Episode 17 (Fit The Seventeenth)

Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: Tertiary PhaseThe Krikkit army awaits its freedom from the slo-time envelope that has kept their entire world from being a threat – and even the seemingly peaceful people of Krikkit have fallen victim to a perverse paranoia in their isolation, preparing a doomsday weapon called the Supernova Bomb. Arthur and Ford try to hold the Krikkiters at bay while Trillian tries to negotiate reasonably with them. The Infinite Improbability Drive is recovered and returned to the Heart of Gold, and despite Zaphod offering everyone a means of escape, they’re as surprised as he is when they turn him down and opt to save the universe instead. At the core of Krikkit’s central battle computer, a massive artificial intelligence is counting down to the universal doomsday it has set in motion. And also connected to Krikkit’s main computer is another massive intelligence – a very, very depressed one – throwing a spanner into the works.

Order this CDwritten by Douglas Adams
adapted by Dirk Maggs from the novel “Life, The Universe And Everything”
directed by Dirk Maggs
music by Paul “Wix” Wickens

Cast: William Franklyn (The Voice of the Book), Simon Jones (Arthur Dent), Geoffrey McGivern (Ford Prefect), Mark Wing-Davey (Zaphod Beeblebrox), Susan Sheridan (Trillian), Stephen Moore (Marvin), Dominic Hawksley (Krikkit Commander), Richard Griffiths (Slartibartfast), Roger Gregg (Eddie), Bob Golding (Dispatcher), Mike Fenton Stevens (Krikkiter), Philip Pope (Krikkiter)

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