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    KurtPikachu2001

    [81]Sep 7, 2007
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    Here's some I had in mind:

    SpaceCast Caper: The PE Crew is on asignment in Arizona. While there, they learn two teens had their video game system the SpaceCast 4000 stolen. Fry, Bender, and Leela vow to help the teens get their video game system back.

    Hookin' The Line and Sinkin' It: Fry gets harrassed and bullied by a punk goth girl on a fishing trip with Leela and Bender. They all enter a local fishing contest, and Fry enters and so does the punk goth girl. Leela and Bender refuse to help Fry because they believe he should fight his own battles.

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    BobbyHeffley

    [82]Sep 12, 2007
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    plumber-man wrote:

    Fryce Age

    The Earth is enveloped by supercold weather, resulting in perpetual darkness, layers of ice and snow, and the start of a new "super ice age". The next few monthes are living hell, since the darkness and formation of ice sheets around New New York and everywhere else stops all productivity. The crew decide to investigate the sudden cold, frankly because there is nothing good on TV when it's reruns over and over since the actors and writers can't leave thier houses. after going around the globe for answers, they find out that the weather is because of something, but they do not find out when Amy suggests they just take a vacation to a vacation planet. They do, and when they return, they find that the ice was because someone used a reverse global warming machine but could not shut it off. Fry says, That sounds like an ending made up on a TV show just to ty up the plot."

    This sounds like a great idea.

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    stupidflounders

    [83]Sep 12, 2007
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    DOC LOBSTER

    Zoidberg, while rummaging in the trash for some food, discovers a slimy substance that turns out to be the cure for moon flu, the deadliest disease on earth. He wins the Nobel prize in medicine, barely edging out his competition, Professor Farnsworth (his entry is a pill that gets rid of old man smell). This ignites a feud between Zoidberg and Farnsworth, which is exacerbated when Zoidberg takes a cushy new job at Mars University. Incompetent at best (and downright deadly at worst), Zoidberg is in way over his head. He is kicked out of Mars University when he mistakes a research lab for the cafeteria and is forced to ask for his old job back. Farnsworth agrees, but on the condition that Zoidberg must give him credit for the moon flu cure -- as it turns out, the slimy substance was distilled old man smell.

    B Story: Bender and Fry somehow become Boy Scout troop leaders.

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    BobbyHeffley

    [84]Sep 13, 2007
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    mitsukigirl13 wrote:

    This is actually a movie story line

    The Fry Family

    It shows a flashback of Fry's Mom, Dad, and 30 year old Yancy (after he had a son) walking home from seeing The Simpsons Movie (LOL) they take a shortcut through a dark alley, where a robber confronts them. The run to the lab where Fry was frozen. Not noticing Fry, they hide in the freezing chamber and get frozen for 5000 years. Someone covered them with a sheet, so nobody noticed them.

    1003 years later, Fry looks under the sheet and unfreezes them. They move in to his apartment. Fry's happy, but everyone else is miserable. Yancy and Fry keep fighting while Bender is trying to sleep, his dad keeps on predicting the end of the world, badmouthing the Profesors inventions, and trying to eat Zoidburg, and his Mom is trying to get Leela to date Fry. But the Frys are miserable too, they miss their time, and hate the future. So they go back to the lab, freeze themselfs, and hope that in 10,000 years, all the future inventions will be gone, and everyone is living like and using the great things of their time.

    This sounds like a magnificent idea.

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    BobbyHeffley

    [85]Sep 13, 2007
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    Conspiracy Theory

    Fry relates his experience of being stung by a space bee and surviving. After hearing Fry's account, Leela reads a copy of The New New York Post that contains an article with a conspiracy theory about the sting. It states that Zapp Brannigan placed the baby queen bee on the Planet Express Ship in an attempt to murder Fry. However, Hermes reads the official report and declares that this was a horrible accident. He also tells everyone not to believe this conspiracy theory. The next day, Amy reads the Planetary Enquirer and runs across a story stating that Mom caused Fry's impalement on a space bee stinger (Leela fell into a coma and woke up after only two weeks). This time, Bender exposes the lie by stating that this was clearly accidental. Fry correctly says, "Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean they are not out to get you." A week after this lie, Amy is reading a Web page that states that the CIA placed the baby queen space bee on the Planet Express Ship in an attempt to assassinate Fry. The Professor reads a story in The Week that declares that Fry was wounded by accident. It seems that nothing can stop the conspiracy theorists. Zoidberg picks up a copy of the Sun and reads a false report stating that Leela was drugged.

