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PEE Poll: Best Futurama Script
Parasites Lost   -1 (1.9%)
The Farnsworth Parabox   -4 (7.7%)
Space Pilot 3000   -2 (3.8%)
Roswell That Ends Well   -14 (26.9%)
Luck of The Fryrish   -8 (15.4%)
The Devil's hands are Idle Playthings   -3 (5.8%)
Jurassic Bark   -1 (1.9%)
The Sting   -16 (30.8%)
A Flight to Remember   -0 (0%)
Other   -3 (5.8%)
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Nefnar

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« : 11-03-2003 21:45 »
« : 11-03-2003 21:45 »

What's your favorite script/screenplay of futurama?
I really like the one of The Farnsworth Parabox because of its complexivity, even though the one of Roswell that Ends Well is also one of my favorites.

There's a page full of Futurama scripts but I forgot how it was called.
SQFreak

Professor
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« #1 : 11-03-2003 21:53 »

The Sting. No question in my mind.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« #2 : 11-03-2003 21:54 »

always and forever, The Sting
John C
Starship Captain
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« #3 : 11-03-2003 22:01 »

The Sting. Everyone knows I love Devil's Hands, but that's mostly because of the music. The Sting was actually amazingly well written.
Mr. Potter

Professor
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« #4 : 11-03-2003 22:07 »

Ehh,yeah, of course, The Sting is the one.
Nixorbo

UberMod
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« #5 : 11-03-2003 23:15 »

I was not surprised by the end of The Sting.  In fact I was half-expecting it.

I was, however, completely surprised by the end of Luck of the Fryrish.  THAT was great writing.
Killbot Bot Jnr
Bending Unit
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« #6 : 11-03-2003 23:22 »

I can't believe everyone's voting for 'The Sting'.
The ending was very predictable, although I was thinking to myself 'surely they wouldn't do something as lame as making the whole thing a dream' but they did. It's been done many times before and can't believe that it is perhaps the most popular episode.

I'm thinking either A Roswell that ends well, Jurassic Bark or Luck of the Fryrish.
Probably Jurassic Bark.
Venus

Urban Legend
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« #7 : 11-03-2003 23:23 »

i expected the ending to the sting too, but that's not the fault of the episode, it's the fault of everyone knowing that Fry wasn't gonna die since he still had half a season to appear in.
However i am not disputing that LOTF was indeed several shades of awesome.
Pitt Clemens

Urban Legend
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« #8 : 11-03-2003 23:38 »

T'hell wit tha stang.  Dat dere "Roswell" dun had twaice, da dubble o laffter.  'Scuse me Ah gots to veto me this here beel frum congrays.
[AdAM]

Bending Unit
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« #9 : 11-04-2003 09:09 »

Eighter 'The Sting' or LOTF...
Ah, I'll go for LOTF.
boingo2000

Liquid Emperor
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« #10 : 11-04-2003 09:16 »

Roswell!  My 2nd favourite episode!  {Where No Fan... is my favourite, but it needs the actors to get the humour across, it's not as funny in plain script form.)
Futurama_Hil

Urban Legend
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« #11 : 11-04-2003 09:30 »

The Sting of course. Was there ever a doubt?! I think not!
Pitt Clemens

Urban Legend
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« #12 : 11-04-2003 09:33 »

 
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Originally posted by boingo2000:
Roswell!  My 2nd favourite episode!  {Where No Fan... is my favourite, but it needs the actors to get the humour across, it's not as funny in plain script form.)

Nimoy: BILL!
Shatner: L-dog!
Nimoy: I feel like hugging you.
Shatner: Well I would, except you have no body.
Nimoy: Yes.
Shatner: And we're both men!
leelaholic

Liquid Emperor
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« #13 : 11-04-2003 09:40 »

IITM and TWOF aren't on it so I'll vote for the pilot.
Teral

Helpy McHelphelp
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« #14 : 11-04-2003 10:00 »

 
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Originally posted by Killbot Bot Jnr:
I can't believe everyone's voting for 'The Sting'.
The ending was very predictable, although I was thinking to myself 'surely they wouldn't do something as lame as making the whole thing a dream' but they did. It's been done many times before and can't believe that it is perhaps the most popular episode.

Would you rather have them do the "royal jelly magically restore Fry using DNA from the couch" ending? As Venus mentioned, everybody knew Fry wouldn't remain dead at the end of the episode, so making it all a dream was actually their best option.

Since "Godfellas" isn't on there, I'll go with "Roswell That Ends Well".
Mouse On Venus

Liquid Emperor
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« #15 : 11-04-2003 12:42 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
 Would you rather have them do the "royal jelly magically restore Fry using DNA from the couch" ending? As Venus mentioned, everybody knew Fry wouldn't remain dead at the end of the episode, so making it all a dream was actually their best option.

