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We’re sad to learn of the death of Leonard Nimoy who passed away at his home in Los Angeles earlier this morning. Best known for his role as Mr. Spock in Star Trek, Nimoy’s career spanned more than six decades both in front of and behind the camera, in television and film, and left us more than a handful of memorable musical performances such as “The Ballad of Biblo Baggins.” It’s a sad day for Trekkies everywhere, so I’ll leave you with clip from the end of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan as an emotional James T. Kirk attempts to say farewell to his fallen friend. G’night Mr. Nimoy. You were, and always will be, our friend.

Spock’s Funeral SCENE – Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan MOVIE (1982) – HD

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It is logical you should watch this Audi commercial with double the Spock (and therefore double the fun).

Zachary Quinto vs. Leonard Nimoy: “The Challenge”

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Why is Nurse Chapel slapping Spock over and over again? You’d have to as Ludacris. Thank you Internet.

Move, Spock, Get Out The Way!

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Because what diehard Trekkie doesn’t want life-sized Kirk and Spock wall art?

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