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See, Because the Klingons are Jews

How else would he know what they do with their penises?

Once again via Everything is Terrible

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor.

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21 Comments

  1. As this is a very strange retelling of the story of David, the Klingons are actually Philistines. The “David” in this video, played by the one and only Blaine Bartel, refers to them as “Philistones,” which of course made me think of the Flintstones. But this is a spoof of Star Trek. So weird…

  2. 1) Captain Retard? Really? Where’s Sarah Palin when you need her?

    2) No weapon formed against them shall prosper… unless it’s iron chariots.

    3) The Klingon was a better guitar player.

  3. See, their problem was they accepted the claim that “no weapon formed against them shall prosper,” at face value. I think they should have tested it.

    “Guns won’t work on us!”
    “really?”
    “Yes Really”
    “Maybe I should test it?”
    “No no, trust me they won’t work.”

    No wonder Kirk always won.

  4. I couldn’t watch the whole thing.
    But if god is perfect , all knowing ,etc, etc, why did he command men to get circumcised penises. Its his design after all, why didn’t he make them that way to begin with.
    Reminds me of an old joke. A doctor who performed circumcisions saved a bunch of foreskins and made a wallet out of them. Whenever she wanted to go on a trip, she rubbed on the wallet and it turned into a suitcase.

  5. The geeky guy’s retort to the klingon’s guitar solo was right up there with Greg Brady’s opus…”Clowns never laughed before, bean stalks never grew…..”

  6. OK, my last comment was rather crass and inelegant… I realize now that I misspoke and should have treated the aforementioned video with the respect it deserves. After watching it several times in succession, I realize that it contains a message much greater than I, or any man, could have grasped with only one viewing. I know now that it perfectly embodies the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ in a way that was previously inaccessible to “trekkies” like myself (a label I now renounce, due to my realization that support for that TV show is clearly support for the “Klingon” lifestyle).

    Due to the exposure of the Truth contained in the video, I now understand the meaning of my own existence. I know now that I must do something that pays tribute to my Lord. I know now that I must do something that involves outer space and my penis.

  7. The apparent sincerity pulls the whole production into a tragic surreal framework that captures the pathos essential to the space opera genre. I smell Oscar.

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