Starman Jeff Bridges attempts a human smile and creates a disfigurement so memorable
Changing the subject, Bridges launches into a description of the tallest natural structure on his home planet;
a mountain range that's constantly tripped over.
As Bridges fumbles through the glove compartment, Allen points out that she has prescriptions
for every one of the half-dozen bottles of Valium that spill onto the floor.
As Bridges pops "Jefferson Starship" into the cassette deck
Allen asks how an advanced alien race can have such shit taste in music.
The conversation turns to relationships and Bridges becomes morose as he remembers
the last time he got laid was on a planet ruled by apes.
With the apes it wasn't even consensual.
Upset over a remark made at breakfast, a teary-eyed Karen Allen grips the wheel and stares silently into space.
Bridges has never been with an earth woman and is unaware that he should know what he's done wrong just by looking at her.
Bridges tries to lighten the mood by describing how lovers kiss on his home planet;
an activity that leaves the most affectionate couples with huge facial wounds.
Karen Allen reveals why her first marriage failed.
Allen's wallet flops open, revealing a list of embarrassing self-affirmation slogans.
"What does it mean... 'My ass is the size God intended it to be'?" asks the puzzled Starman.
Bridges is momentarily distracted by a tattoo on the back of Allen's hand.
From his viewpoint it's either a cocktail glass or two gymnasts engaged in fellatio.
Allen's license shows that she's required to wear glasses while operating an automobile.
Although Bridges won't say anything, it will bother him for the rest of the trip.
Bridges leans forward, showing Allen how Supercuts completely
fucked up the mullet he'd been growing.
Bridges is caught off guard by Allen's question, "Will humanity survive?"
Although this defense has protected Allen from flashers, roadside accidents and the opening of the
Ark of the Covenant, it proves useless against Bridges's idiotic smile.
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Allen attempts to rearrange Bridges's cap as she explains the age-old rule
that the farther back it sits on his head the more inbred he looks.
Bridges reminds Allen how well the "you need to change" technique worked on her first husband.
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