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Delivery Boy
« Reply #40 on: 02-25-2006 08:07 »

Because it would be an extremely dumb move to do otherwise.

Bending Unit
« Reply #41 on: 05-25-2006 14:05 »

I think that this could be the remenant of an unexplored plotline. And the reason The G Man and David X havnt mentioned it is because it releates to Futurama's overall story arc.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #42 on: 05-25-2006 14:13 »

Maybe it's an in-joke, or maybe what Matt calls 'Freeze-frame grabs'. But I like the idea of a hidden mystery...

Bending Unit
« Reply #43 on: 02-02-2007 21:52 »

wow good idea for fan fic yancy returns cool
Liquid Emperor
« Reply #44 on: 02-03-2007 07:56 »

Go for it if you're motivated.
power girl07

Bending Unit
« Reply #45 on: 02-28-2007 15:57 »

I noticed something else like this in Simpsons. There was a kid in the detention room and then they walked into the canteen and there was the same kid. May be it was a clone!
« Reply #46 on: 02-28-2007 17:02 »
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Doesn't Yancey stay behind, in 2000, get married, and (his wife) give birth to Philip J. Fry, the first man on Mars?

If Fry is 25 when he gets frozen, guessing Yancey is about 3 years older from Fry's birth scene in "Luck of the Fryrish", that makes Yancey 28 in 2000.

Yancey's son is born when Yancey is in his mid-30s (according to voice credits), say, 33 to be generous, meaning the first man to walk on Mars was born circa 2005.

So, with a wife and child, Yancey volunteers for cryogenic freezing?  Unlikely, although we can all imagine scenarios where he might.

Accidentally?  Less likely than two brothers winning $100 million in lotteries six years apart.
« Reply #47 on: 02-28-2007 17:05 »
« Last Edit on: 02-28-2007 17:05 »

If world population doubles every 100 years, then (guessing half the population was destroyed during the alien invasion in, say, 2200, while Fry was frozen), I'd guess about 1.5 trillion humans ALIVE in the universe in 3000, and about 3.0 trillion that have EVER lived.

DNA has a lot of permutations, but heck, we've had look-alikes with the mere 12 billion people that are living and have ever lived!


Bending Unit
« Reply #48 on: 03-01-2007 12:13 »

Originally posted by ItsAHawkingHole:

None. Instead I suggest you read this.
And perhaps from the start?

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