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LQcG
Entry type:
TV series
Genres:
Animation, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Drama
Countries:
USA
Languages:
English
Length:
30 min

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  • "Doomsville":
  • "Aloa Mars!":
  • "Futurama":

Episodes

  • Futurama: Episode 1 - Space Pilot 3000

    Fry, a 20th-century New-York pizza delivery boy receives a prank call and is frozen in a capsule and wakes up in year 2999. He meets an alien named Leela that wants to assign his permanent career... delivery boy. Fry refuses, so he escapes. He then meets Bender, a robot who likes to drink and has suicidal tendencies. Together, they start running away from Leela, arriving to the ruins of old New York. Leela finds them, but instead of inserting the permanent chip on Fry, she removes her own. All three go to Prof. Hubert Farnsworth's house, Fry only living relative, becoming his new space crew.
  • Futurama: Episode 2 - The Series Has Landed

    After joining Planet Express, Fry, Bender, Farnsworth's assistant Amy and Captain Leela must deliver their first package... to the moon. Fry imagines himself walking on the moon, but he finds out that there is an amusement park on the moon - Luna Park. While lowering the package, Amy drops the ship keys inside it. Fry is the only one who wants to walk on the real moon, so he goes with Leela to a educational trip, yet he interferes the road and they are now marooned on the moon with almost no oxygen. Amy and Bender discover the key that fell inside a crane game machine. Bender is thrown out of the park after putting his hand inside the machine. Fry and Leela arrive at a farm in the middle of the moon where they have to work for oxygen. After Bender sleeps with one of the robo-daughters of the farmer, he starts chasing Fry, Leela and Bender, but right in time, Amy appears to save them.
  • Futurama: Episode 3 - I, Roommate

    Everyone is sick of Fry living at Planet Express, so he is forced to move out to become Bender's roommate. The only catch is that Bender's apartment is too small for the two. After some searching they find a great apartment. A problem arises when Bender's antenna interferes with the TV reception. Bender decides to cut off his antenna so that he can live with Fry again. However he doesn't feel right without it, so he decides to leave and go back to his old apartment where he feels lonely. Leela convinces to convince Fry going back to the "small" apartment.
  • Futurama: Episode 4 - Love's Labors Lost In Space

    On a mission intended to save endangered animals on a collapsing planet, Leela and the crew run into legendary starship captain Zapp Brannigan. A self-proclaimed ladies man, Zapp sees Leela as a potential new conquest. When the captain refuses to aid the animal rescue, Leela and her crew try to leave Zapp's starship. But Zapp throws Fry and Bender in jail, and summons Leela to his "Lovenasium." They ultimately escape and arrive on the doomed planet, where Leela finally finds love - with a cute, and very useful, creature named Nibbler.
  • Futurama: Episode 5 - Fear Of A Bot Planet

    At Madison Cube Garden watching a blernsball game, Bender complains about the poor treatment of robots. They're only there to clean up, polish the balls or water the fields. They never get any respect. Later, Bender must deliver a package to a planet inhabited by murderous robots that kill humans on sight. He discovers a robotopia - a land where the robot is king! However, when Leela and Fry are captured, Bender must choose between protecting his celebrity status or saving his friends.
  • Futurama: Episode 6 - A Fishful Of Dollars

    A thousand years is a long time to save up money, and Fry's savings account has been racking up interest. When Fry discovers just how much - over 4 billion dollars - Fry goes a little overboard. After completely redecorating the apartment, splurging on expensive spa days and treating his friends to innumerable luxuries, Fry discovers the ultimate expense. Anchovies. This rare delicacy as been extinct for years, and Fry must battle the evil conglomerate known as Mom, plus Pamela Anderson Lee's head in a jar, to get them!
  • Futurama: Episode 7 - My Three Suns

    The crew visits an arid planet in the Galaxy of Terror distinctive for it's three suns and liquid alien inhabitants. Fry, after delivering a package under the scorching heat, quenches his thirst with a bottle of cool blue liquid. Fry soon finds out he drank the planet's royal leader and is named the new emperor. Fry abuses his newfound power, even appointing Bender second in command, until the aliens retaliate and the real battle for power begins.
  • Futurama: Episode 8 - A Big Piece Of Garbage

    A big piece of garbage that was released a thousand years ago is now on the way to Earth to destroy it. After Fry, Leela and Bender fail on placing a bomb on it, the city has to build another big piece of garbage, yet that may be a problem since trash doesn't exist in year 3000.
  • Futurama: Episode 9 - Hell Is Other Robots

