Attention, maintenance and safety crews: you are fired. Before leaving, please make your workplace as unsafe as possible. With any luck, the trespasser will fall to his death... or be burned alive by flame jets... or crushed by giant pistons. Thank you for your understanding.
Not even a guard rail. I bet the Broker's agents love patrolling the hull. Liara:
At least the view is nice.
Why is so much of our science dangerous? I say why not marry
safe science if you love it so much? In fact, why not invent a special safety door that won't hit you in the butt on the way out because you are fired!
Unlike other teams, the Bills don't simply hurt you emotionally. You really do get maimed or killed if you enter the stadium. They should have a yellow warning sign in the concourse that says DANGER: FALLING DRUNK PEOPLE.
Remember in the wonderful Star Trek
parody Galaxy Quest
when Jason and Gwen are exploring the ship and they come across a massive set of chomper
s in the heart of the craft that serve absolutely no purpose whatsoever but to create some false jeopardy? Doctor Who
has flirted with the idea before (the giant fans in The End of World
might have served a purpose…but boy they were ridicuously giant!) but never quite as obviously as the flagpoles that come shooting out of the wall in this story for no sensible purpose. Things were getting a little slow so it feels like they are there to toss another obstacle in the way, albeit one that has been given no thought as to its purpose.
The epic steel factory fight is filled with deadly stunts. Jackie is attacked by glowing red-hot steel poles. Giant metal barrels are dropped centimeters from his dong, which may be confusing since that means 'Smith' in China. And then Jackie gets kicked onto a holy-shit-real pit of hot coals... Luckily, safety rails are for capitalists, so he only had to make a 10-inch jump to get to non-flaming land.
My vats of hazardous chemicals will be covered when not in use. Also, I will not construct walkways above them.
: So anyway, I says "Forget the dental plan, forget sick leave, I just want a railing! You know? One railing! Right here!" Imperial #2
: I know. I've almost fallen over that thing so many times.
We seem to be losing pressure on Level 17. Please hold your breath against the harsh vacuum of space until you pass out from oxygen starvation. After that, you won't care. Enjoy the ride!
Sir Giant Pink Lizard, you're under arrest! As the owner of this boss-level castle, it's your obligation to make sure all platforms are fully accessible to disabled people!
— You Only Live Once
: The first one is on a geth ship while the second is inside a lab in the middle of a lava river... Shepard
: You built a lab in the middle of a lava river? Dr. Archer
: We thought, "what could possibly go wrong"?
David's entire plan hinged on Craig not, y'know, just turning the lights on, or noticing there's no water in the pool
, or just going home.
—Actually, it hinged on David just happening
to notice this note hanging on a bulletin board. This one, tiny, half-page, folded
note from the janitor saying that the pool would be "closed". Not DRAINED
And the not wasn't for the entire school, by the way; it was addressed only
to Craig, because FUCK the other students!
They can go jump in an empty pool like fucking lemmings as far as the janitor is concerned. But what are the odds that Craig would've actually seen this? It was folded in half, and I'm sorry, but Craig doesn't exactly seem like the bulletin board-checking type.
Shouldn't the janitor have left this on the doors of the actual pool area where everyone going in could see it and not
die? Can you even call this a "murder"?
This might be the first time in Star Wars
that we've seen a railing. Mike:
Although Carrie Fisher
did lots of rails. (rimshot)
Obi-Wan seeks Yoda's help in finding Kamino 'cause it ain't in the records. He interrupts Yoda teachin' a class... it's like a crowded public school or somethin'. All the kids are wearing these stupid helmets and deflecting lasers shot at them by from a ball that Luke used in the original Star Wars
... But, like, they could easily cut one another
, right? Why aren't you doing this in a really large gym where everyone can spread out? And aren't they a little young to be handling lightsabers
? I mean, look how clumsy the kids are holding them, when Yoda's standing like two feet away!
Ah, a radioactive spill. Part of me wants to believe we're not this
criminally incompetent, but I know better.