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And what the Everybody loves Hypnotoad and Hypnotoad on Ice?

Everybody Loves Hypnotoad already has its own article. Hypnotoad on Ice does not, however. But I assume Hypnotoad on Ice is one of those one time events! --Sviptalk 16:52, 2 September 2010 (CEST)

Channel numbers

If the news channels have anything to do with it, is it possible that in the show, all the whole number TV channels have been taken, like in Major League Blurnsball? And if so, should that be included on the page? --The4DGovernment 04:52, 10 February 2014 (CET)

I don't think there is anything that contradicts it. So yes. It may be worth mentioning. Sanfazer: [talk] 16:48, 10 February 2014 (CET).

Saturday Morning Fun Pit

Should Saturday Morning Fun pit be added as three different TV shows? Or one under the name of Saturday Morning Fun Pit? --The4DGovernment: [talk] 03:03, 12 February 2014 (CET)

I think one would be better. The three cartoons can be added below, under level-4 headings. Sanfazer: [talk] 03:56, 12 February 2014 (CET).
Ok, so now I added them and all three episodes under lv4 headers, but should they also all be indented a little? They seem like normal TV shows because lv4 isn't that much smaller than lv3. They could be indented under the lv3 header. I don't really know because you don't have another show like this.
Maybe they could be like:

Saturday Morning Fun Pit

See Saturday Morning Fun Pit.
Futurama and Friends Saturday Morning Fun Pit.jpg

First Appearance: "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (7ACV19)


Description: A trio of Craptastic Saturday Morning Cartoons.
Based on: Various cartoons

Bendee Boo and the Mystery Crew

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First Appearance: "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (7ACV19)

Description: A TV show where Fry, Bendee boo(Bender), and the rest of the gang solve mysteries.
Based on: Scooby-Doo

Purpleberry Pond

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First Appearance: "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (7ACV19)

Description: A show probably aimed at selling Purpleberry cereal to young children.
Based on: Strawberry Shortcake

G.I. Zapp

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First Appearance: "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (7ACV19)

Description: A violent cartoon that is later edited to portray a less violent cartoon by President Nixon.
Based on: G.I. Joe
--The4DGovernment: [talk] 01:49, 26 February 2014 (CET)
Great idea.
Indented. Sanfazer: [talk] 01:17, 27 February 2014 (CET).
Thank you :) --The4DGovernment (talk) 03:35, 4 March 2014 (CET)

Thr Finder Outer

This show should be placed in the 21th century. The signal takes a thousand years to travel from earth to Omicron Persei 8. So it was broadcasted in 2013, wasnt it? -- the preceding unsigned comment was written by

The signals from he 21st Century take 1000 years as they travel at the old speed of light, signals from the 31st century are sent at the new speed of light and are near instantaneous. Omicon Persei 8 gets to see both sets of shows. In this case we can see a spaceship and a couple of aliens or Klaus' crime board, so it can be assumed to be a 31st century program. - Quolnok (talk) 13:09, 30 November 2014 (CET)
Lightspeed was increased in 2208. Correct is that we see Spaceships and Aliens on the board shown in one scene. But we also see that Boy from the very first scene of 1ACV01 (Same Hair, same sweater) who seems to havent bought a new sweater in the last 14 years just like fry. -- the preceding unsigned comment was written by
The boy may have frozen himself too. Sanfazer: [talk] 15:16, 2 December 2014 (CET).