As Janeane Garofalo said in "Reality Bites": "Oh, would you two just do it and get it over with?"
The decades-long tension between "Star Trek" pioneers William Shatner and George Takei reached a boiling point in months past when the two schoolyard babies argued back and forth -- through various media, not directly to each other -- about whether or not Shatner was invited to the recent wedding of Takei and his partner, Brad Altman. It continues with a new video out this week ...
In a video message posted to his YouTube channel, Shatner again discusses the laborious feud with his former helmsman, complining, ''George has been mean to me for a long time -- I mean, decades and decades.''
Says Shatner of the wedding-invite mishap: ''I would not expect him to invite me to a place where he wanted to be surrounded by love and he'd see my little red face poking out there, and look at me and feel whatever enmity he feels for whatever reason I do not know.''
He closes the message by inviting Takei to come on Shatner's new cable talk show, "Shatner's Raw Nerve," and settle the matter.
What do you think: Is this a sincere feud between two old colleagues, or a stunt whipped up to get us talking about Shatner and his new show?