The True Meaning of Christmas Is Obviously Watching Spock Die of Radiation Poisoning

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Hallmark, you have outdone yourself. Although I feel like Kirk and Spock should be wearing little Santa hats, don’t you think?

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You can order the new ornament here, which plays Spock’s “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few” quote. I can only pray that next year’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Holiday Ornament is a life-sized representation of Chekov’s ear, with the Ceti Eel crawling into it. Because the only thing more jolly than watching Spock slowly die would of course be alien larva forcibly entering a human orifice. Ho ho ho!

[Via John Martz’ Twitter]


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James Ryan

Hey, it could always be worse. We could be getting an ornament depicting that scene from Star Trek V where...

Um, actually, just about any scene from that movie would be hard to justify putting on the tree. In fact, let’s just pretend that this. Comment. Never. Happened...