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Bending Unit
« on: 10-03-2001 16:19 »

A thing I have noticed...

In the "Hell is other robots" episode where Bender was taking to hell and Fry, Leela and Nibbler was lookin for him.
They arrive to a amusement Park and Fry says that he knows that place.
Has the ruins of that amusement Park just been there in a thousand years?
That dosent make sense

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Bending Unit
« Reply #1 on: 10-03-2001 18:53 »

I remember that, too. The park was called "Reckless Ted's Funland" or something.

There are 2500 year old ruins of theaters and temples in Greece, so why can't there be 1000 year old amusement parks in the future?

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« Reply #2 on: 10-03-2001 19:15 »

rollercoasters and Parthenon
funnymirror house and Colloseum

Somehow that comparison just doesn't add up.  wink

"Hell is other Robots" is the last of season 1. Assuming 1 season = 1 year in the series, it's possible Fry visited it a year ago and it was closed emmidiately afterwards.

Yeah, I know, it's a stretch.
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