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FryBender3000

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« : 04-26-2002 20:50 »

Cause and effect, chain of event's... All of it makes some sense...

I think Matt Groaning has pissed of Fox and Fox has pissed offed Matt...

Fox get's revange "cutting the life support" off futurama...

Matt get's revange , spending less time with the simpson's and making recycled simpson episodes.

I bet there is a real reason and it most likely could get solve with a simple, im sorry. I feel there's is something happening at Fox, with Murdoch and Matt. Pride might be what is causing the end with Futurama.

Just My thoughts.....  :nono:
homerjaysimpson

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« #1 : 04-26-2002 21:06 »
« : 04-26-2002 21:06 »

Why are the Crustacean/Poppler talking a lot about Fox network tonight is some what odd?
Bovinatron

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« #2 : 04-26-2002 23:48 »

I have to disagree.  I don't think that FOX is pulling futurama because of alleged tension between Matt and FOX.  it is much more complicated than that.  But in the end, a major factor is the number of viewers.  I don't think that Matt is getting revenge by making poor simpsons episodes, or whatever.  I really wish it could be solved with a simple "sorry."
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