William Shatner’s tongue-in-cheek spoken-word renditions of pop songs are so ridiculously bad that they’re actually (dare we admit this?) good. Take his cover of Pulp’s “Common People,” off his 2004 album Has Been. The Shatnerfied cover has guitar riffs, what sounds like dozens of backing vocalists and actual singing by British musician Joe Jackson. But then comes the theatrical powerhouse, shouting the lyrics over what would otherwise be an honest cover of the Britpop classic. Also, we just love the idea of Shatner going to the supermarket and watching roaches climb the wall.