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« #320 : 11-23-2013 07:54 »
« : 11-23-2013 07:55 »

My favorite episode is The Problem with Popplers.

Really? Out of all them? Oh well, who am I to judge. Welcome to peel, Note!

Are you really that surprised?  I've seen Problem with Popplers in tons of top 10 lists, so I'm not surprised that someone would have it as there number one spot.

Yeah, The Problem With Popplers was a particularly popular episode back when the Fox-run episodes were still coming out. It's been a little overshadowed by some of the more sci-fi heavy/emotional episodes that have been released since, but it's still one that a lot of fans hold in high regard (myself included). It's also the favourite episode of one of my very close friends, and after watching it with him and seeing the sheer delight on his face while it was on, I totally understand why.

Also, welcome to PEEL, note. :)
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« #321 : 11-23-2013 12:44 »

Are you really that surprised?  I've seen Problem with Popplers in tons of top 10 lists, so I'm not surprised that someone would have it as their number one spot.

I'm starting to let Meanwhile get very close to my number one spot.  It feels like it won't be long before it takes the crown.

I mean I love the episode, I'm just used to episodes like " The Sting" and " The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings" being people's number ones, so it surprised me a bit.
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« #322 : 11-23-2013 12:48 »

Futurama is primarily a comedy, so it's not too uncommon to see a joke-heavy episode as someone's #1. Mine's Roswell That Ends Well, which is largely centred around the comedy, despite some prominent sci-fi elements. War is the H-Word would also easily crack my top 5, and that one's completely humour-based. :)
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« #323 : 11-24-2013 00:55 »

^ Oh, yes. War is the H-Word holds a special place in my heart because it's the first episode of Futurama I ever saw. :)
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« #324 : 11-25-2013 01:06 »
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 :shifty:
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« #325 : 11-25-2013 12:02 »

It still doesn't make any sense, LMP. HOW DO I KNOW WHICH ONE YOU LIKE THE MOST??? :nono:
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« #326 : 11-25-2013 19:33 »
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Top 10 of the series
1.The Prisoner of Benda
2.The Sting
3.The Why of Fry
4.Meanwhile
5.Roswell that ends well
6.The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings
7.Time Keeps On Slippin'
8.Parasites Lost
9.Space Pilot 3000
10.Ghost in the Machines
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« #327 : 11-25-2013 21:01 »

Now my favorite episode is Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love? too. :laff:
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« #328 : 11-25-2013 21:02 »
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 :)
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« #329 : 12-07-2013 10:55 »

i like the episode. The Late Philip J Fry.
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« #330 : 12-11-2013 11:53 »

The Why of Fry.
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« #331 : 12-11-2013 12:03 »

Awesome username, Vile Crocodile! Welcome to PEEL. :)
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« #332 : 12-11-2013 13:59 »

It's my real name...
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« #333 : 12-11-2013 15:14 »

Awesome parents, Vile Crocodile! :p
Arrogant cigar jerk

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« #334 : 01-25-2014 13:46 »

What would be better thing to do than report your favorite episodes as your first action in a forum about a TV show? :)

My top 5 in no order would be The Honking, Luck of The Fryrish, The Sting, Godfellas and I, Roommate, all practically just because they are funnier or have deeper plots than other episodes. But you really can't go wrong when naming your favorite Futurama episodes, there are at least 75 good episodes to choose from.
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« #335 : 01-26-2014 02:48 »
« : 01-26-2014 02:50 »

Hello Futurama people! I finished watching the Futuramas!

Season 7B was surprisingly good. Not great, but never cringe-worthy like some of the Comedy Central episodes have been (except Saturday Morning Fun Pit, that was terrible), and often surprisingly clever and pretty funny. I've been a bit down on the CC episodes, but I'm actually kind of sad they're gone now.

Anyway, I think it's been like 7 years since I watched most of my favourite episodes, but I want to make a top 10 favourites list anyway for some reason. These are the episodes I remember most fondly for whatever reason. I've tried to include at least one from every season.

10. Meanwhile
09. The Why Of Fry
08. Xmas Story
07. Roswell That Ends Well
06. The Late Philip J. Fry
05. Space Pilot 3000
04. Benderís Big Score
03. Jurassic Bark
02. The Luck Of The Fryish
01. Godfellas

Like, I haven't seen Godfellas since 2007 I don't think, and it never even used to be one of my favourites, but... for some reason I'm convinced it's my #1 episode now.....
Sure, why not. ;)
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« #336 : 01-26-2014 03:15 »

I like your list, ThinkyWhale!

And yeah, the CC run wasn't as good as the Original Run, but still decent. Whenever they hit the right chords, they fucking hit it.
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« #337 : 01-29-2014 16:03 »

10. Jurassic Bark
9. When Aliens Attack
8. The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
7. Roswell that Ends Well
6. Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles
5. The Luck of the Fryrish
4. Bender's Big Score
3. Fry and the Slurm Factory (lest we forget Slurms MacKenzie)
2. The Sting
1. The Late Philip J. Fry

Possibly not a conclusive list, but that's what my mind's currently set on including. The Tip of the Zoidberg, The Deep South and Mother's Day could all get in this list somewhere, because even though they're not fan favorites, they make me laugh a lot (and in the case of Mother's Day, deeply disturb me).

