They don't come cooler than Sean Connery, the original 007 and People magazine's "Sexiest Man of the Century." But when Andy Murray became the first Brit to win a Grand Slam in 76 years with Sunday's victory at the US Open, the level of awesomeness was so great that Connery had to acknowledge it with a solemn fist pump. Like Sir Sean's knighthood, the Connery fist pump is a rare honor bestowed on only the truly worthy. Such as ...
Halle steps out of the sea in 'Die Another Day'
Now there's a Bond girl!
Malachi the Pekingese wins Best in Show
A handsome and worthy champion — unlike you, Trebek.
Wins 'Celebrity Jeopardy'
Suck it, Trebek!
O.J. not guilty
A big fan of Simpson ever since he read for the role of Jamal in "Finding Forrester." Upon hearing the not guilty verdict, told him: "You're the man now, dog."
Moses receives the 10 Commandments
If he could make an 11th, it would be "Thou shalt not watch 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen'."
Jets win season opener
Big fan of Mark Sanchez, who's a direct descendant of Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez. But thinks Tebow "stinks like a whorehouse at low tide" and suggests he carry a St. Jude medallion — you know, the patron saint of lost causes.
Fall of Saddam
"You wanna get Saddam? Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue. That's the American way. And that's how you get Saddam!"
Armstrong takes giant leap for mankind
A real space oddysey — not like that Roger Moore "Moonraker" crap.
Wright brothers first to fly
No small feat — almost as impressive as Connery soaring to safety with the jet pack in "Thunderball."
Columbus discovers the new world
Both unwittingly stumbled upon something big: Columbus with America, Connery with James Bond.