It’s some guy in India. The aliens are saving $ by outsourcing their communications with earth.
And why would his father’s past even need elaboration in a story about Gregg? (Passing reference to Mr. and Mrs. Hamm who moved to Milford twelve years ago.)
He has a car (he picked up BO Plenty and gave him a ride). It’s raining. He has a mini-cycle that he doesn’t have experience riding. So… Which one do you chose for your escape?
Maybe he’s looking for a construction site so he can climb on a steel girder and the crane will hoist him to safety. (see Shaky)
Ah, but Maxwell Smart was always an idiot. Supposedly Brewster was smart once. His heroism is still essentially intact, but the brain is gone.
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).
Although special code would not be a password (probably not anyway). It will be a code to start a program at some point when Memory is elsewhere establishing his alibi for the time when computers around the world show the balance of the Bank of England at £0.
And that’s why the ad instructed the job applicant to apply to Fritz.
A quart. But you don’t use a lot at a time. The question becomes will Cliff toss it out (throwing away two bucks), continue to wear it – because he doesn’t want to waste his money, or try and sell it to another crew member?
Of course, he might notice the alcohol content and try to drink it.
It is a suspension of disbelief to accept a coffee shop without free WiFi, perhaps a greater suspension than the legally blind pitcher.
Gasp! Memory owns a computer! (Along with 91.2% of Americans between 18 and 81.) Unless it was a condition of his parole why did Sam go into shock at the revelation?