If you’ve ever questioned your decision, Jonathan Frakes has good report: you’re absolutely right. Or so the Star Trek: Next Generation performer says in the latest meme to go viral.
In addition to the series that propelled him to fame for the role of Commander William Riker, Frakes likewise starred in a lesser-known series called Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction that moved on Fox for three seasons from 1998 to 2002. The proposition was simple. Frakes presented scenarios involving unusual or supernatural instances, and then it was up to spectators at home to determine whether the story was true or false.
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction would have probably been a largely forgettable footnote in the actor’s career, had it not been for a 47 -second-long supercut that went viral the beginning of this year in which Frakes criticized his audience for getting it wrong.
” It’s false. No route. Not this time ,” Frakes deadpans in the clip.” We generated it. Not this time. No. Not this time. It’s totally made up. Pure fiction. It’s fiction. It’s fiction. We stirred it up .”
And that’s how Frakes once again envisioned himself become a meme. But at least he had a good sense of humor about it, tweeting the video, adding:” I’m #proudtobeameme .”
— Jonathan Frakes (@ jonathansfrakes) April 18, 2019
After the clip gained viral popularity, someone else spliced together a similar clip. This time, Twitter user Zane Golia put together 42 seconds of Frakes asking absurd questions while teeing up a segment.
I made this for no one and no reason. Plz Enjoy….
“Jonathan Frakes Asks You Things” pic.twitter.com/ A7Wt5MXP39
— Zane Golia (@ zbgolia) June 11, 2019
In it, Frakes requested his audience about everything from how much fund it would take for them to expend a nighttime in a graveyard to the tallest man they’ve ever seen.
So now that we’ve seen a supercut of Frakes telling us that we’re wrong and posing bizarre questions, it simply establishes sense that someone has put together a clip of him telling the audience that they’re right.
” Is it is feasible this history is true? Yes it is ,” Frakes says, in the clip that surfaced on YouTube earlier this month.” You’re right. It’s reality. Yes. Yes. A similar event did take place. You’re right. You are right. Our research determined a public report of a similar narrative. Yes, it was .”
Having had their affirmations reinstated, people likewise began sharing this latest meme on Twitter 😛 TAGEND
— M. Earl Smith (@ MEarlBITW3 7) June 25, 2019
Jon Frakes gives you positive affirmationshttps :// t.co/ PGnBa2 0GY4
— KAS (@ Boring_Kiel) June 25, 2019
If you’re accusing me of enjoying the Frakes memes, crony, I’ve got news for you: https :// t.co/ PcErD5 9dL0
— Travis Souders (@ travissouders) June 24, 2019
When you’re the dumb friend of the group. https :// t.co/ JYknLAvUpD
— Very Good Tweet Boy (@ RoryMachell) June 25, 2019
And that’s why Jonathan Frakes is still the undisputed king of memes. Although he has yet to respond, we’re sure this one will also find him well.