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Bending Unit
« on: 08-06-2010 21:04 »

Well, unfortunately, Fred the Movie is happening. And David A. Goodman, a writer for both Family Guy and Futurama is writing. That's right, Nickelodeon stole one of our side.

Well, at least they didn't steal a director. A Clay Wiener is directing. No joke. The guys name is Clay Wiener.

Any thoughts? Do you think that this will make the movie watchable, or do you think it will end David A. Goodman's career?
totalnerd undercanada

DOOP Ubersecretary
« Reply #1 on: 08-06-2010 21:10 »

1). Wrong place for this thread.
2). Nobody cares.

Bending Unit
« Reply #2 on: 08-06-2010 21:16 »

1. Oh, I clicked slightly too high.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #3 on: 08-06-2010 21:21 »

David A. Goodman wrote one episode for Futurama.  I'd hardly call him a member of the Futurama family.

Funny story, when I saw the thread title, I thought you had heard that he had written one of the upcoming episodes of Futurama and where those very concerned.

Bending Unit
« Reply #4 on: 08-06-2010 23:06 »

Oh, well, I knew he had written at least one episode. I guess I just assumed that it was more than one because of the fact I've seen Where No Fan Has Gone Before many, many times, and read the writing credit many times (it appeared when Bender says, "Let's rent these six Jim Carrey movies and record over them.")
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