Talk:Zapp Dingbat

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Source to tie the plot and episode number together?

I know that this plot is coming in season 7, but I have yet to see it tied to 7ACV05 specifically, do you have any source on that? --Sviptalk 11:07, 2 October 2011 (CEST)

Because it's been over three weeks and there's been no answer, I've removed it from the article. Sanfazer (talk) 20:16, 25 October 2011 (CEST)


Perhaps the article can be moved from "Zapp Dingba" to "Zapp Dingbat".

Out of the three sources listing the episode's title, only one lists it as "Zapp Dingba": the CGEF source. The MSN episode guide and the Countdown to Futurama post both list the episode's title as "Zapp Dingbat". Motordome (a.k.a. Roboto63) 19:16, 25 May 2012 (CEST)

Took care of it. Going to make the update now. Sanfazer (talk) 19:35, 25 May 2012 (CEST).]]

"Mos Def Cantina"

The Mos Def Cantina is definitely modeled after the Mos Eisly Cantina, but I believe it also references Mos Def's character Ford Perfect; or more so, The HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy : The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. -- Drehmini 13:42, 13 July 2012 (EDT)

Not a forum.

I've removed the following from the goofs section:

  • Zapp hires Munda as his interprator, but it was previously stated women can't join the DOOP Army.
    • It's possible that rule was rescinded in the several years since "War Is the H-Word".
  • The transporter ray only transports Munda from the street into Leela's appartment, but in its last apperance it teleported Fry across states.

If someone wants to reword these dumb sub-points into their parent points, feel free to put it back in. This isn't TVtropes, people. We don't need to have people post one thing only for someone else to use a sub-point to refute it. That's dumb. If you think it's wrong, EDIT THE ORIGINAL POINT. --Buddy (talk) 08:59, 18 August 2012 (CEST)

The second one is just ridiculous. We don't need it there. But for the first one, we could say:
  • Zapp hires Munda as his interprator, but it was previously stated women can't join the DOOP Army. (Although this rule could've been repealed in the several years since War is the H-Word.

To be honest, I wasn't to bothered by the first one, just the second. What does everyone else think? Kif (talk) 15:30, 18 August 2012 (CEST)

Times displayed in the episode

Did anyone else notice the thing with the times mentioned/displayed in this episode? They seemed to make special reference to the following times:

3:42 3:43 3:44 8:00 7:58 7:59

I feel this might be significant in some way because of how it was presented in the episode, but I can't figure out what it may mean.