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blahness

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« : 04-21-2002 18:09 »

the sign outside the church of trek says: A Sci-Fi Religion that doesnt take all your money. - a direct jab at scientology

in the video store we again see the movie cover for Planet of the Clams.
other movies on the shelves: The Yawning, Werewolf Boy, Galaxy Wars, The Bellyachers, and Pipi Long?something?

The missle they sent the star trek tapes out in was like the genesis probe they sent out in the second star trek movie

everyone please add more  :)
cellery

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« #1 : 04-21-2002 18:19 »

The bleeping witness stand type thing they sat in during the trial was similar to the one used by Captain Muskie in "A Clone of My Own."
B.Frankendorfer

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« #2 : 04-21-2002 19:06 »

Which itself is a ref to Star Trek and the former captian of the Enterprise Chistopher Pike!  ::Geek-o-Meter explodes::

Also, here's a little nitpick just to be annoying.  They have said the words "Star Trek" in public before without having an alarm go off.
meisterPOOP

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« #3 : 04-21-2002 20:24 »

They had the 'time portal' which Kirk & Spock used to travel back to the depression era.
meisterPOOP

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« #4 : 04-21-2002 20:26 »

 
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Originally posted by cellery:
The bleeping witness stand type thing they sat in during the trial was similar to the one used by Captain Muskie in "A Clone of My Own."

I think that was a futuristic wheel chair.

phatslug

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« #5 : 04-21-2002 20:40 »

Does anyone know Morse Code, one can only trust the futurama writers put some funny message in there with the beeping...
Nixorbo

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« #6 : 04-21-2002 20:43 »
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On the end credits:

          

      

The premise of the court martial and the "witness chair," or whatever it was called, was based on this episode - This is a low-quality image in which you might see one of the sources for a joke

Out of idle curiousity, how do you court-martial civilians?
B.Frankendorfer

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« #7 : 04-21-2002 20:45 »

Ohhhhhhh!! I know that dude, he scares the living crap outta me!
MuscaDomestica

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« #8 : 04-21-2002 20:50 »

lol... to bad my episode didn't have the credits (missed the episode, had to get it another way)
Also the other time it was mentioned it was in private, not in a public area.
Gilgamesh

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« #9 : 04-21-2002 21:40 »
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Who spotted the Space:1999 Eagle spacecraft? The ship that fires the missile full of video tapes into space is one of these
Nixorbo

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« #10 : 04-21-2002 21:52 »

Hmm, I have no idea as to why it looked familiar to me.  Musta been my Nerd-Sense tingling or something.
Kryten

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« #11 : 04-21-2002 22:04 »

Didja notice Zapp pulling the "Picard Maneuver" (pulling the bottom of his shirt) when he stood up?
Gilgamesh

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« #12 : 04-21-2002 22:58 »

The last trekkie to get thrown into the volcano is wearing a T-shirt with the slogan "Beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life here".

I'd have thrown him in first for that.
Xenomorph
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« #13 : 04-21-2002 23:41 »

Wasn't "The Federation from ya Sta Trek program" used in Brannigan Begin Again?
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« #14 : 04-21-2002 23:52 »

Yeah, hermes compared the federation to DOOP after Fry didn't know about the UNO.
BrainSluggo

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« #15 : 04-22-2002 03:11 »

Holy frejoles, so few people got the Space: 1999 reference? Fans of that were even more annoying than Trekkies. I feel so old now...I'd step into a suicide booth, but I'm already in my pajamas...Amy, hold my dentures...

"Thure!"
--Amy
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« #16 : 04-22-2002 04:06 »
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Nice to see this from the classic British TV Series - Space 1999 make an appearance

 
Gilgamesh

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« #17 : 04-22-2002 08:38 »
« : 04-22-2002 08:38 by Nixorbo »

Scotty in a Jeffries tube ...



Bender in something similar ...

 

 
Gilgamesh

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« #18 : 04-22-2002 08:48 »

 
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Originally posted by phatslug:
Does anyone know Morse Code, one can only trust the futurama writers put some funny message in there with the beeping...

If anyone has nothing better to do today, you could find out at www.soton.ac.uk/~scp93ch/morse/index.html
Venus

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« #19 : 04-22-2002 14:02 »

Did anyone else notice Zapp's mispronunciation of Leela's name? he pronounced it 'tor-un-ga' instead of 'tor-an-ga'. ewww
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« #20 : 04-22-2002 15:13 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
Did anyone else notice Zapp's mispronunciation of Leela's name? he pronounced it 'tor-un-ga' instead of 'tor-an-ga'. ewww

That's cause he's Zapp.
Kryten

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« #21 : 04-22-2002 18:10 »

Obviously, he had just had a meal of gwack-a-mole and champaggen.
BrainSluggo

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« #22 : 04-23-2002 00:25 »
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Zapp-phrase I hereby reserve for a fanfic:


Nixorbo's question about court-martialing civilians is valid; probably explains why the trial went nowhere in the end anyway. It's not an official DOOP proceeding, but some of Zapp's spur-of-the-moment jackassery.

He probably thought it was pronounced "court-martian" until Kif corrected him; later, he threatened to have Fry "kill-hauled."
Shadowstar

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« #23 : 04-23-2002 04:41 »

Outside the head museum, a sign reads, "Next Lice Check: 4pm" AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
Delta-V

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« #24 : 04-24-2002 09:05 »

The hand reaching out and grabbing the Planet Express ship is from the ST episode "Who Mourns for Adonis?".

