BLEEP MY DAD SAYS ''Wi-Fight'' Review Or A Letter To William Shatner

Dear Mr. Shatner:

After all these years as a fan, can I call you Bill? You can call me Darryl. (And you did tell Picard to call you Jim when you played Kirk for that last time on Star Trek: Generations). So.....Bill....I was there for original Trek and all the reruns in syndication up to today. I remember Barbary Coast (great show, wrong time, huh?). Wasn't a TJ Hooker fan, but others were and that young Heather Locklear sure was cute. And Boston Legal? Hysterical. You stole the show every time.

But this new series, BLEEP MY DAD SAYS? I gave the second episode Wi-Fight a shot as cranky curmudgeon Ed battles - no no no - with son Henry about hooking up the house to the Internet. Was this right out of the: Bleep My Dad Says'' tweets on Twitter? I don't remember it and wonder, because the plot sounded soooo ten years ago. My parents are coming up on 80, mom first and she's way skilled with Google searches at this point and they're both all over the Web, use email and Dad even has a Facebook page. Now the bit threatening to shoot the cable guy was kind of amusing, though the weiner jokes were pretty sophomoric, y'know? Also all the stuff about gardening and growing. And then daughter-in-law Bonnie with a boob rash you describe as: spaghetti and meat balls: when viewed underneath a microscope, which freaks out son Vince?

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