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X1:176 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 Shouldn't be much farther to the cabin, Betty.
X1:148 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:447 Gee, I like this mountain road.
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes. The scenery certainly is lovely to look at.
X1:228 X2:490 Y1:418 Y2:449 If you like scenery.
X1:164 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 Pull up here, why don't you, and I'll check the map.
X1:178 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Make sure we're not lost. - Yeah.
X1:181 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Seriously, Paul, I do wish this was a vacation.
X1:171 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:443 You could use a break from all this scientist work.
X1:166 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's almost as if you've been doing too much science.
X1:221 X2:497 Y1:376 Y2:449 Too much science? Is that possible?
X1:113 X2:604 Y1:376 Y2:443 Betty, you know what this meteor could mean to science.
X1:188 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:443 If we find it, and it's real, it could mean a lot.
X1:146 X2:573 Y1:376 Y2:443 It could mean actual advances in the field of science.
X1:108 X2:608 Y1:376 Y2:449 No, I know. I'm used to it, I guess. You might say I'm a scientist's wife.
X1:108 X2:609 Y1:418 Y2:449 There's a lot in what you say, Betty.
X1:095 X2:622 Y1:376 Y2:447 In many ways, it's hard to be a scientist's wife, the wife of a scientist.
X1:129 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:449 And yet, in other ways, it's good. Really good.
X1:134 X2:582 Y1:376 Y2:449 You always know the right thing to say, Dr. Paul Armstrong.
X1:125 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:449 There's a farmer up ahead there. Why don't we ask him directions.
X1:134 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:449 Excuse me. Can you tell us the way to the old Taylor place?
X1:199 X2:518 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sure thing, mister. Stay on this road here.
X1:189 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:449 Past Dead Man's Curve, you'll come to a fence...
X1:175 X2:545 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...called the Devil's Fence. From there, go on foot...
X1:133 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...till you come to a valley known as the Cathedral of Lost Soap.
X1:100 X2:618 Y1:376 Y2:449 Smack in the center is what they call Forgetful Milkman's Quadrangle.
X1:193 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:449 Stay right on the Path of Staring Skulls...
X1:176 X2:545 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and you come to a place called Death Clearing.
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:418 Y2:449 Cabin's right there. Can't miss it.
X1:229 X2:488 Y1:376 Y2:449 Boy, that doesn't sound too inviting.
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, lot of folks superstitious in these parts...
X1:185 X2:533 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...what with the legend of Cadavra Cave and all.
X1:196 X2:524 Y1:376 Y2:443 Next you'll be telling us there's monsters.
X1:287 X2:431 Y1:418 Y2:449 Quiet day.
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 I certainly hope someone needs a forest ranger here sometime.
X1:134 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 Hello. I'm Dr. Roger Fleming, and I seem to have lost my way.
X1:164 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:443 I'm Ranger Brad, and that's what I'm here for.
X1:147 X2:570 Y1:376 Y2:443 You can call me Ranger Brad. Most folks do.
X1:213 X2:504 Y1:376 Y2:443 Yes. Ranger Brad. Of course. I like that.
X1:147 X2:573 Y1:376 Y2:449 Do you think you could tell me the way to Cadavra Cave?
X1:152 X2:566 Y1:376 Y2:449 Cadavra Cave? Why do you wanna go there?
X1:180 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 Ranger Brad, do I tell you all your ranger business?
X1:164 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:443 No, I guess not. Keep going on this trail about a mile.
X1:238 X2:479 Y1:418 Y2:443 You can't miss it.
X1:180 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:449 Thank you, Ranger Brad. You've been very helpful.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:449 Anytime.
X1:300 X2:417 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, say.
X1:089 X2:629 Y1:376 Y2:449 You don't believe those legends about the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, do you?
X1:160 X2:558 Y1:376 Y2:449 Ranger Brad, I'm a scientist. I don't believe in anything.
X1:279 X2:440 Y1:418 Y2:443 Nice fellow.
X1:191 X2:528 Y1:418 Y2:447 Paul, is it much farther?
X1:118 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 My legs are already starting to feel like two heavy, slow things.
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:376 Y2:449 Soon I won't feel like I have legs anymore, they're already so tired.
X1:101 X2:617 Y1:418 Y2:449 Shouldn't be too much farther, Betty.
X1:204 X2:515 Y1:376 Y2:443 And then you can rest and I can do science.
X1:192 X2:528 Y1:376 Y2:449 What was that about being a scientist's wife?
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:418 Y2:449 Look. They've got the right idea.
X1:122 X2:596 Y1:418 Y2:449 This looks like the cabin, all right.
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:376 Y2:447 Looks okay from the outside. But what's the inside like, I wonder.
X1:148 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:443 I think the front's around here.
X1:190 X2:528 Y1:376 Y2:443 Oh, Paul, it's everything I dreamed it'd be.
X1:116 X2:603 Y1:418 Y2:449 Is it? Gee, that's wonderful, honey.
X1:224 X2:493 Y1:418 Y2:449 What is it, darling?
X1:241 X2:477 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, I don't know.
X1:133 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 As a scientist, I just wish I could appreciate more things, like...
X1:230 X2:489 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...cabins, bicycles.
X1:148 X2:572 Y1:376 Y2:449 I know. You're too wrapped up in your work.
X1:141 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's why you need to get away from this silly old meteor.
X1:157 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 Get away from it? I feel like I haven't even got near it yet.
X1:115 X2:603 Y1:376 Y2:449 This silly old meteor, as you call it, could be made of atmosphereum.
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:376 Y2:443 Do you know what that could mean for mankind?
X1:112 X2:605 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, tell you what, Betty, once my meteor studying is done...
X1:216 X2:503 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...what say you and I take some time off...
X1:144 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...take the boat out on the lake, just the two of us?
X1:127 X2:592 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Oh, Paul, do you really mean it? - Scientist's honor.
X1:204 X2:512 Y1:376 Y2:443 Wait a minute. We don't have a boat.
X1:210 X2:507 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Oh, you. - I want you to know...
X1:107 X2:614 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...if we did have a boat, you'd be the first person I'd take out on it, kitten.
X1:157 X2:562 Y1:418 Y2:449 Dinner was delicious, honey.
X1:094 X2:624 Y1:376 Y2:447 Keep cooking like that and I won't be able to move, let alone do science.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:418 Y2:447 That'd suit me fine, Mr. Meteor.
X1:117 X2:599 Y1:376 Y2:449 Ouch, that hurt. Tomorrow, what say you and I go searching...
X1:110 X2:611 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...for our rocky, glowing, radioactive friend from space together?
X1:161 X2:559 Y1:376 Y2:449 Paul Armstrong, I do believe there's hope for you yet.
X1:271 X2:448 Y1:418 Y2:443 Shake on it?
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why shake when we can touch other things? Like lips.
X1:099 X2:619 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, Paul, could that be your meteor?
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:376 Y2:449 My meteor's already landed, honey. That'd be scientifically impossible.
X1:117 X2:604 Y1:376 Y2:449 Right. Who ever heard of a meteor going back to space?
X1:199 X2:521 Y1:376 Y2:449 There must be another meteor altogether.
X1:296 X2:423 Y1:418 Y2:443 I wonder.
X1:262 X2:456 Y1:418 Y2:443 I also wonder.
X1:175 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:449 Now, see here. What's got my cows all-fired riled?
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's okay, Bossy, I'm here now. There, there, Bossy. There, there.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 No. No. You're not Bossy. You're not Bossy.
X1:168 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:447 Well, time to find a meteor.
X1:094 X2:624 Y1:376 Y2:449 Looks like a perfect day for hunting space rocks, wouldn't you say, Betty?
X1:187 X2:530 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, Paul, I'm frightened.
X1:163 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:443 What is it, darling? What's the matter? Tell me.
X1:272 X2:447 Y1:418 Y2:443 I don't know.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:418 Y2:449 Nothing I can put my finger on.
X1:190 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:443 Not something I can see or touch or feel...
X1:171 X2:547 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...but something I can't quite see or touch or feel...
X1:210 X2:510 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...or put my finger on.
X1:103 X2:615 Y1:376 Y2:447 - Oh, well. Shall we find that meteor? - Yes, of course.
X1:100 X2:618 Y1:376 Y2:443 According to my map, Cadavra Cave should be around here somewhere.
X1:132 X2:585 Y1:418 Y2:449 Any readings, as you call them?
X1:142 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 Nothing yet. According to my calculations...
X1:172 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...the meteor must have crashed right around here.
X1:110 X2:607 Y1:376 Y2:449 And that machine, or whatever it is, will tell you where?
X1:175 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes, it's tuned to detect atmosphereum...
X1:151 X2:568 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...which is what I'm convinced the meteor was made of.
X1:286 X2:432 Y1:418 Y2:443 Incredible.
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:449 Either that's a reading or my teeth chattering.
X1:140 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:449 We've picked up something that's not teeth. That's strange.
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 I hope it doesn't mean one of us ate atmosphereum.
X1:088 X2:630 Y1:376 Y2:449 This is serious. The readings are getting stronger, but we're not moving.
X1:148 X2:571 Y1:376 Y2:449 But something else is moving, and it's moving right for us.
X1:155 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 Whatever it is, it's gone now. You all right?
X1:292 X2:427 Y1:418 Y2:443 I think so.
X1:169 X2:548 Y1:376 Y2:449 Whatever was watching us seemed pretty big.
X1:196 X2:520 Y1:418 Y2:449 Worse than that, Betty.
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 Whatever it was, it's lousy with atmosphereum.
