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Reynardine: It behaves that way because she wills it so. That's how a blinker stone works!

Kat: That doesn't explain anything!

Reynardine: It explains enough, doesn't it?

Kat: Ugh! That's a terrible ethic!

Christina: How does a crystal drive a bus?

The Doctor: In a super clever outer-spacey way...just trust me.
Doctor Who, "Planet of the Dead"

Amy: Are you gonna make her talk again?

The Doctor: Can't.

Rory: Why not?

Amy: Spacey-wacey isn't it?

The Doctor: Well actually its because the Time Lords discovered that if you take an eleventh dimensional matrix and fold it into a mechanical frame then... Yes its spacey-wacey!
Doctor Who, "The Doctor's Wife"

Time Magazine: How does the Heisenberg compensator work?

Star Trek technical advisor Michael Okuda: It works very well, thank you.
—"Reconfigure the Modulators," Nov. 28, 1994

Stan: Jeff?! I thought you drowned!

Jeff: Nope.

Stan: Awesome.

Zadok: We have ambient light. That means it's coming from everywhere at once. If there's space up there, it's white too.

Ghanny: So?

Zadok: So shouldn't that light be accumulating and blinding us all?

Tailsteak: Light in this universe breaks back down into heat after traveling 1.85 kilometres.

Ghanny: Einstein would have a fit.

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