Futurama

Crimes of the Hot

Season 5, Ep 1, Aired 11/10/02
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  • Episode Description
  • As Earth is unable to counter its rising temperature through the usual method (the dropping of a giant ice cube into the ocean), Gore leads an emergency conference in Kyoto, Japan, where Professor Farnsworth claims responsibility for the crisis. It seems love detoured him from observing proper emission standards on his prototype robot, and that could necessitate the destruction of all its "descendants." That includes Bender, who resigns himself to having a farewell blowout before being blown up.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Herman

    Mayor Poopenmayer, Professor Ogden Wernstrum, Scruffy, Toronga Morris, Larry, Dwayne, Various

  • Katey Sagal

    Turanga Leela, Various

  • Billy West

    Philip J. Fry, Professor Hubert Farnsworth, Dr. John Zoidberg, Zapp Brannigan, Leo Wong, Various

  • Lauren Tom

    Amy Wong, Inez Wong, Various

  • Tress MacNeille

    Mom, Linda the Newscaster, Various

  • Fan Reviews (9)
  • A fine (unintentional) season opener

    By scaryness, Dec 14, 2008

  • funny episode

    By Blind_Legend, Jul 02, 2008

  • Amazing parody of Global Warming!!!!!

    By Iverson82094, Feb 19, 2008

  • Robots are found to be the blame for global warming.

    By mataletea, Feb 02, 2007

  • Al Gore at his best

    By rkmcd, Dec 07, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (29)

    • Bender:(To his turtle) Poor guy. Maybe you'll feel better if I had a drink. (He starts pushing down on a keg pump, but nothing comes out) Bender: Crummy keg! It's completely ta....(he looks to see the keg is a robot) Oh, you're a robot. Keg Robot: Don't stop. Bender:(pulls his hand off the pump) Ew!

    • Al Gore: Well, I must leave now. I have to help collect rocks in Jupiter. PEACE OUT, Y'ALL! (Gore's head blasts out of the conference hall with rockets attached to his jar head)

    • Nixon: You fellas enjoy yourselves for the next 2 hours. And be sure not to leave the island, uh for at least 2 hours! I'm going out to pick up some smokes. Uh really good smokes! 2 hours.

    • Fry: Wait! We could hide you! We'll pile fruit on you and claim you're a bowl.

    • Farnsworth: Oh this is all my fault! Fry: That's awful Professor. Especially the making out part. Al Gore: Yeah, I didn't need to hear that.

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    Notes (6)

    • Fry is wearing warm clothing, but it's never explained why. Scenes were deleted to show he stuck ALL his clothes in the freezer. They can be found on the Season 4 DVD.

    • Alien Code: The picture of the termometer has F 7 3 written on the right side.

    • When the crew goes to Japan, they pass by a sign that looks a lot like the Hello Kitty signs. It also has a phrase written in Japanese. When translated it says "I Love You More Than Your Mother Does!"

    • Alien code: When the professor shows the movie on Global Warming, Alien Code #1 is seen in another countdown. When translated in order it reads: "6, 5, CC4FF, 3, 2."

    • All the episodes from this Season are actually for the 4th Season based on production order.

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    Trivia (22)

    • Flexo, the Robot Elders, and Robot Santa don't appear amongst all the robots at Galapagos Island. Response: the Robot Elders and Robot Santa are not residents of Earth (the Robot Elders live on the robot planet and Santa lives on Neptune), so they don't add to the air pollution and their destruction is not necessary. Of course, this doesn't explain the absence of Flexo, and the fact that Crushinator is among the other robots on the island, though she lives on the Moon.

    • Mr. Sunbeam from None like it Hot strongly resembles the Human Torch from the Marvel comics' Fantastic Four.

    • Among the familiar assembled robots on Galapagos Island are a Barrier-Bot from the NearDeath Star, Billionaire-Bot, Bender, Boxy, Calculon, Calculon's Evil Twin, Chain Smoker, Clamps (of the Robot Mafia), Clear Cutter, Crushinator, Daisy May 128K, Destructor, Donbot (of the Robot Mafia), Fat-Bot, Fender, Gearshift, Hedonism-Bot, some Hookerbots, Joey Mousepad (of the Robot Mafia), Keg Robot, a Killbot, Malfunctioning Eddie, Masked Unit, Masked Unit's Girlfriend, Monique, a NearDeath Star robot, Officer URL, Oily, a Postman-Bot from "A Biclops Built for Two," the Pizzeria chef robot from "A Fishful of Dollars," Reverend Lionel Preacherbot, Roberto, the Robo-Rooter from the ad in "Crustaceans in Love," Robot Devil, a robot dog owned by Robot Santa, The Slurm Vending Machine bot from "Mother's Day," the teenage popcorn-selling robot from "Raging Bender," Tinny Tim, iZac, the jacking-on robots from "Hell is Other Robots," several minions of the Robot Devil, and a robot that resembles the R.O.B accessory from Nintendo Entertainment system

    • Sign outside Kyoto: "Welcome to Kyoto, the anagram lover's Tokyo"

    • We learn in the episode A Taste of Freedom that Earth once fought a war for Halley's Comet - after this episode we know it was probably to protect the ice supply.

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    Allusions (13)

    • Monty Python and the Holy Grail The wizard at the Global Warming Convention resembles Tim, the wizard from Monty Python's legendary movie.

    • The boat taking Bender and the other robots to Nixon's party is called the Galapagos Princess, which is a reference to the Pacific Princess used on The Love Boat.

    • Star Wars: Episode IV When the mirror is being readied to fire the laser the tracking system looks like the Death Star's tracking system.

    • Title: Crimes of the Hot The episode title is a rewording of the movie title Crimes of the Heart.

    • Al Gore announces "I have ridden the mighty Moon Worm". This is a reference to Paul Muad'Dib from the classic sci-fi novel Dune.

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