Dating now ep1
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This was not the best drama, and it moved very slowly.
Unfortunately, although she has feelings for him, she is very turned off by his childishness, a theme that continues throughout their relationship. He can be in love with her at one moment, and the next moment proposition other women.
Fry and Leela develop a very close friendship over the years.
Early on, they find that they have loneliness in common, and they save each other from peril many times.
There are occasional romantic sparks, but for most of the series, it is only their friendship that is developed.
Not until the tenth broadcast season does their romantic relationship actually begin a discernible trajectory, and of course this trajectory leads to them living happily ever after, and then, at the end of their happy lives together, even deciding to go again with the aid of a time-travel device. She refers to him as "Just a guy from the Stupid Ages." Fry's first response to Leela is lust.
Love Broker Lori Zaslow's newest client is 40-year-old David Fischer aka "Fish" who appears solidly stuck in his early 20s but claims to be open and ready to finding "the one." The passionate matchmaker cuts to the chase telling David he's got to learn to start dating as David, the man, not Fish, the boy, if he really wants to find love.
It's not an easy lesson to learn for the hat-wearing, high-fivin' Fish, but as he ventures on his first blind date handpicked by Lori, he's determined to take Lori's advice to heart and give love a try –- her way.
When Fry and Leela have a quiet moment together, they talk about the loneliness that they share in common, and they see each other as love interests for the first time, almost kissing, although the kiss never happens due to the ship beginning to sink at that very moment.
A similar situation, as touching but less romantic, occurs in "Xmas Story", as Fry and Leela, expecting death soon at Santa's hands, huddle together under a branch of mistletoe. Although it's not as romantic as their interaction on the Titanic, the moment shows their deepening friendship.
When he begins pursuing a relationship with Leela, it was after two years of ignoring her in favor of other women.
In "I Dated a Robot", she helps him to find a robot celebrity personality to "to be romantically linked with." Leela shows that in spite of her usual silence, she does have feelings for Fry at some level.
In "War Is the H-Word", Fry mentions in front of a disguised Leela that he "has a thing" for a girl back home.