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The two blernsball teams playing at Madison Cube Garden are the New New York Yankees and the Mars Greenskins.
When Fry, Bender and Leela are partying on the ship during the end of the episode, the metal barrel is carved to look like a jack-o-lantern.
Only the second blernsman, the equivalent of 2nd base, gets knocked over by the explosion as the guy on the hoverbike drives by.
In the Blernsball game, the batter was out when the fielder touched second base whilst holding the ball.
Several of the show's staff members' names can be seen on the score card Leela is holding, though only their last names are shown. The staff members being Eric Horsted, Patric Verrone, Ken Keeler, J. Stewart Burns, David X. Cohen, Eric Kaplan, and Lewis Morton.
Apparently, Zoidberg's urinary process requires a zipper in his chest area. We see this after the opening credits during the "give me something crawling with parasites" scene.
When Hermes first brings in the package of lugnuts, the address is on two lines, the 'To:' and 'Chapek 9,' but when the shot changes the address is all on one single line, 'To: Chapek 9.'
Bender was pitching his album during his big speech, which supposedly came with a free Bender doll with purchase. However, when the robots handed Bender money, Bender handed them the doll but no album.
In the courtroom scene, Fry is seen extending his arms past the handlebars of his cage. A vertical bar from the cage is in between his arms, yet the tether holding his arm shackles together remains intact.
A robot suggests "Ctrl Alt Del" to reboot the Robot Judge, which is a Mac computer. 'Ctrl Alt Del' is a Windows-based prompt, and therefore does not work on a Macintosh.
If they have the technology to keep human heads alive in jars, from unappreciatiated celebrities to presidents who have been dead for over 1000 years, why is Ted Danson a skeleton?
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Opening theme cartoon: Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions (1932) (Fleischer Studios)
Bender spits out the anchovy pizza even though, according to Matt Groening, he doesn't have any taste buds. He was probably just going by what everyone else was doing.
The opened tin of anchovies next to the pizza rotates 180 degrees.
The carton of milk next to Professor Farnsworth changes from grey to pink.
Fry doesn't actually kiss his can of anchovies; his lips just sort of hang in the air and never touch the can when he's going 'mwah.'
According to 'Space Pilot 3000,' aswell as future episode, New New York is built over the ruins of 20th century New York. If so, then how come that old apartment building that Fry lived in during this episode is up on the modern street level?
During the opening sequence, the closet, or Fry's room, in his and Bender's apartment contains little more than a bed and a night stand. However, later on it is seen to be fully furnished.
Fry says he's poor, yet he has three major credit cards in his wallet that he at least thinks he can use.
Bender only puts four robot oil cans into his sweater, but there are six bulges when he walks away. The sweater was clearly empty when he started the heist.
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