Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Do you know where your towel is at? It’s Episode 42, so we had to do HHGttG.
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You didn’t think we could let the 40th anniversary of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy pass without at least a little comment, did you? Fortunately, Nature does a much better job of summarizing its (and Douglas Adams’) impact on society than I could.
Feel free to comment on how H2G2 has influenced your life.
Alright. How was it? Well, let’s just start off with this: The phrase “never speak to me about this movie again” is not applicable. The phrase “it had its moments” is. Care to see more detail? Come inside. Spoilers, as always, inside ugly font tags.
Part 3 in our series, the Hitchhiker’s Guide as a British TV show. And all the lovely production value that suggests. Why am I posting it so late? This must be Thursday…I never could get the hang of Thursdays…
Alright boys and girls – today is the day to discuss the version of the Hitchhiker’s Guide that most people are familiar with, the novelization. This is going to be a review of only the first book, for reasons too dull to go into here
Thus begins a four day long debacle in which I review each of the Hitchhiker’s Guide incarnations in turn.
Today, class, we’re going to be talking about the one that started it all, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy radio play, Primary Phase (this refers to the portion recorded before the publication of the books). If you’re a fan and you haven’t heard it, you owe it to yourself to go get it.
At least as of right now, if you go look at Amazon.com’s home page, you can view a (really teensy) version of the full theatrical trailer for Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. (Flash plug-in required.) If anyone has a bigger version, post a comment; we can provide hosting if required.