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'Arthur Dent,|a perfectly ordinary Earthman,
'was rather surprised|when his friend Ford Prefect
'suddenly revealed himself|to be from a small planet
'in the vicinity of Betelgeuse
'and not from Guildford after all.
'He was even more surprised|when, minutes later,
'Earth was unexpectedly demolished
'to make way|for a new hyperspace by-pass.
'But this was as nothing|to their joint surprise
'when they were rescued from certain|death by a stolen spaceship
'manned by Ford's semi-cousin,|the infamous Zaphod Beeblebrox,
'and by Trillian, a rather nice|young astrophysicist
'Arthur once met at a party|in Islington.
'However, all four of them are soon|totally overwhelmed by surprise
'when they discover that|the ancient world of Magrathea,
'a planet legendary for its trade|in manufacturing other planets,
'is not as dead|as it was supposed to be.
'For Zaphod, Ford and Trillian,
'surprise is pushed to its|very limits when THIS happened...'
'And when Arthur encounters|Slartibartfast,
'the Magrathean coastline designer
'who won an award for his work|on Norway
'and learns that the history|of mankind
'was only being run for the benefit|of a few white mice,
'surprise is no longer adequate
'and he is forced to resort|to astonishment.'
Mind your head.
E-Excuse the mess.
Most unfortunate-a diode blew in|one of the life support computers.
When we came to revive|our cleaning staff,
we discovered they'd been dead|for 30,000 years.
Who's going to clear away the bodies?|That's what no one has an answer for.
Mice? Look, are we talking|about the same things?
Mice are white furry creatures|with a cheese fixation,
women standing screaming on tables|in early '60s sitcoms.
Earthman, it is sometimes hard|to follow your mode of speech.
I have been asleep|inside this planet of Magrathea
for... um... five million years
and know little of these early '60s|sitcoms of which you speak.
These creatures you call mice|are not quite as they appear.
They are merely the protrusion|into our dimension
of vast hyper-intelligent,|pan-dimensional beings.
This business with the cheese|and the squeaking is just a front.
They have been experimenting on you.
Ahh! No, look, you've got it wrong!|It was us! We experimented on THEM!
Making them run down mazes,|ring bells, eat bits of cheese!
And, by analysing their behaviour,
were learned all sorts of things|about ourselves!
- Such subtlety!|- Well...
Well, how better to disguise|their true natures,
how better to guide your way|of thinking,
than to be right down there|amongst you?
Suddenly running down the maze|the wrong way,
eating the wrong bit of cheese,
unexpectedly dropping dead|of myxomatosis.
Finely calculated,|the cumulative effect is enormous.
Just sit... back... back.
I must tell you|that your planet and people
have formed the matrix|of an organic computer
running a 10-million-year|research programme
into the ultimate question of Life,|the Universe... and Everything.
They are particularly clever,|hyper-intelligent, pan-dimensional beings.
{y:i}Attention! Slartibartfast|{y:i}and the visiting Earth creature
{y:i}report to the work's reception area|{y:i}immediately... Repeat, immediately!
However, in the field of management|relations, they're shocking.
- Really?|- Every time they give me an order,
I want to jump on a table and scream.
Yes, I can see|that would be a problem.
'There are many problems|connected with life,
'of which some of|the most pressing are...
'Why are people born?
'Why do they die?
'And why do they spend|so much of the intervening time
'wearing digital watches?
'Many millions of years ago,|a race of hyper-intelligent beings
'became so fed-up with the bickering|about the meaning of life
'that they decided to sit down|and solve it once and for all.
'To this end, they built themselves
'a stupendous super-computer|called Deep Thought
'that was so amazingly intelligent
'that even before its data banks|had been connected up,
'it started|from first principles with:
'And deduced the existence|of rice pudding and income tax
'before anyone managed|to turn it off.'
Do not be alarmed.
'Only after Deep Thought|has been programmed
'with all the knowledge|in the Universe, do two men,
'selected of all their race,|approach it.'
{y:i}What is this great task|{y:i}for which l, Deep Thought,
{y:i}the second greatest computer|{y:i}in the Universe
{y:i}of Time and Space, |{y:i}have been called into existence?
- Your task, O computer...|- No, wait a minute!
Did he say "second greatest"?
