The Most Important Device in the Universe Is Uncovered in New Video for True Sci-Fi Fans – MovieWeb

‘The Most Important Device in the Universe’ Is Uncovered in New Video for True Sci-Fi Fans
The Most Important Device in the Universe will make it nearly impossible to watch ANYTHING sci-fi-related without thinking of this masterpiece video.
The Most Important Device in the Universe has been uncovered for Sci-Fi nerds everywhere. I’ve warned you once, and I’ll do it once more. After you watch, you can’t unsee it. Warned! The master of the niche scene of sci-fi parodies, wielding their encyclopedic knowledge of all things sci-fi, Major Grin has outdone itself again. We have all seen this most important device and never realized it was so crucial to holding the fabric of our universe together!
Major Grin explains all of The Most Important Device in the Universe’s multiple uses, “This device has been spotted in numerous science-fiction movies and tv shows. It is the ultimate re-used prop, and there is not a single of its numerous appearances where its purpose would be explained or hinted at. The prop is described as ‘dual generators with rotating neon lights inside an acrylic tube, light-controlled panel with knobs and buttons, or simply as ‘blinking tubes without function.'”
Now here’s where we reveal what makes him the doyen and us the dilettantes and dabblers. He not only knows where this tubular whatchamacallit can be found, but he’s curated this mashup for maximum giggles. Now, you might be a Trekkie, or a Star Warzy (clunky, I’ll admit), but are you versed in ALL sci-fi? He should at least change his name to Commander Grin!
He gives us his list so we can keep our eyes peeled for the useless but crucial device when we tune in to our sci-fi fare. “The first time we see it is in the Regula lab in Star Trek II Wrath of Khan. They are also visible in the Enterprise-A’s shuttlebay in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.”
Holy galactic moly. Now that we’ve been given our exhaustive list of required watching to see this magnificent and insignificant blinky light, and seen it in the incredible mashup with our very own eyes, how are we ever to watch another spaceship interior without frantically scanning for what is now our favorite silent guest star? If Major Grin has missed any, like that could even be possible, let us know. And thank you Major Grin, for shining a light on this iconic prop. Do you think the person that made it says, “There it is, again!” to whoever will listen?
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