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PEE Poll: What is the 24th best Futurama episode ever?
I, Roommate   -5 (17.9%)
The Problem with Popplers   -7 (25%)
Bender's Big Score   -5 (17.9%)
How Hermes Requisitioned His Grove Back   -7 (25%)
A Clone of My Own   -4 (14.3%)
Total Voters: 28

AdrenalinDragon

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« Reply #640 on: 08-02-2012 04:48 »

Well, I think it's safe to assume that this round is over now.

Next episode for voting?
Free Hot Meal

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« Reply #641 on: 06-09-2018 17:54 »

Well, I guess 6+ years is long enough to keep this pole open lol. I'm sure there is not enough activity around here anymore to try and continue this, but I feel compelled to put a nice bow around this thread that I started and finish this round. I'll post the final stats for the 24th episode shortly. Thanks all for your votes over the years! smile
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #642 on: 06-09-2018 22:22 »

I voted A Clone of My Own, classic Cubert smile


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« Reply #643 on: 06-10-2018 00:46 »

Popplers, Popplers, get your Popplers here!

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« Reply #644 on: 06-10-2018 04:28 »

Wow, new votes!! Let's see how it plays out over the next day before I officially call it (6 years in the making lol). 
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #645 on: 06-10-2018 05:40 »

Looks like I never got my Love and Rocket or Future Stock. cry
Gorky

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« Reply #646 on: 06-11-2018 02:06 »

Popplers, Popplers, get your Popplers here!

I'll second that--though it was tough deciding between "The Problem With Popplers" and "I, Roommate." It ultimately came down to the fact that I have always loved the former, which strikes me as an unquestionable classic, while the latter took years to really grow on me.

Like, "I, Roommate" is a pretty quotable episode (I find myself using "I hate the people who love me and they hate me" quite often), and it establishes a bunch of important recurring plot and character points (All My Circuits, Bender getting "drunk" in the absence of alcohol, Fry and Bender's living arrangement)...but it also makes generous use of Jerkass Fry, which is my least favorite iteration of Fry.

Not that his behavior is all that stellar in TPWP, but at least when Leela calls him out for sucking down Popplers like the fat hog he is, he more or less concedes the point. wink
athena1999

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« Reply #647 on: 06-14-2018 05:32 »

We're still on #24? Get it together, PEEL.  wink

That's a tough one. Out of the five listed above, my favourite is "The Problem With Popplers". The second season was the strongest out of all the Fox seasons in terms of story and dialogue. The pacing was great, the characters were the best established, and the story was strong and had those few twists that make a good story even better. However, the second season couldn't have reached that peak had the first season not been written, and "I, Roommate" is a close second as it helped add that initial depth to Fry's and Bender's personalities and relationship. As Gorks said, it was also very quotable and helped set up several recurring elements within the series.
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