The Cricket's Daily 3: Help for a dying 'Star Trek' fan

Published January 18, 2013 8:18 pm
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Here's what's being talked about in pop culture:

• Director J.J. Abrams showed an early copy of "Star Trek Into Darkness" to a fan dying of leukemia. It's a noble gesture, but one wonders if every "Star Trek" geek in America will now try to fake a cough. [The Hollywood Reporter]

• House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will make her scripted TV debut on the series finale of "30 Rock," airing Jan. 31. [The Washington Post]

• Tom Selleck says he's up for another sequel to "Three Men and a Baby." The baby would be 26 now – so maybe "Three Men and a Wedding"? [Entertainment Weekly]

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