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John Cox:

"Zorp glutic cloom barga barga fremzeqa hassinploot zimzeeem vooloo sar KWAAPOONY!"

Steve M:

"The planet I've landed on seems to have discovered the "motion blur" tool recently...and they're not afraid to use it!"


Okay, that's it! Take that Tom-Tom off the dash and toss it!

Martin Lundqvist:

"Zorbe, you fix the ship - I will go look for some intelligent alien life forms."


You call a tow ship; I'll go back and eyeball the phlogiston reactor.


"Just once, I'd like to land on Dagobah without crashing into a slimy mudhole!"


I told you to turn left!

Tom Wms.:

The glare from Al Gore's house blinded me and I lost my bearing. Sorrrrrrrrry!

Ed B:

I promise - I'll give you a heads-up if I see any apes on horses!


Okay dear. You win. I'll go ask for directions.

Dr. Bob:

Minus 10 points for the wet landing and another 10 for missing the Slauson cutoff, so that's 60 points of 100. You need to practice more, especially parallel parking, then retake the behind the wheel exam no sooner than 60 days from now.


"The water's only 4 feet deep; you stay with the ship, & I'll take a leisurely stroll & see if I can rustle up a neck brace."

Doc Al:


Yeah, yeah, Zargyxx, MY depth perception isn't any better,
but at least I can find THE FREAKING AIR BRAKES!



Good one. I was trying to come up with a cyclops vision joke, but I couldn't make it work. I was thinking something like...

"Yeah, yeah. Hindsight is always 20."

...but since the "20/20" rating doesn't refer to binocular eyes in ratio to each other, I didn't think it was all that funny.

Depth perception works much better--& now I can think of a dozen "putting on makeup in the rear-view mirror" jokes--but they'd just seem derivative now.


I knew I shoulda taken that left turn at Albuquerque.

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