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JDHannan

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« : 01-12-2003 21:58 »

When Fry is trying to get Seymour back from the museum and the two Scientists come out.  Did anyone notice that one of them looks EXACTLY like Hank Azaria's Scientist character from TV's Friends?
seems a little over-coincidental considering Hank Azaria's huge involvement in Matt Groening's The Simpsons!  :eek:
SQFreak

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« #1 : 01-12-2003 22:48 »
« : 01-12-2003 22:48 »

You're probably right. That's not unusual.

In "Bicyclops Built for Two," most of the people in the "chat room" were staff for the show! They appear in many other episodes too.

Welcome to PEEL, JDHannan (Yes, I will beat you to it again, futurefreak.)!
Teral

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« #2 : 01-13-2003 09:06 »

One of the scientists was named Ben Beeler, and one of the co-executive producers (and wirters) of Futurama is named Ken Keeler. Coincidence?
Gocad

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« #3 : 01-13-2003 09:11 »

Probably not, since they build in many references to their own lifes. (-> Adress of the Cyrogenic Lab in SP3K)
Birdbot

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« #4 : 05-23-2004 01:35 »

*Bump*

When the Professor was extracting Seymour's DNA, the first time he pulls down on a rope.

Later, after Bender retrieves Seymour, the Professor pulls it down again, but this time its on a chain!

Explanations?
Gocad

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« #5 : 05-23-2004 04:33 »

Otis P Jivefunk

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« #6 : 05-23-2004 04:47 »

Anything is possible if you can imagine it...
Sal

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« #7 : 05-23-2004 05:38 »

Probably part of the tune up...?
TheLampIncident

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« #8 : 05-23-2004 09:10 »

The rope shed its skin.
Alliteration

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« #9 : 05-23-2004 15:00 »

It's obvious that the rope was really a string of mischivious nano-bots that like screwing with die-hard fans heads.
Nasty Pasty

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« #10 : 05-23-2004 18:57 »

 
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Originally posted by Alliteration:
It's obvious that the rope was really a string of mischivious nano-bots that like screwing with die-hard fans heads.

or maybe it was just an animation error.


...either that or the Wizards.
Nixorbo

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« #11 : 05-23-2004 19:25 »

After he pulled the rope, it retracted into the ceiling, and the chain descended.
Ranadok

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« #12 : 05-23-2004 19:31 »

The chain is better suited to stand high temperatures than the rope, so he changed it when he had a spare minute, why not?
Alliteration

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« #13 : 05-23-2004 21:33 »

Thats so plausable I can't believe it!
scooty puff snr

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« #14 : 05-23-2004 23:52 »

He pulled the rope one and broke it and while we weren't looking swapped it with a chain so it was stronger.
Dumbsworth

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« #15 : 05-24-2004 01:38 »

Probably deliberate to annoy fans.
dimension_8

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« #16 : 05-24-2004 04:22 »

Damn those wizards, damn them all to hell!
Popetastic

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« #17 : 05-24-2004 10:25 »

Yeah, I think that was deliberate (kinda like the different ways to operate the What If Machine).
Teral

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« #18 : 05-24-2004 13:01 »

Eric Kaplan: "Pssst, was it deliberate?"
Swinton Scott: "Just play along, like we did on the audio commentaries."
ooy

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« #19 : 06-09-2004 04:32 »

sure, blame the wizards!
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