X1:172 X2:546 Y1:418 Y2:443 This is it. This has to be it.
X1:254 X2:463 Y1:418 Y2:443 Cadavra Cave.
X1:148 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:449 It's you, isn't it? It's really you.
X1:097 X2:620 Y1:418 Y2:447 At last, the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:447 And this little find, this pile of old bones, as some would call it...
X1:103 X2:616 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...will make me, Dr. Roger Fleming...
X1:097 X2:623 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...the most powerful man in the world.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:418 Y2:449 It is safe, she who is my wife.
X1:190 X2:526 Y1:418 Y2:449 You may come out now.
X1:085 X2:633 Y1:418 Y2:449 Are you certain, Kro-bar, my husband?
X1:168 X2:549 Y1:376 Y2:443 This world is strange to us, even different.
X1:184 X2:532 Y1:376 Y2:447 Yes, it is different, this Earth, as it is called.
X1:101 X2:618 Y1:376 Y2:449 But then, are we of the planet Marva, as we call our planet...
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...not also strange and different to this planet and its people also?
X1:132 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:449 You think the Earth people think we are strange, you think?
X1:109 X2:611 Y1:376 Y2:449 It is strange how the ways of people on different planets differ, is it not?
X1:166 X2:553 Y1:418 Y2:443 Marva. Earth. Marva. Earth.
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:449 I see what you mean.
X1:149 X2:570 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, well. Come. Let us ready the preparations.
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'll get the things we need to repair our ship...
X1:135 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...which is broken, in the crash on this alien planet that we had.
X1:203 X2:513 Y1:418 Y2:449 You know, it's funny...
X1:131 X2:588 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...but in a strange way, I could feel almost at home here.
X1:234 X2:483 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Oh, well. - Kro-bar. Kro-bar!
X1:206 X2:512 Y1:418 Y2:449 The Mutant. It's gone.
X1:122 X2:596 Y1:376 Y2:449 But how can this be? Was not the Mutant cage sealed?
X1:100 X2:617 Y1:376 Y2:443 Oh, yes, I swear it was, my husband. And the Mutant lock was secured.
X1:119 X2:599 Y1:376 Y2:449 Maybe the special bars on the Mutant cage got bent in the crash.
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, this is fine. Fine. Now we must not only repair our ship...
X1:104 X2:617 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...we must find our Mutant, which we were to return to our planet, Marva.
X1:135 X2:582 Y1:376 Y2:449 Or who knows how many untold millions will die by its hand.
X1:187 X2:531 Y1:376 Y2:449 If only it did have hands, my woman.
X1:187 X2:531 Y1:418 Y2:449 If only it did have hands.
X1:186 X2:532 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, why isn't it working?
X1:139 X2:578 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why are you not coming to life, my Skeleton? Why?
X1:119 X2:600 Y1:418 Y2:449 Have I wronged you in some way?
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 You're against me, aren't you? Of course you are.
X1:155 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:449 All skeletons are against me. They always have been.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 Even when I was a child, I was hated by skeletons.
X1:123 X2:594 Y1:418 Y2:449 Stop your blubbering, mortal fool.
X1:183 X2:534 Y1:376 Y2:449 Who is it? Who are you? Show yourself.
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:376 Y2:447 Who do you think it is, idiot? It is I, the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Then you are alive! - That is how stupid you are.
X1:117 X2:602 Y1:376 Y2:449 Only my skeleton brain lives. The rest of me is still just lifeless bone.
X1:150 X2:570 Y1:376 Y2:449 But there is a way to bring me completely back to life.
X1:121 X2:596 Y1:376 Y2:447 What is it? You have but to say it, O Skeleton, and I will do it.
X1:146 X2:573 Y1:376 Y2:449 There is a radioactive element known as atmosphereum.
X1:093 X2:624 Y1:376 Y2:443 - You must find this and bring it to me. - I will.
X1:204 X2:514 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'll find atmosphereum and bring it to you.
X1:157 X2:560 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's what I just suggested. When I am brought to life...
X1:168 X2:549 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...together, you and I will rule the world together.
X1:170 X2:550 Y1:418 Y2:443 But how? How will I find it?
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:376 Y2:449 That is for you to know. That's not my problem. I sleep now.
X1:174 X2:544 Y1:418 Y2:447 No. No, tell me where it is.
X1:214 X2:505 Y1:418 Y2:443 Skeleton? Skeleton?
X1:177 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 Where? Where can I find this atmosphereum?
X1:143 X2:574 Y1:418 Y2:447 That's it, Paul. You've found it.
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes. This meteor will be the world's greatest source of atmosphereum.
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:376 Y2:449 Look at it glow. It's almost lulling, in a way.
X1:188 X2:531 Y1:376 Y2:443 Careful, don't fall in love with that stuff.
X1:152 X2:565 Y1:376 Y2:449 That atmosphereum can do some mighty powerful things.
X1:198 X2:521 Y1:418 Y2:443 Can I believe the luck?
X1:103 X2:613 Y1:418 Y2:449 Atmosphereum under my very nose.
X1:229 X2:490 Y1:376 Y2:443 If it were a woman, it could kiss me.
X1:205 X2:514 Y1:418 Y2:449 Hold on, my Skeleton.
X1:162 X2:557 Y1:376 Y2:443 For soon you shall have life. Sweet life.
X1:150 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:449 Is it so hopeless, my Kro-bar?
X1:137 X2:581 Y1:418 Y2:449 Lattis, I fear our power source...
X1:143 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...the power that runs this ship, is gone.
X1:097 X2:621 Y1:376 Y2:449 Without it, I fear we have no hope of ever seeing Marva, our planet, again.
X1:099 X2:619 Y1:418 Y2:449 Then we must find the power source.
X1:189 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes. We must hope that this planet, this Earth...
X1:092 X2:628 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...contains that rarest of all radioactive elements: Atmosphereum.
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:443 Oh, well. Meantime, I will hunt for the Mutant...
X1:182 X2:537 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...with this transmutatron.
X1:145 X2:575 Y1:376 Y2:449 I only hope it didn't kill already while it roamed last night.
X1:254 X2:464 Y1:418 Y2:443 Leave me now.
X1:184 X2:533 Y1:376 Y2:443 Our Mutant must be around here somewhere.
X1:088 X2:630 Y1:376 Y2:449 When I find it, our transmutatron will change it to a more harmless creature.
X1:144 X2:573 Y1:418 Y2:449 That might be the Mutant now.
X1:103 X2:615 Y1:376 Y2:449 With this atmosphereum, Betty, mankind can benefit in many ways...
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...many of them good. - I know.
X1:240 X2:478 Y1:418 Y2:443 Kro-bar! Kro-bar!
X1:151 X2:566 Y1:376 Y2:449 What is it? You need not yell, because of my proximity.
X1:098 X2:623 Y1:376 Y2:449 I yell not from the volume required by great distance, but from excitement.
X1:143 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Two Earth people... - There are many Earth people.
X1:086 X2:632 Y1:376 Y2:443 Speak specifically. What's special about these two that warrants interest?
X1:144 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Surely nothing. - These two, as you call them...
X1:200 X2:520 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...have atmosphereum.
X1:104 X2:614 Y1:376 Y2:449 I hope the owners don't mind their dishes holding a radioactive meteor.
X1:133 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:449 Don't eat the meteor by mistake, whatever you do.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:376 Y2:449 Seriously, we'll clean the dishes before we go.
X1:178 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Oh, Paul, it's so exciting. - I know.
X1:177 X2:541 Y1:376 Y2:443 I've got to get that meteor. But how? How?
X1:086 X2:631 Y1:418 Y2:449 There must be a way inside that cabin.
X1:266 X2:452 Y1:418 Y2:443 Think. Think.
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:443 Cabin. Cabin. Cabin.
X1:269 X2:448 Y1:418 Y2:443 What's that?
X1:232 X2:486 Y1:418 Y2:447 Good work, Lattis.
X1:101 X2:618 Y1:376 Y2:449 The human whereabouter has led us right to where the humans are.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 Evidently, these beings like primitive, almost rustic structures.
X1:212 X2:506 Y1:418 Y2:449 How foolish they are.
X1:183 X2:534 Y1:418 Y2:449 Aliens, from outer space.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:449 Careful, my love, for we must seem to like such things now...
X1:175 X2:545 Y1:376 Y2:449 this foolish structure and all things human.
X1:129 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:449 I catch on, my Kro-bar. Almost as if we were pretending.
X1:152 X2:566 Y1:376 Y2:449 Pretending. I like the way you put things, my queen.
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 Mysterious, and yet still perfectly understandable.
X1:103 X2:615 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, well, we waste time on amusement. On with the pretending.
X1:104 X2:613 Y1:376 Y2:449 Thanks to the transmutatron, we will look exactly like the human beings.
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:418 Y2:449 How strange these beings be.
X1:202 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:443 This neck restrainer is most uncomfortable...
X1:111 X2:607 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and what function must it serve? - I don't know, my husband.
X1:171 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:443 I am strangely drawn to this inverted cloth funnel...
X1:159 X2:561 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...and its wonderful softness.
X1:177 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 Careful, Lattis. You may grow to like being human.
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:418 Y2:449 My husband would joke with me.
X1:169 X2:549 Y1:376 Y2:449 Come. Go. The atmosphereum awaits.
X1:090 X2:627 Y1:376 Y2:449 We cannot take the transmutatron in with us. It would be difficult to explain.
X1:097 X2:621 Y1:376 Y2:447 We'll leave it here in case the Mutant comes, so we can render it harmless.
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:418 Y2:449 What are they, Kro-bar?