    During a Beasty Boys concert, Bender runs into a high school buddy, Fender. Fender invites him to a party, which turns out to be robots getting high off of electricty, or "jacking on". After one try, Bender is hooked. On a trip back from Sicily 8, the crew runs into an electrical disturbence. Bender sabotages the ship and it flies right into the field, allowing Bender to get stoned and Fry and Leela nearly get killed. Realizing what he has become, he decides to join Robotolgy, a robot religion. It soon becomes apparent the crew prefers the old Bender. To get him back to normal, they fake a delevery to Atlantic City and begin tempting Bender. Eventually, Bender gives in, and is kidnapped that night at a hotel. He wakes up with Beelzebot, the robot devil. He's in Robot Hell. The next morning, Fry and Leela use Nibbler to track Bender down to a carnival. They find the entrence to hell in a broken down ride. A trap door opens beneth them, sending them down a slide. Beelzebot gives Bender several ironic punishments in an up-tempo musical number. Fry and Leela eventuall catch up and Beelzebot says if he is bested in a fiddle contest, they win Benders soul. They lose, but manage to escape anyway.
  • Futurama: Episode 1 - A Flight To Remember

    In a whole "Titanic" parody, Fry and the entire gang take a space cruise vacation. Leela tells Captain Zapp Brannigan that Fry is his boyfriend and Amy tells the same thing to her parents. Bender falls in love with a rich female robot. Problems start when the spaceship approaches a black hole.
  • Futurama: Episode 2 - Mars University

    Fry, Leela, Bender and Farnsworth have to go to Mars University where Fry has to share a room with a talking monkey, Farnsworth's last invention. The monkey becomes a real headache when he starts beating Fry in all areas. Meanwhile, Bender is hanging out with nerd robots.
  • Futurama: Episode 3 - When Aliens Attack

    While delivering a pizza to a TV station back in 1999, Fry knocks FOX off the air while showing the season finale of "Single Female Lawyer". This upsets the aliens of Omicron Persei 8, a planet that is 1000 light years away and is just receiving the broadcast in the year 3000. Meanwhile, it's Labor Day and the crew decides to go to Monument beach. Everything seems well, until the Omicronians arrive on Earth and start destroying the monuments. Volunteers are called under the orders of Zapp Brannigan to battle the aliens, but fail in destroying the mothership. Lrr threatens to destroy the Earth unless he sees McNeal. President McNeal is delivered to him, but Lrr says that is the wrong McNeal and takes out of picture of Jenny McNeal. Luckily, Fry recognizes her from the TV show and the crew has to improvise and act out the series finale.
  • Futurama: Episode 4 - Fry & The Slurm Factory

    Fry becomes addicted to Slurm, the ultimate drink in year 3000. When a contest appears on TV saying that the person that finds the golden cap in one of the cans will win a free trip to the Slurm factory, Fry uses an F-Ray gun that can see through metal. When he wins, he and the gang go into the tour, but Fry falls into the Slurm river followed by Leela and Bender. After being sucked by a drain, they arrive to the real factory where Slurm comes from the behind of a giant queen slug. When they try to escape, they are saved by Slurms McKenzie, the party slug and Slurm mascot. Prof. Farnsworth wants to tell the world of their discovery, but Fry convinces him not to so Slurm can still be produced.
  • Futurama: Episode 5 - I Second That Emotion

    It's Nibbler 5th birthday and Bender is jealous. When he decides to build a giant cake so everyone will prefer him, Nibbler eats it before anyone can see it. Angry, he flushes Nibbler down the toilet. Leela says that all she wants is Bender feels how she feels. Fansworth puts an empathy on his head and he feels everything Leela feels. Feeling sad and guilty, he flushes himself, piece by piece, down the toilet to rescue Nibbler, later followed by Fry and Leela. Down the sewers, they find a mutant city.
  • Futurama: Episode 6 - Brannigan Begin Again

    After being thrown out of the service for destroying a space meeting, Zapp Brannigan starts working for Planet Express. When the crew has to deliver pillows in a planet with super-high gravity, Zapp convinces Fry and Bender to ploy against Leela so he becomes the new captain. When Zapp finds himself not knowing what to do, Leela takes control again, and forgives Fry and Bender.
  • Futurama: Episode 7 - A Head In The Polls

    When a mine disaster traps the only supply of Titanium and 200 robots, Bender becomes highly profitable, so he decides to sell his entire body. He later discovers that life as a simple head is boring, so he wants his body back. Elections take place, with John Jackson, Jack Johnson and Richard Nixon's head as candidates, but Nixon is using Bender's body.
  • Futurama: Episode 8 - Xmas Story

