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The "State the Obvious" cartridge that Cartridge Bot plays actually contains Bender's name in it: "But Bender..."
At the beginning, when we see mom from the front, the television screen behind her also shows a front angle. But the shot changes and we are watching mom from the right of the stage, we are now seeing mom from a 45° angle as well.
After the snail reaches the pebble, there is a close-up shot. When the camera returns to it's original distance a few seconds later, the snail is gone.
One of the robots on the island didn't have enough memory, but on How Hermes Requesitioned His Groove Back, Bender's memory was that small that it could be downloaded onto a single floppy disk.
Where did the group get all the materials to build the submarine?
Response: Isn't possible they got the materials from the trees and the thrown out materials.
In "Crimes of the Hot" Bender's couldn't get off his back until he learned from the turtle to roll over. In this episode, Bender makes a shelter by putting a rock on himself while on his back, but has no problems gettting back up again.
Response: Exactly! He already learned how to do it and so can do it from then on.
Apparenly on Mom's introduction to the 1-X robots when Mom was being lifted by robots to stage, she closed her mouth for a moment. But when she closed her mouth, the giant screen behind her didn't have Mom's mouth closed.
The ship runs on gasoline in this episode - doesn't it normally run on Dark Matter (Nibbler's poop)?
The "Introduction" tape the cassette robot has, disappears after side b, in about 0.1 seconds, in the next frame
It is 3003 in this episode, yet last episode it was 3004.
The water-powered robot seems to be able to go only about thirty seconds before refilling her wheel, but after her introduction she never refills herself again. Plus, what happened to the water that went through the water-wheel robot?
The banner the crew holds up in support of Hermes reads, "You the Mon!"
The song that plays during Coilette's date with Calculon is Tom Jones' She's a Lady.
We learn that, prior to being married to Hermes, LaBarbara was married to Barbados Slim.
Opening theme promotion: TOO HOT FOR RADIO
Amongst the countries represented at the 3004 Olympics are Cyberia (with robots in parkas), Nation of Joe (a guy with a flag), Devil's Island (famous for the movie Papillon), and The Republic of French Stereotypes (a bunch of people in striped shirts and berets).
Also seen at Calculon's wedding is Hedonism-bot, the Gold robot constantly eating grapes.
LOOK HARD: The flags waved by the spectators at the Olympics are British, Canadian, Brazilian, Chilean, Belgian, Australian, South Korean and Djibouti. There are also teams in the field from Canada and Belgium.
The bottle of male oil that Professor Farnsworth uses to turn Bender back into a manbot is labeled "Testostiroil".
The torch carrier lights a pilot light in the brazier, and then turns on the gas. However, you hear the sounds of a striker attempting to light before the flame appears. If a pilot light is already lit, why would the brazier also need a striker?
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