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Re: the military-industrial complex

Post by eumaas » 31 Oct 2008, 11:45am

Wolter wrote:
Flex wrote:
Wolter wrote:Morbo: Tonight's debate features Puny Human #1, Puny Human #2, and Morbo's good friend, Richard Nixon.

Nixon: Hello, Morbo. How's the family?

Morbo: Belligerent and numerous.

Nixon: Good...Nixon's Pro-War and Pro-Family!
Arguably my favorite Nixon moment AND morbo moment. Arguably.
My favorite Nixon moment ever.

But my favorite Morbo moment is when his wife is fixing his tie and he's muttering quietly along the lines of "Stop it. Stop it. It's fine. Stop it. I will destroy you."

Morbo MAY be my favorite ancillary character. Not just in Futurama, but ever.
And he sounds nothing like Lrrr.
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Re: the military-industrial complex

Post by Flex » 31 Oct 2008, 11:47am

eumaas wrote:
Wolter wrote:
Flex wrote:
Wolter wrote:Morbo: Tonight's debate features Puny Human #1, Puny Human #2, and Morbo's good friend, Richard Nixon.

Nixon: Hello, Morbo. How's the family?

Morbo: Belligerent and numerous.

Nixon: Good...Nixon's Pro-War and Pro-Family!
Arguably my favorite Nixon moment AND morbo moment. Arguably.
My favorite Nixon moment ever.

But my favorite Morbo moment is when his wife is fixing his tie and he's muttering quietly along the lines of "Stop it. Stop it. It's fine. Stop it. I will destroy you."

Morbo MAY be my favorite ancillary character. Not just in Futurama, but ever.
And he sounds nothing like Lrrr.
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Re: the military-industrial complex

Post by Dr. Medulla » 31 Oct 2008, 12:06pm

eumaas wrote:
Wolter wrote:
Flex wrote:
Wolter wrote:Morbo: Tonight's debate features Puny Human #1, Puny Human #2, and Morbo's good friend, Richard Nixon.

Nixon: Hello, Morbo. How's the family?

Morbo: Belligerent and numerous.

Nixon: Good...Nixon's Pro-War and Pro-Family!
Arguably my favorite Nixon moment AND morbo moment. Arguably.
My favorite Nixon moment ever.

But my favorite Morbo moment is when his wife is fixing his tie and he's muttering quietly along the lines of "Stop it. Stop it. It's fine. Stop it. I will destroy you."

Morbo MAY be my favorite ancillary character. Not just in Futurama, but ever.
And he sounds nothing like Lrrr.
I'm really torn between Morbo and Lrrr. Probably the latter, but by mere fractions.
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Re: the military-industrial complex

Post by Red star 69 » 01 Nov 2008, 1:08pm

Ike was prone to beating the shit out of Tina... that´s a reason to like him, oder?
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Re: the military-industrial complex

Post by BostonBeaneater » 01 Nov 2008, 2:19pm

Red star 69 wrote:Ike was prone to beating the shit out of Tina... that´s a reason to like him, oder?
She was sniffin' that coke like it was flour. She was asking for it.
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