History NightmareFuel / Futurama

17th Jul '17 4:28:49 PM MSRT
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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed that in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of everybody else.

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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed that dead in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance.existance, never seing Fry again. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of Leela and everybody else.
17th Jul '17 4:27:41 PM MSRT
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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed that in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of everybody else.
17th Jul '17 4:23:06 PM MSRT
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**** He didn't return them to the start of the series. The Professor said he would return them to a few days (or weeks) before he came up with the time-rewinding invention. It still doesn't prevent the entire thing from happening all over again, should he come up with the idea again.
6th Jul '17 9:51:00 PM sabrina_diamond
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* In "Meanwhile", [[spoiler:Fry jumps off the Vampire State Building believing Leela wouldn't come, only to realize far too late that his watch is minutes ahead due to his constant rewinding. What results is him constantly using the button to save himself, endlessly repeating the same near-death fall with no end in sight.]]
** [[spoiler: And [[FromBadToWorse it gets worse.]] The Professor distracts him, causing him to lose the button and he ''smashes onto the pavement'', his bloody remains shown in all its glory. Luckily Leela uses the button, but its only enough to see him once again fall to his death. The worst thing about this? ''He remembers it all''.]]

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* In "Meanwhile", [[spoiler:Fry jumps off the Vampire State Building believing Leela wouldn't come, only to realize far too late that his watch is minutes ahead due to his constant rewinding.rewinding of time. What results is him constantly using the button to save himself, endlessly repeating the same near-death fall with no end in sight.]]
** [[spoiler: And then [[FromBadToWorse it gets worse.]] The Professor distracts him, causing him to lose the button and he ''smashes onto the pavement'', his bloody remains shown in all its glory. Luckily Leela uses the button, but its only enough to see him once again fall to his death. The worst thing about this? ''He remembers it all''.]]



*** Also, the implication that the moment the Professor returned them to was the start of the series. With none of them remembering anything that had happened previously. So they'll go through all their mishaps and adventures again, the Professor will invent the time button again, and Fry and Leela will pause the entire world on the eve of their engagement again. And again, and again, and again. . . Unless the Professor remembers what happened and decides not to make the button.

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*** Also, the unsettling implication that the moment the Professor returned them all to was [[HereWeGoAgain the start of the series.series]]. With none of them remembering anything that had happened previously. So they'll go through all their mishaps and adventures again, the Professor will invent the time button Time Button again, and Fry and Leela will [[TimeStandsStill pause the entire world world]] on the eve of their engagement again. And again, and again, and again. . . Unless ''Unless'' the Professor [[RippleProofMemory remembers what happened happened]] and decides not ''not'' to make the button.
22nd Jan '17 9:59:51 PM tv1995
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** Actually, she didn't because he said "I '''really''' like it". So she probably just did something else sexual to him that he enjoyed.
17th Jan '17 11:44:53 PM Jaredwarrensince1991
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[[caption-width-right:220: [[ComicallyMissingThePoint "It's not fair!"]]]]
3rd Dec '16 7:28:50 PM AHI-3000
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* In "Anthology of Interest", Impulsive!Leela kills everyone in shocking cruel ways. Bonus points for riding around inside a car made from Bender and ''casually eating Zoidberg''. Fry joins in.

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* In "Anthology of Interest", a WhatIf scenario shows Impulsive!Leela kills everyone murdering all her friends in shocking shockingly cruel ways. Bonus points for riding around inside a car made from Bender Bender, and ''casually eating Zoidberg''. Fry joins in.Zoidberg'' like he was seafood. It ends with Leela having sex with Fry, (presumably) [[BlackWidow killing him as well]].
24th Nov '16 8:14:13 AM AnotherGuy
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* In "Anthology of Interest", Impulsive!Leela kills everyone in shocking cruel ways. Bonus points for riding around inside a car made from Bender and ''casually eating Zoidberg''. Fry joins in.
29th Oct '16 11:45:06 AM IvanovTroping97
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* Bender's transformation into a were-car.

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* Bender's transformation into a were-car.were-car in "The Honking".
28th Oct '16 3:15:34 PM isrflo62
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* "Murder on The Planet Express" has to be the creepiest episode in the whole series. It's a homage to ''Film/TheThing1982'' and ''{{Film/Alien}}'', with a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]] alien creature that can disguise itself as any of of the crew and can swallow a person whole, which naturally leads to ''a lot'' of ParanoiaFuel. [[spoiler:Though it becomes NightmareRetardant at the end when the alien is revealed to have never actually killed anyone, as the entire event was an elaborate set-up designed by his business associate to help build the group's trust in each other.]]

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* "Murder on The Planet Express" has to be the creepiest episode in the whole series. It's a homage to ''Film/TheThing1982'' and ''{{Film/Alien}}'', with a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]] alien creature that can disguise itself as any of of the crew and can swallow a person whole, which naturally leads to ''a lot'' of ParanoiaFuel. [[spoiler:Though ParanoiaFuel, [[spoiler:though it becomes NightmareRetardant at the end when the alien is revealed to have never actually killed anyone, as the entire event was an elaborate set-up designed by his business associate to help build the group's trust in each other.]]
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