X1:168 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:449 A series of small buildings leading up to the main one.
X1:193 X2:524 Y1:418 Y2:443 And what are we to do?
X1:179 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 Step on them until we are high enough to enter.
X1:176 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, darling, have you made science history yet?
X1:110 X2:610 Y1:376 Y2:449 If you keep distracting me, I'll never change the course of mankind.
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, maybe we can do that without atmosphereum.
X1:138 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Who can that be? - Someone who's an interrupter.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:443 This appears to be an entrance of some sort.
X1:178 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 Then why isn't it opening, my love?
X1:247 X2:471 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Oh, I'm scared. - This is insane.
X1:136 X2:581 Y1:418 Y2:449 This makes no sense, I tell you.
X1:191 X2:527 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why is this happening? Why is this happening?
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 Calm, Lattis. There must be some explanation. There has to be.
X1:126 X2:592 Y1:376 Y2:449 What's wrong? What's wrong? Why doesn't this entrance open?
X1:155 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 They'll know. They'll know everything now.
X1:118 X2:600 Y1:376 Y2:449 What can we do? What can we do to make this entrance open?
X1:313 X2:405 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Hello. - Hello.
X1:167 X2:550 Y1:418 Y2:449 There is a way in. I knew it.
X1:232 X2:486 Y1:418 Y2:449 Can we help you?
X1:215 X2:504 Y1:376 Y2:443 - You would help us? - I don't understand.
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:443 Oh, you must be the Taylors. Of course.
X1:187 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:443 These are the people that rented us the cabin.
X1:087 X2:630 Y1:376 Y2:449 - They said they might stop up. - How are you? I'm Dr. Paul Armstrong.
X1:204 X2:513 Y1:418 Y2:449 This is my wife, Betty.
X1:126 X2:591 Y1:418 Y2:449 We didn't catch your first names.
X1:118 X2:599 Y1:376 Y2:449 Our first names are the names that were given us first, obviously.
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:418 Y2:449 Well, what shall we call you?
X1:208 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, our Earth names. I am Tergasso...
X1:252 X2:465 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...and this is... - I am Bammon.
X1:217 X2:500 Y1:376 Y2:449 Tergasso, Bammon, won't you come in?
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Yes, we have been desiring that. - Finally we go in.
X1:186 X2:531 Y1:376 Y2:449 Won't you make yourselves comfortable?
X1:161 X2:558 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm not sure. How would one go about finding that out?
X1:162 X2:556 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Please, please, be seated. - Fold yourself in the middle.
X1:175 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 Can we get you anything? A drink, perhaps?
X1:224 X2:493 Y1:418 Y2:449 Yes, liquid, please.
X1:121 X2:595 Y1:376 Y2:443 A man who gets right to the point. I like that.
X1:114 X2:606 Y1:418 Y2:443 How about four Scotch and sodas?
X1:111 X2:608 Y1:418 Y2:449 My, that's a lovely dress, Tergasso.
X1:156 X2:561 Y1:418 Y2:449 Yes. Yes, I, too, thought this.
X1:191 X2:528 Y1:418 Y2:443 I almost felt it somehow.
X1:172 X2:545 Y1:418 Y2:443 That is what I told Kro-bar.
X1:247 X2:470 Y1:418 Y2:443 Who's Kro-bar?
X1:116 X2:601 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Is he the designer? - Yes. Yes, Kro-bar is the designer.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:443 Well, you're going to have to tell me where their store is.
X1:213 X2:507 Y1:376 Y2:443 My wife does not like to talk about a store.
X1:166 X2:550 Y1:376 Y2:449 We are just like you, really, I assure you.
X1:161 X2:556 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes, I also appreciate your soft cloth funnel, Betty.
X1:192 X2:526 Y1:418 Y2:449 Four drinks, coming up.
X1:220 X2:497 Y1:376 Y2:443 Here's to one heck of a beautiful cabin.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Tergasso certainly was thirsty. - Who?
X1:111 X2:608 Y1:418 Y2:449 I'll seem suspicious if I come alone.
X1:311 X2:408 Y1:418 Y2:443 I know.
X1:119 X2:599 Y1:376 Y2:449 Those forest animals standing right there have given me an idea.
X1:108 X2:610 Y1:418 Y2:449 I watched the aliens work this thing.
X1:146 X2:572 Y1:376 Y2:443 Maybe if I make myself a date, I won't seem so alone.
X1:195 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:443 I never thought I'd have a date with an animal.
X1:140 X2:579 Y1:418 Y2:449 Relax, my pet. I am your friend.
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:376 Y2:449 More than a friend, I suppose, since I created you.
X1:164 X2:555 Y1:418 Y2:449 But I must give you a name.
X1:207 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 To us, you and I, you shall be Animala.
X1:203 X2:514 Y1:376 Y2:449 I find that name appropriate somehow.
X1:125 X2:596 Y1:376 Y2:449 But to the others, to those inferior to you and I, you shall be...
X1:290 X2:429 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...Pammy.
X1:144 X2:575 Y1:418 Y2:449 So, Bammon, what do you do?
X1:201 X2:518 Y1:376 Y2:443 Do? I can do anything. I have no restrictions.
X1:143 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's the spirit. I'm the same way with science.
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:443 I like my dress so very much. That's what I can do.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:449 This drink is very refreshing. Thank you, Paul and Betty.
X1:264 X2:453 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, not at all.
X1:193 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:449 I have an overwhelming desire to participate...
X1:195 X2:523 Y1:376 Y2:449 the purchasing of many cloth funnels...
X1:181 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...some I can't even spare the expense for.
X1:205 X2:514 Y1:418 Y2:449 Is that so very wrong?
X1:096 X2:621 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, shopping. Yes. No. No, not at all. Shopping isn't wrong at all...
X1:182 X2:537 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...especially for a woman.
X1:180 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sometimes I wish it were. Right, Bammon?
X1:132 X2:587 Y1:418 Y2:447 I wouldn't know about that, Paul.
X1:137 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:447 Shopping can be loads of fun. With a little restraint, of course.
X1:218 X2:500 Y1:418 Y2:449 Gee, thanks, honey.
X1:139 X2:581 Y1:376 Y2:449 Obviously there is much humor in what you say.
X1:182 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:449 In Paul's line of work, he can use a good laugh.
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:376 Y2:443 It can be so deadly boring sometimes.
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:418 Y2:443 Even I admit that.
X1:166 X2:550 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, as long as everything is perfectly normal.
X1:098 X2:620 Y1:418 Y2:449 I certainly am a normal Earth woman.
X1:203 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:449 Isn't that right, my little space comet?
X1:227 X2:490 Y1:418 Y2:449 Stop that! My love.
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:449 My wife sometimes forgets she is not a space alien.
X1:158 X2:558 Y1:376 Y2:449 Won't you please be seated, my dear?
X1:158 X2:558 Y1:376 Y2:449 Won't you please be seated, my dear?
X1:184 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 May I say you look lovely this evening?
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:418 Y2:449 In English, my dear.
X1:181 X2:536 Y1:418 Y2:449 Thank you so very much.
X1:140 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Would you care for a cocktail? - Yes, please.
X1:192 X2:527 Y1:376 Y2:449 No, no, no. Drink like I showed you.
X1:279 X2:439 Y1:418 Y2:449 Tip, tip, tip.
X1:197 X2:519 Y1:418 Y2:449 And again. Tip, tip, tip.
X1:313 X2:404 Y1:418 Y2:443 There.
X1:179 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Very well-done, my dear. - Very well-done, my dear.
X1:141 X2:578 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes, I'm afraid I'm not at liberty to discuss my work...
X1:116 X2:604 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...Bam... Bannon... Bam... Bammon.
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, that is unfortunate, Paul.
X1:196 X2:523 Y1:376 Y2:449 I like work very much. I'm very interested in it.
X1:110 X2:608 Y1:418 Y2:449 That's a very healthy attitude, Bam.
X1:101 X2:617 Y1:418 Y2:449 If more Americans thought like that...
X1:211 X2:506 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...a lot more work would sure get done.
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Do you like to cook, Tergasso? - I...
X1:229 X2:490 Y1:418 Y2:449 I don't really know.
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:376 Y2:447 - I'll get it. This is a day for visitors. - I wouldn't know, Paul.
X1:256 X2:461 Y1:418 Y2:449 Good evening.
X1:116 X2:602 Y1:376 Y2:449 My name is Rudolph Yaber, and this is my wife, Pammy Yaber.
X1:091 X2:627 Y1:376 Y2:449 Our car broke down, and I fear, I'm afraid, we're dreadfully lost, I'm afraid.
X1:182 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Isn't that right, my dear? - Always agree.
X1:125 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:449 Come in. We've plenty of room. You're welcome to stay the night.
X1:166 X2:552 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm Dr. Paul Armstrong and this is Bammon Taylor.
X1:319 X2:399 Y1:418 Y2:443 Hello.
X1:168 X2:550 Y1:418 Y2:449 I couldn't help overhearing.
X1:162 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm Betty Armstrong and this is Tergasso Taylor.
X1:150 X2:569 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Hello. - Won't you join us for dinner?
X1:197 X2:522 Y1:376 Y2:449 My charming wife and I would be delighted.
X1:280 X2:437 Y1:418 Y2:449 Thank you.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 After the eating is done, I must look for the atmosphereum.
X1:206 X2:511 Y1:376 Y2:449 How do we know their eating customs?
X1:102 X2:615 Y1:376 Y2:443 Do exactly as they do, Lattis, and we cannot fail to convince them.
