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spira

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« #440 : 01-02-2012 06:20 »

I agree. The title should certainly not be the priority. We fixate on titles because they're all we know about an episode months prior to its release, but I never see anyone posting about whether or not they liked the title of an episode when they review it after seeing it. Titles aren't that important.
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« #441 : 01-02-2012 09:02 »

Aren't half the episode titles taken from movies anyway?
Those are the ones I enjoy most, actually.

My comment was made specifically towards Naturama being a season after Benderama, and its existence as a title to begin with. I wasn't too keen on Benderama, but I adjusted. Now that there's another "rama" in the mix it makes me think how many times they are just gonna give up on titles and make it sound like "Futurama".
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« #442 : 01-02-2012 14:46 »

I never see anyone posting about whether or not they liked the title of an episode when they review it after seeing it.

I posted about how I felt about 'The Duh-Vinci Code' as a title when I reviewed that episode. Mostly because I hated the title at first, but upon seeing the episode and realising that it was all about stupidity/intelligence (thus making the "Duh" relevant), I actually quite liked it.
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« #443 : 01-02-2012 20:17 »

Danny and Solid Gold Bender: See The Sting. It's a true classic and worth your time.

I pretty much agree with Dorsal and Spira. Not only are the current titles about the same to me, but I just don't think they're super important, and I doubt the production staff has ever actually spent that much time on them or thought about them as much as some people here. Most likely, they select a working title until someone happens to suggest something in the room that gets a laugh. It's not a science; they're just coming up with a funny pun or else just something that gives some description of the episode's plot. It's a throwaway gag for the (relatively) low percentage of the audience that will ever see it.


I posted about how I felt about 'The Duh-Vinci Code' as a title when I reviewed that episode. Mostly because I hated the title at first, but upon seeing the episode and realising that it was all about stupidity/intelligence (thus making the "Duh" relevant), I actually quite liked it.

Yeah, I remember thinking that one sounded especially amateurish, but it was quite clever in retrospect.
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« #444 : 01-02-2012 20:31 »

Actually, a friend of mine has told me about it before the night after he saw it. And I am very fond of classics, I've seen a lot from the 70s, 80s, and 90s eras. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles; Forrest Gump, Sleepless In Seattle, and so on. I have a strong bond for all of these great classics. S I will ensure to try to find a copy of The Sting and watch it. ;)
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« #445 : 01-02-2012 23:10 »

Actually, a friend of mine has told me about it before the night after he saw it.
That's a bit of a Paradox.
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« #446 : 01-02-2012 23:16 »

Oh my, what a typo! :laff:
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« #447 : 01-02-2012 23:26 »

But Beanoz4 wrote Paradox, not Parabox...
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« #448 : 01-03-2012 00:26 »

[Anime-Farnsworth] Another one of your ill-time jokes Otis? [Anime-Farnsworth]
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« #449 : 01-03-2012 02:01 »

I am very fond of classics, I've seen a lot from the 70s, 80s, and 90s eras. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles; Forrest Gump, Sleepless In Seattle, and so on. I have a strong bond for all of these great classics.

Now I feel old.
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« #450 : 01-03-2012 02:28 »

'The Sting' is a mediocre film at best.

And to think of films from the 90s as "classics" as in, "old"... well, now I feel old too.
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« #451 : 01-03-2012 03:07 »

I refer to the the early 90s, such as 1990-1996.
SpaceGoldfish fromWazn

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« #452 : 01-03-2012 03:14 »

I'm turning 23 in a month, I'm certainly feeling old.  My early twenties are rapidly coming to an end, and I haven't really begun to enjoy them yet.
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« #453 : 01-03-2012 03:17 »

I'm personally not a fan of most of the new titles.
DotheBartman

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« #454 : 01-03-2012 05:06 »

And to think of films from the 90s as "classics" as in, "old"... well, now I feel old too.

