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SweetSweetCandy

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« Reply #80 on: 11-11-2003 23:55 »
« Last Edit on: 11-11-2003 23:55 »

Mine was Love's Labours Lost In Space. I thought it was hilarious and i've watched them all ever since.
mjsmith

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« Reply #81 on: 11-12-2003 00:34 »
« Last Edit on: 11-12-2003 00:34 »

Mine is Space Pilot 3000 the night Futurama premired.  smile
Dolcelannah

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« Reply #82 on: 11-12-2003 04:39 »

The first one I saw was the pilot, Space Pilot 3000 - I read about Futurama in our TV guide and it looked ok, and I watched it, and it was BRILLIANT! :P So I've taped every episode that screened here in Oz  big grin
TalaxianHunter

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« Reply #83 on: 11-13-2003 16:16 »

Space Pilot 3000, the night it started on Fox.  I didn't miss an episode (when it was shown) after that.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #84 on: 11-13-2003 18:33 »

Ditto. My first episode was Space Pilot 3000!  I didn't think I'd like Futurama at first, then after the second episode, I was a fan!
thecrashtd

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« Reply #85 on: 11-13-2003 21:17 »

My first was Space Pilot 3000, when it first aired on FOX  smile
CyberKnight

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« Reply #86 on: 11-13-2003 21:24 »

Mine was SP3K, on the Season One DVDs, when they first came out (I borrowed them off my housemate). Then the S2 DVDs six months later (being at University made it difficult to watch any Futurama except that from DVDs (i.e. the internet connection was too slow and the (communal) TV only got terrestrial). Then I watched a small handful of S4 episodes my housemate had "acquired"  wink and then I started filling in the blanks myself.  big grin
Kyler

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« Reply #87 on: 11-14-2003 09:06 »

My First Was SP3K,After that I didn't get to Start Watching Faithfully Until Raging Bender.
Gleno

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« Reply #88 on: 11-14-2003 10:40 »

I just wanted to say I got my Dad into Futurama....I started him off from the beginning with the dvd's and he loves it.... big grin
We started Season 3 today and he really loved AWITM....especially Zapp's lines  laff

Also it's so much more enjoyable to watch the show with somebody who has never seen it....I was laughing even harder (even though I've seen them heaps) just from hearing my Dad's laughter....aaah good times....
zoidberg74

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« Reply #89 on: 11-14-2003 12:37 »

SP3000 when it first aired, but i didn't think that much of it at the time. i didn't really get into the show until the characters began to really grow on me, over a year later. for that reason, i think that they should have started the series with another episode, already in the future. that way, we could have gotten used to the character relationships from the get-go. they could have used the pilot as a flashback episode to see just how it all came about.
FlasUrama

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« Reply #90 on: 11-14-2003 17:33 »

My first episode was the Pilot (Space Pilot 3000) and channel 4 (UK) and ive been a fan ever since, although channel 4 don't air futurama anymore, frown but i watched it when ever i could
Whither_Canada

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« Reply #91 on: 11-15-2003 08:27 »

Mine was Space Pilot 3000, too. I remember it aired two days after my birthday, on March 28.
John C
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« Reply #92 on: 11-15-2003 11:35 »
« Last Edit on: 11-27-2006 00:00 »

I do believe my first ep was Jurassic Bark, although I can't remember very well. It wasn't 'til I started seeing reruns on Adult Swim that I was totally hooked.   wink
Margarita

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« Reply #93 on: 11-15-2003 11:40 »

Spacepilot 3000. and i started loving futurama from that episode.
Ol´coot

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« Reply #94 on: 11-16-2003 12:07 »

I had no clue that Futurama existed until last year when I caught an episode (don't remember which one). Wonderful marketing job FOX, stick a show on at 7 pm EST on a Sunday! I tried to become a regular but it kept getting pre - empted so I eventually gave up. Thank goodness for the DVDs!!!!

If the idiots at FOX ever need a job they could go to work for the TX lottery commision, they actually pay people to make stupid decisions!

Venting completed, resuming normal mode....
spacepilot3000

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« Reply #95 on: 11-16-2003 20:57 »

Like almost everyone else in this forum, my first episode was SP3K.
1 of the gang

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« Reply #96 on: 11-16-2003 21:26 »

My first episode was actually LLLIS...my friend told me about Futurama and I tuned in and instintly fell in love with it.
Scifly

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« Reply #97 on: 11-16-2003 22:03 »

My first episode was I, roomate.
Futurama_Hil

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« Reply #98 on: 11-20-2003 22:26 »

I admit I didn't get into the Futurama scene until CN got it.

It was I Second That Emotion, the very first time I got my very first look at Futurama. I didn't pay attention, in fact I was angered that it took The Flinstones' place which I'd watch.

My first full ep was PYHOMS when I couldn't sleep, and I fell in love with it. Then one thing led to the next, and look where I am now!  wink
M0le

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« Reply #99 on: 11-22-2003 07:25 »

My first was 'Anthology of Interest 1'
TheFryMan

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« Reply #100 on: 11-22-2003 11:42 »

I have no idea what mine was i was fliipin around the channels and fry was apoligizing to leela and bender was fixing something and he was connected to the spaceship....... i think it was from season 3
1 of the gang

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« Reply #101 on: 11-23-2003 03:43 »

I'm 99% sure your thinking of Time Keeps On Slippin'.
Gleno

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« Reply #102 on: 11-23-2003 09:59 »

 
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Originally posted by Futurama_Hil:

It was I Second That Emotion, the very first time I got my very first look at Futurama. I didn't pay attention, in fact I was angered that it took The Flinstones' place which I'd watch.

My first full ep was PYHOMS when I couldn't sleep, and I fell in love with it. Then one thing led to the next, and look where I am now!   wink

The Flintstones....? Man even as a kid I couldn't get into that show....I know it ran for a long time but I dunno....Smurfs rule....!

