Talk:Philip J. Fry, II
- Note: Moving this from Talk:Timeline, since it fits better here.
Fry's nephew was about, I don't know, 2-4, when Bender was searching for Fry (I) to kill him, which was in 2012, which would mean that Fry II could have been born between 2008-2010. Right? Chris of the Futurama2 19:11, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
- You have a point. It doesn't make sense for him to be born in 2000 anyway. In fact, I cannot find any evidence supporting the age described in the article. I assumed, since it does not appear in the transcript, that it may have been written on his tomb stone in the episode, but it didn't do that either. In fact, his age is totally unknown. Unless someone can shed some light on why this article describes his age.
- In addition, I find it extremely unlikely for Yancy, the very same year his brother disappeared, to get a wife and a child. I mean, slow down, hot stuff. And the evidence of Bender's Big Score seems to largely counter-argue what this article says. --SvipTalk 20:11, 21 March 2009 (UTC)
Yancy Fry named his son after his brother because he miss him.. but since Fry's duplicate was in the year 2000, it wouldn't make any sense why Yancy would name it after his brother.
Yancy also have Fry's Four Leaf Clover but clearly in the flashback, Fry still have it.
I have a theory though, Yancy probably named it when Fry gone to find Leelu, but since Fry was only gone for 2 year... it doesn't make sense how Fry Jr look 4-7.
If he was such an important person why wasn't his head preserved like almost everyone elses?
- You are asking about a continuity error. Which would assume that you'd have to ask the creators of the show rather than us.
- However, if my guesses are worth anything, I assume it varies in purpose upon whom they wish to re-preserve. It may be out of respect for those they do not choose to preserve, while others are preserved due to their importance in remaining alive. Alternatively, it may something you can 'opt-out' of, if you wish to remain dead (that is not unthinkable). --Sviptalk 19:00, 16 January 2010 (UTC)
- Alternatively, it may have been preserved and we simply haven't seen it yet. - Quolnok 01:00, 17 January 2010 (UTC)
- My original thought was that perhaps he had died in some way that prevented his head from having been preserved. But I realized that this didn't stop people who are dead in the 21st Century from being living heads in the 31st. So perhaps it must be in your will that you either wish to be revived or wish not to be revived. Or, as Quolnok said, maybe we just haven't seen him yet. Being the first man on Mars, perhaps he is in the Wongs' wine cellar. --Buddy 09:26, 17 January 2010 (UTC)
- Perhaps he would rather sleep then be preserve?