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:Care to explain? --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 23:11, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
 
:Care to explain? --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 23:11, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
 
::It was a joke made by Ken Keeler, someone who uses sarcasm and other jokes similar to this one in almost all of the commentaries he's participated in. There's nothing remotely close to Bender melting away in this movie and there never was in the first place. It was a joke, followed by laughter. If this is accepted as trivia then why not include that Ken Keeler may be suffering from amnesia or using recreational drugs that alter his memory? There are enough "points" in the commentary to signify that. -[[User:Mini-Me|Mini-Me]] 21:33, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
 
::It was a joke made by Ken Keeler, someone who uses sarcasm and other jokes similar to this one in almost all of the commentaries he's participated in. There's nothing remotely close to Bender melting away in this movie and there never was in the first place. It was a joke, followed by laughter. If this is accepted as trivia then why not include that Ken Keeler may be suffering from amnesia or using recreational drugs that alter his memory? There are enough "points" in the commentary to signify that. -[[User:Mini-Me|Mini-Me]] 21:33, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
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:::I don't see an issue with including it as speculation before the film is released.  We even had the speculation that [[Bender's Game#The DVD|''Bender's Game'''s DVD]] would include an episode of [[All My Circuits]].  Before we know the facts, we are to present ''what'' we know.  If you are deeply disturbed by this, I cannot imagine how you would react to seeing ... I dunno, blood?  Also, it is interesting that you come out and quip about it now, when we all know it to be not true.  Why did you not speak up back then when we were all suspecting it?  Yeah, you're as bad as the rest of us. --'''[[User:Svip|Svip]]'''<sup>[[User talk:Svip|Talk]]</sup> 21:58, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
 
::In this particular case, it fooled a lot of people and led to its anticipation about its inclusion. There wasn't any real impact of Ken Keeler talking about having amnesia or a drug problem.[[User:Anarchy Balsac|Anarchy Balsac]] 21:49, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
 
::In this particular case, it fooled a lot of people and led to its anticipation about its inclusion. There wasn't any real impact of Ken Keeler talking about having amnesia or a drug problem.[[User:Anarchy Balsac|Anarchy Balsac]] 21:49, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

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BBS Commentary trivia point

I'm deeply disturbed that this could be taken as a serious fact, and furthermore have it posted as one. I think we should just start taking all comments spoken during the 76 commentaries literally. -Mini-Me 22:46, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

Care to explain? --SvipTalk 23:11, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
It was a joke made by Ken Keeler, someone who uses sarcasm and other jokes similar to this one in almost all of the commentaries he's participated in. There's nothing remotely close to Bender melting away in this movie and there never was in the first place. It was a joke, followed by laughter. If this is accepted as trivia then why not include that Ken Keeler may be suffering from amnesia or using recreational drugs that alter his memory? There are enough "points" in the commentary to signify that. -Mini-Me 21:33, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
I don't see an issue with including it as speculation before the film is released. We even had the speculation that Bender's Game's DVD would include an episode of All My Circuits. Before we know the facts, we are to present what we know. If you are deeply disturbed by this, I cannot imagine how you would react to seeing ... I dunno, blood? Also, it is interesting that you come out and quip about it now, when we all know it to be not true. Why did you not speak up back then when we were all suspecting it? Yeah, you're as bad as the rest of us. --SvipTalk 21:58, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
In this particular case, it fooled a lot of people and led to its anticipation about its inclusion. There wasn't any real impact of Ken Keeler talking about having amnesia or a drug problem.Anarchy Balsac 21:49, 25 February 2009 (UTC)