    It's Christmas (Xmas actually) and Fry realizes how different it is from what he can remember. Santa Claus is now a robot who punishes the naughty people a he considers everyone to be naughty.
  • Futurama: Episode 9 - Why Must I Be A Crustacean in Love

    Leela and Amy drag Fry to the gym, and Zoidberg feeling extra energized, joins them. Zoidberg soon starts acting weird and getting violent. After being examined by Farnsworth, he tells the crew that it must be mating season on Zoidberg's planet. While taking him home for mating, Zoidberg informs Fry that there is no such thing as love for his species. Once there, Zoidberg is unsuccessful in finding a mate, and is even rejected by a female he used to know, Edna. Fry decides to help Zoidberg by teaching him how to romance a girl. It seems to be working, and Zoidberg starts feeling these weird emotions for Edna. Unfortunately, once Edna finds out it was Fry behind this, she falls in love with him! In a jealous rage, Zoidberg challenges Fry to Claw Plach, a fight to the death! During the fight, Zoidberg cuts Fry's arm off. The fight is stopped when the mating Frenzy has begun. Edna went off to mate with the emperor of the planet. Zoidberg is upset that he missed the frenzy, but at least he's alive because their species dies after mating.
  • Futurama: Episode 10 - Put Your Head On My Shoulder

    When Fry and Amy decide they have a lot in common and begin an office romance just before Valentine's Day, Bender is inspired to start his own dating service, which many apply to, including Leela. Fry just decides to break up with Amy when he is injured in a car crash, and his body is so badly damaged that his head is temporarily transferred to Amy's body. Amy manages to find another date for Valentine's Day, so Fry applies to Bender's service. The dates Bender arranged are a disaster, and Fry gets worried when Amy's date hints that they should go back 'for coffee', but Leela rescues Fry from humiliation by distracting Amy's date and keeping him talking about his job all night. The next day, Dr Zoidberg transfers Fry's head back to his own body, and he thanks both Amy and Leela for their help.
  • Futurama: Episode 11 - The Lesser Of Two Evils

    Fry, Leela, and Bender go to "Pastorama", a place made to look like the 20th century. While there, Fry runs over Flexo, a robot that looks exactly like Bender, except for his goatee. Soon Bender and Flexo become real good friends and Fry gets jealous. The Professor hires Flexo as extra security when the crew is asked to deliver a valuable Gumbonium atom on a tiara to the Miss Universe Contest. Fry suspects Flexo of wanting to steal the tiara, and sure enough, the tiara ends up missing. Fry tries to track Flexo down at the competition which is being hosted by Bob Barker. After a fight between Bender and Flexo, it's revealed that Bender had stolen the tiara all along. Bob Barker mistakes Flexo for Bender and has him arrested for the crime.
  • Futurama: Episode 12 - Raging Bender

    Hermes has been taken over by a brain slug, and so to avoid getting infected by one themselves, the Planet Express crew go to the movies. After much consideration over what to see, they decide to see All My Circuits: The Movie. A robot sits down in front of Bender and Bender starts annoying him. Thinking the robot is a wimp, Bender challenges him to a fight, but the robot is really the Masked Unit from the Ultimate Robot Fighting League! Bender runs off, dropping his popcorn - this causes the Masked Unit to slip. Everyone thinks Bender defeated him, and Bender is asked to join the URFL. After his first match as "Bender the Offender", Bender discovers that the URFL is a fix. He's not bothered by that, since the most popular robot always wins - and right now, Bender is HOT! However Bender's popularity decreases, and he has to become "The Gender Bender" to lose a fight. When Leela discovers that Bender's opponent, the Destructor, is being controlled by her old martial arts teacher, who taunted her when she was younger, she trains Bender to win the fight - but will he do it and make himself and Leela proud?
  • Futurama: Episode 13 - A Bicyclops Built For Two

    Fry experiences the Internet of the future for the first time. While playing a video game, Leela sees a male cyclops, but Fry blast him before Leela finds out anything. Fortunately, the male cyclops - Alkazar - wrote down Leela's screen name and e-mailed her coordinates to his home planet. Once she gets there, Alkazar tells her that he is the last surviving male cyclops and that she seems to be the last surviving female. Alkazar isn't exactly what Leela hoped for when she finds out he's a rude, demanding slob, but still she decides to marry him.
  • Futurama: Episode 14 - How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back

