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Episode Reviews


Short Summary

Jurassic Bark
First aired 11/17/02
Rank: 15/124
Reviews: 1477
Rating: 91%

Bender gets jealous when it looks like cloning will reunite Fry with his dog from the 20th century.
 


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#581 by TS
One of the saddest tv episodes, ever... The writer let us know the truth, but kept Fry in the dark.

TS gave 5 points
18.03.2004

#582 by Felipe
This is regarding post #489 by James:
I would deduct from your post that you have never had the fortune of sharing time with a canine pet. quote: "Animals do not grieve at all, nor are they ever depressed."
yes, you've never had a pet, or never took the time to get to know him/her better, dogs do grieve and they do get depressed and they do die of grief. I have sensed these emotions and I have felt the unconditional loyalty and love from a canine, and believe me, it goes far beyond gratitute for protection and food..
I saw this episode, and I too cried at the end.. I felt angry at whoever wrote this episode, for it made me feel really bad...
well, one of my favorite episodes anyway..

Felipe gave 5 points
18.03.2004

#583 by Long Live Seymour
Saw this episode for the first time around Veteran's Day last fall. I felt the same way everybody else did. I bawled like a littlegirl till i fell asleep and the next morning. I had to use all my strength not to break down and cry in school. A very touching episode indeed. The final 90 seconds really pack a punch on your emotions. Seeing the dog lay his head down and die after all those years is a major emotion jerker. I say they show this episode for a one night comeback of Futurama on Fox, truly the number 1 episode.

Long Live Seymour gave 5 points
19.03.2004

#584 by Murf
Incredible. I'm glad to see I'm not the only sap that cried at the end...I went over to my dog who was sleeping on the couch and held her on my lap for several minutes...it really made me think...probably made my poor dog think, too, as in "what's with him?..." lol...I give this episode a five; it's one of the best I've seen. The prospect of someone stuck a thousand years in the future is funny enough for some laughs and nostalgic enough for some very powerful moments, and this was one of those moments...wow.

Murf gave 5 points
19.03.2004

#585 by MSULaw
I thought I was the only sap with this episode but it turns out I did exactly what 80% of us did with this episode...during that last few minutes I shed a tear and held my little doggie and wondered what she would do if anything ever happened to me...excellent episode:)

MSULaw gave 5 points
22.03.2004

#586 by I8YOURDONUT
*sniffle* I love this episode but watching the credits made me pour down tears. :(

I8YOURDONUT gave 5 points
23.03.2004

#587 by Ghost_Spriggan
I have just finished watching "Jurassic Bark"....I think that is why I find myself on the internet now typing "Jurassic Bark" into google, just so I could see whether I was the only one to be affected so much by this episode (judging from the replies here- i am not!) and I was also hoping to find out whether seymour would be included (hope against hope) in a future episode....I think all of this that I am feeling and doing are the reasons why I love Futurama so much.....

Ghost_Spriggan gave 5 points
25.03.2004

#588 by Gato_Seco
:______(
I never cried watching a cartoon...
The best episode ever...


Gato_Seco gave 5 points
25.03.2004

#589 by Richard R.
The Song is:

Connie Francis - If It Takes Forever I Will Wait For You

Richard R. gave 5 points
28.03.2004

#590 by David
This is definitely one of my favs. It seems like the ones that go into a person's history, psyche, or other personal stuff, that the episodes are deep. I try not to watch the whole episode, because I cry, like a baby, I can't deal with my dog passing either. But, what gets me is the final scene where Seymour is just waiting, getting teary now...for real. It is the only cartoon I have ever cried in. I think it effects most of us the same because we all have losses that are just so unexpected. It sort of reminds me of the end of "My Dog Skip". I know that this will happen when I go to college too, hold on...*Damn emotions*... It is a great episode.

David gave 5 points
30.03.2004


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