Futurama Who Are You. Fry Or Leela - ProProfs Quiz
futurama, is a tv cartoon with a delevery boy name philip j fry whao was frozen december 31 and woke up december 31 whai his. Leela however didn't really see Fry as someone she could have a relationship with. He is doppy, dim witted, and just a clueless mess. However. "I moved the stars themselves to write her a love note in the sky.".
I think that's something that truly shines through there relationship. Is how hard Fry fought to get her, and how hard Leela tried so hard to not be with him. Even though deep down in her heart she knew he was the one. I think "Benders big score" also shows Frys love for Leela the best. When he realizes she Is in love with someone else, he goes away. To give her the space and let her be happy.
Over time though he finds out he is Lars, and he still gets Leela in the end. Which I freaking loved so much. Leela has also shown her compassion for him, but not in the same direct way. In the episodes, who's name I have completely forgotten. Leela thinks Fry is killed when a huge bee attacks the ship, and Fry jumps in front of Leela to make sure she doesn't get hit by the stinger.
Leela starts to go mad, missing him and feeling guilty that she survived and he didn't. Then when the twist is revealed it just makes all of it even sweeter. Leela and Fry just work so nicely, and in an endearing way. How Leela makes up for the fact that she is a mutant by being very smart, strong, and beautiful by owning her flaws. After Leela has saved the crew from "pre-life", as she reflects that she is happy with her choice to return to adulthood with her friends, she and Fry share a meaningful glance, but nothing more.
Fry, attempting to assuage his own guilt over missing a delivery mission in " The Why of Fry ", wants to make it up to Leela by taking her out to dinner. This is typical of Fry, to miss the point entirely and to have the wrong reasons for asking her out.
Typical of Leela is her rejection of Fry. In fact, not only does she reject him categorically, she also explains that she is going out with Chazthe mayor's aide. When Fry and Leela cross paths while she is out on her date with Chaz, Fry has a brief moment of happiness, hoping that the date is not going well. Leela crushes his hopes when she tells him that the date is going very well, asking him to walk Nibbler.
While Fry from the future argues with Nibbler ofFry mentions that he has feelings for Leela, but also that she doesn't care for him. Nibbler offers to help Fry with respect to Leela, if Fry will agree to push his self into the cryo-tube.
Fry is won over to Nibbler's request when Nibbler frames the issue as "save yourself or save Leela. While Leela looks at the photo with a hole in it, Fry walks into the room and appears, from Leela's perspective, in the hole where Chaz' face had been.
Leela is happy to see Fry, and actually gives him a kiss on the lips. After their harrowing escape from the space-bees in " The Sting ", Fry realizes that he doesn't want anything to happen to Leela, and comments that they need to be more careful. When the baby queen space-bee attacks, Fry puts his body between the bee and Leela to protect her. While Leela is in a coma she seems to have a lot more affection for Fry than she ever has before, perhaps prompted by Fry's death.
In one of Leela's coma-dreams, Fry is very romantic, and she enjoys it. The alert viewer might notice that something is clearly amiss with Fry being genuinely romantic with Leela. We have seen from the beginning that Fry has no capacity for romance, and usually approaches Leela with brazen lust even while thinking to himself that he is in fact being romantic. When jelly-Fry comes into being, Leela expresses great relief that "Fry" is now alive.
She says nothing about feelings for him, in fact clearly denying any such feelings with, "Feeling responsible for your death was driving me mad. Fry's photo says to Leela, "I love you," but her hallucinations frighten her so much that she is unable to respond. When Leela wakes in the hospital, we realize that everything Fry said in her coma-dream was said by the real Fry at her bedside for two weeks.
This is not the first time Fry has said, "I love you" to Leela, but perhaps going through this experience has matured him somewhat, which would finally give some meaning to the words. Their embrace, lacking a kiss, suggests that even if Leela has begun finally to see the desired maturity in Fry, she's still comfortable being just friends with him. The opening scene of " The Farnsworth Parabox " shows Fry making a surprisingly determined effort to get Leela to go out with him.
Leela clearly isn't going for the idea, as she cowers away from Fry on the other side of the couch and finally rejects his request with, "I have sweaty boot-rash! Leela "One" tells the story to the others. The story makes it clear that Fry is indeed capable of impressing Leela, and not just on one date, but over the long term. After everyone goes back to their home universes, Fry asks Leela once again to go out with him. Leela flips a coin, but, apparently beginning to consider him a possibility, decides against looking at it, and simply accepts his invitation.