God, yeah I was gonna say the same thing. I was born in the 80s, but even that feels too recent to me to refer to as "classic" necessarily (since it's too easy to rely on nostalgia for those still). I also have always thought "Sleepless in Seattle" was kind of a trash film, but eh, whatevs.

Not that I'm a snobby film fan/classics fan, but I would try to seek out some films older than the 1970s as well.
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« #455 : 01-03-2012 08:52 »

I'm turning 23 in a month, I'm certainly feeling old.  My early twenties are rapidly coming to an end, and I haven't really begun to enjoy them yet.

Hey, I'm almost thirty and I don't have a single happy memory.
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« #456 : 01-03-2012 11:20 »

I'm turning 23 in a month, I'm certainly feeling old.  My early twenties are rapidly coming to an end, and I haven't really begun to enjoy them yet.

Hey, I'm almost thirty and I don't have a single happy memory.

Blink and you're gonna be 40...  50...  etc...  it's terrifying (also kinda funny) how fast it goes...  enjoy yourself...  it's later than you think (great old song)

i was in my 20's when futurama preemed...  still can't believe it's back... 

i felt old when some dumbass on a message board was confused by a family guy cut away in one of their star wars spoofs...  was a cutaway to caddyshack and judge smails (ted knight) saying "we're waiting"...  the kid has no idea what or who that was

i mean i know caddyshack is old but it's caddyshack
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« #457 : 01-03-2012 12:10 »

Peel is one of the few forums where I don't always feel like an ancient internet dinosaur. On another forum I go on, there are more members than here and most of them are in their teens. A few are in their early 20's, and about two members that I know of are actually older than me...

I used to be one of the young ones here when I joined, now I like to think I'm middle-aged by Peel standards, but the truth is I'm probably just over that now...

Some of my happiest memories in life are from watching Futurama, and from Peel which is as a result of watching Futurama :D...
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« #458 : 01-03-2012 12:54 »

Wow now I feel too young. :(
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« #459 : 01-03-2012 21:35 »

How old are you Otis? You're sounding like Farnsworth from "A Clone of My Own".
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« #460 : 01-03-2012 21:43 »

Not quite that old, but getting there. I'm 28...
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« #461 : 01-03-2012 21:45 »
« : 01-03-2012 21:46 »

You're still somewhat young. Enjoy life my friend! ;)

And congrats on now having over 10,00 posts Coldangel! ;)
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« #462 : 01-03-2012 21:46 »

My life is meaningless, that's why I spend so much of it on Peel...
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« #463 : 01-03-2012 21:47 »

My life is meaningless, that's why I spend so much of it on Peel...

Same here, but change "life" to "time".
Solid Gold Bender

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« #464 : 01-03-2012 21:50 »

My life is meaningless, that's why I spend so much of it on Peel...
Were all here for a reason. I'm here to be called a dirty jew! :mad:

But I recommend a dating site or something. There's someone for everyone.
coldangel

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« #465 : 01-03-2012 23:30 »

Blink and you're gonna be 40...  50...  etc...  it's terrifying (also kinda funny) how fast it goes...  enjoy yourself...  it's later than you think (great old song)

i was in my 20's when futurama preemed...  still can't believe it's back... 

i felt old when some dumbass on a message board was confused by a family guy cut away in one of their star wars spoofs...  was a cutaway to caddyshack and judge smails (ted knight) saying "we're waiting"...  the kid has no idea what or who that was

i mean i know caddyshack is old but it's caddyshack

You win the award for most rambling, disjointed post ever.

Summation - you're gonna die soon because Futurama came back from hiatus and I saw Caddyshack, yay!

