Talk:Yivo

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Questions

How do we know his name is Yivo, and where did the information come from?Anarchy Balsac 17:10, 17 February 2008 (PST)

One of the press releases I assume. Not sure where exactly. - Quolnok 17:33, 17 February 2008 (PST)
It started appearing quite many places, so we assume it was close to truth as it can get. If it is however wrong, we will still manage. --SvipTalk 03:59, 18 February 2008 (PST)

The Farnsworth Parabox appearances.

The IP user 89.241.75.201 have made edits implying that the tentacle like creature which appears over Leela in The Farnsworth Parabox episode, where the crew get out the boxes to check for the correct universe, could be the same creature. Personally, I find it highly unlikely, the creature doesn't even look like Yivo, therefore I have reverted it twice. As a precondition, I have protected it until this dispute is over. Please discuss this article before editing it here. --SvipTalk 09:26, 9 April 2008 (PDT)

I actually thought of the possibility the tentacles were Yivo myself about a week ago. While it would be some cool continuity, I doubt it's true. If it is, there is mention of reusing parts of episodes in the other films in the BBS commentary, and regardless they'll say it in that film's commentary if that was him. - Quolnok 09:34, 9 April 2008 (PDT)
Indeed, let's leave it till we can confirm it. --SvipTalk 09:39, 9 April 2008 (PDT)
I personally think those tentacles are too small for that to be possible, but who knows?Anarchy Balsac 17:58, 13 April 2008 (PDT)
Another neato appearance is in the 2D Tunnel of Love! -Mini-Me 18:12, 9 July 2008 (CEST)
Weird coincidence

Shkle/Shklee

The closed captions use "shklee." What are we going to stick with? -Mini-Me 04:57, 6 August 2008 (CEST)

Hmm... To be honest, I think that "shklee" is better. I don't really mind either way, though. --Fatt Daddy Inc. 09:46, 6 August 2008 (CEST)
I'll try to locate all of the shkles tonight then, I guess. -Mini-Me 12:32, 6 August 2008 (CEST)

Marriage? There was no marriage

Our articles will have us believe that universe A/Gamma got married with it... whatever. Yivo obviously proposed and whatnot, but all they did was move in with him. Yes, moving in is a big step, but it is not marriage. Where was the ceremony? There wasn't any!

I hope our articles can just reflect this point of interest. O_O --SvipTalk 13:24, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

  • Second'd, all that was said is "Yivo proposed, we're moving in with shkler" then they take the escalators to Yivo, then bender comes in later and "rescues" them all if there was a marriage, I'm sure it would have been shown.Futurama Freak1 13:27, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
Silence! I concur, there was no marriage. - Quolnok 14:03, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

The Late Philip J. Fry?

Wait, wait, what? Did I miss something? Yivo appearing in The Late Philip J. Fry? Aki 09:31, 2 September 2010 (CEST)

When Fry, Bender and the Professor are about to stop in the year 3010 of the third universe, they briefly see things that happened near the Conference Table. Didn't you write something about it in an article? Fan Futurama 09:39, 2 September 2010 (CEST)
Gosh, I entirely forgot about that. Thanks. :P Aki 13:43, 2 September 2010 (CEST)

Infinite Yivo Theory

OK, so as we know from The Farnsworth Parabox, universe B is exactly like universe A when the Planet Expres Crew of Universe A discover it, except for how coin-tosses result, with some other differences (many of which are related to this main difference), such as the colour Amy paints her toenails. I wonder, was this universe discovered by an alternate Yivo at the same time. This must have happened for the universe itself to remain so similar to Universe A, yet for this to be possible, there must be an alternate Yivo Universe. It is possible that Bender flipped a coin over whether or not to make his time duplicates stay with him underground in Bender's Big Score, instead of when they were logically supposed to (so in Universe B, he would not have done this; the paradox that tore through the fabric of Universe A allowing Yivo to enter and interact with its inhabitants would never happened in Universe B). However, Bender is very confident in every one of his decisions, so it is extremely unlikely that he would have done this, and the second Yivo may still have been there; if the coin toss rule wasn't there in these universes he would have to be for it to make any sense (or one Yivo could have interacted with two universes at once). In some (or all) of the other Universes shown in that episode (either a large amount, as seen with the large amount of boxes, or maybe an infinite (or at least in the hundreds) number of universes, as the different universes may have had different boxes, all for different universes), this may have happened, meaning many more than one Yivo.

Evidence of Infinity

Also, we know that there is an infinite cycle of our universe being created by the Big Bang, and The Big Crunch, in every one the same events occur (including what happened with Yivo). As the Yivo that interacts with a Universe always has seen no other universe until the current Universe A's Big Bang, there would have to be a new Yivo being created for every Universe it interacts with, between the Universe's Big Bang, and Big Crunch. This would mean an infinite number of Yivos in existence over the course of infinite time. There would, however, be more Yivos at any one time if my theory from the above paragraph is correct. There would definitely be an infinite number over the infinite timeline, but maybe an infinite number at once, for an infinite amount of time. -- the preceding unsigned comment was written by 82.38.92.194 before 20:13, 2 August 2013 (CEST).