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PEE Poll: Seymour
Yes   -3 (14.3%)
Absolutley not   -10 (47.6%)
No   -1 (4.8%)
Maybe   -4 (19%)
I dont care   -1 (4.8%)
I Need him back   -2 (9.5%)
Total Voters: 21


Space Pope
« Reply #40 on: 10-17-2007 22:31 »

Originally posted by gaschief:

Actually I think parallel universe scenarios can solve most scenarios were plots would contradict, etc. It also allows characters to act 'out of character' for the purposes of the plot in one episode without raising accusations of discontinuity.

Yeah, but if used too often soon it'll be, like, everything could start being explained by a parallel universe. It's a little bit too convenient of a plot contrivance.
Kind of like traveling through time, for that matter, too.

Anyway, no, Seymour still shouldn't be brought back. Not even to be hit by a bus.  roll eyes
Sine Wave

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #41 on: 10-17-2007 22:37 »

I don't think he should be either, both from my liking of Jurassic Bark and because if they did bring him back it'd be impossible to handle it any better than Shiny's A Thousand Summers.

Space Pope
« Reply #42 on: 10-17-2007 23:07 »

Ah, I haven't read Shiny. I suppose i probably should.
Officer 1BDI

Starship Captain
« Reply #43 on: 10-18-2007 00:20 »

Yes, you should.  I'll even save you the trouble of looking it upwink

(No, seriously, please read it.  I think it's brilliant, even with my position on Seymour's "return."  One of the best Futurama fanfictions I've ever read, hands down.)

Space Pope
« Reply #44 on: 10-18-2007 00:52 »

Well, with those kinds of endorsements, I guess I will!
Thanks for the link  smile

Starship Captain
« Reply #45 on: 10-18-2007 22:09 »

Oh my god, I read that and it made me tear up, I NEVER felt like crying before when reading a novel, I think that was sadder then Jurassic Bark

Space Pope
« Reply #46 on: 10-20-2007 00:16 »

I don't know if this is the best thread to put this in, but yes, what a beautifully sad and well-wrought story A Thousand Summers is. Thank you to Sine Wave and Officer for spurring me to read it. It rectified the situation of "Jurassic Bark" without making it maudlin.

Everyone who cared about Seymour at the end of JB should read it.

Space Pope
« Reply #47 on: 10-20-2007 01:20 »

Should they clone Seymour & have him part of the show like Cubert?  NO FREAKIN' WAY.  I think it would cheapen the ending of Jurassic Bark, and make it not nearly as emotional.

Bending Unit
« Reply #48 on: 10-21-2007 10:35 »

Yeah, Shiny is the best. Only in a manner similar to that could Seymour be brought back.
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