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Waterfall family

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oh dear...

  • forgive my stupidity, but after adding a quote to waterfall jr.'s bio, i somehow managed to totally mess up the rest of the page. no matter what i try, i cannot restore what was there before. i feel like a complete moron and would really appretiate it if some other, less brain-dead individual would fix it ~Tryzon
  • ok forget that now, it seems to have gone right again. i paniked there. never mind ~Tryzon

Another Waterfall?

In the commentary they hinted that there was another one. I think they said Phil Hendrie voiced the Encyclopod... does that really mean the Encyclopod counts? Or does it just mean that he's doomed to die in his next appearance? --Buddy 19:51, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

Yeah I'm not too happy about that one. It made me ask the same thing.Anarchy Balsac 20:07, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
The Encyclopod took Hutch's DNA, technically making it a descendant of Hutch. The commentators seem to think it counts, but I don't know if the writers will. How can you kill off a creature that houses the DNA of every extinct being? -Mini-Me 23:18, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
If that's true, then aren't the Encyclopod the descendant of all endangered species? It's not like it is evolving from it, it is more a way of storing it. I think your answer is; if the Encyclopod stores DNA of endangered species, it is to recreate these species when they go extinct, and since he has the DNA of a Waterfall, the new human the Encyclopod would create would technically be a clone of Hutch, making this another Waterfall. --SvipTalk 23:26, 27 February 2009 (UTC)