Zoidberg named three parents when he tried to remind Harold Zoid which nephew he was.
Fry discovers what Freedom Day is. It is now 3003, so this would be his 4th Freedom Day (after 3000, 3001 and 3002) - yet Fry still doesn't know what Freedom Day is?
The flower bouquet offered by Horrible Gelatinous Blob appears identical to the bouquet Kif brought to his date with Amy on the episode "Amazon Women in The Mood" from the third season. (Though the two were produced together.)
Bender gives "birth" to a 5 gallon 6 ounce Ale
When the beer that Bender is brewing is finally ready, Bender calls it "Benderbraü and the label shows Bender with a comic balloon that reads: "Get Drunk!"
This episode's Taco Bellevue Hospital sign reads:
Urine samples in collectible NASCAR cups.
The 7-11 sign reads:
The cashier does not have the keys to a successfull marriage.
Opening theme promotion: DISCLAIMER: ANY RESEMBLANCE TO ACTUAL ROBOTS WOULD BE REALLY COOL.
In the 7-11, we see that Samuel Adams beer still exists, but its been changed to Sam Adam's Head.
Bender is seen looking through a magazine called Victoria's Circut.
LOOK HARD: One of the joke ads you can see on the comicbook: Army Of 5 Million Robots! $2.00
Either Dwight or Cubert has a lunch box with Zapp Brannigan on it.
In I, Roomate Bender isn't allowed to stay at Fry's apartment because he has an antenna. He has to chop it off. In this episode Fry just pops it off to put in yeast for the beer.
When they're delivering the papers, who's flying the ship?
When Bender is giving birth to the beer, the table is clear. A few moments later, it has a bunch of phones on it.
When the Daily Supernova is first delivered to Dwight and Cubert, there is a stack of papers next to Planet Express (on the left side of the screen). They are gone in the next scene.
It seemed like it took quite some effort to transform the ship into the Awesome Express. When the ship was changed back to the Planet Express, it only took a moment and they were delivering the newspapers.
RESPONSE: It was probably much easier for them to strip the new paint off than to paint it on as they had to do the lettering, decals, and such.
The ancient song Fry dances to is "The Hustle" by Van McCoy.
If Seymour was fossilized when he was 15, he was frozen in the year 2012. 2012 is the year the Mayan calendar ends.
As of mid-2006, it is the most fan-reviewed episode on the 'Can't Get Enough Futurama' website, and is considered to be one of the best Futurama episodes by fans. It is also regarded as one of the most poignant episodes in the series.
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