I Didn't Get Cast: Star Trek As A Middle School Musical

May 17, 2013


This is another video from Rhett and Link featuring a handful of children performing a Star Trek themed middle school musical. Personally, I never participated in middle school musicals because, come on, that's not what the cool kids were into. "You were never cast, were you?" Man, they wouldn't even let me help build the sets. My little sister is always bragging about how she's better than me because she keeps getting cast as the lead which is why I boo the entire time and throw poison ivy instead of roses.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to E V I L A R E S, who's so evil he lurks on the catwalks above trying to drop lights on the actors during plays. And to Lindi, a regular patron of the arts.

  • Spock had boobs.
    Spock shouldn't have boobs.
    My head hurts.

  • Jadis

    all parts used to only be allowed to be cast as men. Think about that next time you're watching Romeo and Juliet. So is it really such a big deal?

  • I know that. That isn't the point.

  • Jadis

    don't you?

  • But, I'm not Spock.

  • Jadis

    neither is the person playing the part. She/he is an actor in a play. Obviously in this case a female tried out for the part and was the best candidate for the part. What's the problem? It's theater.

  • SPOCK!
    Oh, I give up.

  • Rick Sanford

    It's better than the Jar-Jar Abrams abominations he calls "Star Trek movies".

  • Matty Spinny

    what did i just watch?

  • balashi

    The sound of children singing makes me want to ram screwdrivers into my ears, even for a parody - (excluding my own darling children, of course...)

  • ynwhatever

    Needs more George Takei.

  • Rick Sanford

    Sure, but everything needs more George Takei.

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