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Alliteration

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« : 03-22-2004 17:59 »

Is it just me, or is the device that Zoidberg uses to scan Bender's dead human body in AOI 2 the same device that Leela and Amy use to apply lipstick in AWITM?

If this has already been posted, or if I am just crazy, slap me and delete this thread.
Teral

Helpy McHelphelp
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« #1 : 03-22-2004 18:09 »

The device Zoidberg used is based on the medical tricorder from ST:TOS.

Granted there's some similarity in the appearance of the two instruments, but they're completely different.
Alliteration

Starship Captain
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« #2 : 03-22-2004 18:23 »

So I am just grasping at straws. Okay, thanks for responding. Now if you will excuse me.

*SLAP*
futuramafreak

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« #3 : 03-22-2004 20:23 »

I have no idea what you're talking about, and I'm too lazy to watch the episode, but welcome to PEEL anyways!
Alliteration

Starship Captain
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« #4 : 03-22-2004 20:59 »

Thank you, I am glad to be here

(scrambles to make this post have a point)

Err.. yes.. well thank you (Runs away).
Shaucker

Professor
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« #5 : 03-22-2004 21:54 »

All devices look alike [Terry] IN THE WORLD OF TOMORROW!![/Terry]
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