O Deep Thought, are you not,|as we designed you to be,
the greatest, the most powerful|computer of all time?
{y:i}I described myself as|{y:i}the second greatest and such I am!
Can we just clear this up?
O Deep Thought,|are you not a greater computer
than the Milliard Gargantubrain which|can count all the atoms in a star?
{y:i}A Milliard Gargantubrain? |{y:i}A mere abacus! Mention it not!
Are you not a greater analyst|than the Googleplex Star Thinker
in the 7th Galaxy|of Light and Ingenuity?
{y:i}The Googleplex Star Thinker?
{y:i}Molest me not|{y:i}with this pocket calculator stuff!
But are you not|a more fiendish disputant
than the Great Hyperlobic Omnicognate|Neutron Wrangler on Ciceronicus 12?!
{y:i}The Great 0mnicognate|{y:i}Neutron Wrangler
{y:i}could talk all four legs|{y:i}off an Arcturan megadonkey,
{y:i}but only I could persuade it|{y:i}to go for a walk afterwards!
Then... what is the problem?
{y:i}There is no problem!
{y:i}I speak of none but the computer|{y:i}that is to come after me!
I think this is getting|needlessly messianic.
{y:i}A computer whose merest|{y:i}operational parameters
{y:i}I am not worthy to calculate,
{y:i}but which it will be my destiny|{y:i}eventually to design!
Can we get on and ask the question?
Oh, all right.
O Great Computer, the task we have|designed you to perform is this.
We want you to tell us the answer.
{y:i}The answer?
{y:i}- The answer to what?|- Life!
- The Universe!|- Everything!
But... can you do it?
{y:i}Yes, I can do it.
You mean... there IS an answer?
- A simple answer?|{y:i}- Yes.
{y:i}Life, the Universe and Everything.
{y:i}There is an answer.
- There is an answer! At last!|{y:i}- But I'll have to think about it.
- We demand admission!|- Now what?
- You can't keep us out!|- We demand you cannot keep us out!
- Who are you? Get out of here!|- I am Majkthise!
And I demand that I am Vroomfondel!
It's all right,|you don't need to demand that!
All right, I am Vroomfondel...
...and that is not a demand,|that is a solid fact!
What we demand is solid facts!
No, we don't! That is precisely|what we DON'T demand!
We don't demand solid facts!
What we demand is a total absence|of solid facts!
I demand that I may, or may not,|be Vroomfondel!
- Who are you?|- We are philosophers.
- Though we may not be!|- Yes, we are!
We are definitely here|as representatives
of the Amalgamated Union|of Philosophers, Sages, and Luminaries,
and we want the machine off now!
We demand that you get rid of it!
- What's the problem?|- The problem is demarcation, mate!
We demand that demarcation|may or may not be the problem!
Let the machines|get on with the adding up
and WE'LL take care|of the eternal verities!
By law, the quest for ultimate truth
is the inalienable prerogative|of your working thinkers!
Any machine goes and finds 'em,|we're out of a job!
What's the use of our arguing|half the night whether there may...
- Or may not!| a god...
...if this machine gives you|his phone number in the morning!
That's right!
We demand rigidly defined areas|of doubt and uncertainty!
Might I make an observation|at this point?
Keep out of this!
We demand that that machine not be|allowed to think about this problem!
{y:i}If I might make an observation!
{y:i}All I wanted to say was this.
{y:i}My circuits|{y:i}are now irrevocably committed
{y:i}to calculating the answer
{y:i}to the ultimate question|{y:i}of Life, the Universe and Everything,
{y:i}but the program will take me|{y:i}a little while to run.
- How long?|{y:i}- Seven and a half...
- What, not till next week?!|{y:i}- ... million... years!
- How long?!|{y:i}- I said I'd have to think about it.
{y:i}And it occurs to me that running|{y:i}a program like this
{y:i}is bound to create|{y:i}considerable interest
{y:i}in the whole area|{y:i}of popular philosophy.
{y:i}- Yes?|- Keep talking.
{y:i}Everyone's going to have|{y:i}his own theory
{y:i}about what answer I'm eventually|{y:i}going to come up with
{y:i}and who better to capitalise|{y:i}on that media market
{y:i}than you yourselves?
