In the world of Twitter, pretty much anything can go viral.
It doesn't necessarily have to be incredibly shocking, or funny, or uplifting. Sometimes it's the most random things that do the best.
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Here to illustrate that point is Twitter user Zane Golia 's supercut of Star Trek star Jonathan Frakes asking rhetorical questions.
Those clips are taken from Frakes' late '90s series Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction — an exploration of the supernatural which has gained something of a cult following.
As the following YouTube video with a cool half million views suggests, it's also very popular supercut material. Read more... More about Jonathan Frakes , Culture , and Web Culture