And you gotta love Zoidberg, especially in The Deep South. I'm close to perfecting my impression of his "homeowner" line.
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« #338 : 01-29-2014 21:53 »

I approve of Slurm Factory getting some love. It's not in my top ten, but it always makes me happy when it's in others.
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« #339 : 03-05-2014 16:13 »

The Late Philip J. Fry is easily my favorite episode.
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« #340 : 04-01-2014 15:53 »

There some episodes I like.  Some I don't.   Really don't want to waste time going through the list of episodes or reviewing them.   That's my answer.

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« #341 : 04-02-2014 01:43 »

Tina-Rannosaurus Wrecks would be my favourite episode, though I pretty much love any Tina-centric outing the show has.
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« #342 : 04-02-2014 02:40 »

I don't have an answer because I've never seen the show before!
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« #343 : 04-02-2014 02:58 »

I don't have an answer because I've never seen the show before!

So... No complete cast picture of Bob's Burgers, then? :(
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« #344 : 04-02-2014 04:17 »

Either O.T.: The Outside Toilet, or Bob Day Afternoon (haven't seen much of Season 4 yet).
UnrealLegend

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« #345 : 04-02-2014 04:27 »

I don't have an answer because I've never seen the show before!

So... No complete cast picture of Bob's Burgers, then? :(

There's a thread on the fan art section entitled "The Bob's Burgers Cast Picture 2.0", but for some reason it's got Futurama characters in it.

The creator of that must be a massive asshole.
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« #346 : 04-02-2014 06:05 »

Might be an odd choice, but Boyz 4 Now is pretty great.
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« #347 : 04-19-2014 22:56 »

Roswell that Ends Well. I also love Jurassic Bark.
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« #348 : 06-01-2014 01:29 »

The Sting is still the best episode ever.
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« #349 : 06-01-2014 02:50 »

The episode with the Robit.
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« #350 : 07-21-2014 04:12 »

I know it's unusual, but my all-time fave has to be lethal inspection. It has it all: Hermes (who's the best character), Bender, existential angst, plot twists, and a surprise ending. The flashback episodes like luck of the Fryrish are all good too.
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« #351 : 07-21-2014 04:27 »

Lethal Inspection's a pretty underrated episode, in my opinion. Not my favourite, but certainly one that gets unfairly overlooked in best episode lists.

I feel that Cold Warriors was a real let down in comparison to the other flashback episodes, though.
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« #352 : 07-21-2014 10:28 »

Yes, Lethal Inspection is one of my favourites and it is seemingly underrated.
Cold Warriors was just decent episode, but I think I like it more than others seem to.
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« #353 : 07-21-2014 11:22 »

Hermes (who's the best character),

I think this is the first person I've seen whose favourite character is Hermes.
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« #354 : 07-21-2014 12:51 »

I love Cold Warriors, but that's mostly because I think its story is great; flashbacks or otherwise. Also it was pretty funny, which certainly helps.
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« #355 : 07-21-2014 13:07 »
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The story is the main problem with Cold Warriors for me. The whole episode just seemed like an exercise in pointlessness, and tried too hard to invoke sentimentality at the end, with the "Fry and his dad bonding" moment feeling ultimately tacked on. The fact that the episode is also lacking in laughs and the fact that a fucking Futurama comic handled the common cold storyline BETTER than the episode only made it worse, in my opinion.
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« #356 : 07-21-2014 13:16 »

I don't have much to say to that other than the fact that I disagree with almost everything in that post. Kill yourself Have a nice day. :)
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« #357 : 07-21-2014 20:45 »
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and tried too hard to invoke sentimentality at the end, with the "Fry and his dad bonding" moment feeling ultimately tacked on.

I think the sentimental ending worked better in Cold Warriors than it did in Game of Tones. Fry and his mum (or mom for you Americans) felt more tacked on than him and his dad, since we actually see him mainly spending time with his dad throughout the episode. In Game of Tones, he just randomly starts missing his mum for no real reason.
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« #358 : 07-22-2014 07:51 »

Cold Warriors wasn't awful, and I definitely agree that the emotional connection in that episode (whilst no less blatant a manipulation of the audience) felt an order of magnitude less forced than in Game of Tones.

With that said, Cold Warriors was let down by the handling of the major plot, and the minor plot suffers by association. I can't say that it's a great episode, but it's certainly not as bad as some of the back end of the revived show's run. Shitfests like the Butterjunk Effect, T the Terrestrial, or Leela and the Genestalk spring to mind as far worse examples of the show overall.

I also have to agree with UrL in an important respect: CW is pretty funny, which helps it somewhat.
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« #359 : 08-29-2014 03:23 »

I approve of Slurm Factory getting some love. It's not in my top ten, but it always makes me happy when it's in others.

It's a really good episode, it might bottom out my top ten if I bothered to make one
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