X1:279 X2:439 Y1:418 Y2:449 Tip, tip, tip.
X1:279 X2:439 Y1:418 Y2:449 Tip, tip, tip.
X1:205 X2:513 Y1:376 Y2:449 This meal looks quite delightful, Betty.
X1:178 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, it's just something I threw together, that's all.
X1:207 X2:511 Y1:418 Y2:449 Well, shall we dig in?
X1:203 X2:516 Y1:418 Y2:449 Everyone's so hungry.
X1:154 X2:565 Y1:418 Y2:449 I think somebody ate too fast.
X1:115 X2:603 Y1:376 Y2:449 No. No, my Pammy is very attuned to the ways of nature.
X1:107 X2:610 Y1:418 Y2:449 She must have pretty good hearing.
X1:122 X2:594 Y1:376 Y2:449 Let's go see what it is. Just the men go. You ladies stay here.
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bammon, will you join us?
X1:181 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Unless there's something we should know about.
X1:180 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 No. You know everything. I will go also.
X1:125 X2:594 Y1:418 Y2:449 I hope it's nothing too dangerous.
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:418 Y2:443 Careful. It could be a mutant.
X1:139 X2:578 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sorry, folks, I didn't mean to startle you. I'm Ranger Brad.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 Thank goodness it's only a forest ranger, honey.
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:449 Hi, I'm Dr. Paul Armstrong.
X1:199 X2:520 Y1:376 Y2:449 The meteor specialist? Say, this is an honor.
X1:199 X2:519 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, hello, Dr. Fleming. I see we meet again.
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Dr. Fleming? - Oh, just an old nickname of mine.
X1:159 X2:557 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm really Rudolph Yaber. And this is my wife, Pammy.
X1:170 X2:547 Y1:418 Y2:449 She's lost her purse again.
X1:153 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 We'll find it later, sweetheart. All right?
X1:299 X2:419 Y1:418 Y2:443 Crumbs.
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Please, won't you have a seat? - I don't mind sitting sometimes.
X1:325 X2:394 Y1:418 Y2:443 Now.
X1:142 X2:575 Y1:376 Y2:449 Say, I didn't know anyone was staying at the old Taylor place.
X1:090 X2:627 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes, we are. Oh, and here's the Taylors, right here.
X1:208 X2:508 Y1:376 Y2:449 The Taylors? I recall they were older folks.
X1:172 X2:545 Y1:418 Y2:449 We are a younger version.
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 Say, I didn't know the Taylors had any kids. That's swell.
X1:208 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 I don't wanna frighten you folks...
X1:199 X2:518 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...but a farmer nearby was horribly mutilated.
X1:130 X2:589 Y1:376 Y2:449 I thought I should tell other folks, like yourselves...
X1:090 X2:627 Y1:376 Y2:449 that maybe, just maybe, you wouldn't be horribly mutilated too.
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:376 Y2:447 Well, I've certainly never been horribly mutilated, but I don't wanna start now.
X1:179 X2:538 Y1:376 Y2:449 This certainly throws a damper on the evening.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:418 Y2:449 I didn't mean to throw a damper.
X1:180 X2:538 Y1:376 Y2:449 Believe me, that's the last thing I'd like to throw.
X1:115 X2:603 Y1:376 Y2:443 I don't wanna throw anything at all, but when folks are mutilated...
X1:142 X2:578 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...I feel it's my job to tell others.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:376 Y2:449 We take our horrible mutilations seriously up in these parts.
X1:248 X2:471 Y1:418 Y2:449 I'm sure you do.
X1:092 X2:627 Y1:418 Y2:449 Honey, the ranger's just doing his job.
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:376 Y2:449 Of course he is. I'm sorry, Ranger Brad.
X1:153 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 I guess all this talk of horrible mutilation has me on edge.
X1:146 X2:572 Y1:418 Y2:449 That's all right, Dr. Armstrong.
X1:102 X2:616 Y1:376 Y2:449 This horrible mutilation has a whole lot of people on a whole lot of edges.
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, if there's no more talk for us now, I guess I'll be on my way.
X1:201 X2:518 Y1:418 Y2:449 I'll see you to the door.
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 Tell me, ranger, any idea what might've caused...
X1:186 X2:534 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...this horrible mutilation, as you call it?
X1:101 X2:616 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, probably nothing to worry about. Could be a bear, I suppose.
X1:181 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 Can a bear do that? I mean, horribly mutilate?
X1:248 X2:471 Y1:418 Y2:449 Dr. Armstrong...
X1:185 X2:534 Y1:376 Y2:449 my time, I guess I've seen bears...
X1:170 X2:549 Y1:376 Y2:443 some things that even a bear wouldn't do.
X1:238 X2:479 Y1:418 Y2:449 Well, good night.
X1:147 X2:572 Y1:418 Y2:449 Nice meeting you, Mrs. Yaber.
X1:242 X2:476 Y1:418 Y2:443 Mutilate. Mutant.
X1:296 X2:423 Y1:418 Y2:443 I wonder.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, well.
X1:176 X2:541 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, well. Better get home.
X1:127 X2:593 Y1:376 Y2:449 Say, I must be crazy, walking out in these woods alone at night...
X1:154 X2:565 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...with a horrible mutilation practically around the corner.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, well.
X1:153 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:449 What a night. Glad I don't believe in things.
X1:269 X2:448 Y1:418 Y2:443 What's that?
X1:265 X2:453 Y1:418 Y2:449 This is crazy.
X1:120 X2:597 Y1:418 Y2:449 Things like this just don't happen.
X1:303 X2:417 Y1:418 Y2:443 Noises?
X1:209 X2:510 Y1:418 Y2:443 Noises in the woods?
X1:282 X2:435 Y1:376 Y2:449 Stay away. Stay away!
X1:269 X2:448 Y1:376 Y2:443 What's that? What's that?
X1:306 X2:411 Y1:418 Y2:443 No. No!
X1:283 X2:434 Y1:418 Y2:443 Goodness.
X1:116 X2:603 Y1:376 Y2:443 - What in heaven's name was that? - Sounded like an Earth scream.
X1:165 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's too late. There's nothing you can do for him now.
X1:153 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 I might be just a test-tube-tipping lab jockey...
X1:158 X2:559 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...who's looked at too many shiny rocks for far too long...
X1:093 X2:625 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...but something tells me you know more about this than you're letting on.
X1:168 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:449 No, Paul Armstrong. I know only what my ears tell me.
X1:165 X2:552 Y1:376 Y2:447 - And what my eyes see me. - Now, wait a second.
X1:086 X2:632 Y1:376 Y2:443 Surely you don't believe those legends about the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:418 Y2:449 Surely those are old wives' tales.
X1:147 X2:572 Y1:376 Y2:449 And believe me, I've known plenty of old wives.
X1:094 X2:623 Y1:376 Y2:449 Seriously, Bammon, is that what you're suggesting? A living skeleton?
X1:169 X2:550 Y1:376 Y2:449 Did I say that? Did I say anything about a skeleton?
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:418 Y2:443 No one mentioned a skeleton.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:443 Why, we don't even know about skeletons.
X1:102 X2:617 Y1:376 Y2:449 My husband spoke not of skeletons but of another, more different thing...
X1:096 X2:620 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...which he was speaking of. Which he and I know and you do not.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:443 Animala.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:443 Animala.
X1:223 X2:495 Y1:418 Y2:443 Skeleton. Skeleton.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:443 Animala.
X1:121 X2:599 Y1:418 Y2:449 You must find the atmosphereum.
X1:254 X2:462 Y1:418 Y2:449 Stop it. Stop it!
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:376 Y2:449 What are you doing? She can't help you.
X1:120 X2:596 Y1:418 Y2:449 You must find the atmosphereum.
X1:173 X2:545 Y1:376 Y2:443 Amish terrarium. Must find Amish terrarium.
X1:146 X2:572 Y1:376 Y2:443 I don't understand. Why does she need an Amish terrarium?
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:376 Y2:449 Don't the Amish live in open air, like us?
X1:159 X2:559 Y1:418 Y2:449 Of course, Betty. It's absurd.
X1:130 X2:590 Y1:376 Y2:443 Putting the Amish in glass cases would be inhumane.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 Surely Pammy doesn't realize what she's saying.
X1:173 X2:545 Y1:418 Y2:449 Obey me! Obey me or I'll...
X1:108 X2:608 Y1:418 Y2:449 You fool. You skinny, bony jackass!
X1:132 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:449 Stop it or you'll spoil everything! I will get the...
X1:191 X2:526 Y1:418 Y2:449 Amish terrarium myself.
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:449 I cannot wait so long.
X1:199 X2:518 Y1:376 Y2:449 She. She will help me, the housewifely one.
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:376 Y2:447 Hi, Betty. It's I, the Skeleton.
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:443 Fetch the meteor, Betty. Fetch the meteor.
X1:160 X2:557 Y1:376 Y2:443 The Betty one looks drowsy. Now is the time...
X1:090 X2:628 Y1:376 Y2:449 exert Marvan mind-power on her. - Very well.
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:443 I must go to bed and make some coffee now.
X1:150 X2:570 Y1:376 Y2:443 Darling, what are you saying? I don't think I understand.
X1:180 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 How can you make coffee if you're in bed?
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:376 Y2:449 Bring the meteor to the Skeleton. Bring the meteor to the Skeleton.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Bring the atmosphereum to Kro-bar and Lattis.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Bring the atmosphereum to Kro-bar and Lattis.
X1:123 X2:594 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bring the meteor to the Skeleton.
