History WMG / Futurama

23rd Nov '17 10:17:28 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Fry is allowed to watch the {{DVD}}s of shows that came out in early 21st century at a rate no faster than he would have been able had he stayed in the 21st century, and looks stuff up on [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} Wikipedia 3000]].]]

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[[WMG:Fry is allowed to watch the {{DVD}}s UsefulNotes/{{DVD}}s of shows that came out in early 21st century at a rate no faster than he would have been able had he stayed in the 21st century, and looks stuff up on [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} Wikipedia 3000]].]]
16th Oct '17 6:06:10 PM TitoMosquito
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* Partly Jossed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Recap/FuturamaS2E14MothersDay Mother's Day]], where we can "see through the eyes of a bending unit", which shows most humans as theft targets.

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* Partly Jossed in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Recap/FuturamaS2E14MothersDay [[Recap/FuturamaS2E14MothersDay Mother's Day]], where we can "see through the eyes of a bending unit", which shows most humans as theft targets.



Hence why he [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemandsThem gets new powers right out of his shiny metal ass]]: Professor Farnsworth regularly unleashed his MadScientist tendency by upgrading Bender. It's the main reason why [[LazyBum Bender]] hasn't been fired-the Professor is playing MadDoctor ForScience on him. Being upgraded over and over goes to explain his inconsistent composition-by the time the series was perma-cancelled, all that's left of Bender's original is his head and spine ''at best''. Many of Bender's abilities are Farnsworth testing his inventions on him/reverse engineering Bender:

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Hence why he [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemandsThem [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands gets new powers right out of his shiny metal ass]]: Professor Farnsworth regularly unleashed his MadScientist tendency by upgrading Bender. It's the main reason why [[LazyBum Bender]] hasn't been fired-the Professor is playing MadDoctor ForScience on him. Being upgraded over and over goes to explain his inconsistent composition-by the time the series was perma-cancelled, all that's left of Bender's original is his head and spine ''at best''. Many of Bender's abilities are Farnsworth testing his inventions on him/reverse engineering Bender:



* It could have something to do with WhatMeasureIsNonHuman

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* It could have something to do with WhatMeasureIsNonHuman
WhatMeasureIsANonHuman
19th Sep '17 9:03:34 AM HumanTorch2
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** Another possibility is ''Franchise/MassEffect''. Just imagine the potential...
16th Sep '17 6:14:42 PM nombretomado
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* Since Bart apppeared in South Park's "Cartoon Wars" and Cartman's head can be seen in "Bender's Big Score", SouthPark somehow fits in this universe as well-meaning manatees are psychic too.

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* Since Bart apppeared in South Park's "Cartoon Wars" and Cartman's head can be seen in "Bender's Big Score", SouthPark ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' somehow fits in this universe as well-meaning manatees are psychic too.
5th Aug '17 7:37:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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Every universe in the cycle is identical, right? [[SupermanReturns WRONG!]] Universe A version 3.0 is slightly off directionwise. Not to mention Farnsworth v1.0 killed its Eleanor Roosevelt who knows where and when. While each cycle seems identical, there are subtle changes. And such subtle changes can amount to larger changes over time (in this case, millions upon trillions upon trillions upon trillions of years). Certainly at one point we would get to a universe where the Brainspawn succeed in gaining all information in the universe, and then destroying it. Or maybe where Fry's story of "Anthology of Interest" played out, and a paradox destroyed the universe. The previous cycles were all due to natural reasons of entropy and age. If an artifical factor is put in, the cycle could and should stop eventually, be it Universe v4.0 or Universe vA googolplex and three

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Every universe in the cycle is identical, right? [[SupermanReturns [[Film/SupermanReturns WRONG!]] Universe A version 3.0 is slightly off directionwise. Not to mention Farnsworth v1.0 killed its Eleanor Roosevelt who knows where and when. While each cycle seems identical, there are subtle changes. And such subtle changes can amount to larger changes over time (in this case, millions upon trillions upon trillions upon trillions of years). Certainly at one point we would get to a universe where the Brainspawn succeed in gaining all information in the universe, and then destroying it. Or maybe where Fry's story of "Anthology of Interest" played out, and a paradox destroyed the universe. The previous cycles were all due to natural reasons of entropy and age. If an artifical factor is put in, the cycle could and should stop eventually, be it Universe v4.0 or Universe vA googolplex and three
14th Jul '17 6:32:48 AM sabrina_diamond
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* [[spoiler:How does the finale confirm it?]]

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* [[spoiler:How [[spoiler:''How'' does the finale confirm it?]]
28th Jun '17 7:30:01 PM nlpnt
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[[WMG: There's some weird secret to Amy's relationship with her mother that we'll find out if there's a revival.]]

It's kind of meta, but it was one thing that they're both voiced by [[Creator/LaurenTom the same actor]], but the fact that she's gone on to play someone who [[Series/AndiMack raised her granddaughter as her child]] requires a mention...

17th Jun '17 2:21:22 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Fry is allowed to watch the {{DVD}}s of shows that came out in early 21st century at a rate no faster than he would have been able had he stayed in the 21st century, and looks stuff up on [[{{Wikipedia}} Wikipedia 3000]].]]

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[[WMG:Fry is allowed to watch the {{DVD}}s of shows that came out in early 21st century at a rate no faster than he would have been able had he stayed in the 21st century, and looks stuff up on [[{{Wikipedia}} [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} Wikipedia 3000]].]]
16th May '17 6:58:00 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:UglyAmericans is a parallel-universe version of Futurama]]

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[[WMG:UglyAmericans [[WMG:''WesternAnimation/UglyAmericans'' is a parallel-universe version of Futurama]]
9th May '17 1:23:48 AM Golondrina
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* Wait... then that would make MarkHamill the voice of Jesus! Which would make [[StarWars Luke...]] [[MessianicArchetype AHA!]] It all makes sense now! But where does that leave [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The Joker?]]

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* Wait... then that would make MarkHamill Creator/MarkHamill the voice of Jesus! Which would make [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Luke...]] [[MessianicArchetype AHA!]] It all makes sense now! But where does that leave [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The Joker?]]
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