By Amber Lena
Welcome to the Geek Tweet Recap, where we bring you the best tidbits from your favorite geek personalities.
Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen continue to document their adventures around New York. We continue to baffle at how Professor X and Magneto are friends.
Nathan's! #gogodididonyc @TwoPlaysInRep pic.twitter.com/1w0qay8Q19
— Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) September 25, 2013
Important life advice from Jane Espenson:
The five-second rule gets an automatic extension if no one is watching. — Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) September 25, 2013
Eragon is 10 years old! Anyone else suddenly feel ancient?
Leonard Nimoy rocked out his LLAP shirt, which is conveniently available for purchase here. Please join the rest of us in throwing your money at your computer screen.
Well that explains why the cereal tastes like cardboard.
Honeycomb is the only cereal designed by the Army Corps of Engineers.
— GailSimone (@GailSimone) September 26, 2013
All of the OUaT cast members continue to torture waiting fans by performing an extraordinarily well-coordinated Twitter campaign. You evil people you.
The real question here is whether or not they gave Karen Gillan coloring books and finger paints as well. We'd want coloring books and finger paints.
They know how to keep me quiet in between takes... pic.twitter.com/NPrhLJnl8W
— Karen Gillan (@KarenGillan2) September 25, 2013
Here, have a NASA launch! Because space is cool.
We don't know about you, but we're starting to ship Wil Wheaton/Burrito. Now accepting applications for an official ship name. Wilrrito?
OH MY GOD THIS BURRITO. THIS BURRITO IS AMAZING AND I AM EATING IT AND OH MY GOD THIS BURRITO OH MY GOD. #BurritoWatch
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) September 26, 2013
We were both saddened and a little terrified by this tweet from Maggie Q:
Please accept this adorable picture of Jared Padalecki and his son Thomas. You're welcome.
There you have it, all: Wednesday, September 25th, summed up in geek tweets! Check back tomorrow for more of your favorite geeky celebs, media personalities, and groups sounding off in 140 characters or less.