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Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Vol. 1
20th Century Fox DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B000BZISS0
Date: 21 February, 2006 List Price $39.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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Submarines are a lot like spaceships. Not in the way they look or in their propulsion systems but in the fact that both move through a medium that will have harsh effects on your skin if the barrier between you and the medium becomes breached. While it is true that you cannot swim to the next planet if your starship breaks down, it is also true that the GGG (Generali Grapplerra Galacticus) won't come and give you a tow if your sub breaks down, so we call it even. This DVD was once again misnamed since the vessel in it spent negligible time actually at the bottom of the sea. And if they were voyaging there we can tell you there are many better ways to do it. This would have been much better called Voyage Above the Bottom of the Sea. Still, we know you like to miscall things every chance you get so we won't belabor the point. We found the technology quaint. But then we find most of your technology quaint, except, of course, those twisty arm things that turn dough into pretzels. There are no pretzels at the bottom of the sea although there are plenty of cucumbers, even though none appear in the show. KLaarg was horrified at the way the vessel was treated and we have to concur. It seems they hit almost everything put in front of them. Klaarg tries very hard not to hit things with the mothership in our travels and we greatly appreciate that.

(Source: 20th Century Fox)

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