We have ourselves a grumpy smoker for a lead and a robot servant out in space. Then a flashback to Earth and aliens have landed. A representative arrives at the UN and dang, he is tall.
"Counting hands when we should have watched the calendar."
Wait, now it's the beginning? I'm sure it will make sense later. Hamburger guy, couldn't you wait for the lunch break? It's noon, I remember, so sorry sir. (The French ambassador's accent is bad, in my opinion.)
These aliens plan to assist us. Force fields, an end to famine, utopia. "Simply trust us."
Yeah, bad things are probably going to happen.
Smoking guy talks with two other men. Then Penny comes with the book that the Canibit alien rep left. The title is known, 'To Serve Man'.
Now a massive group of people are watching an alien be lie-detected. He's being completely honest. Oh, Kanabits. That's the right spelling.
No more wars, no more deserts. Humans can visit the Kanabit planet? Utterly wonderful, they believe. "One full holiday." a man says.
Humans are quite adaptable it seems, so Smoker says to Penny the translator.
Cannibal aliens! Oh, nein! Actually, I already had that idea. Mr. Chambers (Smoker) protests on the ship by not eating, but now he does.
"To Serve Man." Indeed. Perhaps we taste like pork? (I'm sorry)