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(this is more about those two episodes than the great wall of china)
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* The Great Wall of China appears at approximately the same time of the episode in 1ACV01 and 2ACV19.
 
* The Great Wall of China appears at approximately the same time of the episode in 1ACV01 and 2ACV19.
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* 1ACV01 is the first [[episode Listing|episode]] of the [[season 1|first production season]]; 2ACV19 is the last episode of the [[season 2|second production season]]. 1ACV01 is the first episode of the [[broadcast season 1|first broadcast season]]; 2ACV19 is the third episode of the [[broadcast season 3|third broadcast season]].
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** 2ACV19 is also the second appearance of [[Michelle]], the [[probulator]], and the [[career chip]], all introduced in 1ACV01.
 
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* {{Amy}} is of {{cat|s=no|Chinese people|Chinese}} descent.
 
* {{Amy}} is of {{cat|s=no|Chinese people|Chinese}} descent.

Latest revision as of 23:01, 25 May 2015

Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China.png
The Great Wall of China in 1999. [1ACV01]
LocationChina, Earth
StatusPartially destroyed (3001) [2ACV19]
First appearance"Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)
Episode
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The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications in the north of China, along the southern edge of the Chinese autonomous region of Inner Mongolia. The first fortifications were built in the 7th century B.C.. In the 21st century, it was the longest human-made structure on Earth. In 2007, it was chosen as one of the new seven wonders of the world. [1]

On 31 December 1999, a crowd counted down to the year 2000 on the Great Wall of China. [1ACV01]

In 3001, Fry and Bender flew the ship, hooked to the Planet Express building with the professor's grandmother's unbreakable diamond tether, over the Great Wall of China, [2ACV19] causing the building to hit the Wall and destroy it, allowing Mongolian cavalrymen to move further into the country.

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  1. ^ The title caption for "T.: The Terrestrial" is "One of the 77 Wonders of the Future World".