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davids

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« : 07-04-2003 14:19 »

I saw many mistakes in the cryogenics lab in this episode.
1) after failing to fall in the freezer the desk seems to be way, way too far forward for him to even bash his head.
2) a few seconds later the chair disappers completely.
3) when fry returns with al gore and co. the freezer keeps being shown open and then closed. this also happens earlier when he misses the freezer.

Anyone else see these or others?
Grim

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« #1 : 07-04-2003 18:11 »

The tube that gets wiped by fry has a guy with glasses in it, in the pilot the guy didnt wear glasses.
PCC Fred

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« #2 : 07-04-2003 19:40 »

 
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Originally posted by davids:
I saw many mistakes in the cryogenics lab in this episode.
1) after failing to fall in the freezer the desk seems to be way, way too far forward for him to even bash his head.
2) a few seconds later the chair disappers completely.
3) when fry returns with al gore and co. the freezer keeps being shown open and then closed. this also happens earlier when he misses the freezer.

Anyone else see these or others?

All the above are due to the paradox that results from Fry failing to get frozen.

Or wizards.  Whatever.
spacepilot3000

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« #3 : 07-04-2003 23:47 »

In the segment with Fry and "What would happen if....Blah, Blah, Blah", The timing was wrong with the countdown. In the pilot, after he says "Here's to another lousy millenium", the timer starts. In AOI 1, the timer starts BEFORE he says the line.
mazaite

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« #4 : 07-04-2003 23:49 »

 
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Originally posted by Grim:
The tube that gets wiped by fry has a guy with glasses in it, in the pilot the guy didnt wear glasses.

Ans wasn't it a third guy in "The Why of Fry"? Or is my crazy acting up?
Beamer

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« #5 : 07-05-2003 00:19 »

Maybe the What If machine was just acting up, I don't know...
ShineFusion

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« #6 : 07-05-2003 02:53 »
« : 07-05-2003 02:53 »

Leela said ask instead of axe.
DUN DUN DUN.........
Arcarsenal
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« #7 : 07-22-2003 03:11 »

The whole concept behind that Fry vignette was stoopid.  Are they saying that if he didn't get a
crank call and go to the cryo lab, the entire universe would have imploded.  Jockey Troll Stuff
Gocad

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« #8 : 07-22-2003 03:41 »
« : 07-22-2003 03:41 »

It's a TV Show!
or
GET A LIFE!

Too bad I don't have some good arguments right now, or I would really knock everywone down here ... with good arguments, of course.   ;)
Arcarsenal
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« #9 : 07-22-2003 03:44 »

Typical Cop Out, or did you enjoy Jockey Trolls.
Shadowstar

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« #10 : 07-22-2003 06:23 »

 
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Originally posted by PCC Fred:
Or wizards. Whatever.
Oh man, what would we do without "Treehouse of Horror X"?
Denton

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« #11 : 07-22-2003 06:45 »

Do you even like futurama?
and im serius if your just gonna make negative posts why are you even here, and geezz ITS A TV SHOW LIKE SAID ABOVE
 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
The whole concept behind that Fry vignette was stoopid.  Are they saying that if he didn't get a
crank call and go to the cryo lab, the entire universe would have imploded.  Jockey Troll Stuff

Teral

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« #12 : 07-22-2003 12:22 »

 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
The whole concept behind that Fry vignette was stoopid.  Are they saying that if he didn't get a
crank call and go to the cryo lab, the entire universe would have imploded. 

No, they're saying if he didn't get frozen for 1000 years, the universe would be destroyed. Nothing happens to the space-time continuum until Fry destroys the cryotube.

Standard sci-fi plot.
SQFreak

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« #13 : 07-22-2003 12:42 »

What Teral said is true. Go watch "The Why of Fry." The universe would have been destroyed had Fry not been frozen.
Arcarsenal
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« #14 : 07-23-2003 02:53 »

So I had to wait 40 episodes to find that out huh?  I'm not a furious internet user (braindead)
so please forgive me for complaining about an episode that made no sense what-so-ever.  And if it relates to your little Nibbler-Fry why am I in the 40th century theory, who even cares.  You all act as if every little plot twist adds meaning to your pointless lives.  Get to a beach on the Gold Coast Dude!
PCC Fred

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« #15 : 07-23-2003 07:11 »

 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
The whole concept behind that Fry vignette was stoopid.  Are they saying that if he didn't get a
crank call and go to the cryo lab, the entire universe would have imploded.  Jockey Troll Stuff

The operative word here is "troll".
Denton

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« #16 : 07-23-2003 07:17 »

 
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Originally posted by PCC Fred:
 The operative word here is "troll".

LOL  :laff:   :laff:
Killerfox

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« #17 : 07-23-2003 08:02 »

this wouldnt be possible cuz:

(see thins only if you have seen the why of Fry)
PCC Fred

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« #18 : 07-23-2003 08:06 »

This came up in another thread; someone said Nibbler might have placed the call, but been prevented from returning to the cryogenics place for some reason.
Killerfox

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« #19 : 07-23-2003 09:42 »

could be
Cube_166

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« #20 : 07-23-2003 14:10 »

 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
So I had to wait 40 episodes to find that out huh?  I'm not a furious internet user (braindead)
so please forgive me for complaining about an episode that made no sense what-so-ever.  And if it relates to your little Nibbler-Fry why am I in the 40th century theory, who even cares.  You all act as if every little plot twist adds meaning to your pointless lives.  Get to a beach on the Gold Coast Dude!

