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Apple Tea

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« Reply #40 on: 11-01-2006 13:53 »
« Last Edit on: 11-01-2006 13:53 »

You know its obvious that their relationship would work out, as seen in their parallel selves in Parabox, but I was wondering if all it took was one date, how come none of the dates Fry and Leela went on didn't work?  Like at the end of the Parabox episode, or their double date in 300 big boys, or were they not considered dates?


EDIT: Oh and Fry should've written a shippier ending to his story in "The Day Earth Stood Stupid."
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« Reply #41 on: 11-01-2006 15:36 »

 
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Originally posted by Apple Tea:
 Oh and Fry should've written a shippier ending to his story in "The Day Earth Stood Stupid."

Yeah but Fry might consider that taking advantage of Leela and he repects her too much to do that.

Fry_B

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« Reply #42 on: 11-01-2006 16:22 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
I don't know if I can even add anything to that.


C'mon, I've read some of your posts, your  ideas are really interesting (Fry is Leela's second eye ? I liked that one!) and sometimes they helped me understand a little more of the possible meanings of the Fry & Leela saga... Unfortunately (like in my prev post) I tend to start from one point and go all over the place - which can become dangerously off-topic   smile BTW I just saw Time Keeps on Slipping (again) on TV last night and I can finally make sense of the events and yes they actually fit - I mean esp the wedding - Fry learned how to pilot the ship AND move stars, then within the time skip he did moved them, impressed Leela, they got married - time skip stopped, Fry got the flowers in his mouth  smile, then during the next time skip Leela was probably not ready for this kind of commitment so she got a divorce (or who knows who did, since none seem to have memories when the time skips stop - which may be a blessing in disguise ?), then the rest as we know it... here I go again - this should have been in the Time Skip thread !
Apple Tea

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« Reply #43 on: 11-02-2006 00:12 »

The reason I think they had that divorce was that Leela thought Fry tricked her and during the time skip they've had to tried to make a marriage work out of mistrust, which was doomed to failure.
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« Reply #44 on: 11-02-2006 00:28 »

thats a good point apple tea, it seems to remind me of a song i listened to once...
"And your love story's.... bad"

but how would the relationship begin if it was based on mistrust?
coldangel

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« Reply #45 on: 11-02-2006 03:08 »

Fry_B, she divorced him because she couldn't remember why she'd married him due to the previous time skip, and assumed it was all a trick or a mistake. Memories of preceding timeskips do not re-emerge within the space of the subsequent timeskips as the 4th dimension (time) was lurching in a linear fashion - toward the future only. There was no superstring or 'M' theory at play. This means the lack of meories was pertinant during the subsequent timeskips, if not then you'd actually be dealing with a *divergent* timeline and thus an alternate universe overlapping... that gets complicated.
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« Reply #46 on: 11-02-2006 03:26 »

you hurt your what?

I guess if you skipped like months in time in about a second you wouldn't really remember
Apple Tea

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« Reply #47 on: 11-02-2006 03:48 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2006 03:48 »

I always wondered what was the time frame of that episode.  I mean it must've been at least couple of years, first Fry has to move all those stars, then he'd of dated Leela for a while, then arrange a marriage, then get a divorce.  But alas, the people in the show never seem to get any older.

EDIT:  Huzzah! I leveled up!
coldangel

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« Reply #48 on: 11-02-2006 04:04 »

Apple Tea - I was just thinking about this today, it would have been a few years. BUT, did they age? That's the question. Their brains didn't register the passage of any time so it could be argued that when experiencing a timeskip <internally> they haven't actually aged, as opposed to viewing a timeskip <externally>, as in the two teens who become old men. The intervening time may be a loop or pocket in time-space where linear time has passed which then reattaches to the primary timeline at the same point as it began and imprinting physical settings only. We know that the timeskips were localized; the professor was able to watch insolated areas being affected, like across the street. This lends credence to the idea that the pimary timeline was unaffected and the skips themselves constitutes short-lived 'bubble' universes. Their physical alterations to the universe remained pertinent but no actual chronological atrophy would have occurred, meaning the two teens who became 'old' would most likely have regained their youth over the course of a few weeks of cellular regeneration. Similarly the Planet Express crew's bodies wouldn't have experienced aging.

