REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

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REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

Post by c_nordlander » Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:23 pm

A Christmas request for Missy, but I'm posting it a bit early since I'll be travelling tomorrow. A short scene, set directly after "A Bicyclops Built for Two". Leela feels troubled by Al's betrayal, until she makes a realisation.

Not nearly as action-filled as the title implies, but I wanted to make a cheesy pun. Just be grateful I didn't try to make any Bird-Man references.
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Welcome to our little town
Why don't you settle down?
Here, just fill out the paperwork and you can look around
We work and then we work and then we work and then we work and then we work and then we work
And then we end up in the ground.


- The Stupendium, "The Fine Print"
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Re: REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

Post by missy_misery » Tue Dec 22, 2020 5:21 am

Eee thrilling! Will review when I come back from vacation!!
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Re: REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

Post by missy_misery » Sun Apr 11, 2021 4:03 am

I love the simple, easy, way this starts. Fry is very good in particular.
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I could absolutely hear his voice!

And I love Leela's internal monologue here. I love the word-pictures you paint, the bright sun coming out over the city. This is just excellent character observational stuff.

And I LOVED
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This is so beautiful, you did such a good job!
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Re: REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

Post by c_nordlander » Sun Apr 11, 2021 2:16 pm

Couldn't be happier to hear you liked it.
Welcome to our little town
Why don't you settle down?
Here, just fill out the paperwork and you can look around
We work and then we work and then we work and then we work and then we work and then we work
And then we end up in the ground.


- The Stupendium, "The Fine Print"
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Re: REVIEWS: The Fugitive of Alcazar (Futurama)

Post by missy_misery » Mon Apr 19, 2021 5:05 am

Welcome!!
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Crack!Fic, The Marge Simpson Way: "Just then, Sir Lancelot rode up on a white horse and saved Joan of Arc.  They got married and lived in a spaceship.  The end." - Tales from the Public Domain, "Hot Child In The City"
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