    Just before an inspection by Morgan Proctor from the Central Bureaucracy, Hermes' office is trashed and, fearing he will be demoted, he threatens to commit suicide. When he is talked out of it, he is sent on paid vacation, to what he believes is a health spar but what turns out to be a forced labor camp. Meanwhile, Morgan Proctor stands in for Hermes as the Planet Express bureaucrat, and when she finds out that Fry is a slob becomes madly attracted to him. They try to keep their relationship secret, but when Bender catches them together he threatens to tell the others, and so Morgan downloads his 'brain' onto a disk and sends it for filing to the Central Bureaucracy. Fry, Leela, Amy and the Professor head down there to get it back, but are unable to find it and are confronted by Morgan. Just then, Hermes and his wife turn up, having improved the efficiency of the forced labor camp so their work is no longer needed there. Hermes locates Bender's disk and exposes Morgan as an inefficient bureaucrat. Impressed, the Professor rehires him.
  • Futurama: Episode 15 - A Clone Of My Own

    It's Farnsworth's 150th birthday, and a party is being held for him at Mars University. However the party makes him realize there is so much he has to do, and so little time to do it. Back home, he reveals his clone, Cubert Farnsworth, who looks and acts like an obnoxious 12 year old brat. The crew soon takes a dislike to Cubert. Farnsworth is crushed when Cubert tells him he doesn't want to be a scientist because Farnsworth's inventions never worked. Farnsworth decides to end it all, so he calls the Near Death Star. Anyone over 160 goes there for the rest of their lives, never to return, and it turns out Farnsworth has been lying about his age to avoid going there - he's really 160. When the crew find out, they, along with a reluctant Cubert, go off to rescue him...
  • Futurama: Episode 16 - The Deep South

    A day off from work, the crew aboard the Planet Express Spaceship goes fishing. When Bender fashions a gigantic hook catching a gigantic fish, the spaceship gets dragged underwater and sinks to the bottom. Unfortunately, the ship cannot operate underwater and the professor must modify the engines for them to re-surface. When Bender, Zoidberg, and Fry go out looking for food, Fry spots a mermaid. He tries to tell the others, but they claim he must have "ocean madness". Fry goes out again by him self later and once again meets Umbriel. They start talking and things start getting romantic between them. When the crew notice Fry is gone, they all go out and look for him. While doing so, they discover the long lost city of Atlanta which is inhabited as mer-people. Once the crew finds Fry they are ready to leave, but Fry decides to stay behind. He quickly changes his mind after he encounters a problem in bed with Umbriel.
  • Futurama: Episode 17 - Bender Gets Made (a.k.a. Bendfellas)

    Bender finally has his chance to meet chef Elzar, his hero, as the Planet Express crew are guests in the audience of Elzar's cooking show. Bender makes a fool of himself, and inadvertently causes Leela to become temporarily blind. Elzar offers them a meal in his restaurant to repay Leela for what happened, but then sticks them with a $1200 bill that they cannot pay. To avoid jail, Bender volunteers to work off the debt. But when he meets members of the Robot Mafia, Bender decides that crime pays more, and joins their group. His job? Steal a shipment of Zuban cigars from a delivery ship to show his loyalty . . . the Planet Express ship. It's one wild ride from there!
  • Futurama: Episode 18 - The Problem With Popplers (a.k.a. My Problems With Popplers)

    The crew is on their way back from a delivery and is a few days away from Earth. They spot a planet and land on it, hoping there is a Howard Johnson's on it. There isn't, but instead Leela discovers some worm-lie things. She tastes one, and then another, and then another as they are so delicious. The crew take some back with them to Earth and name them Popplers.
  • Futurama: Episode 19 - Mother's Day

    Mom - the founder of Mom's Friendly Robot Company - recruits all robots in an attempt of world domination.
  • Futurama: Episode 20 - Anthology of Interest I

    Fansworth creates What-If machine. The crew decides to ask the machine questions, which it answers as a video simulation. Bender wonders what if he's 500 ft. tall; Leela asks what it would be like if she was a little bit more impulsive; and what would have happened if Fry would have never been frozen 1000 years ago?
  • Futurama: Episode 1 - The Honking

    Bender finds out his uncle had "died" and he has been left his uncle's old castle in his will - as long as stays there for one night. Bender and the Planet Express crew stay there, but Bender sees some robot "ghosts" and runs away screaming. He is knocked down by something and awakens next morning..... It turns out that Bender has been knocked down by a Were-Car, a virus that causes robots to be transformed into cars and go around running people over. Because Bender has been hit he is now a Were-Car, and Fry finds to his horror that the Were-Car will always try to run over his best friend. Fry and Leela secure Bender in his apartment to stop him from killing anybody, but when midnight comes, Bender turns into the Were-Car and escapes. He finds Fry and Leela and tries to run over.....Leela. Fry is upset by this because he thought he was Bender's best friend. Leela tries to find out how to get rid of the curse - and the only way to do this is to get rid of the original Were-Car. So off they go to find it.....
  • Futurama: Episode 2 - War Is The H-Word

