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-- First Seen: 2009-12-10
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The Transcript For This Page
Two-shot of Fiorella and Doris in the Split-Tail cabin.
Doris: So what is that thing, anyway?
Fiorella: Well, it looks like a Moai.
View of one of the monitors on the console, showing us for the first time what the asteroid looks like. It very strongly resembles one of the famous â€śEaster Island Headâ€ť carvings. We can see Fiorella's hand pointing to it.
Fiorella: Huge prehistoric carvings found on Easter Island, on Terra.
Fiorella: They look like what we saw, but a way lot smaller.
We see Doris in foreground right, looking thoughtfully at the monitor. In the background left Fiorella continues her mini-discourse.
Fiorella: Some people think the natives of Easter Island didn't have the technology to quarry, transport, carve and erect the Moai.
Doris: Then who do they think made them?
Medium shot of Fiorella, looking unsure of herself as she speaks.
Fiorella (quietly): Aliens.