die's Billy On the Street, Quinto quickly realized that people could really care less about Spock or his twin space future brother self guy Old Spock. Then again, I wonder if they would have recognized Leonard Nimoy.
Whatever, live long and prosper is pretty much meaningless now.
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