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« on: 03-12-2004 14:52 »

hi everyone i'm new, just got the dvd and got to thinking, wonder if you have any thoughts.  forgive me if you've already talked about it.

part of why i liked the simpsons so much were those episodes that had heart, like And Maggie Makes Three and Homer's Mom.  they were funny, sure, but they were also really poignant, almost sad at times. 

anyway, about futurama, i was watching Luck of the Fryrish and thought about the episode Jurassic Bark, and started thinking that maybe that's why i've gotten to like futurama more than the simpsons...it manages to be heartfelt even in a completely fantastical world. it was cancelled just as it got to start developing really close emotional connections, while continuing to be really freaking hilarious at the same time.  meanwhile the simpsons has lost a lot of its emotional core.  just a thought.....

any of you guys have any moments from futurama that you think elevate it above the level of basic comic cartoon?

« Reply #1 on: 03-12-2004 14:54 »

sorry, i'm an idiot and posted this to the wrong thread.  ....ahem...

Space Pope
« Reply #2 on: 03-12-2004 14:54 »
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Welcome! Wrong forum i'm afraid, this is the one for help on problems. Take the thread to General Discussion! - You posted first!

And welcome to PEEL, check the PEELers' FAQ if you get stuck in the future   :)

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #3 on: 03-12-2004 16:54 »

Welcome to PEEL, Big Willie. Enjoy it here.  :)

Space Pope
« Reply #4 on: 03-12-2004 19:55 »

Welcome to PEEL! By the way, Futurama definitely has heart. It is evident in episodes such as "The Luck of the Fryrish" and "Jurassic Bark".

Starship Captain
« Reply #5 on: 03-12-2004 20:56 »

No moment in Futurama I've ever seen affected me more than the ending of Time Keeps on Slippin'.

Urban Legend
« Reply #6 on: 03-12-2004 21:03 »

Originally posted by Blackadder11:
No moment in Futurama I've ever seen affected me more than the ending of Time Keeps on Slippin'.

While that ending did get to me on the inside a little, I found it to be very sudden. It almost came from nowhere.

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