Talk:Mom's sons

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if one of them was seen dating hattie, then maybe they are really in their 70's, and maybe they are the sons of the professor.

That date doesn't really prove anything. Like most of the people there that night, Larry's date was found at the bus station by Bender and assigned to him at random. - Quolnok 16:28, 1 January 2008 (PST)

Ignar or Igner?

Could you please define a reason for why you moved the article without a discussion first? --SvipTalk 16:57, 4 November 2008 (UTC)

Would anyone care to reveal this information of the spelling of his name comes from? Except just stating that it is? --SvipTalk 16:20, 5 November 2008 (UTC)
David X. Cohen revealed the actual spelling in the audio commentary for Bender's Game. - Jasonbres
That's settled then. I haven't heard the commentary yet, as my DVD hasn't arrived. DAMN YOU, POSTAL SERVICE!!! Anyway, thanks for clearing it up, it's all I wanted. :) --SvipTalk 18:28, 5 November 2008 (UTC)
Yeah, DXC says it quite emphatically. He even mentions that websites use the "Ignar" spelling, and then someone (forgot who) says that "you should go to the website and change it" -- which I'm optimistically pretending was a reference to our site. Since users can change things. I keep hoping they'll mention us in a commentary. They mentioned "" and "toomuchamywong" which is wrong, but I know the one they were talking about. --Buddy 20:48, 27 November 2008 (UTC)


We did it for Smitty and URL, but I am starting to think it will be easier for us to develop these characters' articles more individually if the articles are split. And this page itself becomes a disambiguous page. I am beginning to be more and more against several character articles, because it limits one from discussing the character individually, and forces you to do it in a group reference. Like "he is dumb one, he is the smart one and he is that one". The characters themselves are only described from a perspective, not their individual... self. --Svip 20:25, 9 August 2009 (UTC)

Hmm, I think we discussed this previously. At this point, I think we [c/sh]ould split this one, Orphans (which has some images of the individuals hidden inside it), Mutant Atomic Supermen and the other article I can't think of right now. You know the one. - Quolnok 23:52, 9 August 2009 (UTC)
Well, I am gonna go ahead and do it. --Svip 16:02, 10 August 2009 (UTC)