Never having indicated musical inclination before except briefly in Parasites Losthe says that he hears great music in his head.
Leela, never having indicated musical appreciation before except briefly in Parasites Losttells the story of Seana loser whom she loved primarily because of his musical talent. The stage is set for an exploration of the relationship between Fry and Leela.
While attending a large performance by Fry, Leela sheds tears, but we don't know which kind of love they might indicate. She and Fry have become close friends over the years, but she has only briefly shown flickers of interest in him. When Fry announces that he will make his opera about her, she plays very coy, pretending to be surprised.
Everything changes when Leela hears Fry's music, when she shows that she is the same woman who dated Sean: In his opera, Fry describes Leela as "the woman that I idolize. After all the other opera patrons abandon the theater, Leela asks Fry to show her the ending, even if necessarily performed by his human hands.
Love and time travel Fry's emotional repertoire grows just enough to include long-standing jealousy in Bender's Big Score. Leela falls in love with and almost marries Lars who is a future version of Frya clear indication that it truly is only Fry's immaturity that makes her dislike him, as maturity is the major difference between Fry and Lars.
Back in the 21st century, the Fry who becomes Lars reconnects with his family and his life, but pines for Leela, until he starts a long relationship with Leelu. At Lars' memorial service, Leela seems to have a new appreciation for Fry, but she doesn't articulate it, and Fry moves on to a different woman in The Beast with a Billion Backs.
However, when Zoidberg barfs for joy, Leela agrees that the way Fry and Colleen behave toward each other is "pretty sickening". It could be that Leela harbors a bit of jealousy. Later, Fry breaks up with Colleen.
To his credit, he doesn't immediately go slobbering after Leela. He pines for a while, even going to counseling which Leela would appreciate for its contribution to Fry's maturity and finally decides to leave this universe. Leela practically encourages him in this endeavor. On meeting YivoFry falls in love with shkler.
Leela is suspicious of Yivo for a long time, but she also eventually falls in love with shklim. After being "rescued" by Bender, Fry sheds a tear on saying goodbye to Yivo. For a brief moment he seems sincere, but immediately turns to Leela, practically leering.
Her response, that he forgot about her so quickly when he met Colleen, shows that she does indeed have some pain and jealousy due to Fry's instability.
Without further comment Fry simply agrees with her, then walks to Amy and propositions her instead. Leela must now be really hurt and angry at Fry, and Fry seems to have taken a step backward in the maturity that Leela always wishes for. The relationship is only hinted at in Bender's Gameas when Turanga Munda encourages Leela to consider Zoidberg as a dating candidate. Fry is strictly in lust mode: They even share a passionate kiss. But this occurs as they're flying into a wormhole with the expectation of never returning.
Subsequent episodes reveal that the whole scene is just a repeat of their regular relationship: The other side Fry and Leela continue more-or-less as they always have: Leela likes Fry and is even physically attracted to him, but is utterly turned off by his immaturity. Fry remains immature, always coming up with silly ideas in a quest to impress her.
Sparks fly a few times during the season; nothing sticks, but the final episode suggests a romantic future for the couple In " Rebirth ", Fry and Leela pick up where they left off at the end of Into the Wild Green Yonderonly more so.
When Fry's remains dissolve to nothing in Farnsworth's stem cell vat, Leela is so grief-stricken that she creates a robot-Fry. This is a surprise, given Leela's historical cool-headedness about their relationship. Perhaps losing him has intensified her newly warming feelings for him. It is no surprise that robot-Fry creates a robot-Leela. Fry appears not to have changed much: Robot-Leela turns out to be slightly more cool-headed than Leela: Leela was so grief-stricken that she created a fake Fry, while robot-Leela wants to cool their relationship while she tries to sort out her confusion over her own identity.
Fry expresses his feelings more vehemently than ever before, saying, "I love Leela, always and forever.
Futurama Who Are You. Fry Or Leela
Fry shows that he has in fact grown a little, when, after the robots run away together, he tells Leela, "I waited a thousand years for you. I can wait a little longer. He says it to Leela, although Leela wasn't the one who expressed emotional uneasiness about her relationship with Fry. It was robot-Leela who expressed those concerns. So Fry has guessed that Leela might feel the same way as robot-Leela.
This is precisely the sort of thing Leela has always been hoping for: Robot Leela kissing Robot Fry in " Rebirth ".
