Star Trek Cartoon + Shatner's "Common People" = Kirk/Spock Slashup

Behold the best Star Trek mash up ever: the animated Star Trek + William Shatner's cover of Pulp's "Common People" = greatness!

Done in the style of Kirk/Spock (or K/S) story:

In the science fiction TV series Star Trek (1966-1969), the characters of Captain James T. Kirk and his Vulcan science officer Mr. Spock share an unusually close friendship, although both characters have relationships and sexual liaisons with women. Almost from the beginning, fans noticed the loving nature of the relationship. A few fan writers started speculating about the possibility of a sexual relationship between Kirk and Spock. The Kirk/Spock phenomenon eventually took on a life of its own, and became one of the driving forces in Star Trek fanzines during their heyday.

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