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Iron Chef
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« on: 10-21-2003 11:11 »

I was watching that truly wonderful episode 'Time Keeps on Slipping' recently and I thought about what would have happened in the time skip that resulted in Fry and Leela's marriage.
How did Fry move the stars with no one else noticing?
How would Leela have first seen it?
How long a period did the skip cover?
I am interested in other people's views on the issue 

Urban Legend
« Reply #1 on: 10-21-2003 11:14 »

after he was finished moving the stars he probably brought her out there to see them. And then one thing would have led to another, and would have led there again on the way home.
less than hero

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« Reply #2 on: 10-21-2003 11:38 »

Hmmmm...I sense a put your head on my shouders quote, venus...
Well, I would guess that Fry moved the stars when Leela was helping to teach Bender how to make cupcakes(God forbib).  Then, when she was licking the spoon, he would fly the ship out and show her from the "safe distance" that he takes it out to later.  Also, iron chef, I have to agree that time keeps on slipping is a great episode.
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