 The other option, of course, would be to not kill Fry at all...  :p

Otis P Jivefunk

DOOP Secretary
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« #16 : 11-04-2003 12:49 »
« : 11-04-2003 12:49 »

Where's the 'all' option?   :p

I'm going with 'The Sting'. I just can't believe the same guy wrote that as 'That's Lobstertainment!'   :eek: But I'm not complaining   :)
VPActionRanger

Bending Unit
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« #17 : 11-04-2003 14:48 »

el stingo. It, along with IHATDPT and LOTF, have both put lumps in my throat. the sting's "Lump" choked me up.
Squeezit

Bending Unit
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« #18 : 11-04-2003 14:57 »

BAH the Sting. Roswell that Ends Well is the greatest thing since sliced bread. It is the bomb diggety. It owns you AND your dog.
Evil Fox Exec

Bending Unit
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« #19 : 11-04-2003 16:50 »

I love the Sting, too!  I don't care if the ending was stereotypical.  The contents of the episode were quite original.  I like it how the episode screws with your mind.  The first time I saw this episode, I got duped by the part when Fry comes alive from the royal jelly.  Although every single other episode listed is really good, and makes it hard to choose (except for Devil's Hands, which I am not a big fan of).
ActionLaPointe

Starship Captain
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« #20 : 11-04-2003 18:35 »

mixing it up a bit, im going with time keeps on slippin'. tho it seems the populance is going with the sting and luck of the fryish, both really good. bubble gum tate, benders dreams, and frys scream of disbelief in the end sold me.
SweetSweetCandy

Crustacean
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« #21 : 11-04-2003 18:41 »

I'm gonna go with an old favourite in "Love's Labour's Lost in Space" as it was the episode that got me hooked and it still one of the best and funniest scripts of them all.
Beamer

DOOP Secretary
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« #22 : 11-05-2003 02:14 »

Looking at the votes here - the 2 leading episodes are The Sting and Roswell That Ends Well. Now, as much as I love The Sting's morbid humour and trippiness, the ending was far from original. Roswell That Ends Well was also brilliantly crafted episode with terrific jokes and many entertaining moments... but still, the "twist" ending was also far from original.

My choice, however - would be Luck Of The Fryrish. There are many good episodes out there, but LOTF, on the other hand - was well written the whole way through, with a twist to the ending that I don't think ANYONE saw coming. Sentimental humour at it's finest. LOTF gets my vote for sure.
Mouse On Venus

Liquid Emperor
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« #23 : 11-05-2003 04:55 »

 
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Originally posted by Beamer:
My choice, however - would be Luck Of The Fryrish. There are many good episodes out there, but LOTF, on the other hand - was well written the whole way through, with a twist to the ending that I don't think ANYONE saw coming. Sentimental humour at it's finest. LOTF gets my vote for sure.

A good point, and I'll agree that it's one of the more original episodes in the series, but there was so much stilted, unconvincing dialogue in the second and third act that I personally couldn't get into that illusion.  :hmpf:
FilthyCrab

Urban Legend
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« #24 : 11-05-2003 13:40 »

LOTF has the best ending, some of the early parts weren't as good as other stuff written for Futurama.  I'll vote later.
Bushmeister

Professor
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« #25 : 11-06-2003 15:40 »

I must say that I do quite like "The Devils' Hands" but that is mainly for sentimental reasons more than anything. All the episodes here have great scripts as I see it but I would have to agree with saying that "The Sting" was the most well written. The first time that I watched that episode, I felt that it did an excellent job of keeping me intriguied and thinking a lot about it, while at the same time my perception of what was going on was shifted every few minutes by the script.
Dr M

Poppler
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« #26 : 11-07-2003 17:23 »

i like Roswell That Ends well, how the alien was Dr Zoidberg!
JRay

Delivery Boy
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« #27 : 11-07-2003 21:53 »

I think SP3000 was great, got me hooked on the show. Gets my vote.
moon_cakes

Crustacean
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« #28 : 11-08-2003 06:21 »
« : 11-08-2003 06:21 »

Watched 'The Farnswoth Parabox' yesterday, and it gets my vote for the best written one, as it is very clever, and is also one of the funniest episodes to me.  :laff:   ;)
Thoth

Bending Unit
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« #29 : 11-08-2003 08:20 »

Gotto say The Sting, when i first saw it i didn't know they were gonna do more episodes or anything, so i thought it might as well could be the last episode.
I wasn't shure about anything, would they really kill of the main charecter, eaven if this is the last episode?
I recon i saw it they way it was ment to be seen.
1 of the gang

Starship Captain
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« #30 : 01-03-2004 20:58 »

*BUMP*

The best Futurama script?

I deffinatly have to say Roswell That Ends Well.
It had a good story line deffinatly some of the most memorable lines.
Nick Kang

Delivery Boy
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« #31 : 01-16-2004 19:35 »

Roswell that ends well.
M0le

Space Pope
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« #32 : 01-16-2004 19:40 »

Without a doubt, Roswell that Ends well.
  ;)
Professie

Bending Unit
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« #33 : 01-17-2004 06:20 »

I like "The sting" the best, but RTEW and TFP are great episodes too.
Marked4Death
Crustacean
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« #34 : 01-17-2004 19:59 »

No question that comes to my mind.... The Sting
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