{y:i}So long as you can keep violently|{y:i}disagreeing with each other
{y:i}and slagging each other off|{y:i}in the popular press,
{y:i}and so long as|{y:i}you have clever agents,
{y:i}you can keep yourselves|{y:i}on the gravy train for life!
Bloody hell!|Now, that's what I call thinking!
'Ere, Vroomfondel, how come|we never think of things like that?
I think our minds must be|too highly trained, Majkthise.
Very salutary, but what about|the Earth and mice?
All will become clear to you.
Are you not anxious to hear what the|computer said 7.5 million years later?
Erm... yes... quite.
The time is nearly upon us!
7.5 million years we've waited.
75,000 generations
since our ancestors set this program|in motion and, in all that time,
we shall be the first to hear|the computer speak.
It's an awesome prospect.
Deep Thought is about to speak!
{y:i}Good evening.
G-Good evening.
O... Deep Thought... you have... Have you...?
{y:i}An answer for you?
{y:i}Yes, I have.
- There really is one?|{y:i}- There really is one.
To everything?|The secret of the Universe?
The great questions of Life|and Everything?
{y:i}- Yes.|- Are you ready to give it to us?
{y:i}- I am.|- Now?!
{y:i}Though I don't think|{y:i}you're going to like it.
Doesn't matter! We must know it!
{y:i}- Now?|- Yes... now.
{y:i}All right.
- Well?|{y:i}- You're really not going to like it.
Tell us!
{y:i}- The answer to the great question...|- Yes?
{y:i}... of Life, the Universe|{y:i}and Everything...
- Yes?|{y:i}- ... is...
- Yes?|{y:i}- ... is...
- Yes?!|{y:i}- ... 42!
{y:i}It was a tough assignment.
Is that all you've got to show|for 7.5 million years' work?!
{y:i}I think the problem
{y:i}is that you've never known|{y:i}what the question is.
But it was the GREAT question,
the ultimate question of Life,|the Universe and Everything!
{y:i}Yes, but what actually is it?
...just everything!
You know... everything!
{y:i}You have to know|{y:i}what the question actually is
{y:i}in order to know|{y:i}what the answer means.
Well, can you please tell us|the question?
{y:i}- The Ultimate Question?|- Yes!
{y:i}Of Life, the Universe|{y:i}and Everything?
- Yes!|{y:i}- Tricky.
But can you do it?
{y:i}But I'll tell you who can.
Tell us!
{y:i}I speak of none but the computer|{y:i}that is to come after me.
{y:i}A computer whose merest|{y:i}operational parameters
{y:i}I am not worthy to calculate!
{y:i}Yet I will design it for you!
{y:i}A computer which can calculate|{y:i}the Answer to the Ultimate Question,
{y:i}a computer of such infinite|{y:i}and subtle complexity
{y:i}that organic life itself
{y:i}shall form part|{y:i}of its operational matrix.
{y:i}You yourselves shall take on new|{y:i}forms and go down into the computer
{y:i}to navigate|{y:i}its 10-million-year program!
{y:i}Yes, I shall design|{y:i}this computer for you
{y:i}and I shall name it also unto you
{y:i}and it shall be called the Earth!
Oh, what a dull name.
So there you have it.
Deep Thought designed the Earth,|we built it and you lived on it.
The Vogons destroyed it 5 minutes|before the program was completed.
10 million years of planning|and work gone.
Well, that's bureaucracy for you.
Do you know, this explains a lot,
because all my life|I've had this feeling in my bones
something sinister was happening|in the Universe.
No one would tell me what it was.
That's just perfectly normal|paranoia.
- Everyone in the Universe has that.|- Everyone?
Maybe that means something!
That outside the Universe we know,|some alien intelligence is...
Maybe. Who cares?
Perhaps I'm old,|but the chances of finding out
what really is going on|are so absurdly remote
the only thing to do is to say, "Hang|the sense of it" and keep occupied.
Look at me. I design coastlines.|I got an award for Norway.
Where's the sense in that?|None that I can make out.
I've been doing fjords all my life.
For a fleeting moment, they become|fashionable. I get a major award.
In this replacement Earth,|I've been given Africa to do.
I'm doing it with with fjords|because I happen to like them.
I'm old-fashioned enough to think|they give a lovely baroque feel
to a continent.