    Edited on 09/20/2007 6:46am
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    ComeOut2Play819

    [86]Sep 15, 2007
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    tjspinfan wrote:
    whogivesableep wrote:
    flandersrocks98 wrote:
    ComeOut2Play819 wrote:
    Idiots anonymous Fry asks the Professor if he knows anything about the other Frys/Farnsworths, and the Professor says that he should never get his hopes up for ever meeting or even learning about any relative. Depressed at this, Fry takes goes for a stroll. Fry is taking an ordinary walk down the streets of NNYC when he sees a criminal holding a pretty young woman at gunpoint and he confronts him. Fry knocks the man out but ends up getting shot in the process, and the woman is kneeling over him, searching his clothes for a cell phone to call the police and an ambulance for Fry. While searching Fry, she notices on Fry's driving license that his name is 'Philip J. Fry', which she gasps at. Cuts to where Fry is in the hospital, and the woman is with him. Fry asks where he is and the woman says 'are you okay, Father?' Fry asks what the heck she's talking about, and she explains that Michelle is her mother and Fry is her father. Michelle had the baby months after Fry disappeared, and the baby was proved to be Fry's through a maternity test. Michelle left Fry because she didn't want everyone to know she was carrying the child of a loser, and the man Michelle married left her for decieving him (she thought Michelle cheated on him and that's how she got pregnant), and it was generally accepted as the reason Fry supposedly ran away was because he didn't want to deal with the baby and the fact that he knocked a girl up. As soon as Michelle had the baby (and her husband left her), she went searching for Fry (mentioned in the cryonic woman), but gave up and froze herself. So the girl grew up not knowing her parents or what happened to them, but she knew their names. Then one day, she recieved a letter (presumably from a sympathetic Nibbler) explaining the stories of her parents. She now knew that the only way she would ever know her family is if she went 1,000 years in the future... Fry is bewildered at this, and refuses to believe it until he sees a birthmark proving that she is a Fry. Fry then shares a heartfelt moment, hug, blah blah blah, she can stay with him and Bender. Fry and the girl (let's call her...idk.... Amber in honor of my dead dog) are catching up and walking in the park. But then wierd things happen. The surroundings all flicker and inexplicably morph into different landscapings, the clouds and sky change color, and Fry can hear the sound of people screaming at each other, people crying. Fry blinks and Amber is morphing into everyone he knows and loves (blink to blink until she is Bender and then Bender/Amber slaps Fry screaming 'your okay, meatbag!'. Fry then wakes up in an emergency room, with a bunch of screaming doctors and frantic friends (and Zoidberg). Fry realizes that it was all a dream and he had been on the brink of death after he was shot. Later... Farnsworth has a surprise for Fry. Farnsworth has rounded up all the Farnsworths/Frys in America, to cheer up Fry. Fry is elated and asks Farnsworth why he said he'd never meet or learn of any descendents or relatives. Farnsworth said it's because he took the last damn soda!
    That was the best idea so far, I myself loved it
    I agree, that was great
    omg that was gr8!!!! you should have mentioned leela in it though


    Thanks for the praise people! Oh, and I really HATE Leela, thats why I didn't include her. I think the best one I've read here is the Fry Family one.
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    BobbyHeffley

    [87]Sep 18, 2007
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    Consider this travesty of the American justice system.

