According to Zap2It on Sept. 8, at the Salt Lake Comic Con "Star Trek's" William Shatner and the original "Batman's" Adam West joined up at a one-hour panel answering questions from adoring fans. They had both spoken of an experience of having worked together on a failed TV pilot called "Alexander the Great" back in 1968. Shatner then talked briefly about the content of the pilot.
"It was filled with half-naked men and half-naked ladies. At that time, it was considered very racy".
They even discussed their aging process and hip replacement surgeries only to be asked if they would ever be appearing on the "Big Bang Theory" which features four comic book loving geeks and their wacky adventures, trials, and tribulations.
West talked about the possibility as a "maybe" while Shatner implied some kind of situation involving driving back to California.
"I promise you, I'm going back to L.A. tomorrow. Monday morning I'll make a call, OK?"
Of course, in this case, he could be being facetious, but one never knows he could be serious. Although Leonard Nimoy did a voice over part as a Spock action figure in one of Sheldon's dreams, so it could stand to reason Shatner may follow suit.
Also, the sixth season of the "Big Bang Theory" will be available Sept. 10.