I could have sworn it was Vijay Patel, not B.J. If anyone has the episode DVR'd, perhaps they could confirm or deny. -- DeepSpaceHomer 14:35, 26 August 2011 (CEST)
- Silence! I concur. - Quolnok 14:43, 26 August 2011 (CEST)
Is this the first time that Wernstrom has pronounced his own surname? If not, then we have a contradiction, but if so, then we have a new official pronunciation of his name. -- DeepSpaceHomer 20:30, 26 August 2011 (CEST)
- No, it isn't. He pronounces it as Wernstrom in The Beast with a Billion Backs, not as Vernstrom, like in this episode. Sanfazer 20:37, 26 August 2011 (CEST)
Cultivate a virus in a petri dish?
I barely remember how they illustrate the virus inside the petri dish but, the little I remember, it looked like a bacterial colony. Viruses doesn't grow on petri dish, they need tissue or blood... anyways its only a cartoon and it works for its purpuse. (BTW sorry for my bad english)...
Common Cold is a Threat
In the Goofs section, there's a mention that Nixon should have known that the common cold wouldn't be a threat. This isn't a goof. It's not a threat to US of our generation because we have built up resistances and immunities to it. Not only that, the genetic makeup of at least 1,000 years later would be different, and therefore could be a killer in the year 3000 if it had been exterminated for 500 years. It also could have mutated when entering the changed environment and bodies. That being said, this isn't a goof, it truly could have been a threat. Polantaris 08:56, 27 August 2011 (CEST)
Cryonic Woman Continuity Goof
In this episode, a part of the story is Fry not going to school because he got sick. However, in Cryonic Woman he tells Michelle he was kept out of school since his parents thought it was a waste of tax-payer money.