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The article notes that Methane has no odor. This is true for humans, but as it is Zoidberg that smells it, it may not be a goof. It is possible that Zoidberg's species can smell methane
 
The article notes that Methane has no odor. This is true for humans, but as it is Zoidberg that smells it, it may not be a goof. It is possible that Zoidberg's species can smell methane
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:I don't think they planned it that far, it's more probably it's just a goof. Similar reasoning can be used for practically every goof we list, and so we avoid using it unless it seems probable. - [[User:Aki|aki]]<sup>[[User talk:Aki|talk]]</sup> 01:16, 6 January 2012 (CET)

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Mom makes GLADoS (Portal 2) reference when Zoidberg comes to visit her. Mom: "John Zoidberg. It's been a long time. How've you been?" [1]

I doubt that. Portal 2 was released this Spring. This episode was recorded in Autumn 2010. --Sviptalk 14:02, 19 August 2011 (CEST)
While I also doubt it, I'd like to note that the first trailers for Portal 2 came out in July 2010, including the "Meet Wheatley" trailer which introduced the "It's been a long time" line. So it's not totally impossible. -- DeepSpaceHomer 14:44, 19 August 2011 (CEST)
Actually, the first trailer came out in June 2010, as linked in the top of the page. My bad. -- DeepSpaceHomer 14:49, 19 August 2011 (CEST)

Killing montage song

What is the title of the song played on the killing montage? I know it but I can't remember the title, it's driving me crazy...

Mr. Sandman by The Chordettes. -- DeepSpaceHomer 17:14, 19 August 2011 (CEST)

Methane

The article notes that Methane has no odor. This is true for humans, but as it is Zoidberg that smells it, it may not be a goof. It is possible that Zoidberg's species can smell methane

I don't think they planned it that far, it's more probably it's just a goof. Similar reasoning can be used for practically every goof we list, and so we avoid using it unless it seems probable. - akitalk 01:16, 6 January 2012 (CET)