Openly gay actor George "Sulu" Takei isn't a huge fan of Indiana Governor Mike Pence—as governor of Indiana, Pence signed a "religious freedom" law allowing businesses to refuse to serve gay people and in the past he's been in favor of government support for gay conversion therapy.

Plus, since Takei is perhaps the most famous person alive to live in a U.S. concentration camp of Japanese-Americans during World War II, he is not too happy about all of the Trump's campaign's "round them up" talk. So during the vice presidential debate last night, Takei took down Pence as effectively as a phaser set to stun (that's Star Trek, right?).