    Bender and Fry volunteer for military duty to enjoy the benefits of the soldiers' discount. When war breaks out later that same day, Leela too decides to join the all-male ranks, under the guise of Lee Lemon, and creates quite a stir for her leader, Zapp Brannigan.
  • Futurama: Episode 3 - The Cryonic Woman

    When Fry and Bender decide to take the Planet Express ship out for a joy ride and end up damaging the building, they get themselves and Leela fired. Leela decides to get her old job back at the Cryogenics lab, but accidentally switches her old career chip with Fry's. She ends up working as a pizza delivery girl while Fry and Bender have new jobs as cryogenics counselors. Fry and Bender are enjoying their new jobs when Fry unfreezes his old girlfriend Michelle from a thousand years ago. It turns out Michelle's life went downhill after Fry left and she froze herself to get a new start. Fry and Michelle seem to be back together, but everything in the future freaks her out. She talks Fry into freezing themselves again another thousand years. When they wake up they find themselves in an apocalyptic wasteland run by kids with guns. After arguing with Michelle, Fry decides to leave her. Fry goes wandering off and finds what seems to be Mann's Chinese Theater. He soon finds Leela and Bender and they tell him that's he's not in the year 4000 at all, but rather in Los Angeles.
  • Futurama: Episode 4 - Parasites Lost

    When Fry eats an egg-salad sandwich from a vending machine at a gas station, he begins to have strange side-effects -- he becomes stronger and smarter. Professor Farnsworth makes a diagnosis and concludes that Fry had ingested "intelligent worms" that have set up shop in his body. Because these worms are so smart, the regular means of flushing them out will not work. The Planet Express crew must shrink themselves to microscopic form and enter Fry's body to fight off the intruders. Meanwhile Leela is left to divert Fry's attention, but finds herself more and more attracted to the new man Fry has become.
  • Futurama: Episode 5 - Amazon Women In The Mood

    When Zapp Brannigan crashed the Planet Express ship into Planet Amazonia, the crew discovers the planet in inhabited by a race of giant women who have found that life without the male gender is preferable. These Amazonian women worship a Femcomputer who sentences Fry and the rest of the guys to death. It is up to Bender; a manbot and technically not a man, to intercede on the guys' behalf. Meanwhile Kif professes his love to Amy.
  • Futurama: Episode 6 - Bendless Love

    When a sleep-walking, Bender causes havoc on Planet Express by indiscriminately bending things in the middle of the night. Professor Farnsworth becomes bent out of shape and sends him off to the Bending Factory where his uncontrollable need to bend becomes controlled. There, he is re-united with Flexo and meets Anglelyne, a curvaceous fembot, and sparks begin to fly!
  • Futurama: Episode 7 - The Day The Earth Stood Stupid

    The Professor informs the crew that their next delivery is no longer necessary because that planet has been destroyed. Meanwhile, Leela enters Nibbler in a pet show and wins dumbest pet. The evil brains responsible for destroying planets have arrived on earth and start making everybody stupid. Nibbler sees this and jumps on his spaceship and takes Leela to his home planet. Nibbler then informs Leela about his race and the evil brains. He tells her that Fry is the only hope because he is immune to the brains effects. Leela then tells Fry he must defeat the main brain. He finds the brain in the library and tricks the brain into thinking he must leave Earth. Nobody but Fry ends up remembering any of what occurred - except for Nibbler.
  • Futurama: Episode 8 - That's Lobstertainment!

    Dr. Zoidberg tries his luck at comedy, but fails miserably. He decides to ask his long lost Uncle Harold Zoid to help him out. Bender tricks Calculon into financing and staring in Harold film on the premises that he would be guaranteed an Oscar. However the movie is a complete flop and Calculon threatens to kill Harold Zoid if he doesn't somehow win an Oscar.
  • Futurama: Episode 9 - The Birdbot Of Ice-Catraz

