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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

George Takei calls out Clint McCance

Posted By on Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 3:34 PM



Watch George Takei, AKA "Mr. Sulu" from the original "Star Trek," call Clint McCance a douchebag. Later in the video, Takei reveals that he's bought a clock to countdown to the moment that McCance will find himself in the headlines again for being caught "with a rentboy from some south American country. And when that happens, I sincerely hope you do not kill yourself, Mr. McCance, because no one should ever wish that on someone else."

Beam Clint up, Scotty, because he just got served from orbit.

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