"Prime Time Players" in television history

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October 07, 2012

Kirk and Spock ("Star Trek")
Now these two would make a phenomenal tag team. One is brash, bold and primed to act on his emotions and deal with the consequences later; the other is thoughtful, calculated and analytical, willing to view any problem from every possible angle. Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock, stars of that most beloved of sci-fi series, "Star Trek," were the perfect yin and yang of the United Federation Starship Enterprise.

Just like any worthy WWE tag team, Kirk and Spock have traveled together and been through countless battles by one another’s side - from the late 1960s NBC series all the way through the first six "Star Trek" motion pictuers. Formidable to say the least, we think these two would fare rather well inside the ring ... especially if Kirk tried to monkey-flip Jerry "The King" Lawler again.

Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble ("The Flintstones")
The Road Warriors of animated prime time television, Fred and Barney changed the face of TV history just as Hawk & Animal forever altered the tag team landscape. "The Flintstones" paved the way for every prime time cartoon that was to follow. It’s safe to say that "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy" would not exist had the prehistoric pair not endeared themselves to multiple generations of TV viewers.

Revolutionary, funny and always entertaining, we’d watch Fred and Barney challenge The Funkasaurus any day of the week. Wil-maaaaa!

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