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Episode Reviews


Short Summary

Leela's Homeworld
First aired 02/17/02
Rank: 78/124
Reviews: 259
Rating: 80%

Bender and Professor Farnsworth decipher something far more rewarding for Leela, as Fry helps her discover some long-lost secrets about her background, including what happened to her parents.
 


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#21 by mike
Anyone know who sings the song at the end of this episode?

This was the only reference I could find on the internet (but I'm not sure who the artist is)...

when I see you alone.
I see what's in your mind
you want me,yes you do,
you don't need to tell me
I know you love me most,
no one else take my place
you need me,yes you do,
forever and ever

°÷baby love child°◊


mike gave 3 points
19.02.2002

#22 by Musca domestica
Ok I have watched the episode again. My opinion has changed. The episode was kind of uneven, there were some real strong points and some negative. First the negative, the humor was a little flatter then usual, Luck of the Fryish had strong humor with the emotion. Some of the jokes this time just didn't work (the Balloon, the father's line before he left Leela, some others) Also the narrative could have been done in a more powerful way. Leela's parents shouldn't have appeared after the first act, ruins some of the surprise later in the ep. Also the flashback seemed to be out of place, it would have made more sense right after Fry took off the hoods, the only problem was the time between the two flashbacks might be too small. Now the good. There was some really creative camera angles, especially when Leela was chasing after her parents. Small details in the background in the sewer, the zoom down from above, and the amazing ripple effect in the toxic waste. The returning mutants had good scenes, good additions of the leg mutant who will probably appear again. Leelaís parents didnít have a lot of screen time now have interesting psudo-Jewish personalities; hopefully they will become minor reoccurring characters (like Hermesí wife or Scruffy) The voice acting Katey Sagal did a great job, was surprised how emotional she got was near the end.

Some quick notes
Thought the Song sounded a little like JPOP

Musca domestica gave 4 points
19.02.2002

#23 by SolarBurn
An amusing episode, worth watching if only for the end where there's a lemmings song remix. You can get another remix of the same song here

http://rem ... isplay.php?mix=rlemmings1

SolarBurn gave 4 points
19.02.2002

#24 by Terry
meh. pretty bad when compared to other episodes this season. Completely story driven, almost no humor. The funnier parts involved the professor.

Terry gave 2 points
19.02.2002

#25 by ElDragon
yo, leela's parents are there, in 'i second that emotion'when that brainy guy sings the legend of alchuganibre (or whatever).
they appear on the top left of the screen.



ElDragon gave 4 points
19.02.2002

#26 by Megs
It wasn't the greatest episode ever, but with the show on the way out, I'll take what I can get! In which case it was like finding a liter of water in the desert.

Megs gave 3 points
19.02.2002

#27 by Ben Herrmann
Hey good episode, Story heavy yea, but thats the bueaty of the show. The dynamics of the Charachters, the fact that Leela(or anyone for that matter) can change and grow as a charachter. That is what makes this show so much better than 90% of the other crap that gets put on tv.

Ben Herrmann gave 4 points
20.02.2002

#28 by Matt


Much agreed with the previous post. Character development and stories that actually move forward with plot and purpose are all too quickly choked out reality Tv and, to quote Fry, "the genre, World's blankiest blanks". This episode was not as zinger heavy as others, but still managed to be reasonably funny while providing a huge insight into one of the key characters. Great job!

Matt gave 4 points
20.02.2002

#29 by CyBrBeAsT
I thought it was quite a good episodes. The Machine and Bender and the orphinarium were very funny.


CyBrBeAsT gave 4 points
22.02.2002

#30 by iamspoonbender
FoolishCarpenter asked
"Anyway does anybody here know the name of the song which was played towards the end of the show?"

I'm wondering the same thing, does anyone know the artist or song name?

iamspoonbender gave 3 points
23.02.2002


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