Book 1/Page 15/Transcript
One of the great seasonal treats of this time of year.
They start to get crispy in a few days. By July, they're solidly crunchy.
Like the "marshmallows" in Lucky Charms...I never realized they're crunchy because they're stale.
You're behind on your scientific literature.
But... When you leave out a box and those go stale, they get soft. What is that?
Parson Gotti: Quantum staleness.
They're working on a supercomputer. Instead of bits, or qbits? It uses marbits.
Ross: They're here.
Parson Gotti: Showtime.
Parson Gotti: Gentlemen.
Let's do the thing.
between all that is noble and decent... and all that is vile and unholy, not to mention unspeakable.
Parson's Friend: Unspeakable?
Parson Gotti: I said not to mention unspeakable.
Parson's Friend: Damn, Parson...