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bring the meteor to the Skeleton.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Bring the atmosphereum to Kro-bar and Lattis.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Bring the atmosphereum to Kro-bar and Lattis.
X1:128 X2:590 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bring the meteor to the Skeleton.
X1:183 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:443 Bring the atmosphereum to Kro-bar and Lattis.
X1:114 X2:605 Y1:376 Y2:449 I must make the Skeleton meatier using a crowbar covered in lettuce.
X1:152 X2:565 Y1:376 Y2:449 Darling, please, you're not making any sense.
X1:320 X2:399 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty.
X1:172 X2:547 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty, what are you doing?
X1:201 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:449 What I should've done a long time ago, Paul.
X1:199 X2:519 Y1:376 Y2:447 - What are you saying? - Leave her, Paul.
X1:199 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's dangerous to wake a sleepwalker.
X1:132 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sleepwalker? She hasn't even gone to bed yet, Rudolph. Betty.
X1:174 X2:545 Y1:376 Y2:449 Betty, you little fool, where are you bringing that to?
X1:320 X2:399 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty.
X1:319 X2:398 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty!
X1:291 X2:426 Y1:418 Y2:443 Where...?
X1:268 X2:450 Y1:418 Y2:443 Where am I?
X1:237 X2:481 Y1:418 Y2:449 What happened?
X1:133 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's all right, Betty. You were just doing some very stupid things.
X1:163 X2:557 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's all over now. Don't move or try to do anything.
X1:215 X2:502 Y1:418 Y2:449 All right if I breathe?
X1:088 X2:631 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Seriously, Paul. What came over me? - I was hoping you could tell me.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:418 Y2:443 It was...
X1:269 X2:450 Y1:419 Y2:449 strange.
X1:110 X2:606 Y1:376 Y2:443 All I know is I had an overwhelming desire to take the meteor.
X1:253 X2:464 Y1:418 Y2:449 Anything else?
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:418 Y2:449 Just vague things.
X1:299 X2:418 Y1:418 Y2:449 Strange.
X1:175 X2:541 Y1:418 Y2:449 A skull was smiling at me.
X1:209 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:449 And something alien.
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:418 Y2:443 Like another brain...
X1:232 X2:487 Y1:418 Y2:449 my own head.
X1:148 X2:569 Y1:376 Y2:447 That doesn't make any sense. Brains, head...
X1:155 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:449 First of all, skulls don't smile, they're dead.
X1:151 X2:565 Y1:418 Y2:449 And it's more of a grin, really.
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 Believe me, I know. As a scientist, I've looked plenty of skulls...
X1:176 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 the socket in my time. Not a pretty sight.
X1:154 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Oh, Paul, what can it mean? - I don't know.
X1:189 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:449 But as a precaution, I'm putting that meteor...
X1:209 X2:509 Y1:376 Y2:449 a drawer where even you can't find it.
X1:244 X2:474 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Oh, Paul... - I'm sorry, Betty.
X1:105 X2:615 Y1:376 Y2:449 But until you can explain to me what you mean by "brains" and "head"...
X1:166 X2:554 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...even you can't be trusted.
X1:207 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 Not until you're yourself again, kitten.
X1:128 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:449 The only one I want in that pretty little head of yours is me.
X1:152 X2:566 Y1:376 Y2:447 - Oh, Paul. - Now, never mind "Oh, Paul."
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:418 Y2:449 It's gonna be all right. You'll see.
X1:293 X2:425 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, Paul.
X1:196 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:449 Don't think I don't know who you are.
X1:156 X2:560 Y1:376 Y2:443 Pray, do not seek to tell us what we do and do not think.
X1:205 X2:511 Y1:376 Y2:443 You are different from the other humans.
X1:190 X2:528 Y1:418 Y2:449 More disgusting, I think.
X1:141 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:449 If "disgusting" means smart and ambitious on your planet...
X1:138 X2:582 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...I would agree wholeheartedly.
X1:165 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 I would hardly expect aliens such as yourselves...
X1:187 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:449 have a full grasp of the English language.
X1:142 X2:578 Y1:376 Y2:449 Aliens? Us? Is this one of your Earth jokes?
X1:282 X2:437 Y1:418 Y2:443 See? See?
X1:180 X2:537 Y1:376 Y2:449 You should not have said "Earth jokes."
X1:090 X2:629 Y1:418 Y2:449 Don't you see how that gave us away?
X1:197 X2:519 Y1:376 Y2:449 Very well, clever brain, you have found us out.
X1:167 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:443 - What do you intend to do? - Do?
X1:331 X2:388 Y1:418 Y2:443 Do?
X1:223 X2:494 Y1:418 Y2:449 Absolutely nothing.
X1:296 X2:424 Y1:418 Y2:449 Nothing?
X1:140 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:449 It seems we are working to a similar purpose, you and I.
X1:207 X2:509 Y1:418 Y2:449 And that purpose is...
X1:238 X2:481 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...atmosphereum.
X1:265 X2:453 Y1:418 Y2:449 So you know.
X1:130 X2:588 Y1:376 Y2:449 Yes. For, you see, I also need this atmosphereum...
X1:171 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...for my very own reasons.
X1:161 X2:557 Y1:376 Y2:443 Then surely there is enough for both of us.
X1:112 X2:605 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's what I'm thinking. We shall share the atmosphereum.
X1:127 X2:591 Y1:418 Y2:449 If you help us and we help you...
X1:160 X2:556 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why, of course. We'll be helping each other.
X1:196 X2:521 Y1:418 Y2:443 Almost like an alliance.
X1:223 X2:493 Y1:418 Y2:449 You could say that.
X1:206 X2:512 Y1:376 Y2:449 As if we were actually working together.
X1:189 X2:527 Y1:418 Y2:449 Atmosphereum for me...
X1:185 X2:534 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...atmosphereum for you.
X1:143 X2:574 Y1:418 Y2:449 Some for you and some for us.
X1:183 X2:535 Y1:418 Y2:443 Each of us would have it.
X1:162 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 We will "split it," I suppose your Earth slang would say.
X1:164 X2:552 Y1:376 Y2:449 Very good, Tergasso. You learn our ways quickly.
X1:165 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:449 This way, neither of us will lack for atmosphereum.
X1:174 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Of course. - You two catch on quickly.
X1:213 X2:506 Y1:376 Y2:449 I can see I've chosen my partners wisely.
X1:132 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:443 Yes. Yes, we would be partners, wouldn't we?
X1:219 X2:500 Y1:418 Y2:443 Partners who share.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:418 Y2:443 "Partners who share." I like that.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:418 Y2:449 I like the way aliens think.
X1:107 X2:609 Y1:418 Y2:449 You Earth fools are not so lacking...
X1:161 X2:558 Y1:376 Y2:449 the "thinking and then being triumphant" area also.
X1:157 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 Not at all. In fact, I would say you rather excel in it.
X1:168 X2:551 Y1:418 Y2:449 How do we get the meteor?
X1:117 X2:601 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, I see the brainy types are up bright and early this morning.
X1:150 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 They say that's the best time to look at little, glowing rocks.
X1:274 X2:443 Y1:418 Y2:443 What the...?
X1:103 X2:614 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sorry, I must've been really involved in my scientific work for a minute.
X1:138 X2:581 Y1:418 Y2:449 I guess that's what they mean...
X1:095 X2:626 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...when they say scientists have rocks in their heads.
X1:090 X2:627 Y1:376 Y2:449 Thanks to science, we're finally starting to understand atmosphereum.
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:376 Y2:449 Did you know there's enough atmosphereum in one teaspoon...
X1:219 X2:499 Y1:376 Y2:443 go to the moon and back six times?
X1:150 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 Moon, teaspoons. That's all gibberish to me, I'm afraid.
X1:159 X2:559 Y1:376 Y2:443 As long as I don't have to go to the kitchen six times...
X1:137 X2:580 Y1:376 Y2:449 tell you breakfast is ready. - Okay.
X1:102 X2:617 Y1:376 Y2:449 Speaking of early risers, where have our unexpected guests gotten off to?
X1:145 X2:573 Y1:376 Y2:447 - They certainly are odd ducks. - You know, I don't know.
X1:175 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:449 Something about hiking or exploring or something.
X1:297 X2:420 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, well.
X1:141 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:443 Well, just as long as they don't hike too far and fall off a cliff.
X1:202 X2:515 Y1:376 Y2:443 - That would be a hike. - You said it.
X1:159 X2:560 Y1:376 Y2:443 Now, let's see what happens when I add water to it.
X1:120 X2:598 Y1:418 Y2:447 Good, old-fashioned H2O, I call it.
X1:189 X2:530 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, hello, Pammy. I didn't see you come in.
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:449 How come you're not out hiking with the others?
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:447 I don't have answers, Paul.
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:206 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 You've probably seen plenty of woods.
X1:131 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:449 - You seem like the outdoor type. - Always agree.
X1:142 X2:574 Y1:376 Y2:449 You can watch me experiment, if you promise to be quiet.
X1:297 X2:421 Y1:418 Y2:449 Be quiet.
X1:111 X2:605 Y1:418 Y2:449 Well, I don't mean stop breathing...
X1:165 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...but don't exactly do a big dance number, either.
X1:099 X2:622 Y1:376 Y2:449 Now, that's almost exactly the kind of thing I was saying you shouldn't do.
X1:087 X2:631 Y1:376 Y2:449 Seriously, Pammy, I don't know if I can do science with you dancing like that.
X1:273 X2:445 Y1:418 Y2:449 Please stop.
X1:202 X2:516 Y1:418 Y2:449 Quit it, Pammy, quit it.
