Talk:Anthology of Interest I

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Anthology of Interest I

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I call shenanigans![edit]

Can we get a screenshot of the allegedly changed title caption? --Buddy 13:41, 16 December 2008 (UTC)

I think it might have been a voice-over. You know, like introducing the show by Network speakers, or whatever they are called. But I could be wrong. --SvipTalk 14:12, 16 December 2008 (UTC)
That's not technically part of the show, then. Hmm... --Buddy 13:39, 17 December 2008 (UTC)
I suppose, but still a funny mention. -SvipTalk 14:03, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

Aks?[edit]

vote to change back 'aks' to 'ask'?--My leg feels funny! 01:18, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Separate Segments[edit]

I think that all of the sections should be divided by segment, not just the quotes section. I think that would make the article more informative for someone who hasn't seen the episode.

I agree. In particular, the goofs section is a mess; if I could divide it into separate sections based on which segment it comes from, I could clean it up. Anyone else agree? Kif (talk) 23:27, 26 August 2012 (CEST)

Goofs Section[edit]

This is part of the goofs section:

  • When Leela kills Bender with the microwave, multiple errors can be found:
    • When Bender collapses, his now detached eyes are shown as spheres. However, when his eyes move or fall out in other episodes (such as "Space Pilot 3000" and "A Flight to Remember"), they are shown to be rounded cylinders.
      • Bender's eyes are also spherical in "Ghost in the Machines".
    • When Leela pointed the microwave at Bender and destroyed him with radiation, the microwave was unplugged.
    • If a robot was actually hit by microwave radiation, it wouldn't fall apart the way it did.
      • Microwaves in the year 3001 may be different from microwaves today.

Recently, someone tried to remove the last third-level bullet point, and they directed me to "The Infosphere is Not a Discussion Forum" as for why. After reading it, I still think it should be there. The reason I say that is that the second-level bullet point that it come off of ("If a robot was actually hit by microwave radiation, it wouldn't fall apart the way it did.") comes from this first-level bullet point: ("When Leela kills Bender with the microwave, multiple errors can be found:"). Since that isn't actually a goof but an introduction to a series of goofs, I think the third-level bullet point that someone tried to delete should be treated as a second-level, as it's the first explanation for a goof.

Sorry if that's confusing, and if it is, feel free to message me, and I'll try to clarify. 66.32.188.127 05:02, 8 July 2012 (CEST)