He apparently adjusts to the idea of her absence, and doesn't mention jealousy at all, even as Zapp makes crude innuendo while he and Leela board Farnsworth's stealth ship. Fry gives Leela a care package to take with her. It seems that his maturity level is still improving, something Leela surely appreciates, and she shows it with some tender words and even a kiss, but only on the cheek.
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Still, Fry is Fry: Sadly, when Zapp is considerate of Leela's feelings and behaves like an adult for more than ten seconds, she forgets all about Fry and is suddenly ready to bear Zapp's children, albeit after she thought everyone was dead.
When she finally puts on the brakes with Zapp, it's not because of Fry at all, but because she starts to suspect Zapp of scamming her. Fry makes not a single comment when he discovers Leela and Zapp naked. He is happy to watch Leela beat Zapp, and shows a great amount of despair when he sees them having sex. The next episode she calls him a "good friend" so we can assume that he was greatly turned off by this.
They go only downhill in " Attack of the Killer App ". Fry's "selfish rudeness" in posting an embarrassing video of Leela isn't necessarily surprising. Given his immaturity, it is easy enough to believe that he can love her and yet betray her so horribly.
Leela had already mostly forgotten her feelings for Fry in the previous episode, but when Fry makes her believe that he has deleted the video, she refers to him as "a good friend. She laughs a lot while watching the video of his disgusting and painful dive, and he takes advantage of the moment to ask for another hug. Leela doesn't want to hug him again because he smells disgusting, but is persuaded easily enough by a light prompt from Susan.
The relationship is only hinted at in " Proposition Infinity ", as Fry and Leela sit or stand next to each other in some scenes. An abrupt and unexplained change occurs in " The Duh-Vinci Code ". While exploring the catacombs in Rome, Fry finds a pretext for proposing sex with Leela. No surprise there, but shockingly, Leela glibly agrees. The deed never actually occurs, as the Professor interrupts them, but this is unprecedented: Does she love him now, or has she simply decided to lower her standards far enough for him to be acceptable?
Perhaps she feels obligated due to guilt for not visiting Fry during his two weeks in the hospital after his bus accident. We are left in the dark through " Lethal Inspection ", as the two hardly say a word to each other. But the relationship is the central theme of " The Late Philip J. At the beginning of the episode, Fry has a lunch date with Leela to celebrate her birthday, meaning that a serious relationship is once again a possibility.
Another hint at a serious relationship is Leela's reaction to Fry's tardiness. She chews him out, suggesting that she is becoming emotionally invested in him. Further, when Bender invites Fry to Hedonismbot's party, Leela angrily tells him to go to the party rather than taking her to dinner.
She is clearly inviting him to reaffirm his commitment not only to their dinner, but to her in general. He does the right thing by her, re-committing to the dinner date. After the accident with the time machine and the accident at Hedonismbot's party, Leela believes that Fry is dead. While Fry is lost in the future, we get two brief glimpses of the life Leela lived after he disappeared. The first glimpse, 20 years later, shows no sign of Leela being attached, but she flirts with Cubert when he momentarily reminds her of Fry.
The second glimpse, a further 20 years later, reveals that she and Cubert married at some point after the flirtation but are now divorced. When Fry's birthday card appears out of thin air, she realizes not only that it was not his fault that he missed their date, but also that he did not die in a horrible accident. She realizes now that her time with Fry had been the happiest time of her life. She uses a laser gun to leave a message that will eventually be read by Fry. Although it may not be obvious, there is a tragedy here, despite the closure we might feel when Fry reads the message.
Just before Fry disappeared, he and Leela were on the verge of being in love. As far as Leela knew, Fry died in the accident at Hedonismbot's party. So she spent decades not only grieving a terrible loss, but also believing that Fry had done something really immature, inevitably lowering her respect for him. When she learns the truth, her sadness is magnified by the knowledge that she has spent those decades with an unfairly negative opinion of Fry.
She spends the rest of her life with that sadness, without Fry, and then she dies. Fry lives on, but he never sees "his" Leela again. Fry experiences this tragedy from the other end: But Fry is not a guy to suddenly make a big jump in maturity. When the universe restarts and Fry realizes that he can drop out of time back into "Leela's" life, he is still the same old Fry we always knew: This is, of course, the man who said, "I love Leela.
