Quotes: Fauxlosophic Narration

"Flag on the moon. How did it get there?"

"The Earth is large..."

Shatner reaches a zenith of warped genius when he postulates that when on the mountain, the climber wants to ďEnvelop it within his body; he wants to make love to it.Ē... he goes back into whatever twilight zone he seems to have a part time residence in, ending things with a long winded, full of himself speech about... Hell, Iím a college graduate with a pretty damn respectable IQ, and even I donít have the first damn clue what heís blathering on about. Iím sure after you take a few hits off a joint itís some pretty deep shit.

Future events such as these will affect you...in the future.

"Mohinder needs to do a thing where he doesn't treat me to rambling stoner quasi-philosophy voice-overs at the beginning of every episode because it makes me dislike him as a person."

"Consider; can the universe be justifiably called infinite? Doubtful. It may not have a discernible end, but it had a beginning, and its component parts definitely have a limited cosmological shelf-life. Splitting hairs or not, if history tells us anything, it's that scientists often make very poor poets. We're all just a ship of fools chasing phantoms, heedless of what really underwrites natural law."
Okabe Rintaro, Steins;Gate