    The Trial

    Fry has won a $300 million lawsuit against Leela and Professor Farnsworth in which he is to receive $75 million in compensatory damages and $225 million in punitive damages. Because Leela was telling the truth, she doesn't have to face any criminal charges. However, the Professor lied under oath; hence, he is being charged with perjury. Fry, Doctor Zoidberg, Leela, Amy, Bender, and Hermes are in the courtroom to watch the proceedings. The Planet Express crew sit through five weeks of testimony. After the closing arguments, the case goes to the jury. After only two weeks of deliberation, the jury convicts Professor Hubert Farnsworth of the charges brought against him. The judge adjourns the trial for the day. The next day, the jury deliberates the Professor's sentence. In view of his advanced age, the jury sentences Farnsworth to five years on probation. Fry is relieved to hear that the Professor will avoid a jail sentence.

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    BobbyHeffley

    [88]Sep 18, 2007
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    Disbarment

    Professor Farnsworth is still on the job as the owner of Planet Express. Shortly afterward, he and his crew receive summonses to appear for the trial of David Wilson, who is charged with subornation of perjury. Fry knows for certain that Wilson ordered Farnsworth to tell a false statement that was material to a lawsuit. The prosecutor claims that the act of subornation took place. The attorney for the defendant, Greta van Grace, argues that the allegation is baseless. The testimony hearings run for four weeks. After the defense makes its closing arguments, the case goes into the hands of the jury. After three weeks of deliberation, the jury convicts Mr. Wilson of subornation of perjury. The State of New New York receives word of the conviction, which prompts the Bar Association to move to disbar David Wilson. After five hours of deliberation, the jury sentences Wilson to three years in prison.

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    BobbyHeffley

    [89]Sep 19, 2007
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    Leela's Appeal

    Fry gathers evidence to prove that Leela did not embezzle $100,000 from Planet Express. He presents it to the court that is trying her appeal. The Planet Express crew is in court to testify. Fry plays a surveillance tape and testifies that someone else came in at night to steal the money. The jury recognizes the person on the tape; it is Zapp Brannigan. After four weeks of testimony, the jury reaches a verdict. They find that Leela is innocent. The judge hears the evidence and overturns the conviction. Soon afterward, Zapp Brannigan is arrested for burglary and grand larceny. Kif Kroker is also arrested for complicity.

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    plumber-man

    [90]Sep 21, 2007
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    I think I speak for all of us in the forum when I say, BobbyHeffley, enough with the political and stories about space bees and such! These just do not fit in with the Futurama style, plus, they are getting a lttle boring. But you do have something going there. Plus, to the guy who wrote that Idiots Anonymous story with all the Frys in America: that contradicts the first episode where it states that Farnsworth is Fry's only living relative. Sayonara!
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    epayps2

    [91]Sep 21, 2007
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    plumber-man wrote:
    I think I speak for all of us in the forum when I say, BobbyHeffley, enough with the political and stories about space bees and such! These just do not fit in with the Futurama style, plus, they are getting a lttle boring. But you do have something going there. Plus, to the guy who wrote that Idiots Anonymous story with all the Frys in America: that contradicts the first episode where it states that Farnsworth is Fry's only living relative. Sayonara!
    I get what your saying, but BobbyHeffley has a right to say what he wants.
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    Richiebcfc25

    [92]Sep 21, 2007
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    leela gets kidnapped just as she is about to marry fry and the team must rescue her
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    BobbyHeffley

    [93]Sep 26, 2007
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    A Boy Named Sue

    One night, Fry and Leela hook up with each other. Leela tells her coworkers that she had the biggest thrill of her life when she had sex with Fry. Two weeks later, Zoidberg runs tests on Leela and confirms that she is pregnant. Further examination reveals that the baby will be a boy. During this time, Fry captains the Planet Expressship. Now, approximately nine months later, Leela is hospitalized because she is entering labor. Fry, Zoidberg, Hermes, Amy, and the Professor are overjoyed to see that the baby is indeed a healthy boy. As a joke, Amy suggests naming him Sue. Fry and Leela agree on that. They now have a boy named Sue.

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    epayps2

    [94]Sep 26, 2007
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    BobbyHeffley wrote:

    A Boy Named Sue

    One night, Fry and Leela hook up with each other. Leela tells her coworkers that she had the biggest thrill of her life when she had sex with Fry. Two weeks later, Zoidberg runs tests on Leela and confirms that she is pregnant. Further examination reveals that the baby will be a boy. During this time, Fry captains the Planet Expressship. Now, approximately nine months later, Leela is hospitalized because she is entering labor. Fry, Zoidberg, Hermes, Amy, and the Professor are overjoyed to see that the baby is indeed a healthy boy. As a joke, Amy suggests naming him Sue. Fry and Leela agree on that. They now have a boy named Sue.

