George Takei Reads Fifty Shades of Grey (VIDEO)

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Bless George Takei and his continued participation in pop culture. The actor -- known for playing Sulu on Star Trek -- has shared his own commentary on the continuing Star Wars v. Star Trek Debate, Twilight, meme culture in the last couple years.

And this month, he shared a video of himself reading E.L. James' (unfortunately) widely read sleeze romp,Fifty Shades of Grey.

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Takei joins a long list of "Fifty Shades" dramatic readers, including comedian Gilbert Gottfried. Takei's take on the flaccid drama between Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele is accompanied by a hot cup of tea and an occasional "Oh my!":

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