Talk:Planet Express headquarters
depot? & floorplan
Not sure what is meant by depot in this context, unless you mean the observation room. Also, I'm finally going to do a floorplan of Planet Express, however I'm basing it purely on the game's layout - which uses the more consistent positions of things. - Quolnok 06:37, 8 August 2009 (UTC)
- The depot is the room that Fry and Amy hides out in "Put Your Head on My Shoulder". Since Zoidberg's table is nearby, I assumed it must have been inside his office. --Sviptalk 10:27, 8 August 2009 (UTC)
- Ah, that supply room (incidentally, that's one of the things not in the game). - Quolnok 11:03, 8 August 2009 (UTC)
As a character?
- Uh, it kinda looks bad with both of those there. Also, it only becomes a character in a non-canon episode. I'd rather see voiced by added to the place infobox. - Quolnok 01:16, 15 September 2011 (CEST)
- Seeing as it's only a character in a single, non-canon episode, I fail to see the point of having the character infobox. Maybe there should just be second article, "Planet Express headquarters (character)", for the character stuff? - akitalk 01:25, 15 September 2011 (CEST)
What I had in mind when I changed the infobox was matching this article to Planet Express ship. It can pretty much do without the Place infobox just as Planet Express ship does without the Item infobox. All that the Place infobox has that the Character one doesn't is the Places category and the building's location, the latter of which is covered in the lead paragraph and in the Location section. (If you noticed the italics, know this: You've seen nothing.) Sanfazer 22:58, 15 September 2011 (CEST)
According to Viva Mars Vegas, the building is on 72nd street, contrary to Bender's Game revelations. Which location should we go with? Correct me if I'm wrong of course, maybe I'm missing something. -- the preceding unsigned comment was written by Barder2000.
- Wild speculation based on scouting both ends of 72nd street and the Bender's Game location on google maps: on the East River 72nd street terminates in a steep dropoff, and on the Hudson end it turns into Riverside Drive at the edge of Riverside Park. 57th and Henry Hudson, based just off clicking around, seems a lot more visually consistent with the exterior shots of the building. The 72nd street information is based off that being where Zoidberg's dumpster is, right? It's fairly plausible that he moves around throughout the series and we just don't see it, I mean, he's homeless. -- the preceding unsigned comment was written by 22.214.171.124.