I don’t leave the house much, and unfortunately traveling is not part of my immediate plans. That being said, Better Late Than Never member Jeff Dye cites Spain as the place he’d love to revisit. Check out my video below as Dye discusses his love for the country.
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Premiering August 23 on NBC (10 pm et/pt), Better Late Than Never has comedian Jeff Dye, actor William Shatner, former pugilist turned businessman George Foreman, and NFL legend and analyst Terry Bradshaw traveling all over Asia in search of new experiences. During our interview with Dye and Shatner, the pair explained why it’s much easier to travel light.
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Whether he’s acting, writing books, doing one-man shows, directing, or even embarking on a successful music collaboration (his 2004 album Has Been with Ben Folds is a standout), William Shatner continues to explore the diverse realms of storytelling. Starting this summer, Shatner will serve as the narrator on a new version of Clangers, BBC’s popular stop animation show from the 1960s.
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The easy play would be to trivialize White Comanche, as the thought of William Shatner playing twin brothers in a Western (one’s a bloodthirsty Comanche, the other is a quickdraw drifter named Johnny Moon) should elicit some laughter (and depending where you stand on Mr. Shatner’s acting skills, either derision or unabashed affection). Since I’m a biased fan of the Star Trek icon, White Comanche was definitely a guilty pleasure.
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