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RexSand

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« on: 09-09-2007 23:31 »

The last scene in Jarassic bark had raised many questions I have about Mr.Panucci.

In the flashback On how Seymore's life unfolded after Frys leave of absence. Mr.Panucci is shown aging along with his pizza parler. The flashback covers about 12 humen years one can assume.

So my questions are as follows.

1. Is it at all possible that with Mr.Panucci's hendering health and his failing buisness that Seymore may have just outlived Mr.Panucci?

2. Is it just me or does Mr.Panucci age alot for only 12 years?

3. Mr.Panucci tried to feed Seymore possibly leading on that he cared much more about Fry then he led on?

4. Considering Seymore knew exactly were Fry was do you think it was possible that he waited just because he felt guilty?
El_Luxo

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« Reply #1 on: 09-10-2007 14:27 »

1. Yeah, Mr Panucci does not seem healthy in any way... at all.
2. same answer as nr 1.
3. Yeah i would like to think Mr Panucci likes Fry alot (who would not?)  smile and Panucci clearly seems happier with Seymor around. First time he smiles i think. And i think panucci also gives a complimant to fry and his outfit in that episode? (Not sure though).
4. Nah, Seymore is still a dog, and i dont think he is smart enough to understand that Fry wont come out of that ice box.

Thats what i think anyway  smile
RexSand

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« Reply #2 on: 09-10-2007 17:17 »

It would seem Mr.Panucci complimented Fry's outfit more sarcastically then anything though.
totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #3 on: 09-11-2007 22:48 »

Great. Now the Panucci/Fry shippers will start pouring out of the woodwork  roll eyes
tyraniak

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« Reply #4 on: 09-12-2007 00:29 »

we're called Franucci
David A

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« Reply #5 on: 09-12-2007 13:52 »

 
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1. Is it at all possible that with Mr.Panucci's hendering health and his failing buisness that Seymore may have just outlived Mr.Panucci?

I don't know what "hendering" means, but sure, it's possible.

 
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2. Is it just me or does Mr.Panucci age alot for only 12 years?

I dunno.  How old was he to begin with?

 
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3. Mr.Panucci tried to feed Seymore possibly leading on that he cared much more about Fry then he led on?

Why shouldn't Mr. Panucci try to feed him?  Fry wasn't around, and the dog was always sitting on the sidewalk in front of his pizzeria.  Someone had to feed him.

Also, I'm not sure what you mean by caring much more about Fry than he let on.  Mr. Panucci seems to treat Fry pretty well for an employee.

 
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4. Considering Seymore knew exactly were Fry was do you think it was possible that he waited just because he felt guilty?

No.  He waited for Fry out of loyalty; not guilt or stupidity or anything else.  Loyalty.  If you don't understand that, then I don't know how to explain it to you.
El_Luxo

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« Reply #6 on: 09-14-2007 15:04 »

 
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Originally posted by tyraniak:
we're called Franucci

Haha, damn right!

IamBender

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« Reply #7 on: 10-17-2007 00:40 »

fr@nucci? u serious?
trickster381

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« Reply #8 on: 10-17-2007 06:56 »

franucci ???
Officer 1BDI

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« Reply #9 on: 10-17-2007 19:12 »
« Last Edit on: 10-17-2007 19:12 »

   
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Originally posted by totalnerduk:
Great. Now the Panucci/Fry shippers will start pouring out of the woodwork     roll eyes

Oh Lord no.

I was never under the impression that Seymour outlived Panucci (although it's possible).  I didn't think Panucci's aging was too rapid; I had always assumed he was getting on in years even while Fry was still around.  That, coupled with the stress of being a consistently angry pizzeria owner would probably cause him to age in a less than flattering manner.
Frida Waterfall

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« Reply #10 on: 10-17-2007 19:32 »

Just real quickly, but is it possible that Mr. Panucci is an ancestor to Sal? I remember seeing a Sal's Pizzaria in the future, so I just pondered on the thought of there being a connection between the two.
Sine Wave

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« Reply #11 on: 10-17-2007 19:37 »

Sal's done everything blue collar ever in the future. I think they're both just based on the stereotypical lower-echelon New Yorker.
Kryten

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« Reply #12 on: 10-17-2007 19:49 »

My theory is that SAL (or, Synthetic Android Laborer) was an early attempt to create a humanlike robot, but they wound up with a fat, lazy slob. They unloaded their entire stock on companies looking for dicount robots, and today, SALs are used all over to fill the crappy jobs nobody wants to do.

Unfortunately, the SALs don't do 'em either, but you get what you pay for.
Frida Waterfall

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« Reply #13 on: 10-17-2007 20:35 »

If we have SALs, then why didn't the professor just hire a crew of SALs?
Kryten

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« Reply #14 on: 10-17-2007 21:03 »

Because he actually wanted to get things done.
Frida Waterfall

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« Reply #15 on: 10-17-2007 23:00 »

Good point.

Where did the idea of Sal being a series of clones or identical robots come from?
Kryten

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« Reply #16 on: 10-17-2007 23:10 »

They suggested on the commentary for "The Series Has Landed" that maybe he's a bunch of clones. Who knows?
Cleansingfire

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« Reply #17 on: 10-18-2007 00:08 »

I like Kryten's mass-produced android idea. SAL is probably a cyborg, though, as he appears to have real skin in The Cryonic Woman.

On Panucci, he's what, in his fifties around 1999? Ten years later he's in his sixties; he could be pushing seventy. He doesn't seem to have aged too much.
RexSand

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« Reply #18 on: 10-20-2007 16:39 »

Mr.Panucci also appeared to be sick atleast to what i could see. I mean look at him
BeanBeanBean!

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« Reply #19 on: 10-31-2007 07:11 »

Let's be fair , he was on his death bed in the winter.
trickster381

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« Reply #20 on: 11-04-2007 11:01 »

How was Seymour found standing up in the parlour if he was frozen laying down outside
Teral

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« Reply #21 on: 11-04-2007 11:23 »

Rigor mortis? The Hollywood version, that is...
trickster381

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« Reply #22 on: 11-04-2007 11:43 »

huh-wha?
small fry

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« Reply #23 on: 11-12-2007 08:16 »

maybe the sals are based on the sal in the one with real skin and the reason the professer didnt buy one is cause they cost to much the other sals could be robots its probaly the most likely anwser

in a flight to remeber the professer commentsat the begining that it was his gift for not paying them enough

and also in love and a rocket you see all the bad saftey conditions he fixed so he was probaly rying to save money not buying a s.a.l
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