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:::It sounds like an '''E.''' to me.  But it is difficult to hear with that Jamaican accent.
 
:::It sounds like an '''E.''' to me.  But it is difficult to hear with that Jamaican accent.
 
:::Ninja edit:  Anyone has the subtitles?  Or do we have to wait for the real release for that? --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:18, 24 November 2007 (PST)
 
:::Ninja edit:  Anyone has the subtitles?  Or do we have to wait for the real release for that? --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:18, 24 November 2007 (PST)
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::::My Amazon Delivery Shipped Yesterday.. why was I capping those words? Anyway, estimated delivery is the 29th, but Amazon's usually faster than their EDD. So I'll have subtitles soon enough (that's not soon enough!) -- [[User:Buddy13|Buddy]] 15:29, 24 November 2007 (PST)
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:::::Ah, cheat... if they shipped yours, why did they ship mine? ;-; Meanies... when I has subtitles, I shall start making transcript.  Alternatively, you can rip off the subtitles file and send it to me. --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:42, 24 November 2007 (PST)
 
::In reference to what Quolnok said, why do we even have their titles in the articles' title?  I mean, "Doctor", "Lieutenant" or "Professor" is hardly part of anyone's name, it is merely your title.  I mean, we don't include "Mr." for anyone without a title? :P --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:23, 24 November 2007 (PST)
 
::In reference to what Quolnok said, why do we even have their titles in the articles' title?  I mean, "Doctor", "Lieutenant" or "Professor" is hardly part of anyone's name, it is merely your title.  I mean, we don't include "Mr." for anyone without a title? :P --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 15:23, 24 November 2007 (PST)
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:::Mainly because it's how they're referred to among the other characters. If there were a character commonly called "Mister Gorgonzola" for example, it probably would be part of their article title. [edit]: Also, we don't have Kif listed as "Lieutenant Kif Kroker" because he's rarely referred to as such.--[[User:Buddy13|Buddy]] 15:29, 24 November 2007 (PST)

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From Teenage Mutan Leela's Hurdles, Zoidberg mentions one of his sibling's names, but as I'm not at home, I can't check. So, somebody look it up and add it, please. Buddy 15:00, 25 April 2006 (PDT)

Whotmsig.jpg[Whaler on the Moon] The name is Norman - I recently reviewed the episode. Perhaps we can count how many other siblings there were, but I am not sure every one of these survived.

They may have all survived the original birthing process, those weren't the real ones. - Quolnok 20:14, 26 April 2006 (PDT)

Dr. John D. Zoidberg?

Wikipedias page on Zoidberg is [Dr. John D. Zoidberg]. First of all does anyone know when it says D and second if its true should we re-name the page - Humorbot 0.4 Planet Express Logo.png 07:02, 26 October 2007 (PDT)

They also have Kif L. Kroker (so do we, I think we probably shouldn't) I'm not sure where either initial came from, but it might be from the comics (noncanon) or someone thinking that the titles "Doctor" and "Lieutenant" are middle names. - Quolnok 08:26, 26 October 2007 (PDT)
I missed this discussion, or I would've commented. The initials came from nowhere! However, in the movie, Zoidberg is referred to as John A. Zoidberg... So perhaps we move there? It's certainly more official than the D. --Buddy 15:04, 24 November 2007 (PST)
It sounds like an E. to me. But it is difficult to hear with that Jamaican accent.
Ninja edit: Anyone has the subtitles? Or do we have to wait for the real release for that? --SvipTalk 15:18, 24 November 2007 (PST)
My Amazon Delivery Shipped Yesterday.. why was I capping those words? Anyway, estimated delivery is the 29th, but Amazon's usually faster than their EDD. So I'll have subtitles soon enough (that's not soon enough!) -- Buddy 15:29, 24 November 2007 (PST)
Ah, cheat... if they shipped yours, why did they ship mine? ;-; Meanies... when I has subtitles, I shall start making transcript. Alternatively, you can rip off the subtitles file and send it to me. --SvipTalk 15:42, 24 November 2007 (PST)
In reference to what Quolnok said, why do we even have their titles in the articles' title? I mean, "Doctor", "Lieutenant" or "Professor" is hardly part of anyone's name, it is merely your title. I mean, we don't include "Mr." for anyone without a title? :P --SvipTalk 15:23, 24 November 2007 (PST)
Mainly because it's how they're referred to among the other characters. If there were a character commonly called "Mister Gorgonzola" for example, it probably would be part of their article title. [edit]: Also, we don't have Kif listed as "Lieutenant Kif Kroker" because he's rarely referred to as such.--Buddy 15:29, 24 November 2007 (PST)