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Powarun

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« on: 08-08-2004 14:53 »

I was at work the other day, and was thinking of the episode I was watching the other night, the Luck of the Fryish, when it occured to me.  Why isn't Phillip Fry's head in a jar, not the main character but Yancy's son?  Normally important people are put into the head jars, and Phillip was the first person on Mars, wouldn't taht get you a ticket to share experiances with those who seek it?
Gwan101

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« Reply #1 on: 08-08-2004 15:02 »

My guess is that he either didn't want to, or that he is and Fry just hasn't searched for him yet.

Teral

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« Reply #2 on: 08-08-2004 15:32 »

Pre-exsiting thread

Maybe Phillip Fry Jr disgraced himself, maybe the future doesn't consider it such a great feat.
Gwan101

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« Reply #3 on: 08-08-2004 16:13 »

Teral- He was burried in the world heroes section with one of the largest tomb stones.
Prof. Wernstrum

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« Reply #4 on: 08-08-2004 18:18 »

There are huge numbers of heads in the museum and Fry has never been specifically looking for his nephew, he could easily have been somewhere off screen. Besides, that's assuming he's even in the NNY museum, there is no reason to suspect that this is the only one - maybe he is in a museum on Mars for example.
Cyberman

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« Reply #5 on: 08-08-2004 20:19 »

Perhaps. After all, he is the first man on Mars.

Venus

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« Reply #6 on: 08-08-2004 20:43 »

Fry was looking directly into the open casket, i'm sure he would have noticed if the head was missing.
David A

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« Reply #7 on: 08-09-2004 04:28 »

Ex-presidents and actors get their heads put in jars.  Heroes are treated with more respect than that.
Jicannon

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« Reply #8 on: 08-09-2004 16:35 »

yeah, Bender, Leela, or Fry would have said something if the head was missing. They all looked at the corpse.
Nibblonian

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« Reply #9 on: 08-09-2004 18:42 »

Yeah, Bender says something like "Want me to smack-up the corpse for ya?" He would've said something like "Oh, someone beat me to it" if the head were missing.

Also, ponder on this. Washington's corpse was long decayed in the ground and yet his head is perfectly preserved with Ron Popiel's technology to preserve heads. How does that work? And on this subject, maybe you have to be a certain age to have your head preserved and displayed in a museum. Wahington is close to three hundred years older than Fry Jr.
canned eggs

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« Reply #10 on: 08-10-2004 01:57 »

Heh.  Phillip Fru.
paranoir87

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« Reply #11 on: 08-11-2004 08:00 »

 
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Originally posted by canned eggs:
Heh.  Phillip Fru.


For some reason I just thought of some kind of dessert...
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