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PEE Poll: Who is your favoutite writer on Futurama?
Ken Keeler   -16 (25%)
David X. Cohen   -23 (35.9%)
Lewis Morton   -9 (14.1%)
Eric Horsted   -2 (3.1%)
Patrick M. Verrone   -3 (4.7%)
Eric Kaplan   -3 (4.7%)
Bill Odenkirk   -4 (6.3%)
J. Stewert Burns   -1 (1.6%)
Dan Vebber   -1 (1.6%)
Ron Weiner   -2 (3.1%)
Total Members Voted: 64

mads

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« on: 05-22-2003 06:53 »

I don now if anyone have aksed before but  who is your favourite "Writer" on Futurama?.

This is not all of them but those that have writen most episodes.

Here is some of the episodes the diffrent writers have writen:

Ken Keeler - Episode Two: The Series Has Landed, When Aliens Attack, Put Your Head on My Shoulder, Anthology of Interest 1, The Honking, Time Keeps on Slipping, Godfellas, and The Devils hands are Idle Playthings.

David X. Cohen - Space Pilot 3000, Xmas Story, Anthology of Interest 1, Anthology of Interest 2, and The Why of Fry.

Lewis Morton - A Big Piece of Garbage, Fry and the Slurm Factory, Brannigan Begin Aigen, Raging Bender, Mothers Day, Amazon Women in The Mood, The Cyber House Rules, Anthology of Interest 2, and Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV.

Eric Horsted - I,roommate, A Flight To Remember, Lesser of Two Evils, Bender Gets Made, War is the H-Word, Bendless Love, Bendin` in the Wind, and A Taste of Freedom.

Patrick M. Verrone - A Fishful of Dollars, I Second That Emotion, A Clone of My Own, The Problem With Popplers, That`s Lobsterteinment!, A Leela of Her Own, and The Sting.

Eric Kapland - Hell is Other Robots, Why must i be a Crustacean in Love, A Bicyclops Built for Two, Parasites Lost, I Dated a Robot, Jurassic Bark, and Three Hundred Big Boys.

Bill Odenkirk - How Hermes Requsitioned his Groove Back, Insane in The Mainframe, A Tale of Two Santas, Kif Get`s Knocked Up A Notch, and The Farnsworth Paradox.

J.Stewert Burns - Mars University, A Head in The Polls, The Deep South, The Cryonic Woman, and Roswell That Ends Well.

Dan Vebber - Birdbot of Ice-Catraz, Love And Rocket, The Route of All Evile, and Obsloletely Fabulous.

Ron Weiner - Luck Of The Fryrish, Less Than Hero, and Spanish Fry.

Please explain why you choiced the "Writer" you choiced.   :)
mads

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« Reply #1 on: 05-22-2003 06:55 »

My favourite is Ken Keeler, beacuse of his woork on "Godfellas" and "Episode Two: The Series Has Landed.
I offcourse allso like the others.
Grim

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« Reply #2 on: 05-22-2003 06:58 »

I wont give a vote for any single writer, as Futurama and the simpsons is a group writing process, so most writers have input on every episode
Anarchist

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« Reply #3 on: 05-22-2003 07:00 »

I'm going to go with Ken Keeler on this one, although it's definately a tough choice. He has the largest collection of my favorite episodes credited to his name, though, so he gets my vote.
Gocad

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« Reply #4 on: 05-22-2003 07:17 »
« Last Edit on: 05-22-2003 07:17 »

 
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Originally posted by Grim:
I wont give a vote for any single writer, as Futurama and the simpsons is a group writing process, so most writers have input on every episode

Good point.
Nevetheless I give my vote to David X. Cohen.
mikey

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« Reply #5 on: 05-22-2003 07:17 »

david x. The why of fry
Eric Kapland. jurrasic bark
Ron Weiner. Luck Of The Fryrish
J.Stewert Burns. Roswell That Ends Well.
These are my faviorate eps so i guess there my faviorate writers aswell
Javier Lopez

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« Reply #6 on: 05-22-2003 07:38 »
« Last Edit on: 05-22-2003 07:38 »

I vote Dav X sinze my fav eps are writed/cowrited by him..


