Quotes: Recycled IN SPACE!
"The people need us, Machete. This is a new Network. It's all...galactic and shit."
—Luz, Machete Kills Again... In Space!
It'll be fabulous. Believe me, Jerry. It's Grapes of Wrath
in outer space. It's got heart, it's got laser battles....! It's got a timely message of interstellar poverty.
— "Life of the Party", Angel
: Space. Trial. Puttin' the system on trial. In space. Space system. On trial. Guilty. Of not being in space! Going to space jail!
But why are they in space? There's no reason for them to be in space! Strong Bad:
On the contrary, my dear Fatson; there's every reason
for them to be in space!
: Oh no! Space pirates! Fry
: Space pirates? Leela
: You know, pirates. But IN SPACE!
: But here
! These are from this planet
! They're space flowers
Jean: They're tulips.
He wasn’t alone in pitching an SF series—not by a long shot. There was also an ‘I see this as Howards’ Way—but in space!’, an ‘Imagine the kids from Fame—but in space!’ and then an ‘It’s like The Money Programme—but in space!’ Mervyn couldn’t imagine how that one would have worked. He’d even heard of one old and rather baffled producer who went into a meeting with the words: ‘Think Star Trek—but in space!’
— Nev Fountain, Geek Tragedy
"Y'know, some people say that when we crash-land on these various planets, we use them as springboards to steal the plot of famous movies!"
"Ridiculous! Now, which one of these planets do you want to crash-land on this week: The Planet Of The Apes? The Bounty? The Dirty Dozen? The Towering Inferno? The Poseidon?"
, "CattleCar Galaxica"
"Sure, he helped patrol the sector during the Moon Years, but chasing crooks down the Corridors of Time is
just too damn much work, and if you try to pull that 'it canít be overtime if itís in the past' crap, you are definitely gonna hear from his union rep."
"If it seems like I can't take
CoD seriously, it's because I bloody well can't. How did we get from WWII shooters to the sci-fi future again? 'Cause this is exactly what happened to the
Jason films. Next it'll be
Call of Duty vs. Pinhead or something."
Mike: Michael Meyers already went to space, didn't he?
Rich: Why is it that all of the horror movies go into space when they're really desperate?
That's exactly why: because they're desperate.
"Martha Moran and producer/director Larry Houston start things off with a giant red whale flying through space, and no, you did not just hallucinate that sentence. This, for the record, is going to be the first of many weird little tangential connections that this story has to the story in
Uncanny X-Men #164 Ė 166, where the X-Men go out into space, chill with some space whales, fight the Brood, and almost get killed by aliens...It is not what I would call the Montís finest hour, but at the same time, it kind of is everything you need to know about that run in one convenient package."
—Chris Sims on X-Men
("Love in Vain")
"Then the bottom drops out. We finally learn the secret of the immortals. Turns out they're all aliens from planet called Zeist, exiled to live on Earth for all eternity. I'm not making this up. Zeist. All of the immortals are shown in a group together, exiled for some kind of revolution. To this day, I enjoy how richly Zeistian the names 'MacLeod' and 'Ramirez' are... I don't know a single
Highlander fan that looked up at that screen and just nodded in awe to say, 'That's brilliant stuff, man. Aliens.'"