    The Professor decides to ship hazardous cargo to the outer reaches of space, but the course chartered takes the ship through some environmentally sensitive areas-- including the penguin refuge on Pluto. Leela refuses to transport the dangerous cargo, so the professor removes her from command and installs Bender as captain. While Bender is piloting the ship, he allows his attention to drift and accidentally showers the penguins with oily goop. As punishment for his crime, Bender gets 5 hours of community service helping clean up the mess. In order to get out of it, Bender puts on a tuxedo and blends in with the penguins. After getting hit in his head, Bender reboots thinking he's a penguin too. Meanwhile, the oil has got the penguins reproducing like crazy and they must be shot so that they don't' all starve to death later. While shooting into a crow of penguins, Leela shots Bender and gets him back to normal. Bender then tells the penguins to fight back against anything not black and white. The penguins soon turn against him and Leela. While trying to get away, Fry comes to the rescue in the spaceship and the crowd of penguins falls in a killer whale's mouth.
  • Futurama: Episode 10 - Luck Of The Fryrish

    After a period of very bad luck, Fry thinks he must be the most unlucky man on Earth. This sets him remembering about the time when he was younger and he found a 7 leaf clover. The clover made young Philip very lucky, and Fry decides to go to the ruins of Old New York to find it. Once there, Fry finds a statue of "Philip Fry: The First Martian" - but it looks like his brother Yancy, who always copied Philip! Fry thinks his brother stole his name and the clover, and he, Leela and Bender go to Yancy's grave to get the clover. At the grave, they start digging, and Fry reads the text on the stone which explains what happened. Yancy did find the clover, but gave it to his new born son Philip (named after his uncle) who was the first man on Mars. Fry puts the clover back as a mark of respect.
  • Futurama: Episode 11 - The Cyber House Rules

    Leela goes to the orphanarium where she grew up for a reunion, when she finds out that one of the orphans that made fun of her, Adlai, is now a plastic surgeon and offers to make it so that Leela is no longer a cyclops. Leela goes through with the operation and she and Adlai start dating. Meanwhile, Bender adopts a bunch of orphans to get lower taxes.
  • Futurama: Episode 12 - Insane In The Mainframe

    Fry and Bender are arrested for bank robbery when they get involved with one of Bender's old robot friends, Roberto, while he's robbing a bank. Fry and Bender are convicted of the crime and sent to an asylum for criminally insane robots. It's a walk in the park for Bender, but Fry is tortured by being treated like a robot. When Fry is finally brain-washed into believing he is a robot, he is deemed "cured" and released. His friends back at Planet Express are horrified when Fry the robot is returned to them. Meanwhile, Roberto is busted robbing the same bank again and ends up in the asylum with Bender. He uses Bender to bust out of the asylum and accompanies his friend back to Planet Express. When the police track them down, Roberto takes the staff of Planet Express hostage. Fry turns into a battle droid and scares the mentally unstable Roberto so badly that he jumps to his death. In the battle, Fry's arm is injured, and when he sees that he bleeds blood he comes to his senses and realizes he's a human.
  • Futurama: Episode 13 - Bendin' In The Wind

    Bender gets paralyzed after trying to use a giant electric can opener. At the hospital, Bender meets Beck, who gives Bender a pair of little arms that he should wear around his neck. After hearing Bender use his torn up body as a washboard instrument, Beck invites him to go on tour with him. The gang follows him on an old VW bus that was dug up from the 20th century. Bender dedicates his performances to all broken robots everywhere. At San Francisco, Bender is miraculously able to move again. He still pretends to be injured, but at the concert he ends up dancing on stage. Everybody boos him and Beck chases him away.
  • Futurama: Episode 14 - Time Keeps On Slipping

    In the 30th Century, the once entertaining Harlem Globetrotters are now feared as they will humiliate any planet in the Universe who dares to play them. Feeling up to the challenge, Professor Farnsworth creates a group of mutant basketball players to go head-to-head with the Globetrotters. Farnsworth's secret winning ingredient is chronitons, time particles found in the Tempus Nebula. However, when the Planet Express crew removes the mutants from harvesting, they tip of the Time/Space Continuum causing forward motion of time to skip ahead. The Professor and the Globetrotters figure that they must move stars around the nebula to have their gravity divert the chronions away. That didn't end up working. Meanwhile, Fry has somehow made Leela want to marry him, but nobody knows why because it was during a time skip. They end up divorcing with Fry still wondering how he did it. Later, the Professor and Globetrotters figure that they must create an implosion at the nebula with one of the professor's Doomsday devices to create a black hole. Once at the nebula, Fry sees what he did. He moved the stars to say "Leela I love you". Unfortunately, the doomsday device went off before Leela saw, and it sucked in all the surrounding stars.
  • Futurama: Episode 15 - I Dated A Robot

