Continuity? Futurama? Hahahahahahaa....
*dies of laughter*
The program is great but continuity it doesn't have.
Now that's it nine years later I strongly, strongly beg to differ. The writers had us all fooled back then.
Now here's my question: Do you think the writers planned out from Day One the events that took place in The Why of Fry, Roswell that Ends Well, and Bender's Big Score? Or that they just made it up as they went along? We all know they made the supposed shadow of Nibbler in the pilot, but do you think they coud have foreseen that opening scene of the Earth getting destroyed as being caused partly by Bender as seen in BBS?
I think they may have has some vague ideas, like Fry being the accidental hero and Nibbler being more important than he is, but many of those things I think they just threw in there for laughs when it fit the story line. Either way I loved it.
Since the show's first cancellation in 2003 it has grown in popularity due much to the reruns and movies. With Season 6 over and Season 7 approaching, and with much discussion already have taken place on the quality of Season 6 episodes, my question is: Do you think the show is gonna lose some fans because of these transitions over the years, or will it simply gain new ones? Will it gain more than it loses?