They tell me it's not equatorial|enough. What does it matter?
Science has achieved|wonderful things,
but I'd far rather be happy|than right any day.
- And are you?|- No. That's where it all falls down.
Pity. Sounded like|rather a good lifestyle otherwise.
{y:i}Slartibartfast and the Earth|{y:i}creature report to the reception area.
Now? To meet mice?|You want me to meet mice now?
It won't be a great social occasion.
{y:i}At once!
I seem to be having difficulty|with MY lifestyle.
- I beg your pardon?|- What? Sorry.
- Fatuous thing to say, really.|- I thought so.
'It is, of course, well known|that careless talk costs lives,
'but the full scale of the problem|is not always appreciated.
'At the very moment Arthur said:
I seem to be having difficulty|with MY lifestyle.
'a freak wormhole opened up in the|fabric of the space-time continuum
'and carried his words|far back in time
'across almost infinite reaches|of space to a distant galaxy
'where strange and warlike beings
'were poised on the brink|of frightful interstellar battle.
'The two leaders|were meeting for the last time.
'A silence fell across|the conference table
'as the commander of the VI'hurgs,|in his red jewelled battle shorts,
'gazed levelly at the G'Gugvunt|leader squatting opposite him
'in a cloud of green,|sweet-smelling steam
'and, with a million|be-weaponed star cruisers
'poised to unleash electric death|at his single word of command,
'challenged the vile creature|to take back what it said
'about his mother.
'The creature stirred|in its sickly broiling vapour
'and at that moment the words...
{y:i}I seem to be having difficulty|{y:i}with MY lifestyle.
'... drifted across the table.
'Unfortunately,|in the VI'hurg tongue,
'this was the most dreadful insult|imaginable
'and there was nothing for it|but to fight terrible war!'
'Eventually, after their galaxy|had been decimated
'over a few thousand years,|it was realised
'the whole thing|had been a ghastly mistake.
'So the two opposing battle fleets|settled their differences
'in order to launch|a joint attack on our galaxy,
'now positively identified as|the source of the offending remark.
'For thousands more years,|the mighty ships
'tore across the empty wastes|of space
'and finally dived,|streaming onto the planet Earth
'where, due to a terrible|miscalculation of scale,
'the entire battle fleet was|accidently swallowed by a small dog.
'Those who study the interplay|of cause and effect
'in the history of the Universe|say this goes on all the time,
'but that they are powerless|to prevent it.
'Meanwhile,|Arthur is about to be confronted
'with the terrible reality|of all he has learnt.'
Arthur, you're safe!
Am I? Oh, good.
- Hi. Come in. Food.|- What happened to you?
Well, our hosts here|have been gassing us
and zapping our minds|and being weird,
and are now giving us this amazingly|keen meal to make it up to us.
Have some Vegan rhino cutlet!|It's exit!
Hosts? I don't see any hosts!
Ugh! There are mice on the table!
Yes... sorry.|I... wasn't quite prepared for...
Let me introduce you.
- This is Benjy mouse.|- Hi, there!
- And this is... Frankie mouse.|- Pleased to meet you!
- Aren't they...|- The mice I brought from Earth.
Try some grated Arcturan megadonkey.
Ahem! Excuse me!
Yes, Slartibartfast, you may go!
Oh, very well, I'll go and get on|with some of my fjords, then.
They won't be necessary.
I don't think we'll be needing|the new Earth.
I've got a thousand glaciers poised|and ready to roll over Africa!
Thank you, Slartibartfast,|that will be all!
Yes, sir. Thank you very much.
...goodbye, Earthman.
Sorry about your planet.|Hope the lifestyle comes together!
- Now to business!|- Oh, yeah. To business!
- To business!|- I beg your pardon?!
I'm sorry, I thought|you were proposing a toast!
Earth creature, we've been running|your planet for 10 million years
in order to find|the Ultimate Question.
As we were about to see the fruit|of millions of years of work,
you let your planet get blown up!
- The best-laid plans of mice.|- And men.
- What?|- Best-laid plans of mice and men.
What have men got to do with it?
We've got to have that Question!
I'm sorry I can't help you.|Shall we be off?
Get this, you are a last generation|product of that computer matrix.
