What, the 'hood gettin' you down?
Did you know that if all the visible galaxies in the universe, conservatively estimated by astronomers at around 140 billion, were each the size of a Jolly Green Giant frozen pea, they would fill the Royal Albert Hall (and possibly many more, but please leave out the Bell Center -- it seems impossibly cramped) to the brim?
Oh, you knew that? Well, get set: in EACH of those 140 billion galaxies are at least 100 billion stars. And for every billion stars there are probably at least two billion planets. And of those billion planets, there are probably at least two showing I Love Lucy in reruns already.
Think about it. Please. So I don't have to.