Title Card: Nothing can ever be truly, fully understood. Not even the simplest thing. Not even this. - Bicford Shmeckler
Bickford Shmeckler: Everything is awesome. Fundamentally.
Sarah Witt: [reading from Bicford's book] Every physical structure in the universe, including ourselves, is in a constant state of flux. Minimally and maximally, continuously, continuously. Yet, our lives are lived in ever-flowing still frames of reality, sanity being the delusion of a comfortable continuity within the vortex of infinite chaos.
Bickford Shmeckler: We exist in this narrow band of perception. It makes something as simple as just thinking clearly, frankly, impossible.
Bickford Shmeckler: That's too eloquent not to be true!
Bill: What's the cool idea?
Bickford Shmeckler: A unified theory of everything. It's not a big deal.
Bob: Dungeons and Dragons just seems like a bunch of people, ya know, taking on imaginary roles...
Sorrority Girl: Do you know that the sun is going to implode and take up the entire solar system and all of humanity with it.
Anais Nin Reader: Ideas like that make me feel sexy.
Sorrority Girl: Then you gotta read this book.
Spaceman: You disappeared on us.
Bickford Shmeckler: Yeah. I constantly disappear and reappear, it's a thing I do, sub-atomically. It's happened several times in this conversation already, but it happens so fast that you couldn't perceive it.
Bickford Shmeckler: I'm involved in a herculean struggle for sanity here, Sarah. I don't have time to deal with your pithy, uh... pith.
Sarah Witt: Quit punishing yourself for being a virgin. It's the human condition, we were all born virgins! Maybe you're just a late bloomer. I was born a virgin too, you know.