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Published on Aug 9, 2012

George Takei has led a life of wonder. Dude has 2,438,894 likes on his Facebook page and was born in 1937! What makes him so popular and still so relevant today? Why does America love George takei? This episode of The Factuary, we discuss internment camps, Howard Stern, "Star Trek" and country music ... and how all of them have something to do with George Takei.

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"The Factuary | Why George Takei Matter?"
Written/Hosted by Guy Branum
Directed by Bennet Silverman
Produced by Brin Lukens
Edited by Brad Conlin
Assistant Edited by Rebecca Votta

Learn more about George Takei on his Wikipedia - http://bit.ly/4lbzcI

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