Talk:Yo Leela Leela
On Family Guy wiki, character appearances include those appearing on signs, television, and the media. Does something similar apply here? If so, I was wondering if Dora and Boots count as chaacters appearing in the episode.--Icyweaner2999 17:28, 22 July 2011 (CEST)
- Yes, that's how it should be. It's not always like that (especially in the early episodes) but it should be. - akitalk 17:34, 22 July 2011 (CEST)
- Then will we have Dora's page title with the disambiguative "(character)", or the show with "(TV show)" in its page title?--Icyweaner2999 21:09, 22 July 2011 (CEST)
Warden Vogel's Accent
Did the Orphanarium bureaucrat always have an Irish accent this pronounced? I don't seem to remember him with an Irish accent, it seemed different.
After Leela tells the Orphans about Rumbledy-Hump, the kids ask her to tell another story. Leela starts off by saying one sunny day there was an unfamiliar visitor to Rumbledy-Hump, then the scene cuts. Since Leela is shown to be so uncreative and just retells everything that in fact happened, she's probably just retelling how she showed up at the real Rumbledy-Hump. After the cut her story concludes with a mention of a Space Gorilla who breaths chlorine. Does this mean there's really a Space Gorilla who breaths chlorine? Or is Leela the "Space Gorilla" in the humplings' point of view and somewhere along the line the "chlorine" reference got fabricated?
I remembered that this was used in Rumbledy-hump as a name for the species/order/class/whatever of the creatures on the show, but I don't think it was used for the creatures on whom they were based, meaning it could be Leela's unofficial made-up word. If it does indeed mean what I think it means, I think "Humpling" would deserve a page just as Four-dimensional space whale does. Any input? I thought of this when I was about to create a page for Princess Num Num--Icyweaner2999 14:41, 9 August 2011 (CEST)
- It sure would. Besides, it would be a decent place to discuss the species anyway. --Sviptalk 14:57, 9 August 2011 (CEST)
- Cool. Let me just create the Num Num page so I could set the standard format for Feffernoose and Garglie--Icyweaner2999 15:05, 9 August 2011 (CEST)
Worst. Episode. Ever.
Personally, I liked it. But apparently consensus is that it's awful. It's the lowest-rated episode on CGEF. My question is this: Under reception, I propose that we also include the CGEF rating or some other fan-based rating (as Nielson ratings only tell us how many people watched, not whether they liked it). If we are just going to use the ratings, we should change the heading to "Ratings" instead of reception, since it has nothing to do with how well it's received. --Buddy 21:49, 6 September 2011 (CEST)
- I agree. "Reception" should include fan opinion of each episode, and I'll add that I think critical reviews should be included when possible. Also...I liked the episode, too, so I'm a terrible barometer of what others think. -- DeepSpaceHomer 21:59, 6 September 2011 (CEST)
Is their don't lick it song a parody of "Don't cha put it in your mouth?" sung by blue shag puppets in a PSA?