How Many People Loved Mr. Spock? By Susan Hanniford Crowley

It’s time to fess up.  Everyone who loved Mr. Spock on Star Trek, raise your hand!  If you’re like me with your hand in the air, then we are sad to lose actor Leonard Nimoy yesterday at age 83. He portrayed the beloved Star Trek character Mr. Spock, Science Officer on the Starship Enterprise. On Sept. 8, 1966, I was a kid and nothing entranced me more than the new show on outer space exploration called Star Trek.

Please, feel free to share any comments you wish about Leonard Nimoy, about Spock, about your favorite moments on Star Trek. My favorite moment was when he gave up his life for his shipmates, to save the Enterprise. We will miss you, Mr. Spock.

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3 Responses to How Many People Loved Mr. Spock? By Susan Hanniford Crowley

  1. thisisjean says:

    He lived long, and prospered; he inspired two generations of Star Trek fans and the universe is poorer for his loss. The good of one outweighed the good of many. He has been, and ever shall be, our friend. Rest in peace, our dear Mr. Spock.

  2. Susan Hanniford Crowley says:

    I feel the same way, thisisjean. Thanks for your heartfelt comment.

  3. sjmn60 says:

    I couldn’t be called a ‘Trekkie’, but I edge close to it. We have recently bought all seven seasons of Next Generation (after watching all three seasons of the original Star Trek). I thought it apropos (and a bit odd) that the very day Leonard Nimoy died was the evening the two-part ST:TNG Spock episode, “Unification”, came up for us to watch. How poignant that episode was to us! I second what thisisjean said!

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