It's got it's issues but I had a blast with this one. I just couldn't help myself. Every single part of it was a treat. A big love letter to my favorite illustrators of the 50's and 60's who had work in magazines like Ladies Home Journal.
I put the text in there because I thought it was delightful. It was also really fun to imagine what it would look like if the viewer was a secret agent space pilot in a casual, unglorified science fiction world, and he was waiting outside his superior's offices' communicating door/airlock chamber, flirting with his secretary, Miss Tessy Petalwood. She knows he's in for it, of course.