Sorry for going offtopic but I've posted here already....SP3000....!

Futurama_Hil

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« Reply #103 on: 11-23-2003 10:37 »

Meh, I didn't really like it...just kept me occupied.  smile
Some Guy
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« Reply #104 on: 11-24-2003 02:37 »

I first watched SP3000, the first time it was broadcast.  You know, before the line "JFK Junior Airport" was replaced by "Radio City Mutant Hall."  I couldn't keep track of the schedule and lost interest until last year.  A friend of mine got me hooked on Family Guy, and then I remembered about Futurama.  I was hooked again
winna

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« Reply #105 on: 11-24-2003 02:42 »

I remember when it said JFK Junior Airport and then I always wondered why I found it so odd when they said Radio City Mutant Hall, and then the DVD's made me remember what it originally said.
Rakija

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« Reply #106 on: 11-24-2003 03:49 »

How ironic,
My first episode happened to be the first episode of Futurama
ooy

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« Reply #107 on: 11-25-2003 04:50 »

mine was sp3k in Tasmania. ahh... how i remember it was on after 'that 70's show'. i didn't think i'd like it then the first line... ::sighs:: then i distictly remember seeing a big piece of garbage as the 2nd one. oh well that shows southorn cross and channel 7 are alike.
PIFLNJFC

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« Reply #108 on: 11-25-2003 05:50 »

My first ever episode was Paraasites los when fry eat the sandwhich with the worms in it and from then on I was hooked
(one day i hope to eat a sandwhich with clever worms in it to make me the ruler of the Univers)
 big grin (Joke)
Vamsi

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« Reply #109 on: 11-25-2003 12:33 »

Like many others, my first episode was the pilot. I was so psyched when I heard Groening was coming out with a scifi-themed animated comedy. I just knew I would love it and the pilot didn't disappoint.

I guess it was after Luck of the Fryrish that I realized Futurama had replaced The Simpsons as my favorite show.
derego

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« Reply #110 on: 01-24-2004 11:16 »
« Last Edit on: 01-24-2004 11:16 »

Space Pilot 3000.

I still remember that for a while I did not know what to think, plenty of running and escapes, quite different from Simpsons etc. Then I remember watching the next episode 'Series has landed' (sp?) with Whalers on the moon etc and actually did not like that too much.

Then, in January 2000 I was having a short break in Killarney, Ireland (totally enjoyable that time of the year, I recommend), and Futurama (the Single-Female-Lawyer episode) and I was     eek

Then, actually I started watching it in a serious manner springtime 2001, and also have started to enjoy it more and more     big grin


(Sorry for not remembering the names of the episodes but the DVDs are somewhere else...) 
Bender-1729
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« Reply #111 on: 01-24-2004 12:02 »

My first episode was the german version of "Spacepilot 3000 (Zeit und Raum 3000)"

My first original english episode was "The Honking"
kelley

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« Reply #112 on: 01-24-2004 13:35 »

when the show first premired i was there!i still remeber the preview from the week before it showed
Jish

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« Reply #113 on: 01-24-2004 23:44 »

My story is a strange one. I first heard of it from Nickelodeon magazine (Yeah, I used to get it years ago...), when it was the cover story. I didn't think it seemed all that great, seeing as how I had never even SEEN the Simpsons, and I ended up forgetting about it entirely. I never saw a single episode of it on FOX.

Then when it came to Adult Swim, I saw the commercials, and I remembered it. Oh yeah, it's THAT show! I decided to watch it (Space Pilot), and I liked it, so I kept watching it. I saw all the eps up to Where No Fan Has Gone Before (the last ep they showed before going back to Space Pilot), and then I kept watching it after it started showing reruns.

Eventually I did a Google search for Futurama, and found gotfuturama.com. When I discovered there were other episodes not aired on Cartoon Network, I was interested and bcame even more hooked. On another note, I saw the Adult Swim premire of Family Guy too, and since then the two shows have been pretty much the only ones I watch often. Occasionally I watch other things like Crank Yankers, South Park, various Nick shows (mostly Fairly Oddparents, Spongebob, Zim), and I always watch the other AS comedies, but Futurama and Family Guy are my favorites.

This Christmas, I got the Series 2 DVD's for each show (well, series 3, disc set 2 for FG), and I hope to get the other DVD's sometime.
Unknown

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« Reply #114 on: 01-24-2004 23:57 »

My first was Space Pilot 3000, when it first aired.  I watched it on and off for the next few years, but I really started liking it much more about the time it ended up on Adult Swim.
LAN.gnome

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« Reply #115 on: 01-25-2004 00:00 »

 
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Originally posted by Unknown:
My first was Space Pilot 3000, when it first aired.  I watched it on and off for the next few years, but I really started liking it much more about the time it ended up on Adult Swim.

Ditto.
bender0101

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« Reply #116 on: 01-25-2004 00:54 »

space pilot 3000 for me was the first one
QueenOfRobonia

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« Reply #117 on: 01-25-2004 05:05 »

SP3K for me of course, when it was first shown in England, but I probably wouldn't have thought to watch it if it hadn't been for sky showing the bit when fry comes out of the Cryogenic tube, and says the best line about his parents etc. etc., I watched it on and off but now i have all the DVDS so I love it.
Ryans head

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« Reply #118 on: 01-25-2004 06:08 »

space pilot 3000

it was on my brothers x-box i was bored oneday and watched it and tehn progressivley watched every episode i could get my hands on
chay´s head

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« Reply #119 on: 01-25-2004 06:11 »
« Last Edit on: 01-25-2004 06:11 »

you raise a smelly point ryans head, welcome to peel noob   smile    big grin
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