Star Trek debate has existed since Star Wars first hit theaters in 1977.
Sadly, the report doesn't make clear whether or not Whyte was fighting for Star Trek or Star Wars.
An argument over "whether "Star Wars" or "Star Trek" was a better movie" turned violent Saturday afternoon when an Oklahoma man shoved his roommate to the ground and began choking the male victim, police allege.
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The victim got upset and walked back to his room after he said to Whyte: "You're just a trick". The reason? He got into a fight with another dude about whether Star Trek or Star Wars was cooler, and it ended with him allegedly shoving the guy to the ground and choking him until he was almost unconscious. Whyte let go, reached for the knife and cut himself before leaving the room.
Whyte was arrested and charged with assault, battery, possession of marijuana, and outstanding warrants, according to KOKH. It did not reveal which side Whyte is on. He then left the scene and was later arrested and booked at the Oklahoma County Jail.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office says he remains in custody on a $4,000 bond and has a preliminary hearing set for July 27.
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