    A boy named Sue? Is that supposed to be a parody of the johnny Cash song?
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    BobbyHeffley

    [95]Sep 26, 2007
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    epayps2 wrote:
    BobbyHeffley wrote:

    A Boy Named Sue

    One night, Fry and Leela hook up with each other. Leela tells her coworkers that she had the biggest thrill of her life when she had sex with Fry. Two weeks later, Zoidberg runs tests on Leela and confirms that she is pregnant. Further examination reveals that the baby will be a boy. During this time, Fry captains the Planet Expressship. Now, approximately nine months later, Leela is hospitalized because she is entering labor. Fry, Zoidberg, Hermes, Amy, and the Professor are overjoyed to see that the baby is indeed a healthy boy. As a joke, Amy suggests naming him Sue. Fry and Leela agree on that. They now have a boy named Sue.

    A boy named Sue? Is that supposed to be a parody of the johnny Cash song?

    Yes, it is. The title is an allusion to that tune.

    Edited on 09/26/2007 11:58am
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    BobbyHeffley

    [96]Sep 26, 2007
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    epayps2 wrote:
    plumber-man wrote:
    I think I speak for all of us in the forum when I say, BobbyHeffley, enough with the political and stories about space bees and such! These just do not fit in with the Futurama style, plus, they are getting a lttle boring. But you do have something going there. Plus, to the guy who wrote that Idiots Anonymous story with all the Frys in America: that contradicts the first episode where it states that Farnsworth is Fry's only living relative. Sayonara!
    I get what your saying, but BobbyHeffley has a right to say what he wants.

    Thanks for reminding me of my First Amendment rights. However, some limitations do apply.

    Edited on 09/26/2007 12:55pm
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    BobbyHeffley

    [98]Sep 26, 2007
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    It Hurts to Be in Love

    Leela and Fry are happily married. They both take turns captaining the Planet Express Ship. The Planet Express crew is seated for the daily discussion when Zapp Brannigan calls Leela to ask her out on a date. She tells him the following: (1) she is married; and (2) she loves Fry, not Brannigan. This breaks Zapp's heart, which causes him to weep. Kif tries to comfort Brannigan; nonetheless, he is inconsolable because his love is unrequited. Fry, Leela, and Bender go on a delivery to Omicron Persei III. Fry is at the helm. The package contains quarters that the Omicronians can use to do their laundry. After returning to Planet Express, the three watch All My Circuits. Meanwhile, on the Nimbus, Zapp Brannigan wonders how long he can exist with the desire for Leela's lips, which he has never kissed. Instead, Fry is on the receiving end of Leela's kisses. As a result, Zapp must pretend that Fry does not exist and keep the love to himself. As the episode name suggests, this is a parody of the 1964 Gene Pitney hit song of the same name.

    Edited on 09/26/2007 1:08pm
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    BobbyHeffley

    [99]Sep 27, 2007
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    plumber-man wrote:
    I think I speak for all of us in the forum when I say, BobbyHeffley, enough with the political and stories about space bees and such! These just do not fit in with the Futurama style, plus, they are getting a lttle boring. But you do have something going there. Plus, to the guy who wrote that Idiots Anonymous story with all the Frys in America: that contradicts the first episode where it states that Farnsworth is Fry's only living relative. Sayonara!

    "Idiots Anonymous" has a rather ironic twist, doesn't it?

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    idefix7

    [100]Sep 27, 2007
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    I just hope he's not trying to impress anyone in the hopes of being 'discovered' as a writer or something. Because apart from the fact that it is pathetic this all just proves that he is an annoying twit without any sense of humor, writing talent and a total lack of understanding politics or even television for that matter. In fact, thinking about it, he might just be Bush's speech writer.

    So much for idiots anonymous... man I'm usually not that aggressive but that guy really gets on my nerves.
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