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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Johnny G, Nov 8, 2001.
Is this any good & worth spending over $30 on inc shipping?
Is it that there are no Trekkers here or has nobody got this yet?
I'm sure it's the latter. My understanding is that it's only available for the past week, and only through Shatner's web site.
I only heard about it first on Entertainment Tonight, around the day it was starting to sell. I'm semi-interested in it, but like you I'd like to hear what the word is on the street before I invest in it.
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I ordered it but even with the more expensive shipping its a 5-7 day wait, not sure why since Priority Mail is 2 days at most for $3.00, but there you go. Probably get it next week
Unlike Mr. Scarpa, I never did brave the mail for this. Good thing, too.
Per Image Entertainment's site, this Tuesday it "street dates" into stores! Best Buy doesn't list it. However, it IS listed at Circuit City for just $15.99. I might stop by and see if my local store has it (assuming they don't piss me off there again). If they do, I'll spend a buck more and get it at Suncoast for $16.99!
David Scarpa, was it any good? Worth $20, with tax?
Yes it was actually , the two stars sit down for a pretty candid talk, and it's the closest alot of us TOS fans will ever get to meeting the two. Real nice anormorphic video 0n this one two. Enjoy.
I bought this last month, haven't had time to watch it yet.
Damn, I thought it would only be available from the web site, oh well.
I picked this up at Best Buy today and think it's pretty good actually. There are some pretty candid discussions going on between Shatner & Nimoy. Worth the $15 BB wants for it IMO.
Well, gol darn! William Shatner was at the Mall of America today to promote and sign copies of Mind Meld, and I totally forgot. Probably would have had to pay full price though.
Is this the video where the two actors (Nemoy and Shatner) are having a heart to heart talk about the good-ol'-days of the OTS, then all of a sudden Shatner rips a huge fat and blames it on a piece of equipment being moved. Howard Stern during his morning radio show is continuously ragging on this moment of the interview.