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Why didn't the DNA scanner find Fry to be the Professor's great^n grandfather?

If Fry is technically his own Grandfather, what does that make the Professor now? He would no longer be his nephew, correct?

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  • What does that make the Professor? Well, angry and disgusted, I would imagine... – djm May 21 '13 at 17:01

The professor would be his nephew.


He would be his great-grandfather and also be his great-nephew.


He would still be his (however many) great nephew, but would also be (however many) greats + 2 greats, nephew, because he now has 2 relations to the Professor.

  • He would still be his Great Nephew, but would he not also be his Great Grandchild? – Scott Milliken Jun 28 '12 at 18:26

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