Talk:Beck's head

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Should it be "Beck's head"? I find it awkward how some pages have "'s head" added to it, and some don't. Shouldn't the Star Trek actors, Stephen Hawking, and Al Gore all have "'s head" added on, since that's what they are now, or should we just drop the "head" ending altogether? - User:Unit 3.0 22:20, 13 October, 2010 (EST)

We should keep the head part. Not all celebrities are in jars, you know. But this article is definetely supposed to be moved. However, the Star Trek cast members have their own bodies, thanks to Melllvar. The Al Gore article is a different case, though, because the character appears in both forms. (By the way, why was Leonard Nimoy moved?) San Saber 18:42, 14 October 2010 (CEST)
But the Star Trek actors don't have bodies anymore. They lost them all, in order to get off Omega 3. Right now, all of the Star Trek cast, and Al Gore are heads. Saying that Al Gore shouldn't have head added on, because he appeared with a body, would be like labeling Zoidberg as a weird starfish thing, because he was shown in that form. As of right now, in the Futurama canon, all of those people are heads. -- User:Unit 3.0 19:08, 14 October, 2010 (EST)
You're right. I've just moved the page to Beck's head. Now we just need to do a little work on Al Gore and the Star Trek cast, so we're really just getting started. USE YOUR HEADS, PEOPLE! San Saber 01:31, 17 October 2010 (CEST)