    Fry downloads Lucy Liu's image from nappster.com onto a blank robot and falls in love with the computerized image that is programmed to love him back. His friends, who are worried about Fry, try to shut down nappster.com, and discover that the company has actually kidnapped real celebrities. They grab Lucy Liu's preserved head and try to escape, but nappster.com send an army of warrior Lucy Liu-bots after them.
  • Futurama: Episode 1 - Roswell That Ends Well

    During a supernova explosion, Fry uses the Planet Express's microwave oven, and the two forces collide, they are sent back to 1947. They crash in the desert outside of Roswell, and Dr. Zoidberg and Bender's headless body are imprisoned and taken to a military base, where Fry's grandfather is stationed. The Professor and Leela work on how to return to 3002, while Fry and Bender's head try a rescue at the base and make a contact that might put Fry's own existence at risk.
  • Futurama: Episode 2 - A Tale Of Two Santas

    In this Christmas episode, Santa is not as we know him. In the future, Santa is not the bearer of gifts, but an evil robot, intent on bringing terror to the holiday. Unfortunately, the crew has the mission of delivering Santa's mail on Xmas eve. As the people on Earth lie in wait for Santa to arrive, the crew accidentally freezes Santa. This brings the opportunity for Fry to bring his "antiquated" notion of Christmas to the 21st century. To Bender, falls the unenviable task of replacing Santa and discovering the wrath of yuletide cheer, until Santa returns and makes Bender his partner in Xmas crime.
  • Futurama: Episode 3 - Anthology Of Interest 2

    Once again, the crew asks three stories to the What If machine. Bender wonder how would life be if he were human; Fry asks what life would be like if it resembled a video game; and Leela wonders what would happen if she found her true home...
  • Futurama: Episode 4 - Love And Rocket

    Professor Farnsworth secures a lucrative contract with Romanticorp, the company known for making heart shaped candies with sayings on them. With the contract, the Professor is now able to make upgrades, including a new female voice for the Planet Express ship. Bender is so enamored by it, that him and the ship soon become an item. Then, just as quickly, Bender gets sick of her and ends up breaking up with her. The ship goes insane with jealous and grief and puts the crew's lives in danger.
  • Futurama: Episode 5 - Leela's Homeworld

    After Bender dumps toxic waste into the sewers, the mutants become angry and kidnap Bender, Fry and Leela. They suspend the crew over a radioactive lake and threaten to dump them in, altering their human genes and mutating them, but two hooded mutants save them. Leela decides to pursue the mysterious mutants, who seem to have a suspicious fixation with her.
  • Futurama: Episode 6 - Where The Buggalo Roam

    Kif goes to Amy's home on Mars to meet her parents. They immediately dislike him saying he's too much of a wimp. Native Martians rustle away the family buggalo because they feel they got cheated when they traded away their land in exchange for a bead. Trying to prove himself, Kif volunteers to get them back. He does, but loses Amy in the process. The Wong's then hire Zapp Branigan to bring her back. The bead the Martians received is actually a gigantic diamond. When told of it's worth, the Martians leave Mars to buy a better planet.
  • Futurama: Episode 7 - A Pharaoh To Remember

    Fry, Leela, and Bender have to deliver a giant sandstone to Osiris 4, a planet resembling ancient Egypt. Once there they are enslaved to work on pharoah Hamenthotep's pyramid. After the pharoah dies, Bender tricks everyone into thinking that he's the next prophesied pharoah.
  • Futurama: Episode 8 - Godfellas

    When the Planet Express Ship is attacked by space pirates, Bender, sleeping in a torpedo tube, gets launched into space. He speeds through an asteroid field and accidentally accumulates a microscopic civilization on his stomach, who declare him God, and worship him despite his constant inability to provide for their needs.
  • Futurama: Episode 9 - Futurestock

    Professor Farnsworth is having a shareholders meeting to discuss the problems Planet Express is having. Fry and Zoidberg wander off and Fry meets a Wall Street power player from the 1980's. Fry nominates "That Guy" to replace Farnsworth as the CEO and ends up taking over by one share. "That Guy" then appoints Fry as Vice Chairman since they're both from the same time period. The new CEO emphasizes the company's image instead of any work. Mom starts to notice the company and meets with "That Guy". He then tells the crew that he plans to sell the company off to Mom and that they're all fired. The crew is mad at Fry, but that's before they realize that their shares are worth a fortune. After "That Guy" dies of his bone-itis that went untreated, Fry takes over the company and decides not to go thru with the deal.
  • Futurama: Episode 10 - A Leela Of Her Own

