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Why exactly are we using the generic "man with tattoo" and "man with glasses" names when their actual names are known? It makes the article an absolute pain to read. Furthermore, there's a handful of other characters whose names are only revealed in the commentaries, such as April and Soupy. Why would this be any different? -UnrealLegend (talk) 04:17, 25 March 2014 (CET)
- I think it's different because saying "Sanfazer: [talk] 14:09, 25 March 2014 (CET). " is not the same as saying " ". It's not correct to say "Something is <commentary name>", because "<commentary name>" is not Futurama, but it's correct to say "<commentary name> is something", because "something" is Futurama.