He is a from the 20th century who becomes and reawakens in the 30th century to become a delivery boy there with an delivery company run by his 30th great nephew,. He then meets the one-eyed cryogenics counselor and the cigar-smoking, , robot. Zoidberg, Bender, the Professor and Fry. Granted, she's usually nicer than that, but I have to wonder about what goes on between the episodes. Either Leela keeps raising Fry's hopes only to dash them expertly, or that's just poor writing hitting the reset button after thirty minutes are up. But Fry thinks they're spending too much time together, so he inviteds Dr. And again, much like Family Guy, Futurama has proven its popularity with good ratings on Adult Swim, with Bender emerging as a favorite character.
Urban Legend « on: 05-05-2005 07:33 » « Last Edit on: 05-05-2005 07:33 » Oh, I'm not going to deny that there are shippy elements in the ep, but the ep just wasn't played that way. His companions include the delivery ship's Captain, Leela, a beautiful one-eyed female alien who kicks some serious butt, and Bender, a robot with very human flaws. In the final scene of Devil's Hands, when Leela asks Fry to keep playing, Fry plays the final act with him and Leela walking towards each other. She has a sense of justice and patriotism, but gets frustrated when in desperate and hard situations. Dating Friendly and empathetic, especially to members of the opposite gender, Amy has dated numerous men, including. My boots and my back-up boots! Too much of that will make me lose interest.
They get into talking and realize they have a lot in common, and they end up sleeping with each other. Granted, she's usually nicer than that, but I have to wonder about what goes on between the episodes. If sparks didn't occur between them, we'd start to wonder what was wrong, especially with Fry. She does not know what rent is. They make their fortune raising , a breed of livestock found on Mars. As a result, Fry accidentally kicks Bender, and the robot's rear end explodes. After hours and hours of nothing to do, Amy tries to teach Fry about the Yeti language so he would be able to pick up girls in the appropriate bar, but Fry's tiny human brain cannot retain the appropriate ammount of information, and Amy sees herself bound to become Fry's wingman in a woman hunt over bars all over the galaxy.
Meanwhile, Fry and Amy enjoy a Yeti pub named , until they run into Professor Farnsworth and Zoidberg. That's what i mean about subconciously dates jerks. She treats Zapp like dirt. West also voices Lars Fillmore in , who is a time travel duplicate of Fry with an injured , and therefore, a slightly altered voice. She genuinely believes that they're a potential Mr Right.
On the trip, Bender meets and woos Countess de la Roca, a robot who is above his station. He is a boy who, during the last few seconds of the year 1999, falls into a tank while delivering a pizza to Applied Cryogenics. Unfortunately, Amy and Fry break up upon their return. Their relationship doesn't last long when Fry's head gets attached to Amy's body and she starts seeing someone else. They decide that to protect the universe, they must kill Fry.
Leela jumps in to save him, and Bender jumps in just because. When he accidentally freezes himself on December 31, 1999, he wakes up one thousand years in the future, and has a chance to make a fresh start. She transforms into Lucy Liu, being modified to Fry's liking. Fry is voiced by Billy West, who also voices , and various other characters in the series. But there's a reason that this is a shiny, happy, Season 2 ep instead of a part of the turgid emotional swing-a-ma-jig that was the latter seasons: it's just there to be funny. However, she fails to fit into the 31st-century life to which Fry has become so accustomed, and so asks him to freeze himself with her for another thousand years. .
Still, I get a buddy-vibe from them, not a romantic tension vibe. She is reunited with her parents in the sewers. Leela acts like Fry isn't good enough for her, and then she goes out with some jerk who doesn't treat her anywhere near as well as Fry does. By having Fry and Amy have their fling and move past it, they cleared the playing field for Fry and Leela's relationship to develop, unhindered by the only other inter-Planet Express coupling that would have made any sense. Additionally, while not very fluent, she can speak a bit of Martian. ~~~~~ Amy: Y'know Fry, I really like hanging out at you. And it was ironic how he wanted to break up with her but he was attached to her so it was harder.
She likes him as a friend but thats as far as it goes. Bender then returns to Planet Express, having purged his urge to bend things. So if things went bad between them she has lost not only a lover but a friend as well and for someone who has such a hard time making friends, that's a huge scary risk to make. However, Lars leaves Leela on her wedding day explaining later that as a time paradox he is doomed, and that he wouldn't marry her only to have her lose him soon after. Fry has twice pretended to be Amy's boyfriend in order to save face with her parents.