Whew, that was a close one.
And that’s how they get ya.
Pam could’ve at least tell Brewster to go outside and check. Then he would seen that the alien is inside.
So if there’s ever an invasion from the Planet of the Brewster People, Pam will be the last to know, and the first to go.
Although it’s hard to imagine that even an entire planet of Brewsters would be able to succeed at anything as complicated as an invasion.
Could have been worse, it could have been the floating head of Zsa Zsa Gabor!
Space, what’s between Brewster’s ears.
And they talk about the vacuum of space… Brewster’s head must feel right at home…
Wow that’s some powerful Windex the cleaner must’ve been using
The big thing is that he DOES remember what he looks like.
I look in the mirror and wonder Whodat?
Thank goodness, cooler heads prevailed.
Sometimes you wonder what Brewster was like before the toll of multiple alien brain probes left him this way. He was probably competent, or he wouldn’t have been assigned to the position of command…
But we have far too many stories in comics/TV/movies/etc with heroic commanders. He’s a lot funnier this way (tragic backstory aside).
Oh, wow, what a dummy. So, he gets to be the pilot because he’s good looking, not smart.
He would have lost anyway.
I have a new barking puppy with this problem.
Give him a red shirt.
Aren’t you glad his finger isn’t on the button.
This actually illustrates an extremely important esoteric fact about space exploration. We are only prepared to see things we have already seen. If there are life forms on icy worlds, they may experience consciousness thousands of times slower than we do. Were there intelligent assemblages of magnetic fields in a star, their life experience could be full and rewarding but limited to a few seconds.
However, we do learn from space exploration about everything, not just “space stuff”. We have repurposed distant space probes in flight, seen the sun from entirely new angles, and found tantalizing hints of life on worlds our ancestors could barely see.
Go Schmuck Rogers! Go!
May I suggest shades or blinds?
They need that “Moth’s eye micro-egg-carton” surfaced glass that minimizes reflections. But then they wouldn’t know who the vampires are.
That was close!
Sure, Brewster’s dumb enough, but this is a scenario for the BR character Corporal Mittens.
I wouldn’t say that the crisis was averted. Brewster is still on board.