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« : 08-09-2003 01:23 »

I didn't see this posted on gotfuturama.com yet or in this message board so I thought I'd let you all become aware of this:

Very cool interview with lots of vauable information for all you fans out there.  Also, he mentions gotfuturama.com in the interview and says he goes there to look up stuff sometimes!  Woohoo!  Looking forward to the Series Finale, then Season 2 DVD, then the Futurama game, all in the same week as my vacation!  Can it get any better?   :cool:   Oh yeah, this is my first post here, what's up?

Liquid Emperor
« #1 : 08-09-2003 01:39 »
« : 08-09-2003 01:39 »

Neat. I'll put (a link to) it on CGEF in a bit. Looks like Cohen was busy giving interviews the last few days.

Starship Captain
« #2 : 08-09-2003 03:37 »

he says about the easter eggs in season 2 having old pictures of the writers how do we see this?

Helpy McHelphelp
DOOP Secretary
« #3 : 08-09-2003 03:47 »

On PC try clicking various things on the menu screen/episode screen.

On A DVD player you just have to play around a bit.

One I remember of the top of my head: click the little Jrrr figure on the "The Problem With Popplers" episode screen and you'll see one of the eastereggs.
M Jackson
« #4 : 08-09-2003 03:59 »

The easter eggs for season 2 aren't that great, season 3 has the best.

« #5 : 08-09-2003 05:12 »

I have a project in the works with Ken Keeler, who is a long time Simpsons and Futurama writer, we are working on a movie which we think we have sold but I don't want to go into too much detail because it's still at a stage where it could fall through. I'll just say that it's based on an old videogame.

Could this or could this not be the Space Invaders movie he was talking about during the AOI2 commentary?

DOOP Secretary
« #6 : 08-09-2003 09:44 »

Originally said by David X Cohen:
There have been huge efforts but the network hasn't been too interested. There is an online petition that as far as I know is the largest petition in TV history to save a show, and there's a Web site run by fans called GotFuturama.com. That site ended up being the central location for fans to go to, and I admit that I go there to see an air date or something I've forgotten. They have a link to it (the petition). I think at one point they delivered a hardcopy to Fox executives which must have been the size of five Manhattan phone books. (laughs)

He loves us, he really loves us!  :love:
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