Talk:Rebirth

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Frederator Studios[edit]

The wikipedia article mentions the "Frederator Studios". Do you know about that? — TheFry20:10, 4 March 2010 (CET)

Going through the revision history of the article, I can see it has been added by an IP editor. But if you try read the sentence, you will realise that it makes no sense. Since this is clearly unsourced, and I have been keeping taps on all sources related to the new Futurama, as have my friends over at PEEL and FMMB, so my assumption this is bull, at which point I will also remove it from the Wikipedia article. --Sviptalk 20:41, 4 March 2010 (CET)
I suspected it was a fake. — TheFry23:03, 4 March 2010 (CET)

How different will it be?[edit]

Me, like other people, are expecting big change in the series, perhaps too much. Sometimes I think that it just might not change that much. However after reading some stuff David X. Coehn has said, it sounds like I will be right. It seems like they're jumping right into the unavoidably theme of fry and leela. this is a good thing, in my opinion. those were always the episodes I liked. Hopefully it will be expressed creatively.-- -awedfrgt: possibly the biggest AFI/Futurama fan/ranter on the internet. 02:36, 29 April 2010 (CEST)

Countdown to Futuhhbhbyvhgbhga![edit]

Ggvtvghh [1] Svip got a picture from it but there's some more info/pictures coming every week day. It also says in it that this will be one hour long! I'll let Svip edit it for the moment cause i'm no good at referencing. --I'm Scruffy... the Janitor. 23:17, 5 May 2010 (CEST)

Leak[edit]

So the episode was leaked today. Should it be mentioned in the article, perhaps even in the release date? Aki 14:36, 23 June 2010 (CEST)

Unless this leak impacted the release, the airing or the production or any other thing in any way, I fail to see its relevance. Even the films were leaked, and that is not mentioned in their articles, because it had no consequence on their production and people's opinion of them. In short, it has very little to do with the article's focus. --Sviptalk 14:48, 23 June 2010 (CEST)
Leaks happen all the time. You've probably seen tons of wiki articles with the original release date, even though there was a leak. Yes, we definitely don't need to mention it. If we are to, it would probably go in "Production".-Not awedfrgt
Additionally, we shouldn't have a synopsis of it yet, and that's not what the section is called, there are by my calculations about 27 hours until the episodes will have aired. Thus none of us could have obtained this legitimately, except for those who had to sign a paper to say they wouldn't reveal stuff or post it online. - Quolnok 00:55, 24 June 2010 (CEST)
Okay. I think nobody should edit the episode's article until it comes on so that someone can just "undo" it.

Leela is a human[edit]

"Robot Leela and Fry both say that Normal Leela is a human, despite the fact that she is a mutant"

Surely a mutant human is still.. a human.. just mutated..

I would say that a human or any give alien is distinct as they develop independently where as the mutant is one of those in basis but with some unspecified change to their appearance.

Silence! I concur! Also, this is also a bit of a major thing in the following episode, so uhm, yeah, I'm going give the writers that. She technically is human, just mutated. --Sviptalk 16:19, 25 June 2010 (CEST)

Uniform Change[edit]

At the end of Into The Wild Green Yonder Zapp and Kif are wearing their formal white uniforms, but at the beginning of Rebirth they are shown in their regular veleur uniforms.

I am going to attribute this to two things.
  1. Yes, it is technically a goof.
  2. But remember that Rebirth's tie with ItWGY is not that 'great'. I am sure more people would have asked questions if they had remained in their uniforms (by the way, they do actually change uniforms in the final shots of the film), and even LaBarbara is out of Feminista uniform as well.
So in short, I am going with 'to lessen the confusion' rather than a goof. --Sviptalk 11:31, 30 June 2010 (CEST)

Possible Continuity Error[edit]

In the episode, after Bender loses his left eye and becomes a cyclops, and is eaten by the Cyclophage, he walks out with TWO eyes in. He then proceeds to make a remark about what it takes to kill him, and then pops his eye back in.--71.90.200.252 21:18, 1 January 2014 (CET)

That's considered a goof. See "Goofs" section. Sanfazer (talk) 22:51, 1 January 2014 (CET).
There were two instances of this goof in the list. I combined them, keeping the image from the second one and clarified the text. 154.5.103.182 02:11, 7 July 2014 (CEST)