X1:156 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:443 Don't make me bring my wife in here. She can be a real...
X1:148 X2:569 Y1:418 Y2:443 Animala. Dance with Animala.
X1:227 X2:491 Y1:376 Y2:443 Rock dance. Do the rock dance.
X1:174 X2:543 Y1:376 Y2:443 All right, Mr. Shiny Rocks, breakfast.
X1:319 X2:400 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul?
X1:267 X2:450 Y1:418 Y2:449 That's funny.
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:126 X2:594 Y1:418 Y2:449 Now, where could he have gone?
X1:220 X2:498 Y1:418 Y2:443 Not another meteor.
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:156 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 Rock dance, Pauly, do the rock dance. Oh, yeah.
X1:319 X2:400 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul?
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:324 X2:395 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul.
X1:096 X2:622 Y1:418 Y2:449 Where are you, for goodness' sakes?
X1:143 X2:575 Y1:376 Y2:449 Come, Animala. That's my pet. Is she not special, this one?
X1:220 X2:497 Y1:376 Y2:443 She is truly special, this Earth woman.
X1:192 X2:527 Y1:376 Y2:443 Or should I say animal? It's hard to decide.
X1:177 X2:541 Y1:376 Y2:443 Yes, it is. Since she's made from forest animals.
X1:105 X2:613 Y1:376 Y2:443 She must teach me this dance, but later. Now there is much to be done.
X1:149 X2:568 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's good, Animala, my pet. Stop him right there.
X1:113 X2:605 Y1:418 Y2:449 Now take the box and give it to me.
X1:132 X2:586 Y1:418 Y2:449 Excellent. Let the sharing begin.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:376 Y2:443 - The Mutant! It must have Betty. - No matter.
X1:180 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 There are more important things to settle.
X1:254 X2:464 Y1:418 Y2:447 Now, Skeleton!
X1:203 X2:515 Y1:376 Y2:443 Freeze where you are, Lattis and Kro-bar.
X1:116 X2:602 Y1:376 Y2:449 Not moving very fast now, are you, my interplanetary friends?
X1:121 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 - So this is your idea of sharing. - It's not like Marvan sharing at all.
X1:163 X2:555 Y1:418 Y2:449 This must be Earth sharing.
X1:127 X2:589 Y1:376 Y2:449 You'll find much of Earth sharing works this way.
X1:194 X2:524 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's really more like I'm sharing with myself.
X1:188 X2:531 Y1:376 Y2:449 If I could only reach you, we'd share pain.
X1:108 X2:610 Y1:376 Y2:449 Sorry, I'd love to stay, but I have a skeleton to bring to life.
X1:229 X2:489 Y1:418 Y2:443 That would be me.
X1:085 X2:631 Y1:418 Y2:449 And I cannot spare the atmosphereum.
X1:292 X2:425 Y1:418 Y2:443 Animala?
X1:133 X2:583 Y1:418 Y2:447 Animala, come. Come, Animala.
X1:211 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:449 What are you doing?
X1:132 X2:587 Y1:376 Y2:443 Anyone get the number of the rocket that clobbered me?
X1:215 X2:502 Y1:418 Y2:449 Speaking of rockets!
X1:285 X2:432 Y1:418 Y2:449 Holy moly!
X1:099 X2:619 Y1:376 Y2:449 There's no time to explain now, Paul. The Mutant has Betty.
X1:142 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:443 Please, get these ropes off me. Take them off now!
X1:215 X2:503 Y1:376 Y2:449 - There are no ropes. - My wife panics.
X1:188 X2:530 Y1:418 Y2:449 These ropes are mental.
X1:115 X2:603 Y1:418 Y2:449 I think it's a skeleton or something.
X1:157 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 That's crazy. Skeletons can't mentally hold anyone.
X1:276 X2:442 Y1:418 Y2:449 I sleep now.
X1:201 X2:516 Y1:418 Y2:449 Gee, I guess they can.
X1:093 X2:625 Y1:376 Y2:449 Would someone mind telling me what the heck's going on around here?
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:376 Y2:443 The Mutant's got Betty. We're aliens.
X1:173 X2:544 Y1:376 Y2:443 Slow down. I'm a scientist, and that was still fast.
X1:147 X2:570 Y1:376 Y2:449 We had a mutant. It got loose. It has Betty.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:449 Hey, one at a time. I'm gonna get whiplash here.
X1:195 X2:526 Y1:376 Y2:449 Now, suppose you start at the beginning...
X1:157 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and tell me what happened before I get a headache.
X1:144 X2:572 Y1:376 Y2:443 We are from the planet Marva. We crashed here.
X1:113 X2:607 Y1:376 Y2:443 Planet? Marva? You're gonna have to do a lot better than that...
X1:207 X2:513 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...if you want my help.
X1:095 X2:623 Y1:376 Y2:443 Just suppose you take a deep breath, relax and tell me all about it.
X1:116 X2:602 Y1:418 Y2:449 The universe is a very large place.
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:449 Soon, very soon, we'll be...
X1:162 X2:558 Y1:418 Y2:449 Cadavra Cave, my love.
X1:247 X2:470 Y1:418 Y2:449 Then you'll see.
X1:166 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:443 Your eyes will behold the wonder of the Skeleton.
X1:293 X2:424 Y1:418 Y2:443 Skeleton.
X1:133 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:449 And so you can well understand the need for urgency.
X1:157 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:449 I certainly can. No wonder you were excited.
X1:214 X2:505 Y1:376 Y2:443 But there's one thing I don't understand...
X1:180 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...and that's why you tried to take the meteor.
X1:183 X2:534 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm certain there's enough atmosphereum...
X1:096 X2:622 Y1:376 Y2:449 power your ship and still have enough left for me to do science with.
X1:163 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 You mean you would share the atmosphereum with us?
X1:118 X2:600 Y1:376 Y2:443 Kro-bar. This water on my cheeks. I have never felt it before.
X1:122 X2:597 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, what a strange and wondrous thing it is, surely.
X1:163 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 I, too, am feeling this new sensation of Earth weeping.
X1:135 X2:583 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Something very alien to Marva. - Oh, yes.
X1:136 X2:580 Y1:418 Y2:449 We gave up weeping eons ago.
X1:107 X2:611 Y1:376 Y2:449 Kro-bar, maybe this is one advance even science couldn't make for you.
X1:092 X2:626 Y1:418 Y2:449 The advance of emotional expression.
X1:176 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:449 Though it isn't considered very manly.
X1:192 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:449 There'll be time enough for weeping later.
X1:187 X2:532 Y1:418 Y2:449 Right now your mate is...
X1:319 X2:398 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty!
X1:147 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:449 Skeleton? Hello, my Skeleton.
X1:154 X2:564 Y1:376 Y2:449 I brought you back a present. It's a rock. It glows.
X1:249 X2:470 Y1:418 Y2:447 Hello, Skeleton.
X1:174 X2:546 Y1:376 Y2:443 Who wakes the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra?
X1:160 X2:558 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, it's you. The stupid one.
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:443 Oh, you'll like me better now. A whole lot better.
X1:165 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:443 Shut up. Stop that giggling. It makes me uncomfortable.
X1:131 X2:585 Y1:376 Y2:447 We have much work to be done. Hello, Animala.
X1:193 X2:524 Y1:418 Y2:449 What happened to me?
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty. Betty, it's all right now.
X1:114 X2:604 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's... It's me, Paul. Dr. Paul Armstrong, your husband.
X1:293 X2:425 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, Paul.
X1:149 X2:569 Y1:376 Y2:449 There, there. It's all right now. You're among friends now.
X1:265 X2:451 Y1:418 Y2:443 Alien friends.
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:418 Y2:443 Aliens?
X1:199 X2:520 Y1:376 Y2:449 - My God! Where am I? - It's all right, Betty.
X1:107 X2:611 Y1:376 Y2:449 - You're just in a spaceship now. - Yes, Betty, it's just like your house.
X1:147 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:449 Only, it travels through space.
X1:115 X2:602 Y1:376 Y2:449 Please, Betty, try and remember what happened. I know it's painful.
X1:226 X2:492 Y1:418 Y2:447 Oh, it was horrible.
X1:299 X2:419 Y1:418 Y2:443 Horrible.
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 Betty. Betty, it's all right now. Calm yourself.
X1:132 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:443 Please, Mrs. Armstrong, there are delicate instruments aboard.
X1:247 X2:471 Y1:418 Y2:443 L... I remember...
X1:184 X2:536 Y1:418 Y2:443 came out of nowhere.
X1:220 X2:499 Y1:418 Y2:449 It was huge. It had...
X1:260 X2:459 Y1:418 Y2:449 It was so ugly.
X1:169 X2:548 Y1:376 Y2:449 I must've fainted, and the next thing I know...
X1:215 X2:505 Y1:418 Y2:449 was carrying me.
X1:234 X2:484 Y1:418 Y2:443 Like I was a child.
X1:263 X2:453 Y1:418 Y2:443 A small child.
X1:209 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:443 And it looked at me...
X1:234 X2:485 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...with those eyes, those ugly eyes...
X1:135 X2:584 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...and they looked deep into me.
X1:112 X2:607 Y1:418 Y2:449 Deeper than any human ever has...
X1:114 X2:603 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...with a kind of understanding that frightened me to my very soul.
X1:164 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 Gosh, Betty. Almost sounds like you like the Mutant.
X1:256 X2:464 Y1:418 Y2:443 Like a mutant?
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:418 Y2:449 Can anyone like a mutant?
