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What if Frink built a time machine?

Like the idea, but think it'd be better suited to an event. Historical characters (both from real life and from the show's history - Flying Hellfish, Jebediah, etc) and characters from the future (as you mentioned, Lisa's British fianc?, but perhaps also a certain beer loving robot...) running amok, leaving paradoxical and time stream destroying items that have to tap back to their proper time.

And perhaps the update could come on August 23...

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  • Indigofabian
    155 posts
    edited July 2014
    I think it would be cooler if Frink just generally created a time machine so we could get characters from the show's past, like Bleeding Gums Murphy <3
  • nedimaz
    207 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    That would be totally crazy bananas!

    :wink:
  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts
    edited July 2014
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  • SlitherWhisp
    174 posts
    edited July 2014
    I think it would be cooler if Frink just generally created a time machine so we could get characters from the show's past, like Bleeding Gums Murphy <3

    Yeah, this might be better, so long as we could access future characters seen in stories on the show. Maybe we could even use it to bring Maude back to life?

    Some characters could be free, others Premium.
  • stingray1122
    8717 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    As a Premium task, what if Frink built a time machine that let you not only revisit old storylines/quests, but also let you travel to future or past stories from the actual show?

    You could revisit and complete the Stonecutters story or travel to Lisa's possible future where she nearly gets married to the British man?

    :thumbup:
  • FarmerCyn
    235 posts
    edited July 2014
    Possible Princess Penelope spoiler:

    A Frink time travel machine is my favorite theory for Krusty's son. Frink finds the broken hearted Penelope and send her to a time when she and a younger more innocent Krusty might have a chance, but it doesn't work. Their son, left in the past to be raised by financially conservative sensible people on some island I can't remember the name of, steps forward to save Krustyland. Yes, bring on the time machine!
  • urlaub694
    3608 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    Like the idea, but as someone said, it would probably be an event with characters from the future and from the past! :)

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  • ZennGlenn
    1759 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    Way cool 8)

    Yeah to this & a Sharknado in Springfield :twisted:
  • urlaub694
    3608 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    ZennGlenn wrote:
    Way cool 8)

    Yeah to this & a Sharknado in Springfield :twisted:

    Again, in the nicest way possible, Sharknado sucked.
  • Ningyo42
    1465 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    As a Premium task, what if Frink built a time machine that let you not only revisit old storylines/quests, but also let you travel to future or past stories from the actual show?

    You could revisit and complete the Stonecutters story or travel to Lisa's possible future where she nearly gets married to the British man?
    I think it would prove to be too complicated to have future travel, but traveling to past quests could be interesting. Especially if they saved snapshots of your Springfield and let you go back to the way it was for a little while. :)

    Lisa's Wedding is one of my favorite episodes. :) So many great jokes in that one!
  • ZennGlenn
    1759 posts Member
    edited July 2014
    urlaub694 wrote:
    ZennGlenn wrote:
    Way cool 8)

    Yeah to this & a Sharknado in Springfield :twisted:

    Again, in the nicest way possible, Sharknado sucked.

    :twisted: Indubidably :!:

    Was just tossing out some truly twisted humor...

    Actually, would dig seeing Frink team up w/ Stewie Griffin & Prof. Farnsworth for the ultimate galactic universal creative shenanigans! :mrgreen:
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