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Jurassic Bark 

Fry discovers the intact fossilized remains of his pet dog from his old life. The Professor reveals he can clone the animal.


Matt Groening (created by), Matt Groening (developed by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview:
Billy West ... Philip J. Fry / Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. Zoidberg / Robo-Puppy (voice)
Katey Sagal ... Turanga Leela (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Bender / Mr. Panucci / Yancy Fry Sr. (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Tour Guide / Speak-N-Say / Mrs. Fry (voice)
Maurice LaMarche ... Archaeologist / Cryogenisist (voice)
David Herman ... Man at Delivery Address / Dr. Ben Beeler / Cryogenics Caretaker (voice)
Lauren Tom ... Amy Wong (voice)
Frank Welker ... Seymour / Cow (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Yancy Fry Jr. (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Cubert Farnsworth / Rude Boy (voice)


Fry's old work place, Panucci's Pizza, has been unearthed and preserved as a museum exhibit. Fry finds the fossilized remains of his dog Seymour and demands to take them home. Professor Farnsworth thinks he can produce a clone of Seymour and inject all of his old memories. But Bender, who has been practicing a magic act with Fry as his lovely assistant, becomes annoyed at Fry for only focusing on his dead dog. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Release Date:

17 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Seymour is sniffing for Fry, there is a golf course with a large sign, with a reference to a Simpsons episode where Homer and Marge fornicate under the big windmill. The Simpsons was also created by Matt Groening. See more »


At the end while Seymour is waiting he lays down presumably to pass away due to old age but all the way through the cloning process the remains are stood up. See more »


Tour Guide: I am a volunteer housewife with over 45 minutes of training and a romance novel about archaeology.
Fry: Don't wave your fancy degrees at me.
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References Futurama: The Why of Fry (2003) See more »


I Will Wait For You
Written by Michel Legrand and Norman Gimbel
Performed by Connie Francis
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The Saddest Thing In the World
4 December 2006 | by syllavusSee all my reviews

I gave this episode a 5, because it is both excellent, AND awful. The last minute of this episode, is without a doubt, the saddest thing ever written, or put to film, in the entire world. This makes it both brilliantly good, and terribly upsetting at the same time. Hours after seeing this episode, I found myself sobbing over it. It doesn't just tug at your heart-strings, it wrenches them out, like a dentist pulling out an abscessed tooth. Even now, just thinking about this episode is enough to make me tear up almost instantly. I can't imagine what state of mind the writer was in, to write such an agonizingly sad piece. Do not watch this episode if you are at all soft-hearted, or especially if you are a dog lover.

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