Did I make sense?
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Apple Tea

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« Reply #49 on: 11-02-2006 04:36 »

Hm...yes, I see your point.  But the professor didn't point out the localized time skips until after they tried moving the stars.  I think he said something like
*Pointing out window*
"Egads Bubblegum!  The timeskips are getting worse, isolated spots are now jumping at a time"

Suggesting that it didn't happen before that.  Unless I remembered the quote wrong, anyways ur explanation makes enough sense that everything returns to normal and the effects are temporary.
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« Reply #50 on: 11-02-2006 04:41 »

Since I'm from the future you can trust me to be on the ball when it comes to time travel.
Apple Tea

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« Reply #51 on: 11-02-2006 04:49 »

Did you bring the Delorean with you this time?
coldangel

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« Reply #52 on: 11-02-2006 04:59 »

Peh, that aluminium piece of garbage? Hell no.
My rig is a 1968 Pontiac Firebird.
Apple Tea

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« Reply #53 on: 11-02-2006 05:07 »

 
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Peh, that aluminium piece of garbage?

...but it can go up to and including 80 mph...
Fry_B

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« Reply #54 on: 11-02-2006 05:10 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
Fry_B, she divorced him because she couldn't remember why she'd married him due to the previous time skip, and assumed it was all a trick or a mistake. Memories of preceding timeskips do not re-emerge within the space of the subsequent timeskips as the 4th dimension (time) was lurching in a linear fashion - toward the future only. There was no superstring or 'M' theory at play. This means the lack of meories was pertinant during the subsequent timeskips, if not then you'd actually be dealing with a *divergent* timeline and thus an alternate universe overlapping... that gets complicated.

What I meant by 'she was not ready for that sort of commitment' was that from her point of view, there was no 'foreplay' and  no significant reason to marry him - so yes, you are right of crs... The more I look at the episode the smarter the plot appears to me, in spite of the ageing issue discussed here (and how could the writer have resolved that ?? It gets complex)... BTW we know that Fry also had no clue why she married him but of crs he didn't give a hoot - remember this is plain Fry, not Fry++ (Parasited Fry) that questions things..  Hey, but how come Zoidberg, Amy and others seemed very happy to witness the wedding instead of also being surprised ? Was the time slippage occurring in a 'bubble' (like was shown later on in the episode with the two teenagers that became aged and demanded free money)? Also how  would you feel during such a time slip - can anyone imagine and/or explain maybe ?? This topic alone could deserve a separate thread - I wonder if the existing TimeSlippage thread, or another?

BTW I started reading older threads - I should really lie low(er) until I know what has been already discussed in the last... years

And in regards to Leela being pregnant from the marriage - well that did not happen (canon anyway, hehe) but it WAS definitely possible! It doesn't take much (or long) for that to happen you know  smile
Apple Tea

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« Reply #55 on: 11-02-2006 05:30 »

I wonder what would've happened if it skipped past their wedding, would they ever know that they were married? and perhaps never get that divorce?
Fry_B

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« Reply #56 on: 11-02-2006 06:50 »

 
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Originally posted by Apple Tea:
I wonder what would've happened if it skipped past their wedding, would they ever know that they were married? and perhaps never get that divorce?

This issue kind of leaves me clueless. Being married without knowing, now that's scary ! But imagine Leela being pregnant from the marriage and not knowing how come - and who was the father 

Would she KNOW (feel?) it was Fry   smile Far out.
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« Reply #57 on: 11-02-2006 06:55 »

 
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Originally posted by Fry_B:
But imagine Leela being pregnant from the marriage and not knowing how come - and who was the father

Ha, that reminded me of 50 First Dates.

If they didn't know they were married, who would? And what difference would it make if they were? People can be married and not live with each other, or love each other or be monogamous when they know they're married...
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« Reply #58 on: 11-02-2006 06:55 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2006 06:55 »

Apple Tea: LOL That's a really good point!

