2008-12-04

Shatner-Palooza: Valerie Bertinelli

Good news, Shatner fan!

William Shatner has a new talk show on the Biography Channel beginning 2008-12-08 You can learn more about the show here.


Shatner's Raw Nerve is William Shatner's own edgy and off-beat celebrity interview series. In each episode Shatner will attempt to probe his guest's most sensitive subjects and touch upon a Raw Nerve to explore life's most intriguing questions and unearth his guests' strange and unknown stories that are most surprising, revealing, funny, touching or bizarre.

Guests include fascinating figures from the pop culture universe such as Valerie Bertinelli, Tim Allen, Jenna Jameson, Jimmy Kimmel, Kelsey Grammer, Judge Judy and many, many more.


In the video below, Shatner interviews Valerie Bertinelli on a stage reminiscent of Victoria Jackson and Kevin Nealon's Love Toilet.

Shatner and Bertinelli discuss the nature of sin.

Set your Tivos, folks. It's going to be awesome.


9 comments:

Cathy M said...

I saw his interviews of Valeria Bertinelli and Tim Allen. They were very good. They kept my interest.

Lori said...

Seriously, is that supposed to be a good thing?! That man makes me nuts! And why is he dressed like Sonny Crockett from Miami Vice?

Jen said...

I love both of them! I'm sorry I missed it but it's probably on demand somewhere. Thanks for sharing it.

Dan Brantley said...

Shatner... he can never top his Transformed Man album from 1968, but he keeps trying. And how can Valerie Bertinelli still be so cute. She is a hot mom.

The Hawg! said...

William Shatner with a talk show? God help us!

Annie said...

I actually saw that advertised and Tivo'd it. Very interesting. I think it shows a side of people we don't normally see.

Denver Cereal said...

It doesn't sound... good.. or even great. In my mind William Shatner = man screaming "KAHN". Maybe it's just the trauma of watching the movies! ;)

Claudia from Denver Cereal

seekngsane said...

saw some of interview with Valerie Bertinelli. WAs good.

John Tedder said...

I saw the end of the Tim Allen interview and most of the Valerie Bertinelli interview. I liked it. It was different. I thought Captain Kirk did a great job. Warp 2 Mr. Sulu.