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And on that wiki entry I’m going to include that incident in Calgary, you know the one with the three Polynesian redheads, a Hummer limo and Leonard Nimoy’s “borrowed” blackberry.

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Lister Sage said on April 6th, 2010 at 12:12 am

I’m going to agree with you on “Luck of the Fryish”. Because after seeing it a few times I got over Seymour, whereas I still can’t watch that ending without my eyes watering.

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I thought it got very maudlin at the end.

New futurama episodes coming out in June, I believe. Awesome, or what?

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Hahaha, you’ve been up there for over a year!

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But Jurassic Bark IS the saddest, precisely because it hasnt that uplifting quality. Even with wet eyes, I can smile at the end of of Luck of the Fryish, while I can only cry when Connie Francis starts singing… oh god I could cry right now just recalling it.

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Am I missing part of the Torontoist article? The quotes they use in the Wiki reference aren’t what you wrote in the article at all…

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Somebody has a crush on CCH Pounder…

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I always cry at “Luck of the Fryish.” But then, I cry at Saving Private Ryan and those goddamn dog food commercials that David Duchovny does and that one part in the new Battlestar Galactica where they play the old BSG theme for a second, so it’s not like it’s hard to make me cry.

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Am I missing part of the Torontoist article? The quotes they use in the Wiki reference aren’t what you wrote in the article at all…

They’re quoting a Torontoist article that’s prior to the one linked to in this post. Check the footnotes on the Wiki page.

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