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Cerulean Shadow

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« : 03-29-2006 16:02 »

Now, I know some of you might not have the Futurama DVDS, but those that do, which deleted scenes from which episode should they have kept and why?
Officer 1BDI

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« #1 : 03-29-2006 16:44 »
« : 03-29-2006 16:44 »

The deleted wedding scene from Parasites Lost immediately comes to mind.

...Damn it, I meant Time Keeps on Slippin'.
Donald

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« #2 : 03-29-2006 16:48 »

I only have season 1 DvDs the one for kill bots
miss_bender

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« #3 : 03-29-2006 17:34 »

I liked that one from war is the h word were they have this pill like thing that you pour water on to turn it in to a tent. And Fry drinks it and there's a tent in his mouth. That was so funny. I also like the one from the sting were Leela is driving the ship to go to Fry's coffin and she see the planes and they have the other characters heads in them. It looked so cool I don't know why they took it out it was animated very well. IT LOOKED SO AWSOME!!!
Nixorbo

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« #4 : 03-29-2006 21:16 »

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