There, see? It can be condensed into one sentence.
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« #466 : 01-03-2012 23:42 »

I love Caddyshack. CLASSIC! That would be cool if the golf scenes of ITWGY somewhat spoofed Caddyshack. I don't if it would work or not, but it could be pulled off.
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« #467 : 01-06-2012 18:47 »

Phil LaMarr tweets:

I'm sure no one will be surprised to learn that the #Futurama writer's room has a working 3D printer. #TheFuturamaIsNow
dommyinla

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« #468 : 01-06-2012 19:12 »

Blink and you're gonna be 40...  50...  etc...  it's terrifying (also kinda funny) how fast it goes...  enjoy yourself...  it's later than you think (great old song)

i was in my 20's when futurama preemed...  still can't believe it's back... 

i felt old when some dumbass on a message board was confused by a family guy cut away in one of their star wars spoofs...  was a cutaway to caddyshack and judge smails (ted knight) saying "we're waiting"...  the kid has no idea what or who that was

i mean i know caddyshack is old but it's caddyshack

You win the award for most rambling, disjointed post ever.

Summation - you're gonna die soon because Futurama came back from hiatus and I saw Caddyshack, yay!

There, see? It can be condensed into one sentence.

yes i am writing this from the Near-Death Star sonny boy...  i sympathize with your pain of being forced to read...  get off my lawn...  i want my free money
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« #469 : 01-06-2012 20:25 »

And you have twice now, made a completely random post, that has nothing whatsoever to do with what we're talking about, except the beginning.
dommyinla

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« #470 : 01-06-2012 20:35 »

And you have twice now, made a completely random post, that has nothing whatsoever to do with what we're talking about, except the beginning.

probably 20
dommyinla

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« #471 : 01-06-2012 20:38 »

in case anyone is interested...

latest syndication ratings... for week ending December 25, 2011
2.8 rating...  4.1 million viewers 
Solid Gold Bender

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« #472 : 01-06-2012 20:38 »

Yah, don't do that. I learned the hard way at first (and am still learning). I'm sure that TnUK will have to eventually talk to you about this. Just try to stay on topic or at least make sense.

Also, don't double-post.
Beanoz4

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« #473 : 01-07-2012 00:07 »

Yah, don't do that. I learned the hard way at first (and am still learning).
Same here  :hmpf:
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« #474 : 01-07-2012 01:27 »

I love Caddyshack. CLASSIC! That would be cool if the golf scenes of ITWGY somewhat spoofed Caddyshack. I don't if it would work or not, but it could be pulled off.

Terrible film.
Solid Gold Bender

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« #475 : 01-07-2012 05:14 »

Caddyshack was a great film! Absolutely hilarious! :(
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« #476 : 01-07-2012 05:35 »

yes i am writing this from the Near-Death Star sonny boy...  i sympathize with your pain of being forced to read...  get off my lawn...  i want my free money

You don't capitalise the beginning of your sentences, nor the self-referential "I".
I therefore judge your actual or mental age to be around 14 or 15 years.
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« #477 : 01-07-2012 14:14 »

Caddyshack was a great film! Absolutely hilarious! :(

I didn't realise Bill Murray had it in him to be unfunny until I saw 'Caddyshack'.

The film starts with a hilariously crappy puppet of a gopher digging up a golf-course to I'm Alright, a nice upbeat song. I thought I was in for a treat.
Then it actually gets going and it's just a series of craptacular sketches which are held together with craptacular one-liners. There's nothing resembling a plot and nothing resembling humour.
Bill Murray's subplot had potential but when the gopher is simply outsmarting him by biting his hand... well it's not exactly Tom & Jerry is it?

In many ways, it reminded me of Dumb & Dumber; juvenile humour that seems to be proud of how immature it is. The difference is that Dumb and Dumber is genuinely funny. Very funny. And ironically, Dumb and Dumber is also a lot smarter.
So yeah, watch Dumb and Dumber instead.

Cindy Morgan is, however, a vision of beauty.
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« #478 : 01-07-2012 14:23 »

Dumb and Dumber is just beyond awesome.
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« #479 : 01-07-2012 15:20 »

The ending is classic, probably one of the best movie endings of all time. "Wait! WE've made a huge mistake! Town's that way." :laff:
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