Maybe Leela saw the star message again and they got re-married... but just no one knows because time skipped it...
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« Reply #59 on: 11-02-2006 07:50 »

 
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Originally posted by Fry_B:
This issue kind of leaves me clueless. Being married without knowing, now that's scary ! But imagine Leela being pregnant from the marriage and not knowing how come - and who was the father 

Would she KNOW (feel?) it was Fry    smile Far out.

Read this.  wink

Shiny

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« Reply #60 on: 11-02-2006 08:48 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2006 08:48 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
Peh, that aluminium piece of garbage? Hell no.

Aluminium? Nay! The Delorean was made from stainless steel.

 
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My rig is a 1968 Pontiac Firebird.

A sweet ride.  But how do you handle the flux dispersal issue?


As for the timeskips...I think time MUST have passed in the "main timeline," but that the building and installing of the starmoving kajigger took less time than Prof and Bubblegum thought they would...a month or so to design and build it, a few days to install it. 

Think of the timeskips as times when people's memory blanks out...Leela sees the message in the stars and falls head-over heels...Fry, afraid of losing his good fortune, pops the question at once and they throw together a wedding in a couple of weeks....then bam, their memories of that time blank out.  Leela, scared and angry, files for divorce  (and legal procedures are sped up in the future) so that occurs a couple of days later (the plates were a wedding gift from Bender).

And the meteoric career and death of "Teen singer Wendy" was another isolated pocket, like the Social Security kids...hopefully those little epicircles DID unwind when the nebula imploded, but I fear not....
Apple Tea

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« Reply #61 on: 11-02-2006 15:11 »

Yea i alwasys wondered about those kids, that would kinda suck if their whole life just passes by them in a second and it wasn't reversed.
Fry_B

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« Reply #62 on: 11-02-2006 17:39 »

 
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Originally posted by Shiny:
 
[Shiny:]...And don't be too hard on Leela; try to look at things from her point of view as well as Fry's.

[Fry_B:]At my age, I know I will never understand women completely.

{Shiny:]Don't think of them as "women." Think of them as regular guys with a few soft bumps, who have an obsessive-compulsive approach to thinking about emotions.

About Women
Thank you for the crash course in understanding women... smile Have you considered that Leela may have in fact been created by a male writer and irrespective of that, that her behaviour throughout episodes is also described by male authors ...

 
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It helps to scan the threads in question for the longer posts....but I'll try harder to ride herd on the new Shipper thread.  (But I'll do better with your help, hint hint....   wink )

About better organising the info
 I'll try to help, I am sharing this new Futurama interest with lots of other things at the moment (most of us do no doubt)... also I am trying to catch up with reading the older threads...so pardon me if I seem to dissapear at times...

Let me say however, I have read some of your posts and they are really really good, like the one on why Leela did it with Zapp.

I believe the best posts from all threads relating to Fry / Leela (the 'shippy' ones) should be gathered together regularly in a special area, filtered of divagations (unless they are relevant!). Is there such an area now ? Such an area could be called 'basic reading' for novices / people discovering Futurama (but not only).

Example: Take the thread Why Leela did it with Zap, clean it out of irrelevant stuff, flames, praises etc and store. Same with Lovenasium, maybe Deep Down...

What do you think ?

Finally, looking at the archives I feel overwhelmed by all that has already happened in PEEL and that I am a bit late..
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« Reply #63 on: 11-02-2006 21:28 »

I'm a Shiny-come-lately as well, I've only been doing this for a year and a half or so, whereas some folk, like the incomparable Venus, have been with it nearly since Futurama was premiering.

As for Leela being created by male writers...yes, but they are obviously men with real insight into women (or else they just consult the females in their lives/on the staff a lot while writing Leela).  Leela has become one of the most complex, interesting, REAL women on television.  Not once in the whole series has anything Leela said or done made me think "Well, you know a guy wrote THAT" (other shows cause me to do it all the time).  I'm sure it helps that Leela is the adult equivalent of "tomboyish," but she still comes off to me as a "tomboyish" woman, not as a male fantasy of a Tough Chick(TM).