Australian Guy

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« Reply #7 on: 05-22-2003 08:04 »

Wow i assumed one writer was responible for all the bad eps. It seems all of them had a stinker or two.
blahness

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« Reply #8 on: 05-22-2003 10:34 »

my vote goes to Kaplan because he wrote on most of my favorite eps.. why must i be a crustacean in love, parasites lost... etc..
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #9 on: 05-22-2003 11:47 »
« Last Edit on: 05-22-2003 11:47 »

Very hard decision, and I love eps by all the writers. But I guess I'd just about give my vote to Ken Keeler, because IMO his eps have a certain unique creativity in story. Loads of people comb over the scripts and make it what it is, but Ken Keelers initial story ideas still shine through, especially in 'Godfellas'. Also IMO, his stuff is more far out and wierd, but he explores what Futurama can do with Sci-Fi and the future setting. He's got a certain creativity but doesn't make it too wacky, the balance is right and very cool    :cool:

edit - I also have high hopes for the last ever ep 'Devils Hands', especially as it's writen by Keeler   :)
Teral

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« Reply #10 on: 05-22-2003 13:00 »

            J Stewart Burns, for writing to of the best episodes of the entire show: "A Head In The Polls" and "Roswell That Ends Well", both shows that rank very high on my top-10 list. His episodes are generally very funny and wellwritten.

            Honorable mentions go to:

            Ken Keeler for
              1ACV12 - When Aliens Attack
              2ACV07 - Put your head on my shoulder
              2ACV16 - Anthology of Interest I
              2ACV18 - The Honking
              3ACV14 - Time keeps on slippin'
              3ACV20 - Godfellas

            Brian Kelley for
              1ACV04 - Love's Labour's Lost In Space

            Dan Vebber for
              3ACV05 - The Bird-bot of Ice-catraz
              4ACV03 - Love & Rocket

            Eric Kaplan for
              1ACV09 - Hell Is Other Robots
              2ACV05 - Why Must I Be A Crustacean in Love
              2ACV09 - A Bicyclops Built for Two
              3ACV02 - Parasites Lost
              3ACV15 - I Dated A Robot

            and ofcourse Ron Weiner for
              3ACV04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Kipper

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« Reply #11 on: 05-22-2003 13:27 »

i voted david x cohen because he is the only guy i know 
FishyJoe

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« Reply #12 on: 05-23-2003 15:53 »

I love Ken Keeler. He wrote some great episodes, and he seems like such a goofy, funny guy in the dvd commentaries. But out of pity, my vote will go to Lewis Morton. Zero votes? Come on, people...Amazon Women In The Mood. Brannigan Begins Again. The guy hasn't written a single bad episode.
Margarita

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« Reply #13 on: 05-23-2003 16:21 »

I think they're all great  :)
SamuelXDiamond

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« Reply #14 on: 05-23-2003 16:24 »

David X. because of his overall contribution to the series, plus two of my favourites, Xmas Story and The Why of Fry.

Plus, my name is doctored the same as his.
zozer

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« Reply #15 on: 05-23-2003 17:30 »

ill have to go with David X. Cohen because hes the one i really know anything about. he seems to be more open to interviews than anyone else.
alexvilagosh

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« Reply #16 on: 05-23-2003 21:32 »

I'd go with Ken Keeler because he has done the best episodes in general...
mads

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« Reply #17 on: 06-14-2003 17:06 »

I just wonna get this thread back to page 1. HAHA
ShineFusion

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« Reply #18 on: 06-14-2003 17:43 »

David x cohen
every episode he has written is a classic
boingo2000

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« Reply #19 on: 06-15-2003 14:10 »

Bill Odenkirk.  Sure a lto of hi episodes aren't "Great", but they're all pretty good, the song in How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back is one of my favourite Futurama moments, and the guy used to work on Mr. Show with Bob and David!  (We should all be so lucky to work on two brilliant shows!)
mads

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« Reply #20 on: 06-16-2003 10:16 »

Ken Keeler wrotte the song in "How Hermes Requsitioned His groove Back". But Bill Odenkirk is excellent he too. All of the writers are :)
boingo2000

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« Reply #21 on: 06-16-2003 16:01 »
« Last Edit on: 10-19-2003 22:00 »

Oh, sure, just rip the rug of my argument out from under my feet, causing the rear end of my beliefs to land hard on the floor of reality.  I think I bruised the tailbone of my knowlegde.

OK, enough absurdist metaphor.  Thanks for correcting my facts.  I still like Bill, though.
mads

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« Reply #22 on: 06-17-2003 10:43 »

Problems?
Smitty

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« Reply #23 on: 06-17-2003 14:24 »

Definately Ken Keeler followed closely by Lewis Morton. Keeler work has to be the most consistently best out of all the Futurama wrinting team (did that make sense) and most of his episodes are the series best.

