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PEE Poll: Favorite episode from Season Three (week two)
Time keeps on slippin'     -4 (14.8%)
I Dated A Robot   -0 (0%)
Roswell that Ends Well   -14 (51.9%)
A Tale of Two Santas   -2 (7.4%)
Anthology of Interest II   -3 (11.1%)
Where the Buggalo Roam     -1 (3.7%)
A Pharaoh To Remember   -0 (0%)
Godfellas   -3 (11.1%)
Futurestocks   -0 (0%)
A Leela of Her Own   -0 (0%)
Total Voters: 27

Otis P Jivefunk

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« on: 04-13-2002 06:14 »

As I thought "The Luck of The Fryrish" is in the lead with "Parasties Lost" close behind on the previous Poll. This Poll will be very interesting because it's got many new episodes in it, I wonder how they will do compared to the older episodes.

Oh and before people start yelling at me for not including "Love & Rocket" or "Leela's Homeworld" it's because they are not part of the Season three production season. I'll make another Poll in the future with the left over episodes, after Fox has aired the finale to the current season.

 
 


 
   
 
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« Reply #1 on: 04-13-2002 06:15 »
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Godfellas, but they are all a bit alkward to choose from! Then Roswell that ends well, but all very, very close
cellery

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« Reply #2 on: 04-13-2002 06:20 »

"The Route of All Evil" should be in there, but due to Fox's incompetence in airing episodes in order it's not. I'll go with "Roswell" since the visuals were awesome and the orchestration was wonderful. Great story, tons of laughs, and Leela looked good in the poodle skirt.
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« Reply #3 on: 04-13-2002 07:08 »
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Almost went with Godfellas ("Aaaaaah! Hothothothothaaaaaah!" ) but I'll pick Anthology of Interest II for the barrage of hilarity--the senior-citizen-nerd party sequence, the chili-dog-kiss*, one dead grotesquely-obese manball, D.U.I. Friday's, a toaster-raccoon, All Your Base Are Belong To Us!, the Widow Pac-Man, "Monkeys aren't donkeys! Stop messing with my head!!," both Rush AND Shasta, "It's okay, I had another guy!!," monkey cake and twice-baked bar f*gs, The Cute Witch's "women sizes" line, "I wanna be a witch!," Wurmstrom!, and a robot frog. Zoidberg, Amy, and Farnsworth got better scenes here than they've gotten all season. Unbridled giggles. I love the dramatic stuff too, but this was just TDF (Too Damn Funny).

*I canNOT be the only guy here who wants to see more of Human Bender's black dance-partner, whether she shows nipple or not. She's HOT.

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« Reply #4 on: 04-13-2002 11:41 »

unfortunately, i've only seen three of those episodes (AoI2, Two Santas, Roswell) and all three of those were brilliant. it was very hard to choose between them but i picked A Tale of Two Santas  big grin "And I'm his friend Jesus!" lol  big grin
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« Reply #5 on: 04-13-2002 11:50 »

I am going for Roswell that ends well; there is so much clever stuff in it.  I enjoyed the super retro look.  40s and 50s scifi is composes a lot Futurama and going back to then was classic.  Plus it took a lot from many time travel stories, funny gags, and a paradox which I am sure *everyone* loved  wink

I liked Godfellas, but it wasn't terribly funny.  It was a "spiritual" episode.

AOI2 was good also, but I liked Roswell the most.
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« Reply #6 on: 04-13-2002 12:06 »

I liked both AOI2 and Roswell that ends well... but I DID NOT like the pharao one.. it was dis-gus-ting
FishyJoe

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« Reply #7 on: 04-13-2002 12:34 »

I recently rewatched Tale of Two Santas and AOI2...I don't think I gave them enough credit when I first reviewed them, because they are both hilarious episodes. But, Roswell That Ends well has a certain something that makes it the best of this season.
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« Reply #8 on: 04-13-2002 12:40 »

No question.  "Roswell That Ends Well".
Teral

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« Reply #9 on: 04-13-2002 13:45 »

"Roswell That Ends Well", no doubt there. That episode was just too cool. Nice take on time paradox', great jokes, amazing CGI, brilliant use of all characters, Zoidy's lines, great references to ST and the Roswell "conspiracy", President Truman, the list goes on. I simply can't lavish enough praise on the staff at Futurama for making this episode. It ranks squarly in my top-5.

The scene with the PE ship strafing the Roswell Airbase, and escaping with the radar dish, alone is worth seeing this episode for. That have to be one of the coolest moments of an animated show.

Honarable mentions would go to: "A Tale Of Two Santas", "Godfellas" and "A Leela Of her Own". They're all top-notch episodes, but "Roswell" has that craziness that puts it over the top.

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« Reply #10 on: 04-13-2002 14:07 »

Unfortunately I haven't seen half of those episodes yet, with no idea about when TOTS will air in the UK. So I went with TKOS because it is just class.  wink
Tzlk
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« Reply #11 on: 04-13-2002 14:09 »

gata go with Time Keeps On Slippen
Clare

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« Reply #12 on: 04-13-2002 14:21 »

Sigh...... haven't seen any of them yet.   cry
Nixorbo

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« Reply #13 on: 04-13-2002 15:13 »

Roswell that Ends Well, one of Zoidy's shining moments.

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Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #14 on: 04-13-2002 16:23 »

I went with the Roswell episode too, one of the all time classics smile
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« Reply #15 on: 04-13-2002 16:40 »

Rosswell that ends well is my favourite.
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« Reply #16 on: 04-14-2002 03:37 »

my favorite is also rosswell that ends well.
Teral

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« Reply #17 on: 04-14-2002 04:24 »

Aww, man! Now I wish I'd gone for "A Leela Of Her Own". It's not fair it haven't gotten a single vote yet, but, oh no, I had to vote according to my opinions. Stupid democracy!
Ben

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« Reply #18 on: 04-14-2002 04:57 »

The video-game act of AoI2 was great, but I'm gonna have to go with Roswell That Ends Well.
BrainSluggo

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« Reply #19 on: 04-14-2002 05:46 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
Aww, man! Now I wish I'd gone for "A Leela Of Her Own". It's not fair it haven't gotten a single vote yet, but, oh no, I had to vote according to my opinions. Stupid democracy!

No "pity" votes!
BumbleBeeTheta

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« Reply #20 on: 04-14-2002 15:43 »

I voted for "Time Keeps On Slippin'".  It's one of my all-time favorite episodes...  love

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cellery

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« Reply #21 on: 04-14-2002 17:08 »

Wow, some fine episodes in this group but Roswell is killing all of them! One of the runaway polls by far, the others were pretty close.
meisterPOOP

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« Reply #22 on: 04-14-2002 20:47 »

I am Dy'an to find out who wins.
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« Reply #23 on: 04-15-2002 06:27 »

Got to be Roswell.

The whole episode is a work of genius, all the characters are brilliantly written (especially Zoidberg trying to make friends with Truman) and the attack on the air base has me in stitches every time I watch it.
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