I like your idea of a "Selected Shippy Posts of PEEL" thread...but how do we keep everyone else from jumping in and dragging it off track?  It can happen for the noblest and most innocent of motives, but it still tends to happen.  The thread would have to be done by a board Mod or something, set up so that only a few people could post...

As for who to run such a thread, it would, of course, be Xanfor.  He was doing that very thing with the original Shipper's Thread, and doing an excellent job of it.   smile
Fry_B

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« Reply #64 on: 11-02-2006 22:10 »

 
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
 Read this.   wink


Hehe... I did, first time I read a fanfic...The concept was sweet, but I found the explanation a bit stretched. Also in regards to reading a first fanfic - somehow the atmosphere is different - well of course, the 20 minutes limitation is not there anymore ! Also the jokes sort of had less effect... But hey a very good effort, (I would suck big time at doing this)

Fry_B

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« Reply #65 on: 11-02-2006 22:24 »

 
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Originally posted by Shiny:


I like your idea of a "Selected Shippy Posts of PEEL" thread...but how do we keep everyone else from jumping in and dragging it off track?  It can happen for the noblest and most innocent of motives, but it still tends to happen.  The thread would have to be done by a board Mod or something, set up so that only a few people could post...

I was in fact thinking of a sort of closed thread, i.e. not publicly accessible for posting. The moderator (or board) takes selected posts that are  1) spot on or very related to 'shippy' analysis 2) contain very interesting / intrigueing aspects,... n)(insert criteria here). The sources are all current and closed 'shippy' threads. Of crs members can make proposals i.e. aks for other posts to be put in.

Just an idea, maybe it's silly or has flaws I can't see - what do others think I wonder? Would it be clumsy, hard to maintain, useless, unpopular ... would it be worth piloting it ? etc etc..

 
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As for who to run such a thread, it would, of course, be Xanfor.  He was doing that very thing with the original Shipper's Thread, and doing an excellent job of it.    smile

So the first thread is already Ok maybe  and can become the first part of the closed Thread of selected Shippy Posts (it may need some massaging still) ? Do you think Xanfor will be happy to have an extra task  big grin (Xanfor what do you think ?)
coldangel

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« Reply #66 on: 11-02-2006 23:45 »

 
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Originally posted by Shiny:
 Not once in the whole series has anything Leela said or done made me think "Well, you know a guy wrote THAT"

Except maybe the wrestling scenes with Amy in Jurassic Bark, heh heh  flirt . I think we all know which part of the male brain those came from. The lower part. Below the belt.
 
Apple Tea

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« Reply #67 on: 11-03-2006 01:48 »
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Yea, it was also pointed out in TKOS commentary that it's a guy that designs all those skimpy outfits for Leela and Amy.
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« Reply #68 on: 11-03-2006 01:53 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2006 01:53 »

No, a woman could have written something like that as well...since it was half making fun of gratuitous woman-on-woman, wrestling-in-skimpy-outfits scenes in television and movies.  That is, it was written with full awareness of male interest in such things, but that's not what makes me go "you know a guy wrote that."

Perhaps I should emphasize that I mean "you know a clueless guy wrote that." What makes me say that is something that a woman does on TV, or in movies, which no woman would ACTUALLY do or even conceive of - in other words, something written with total ignorance of a woman's usual POV.  Things like...oh...having a woman take off her shirt in front of men in order to take off her bra (any woman over the age of twelve learns how to take off her bra without having to remove her shirt first...I gave a major "thumbs up" to a scene in, I believe, Crocodile Dundee 2, where he asks his gf for her bra (to use as a slingshot or some such), and she does the bra-off-under-shirt maneuver, and he gets this expression for a second like he's just seen a magic trick.  Hee!).

Or, in a written work, having a woman look in the mirror and think how hot she looks in her skimpy dress/bathing suit/g-string&high heels combo, and how great her (unnaturally) large but (impossibly) firm breasts are above her perfectly flat stomach.  Real women are usually thinking about much they don't like how they look...if only they were thinner/shaplier,taller/not so tall, larger-breasted/smaller-breasted, etc.  If they have big breasts, they don't like them; and they see every millimeter of fat on their bodies as flaws.  I've actually seen a 5 foot, 3 inch woman weighing one hundred and seven pounds complain daily about how big her stomach was because it curved outward like a QUARTER OF AN INCH rather than being flat as a plank.