Do you even like futurama? honestly now?
Teral

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« #21 : 07-23-2003 14:26 »

 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
So I had to wait 40 episodes to find that out huh?

No, you just had to watch "Anthology of Interest I".
Hulkbuster

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« #22 : 07-23-2003 17:27 »

 
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Originally posted by Arcarsenal:
So I had to wait 40 episodes to find that out huh?  I'm not a furious internet user (braindead)
so please forgive me for complaining about an episode that made no sense what-so-ever.  And if it relates to your little Nibbler-Fry why am I in the 40th century theory, who even cares.  You all act as if every little plot twist adds meaning to your pointless lives.  Get to a beach on the Gold Coast Dude!


Your in the re-check thread on a Futurama webforum, forgive us for talking about FUTURAMA RECHECKS you cretin. If you make a comment expect to be corrected, and don't expect your info to be flawless when you haven't seen all the episodes.
Killerfox

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« #23 : 07-23-2003 17:31 »

 Arcarsenal: if you dont like it then swallow your pointless comments
Kryten

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« #24 : 07-23-2003 22:23 »

*raises his banstick threateningly*
Atticus

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« #25 : 07-23-2003 22:37 »

sprite

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« #26 : 07-24-2003 08:44 »

well um, isn't there anyone that reflected that Bender was is that "worm hole"  I mean, if Fry never came to the Future Bender should had kill him self in that suicide booth?
davids

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« #27 : 07-24-2003 09:22 »

And he would have never met the rest of the crew so why was bender and leela in the hole? if fry never came they wouldn't be working for planet express
sprite

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« #28 : 07-24-2003 10:51 »

hmm, that's weird....
Hulkbuster

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« #29 : 07-24-2003 20:31 »

Well all of the people might have acted the same way, that is what would have created the paradox. They would have been trying to live there lives as if Fry was there, because the universe knew he should be. Other than that the fact that fry didn't run away from the cryo lab could have lead to Leela leaving her job saving bender etc. etc. There is no way to speculate as to what could have happened.
canned eggs

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« #30 : 07-24-2003 22:24 »

That's the whole problem with the "what if" scenario.  Someone once said that counterfactuals are always true, because the premise is false.  My point is that this sort of inconsistency should probably not be regarded as an error.
Teral

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« #31 : 07-25-2003 10:36 »
« : 07-25-2003 10:36 »

Besides we saw the other 4 characters through a rift in the space-time continuum, who knows what screwy things this could do to the timeline.

Maybe Fry remaining in the present resulted in a string of events, that ultimetely menat Leela and Bender would take a job at PE on their own wish. Chaos theory and all.

Plus if Voyager have taught us anything, it's time-paradoxes doesn't have to make sense.

::shakes fist::
Damn you, Kathryn Janeway!! Damn you to a Year of Hell!
Smon

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« #32 : 07-26-2003 20:47 »

The What if machine displays what if, so if the time space gravitons got crossed with the differences of what if combined with the outside force of X then differences like these are bound to happen. X being a wizard.
Killerfox

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« #33 : 07-29-2003 13:56 »

thats why the universe imploded, there were happening things that didnt have to happen
payn
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« #34 : 08-04-2003 08:41 »

 
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Originally posted by canned eggs:
That's the whole problem with the "what if" scenario.  Someone once said that counterfactuals are always true, because the premise is false.

Yes, logic tells us that contrafactuals are always true.

And, even better, quantum physics tells us that contrafactuals are actually meaningless. Which is even more entertainingly ridiculous. If there is any way to answer the question, "What if," then either causality doesn't work, or there's no objective reality, or... well, the other choices get even weirder from there.
boingo2000

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« #35 : 08-04-2003 09:03 »
« : 08-04-2003 09:03 »

 
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Originally posted by Killerfox:
this wouldnt be possible cuz:

(see thins only if you have seen the why of Fry)


boo

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« #36 : 08-06-2003 03:19 »

Um, the question posed to the what-if machine was "What if I had invented the finlonger?"
I don't necesarilly believe that the vignettes that were within the vision shown to Farnsworth were accurate or even vaguely serious. 
A guy from 2003

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« #37 : 08-11-2003 19:29 »

  :laff:  THERE IS NO ONE THERE AT THE CYRO LAB TO ORDER THE PIZZA NIBBLER EVEN SAID HIMSELF THAT HIS KIND CAN LIVE FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS
Plus I saw that Fry's dialouge matched you don't see the shadow

2 reasons
1.the episode nor nibbler wasn't planned then
2. 30th centuray Fry is holding nibbler back
El Zilcho

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« #38 : 08-11-2003 21:21 »

 
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Originally posted by A guy from 2003:
1.the episode nor nibbler wasn't planned then
It was planned since the first episode. Y'know, the shadow and all?
ooy

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« #39 : 10-23-2003 00:59 »

AND DID YOU NOTICE AT THE CLOSE UP AFTER FARNSWORTH AXED(sorry, stuck in caps lock) what if he invented the finglonger the close up shows the mic but in the shot where he says"...a man can dream" it wasnt there
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