77 thoughts on “MoMove”

  1. WOW! am I really first? that’s never happened before! I’m going to go explore all the linky’s now
    PIE!

  2. Now that I think about it, every time you’ve been in Sacramento, you HAVE had that shirt on. Still, keep wearing it. It seems to prevent geese from flying into your Fabio-like head.
    Our best to Anne,
    sims

  3. Very nice startrek.com review, Wil.
    The Fark “Lee Harvey Oswald” composite was my favorite, LOL funny … a witty dig at your posture (in that shot, so to speak) and expression.

  4. wil,
    in some self help book somewhere it says it only matters that YOU like the shirt. it’s a lie. what really matters is that the people who read your website like your shirts.
    that said, the shirt rocks!

  5. OH my God! Wil!! Are you trying to KILL yourself, or what??
    Imagine appearing in a (shudder) RED-SHIRT at a TREK convention…
    If that isn’t inviting a lightening bolt from Baal then I don’t know what! :)

  6. Hey Will…Its not the shirt Im worried about,nice monkey pants are they “COURDEROY”?
    HEH HEH HEH

  7. The FARK stuff is hilarious.
    Still wishin’ you could have a bigger part in a future ST movie and have the WES character resolved. (just doin’ some late night bitchin’)
    Is there anyway I could add this wish to my AMAZON wish list?!? HUMPH!
    Be good.
    -rhinohead

  8. wil,
    Nice review, dude. You’ll have to do a con on the East Coast sometime. Or come to Pittsburgh to watch the Pirates lose.
    It was cool Gates McFadden commented about you in her talk. (I like to think that se could have said “…just 14 when I met him. And a lot more famous than me.”) Also liked the butter-dish gag. Hey, though, I wonder if the site was a bit premature about puting finishing touches on a book?
    By the way, what are you doing up past bedtime? And when the hell do *I* sleep?
    Later,

  9. That is a Shirt that dreams are made of, I had a dream that your are going to direct the next star trek movie (the remake of the manegerie) maybe the shirt has something to do with this very wierd dream I keep on having over and over. Well if it happens to be true that shirt might be a directors shirt. Keep it for Wierd Luck

  10. Wil, I read the review, ad that of Capt. Pickard.
    I whish I could have been there..
    hey, If I understand what was said with regard to
    Mr. Stewart and he Lion in Winter”… you have got
    to try being a part of that… maybe the part of
    Richard the Lionheart…
    maybe the part of “Jeffrey”
    but do not take the part of “John”…
    you could even be a great “Phillip” King of France
    if you haven’t seen this movie… rent it…
    see ya at the breast cancer walk-a-thon!

  11. Don’t bother about wearing the same shirt twice.
    Before you know it, you’ll be one of those celebrities who can only wear everything once.
    You’ll become like Jennifer Lopez, whose green dress is almost as famous as her bottom. Or you’ll show up at conventions wearing things that, although officially named “fashion” – and red – are obviously more at ease in Victoria’s Secret catalogs.
    The fans will love it.
    But there won’t be any need for photoshop contests.

  12. Didn’t you where that shirt on Screensavers?
    So no one got the red shirt joke, huh? Too bad my friend & I couldn’t make it to the con, he would have gotten it, he loves jokes like that.
    I don’t know what I anticipate more. Reading your book or getting the chance to see you at a convention.

  13. Hey,
    Don’t know who else to share this with, but a friend of mine works for a call center in Brownsville, PA, which is about 2 miles south of bum-fark Egypt. They handle calls for iomega, and priceline, among others.
    She called me this morning to tell me that I should be jealous, because William Farking Shatner is stopping in to give the priceline team a pep talk or something. Perhaps it will start with “*click” This is the Captain.”
    Poor WFS. He’ll be in a town where the pizzaria offers to deliver the pizzas unbaked so that their customers can use food stamps to pay for them, where the 4-lane highway ends in the middle of the town, where the locals drive 40 minutes to a real hospital to avoid the one that’s 2 miles from town.
    Seriously. I know. I used to live there.
    (Incidentally, its about 10 miles away from Beallsville, PA, the town depicted in the final episode of Quantum Leap, where Donald Bellasario grew up.)
    Later,

  14. Whoops, I think D. Bellasario was from Bentleyville, about 6 mi away form Brownsville.
    My Bad.

  15. off-topic, but congrats on going over your donations goal for the breast cancer walk-a-thon.
    keep the shirt, wear it to all your appearances. like the way michael moore always has a ball cap on.

  16. Yes, it’s time for a bigger rotation. You also wore that shirt on Tech TV. Keep the sneakers, though….nothing beats a great pair of chucks.

  17. Wil loved the pics!..hilarious..I loved the one of you in a garter and high heels.OOh!! and the pic with the boys from NSYNC or is it (Backstreet BOYZ)OH Well! Who the hell cares.Its all about you baby.You are HOTT!!