Men can and have written women properly.  Paul Kidd, who wrote an utterly delightful little fantasy book called Mus of Kerbridge, got major points from me when his female lead, Mirriam, (actually a centaur, or "half horse" girl) looks in the mirror and thinks how much she hates her freckles, her plain chestnut horse-hindquarters, and her embarrassing "great puddings" of breasts.  In fact, reading that bit while browsing is (I believe) what caused me to purchase the book (sure, the back cover sounded good, but don't they all?  I always open it up and read a bit of the way in to see what the book's REALLY like).

Leela's comment in TDHAIP about buying gloves to fit over her "enormous forearms" was exactly right.  She WOULD be hypersensitive about such things.
Apple Tea

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« Reply #69 on: 11-03-2006 02:08 »
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You know the writers may be mostly guys, but some of the directors are women, maybe they change the script somewhat have more of a woman's POV?
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« Reply #70 on: 11-03-2006 05:15 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
 Except maybe the wrestling scenes with Amy in Jurassic Bark, heh heh   flirt . I think we all know which part of the male brain those came from. The lower part. Below the belt.
 

On page 1 of the thread I was in fact wondering whose idea was to STOP Leela from removing her costume  smile Ok, it's a family show.. And also that I was worried abt Leela's missing (?) costume piece in the lower front area. In fact, I checked again the scene to make sure it was possible to have it off and still be part of a family show - conclusion is cartoonists do magic.

Coldangel, do NOT run to the DVD Player now, here it is:



(BTW, how come Leela's is skimpier than Amy's ? I thought their characters would match the opposite choice of costumes - I mean skimpiness, not colour)

Ok, it was fun but my post is rather off-topic and thus a perfect example of what should NOT make it in the Selected Shippy Posts.


Fry_B

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« Reply #71 on: 11-03-2006 05:54 »


I JUST SAW ROSWELL for the first TIME ! Excuse the CAPS, maybe you remember the thrill ?? This episode is REALLY GOOD. The effects, the plot... now I finally saw it all..

How does this relate to this thread ? Well I am interested in Leela's reaction to Fry sleeping with his own grandma. She looked shocked just like the others, but I wonder if deep down her image of Fry was affected... Maybe she had already realised that Fry sleeping with her grandma (Ok let's say he did not realise, I am not convinced, screaming and all) was his only chance to stay alive ?

In fact I had a look at the episode guide on CGEF and Parasites Lost is way, way up in the episodes list ... So for me it is really baffling that Leela, after getting a glimpse of the 'Fry-that could-be' in Parasites Lost, did not change her attitude towards him perceptibly. C'mon, she saw that everything she wanted was there; all he needed was someone (or something) to facilitate that everything to come out ! Do you really believe that Leela was mad Fry got rid of the parasites and therefore she was colder towards him... I really don't think so...

This could be a poll question in fact: If your partner shone for a few hours or a day and he/she was everything you ever wanted but then he/she came back, what would you do - 1) carry on 2) dump him/her 3) love him/her more 4) less 5) that's impossible...

Ok, and another - here it goes: If it happened to you that suddenly you became more fit, intelligent (or be able to express your thoughts better, I don't think Fry was made more intelligent really) and that made your partner or person you love desperately to actually start to warm up to you or love you, and you found out it was because of some artificial cause that won't harm you in other ways but that you can get rid of, what would you do 1)shut up and go on 2) tell your beloved one and go on 3) get rid of it 4) tell  you beloved one AND get rid of it 5) tell you beloved one and do whatever he / she wants

What do you think ? And were such polls ever posted ?
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« Reply #72 on: 11-03-2006 05:57 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2006 05:57 by coldangel_1 »

 
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Originally posted by Fry_B:
 On page 1 of the thread I was in fact wondering whose idea was to STOP Leela from removing her costume   smile Ok, it's a family show.. And also that I was worried abt Leela's missing (?) costume piece in the lower front area. In fact, I checked again the scene to make sure it was possible to have it off and still be part of a family show - conclusion is cartoonists do magic.

