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"Ten. Malan? I got a galaxy question for you. What's that? Excited. Listen to this episode about cast. Yes, okay. Let's get into it. Did the movie get it, right? Or will we have to fight? Hi, everybody. Welcome to bad science. I'm Ethan Edinburgh. And today we're talking about the Oscar winning film galaxy quest which if I'm not mistaken one in every category. Joining me today, we have the unbelievable alarium one of my favorite standups and an unbelievable writer as well. Laurie. Kilmartin. Although being described as unbelievable I think is not helpful science podcasts. No. It's honestly, it's not helpful in any case. It's totally believable that you're great comic complete liar. Laurie kill everything. She says, it's not drew law Rico Morton. No, thank you for being here, Laurie. I know you were just travelling and the travel was was rough for you. So the fact that you're here means so much to paint him. And of course, joining us here to talk about galaxy quest someone who has previously talked about galaxy quest the doctor of astrophysics, Jeff Silverman high. Yeah. Happy to be here and love talking about the science of movies. So this is great. Yeah. You have a like a live show, or what do you describe that for me? So I come host monthly vent at the Alamo draft house theater in right here in San Francisco, and we show movie and then spend about fifteen twenty minutes afterwards. Talking about the signs of the movie good and bad of everything from proper scifi to we did groundhog day this month. Oh, fantastic. Okay. So let's just copy and paste the one that you did on galaxy quest right here. And we all just take off easy peasy fun. But we don't even need to do is. So so galaxy quest Laurie you have not seen galaxy quest now. Which is totally find it just felt like a very wacky zany. I had fun watching it today. I hadn't seen it since. I was. Little, but but I really I was so shocked to go online and find this just huge colts following of this movie. What is it? What I say co following is. Yeah, I definitely think. So I mean, I remember watching it when it came out. And I thought it was fun and cool and I liked Star Trek when I was younger and still do. Yeah. And watching it more recently mourn as an adult. I think I picked up more on the it's not only it's not a parody. It is a satire, and it does sort of, you know, it's no Maget, it loves the fans that are so into the movie. Yes that literally their saved at the end. Spoiler alert by a kid Justin long in his first film role this kid who's obsessed with the show to the point of he's you know, messaging on AOL instant messenger.."