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« Reply #80 on: 01-22-2005 21:50 »

 
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Originally posted by elkie:
I love to watch it! theres nothing better than a futurama marathon when you have a hangover! mmmm, good times, good times!

Shit, that's what I did on the exact day that was posted!  God, was I hung over.

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« Reply #81 on: 01-22-2005 23:07 »

I have seen most episodes way too few times to get bored of it yet, although if I were to watch great batches of episodes in a row almost every day, it would be understandable that I'd get sick of it eventually. Futurama, as well as almost as anything else is only great when you take it in small doses.

Futurama is a show that doesn't have a great load of episodes, so it's possible that someone can get bored with it after some time... but if I ever happen to get bored with it, I'm pretty sure I'll want to rewatch some of the episodes whenever I'll feel like it in the future. Now, I've got to get all the episodes on DVD firstly to achieve that, though.  tongue
winna

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« Reply #82 on: 09-08-2014 10:39 »

Getting bored with Futurama is easy.  But I can't ever leave it, it has become part of me.  I saw the show since its first inceptions, I remember the commercial that got me hooked.  I'm closely bonded with people in this community who also got hooked on the show.  I have a website, and I've been visiting futurama websites since I got a steady connection to the internet. 

I already have it planned out though.  When I get older I will buy a big suitcase/trunkboxthingy and put all my futurama dvds in that box.  I will also include in there a dvd player (just in case time makes fools of us all).  I will then take floppy discs and cds and copy off wallpapers and icons and games and other things off the internet.  I'll probably include every page of the Futurama website museum along with old logs which still spark memories.  I might download all the episodes and put the them on cd too and put them in there; I regret I didn't videotape all the episodes when they first came on, or I'd put them in there too.  I'm going to put up all my Futurama memories in a box for safekeeping forever and ever.  And when I find someone I can share my deepest interests with I will pull out that box and look through it and we'll watch a few episodes.  And a little later, when I have kids, I will pull that box out again and I'll introduce them to Futurama.  And when I'm dead and chopped up into little pieces, my Last Will & Testament will have a clause in it giving that box... the box of Futurama to my dearest.

You see.  Futurama isn't just a show for me anymore.  It was with me during an important period in my life, and even if the jokes get old and stale, those stories... those characters will be with me.  And the people (I'm sure the ones I'm talking about, know I'm talking about them) I met along the way, they will be here too *points to heart*

So, how's that working out for you?
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« Reply #83 on: 09-08-2014 10:46 »

Getting bored with Futurama is easy.  But I can't ever leave it, it has become part of me.  I saw the show since its first inceptions, I remember the commercial that got me hooked.  I'm closely bonded with people in this community who also got hooked on the show.  I have a website, and I've been visiting futurama websites since I got a steady connection to the internet. 

I already have it planned out though.  When I get older I will buy a big suitcase/trunkboxthingy and put all my futurama dvds in that box.  I will also include in there a dvd player (just in case time makes fools of us all).  I will then take floppy discs and cds and copy off wallpapers and icons and games and other things off the internet.  I'll probably include every page of the Futurama website museum along with old logs which still spark memories.  I might download all the episodes and put the them on cd too and put them in there; I regret I didn't videotape all the episodes when they first came on, or I'd put them in there too.  I'm going to put up all my Futurama memories in a box for safekeeping forever and ever.  And when I find someone I can share my deepest interests with I will pull out that box and look through it and we'll watch a few episodes.  And a little later, when I have kids, I will pull that box out again and I'll introduce them to Futurama.  And when I'm dead and chopped up into little pieces, my Last Will & Testament will have a clause in it giving that box... the box of Futurama to my dearest.

You see.  Futurama isn't just a show for me anymore.  It was with me during an important period in my life, and even if the jokes get old and stale, those stories... those characters will be with me.  And the people (I'm sure the ones I'm talking about, know I'm talking about them) I met along the way, they will be here too *points to heart*

So, how's that working out for you?

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« Reply #84 on: 09-15-2014 23:31 »

I'm kind of sick of the show, now, too. Sick is too strong a word, but basically, I love this show so much that I've over-watched it.

Normally, it wouldn't be an issue. I'd just leave it a few years until I feel like marathon-ing the entire series from start to finish again, but my girlfriend hasn't seen every episode hundreds of times like I have; she's probably only seen them 5-10 times a piece, so she's making me watch my way through it all again.

I've not seen season 7 nearly as many times as the rest, but season 7 is also not nearly as good as the rest, so it seems to have evened out.
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« Reply #85 on: 09-16-2014 02:33 »

I've been watching "Reincarnation" over and over. Haven't got tired of it yet. Just love the damn thing, so frickin' funny. Next to "The Sting", it's my fave ep.
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« Reply #86 on: 09-16-2014 03:07 »

I guess I'm semi-sick of it, although I'm quite confident that I'll always love Futurama. Seeing every episode so many times does that, I suppose.
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« Reply #87 on: 09-16-2014 03:45 »

I watch it for a while, get sick of it for a few months, then dive head-first back into watching it. I do this for all things, even masturbation.
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« Reply #88 on: 09-16-2014 05:20 »

You masturbate by "diving in head first?" I'm going to need to see some diagrams here.

And seriously, that's not even a sexual request. I am genuinely curious as to how that works.
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« Reply #89 on: 09-16-2014 08:17 »


Oh, I thought Motor meant watching masturbation.  English is such an ambiguous language smile

Beamer

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« Reply #90 on: 09-16-2014 09:05 »

Oh, I thought you meant masturbatory language.
Motor Oil

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« Reply #91 on: 09-16-2014 16:54 »

Dildos can have heads, too....
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« Reply #92 on: 09-20-2014 16:21 »
« Last Edit on: 01-18-2016 18:36 »

I've seen every episode at least a couple of times too and I'm not bored. They're just something I watch when I'm bored.

I saw saw this article and thought you may like it. It's about the 3 Week Diet.
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« Reply #93 on: 09-20-2014 17:27 »

That would be the "Futurama with bored" thread.
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