Leela takes off her spacesuit even though her legs are "pinned" under the tree. If she had actually been pinned, she would not have been able to take it off. Since she is not actually pinned, she should have realized that the tree is movable.
Nixon's map of the Solar System shows that Uranus is now called Urectum. It also shows 9 planets instead of 8 (since 2006, Pluto is no longer considered a planet).
(Fry and the others look in disgust after Zapp and Leela have sex offscreen)
Fry: For God's sake censor it! Censor it!
V-GINY: Approved for all audiences!
(The camera zooms away from Earth whilst the V-GINY sphere disappears too)
Narrator: And now, the Transcredible Exploits Of Zapp Brannigan, brought to you by Bartley's Rocket Wax
Zapp: I wax my rocket everyday!
(The stealth ship with Zapp and Leela flies off)
Fry: Does anybody else feel aroused, and jealous, and worried?
Bender: I haven't felt much of anything since my guinea pig died...
Zoindberg: Sure, who's brave enough to fly into something we all keep calling a death sphere?
Nixon: I say Brannigan!
Zapp: I say no!
Leela: I say me!
Nixon: I say Leela!
Leela: I say yes again!
Fry: I say no!
Zapp: I say I should join her!
Leela: But its only a one man craft... I say...
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: February 17, 2011 on Prima COOL
United Kingdom: July 22, 2011 on Sky1/Sky 1 HD
Hermes: It's not in Janeway's Guide either.
Hermes makes this remark while trying to identify the V-Giny ship. This is a double allusion.
1) Janeway's Guide is a reference to Jane's Fighting Ships, which the comprehensive and annual reference guide to all the world's warships, including all manner of technical information.
2) Janeway's Guide is a nod to Star Trek: Voyager's Captain Kathryn Janeway, who commanded a joint group of Starfleet officers and Maquis separatists on a seven-year journey through the Delta Quadrant.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
V-GINY is inspired by the villain of the first Star Trek film, V-GER, which was a deep space probe that ended up becoming sentient.
The Simpsons, Futurama
Bender: Like The Pimpsons and Assarama?
Bender asks if the V-GINY censored these inappropriate versions of both of Matt Groening's shows.
Richard Nixon's Head: Sock it to me!
This is a reference to Nixon's appearance on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, although he actually said, "Sock it to me?"
The title is a parody of the song "In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida" by Iron Butterfly, which itself is a mispronunciation of the phrase "in the Garden of Eden".
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