anyone agree that this guy looks like hermes dad or grandad? from the screenshots from new movie--My leg feels funny! 08:50, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
- Hardly. Could be anyone. There are no strong resemblance between this man and Hermes. I am not saying it is impossible for him to be, but this is speculative at best. --SvipTalk 13:22, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
Hints of Cannabis(Marijuana) use?
In Bendin in the wind, when Fry pulled a bong (the device that let's you speed/slow the passage of time)from under the seat of the VW van, Hermes reacted in shock. In Bender shouldn't be on TV, Dwight found one of his blunts(marijuana rolled into a cigar), saying "That's not a cigar... and it's NOT mine!" Also, at the Olympics, Hermes mentioned the Jamaican team was held up at the airport for certain interests.
- His wife also says at Fry's funeral (though technically within a dream sequence) "Can't you go anywhere without lightin' something up?" although in HHRhGB, he says he's going to relax the traditional Jamaican way: A glass of warm milk. They hint quite a bit, but they never come right out and say it. So at best, we could only say that he may or may not own something that resembles but is not a cigar, likes lighting unspecified things up, and relaxes with warm milk. --Buddy 17:57, 23 June 2010 (CEST)
Honestly, I believe that the last few arguments are vague. "Other interests" could be anything. However, there is new evidence that Hermes is a pothead:
A deleted scene in "Overclockwise" has Hermes heavily relating to Bender's statement that "over clocking is a marvelous drug that makes time stand still."
Hermes also asks for a "Shirley Hemple" in "The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings", and gains a large interest in Thomas Jefferson's head during "All The President's Heads" when Thomas Jefferson recalls smoking six feet of rope a day. Later, Hermes hollers, "Thomas Jefferson, did you sell me some bad rope?" after going back in time.