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Sometimes the guys who make the best husbands are not who you think they might be. We check out the land of science fiction for the best husbands on TV. We check out Journeyman, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Chuck, Quantum Leap, Lost, Firefly and even Futurama for the best.
A week after taking the helm of J.J. Abrams's Star Trek reboot, Chris Pine was spotted out in L.A. with The Hills' Audrina Patridge. The two met for drinks May 15 at the Red Lion Tavern in Silverlake, California, and In Touch reports that Audrina was seen leaving his apartment May 2. The pair met at the ShoWest convention in Las Vegas last month. He received the male star of tomorrow award, and Audrina got the convention's ladies' counterpart (yeah, we were surprised too). "Chris was looking at Audrina a lot, and you could tell that he thought she looked pretty—he was intrigued," a source told In Touch. Hooking Up: Liberation or Desperation?
Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links. Star Trek v. Star Trek porn. [Buzzfeed] Is there a limit to how loud you should be in the sack? [Lemondrop] She has crushes on other guys. Her boyfriend's just fine with that. [Em and Lo] It was my roommate's 21st birthday a few Fridays ago, so my roommates and I decided to throw her a massive birthday party at our apartment. My boyfriend opted to chill in my bedroom for most of the night, while I mingled with the throng of intoxicated co-eds crowding our kitchen. Several cocktails later, I found myself considering hooking up with four different guys and one girl. At least. And every time I had even the slightest urge to stick my tongue in someone else's mouth, I would go into the bedroom and slur to my boyfriend something along the lines of, "There's a cute boy/girl in the kitchen and I sooo want to sleep with him/her." He would respond by smirking, patting me on the back and saying, "Go for it."
Over the weekend, nine of the nerdiest couples in America descended upon the Detroit Science Center for Star Trek: The Exhibition. While there, they proclaimed their love, became formally engaged, and put their names in the hat to win an extravagant Star Trek-themed wedding at the exhibition site this coming June.
Director JJ Abrams has brought back the sci-fi classic Star Trek. And he brought sexy back. Is that a good thing? The Trekkies may not like the new changes. Does every movie really need to be geared towards men and women? You don't see explosions in Sex And The City, right? Maybe Chris Pine will be a fantastic Captain Kirk and maybe he'll put-off the nerds. We'll see in May.
Star Trek actor George Takei married longtime boyf Brad Altman over the weekend. Takei is another in a short line of stars to get hitched since California courts have legalized gay marriage. And this is just one in a long line of examples of Takei being on the cutting edge of social reform.
TV's George Takei (Sulu from Star Trek and Hiro's dad on Heroes) is set to make more news. He and his long time partner, Brad Altman, are set to get hitched. They're celebrating the recent California Supreme Court decision by throwing on a little Elton John and getting married. Hopefully, closeted fanboys will be able to celebrate without too much trouble.
Sometimes people like to dispense wisdom or insight that you didn't ask them for. And celebrities are no different (yes, they're just like us). Susan Sarandon, Denise Richards, and William Shatner share somethings about themselves that could help you out.
You wore Vera Wang—he wore Boba Fett? Or maybe he wore powder blue, and you were Seven of Nine. Either way, it seems there's a new trend in wedding attire, and it's anything but chaste and white. In fact, the cool kids at Wired have gathered a fantastic collection of geeks at the altar. And, as I seem to have stirred up a lot of unwitting controversy with my recent article Why Geeks Are The New Chic, I'm here to tell you about it. So that I can just say this: See, I know geeks have game. They get hitched. And they live happily ever after in dual-joystick households. Now I just have one question: If you say "I do" in Klingon, is it legally binding?