  18. Wil,
    At least the shirt matched the red on the microphone, which kinda completed the ensamble.
    Later oh great head monkey……
    Matt……

  19. Hey Wil, a few things-
    1) I read your comments at the TNG con regarding your role being cut from Nemesis. If there is an award given for a remarkable display of grace, you should get the fucking thing, cause that was just beautiful. I would have opened up with, “Awright you cocksuckers…” but that’s just me.
    2) I’ve had in-laws at the house for a few weeks now -excruciating- and as an escape I’ve been watching the DVDs of TNG season one. I’ve been watching TNG a long time now and I still can’t figure why people trashed you so much. You had a character to play, you had to play him in a certain way, and you did a damn fine job, holding your own in scenes with major talent. I guess I’ll never figure out what’s with all the animosity. My best guess is jealousy. All the guys bitching now were teens or kids back then, and they were hyper-pissed that you were getting to do what they wanted to do.
    3) I wish that the first person to comment on your daily musings would offer something a little deeper than, “Yay, I’m the first! Kewl!” Jesus Christ.
    4) Keep up the push toward writing. The most important thing a writer has is an individual voice. When you look at most of the pathetic scribblings on the net you don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Having a unique voice is vital, and you’ve definitely got one. There are writers who can make the most astounding adventures dull, while other can talk about taking a dump and have you totally hooked. Keep on writing, man. It’ll take you places someday.
    5) Hope you have a weekend free of assholes and headaches.

  20. I didn’t go to the convention, but when I saw the red shirt, I started chuckling, hoping there wasn’t a “red shirt” reference. Lo and behold… there was. Too scary. The Fark PS thingy is awesome and great review too. Too bad I couldn’t get my butt over to the west coast to see what sounded like a great time.

  21. Boy, there are some really creative people with photoshop out there. The one with the shirt that changes color was my favorite so far.
    Posted by John on October 4, 2002 09:15 AM “I’ve been watching TNG a long time now and I still can’t figure why people trashed you so much. You had a character to play, you had to play him in a certain way, and you did a damn fine job, holding your own in scenes with major talent. I guess I’ll never figure out what’s with all the animosity. My best guess is jealousy. All the guys bitching now were teens or kids back then, and they were hyper-pissed that you were getting to do what they wanted to do.”
    Right on, John, I’ve been saying that since they first started trashing the Wesley character 15 years ago (has it been that long?). Wil’s an actor just doing his job, trash the writers and the order they decided to air the shows, if you must. The actor is not the character. Personally, I loved Wesley. He was what I wanted to be: young, smart and riding on a starship. Geordi and Data were his friends, Picard actually listened to him as a person, not as a “kid” – how great was that?
    The startrek.com review was previously cited in a comments section on another post. When I checked it out, I immediately got the red shirt reference, especially because of the Wesley thing. I thought Wil was having a joke.
    Don’t worry about the shirt, Wil (not that you are). Wear what’s comfortable. And you look good in red. We who go to conventions all have our “con clothes”. (Oh, no, I just stuck myself with a label).
    For what it’s worth, some of us out here used to joke about Patrick Stewart’s convention ensemble. For a while, he wore the same soft green shirt, blue jeans, and white running shoes to every convention I saw him at. We thought he must have pre-packed convention luggage and he only wore that shirt at conventions. Although I think I even saw the shirt on Jay Leno or David Letterman. So you’re in good company.

  22. *Emma laughs so hard that she nearly falls off her chair*
    ROTFLMAO!!! Oh crap…that pic with Wil as Dr. Frank N. Furter is too Farking funny! LOL!!
    Ow. Now I have a headache.

  23. If you get another chance at a TNG film, may Wesley become a vertebra and not a mere piece of cartilage in TNG’s left little toe.

  24. Okay, it’s been quite a long while since I spewed soda on my monitor, but most of those Fark pics were hilarious, so I’m exonerated. “Cool As Ice 2″…man, I nearly messed myself.

  25. Wil… You look good as a weather man… ever consider the occupation?
    As for the shirt… great joke… and don’t worry about it…. like others before me have said… It only matters that it’s comfortable… Hey, everyone has their favorite shirt that they like to wear out on the town that they think they are cool in… and I must say you look pretty cool in that shirt!
    I must also say that I was a great admirer of the Westley character… brought hope to a geek who had no other outlet to release the power of Geek in High School.
    Craig

  26. I was thinking the red shirt was a funny coincidence but I didn’t think it was deliberate since you seem to have a penchant for the bowling shirt.
    Did you notice that you got all lot of space in the review and that most of Gates’ interview was about you too? That’s quite a nice little compliment.

  27. You’ve changed a lot in the face over the years. You don’t quite look like an innocent child anymore. You’re very handsome and nice looking, and I wish and hope that someday they put you in something. You’re an actor worth casting.
    Kristi

  28. Did you get that button sewn back on?
    The red shirt is hella cool, but I also dig that trucker mud flap one that you had on during the evening performance (and the one you wore on ‘The Weakest Link’)
    You were definitely the highlight of the weekend for me.
    Yesterday I had this strange urge to watch “Stand By Me” again so I had to go out and buy the DVD (why I didn’t already own it I will never know). Damn that movie is even better than I remember. You had some priceless lines in that flick.
    The best PS was that Lee Harvey Oswald one. I have been laughing at those at work all day yesterday and today.

  29. Wil, love the stuff mentioned at st website.
    McFadden was sweet, and the thing you said about Patrick Stewart, Hilarious.

  30. That PS thread is too much!
    I guess you won’t really have to worry about wearing that shirt again, didn’t the bottom button pop off while you were on stage in Pasadena? Good review at Star Trek.com.

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