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PEE Poll: saddest futurama scene
Fry's star message   -1 (7.7%)
Here lies Phillip J. Fry named after his uncle   -2 (15.4%)
Waiting Semour   -10 (76.9%)
Leela's Happy Memories   -0 (0%)
Appartment Evicted Bender   -0 (0%)
Fry's Bee Sting   -0 (0%)
Mateless Zoidberg   -0 (0%)
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ActionLaPointe

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« : 01-13-2004 17:35 »

alright, whats the saddest scene from the show?
hopefully hasnt been done before, or atleast in anyones recent memory.   :cry:
aslate

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« #1 : 01-13-2004 17:39 »

It's too hard to choose! I think alot of votes will go to the end of Luck Of The Fryrish and Jurassic Bark, both were real tearjerkers, quite a feat for a cartoon to have characters you care about so much.

However i think you're missing an "Other" option, i would think the scene where Fry finds the truth out in The Why of Fry is a good contender.
Jish

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« #2 : 01-13-2004 18:13 »

I'll vote for Seymour. That part nearly made me cry. IMO Bender being evicted wasn't sad at all really, and it was good that Zoidberg didn't get a mate. If he did, he would die.
Teral

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« #3 : 01-13-2004 18:16 »

"LUck Of The Fryrish", though that really wasn't a sad moment per se, more a moving moment. Seymore was probably the only sad thing to happen in Futurama.
SixByNine
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« #4 : 01-13-2004 18:19 »

I voted for LOTF... It is not as sad as the seymour thing in some ways, but it is somewhat more important (what with his brother).
canned eggs

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« #5 : 01-13-2004 18:25 »

Seymour, in Jurassic Bark.  No question.
Stinky

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« #6 : 01-13-2004 18:31 »
« : 01-13-2004 18:31 »

Seeing this dog waiting all his life for Fry was for me the emotivest thing on Futurama. The stars were ok but it was to hort to bring emotions to the viewer ( at my opinion) The gravestone was also very emotive but just a bit less then Jurassic Bark
Ol´coot

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« #7 : 01-13-2004 18:52 »

Gotta be Seymour, no contest imo. Pardon the dim question but 'Leela's Happy Memories'??? What episode does that refer to??

Puzzled Coot
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« #8 : 01-13-2004 19:00 »

I think that refers to Xmas Story.

Personally I belive that the destruction of Fry's message in the stars is the saddest moment of Futurama. It is quite subtly handled, with Sweet Georgia Brown playing over it, the scene does pull at the heartstrings
M0le

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« #9 : 01-13-2004 20:25 »

I thought Leela's happy memories refered to the end of 'Leela's Homeworld'
KnockItUpANotch

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« #10 : 01-13-2004 20:27 »

Seymour waiting for fry. Without a doubt, made me cry like a little girl...
ActionLaPointe

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« #11 : 01-13-2004 20:58 »

it reads Happy Memories in xmas story. a book showing the downpoints of her life more or less
Venus

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« #12 : 01-13-2004 21:09 »

For me it's the sound of Fry's voice during that last scene in The Sting where Fry was absolutely begging for Leela to wake up.
David A

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« #13 : 01-13-2004 21:21 »

The ending credits of "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings"
Nixorbo

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« #14 : 01-13-2004 21:31 »

Because let's face it, polls really aren't that special
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