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Cigar names: Bender's Favorite, Benderillos, Bender Smokes.
Bender has a plug near his crotch plate when he was plugging in the TV. In the previous episode, he couldn't find a plug.
LOOK HARD: Studio Sign: TAPING IN PROGRESS: ALL WELCOME (WRITERS KEEP OUT).
In the audition room there is a poster of Zoidberg's uncle Harold Zoid on display.
When Hermes takes the 'Jamaciaan hand-rolled cigarette' away from the boys, it is still lit. Hermes stuffs it in his jacket pocket. You can briefly see smoke coming out of his suit, before it switches to the next scene.
eMotitron Junior has a mother who looks after him. This doesn't make sense, as robots aren't born. His mother is surely a big arm, not a humanoid robot.
I'm aware it's a mick-take, but wouldn't Macaulay Caul-con's hands being fixed to his face be really, really impractical for a robot?
When Antonio broke on set, why didn't they just make an identical robot instead of casting a different one?
Why does Calculon say "Great Shatner's ghost!" when Bill Shatner is still alive... At least we've seen him in Where no fan has gone before". Wouldn't that deprive him of the rightful ownership of such thing as a ghost.
Response: But we do know that everyone thinks the actors are looooong gone, so he probably believes Billy-Boy is dead.
Fry lives in Bender's closet, and he's seen sitting on the couch with the window behind him. Cubert, Dwight, and Tinny Tim then walk by carrying Bender's stuff heading in the direction of the window. Where are they going?
When Dwight smokes the cigar, his barf is a blue-green. When the fat kid (at the party) puffs at the cigar, his barf is brown.
Response: They must have eaten different things before they expelled their stomach contents.
Bender's lack of knowledge of Spanish in this episode is a goof considering Bender was built in Mexico, and has spoken Spanish (sometimes even with the correct accent!) in previous episodes.
Calculon doesn't recognize who Bender is - apparently, he has forgotten entirely about making "The Magnificent Three" with Bender, Zoidberg and Harold Zoid in 3ACV08, That's Lobstertainment!.
The scene where Bender sees the cymbal banging monkey after waking up is the same one from the season 12 Simpson's episode "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes" where Homer, after waking up from the drugs sees the monkey. Ironic enough, this is the 2nd reference joke in the episode. The other being "Sinclair/Chalkboard What?!" joke.
In the opening scene, there's a bit where robots are passing under a "Soul Detector" a (device similar to a metal detector) with no reaction. When Fry (a human) walks under it, it goes off and he is forced to pay. A funny joke, but if robots don't have souls, then they shouldn't have any need for their own religion (Hell Is Other Robots).
Opening theme promotion: YOU CAN'T PROVE IT WON'T HAPPEN.
When he goes out to sea, Bender makes a canoe out of a sign that reads "Boating Prohibited."
LOOK HARD: While Bender is playing with the scratch post, in the foreground we can see R2-D2, the little astromech droid from Star Wars.
When 1-X welds the fake satellite dish to the roof, it only welds two of the four sides of the rectangular base. In fact the two sides that it welds could cause the dish to be torn right off by a strong wind.
The "State the Obvious" cartridge that Cartridge Bot plays actually contains Bender's name in it: "But Bender..."
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