You were there|before your planet got the finger.
Your brain was a part|of the configuration of the program.
Of the whatty?
- Drink?|- I will.
The mice seem to think the Question|might be buried in your brain.
- Is that what they think?|- Yes. They wanna buy it.
- What, the Question?|- No, no, your brain!
- What?|- What?
- That's all right. Who'd miss it?|- Thank you!
I thought you said you could read|his brain electronically.
Yes, but we'd have|to get it out first.
- It's got to be prepared, diced.|- Thank you!
It could be replaced|if it's important.
Yes, an electronic brain.
- A simple one should suffice.|- Simple?
Program it to say "What?" and "Where's|the tea?" Who'd know the difference?
- What?|- See?
- I'd notice!|- You'd be programmed not to!
Let's get out!
- Sorry, mice, old mates, no deal.|- Let's not be hasty...!
{y:i}Emergency! Hostile|{y:i}alien police in Section 8A!
{y:i}- Defence stations...!|- Galactic police!
Hell and bats' dos,|we gotta go whoosh!
- Creatures, where are you going?|- Out, out, out!
But the Question!|Think of the issues at stake!
- Which way?|- Any way!
- This way!|- Don't you understand?
Don't you understand how much money|we can make appearing on chat shows?
All this fuss|about an Earthling brain!
- Let's go, let's go!|- Where are we gonna go?!
Over there!
Which way?
- At a wild guess, I'd say...|- This way.
OK, Beeblebrox, hold it right there,|we got you covered!
- Cops!|- Anyone else want a guess?
Yeah... this way!
We don't wanna shoot you, Beeblebrox.
Suits me fine!
- Back to the lift?|- Back to the lift!
Hey, I thought they said|they didn't want to shoot at us!
- I thought so!|- You said you didn't wanna shoot us!
It isn't easy being a cop!
- What did he say?|- It isn't easy being a cop.
- That's his problem!|- I think so!
Listen, we've enough problems of our|own having you there shooting at us!
If you'd like to avoid laying|your personal problems on us,
I think we'd all find it|easier to cope!
Now, look, buddy,
you're not dealing with any dumb,|two-bit, trigger-pumping morons
with low hairlines, little|piggy eyes and no conversation!
We're a couple of caring,|intelligent guys
you'd probably really like|if you met us socially.
I don't go around gratuitously|shooting people
and then brag about it|in seedy space rangers bars.
I go around|gratuitously shooting people,
then I agonise about it afterwards|to my girlfriend!
- And I write novels!|- Yeah, he writes them in crayon.
Though I haven't had|any published yet
so I'd better warn ya,|I'm in a mean mood!
- Who are these guys?|- I preferred them shooting.
So are you gonna come quietly|or you gonna let us blast ya out?
Which would you prefer?
You still there?
We didn't enjoy that at all.
- We could tell!|- Now, listen to this, Beeblebrox.
- And you'd better listen good!|- Why?
Er... because it's gonna be|very intelligent
and quite interesting... and humane.
OK, shoot. I mean, fire away!
No, no, I mean...!
Sorry, misunderstanding there.
Beeblebrox, either you all|give yourselves up
and let us beat you up a little,
though not too much because we are|firmly opposed to needless violence,
or... er... or we blow up|this entire planet!
And one or two others|we noticed on the way over!
That's crazy! You wouldn't do that!
Yes, we would!
- I think we would, wouldn't we?|- Yes, we'd have to. No question.
- But why?|- Tell her.
- You tell her!|- You tell her!
- You tell her!|- You tell her!
Will one of you tell her!
It isn't easy being a cop!
(Listen... if we keep them talking,|maybe their brains will seize up.)
Shall we... shoot them up again|for a while?
- Why not?|- Yeah.
Well, that just about wraps it up|for this lifetime, I guess.
Well... it's really been nice|running into you again, Zaphod.
# Zaglabor astragard
# Hootrimansion Bambriar... #
- What the hell are you doing?!|- A Betelgeuse death anthem.
It means, "After this,|things can only get better."
# Zaglabor astragard!
# Hootrimansion Bambriar... #
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Hiroshima Mon Amour - Criterion Collection
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Homme-orchestre L (Serge Korber 1970)
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How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
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How to Murder Your Wife 1965
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