Talk:The 30% Iron Chef

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I could've sworn the DVD packaging left off the word "The" on the title of this one... Buddy13 FW16.png 13:22, 27 July 2006 (PDT)

Fast Forward?

"When Zoidberg sneaks into the bathroom to plant fake evidence, Fry is singing 'I'm walking on sunshine,'" That's not really a fast forward. I'm pretty sure that it's a running gag for Fry to sing ( or at least hum) that song whenever he's in the shower. Even if I'm wrong about that, I still clearly remember him singing it in "I, Roommate" while in the chemical burn shower. My apologies if I'm being waaaay too anal about a cartoon. I just think it has more comedic value as a running gag than an "I see what you did there" fast forward type of thing, and that we should reflect it as such.--Ozzie 01:24, 29 December 2007 (PST)

Yeah, well... we are sort of working out a new standard format for the articles. And it is likely to change the name of "Fast forward" to "Continuity" instead at some point. However, no decision have been made so far. --SvipTalk 03:14, 29 December 2007 (PST)


When the professor first discovers that his bottle ship is broken he drops the receiver and it shows someone talking in Spanish (or with a Spanish accent) from the other end, is that a reference? Because it looks very much like one but it's not mentioned in the references list.

Well, what do you believe it is a reference to? -- DeepSpaceHomer 19:10, 4 April 2011 (CEST)

It's hard to say, it could be anything, maybe a movie? But then again, if I knew the answer I wouldn't be asking :) Doesn't it look a lot like a reference though?

I honestly can't say I recognize it as anything specific. It's possible that it's a reference to something, but to what I can't say. -- DeepSpaceHomer 21:41, 7 April 2011 (CEST)