X1:195 X2:523 Y1:376 Y2:449 - I wonder. - The Mutant is strange.
X1:127 X2:590 Y1:418 Y2:449 We keep it merely as a pet to us.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:418 Y2:449 I have never looked in its eyes.
X1:278 X2:440 Y1:376 Y2:443 - Have you? - No.
X1:155 X2:565 Y1:376 Y2:449 Paul, what happened to you? I went looking.
X1:272 X2:447 Y1:418 Y2:443 I don't know.
X1:210 X2:506 Y1:418 Y2:443 All I remember was...
X1:255 X2:465 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...Pammy... No.
X1:190 X2:527 Y1:418 Y2:449 She was really Animala.
X1:263 X2:455 Y1:418 Y2:443 Part woman...
X1:118 X2:602 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...part four different forest animals.
X1:189 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:447 And she can dance. Oh, how she can dance.
X1:152 X2:566 Y1:376 Y2:443 Like I've never seen a woman dance before.
X1:156 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:449 Well, we've certainly had quite a morning, haven't we?
X1:227 X2:490 Y1:418 Y2:449 We certainly have.
X1:281 X2:438 Y1:418 Y2:443 Do it. Do it.
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 Interesting, Paul. So you would be a meteorologist?
X1:147 X2:571 Y1:418 Y2:447 No, Kro-bar, believe it or not...
X1:131 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...a meteorologist is actually another name for a weatherman.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:449 I study meteors, so I'm actually a meteographer.
X1:142 X2:575 Y1:418 Y2:449 A lot of people don't know that.
X1:189 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:449 Are you enjoying the cranberroids, Betty?
X1:246 X2:470 Y1:418 Y2:447 You know, I am.
X1:138 X2:581 Y1:376 Y2:449 And I can't get over how similar they are to something we have.
X1:140 X2:577 Y1:418 Y2:449 Only, we call them cranberries.
X1:271 X2:446 Y1:418 Y2:443 Cranberries.
X1:105 X2:612 Y1:376 Y2:447 Yes. It is interesting, the differences and similarities we have, is it not?
X1:114 X2:602 Y1:418 Y2:449 Why, on our home planet, Marva...
X1:170 X2:548 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...we have a custom of actually eating outside...
X1:198 X2:523 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...if weather is pleasant and acceptable.
X1:223 X2:493 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why, we have that. We call it a picnic.
X1:189 X2:528 Y1:376 Y2:449 "Picnic." How delightful. We call it cooty-lana.
X1:152 X2:567 Y1:418 Y2:449 Cooty-lana. That's fun to say.
X1:204 X2:516 Y1:376 Y2:449 Many things on Marva are fun to say, Paul.
X1:156 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:449 This space wine is delicious. Heavenly bouquet.
X1:168 X2:552 Y1:376 Y2:449 Is it like our Earth wine? Made out of grapes, Lattis?
X1:150 X2:568 Y1:418 Y2:449 Grapes? Oh, surely no, Betty.
X1:132 X2:585 Y1:376 Y2:449 Grapes on Marva are far too sacred to step on, on Marva.
X1:125 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:443 We make our wine from cherries, which we call linbooba.
X1:162 X2:555 Y1:418 Y2:449 Cherry wine, what a delight.
X1:097 X2:622 Y1:376 Y2:449 And do your people love to get intoxicated, as our people love to do?
X1:108 X2:613 Y1:376 Y2:449 No, Betty, we gave up getting drunk eons of your years ago.
X1:204 X2:513 Y1:376 Y2:449 You know, this talking that we're doing...
X1:120 X2:602 Y1:376 Y2:449 very helpful in getting to know your people and mine.
X1:105 X2:612 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why, as we observed you from afar, we thought of you...
X1:153 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:449 little more than pleasant, entertaining monkeys.
X1:239 X2:479 Y1:418 Y2:449 So dirty and foul.
X1:174 X2:543 Y1:418 Y2:449 You have taught us a lot...
X1:162 X2:557 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...Paul and Betty Armstrong.
X1:274 X2:442 Y1:418 Y2:449 And you us.
X1:175 X2:541 Y1:376 Y2:449 There is one more thing we would be taught now...
X1:175 X2:541 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and that's how to get the atmosphereum back...
X1:117 X2:603 Y1:418 Y2:449 that my planet might benefit...
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and your ship might return you home.
X1:137 X2:581 Y1:418 Y2:449 You have a device, do you not?
X1:151 X2:567 Y1:418 Y2:449 A detector of atmosphereum?
X1:156 X2:561 Y1:376 Y2:443 The atmosphereum detector, of course.
X1:147 X2:569 Y1:418 Y2:449 And unless I miss my guess...
X1:208 X2:512 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...Kro-bar, alien being of the planet Marva...
X1:129 X2:592 Y1:376 Y2:449 about to suggest that we use that very device...
X1:179 X2:538 Y1:376 Y2:449 track the meteor that Rudolph Yaber stole.
X1:215 X2:501 Y1:418 Y2:447 Well, I didn't know...
X1:166 X2:555 Y1:376 Y2:449 were all mind readers on the planet Earth.
X1:127 X2:593 Y1:376 Y2:443 Remember, we may come across the Mutant.
X1:139 X2:579 Y1:376 Y2:449 As I told you, it is also rich in atmosphereum.
X1:202 X2:515 Y1:376 Y2:443 I know. I'm hoping the radiation we find...
X1:149 X2:571 Y1:376 Y2:443 on something not moving. Like a rock.
X1:270 X2:446 Y1:418 Y2:447 Yes, indeed.
X1:153 X2:565 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Lattis, I just have to ask you. - Yes, Betty?
X1:204 X2:512 Y1:376 Y2:449 After meals on Marva, who cleans up?
X1:183 X2:536 Y1:376 Y2:449 - The men or the women? - Cleans up?
X1:183 X2:533 Y1:376 Y2:449 Why, Betty, on Marva, there is no cleaning up...
X1:133 X2:587 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...because there's never a mess.
X1:141 X2:575 Y1:418 Y2:449 We gave up messes eons ago.
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:443 Think of it. A world without messes.
X1:202 X2:516 Y1:376 Y2:449 No ground-in dirt. No ugly grease stains.
X1:183 X2:534 Y1:376 Y2:443 No burned pans or hard-to-reach corners.
X1:184 X2:535 Y1:376 Y2:449 Lattis, Marva sounds like such a wonderful place.
X1:126 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:449 Excellent. You have done well, my pigeons.
X1:141 X2:575 Y1:376 Y2:449 Already, I feel the life returning to my tired and aching bones.
X1:202 X2:517 Y1:418 Y2:449 I can feel it. I'm sitting.
X1:265 X2:453 Y1:418 Y2:449 I'm sitting up.
X1:137 X2:581 Y1:376 Y2:449 Do you know how long it's been since I sat up?
X1:176 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Pigeons. - I am yours to command...
X1:149 X2:570 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...O Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.
X1:273 X2:444 Y1:418 Y2:443 I have risen!
X1:272 X2:446 Y1:418 Y2:449 Something...
X1:211 X2:506 Y1:418 Y2:449 Something's coming.
X1:223 X2:494 Y1:376 Y2:447 - The Mutant! - Fire. Fire, Kro-bar.
X1:214 X2:503 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Make it harmless. - Something's wrong.
X1:215 X2:503 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's jammed. I think dirt got into it.
X1:223 X2:494 Y1:418 Y2:447 No, Paul! No! Paul!
X1:306 X2:412 Y1:418 Y2:443 No! No!
X1:282 X2:436 Y1:418 Y2:443 Paul! Paul!
X1:124 X2:594 Y1:418 Y2:449 I wonder why it changed its mind.
X1:138 X2:580 Y1:376 Y2:449 Oh, well. Paul! Paul, you crazy, stupid, wonderful man...
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...why did you do it? - L...
X1:227 X2:492 Y1:418 Y2:449 I don't know, Betty.
X1:178 X2:541 Y1:418 Y2:443 I should stick to science...
X1:123 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...and leave battling alien mutants to the experts.
X1:122 X2:596 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'm sorry about the transmutatron, my Earth friend.
X1:122 X2:596 Y1:376 Y2:449 I'll take a look at it and see if I can fix it in the shop...
X1:203 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:443 that another of us doesn't almost die.
X1:110 X2:606 Y1:376 Y2:443 You two better go back to the cabin so Paul can rest.
X1:141 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:449 I have a bottle of transmutatron cleaner in the ship.
X1:266 X2:452 Y1:418 Y2:447 Come, Lattis.
X1:294 X2:425 Y1:418 Y2:443 Kro-bar...
X1:273 X2:446 Y1:418 Y2:443 careful.
X1:149 X2:571 Y1:418 Y2:447 I'm an alien, Paul, remember?
X1:269 X2:449 Y1:418 Y2:449 Look at it go.
X1:240 X2:477 Y1:418 Y2:443 What a skeleton.
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:418 Y2:449 Paul, please try and rest...
X1:145 X2:577 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...that scientific mind and body for once.
X1:200 X2:518 Y1:418 Y2:443 Rest? How can I rest...
X1:118 X2:601 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...when the two best alien friends a guy ever had may be in danger?
X1:210 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:443 Paul, those two came over 1000 miles.
X1:155 X2:562 Y1:376 Y2:449 They can take care of a little problem like a mutant.
X1:109 X2:609 Y1:418 Y2:449 Nothing's going to happen to Lattis.
X1:177 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:449 She promised to show me some space recipes.
X1:125 X2:592 Y1:418 Y2:449 Oh, that reminds me. My tapioca.
