If we all didn't love anthropomorphic animals so much, there's no way Disney would be as successful as it is. It turns out there's something better than cartoon animals acting like people though -- real animals acting like people.
You're not from just any starship -- you're from the Enterprise-D, class Galaxy, baby. Back when people still got stuck in turbolifts and even a kid could solve a major engineering crisis. Are you a true Enterprise-D kid like Wil Wheaton, aka Wesley Crusher from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'? Here's how you know.
SDCC 2013 has come and gone, and we may have been sitting in our hot, un-air conditioned NYC apartment, sweating out a horrendous heat wave in our underpants, but our friends at Comics Alliance and ScreenCrush got to go, and they took some great pictures!
This video makes us feel happy, because it is so supremely awesome. It also makes us feel sad because we will probably never get a high five from a bumblebee. We can't even get high fives from our "friends."
Maybe the video's blatant objectification of women is a bit too much for you. Maybe you like watching old people dance. Maybe you just want an excuse to listen to Robin Thicke's summer jam 'Blurred Lines' eight times in a row. Whatever your reason is, we're pretty sure you're going to enjoy watching these videos of old people (and babies!) dancing to 'Blurred Lines.'
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