Also, in a similar vein as the Star Trek parody, a laundry list of crimes gets read to a rather irate looking Yoda, not to mention a rather unhappy looking Martian after a foiled invasion.
Judge: No, you cannot sue them for the destruction of your galactic fleet...
Martian: AAck aack Aack AK-Ak?
Judge: No, not even though they used Slim Whitman in retaliation.
Dweebly, a former member of the Fedork Federation's Starfleet, tears into another nation's shuttle designs, noting that not even the Fedorks, whose ship designs are catastrophically bad to the point of requiring the aid of an omniscient trans-dimensional entity just to stay at the barest levels of functionality, would barely consider them flight-worthy, much less space-worthy...followed by his major Oh Crap when he realizes the schematics he's been given to look at aren't a joke.
The primary reason for this is due to the fact that there are no backups or redundant systems whatsoever. Standard engineering design is, as he puts it, "A pair and a spare", minimum, just in case something does go wrong. Dweebly describes the shuttle as being centimeters from disaster even in ideal operating conditions. Even the slightest error or damage would put the pilot, their cargo, and any potential passengers at risk. A former member of a society that travels by using unstable antimatter reactors for propulsion for their vessels considers a vehicle like this suicidally dangerous to fly in.