When they kill all the Star Trek disciples, they "execute them in the manner befitting virgins"...implying all ST geeks are virgins.

Welshy is an obvious play on "Scotty" (Scotland/Scottish -> Wales/Welsh)

The part where Melllvar tells them they must fight with whatever they can find, is taken from "The Savage Curtain".

Kryten

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« #25 : 04-24-2002 12:06 »

I thought it was from "Arena" (where Kirk builds a cannon out of dirt, diamonds, and a hollow log.).
Delta-V

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« #26 : 04-24-2002 13:11 »

In "Arena", there's just Kirk and the Gorn, and the Gorn really didn't a weapon.

In "The Savage Curtain", it was Kirk, Spock, Abraham Lincoln, and Surak vs. the bad dudes from history (Ghengis Kahn, Kahless, and others).  Our heros attempt to fashion weapons just like Kirk and Spock did (slings, bows, spears).  Of course, we know know Kahless and the Kingons aren't all bad guys.
aslate

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« #27 : 04-24-2002 13:39 »

 
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Originally posted by Gilgamesh:
Scotty in a Jeffries tube ...

  

Judging by the blue wavy lines forcefieldy thing it looks more like the matter/anti-matter reaction chamber, they don't have those forcefields in jeffries tubes.
Matty

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« #28 : 04-24-2002 14:34 »

Kirk's shreddered shirt is from the episode 'Shore Leave'

I made 2 screenshots myself from the 2 end-credit-aliens, they're bigger so if anyone here wants a closer look:
 http://www.simpsons.nl/matty/kif.jpg  http://www.simpsons.nl/matty/kifspoof.jpg
Teral

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« #29 : 04-24-2002 18:15 »

^ Referring to (among other) Matty's pics.

 
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Originally posted by Kryten:
It's a parody of the end credits of Star Trek. Kif looks like the alien that was seen during said end credits. Said alien was the fake Balok from episode 5, "The Corbomite Maneuver

Snatched from the now-closed thread in "Human Resource". Actually "The Corbomite Maneuver" was episode 3. Yeah, it's a minor point  :p
Nixorbo

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« #30 : 04-24-2002 19:21 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
 Actually "The Corbomite Maneuver" was episode 3. Yeah, it's a minor point   :p

Yeah, OK, Melllvar.
Kryten

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« #31 : 04-24-2002 20:54 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
^ Referring to (among other) Matty's pics.

 Snatched from the now-closed thread in "Human Resource". Actually "The Corbomite Maneuver" was episode 3. Yeah, it's a minor point   :p


Third made, maybe... but fifth to air! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Gilgamesh

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« #32 : 04-25-2002 21:10 »

 
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Originally posted by aslate:
 Judging by the blue wavy lines forcefieldy thing it looks more like the matter/anti-matter reaction chamber, they don't have those forcefields in jeffries tubes.

didn't you just know that this thread would turn into a Trek-fest?   :sleep:
aslate

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« #33 : 04-26-2002 11:33 »

Naa, i was just trying to seem really trecky, i only watch it abit and i'm not really a fan of TOS
PainoMan

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« #34 : 04-29-2002 15:16 »

 
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Originally posted by B.Frankendorfer:
Which itself is a ref to Star Trek and the former captian of the Enterprise Chistopher Pike!  ::Geek-o-Meter explodes::

Bah!  Kids stuff!

PainoMan

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« #35 : 04-29-2002 15:20 »

 
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Originally posted by Kryten:
 Third made, maybe... but fifth to air! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!


It was the 10th espisode to air, not counting "The Cage".
BrainSluggo

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« #36 : 04-30-2002 01:57 »

Before Shatner turns on the "charm"--gak!--Leela is about to cream him...with the boulder she has lifted over her head!! Either Leela's from Krypton, or the Melvarr's planet is...made of papier-maché!! Beautiful! It's the planet Cheap-Set Twelve!!
Teral

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« #37 : 04-30-2002 07:50 »

    Could also be a resultat of her mutant heritage.

    She has shown feats of great strength before:

      She easily flips the couch with both Bender and Fry in it in "Brannigan Begin Again" (and Bender weighs 425 pounds).

      She withstands the gravity of the planet in the same episode without any problems, something none of the guys can.

      She carries Fry all the way to the top of Watergate Hotel in "A Head In The Polls".

      etc.
Just Chris

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« #38 : 04-30-2002 08:01 »

Other strange connections to the utterance of the word "Star Trek":

-The word is forbidden, so in "Space Pilot 3000" the automatic door had a purpose in smashing Fry in the face when he said "Wow, just like on Star Trek."

-On the flip side, there is an "Old Trek vs. New Trek" site on the internet. But I think that mistake is at least excusable, being that it's hard to catch illegal activity on the internet.
Chump

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« #39 : 05-01-2002 18:17 »

I like the Star Trek Wars (where there was a great war between trekkies and nontrekkies) vs. Star Wars Trek (the migration of millions of Star Wars fans) joke.

Also, since it is shown that one needs to operate the pedal to make it beep, maybe captain musty isn't so bad off after all.
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