Assignor: What's this?
Ettil: It's called "hot dog."
Assignor: How do you know?
Ettil: I used to read banned literature.
Ettil: I'm not sure. But something's going to happen to us.
Assignor: You've got a plan. Something evil and terrible?
Ettil: Look, all I know is they're going to do something to us.
Assignor: Let them fire their mystic facts, Vyre, facts.
Ettil: But they're I sincere. I feel as if we're in a big acid vat, melting away.
Assignor: Thanks for the science. All right, we'll kill every one of them.
Ettil: How can you kill people who give you flowers? And call you pal, and buddy? Do you know what "hail, fellow, well met" means?
Ettil: We have been dropped like a shovel full of seeds into a large concrete mixer. Nothing of us will survive. We will be destroyed not by the gun, but by the glad hand.
Filmed in Edmonton, Alberta
This episode is based on the short story "The Concrete Mixer" by Ray Bradbury. The story was first published in Thrilling Wonder Stories (April, 1949).