Coldangel, do NOT run to the DVD Player now, here it is:



(BTW, how come Leela's is skimpier than Amy's ? I thought their characters would match the opposite choice of costumes - I mean skimpiness, not colour)

Ok, it was fun but my post is rather off-topic and thus a perfect example of what should NOT make it in the Selected Shippy Posts.


Comparative skimpiness... it's true, although there have been times when Leela has completely unashamedly stripped naked in front of everyone (ATOF, TKOS). Though I like to think she might have been trying to get Fry's attention with that getup, perhaps at a subconscious level she was a bit jealous of Seymore as well. But probably not.
Incidentally, sonewhere on the net I saw a CGI video reconstruction of the above scene where she actually does rip the thing off. Don't know how I found that... certainly wasn't looking for it or anything.... *ahem*...
Yes anyway... that open little triangle bit at the front is rather low isn't it? Not low enough to be strictly pornographic, but it certainly shows that Leela has a, er... how to put this delicately? ... a Brazillian wax.
Heh... would have been a bit uncouth to have purple hair filling that gap I guess.

Okay, shut the hell up - enough filth! Bloody dirty-minded perverts...

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« Reply #73 on: 11-03-2006 06:33 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2006 06:33 »

 
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As for who to run such a thread, it would, of course, be Xanfor.  He was doing that very thing with the original Shipper's Thread, and doing an excellent job of it.   smile

I was? Well... Yeah, I guess I was... Aww, shucks...

<SEL1750>: Xanfor, you're turning red.

Shut up.

 
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Do you think Xanfor will be happy to have an extra task    big grin (Xanfor what do you think ?)

Fine with me. (More power... Hee hee hee...)

<SEL1750>: And more responsibility as well.

You're a real mood killer, you know that?

 
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(BTW, how come Leela's is skimpier than Amy's ? I thought their characters would match the opposite choice of costumes - I mean skimpiness, not colour)

She's subconsiously jealous of Seymore.



See?

(Hey, I have a healthy straight male imagination. You should have been worried if I didn't post this.)

<SEL1750>: Tsk, tsk.

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« Reply #74 on: 11-03-2006 07:09 »

I just can't believe Leela wore that! I lost so much respect for her as soon as I saw that ep the first time. Like slutty, much?
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« Reply #75 on: 11-03-2006 07:45 »

As I recall from the comentary, that costume had appeared on one of the action figures(?) and they were using it as a joke/tie-in.
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« Reply #76 on: 11-03-2006 08:44 »

That's true. The action figure of Leela in that costume came out way before the episode.
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« Reply #77 on: 11-03-2006 11:58 »

Leela has a mighty fine body and she likes to show it off.  Why else would she wear skin-tight stretch pants and tank tops all the time?  Her dresses can be provocative - the one whe wore in PYHOMYS when she met the bus driver had slits on both sides all the way to her hips. ("Nice eyeball, eyeball."  "Nice ass, ass."  I loved that return comment!) 

That doesn't make her a slut, but a person who isn't ashamed of her body, and I'm not ashamed to look at it.
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« Reply #78 on: 11-03-2006 13:59 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2006 13:59 »

This thread's Time Keeps On Slipping discussion gave me a idea for a fan-fic!I don't wanna write the fic so the first one to steal the idea gets it...
Leela suddently notices that she has a child.And the father is non other than our oun...Phillip J Fry!The only things that could explain it are those time scipas and the fact that Leela is a one-eyed mutant.So Leela has a child from Fry...Tell or not tell?...Marrage or no marrage?...Keep(thats Leela allright)or abortation(out of character, but notice she doesn't even date Fry and here BAM!A child from Fry).In this fan-fic they get to know more about Leela being a mutant OR a alien and more about the time scips.


Wrote switched to maximum insanity 
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« Reply #79 on: 11-03-2006 14:42 »

Interesting theory...

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