Cassandra Hatton loves many things. She loves spacesuits. She loves moonrocks. She really, really loves Richard Feynman. Over the years, Cassandra’s unique interests outgrew her desk and her department. This year, she created a new department named Science and Popular Culture, where, it seems, she is currently holding a 66–154-million-year-old triceratops skull. Intrigued, we gave Cassandra a film crew, an afternoon, and asked her to explain it all.