And Captain Planet, but only the intro
(What was up with that? He had no character)"
'I, too, and filming a movie. As an actor this time.' Alec's pale brows knit. 'A television film?' he asked. 'No. A theatrical film.' The eyes became, as Daphne du Maurier would say, mere slits. 'How long will you be in Pittsburgh?' When I answered two says, he sighed with quiet pleasure. 'Ah, a small part.'
Harry S. Plinkett (as Shatner): You stand there.
Warner: ...Okay, well, do I say anything then?
Plinkett: No.... at one point you might look concerned, or somethin'. But that's about it.
Warner: Okay, so let me get this straight: I have no lines. I just stand here. Well, what's my motivation?
Plinkett: I dunno. Pretend you're on line somewhere.
Warner: You mean in a queue?
Plinkett: Yeah, you're in a queue. You're in a queue to get in the tube— look, get the fuck outta my face, I'm busy!
Warner: (Well, this film's a bit rubbish, ain't it?)
Rich: It's probably the only way they could get Bill Murray to do it. "I don't wanna be covered in slime, I don't wanna wear that heavy backpack..." He probably had a shit-ton of stipulations. "I wanna do as little as possible..."
Jay: But then I've heard him complain in recent years about the lack of quality of the second Ghostbusters movie. You're like, "Well, you kinda contributed to that by not wanting to do anything in it."