The fact that we don't see them kiss suggests that the date is still officially a "just friends" date. It seems that Leela tends not to have feelings for Fry when he is around. In the previous episode, the Leela who lost him looked back and said that her time with him was the best time in her life.
But the Leela who has to put up with him day in and day out is usually not very interested. In " That Darn Katz! Fry in Zoidberg's body and Leela in the Professor's body on their date. At first she obsesses about her appearance, especially her eye. When Fry reassures her that she is "the most beautiful woman in the world", she changes direction, scolding him for shallowly being interested only in her looks. She gets really carried away with this idea, and eventually swaps her mind into Farnsworth's body to allow Fry to "prove" his love to her.
For Fry, always wanting to prove his love to Leela in some grand and often ridiculous way, this is a golden opportunity.
All he has to do to prove his love and defend his honor is pretend that he is turned on by Farnsworth's body while Leela occupies it. But he is a bit grumpy about her challenge, and wants revenge: They both finally find that they are indeed attracted to each other, even in hideous bodies, which leads to them having sex. Although this is the first time ever that Fry and Leela have had sex the sex in "Anthology of Interest I" was fictional, a story told by the What-If Machinetheir own bodies still have not been involved.
So in a sense Fry and Leela have still not had sex. It is notable that Fry, complaining to Hermes about his predicament, admits that while he obviously is not attracted to Farnsworth's body even if Leela's mind is in it, he is "willing to lie about it. Although Leela doesn't hear him say this, she knows that Fry can't possibly be attracted to Farnsworth's body; when she sees his attempt to be attracted to it, she is seeing an increase in Fry's maturity, which is what she has wanted from him all along.
Fry follows his usual formula for Leela in " Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences ": Although in the previous episode they were hot and heavy, by the end of this episode the best Leela can muster is an extended kiss on Fry's cheek. Nothing much changes in " The Mutants Are Revolting ". Although Fry and Leela attend Mrs. Aster's gala together, it's business as usual for them. When Fry arrives in the sewer, the main thing on his mind is to impress Leela by sharing the suffering of the mutants.
Although Leela is angered by his shallow notions of their suffering, she is ready to forgive fairly soon. Still attempting to impress her, Fry goes for the grand gesture again, by jumping into Lake Mutagenic.
Leela is impressed, even to the point of wanting to kiss Fry, but not enough to overcome her aversion to Fry's grotesque body--she refuses to touch him. Later, celebrating the success of their social movement, Leela warms up enough to kiss the still-"mutated" Fry on the lips.
Many episodes go by with no mention at all of the relationship. Naturally, she rebuffs him. When Fry leaves Planet Express to become a cop, neither one expresses any particular sadness.
Leela seems surprised to realize that a long delivery would be less enjoyable without Fry. In " Benderama ", the two are seen together a few times, but nothing happens between them. Another silent episode goes by, but " Ghost in the Machines " shines some light.
Leela is in her usual mode concerning Fry. After Fry saves the life of another parade-goer, we see Leela among the crowd of people cheering him. So Leela seems still to consider Fry a friend. But she clearly has no romantic interest him. When Fry publicly announces that he has had sex with the Mayor's wifeLeela has nothing to say. She visits Fry in the hospital, but she doesn't go with him to the Amish home world.
While Leela hasn't changed, it seems that Fry has: It's business as usual in " Fry Am the Egg Man ". Leela's not interested, as we see when she shows interest in Angus McZongo and calls Fry her "strictly platonic friend. When Fry announces in " All the Presidents' Heads " that he has a night job, Leela is completely taken by surprise. At a party at the Head Museum, she dances with Martin van Buren's head. Although she remains his close friend, as we see her tenderly congratulating him on having saved the earth in " Cold Warriors ", her romantic inclinations toward Fry are nearing an apogee.
Leela demonstrates that she does at least sometimes think about their relationship. She talks to Fry openly about it in " Overclockwise ", describing it as "on-again, off-again". She muses about the future they might have together and has the same concern she always has: He reminds her of it with his starry-eyed suggestion that he would always be happy if she were to love him.
We see Leela reading a magazine article that illuminates the current state of their relationship: Fry tries to argue, "But I thought we Perhaps if he really knew what he wanted out of life, he would have said something like, "But I thought we would grow old together. Bender has anticipated Leela's request for a description of their future; as Fry and Leela read it together, their faces indicate that Bender has predicted a happily-ever-after story.
Liftoff Several more episodes go by without touching on the relationship.