George Takei Reads From 50 Shades Of Grey, Thus Justifying The Book’s Existence

By David Wharton | Published

The Internet is a cruel mistress who both giveth and taketh away. For every “Oh My Dayum,” there is a “Two Girls, One Cup.” For every Red Letter Media bit of insightful brilliance, there are literally millions of people ranting incoherently on YouTube. Thankfully, the Internet has rewarded us all with a late-life career resurgence for one Mr. George Takei, who has built upon his fame as Star Trek’s Sulu by reinventing himself as the beloved Facebook friend of literally every human being on the planet, even those without any way to access Facebook. And for that, let us give thanks, for if there were no Facebook, and if there were no Internet, we would never get to watch George Takei reading from E.L. James’ erotic novel, 50 Shades of Grey. And we would all be the poorer for it.

Do I really have to tell you that this is massively NOT SAFE FOR WORK? Oh myyy…