X1:176 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 What orders do you have, my bony wonder?
X1:299 X2:418 Y1:418 Y2:449 Shut up.
X1:290 X2:427 Y1:418 Y2:449 Very well.
X1:284 X2:434 Y1:418 Y2:443 Follow me.
X1:126 X2:591 Y1:418 Y2:443 Climb down these rocks like I do.
X1:119 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:449 Paul, you're not well enough. You hardly touched your pudding.
X1:112 X2:605 Y1:376 Y2:449 If I'm wrong, I'll buy you enough pudding to go to the moon.
X1:178 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:449 I sense Lattis and Kro-bar are in great danger.
X1:142 X2:576 Y1:418 Y2:449 Say hello to your new master...
X1:255 X2:464 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...the Skeleton.
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:376 Y2:449 It may be dangerous. Don't tag along.
X1:237 X2:482 Y1:418 Y2:449 I'm tagging, Paul.
X1:112 X2:606 Y1:376 Y2:443 - I can't stop a woman from tagging. - No one ever has.
X1:313 X2:406 Y1:418 Y2:443 Listen.
X1:250 X2:468 Y1:418 Y2:449 It isn't possible.
X1:255 X2:462 Y1:418 Y2:443 Dance. Dance!
X1:152 X2:565 Y1:418 Y2:443 You can't make aliens dance.
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:418 Y2:449 This is just wrong.
X1:165 X2:552 Y1:376 Y2:449 You don't know what you're tampering with.
X1:150 X2:567 Y1:376 Y2:443 And you don't know the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.
X1:210 X2:508 Y1:418 Y2:449 But you will. You will.
X1:301 X2:418 Y1:418 Y2:449 Enough.
X1:260 X2:457 Y1:418 Y2:449 Yes, my skull.
X1:196 X2:522 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bring the female to me.
X1:212 X2:507 Y1:418 Y2:443 It's horrible. Horrible.
X1:131 X2:588 Y1:418 Y2:449 I can't watch this... This dancing.
X1:180 X2:536 Y1:418 Y2:443 And I cannot not watch it.
X1:142 X2:577 Y1:418 Y2:449 May God have mercy on us all.
X1:182 X2:534 Y1:418 Y2:443 You! You shall become...
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...the bride of the Lost Skeleton!
X1:335 X2:382 Y1:418 Y2:443 No!
X1:315 X2:402 Y1:418 Y2:443 Fiend!
X1:249 X2:469 Y1:418 Y2:443 What was that?
X1:189 X2:529 Y1:418 Y2:449 Let the dancing resume.
X1:281 X2:435 Y1:418 Y2:443 You swine!
X1:278 X2:439 Y1:418 Y2:449 So anyway.
X1:165 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 After Kro-bar is dead, Lattis will be free to marry...
X1:149 X2:571 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...the king of cartilage himself.
X1:232 X2:488 Y1:418 Y2:449 Betty, I've got an...
X1:249 X2:470 Y1:418 Y2:449 I've got an idea.
X1:168 X2:553 Y1:376 Y2:443 It means finding the Mutant with the transmutatron.
X1:180 X2:539 Y1:376 Y2:449 But it also means danger. Real danger, kitten.
X1:244 X2:474 Y1:376 Y2:449 Are you game? I can't force you.
X1:313 X2:404 Y1:418 Y2:443 Well...
X1:134 X2:586 Y1:418 Y2:443 ...if I wanted to have a safe life...
X1:136 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...I wouldn't have married a man who studies rocks.
X1:129 X2:587 Y1:418 Y2:449 And you know, the way I figure...
X1:175 X2:544 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...if it will stop my new alien best friend...
X1:167 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...from being a widow and married to a skeleton...
X1:194 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:443 ...well, just count me in, Mr. Scientist.
X1:182 X2:536 Y1:418 Y2:449 That's my little meteorite.
X1:291 X2:426 Y1:418 Y2:443 Come on.
X1:169 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:443 I guess we both have rocks in our heads.
X1:215 X2:504 Y1:418 Y2:449 I think he's sleeping.
X1:152 X2:568 Y1:418 Y2:449 How can you tell that, Roger?
X1:272 X2:447 Y1:418 Y2:443 I don't know.
X1:328 X2:391 Y1:418 Y2:449 Hey.
X1:253 X2:467 Y1:418 Y2:449 Hey, Skeleton?
X1:289 X2:430 Y1:418 Y2:443 Skeleton?
X1:267 X2:450 Y1:376 Y2:449 Stop it. Stop it, I say!
X1:155 X2:563 Y1:418 Y2:449 If he wakes, it'll be your fault.
X1:179 X2:540 Y1:376 Y2:449 But it'll be you he yells at. It's always you.
X1:211 X2:508 Y1:418 Y2:449 He hates you, Roger.
X1:125 X2:591 Y1:376 Y2:449 All right, Animala, just go see to the wedding plans.
X1:174 X2:542 Y1:376 Y2:443 Prepare the alien to be the Skeleton's bride.
X1:230 X2:488 Y1:376 Y2:443 - How do I do that? - Just do it!
X1:193 X2:525 Y1:376 Y2:443 Once this starts ticking, we're in business.
X1:190 X2:527 Y1:376 Y2:449 - That's where I come in. - It's your show then.
X1:131 X2:586 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Hopefully I'll get a curtain call. - I hope you're around to enjoy it.
X1:133 X2:585 Y1:418 Y2:449 Let the Skeleton wedding begin.
X1:124 X2:595 Y1:418 Y2:447 Behold, the skeletal bride herself.
X1:206 X2:510 Y1:376 Y2:449 The alien himself will present the bride.
X1:188 X2:529 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Such irony. - No, you can't make me.
X1:186 X2:532 Y1:418 Y2:449 I won't present the bride.
X1:186 X2:532 Y1:418 Y2:449 I won't present the bride.
X1:180 X2:537 Y1:418 Y2:449 You will, and you'll like it.
X1:173 X2:546 Y1:418 Y2:443 I won't like it. I won't like it.
X1:269 X2:450 Y1:418 Y2:443 I won't like it.
X1:135 X2:582 Y1:376 Y2:449 Mind if I crash? Sorry if I'm not on the guest list.
X1:288 X2:430 Y1:418 Y2:443 Seize her.
X1:295 X2:423 Y1:418 Y2:443 Hold her!
X1:140 X2:578 Y1:376 Y2:449 It's a day for wedding crashers. I never got an invitation!
X1:162 X2:554 Y1:376 Y2:449 You two shall pay dearly for ruining my special day...
X1:242 X2:477 Y1:418 Y2:449 ...with your lives!
X1:186 X2:532 Y1:376 Y2:443 Master, my bony master, what shall we do?
X1:233 X2:485 Y1:376 Y2:447 Skeleton? Lost Skeleton, no!
X1:219 X2:499 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Why me? - I always hated you.
X1:242 X2:475 Y1:376 Y2:449 Stupid Skeleton. Stupid Skeleton!
X1:187 X2:530 Y1:418 Y2:449 You cannot strangle me.
X1:154 X2:563 Y1:376 Y2:443 How can you strangle that which does not breathe?
X1:208 X2:509 Y1:418 Y2:449 I hate you. I hate you!
X1:285 X2:433 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bony idiot.
X1:166 X2:551 Y1:376 Y2:449 Foolish Mutant, you have spoiled my plans.
X1:226 X2:493 Y1:418 Y2:449 Now you must pay.
X1:208 X2:510 Y1:418 Y2:443 No. No. I cannot lose.
X1:234 X2:484 Y1:376 Y2:449 I cannot. Obey me, Mutant.
X1:185 X2:533 Y1:376 Y2:447 - Obey the Lost Skeleton. - He cannot, Skeleton.
X1:112 X2:606 Y1:418 Y2:449 Mutants are basically dumb brutes.
X1:100 X2:617 Y1:418 Y2:449 They don't have the mental capacity.
X1:231 X2:488 Y1:418 Y2:443 I will... I will return.
X1:307 X2:412 Y1:418 Y2:443 No. No.
X1:335 X2:382 Y1:418 Y2:443 No!
X1:228 X2:490 Y1:418 Y2:449 It's strange, Paul...
X1:215 X2:505 Y1:418 Y2:449 very strange. L...
X1:136 X2:583 Y1:418 Y2:443 I don't think it ever meant to kill.
X1:189 X2:530 Y1:418 Y2:449 It just didn't know not to.
X1:121 X2:598 Y1:376 Y2:443 Look, Kro-bar's changing Animala back into four animals.
X1:214 X2:503 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Goodbye. - Bye, forest animals.
X1:258 X2:459 Y1:376 Y2:449 - Bye, animals. - Bye.
X1:265 X2:454 Y1:418 Y2:449 Bye, animals.
X1:104 X2:612 Y1:418 Y2:449 A part of me is gonna miss Animala.
X1:135 X2:584 Y1:376 Y2:449 Not the part that's coming home with me, I hope.
X1:144 X2:576 Y1:376 Y2:443 Kro-bar, will you come with me and remove our meteor...
X1:207 X2:511 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...from the Skeleton? - Gladly, Paul.
X1:143 X2:573 Y1:376 Y2:449 You know, it's funny, but when the kind of understanding...
X1:174 X2:544 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...that you and I have over a little piece of rock...
X1:114 X2:605 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...spreads throughout the universe, then and only then...
X1:093 X2:625 Y1:376 Y2:449 ...will there be understanding amongst all peoples, alien and alike...
X1:203 X2:517 Y1:376 Y2:443 all kinds of places at the same time.
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