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SwanMan3000

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« on: 10-10-2003 06:34 »

There was a million reasons why the devils hands are idol play things was so good, but i just thought id like to tell everyone of one thing i thought was quite clever and i dont think anyone has mentioned. At the start of each episode the billboard they crash into they always crash into a classic cartoon. One that everyone considers popular and that reached its goal of being a great cartoon. At the start of TDHAIPT it shows the screen itself that never endless thing, i thought this was saying that futurama had reached the title by the last episode of being great and better than ever exected.
Thats just what i want to say maybe im reading to much into it. i do study media so... anyway your opinions of the last episode.
Teral

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« Reply #1 on: 10-10-2003 06:46 »

Already mentined (sort of) by yours truely in this thread: Thoughts on [4ACV18] - The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings

But, yeah, that's the message they try to send, but only the hardcore fans (in other words PEELers and the like) will make the connection.
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