There's free time (sweet, sweet free time) and there's work... or just stuff that one has to do. In the middle, there are grey areas where one has a certain amount of freedom. My limited liberty appears in the form of early morning TV/movies/DVD watching.
Our 18 month old gets up about an hour and a half earlier than anyone else in the family. Since my wife gets up in the middle of the night to breastfeed, I pick up the slack at the day's start. There's a lot I can't do when she's running around the living room - computer and reading are out (she's a grabber), but having an old-timey scifi show on in the background is doable.
Without further ado, let me mention some cool stuff...
Eye-stalk brains in large glass domes! It's creepy, weird, mysterious, and gamers have seen it enough times to visualize it easily. Even though these things don't show up until a bit later, the picture is in color! That's why it's showcased at the top of the post.
The 12-sided, glass, high-tech instrument which sets everything in motion. Cool idea - it's supposed to morally judge everyone and everything and guide the planet's population into making the right choices. Unfortunately, it could also fall into the wrong hands which could turn the whole world into the kind of hell where Sam Neill's eyes are sewn shut, his head's shaved, and his blood-drenched visage simply laughs into the darkness.
There's a sea of acid, beach of glass, and ominous looking temple in the distance. Who wouldn't want to check that out? Want to navigate those acidic waters? Pictured are some one-man submersibles. Just to be on the safe side... WEAR A WET-SUIT WITHOUT ANY HOLES!!!
Last but definitely not least, there's an ice cave containing a block of ice surrounded by frozen knights. Within the block is one of the keys, although pretty much anything could be substituted - a magical ring, perhaps? When the ice is melted (the episode used a volcanic spring faucet), the knights come alive and start attacking everyone in sight.