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Futurama - Sardines
At the end of the episode where fry buys a 50 million dollar can of sardines at an auction, He puts the sardines on the pizza to share with the crew. You can see as he puts another sardine on the last slice that there are plenty more left in the can. After everybody coughs them up (exept Fry), Dr. Zoidberg comes in and greedely gobbles down the pizza. He then demands more sardines, and fry explains that that was the last sardine ever. However, if you are able to remember what happened just 10 seconds before, there are at least a dozen left! (And dont say "Well, he was probably saying that because he didnt want the rest eaten" Dont you think Dr. Zoidberd could smell them if he could smell just a few of them as soon as he walked in the door?)
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Comments:
lazer7 writes:
it was anchovies. i got it on tape. anchovies are salty, not sardines.
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JigsWithoutWoodstock writes:
Bender also made a 'Yuk' face after eating and spitting up the anchovies, how is this possible since he is unable to taste anything.
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Futuramarlyenlightned writes:
maybe Zoidberg eats the ones in the cans as well?
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Homer writes:
Wasn't it anchovies?
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mango writes:
IT WAS ANCHOVIES in the episode and it always has been. That is another slip-up related to cartoon. IT IS A FREAKING CARTOON. cartoons do that and it is sad that people think it is a mistake.
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Trp writes:
Yes, all cartoons do that at sometime or another. Usually because the objects that are being taken are usually painted sub-grounds, not animate. (Anything in a frame of a cartoon that is meant to move will stand out and will usually be brightly colored, objects that sit still will be like paintings and do not stand out as much.)
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Pundit writes:
Oh, that's the REAL slip up; they were SARDINES when they should've been ANCHOVIES!!!!
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