Sadly some of the other writers on that list have been a bit hit and miss. Stewart Burns wrote My Three Suns and Roswell That Ends Well, two of my favourite episodes. But sadly he also wrote The Cryonic Woman. Likewise Ron Weiner wrote Luck Of The Fryrish, the most tearjerking episode ever but he also wrote A Pharoah To Remember which brings his points down a bit. My word that was long and probably pointless.
FlexingUnit22

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« Reply #24 on: 06-17-2003 18:31 »

I'd have to say either Cohen or Weiner...because of Luck Of The Fryrish which is my all time favorite episode by far.
Kipper

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« Reply #25 on: 06-17-2003 19:32 »

Welcome to peel FlexingUnit22 :)
Werewolf80

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« Reply #26 on: 06-17-2003 19:59 »

I've wanted to see a list of writers/episodes like this for a long time now... thanks  :)

My vote goes to Lewis, seeing his episode list gives me a good feeling about Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV...
Sil

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« Reply #27 on: 06-22-2003 06:56 »

I voted Patric Verrone - mainly because I love The Problem With Popplers (2ACV15) and also because he seems like a funny guy.  But I love them all, they're such talented people, with special respect for David X Cohen, Ken Keeler, J Stewart Burns and Lew Morton.
Fryvilous

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« Reply #28 on: 06-22-2003 18:34 »

David X. Cohen, as he shares my first name, and for the other reasons stated above  ;)
Amorpheus

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« Reply #29 on: 06-22-2003 21:59 »

Impossible.  :)
grunka_lunka

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« Reply #30 on: 06-23-2003 20:04 »

Wow, Patrick M. Verronne is really inconsistent. "A Problem With Popplers", "A Clone Of My Own" and "The Sting" are regarded as classics, but "That's Lobstertainmetn" and "A Leela Of Her Own" are widely agreed upon to be the worst episodes ever.

:\ I'm so conflicted!
Sil

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« Reply #31 on: 06-25-2003 12:30 »

Hey! I actually thought A Leela Of Her Own was pretty good! Ah - matter of opinion I guess.  And That's Lobstertainment wasn't *terrible*.  The thing that seems to be forgotten is that there are so many different people contributing to each episode, that if an episode isn't as good, the writer gets the blame.  You gotta remember that every individual involved in each episode is responsible for it.  The writer shouldn't be made the scapegoat.

Ok, I'm done lecturing!
pfastfoot

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« Reply #32 on: 07-25-2003 15:43 »

Eric Horsted is my favorite!  Can't beat "Bender Gets Made"!
canned eggs

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« Reply #33 on: 07-25-2003 16:08 »
« Last Edit on: 07-25-2003 16:08 »

I gotta give Horsted props, too, because he's written some of my favorite episodes that I think are unjustly neglected.  Still, they're all so damn good.  Every one of them on the list has written at least one classic awesome episode.

Edit:  By the way, let me be the first to welcome you to PEEL, pfastfoot.
MrB

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« Reply #34 on: 07-26-2003 00:09 »

Not voting.  Can't choose.  'Nuff said.
Killbot Bot Jnr
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« Reply #35 on: 07-26-2003 00:50 »

Offtopic for just a moment here, what is David X. Cohen's middle name?

Does it really begin with an X?
aussie dude

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« Reply #36 on: 07-26-2003 01:14 »

lewis mortan with honorable mention to ken keeler and dxc
Beamer

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« Reply #37 on: 07-26-2003 03:37 »

David X. Cohen's REAL middle inital is S, which is the name he went under while writing for The Simpsons. However, when they made Futurama - they joined some type of organisation for all TV shows. They don't allow any 2 members to have the same name, and they already had a David S. Cohen in there, so David decided to change his middle initial to X, because it went in well with Futurama's sci-fi theme. It can also be noted that J. Stewert Burns doesn't REALLY have a J in his name - he added it for the same reason David changed his initial.

Also, I'm voting for Ken Keeler, because When Aliens Attack, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Time Keeps On Slippin' and Godfella's all kick ass.
Rage Dump

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« Reply #38 on: 07-26-2003 07:07 »

 
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Originally posted by Beamer:
...Also, I'm voting for Ken Keeler, because When Aliens Attack, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Time Keeps On Slippin' and Godfella's all kick ass.

Second  :)

SQFreak

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« Reply #39 on: 07-26-2003 15:22 »

I vote Patric Verrone. "The Sting" was marvelous, and "That's Lobstertainment!" was pretty good, "The (My) Problem with Popplers" has one of the better lines ("My hands...they're huge! They can touch anything but themselves!" ) and it introduces the Free Waterfalls I believe.

Close second is Ken Keeler for the song in "HHRHGB," as well as introducing the Omicronians in "When Aliens Attack," and ending the series   :cry:   :cry: .
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