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Schwestar Kaffee
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« on: 05-23-2000 07:44 »

Ever wondered why the "Applied Cryogenics" building wasn't destroyed when the UFOs wiped out New York in "Space Pilot 3000"?

The answer can be found in the latest episode. The material the entire building is made of is magic.

Fry is only able to break the glass of this refrigerator thing because he uses the Mace +1 from Gary Gygax!
slimmyCGEF

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« Reply #1 on: 05-23-2000 09:37 »

haha, yeah... maybe the aliens were the omicrons, and didn't want to spoil the futurama episodes  smile maybe they'd seen the introduction at omicron persei
Marissa
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« Reply #2 on: 05-23-2000 15:36 »

Lol, that`s funny. Well, Fry was supposed to be in the future as shown in that episode, so he was protected somehow. Besides, those cryo tubes look strong. Maybe when picking up the ruins of NNY, they found frozen Fry, possibly along with others and moved them to the building he woke up in, made on purpose to be a replica so the frozen people wouldn`t be TOTALLY shocked when they awakened.

Something crossed my mind: I wonder if there`s a law against unfreezing people before their time. Wouldn`t the scientists remove Fry when they found him?

But this mystery was revealed! We found out where the party whistle came from  smile I think Groening has read some of the things at the Futurama Chronicles.  Also, I make up a lot of Futurama stories, both turned into scripts and not. A LOT of times, situations I thought up actually happen on the show, it`s creepy!
Z:o:i:d:b:e:r:G
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« Reply #3 on: 05-23-2000 18:14 »

 
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Originally posted by Marissa:
Also, I make up a lot of Futurama stories, both turned into scripts and not. A LOT of times, situations I thought up actually happen on the show, it`s creepy!

Jeez, that is creepy!  You should become a writer or something!  You'd be good at it too.  Your Fanscript-O-Rama emails are great!

Good work!


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Marissa
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« Reply #4 on: 05-23-2000 18:50 »

Thanks  smile
JasonCGEF

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« Reply #5 on: 05-24-2000 01:13 »

Nah. If you worked for a TV series, would you bother to hire more writers when you can easily find ideas on the internet for free? The Futurama Outlet is big on fan fiction, and I'm pretty sure the people involved with Futurama have been to the site at least once. I think the writers are screwing you, Marissa. Track em down and ask for a check  smile

Jason Peavey
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Marissa
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« Reply #6 on: 05-24-2000 14:58 »

Reason I mentioned the Chronicles is because they have a lot of inconsistancies pointed out in the episode capsules. A lot of them have been mentioned or answered recnetly. Groening said that Cubert would answer things from fanatics or something like that.

LOL. I`d love to  smile Dream of mine is to be a writer and/or storyboard artist for an animation series.
JDHannan

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« Reply #7 on: 06-25-2003 12:57 »

A building made of magic? well that may be a little off the wall, but the concept is sound.
SamuelXDiamond

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« Reply #8 on: 06-25-2003 13:19 »

Digging up a 3-year old thread? Damn, man, this corpse is stinking worse than Wanky's wastebasket...
aslate

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« Reply #9 on: 06-25-2003 14:27 »
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Digging up a 3-year old thread? Damn, man, this corpse is stinking worse than Wanky's wastebasket...

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VelourFog

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« Reply #10 on: 06-25-2003 20:30 »

<h2>Please Note: Digging up old threads for no good reason is LAME</h2>

we are not amused
JDHannan

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« Reply #11 on: 06-26-2003 12:36 »

why?  i got tired of reading the same old topics over and over and i wanted to see what the past was like.  Of all the show's forums that should allow time manipulation, it should be this one.
VelourFog

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« Reply #12 on: 06-26-2003 13:10 »

i'm not saying old topics don't have any value. but if you bring back an old thread try to have something useful to add. something like, "hmm. magic, eh?" isn't really adding anything and usually the thread just gets filled with spam and junk (see above) as a result of it being bumped up.
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