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« on: 03-24-2005 05:18 »

Okay.  How does Slurms' sunnies stay on?  They just seem to sit there.  And they aren't glued because he can just take them off when he wants to. 

Also, at the end of the ep the scantily clad girls are on the PE ship.  One assumes that they just leave when they get to Earth, so I guess this isn't really anything wierd, but it does mean that these 2 girls arrive on earth with nothing but the bikinis on their back.

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« Reply #1 on: 03-24-2005 05:31 »

1) Ever tried picking up a shell-less snail? Some of them are quite sticky. I assume Slurm's shades just stick to his natural mucus.

2) Yes.

« Reply #2 on: 03-24-2005 05:37 »
« Last Edit on: 03-24-2005 05:37 »

Ew.  Also, I'll say this here because I can't be bothered starting a new thread, but in A Flight To Remember, in the scene where the couples are all togehter, Ziodberg is with that tentacle girl.

She was in the miss Universe thing.  How could Zoidberg possibly get a beautyqueen?  Even a tentacle-beauty queen?

EDIT-Okay, I just answered my own question.  It could be the same species, but not the same person.
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