- James Hurley: When did you start smoking?
- Donna Hayward: I smoke every once and a while. Helps relieve tension.
- James Hurley: When did you get so tense?
- Donna Hayward: When I started smoking.
Polished Eyes and Marbled Brains.
Behind your eyes thrives an imagination — an imagination that allows you to disconnect from one reality and enter another one. Perhaps this other reality is a better one than the one you leave. Perhaps not.
Behind your eyes and somewhere in your head are little workers functioning your body. You are not them and they are not you, but without one and other neither of you exist. You see, somewhere behind those eyes and somewhere in that head there are these little workers who write, and their sole purpose is to write you an imagination. They operate, creating up scenarios and stories that will be played out as you enter a state of daydreaming. The stories are fed through a biological projector that flickers away in your mind the moment you want it, need it and sometimes without even knowing it.
But who are these little workers and where do they get their imagination from? Well in front of your eyes and out of your head already exists a world - a world full of wonderment and pure beauty. But sometimes you just have to open your eyes a little bit more and let this world flicker inwards for the writers - for yourself.
- Laurie Juspeczyk: The most powerful thing in the universe... still just a puppet.
- Jon Osterman: We are all puppets, Laurie. I'm just the puppet who can see the strings.