Arthur: Normality? We can talk about normality until the cows come home.
Ford: What is normal?
Trillian: What is home?
Zaphod: What are cows?
When Arthur breaks the arm of the chair as his brain is being taken, the arm is strapped to his wrist. A second later the strap and broken arm are gone. See more...
The various nose sculptures in the temple of the Great Green Arkelseizure are based on Douglas Adams' own nose. See more...
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|Title||The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy|
|Original entry||When Trillian uses the lightsaber/knife to cut the bread, you can see the blade of the "lightknife" passes through the breadboard without even cutting or marking it. [Given the advanced technology on the spaceship the bread-sabre would obviously be designed to only cut through bread and not inflict damage on the breadboard, anyone clever enough to invent a knife that toasts while cutting would think of such things. Alternatively the breadboard is made of a material that is impervious to the bread-sabre, a fairly obvious requirement for a breadboard in those circumstances.]|