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KurtPikachu2001

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« : 01-04-2004 14:10 »

We all know 'Walking on Sunshine' is Fry's favorite song ever.  What I noticed about the character of Fry is that his taste in music seems to be only one-hit wonder songs from the 80's.

In Futurama-O-Rama in one of the stories, he tells Leela that the greatest band ever was Kajagoogoo!  I thought that was hilarious!  What does everyone else think of Fry's taste in music?
Amy´s Soldier

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« #1 : 01-04-2004 14:42 »

He was also the first person to get up and start dancing like an Emo-schizo at that Beasty Boys concert...which ended in Leela pounding a few bystanders with her mighty boot-feet.
SamuelXDiamond

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« #2 : 01-04-2004 15:15 »
« : 01-04-2004 15:15 »

It seems to be mainly hip-hop orientated (Beasties, Sir Mix-a-lot, the "Cosmic F" scene) with a smattering of oddities such as the aforementioned Katrina and the Waves hit, Huey Lewis' 'Sports' and, of course, 'The Hustle'.

It suits his character very well, in my opinion, the hip-hop leanings reflecting his roots (growing up in a NY neighbourhood, as he did), and the fringes of his interests being an indication that Fry ain't exactly the jauntiest outfit on the green. Let's face it, "Walking on Sunshine" ain't exactly a navel-gazing angst-ridden student anthem for people who like to believe they're intelligent now, is it? Don't think we'd have the same love for Fry if he were a Smiths fan.   :D
luvnpeese

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« #3 : 01-04-2004 21:24 »

Didn't he have the Breakfast Club soundtrack, too? Gawd, I wanna see that movie.
Venus

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« #4 : 01-04-2004 21:35 »

i saw that movie just cause of that ep. It kinda sucked. Basically this group of teenagers from various social groups get caught in detention, spend the afternoon confessing the secrets of their souls to each other and then resolve to never talk to each other again because hey talking to someone outside of your social click in public just isn't done.
Speli

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« #5 : 01-04-2004 21:35 »

Let's not forget Rush.
luvnpeese

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« #6 : 01-04-2004 21:39 »

I heard it was an awesome movie, but then again my friends are all mentally inhibited.

It was an 80's movie (I believe?) so it should be considered an accomplishment for its time. Profoundness was usually melodrama back then. :-p
David A

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« #7 : 01-04-2004 22:00 »

 
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Originally posted by luvnpeese:
I heard it was an awesome movie, but then again my friends are all mentally inhibited.

Maybe your friends are mentally inhibited, but if they told you that The Breakfast Club was a good movie, they were right.  Go and watch it.  Go.  Now.

As for Fry's taste in music, I never really thought about it.  It doesn't seem unusual to me at all.  Doesn't everyone listen to that kind of stuff?
luvnpeese

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« #8 : 01-04-2004 22:08 »

lol

Well, Fry's the kind of guy that I'd love to hang out with. :-p
Beamer

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« #9 : 01-05-2004 00:10 »

Fry's kind of music seems to be vary depending on the songs that the Futurama crew can get liscensed...
luvnpeese

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« #10 : 01-05-2004 19:43 »

Indeed
1 of the gang

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« #11 : 01-05-2004 21:49 »

 
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Originally posted by Amy's Soldier:
He was also the first person to get up and start dancing like an Emo-schizo at that Beasty Boys concert...which ended in Leela pounding a few bystanders with her mighty boot-feet.

Hey!
Thats how I dance!
Tis fun!

As for The Breakfast Club I've never seen it but my friends love it and I think I need to see it now. 
  :D
David A

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« #12 : 01-06-2004 05:00 »

 
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Originally posted by 1 of the gang:
As for The Breakfast Club I've never seen it but my friends love it and I think I need to see it now. 
   :D

Yes, you do.  You and luvnpeese both need to go and watch it right now.

If you watch it together you can split the rental fee and save money.   :p
canned eggs

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« #13 : 01-07-2004 14:38 »

It is kind of odd that such a serious breakdancer would also listen to Katrina and the Waves, Rush, and Men Without Hats.  But the Breakfast Club soundtrack and the Huey Lewis album, Sports, came with the Ronco record vault.  So Fry didn't go out and buy them.  He could have got the vault for any number of other records.
luvnpeese

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« #14 : 01-07-2004 17:33 »

Fry? A breakdancer? Aw jeez I'm missing everything. :-p
canned eggs

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« #15 : 01-07-2004 19:02 »

Watch Luck of the Fyrish.
luvnpeese

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« #16 : 01-07-2004 19:37 »

As soon as season 3 is released to the U.S. :-)
zoidberg74

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« #17 : 01-08-2004 10:34 »

Who says you can't breakdance to Huey Lewis??
Sil

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« #18 : 01-08-2004 10:43 »

Breakfast Club is good. Not particularly spectacular, but worth seeing. Watch it now!

Who did The Hustle?
benderette

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« #19 : 01-08-2004 18:15 »

Actually, I'm kind of surprised that Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five didn't make an appearance.

I haven't seen the Breakfast Club either. Only my cool friends with video players had seen it and loved it (my dad didn't buy 'new' technology until it had been on the market at least twenty years).

Besides which, isn't Molly Ringwald in it? Bleah, can't stand her.   :puke:
David A

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« #20 : 01-08-2004 23:51 »

 
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Originally posted by canned eggs:
It is kind of odd that such a serious breakdancer would also listen to Katrina and the Waves, Rush, and Men Without Hats.

What, he can't have varied taste in music?

 
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Originally posted by Sil:
Who did The Hustle?

It was Van McCoy.
Sil

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« #21 : 01-09-2004 18:24 »

^ Danke Schon, brother.  :D
boingo2000

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« #22 : 01-12-2004 14:07 »

Don't forget Six Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back" in Fishfull of Dollars!
luvnpeese

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« #23 : 01-12-2004 16:36 »

I laughed so loud when I saw that scene... awww gawd that was great.
Y_L_B

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« #24 : 01-12-2004 17:04 »

"I thoguht all you cared about was...songs of the buttocks."- Bender

Now that, people, is FUNNY!

Oh, and about walkin' on sunshine. Lurve that song. I'm putting Fry soundclips in a version of it as we speak...heh heh heh....

Oh yeah, and who could forget Future Stock?

Ya know, that dance wasn't as safe as they said it was.

ROFLOL   :laff:

God I love Fry...   :love:
ItsASuppository

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« #25 : 01-13-2004 10:11 »

 
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Originally posted by luvnpeese:
As soon as season 3 is released to the U.S. :-)

Or download it illegally until the DVD comes out.
luvnpeese

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« #26 : 01-13-2004 14:15 »

I'm [shamefully] trying, but my Kazaa is slow as hell.
ItsASuppository

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« #27 : 01-14-2004 13:39 »

 
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Originally posted by luvnpeese:
I'm [shamefully] trying, but my Kazaa is slow as hell.

Yes I fortunately got almost all of them before Kazza went to crap.  The only one I don't have is Time Keeps on Slippin   :cry: .
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