Talk:Charles Constantine

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I demand screenshots of all the iterations, so we can compare side-by-side and see if they are indeed the same person. --Buddy 11:02, 31 December 2007 (PST)

All iterations? I'm going to skip the comic one as it takes place during a what-if in the Space Pilot 3000 time period, but here are three:
- Quolnok 19:05, 31 December 2007 (PST)
Well, it sure as hell looks like the same guy. Or she has such specific taste in men that she dated two guys who look almost the same... So would his name be Charles Constantine? Constantine does sound more like a surname. Hmm --Buddy 14:36, 1 January 2008 (PST)
Yeah, it confuses me a lot... why would they refer to him as something different though? But Charles Constantine does seem like sort of as a stupid name... though. *shrugs* Can we at least not write that they may or may not be the same guy? --SvipTalk 15:43, 1 January 2008 (PST)
The only possibilities I see are:
  • They forgot his name and gave him a new one (unlikely)
  • His full name is Charles Constantine (most likely)
  • Michelle dumped Constantine for his cleanshaven identical twin brother (sort of unlikely)
  • Michelle gave Constantine a nickname because she still felt "Constantine" was stupid.
At the momment I'd say, move the article to Charles Constantine and explain that while they probably are the same guy, there's a slight chance they aren't - Quolnok 16:26, 1 January 2008 (PST)
Concurred! --Buddy 18:52, 1 January 2008 (PST)
Also, I just thought of something quite unlikely, but possible. It's possible that when Bender asked if he was Fry, Charles recognized this was a surname, and when questioned for his name, also gave his surname. That sorta makes sense, but Fry is a rather rare surname, so who knows if he was smart enough for that. Although he did (later) graduate law school. --Buddy 18:56, 1 January 2008 (PST)

I thank that his nickname would have been Charles becaue it sorta sounds like Constantene...