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Urban Legend
« on: 06-24-2005 18:36 »

For as long as I've been watching Futurama, it seems to me that Bender has somewhat of a sensitive side to him.  Examples:  Bend Her Bender was crying about Calculon supposedly dying.  And that dream Leela had in The Sting" where Bender was crying at Fry's funeral.  Maybe Bender really would feel that way if Fry died. 

Also in Time Keeps on Slippin' when Ethan Bubblegum Tate asked him if he was 'funky' enough to be a Globetrotter, Bender almost cried, "No!"  Maybe that empathy chip must have went to his head, somehow!   wink

« Reply #1 on: 06-24-2005 20:24 »

Don't forget the turtle from Crimes of the Hot! Bender actually cared about those creatures... mostly because they reminded him of himself XD

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« Reply #2 on: 06-24-2005 20:43 »
« Last Edit on: 06-24-2005 20:43 »

Yes, Bender has partly a split personality. Most of the time he feels emotions is when he directly affected. i.e. when he doesn't get what he wants, like affection of Fry or Bubblegum Tate. I guess that is the deal with Bender.   wink
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