By DP Fleming, D Pressing News Senior Staff Reporter.
TV star Robert Culp's body has been beamed into the body of Dennis Fleming, a mentally unbalanced reporter for the D Pressing News. Culp, a 79-year-old actor, suffered a fall near a Los Angeles park. He was rushed to a hospital in Hollywood where he was placed into a teleporter from the 1960s TV series, Star Trek, and then dissolved.
The actor appeared merged with Fleming's body seconds later.
Said Fleming, "Bob won't be lonely. He's in there with D Patrick & D & Dennis & DP & D-man & Denny & Andy Kaufman."
Culp was perhaps best known for starring opposite scene-stealing actor Bill Cosby in the I Spy TV series (NBC from 1965 to 1968). It was the first TV series to feature an African-American actor more talented than a Caucasian actor in a leading role.
Primarily a television star, Culp made a few motion pictures such as the popular, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice & Vic & Barbara & Al & Rick & Rita & Delbert & Billy & John & Spot & Cynthia & Man o' War. His most recent film role was in The Pelican's Briefs in 1993.
In a statement to the D Pressing News, Fleming said, "Culp's last wish is to have the teleporter destroyed before William Shatner dies and is beamed in here. There's no room for two bad actors."