Nimoy guest stars as a corrupt card shark in an episode written by Gene L. Coon.

Three Men and A Baby

Nimoy directs Three Men and a Baby, a comedy about three bachelors adapting their lives around the arrival of a baby. The film grosses $167 million dollars in the US alone and wins the 1988 People’s Choice award for Favorite Comedy.

Death on a Barge

Nimoy makes his directorial debut during the 3rd season of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery. Death on a Barge, the 13th episode of that season, stars Lesley Ann Warren as a woman whose father confines her to a barge because she’s a vampire.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E

Nimoy and Shatner guest star in The Man From U.N.C.L.E episode, The Project Strigas Affair. In the episode, Shatner plays a pest control business owner that U.N.C.L.E recruits for their mission and Nimoy a Russian aide-de-camp. They only appear in two scenes. In the first, Shatner drunkenly throws his arm around Nimoy’s shouldes and in the second, Nimoy points […]

WSJ Interview

Vilks opens up about the changes in his life since drawing the prophet Muhammad as a dog on a traffic circle. While he can’t talk about the details of his protection, he does say he feels safer and misses the ability to be spontaneous. He also rejects the idea that artist and satirists have to be careful when they […]

Gunman attacks cafe

A gunman opens fire at a cafe, firing at least 30 rounds into the windows and doors, but is unable to force his way in. One person dies and three police officers suffer injuries. The gunman is still on the loose, keeping things tense and uneasy throughout the capital. Vilks, the artist who may have been the target at the cafe, carries […]

Fills four coaching positions

The Seahawks fill four positions on their coaching staff. They promote Kris Richard to defensive coordinator, and add Michael Barrow as the linebackers coach, Peter Carroll’s son, Brennan, as an assistant offensive line coach, and Lofa Tatupu as an assistant linebackers coach.