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Desc:using two Kirk Chops, no less
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:martial arts, star trek, McCoy, Bones, short and sweet
Submitted:Jimmy Labatt
Date:07/13/10
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Comment count is 13
Riskbreaker
Where can i find a dojo that trains people into Kirk kung fu?
Scynne
The brass section in sync with the chops.
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
Seriously. Fucking BUH-DUUUH!

This is why the original show is the only Star Trek anything I have on DVD.

chumbucket
The conductor actually has to make that same move to cue the section

Caminante Nocturno
If I could do something like this and that music played every time I did it, my entire life would revolve around finding excuses to do it.
Camonk
"I breathe air."

charmlessman
BUH-NUHHHH!!

memedumpster
Being a doctor, he knows that hitting them in the kidney distracts the patient from the horrible neck trauma.
TeenerTot
Mmm...Kirk chops with honey BBQ sauce.
Rosebeekee
It's a good thing Generic Villian didn't hear that door opening noise.
seriouslyuguys
Actually, that's not a bad guy. It's transporter chief Lieutenant Kyle. Bones was suffering delusions due to an overdose of cordrazine. </beard>
Jeriko-1
That makes it funnier, because he just randomly smacks down some bystander.

mashedtater
why was he eating cream for rashes?

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