    When Leela is signed to the New New York Mets, she is thrilled to be the first female major league blernsball player. Drawing huge crowds at the games, Leela believes she is an inspirational role model to all women. What she doesn't realize is, she has such a following because she is the worst blernsball player to ever play the game.
  • Futurama: Episode 11 - 30% Iron Chef

    Bender attempts to become a chef, and is quickly rejected by the Planet Express crew. He then turns to the chef that inspired him, Elzar who also rejects him. Bender soon makes friends with some space hobos and, coincidently, one of them is Helmut Spragel, formerly the world's greatest chef. Helmut takes Bender under his wing and trains him to be a master chef by giving him a secret weapon—a crystal vile containing "the pure essence of flavor". A now confident Bender challenges Elzar to a competition in the televised kitchen coliseum known as the "Iron Cook" show.
  • Futurama: Episode 12 - Where No Fan Has Gone Before

    Fry is put on trial for his life for traveling to the forbidden planet of Omega 3 to retrieve all 79 episodes of "Star Trek", and he must defend the claim that human kind needs "Star Trek" to give them hope for the future. In the 23rd Century, "Star Trek" fans had evolved to such a level that they corrupted the world's governments and all things "Star Trek" were then banned to Omega 3. Fry sets out on his mission with Leela, Bender and Leonard Nimoy's head in a jar, only to discover William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei and Walter Koening are living on Omega 3 under the watchful eye of Melllvar, an evil energy creature -- and "Star Trek's" biggest fan.
  • Futurama: Episode 1 - Crimes Of The Hot

    As Earth is unable to counter its rising temperature through the usual method (the dropping of a giant ice cube into the ocean), Gore leads an emergency conference in Kyoto, Japan, where Professor Farnsworth claims responsibility for the crisis. It seems love detoured him from observing proper emission standards on his prototype robot, and that could necessitate the destruction of all its "descendants." That includes Bender, who resigns himself to having a farewell blowout before being blown up.
  • Futurama: Episode 2 - Jurassic Bark

    Fry reads in the newspaper that archeologists have recreated an old Pizzaria from the 20th Century. He and Bender go to see it and discover that it is in fact Panucci's Pizza, the pizzeria Fry used to work at in 1999. Fry also discovers that the fossilized remains of his old dog Seymour are on display. Fry campaigns to get Seymour back and eventually does, and Farnsworth says he can use the cloning machine to bring Seymour back to life.
  • Futurama: Episode 3 - The Route Of All Evil

    Due to inappropriate behavior, Cubert Farnsworth and Dwight Conrad (Hermes' son) are suspended from school. They start hanging around Planet Express all day and generally annoying everyone (Cubert more than usual!), and their fathers tell them to get jobs. The boys get a paper round, and when Cubert spots an ad for a make-your-own-spaceship, he and Dwight order it and use it for their rounds. They soon start up Awesome Express Delivery Company, which competes with Planet Express and starts taking their customers away. Cubert and Dwight take over Planet Express, offering Fry, Leela and Bender jobs with Awesome Express and acquiring the Planet Express ship. But when things start to go wrong, only Hermes and the Professor can help their sons...
  • Futurama: Episode 4 - A Taste Of Freedom

    Dr. Zoidberg is accused of flag desecration when, at a Washington D.C. celebration, he cannot restrain himself from eating a large flag. After Zoidberg is sentenced to death, his people send an invasion force to enslave the people of Earth and teach them the meaning of freedom.
  • Futurama: Episode 5 - Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch

    Amy's romance with Kif takes a twist when he gets pregnant. As Amy questions her commitment Kif, he must return to his ancient, mysterious homeworld to give birth in the same muddy swamp where he was born.
  • Futurama: Episode 6 - Less Than Hero

    Suffering from aches and pains, Fry and Leela turn to Dr. Zoidberg who gives them a "miracle cream" that he bought long ago from a traveling salesman. Lo and behold, when they try it out, it actually is a miracle cream that gives them superpowers. Fry and Leela decide to become super heroes with Bender as the third member of their team.
  • Futurama: Episode 7 - Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles

    When Fry and the Planet Express gang realize that at 161 years old, the Professor has become too crotchety to handle, they decide he needs to be "youth-a-sized". Traveling to an asteroid, they register the Professor at a posh resort where their full-body bath in searing hot tar is guaranteed to turn back the clock. Through a series of unfortunate accidents, the bath covers not only the Professor but also everyone else and all are affected by the treatment. Back at Planet Express, a now 53-year-old Professor tries to keep a now 13-year-old Fry and other kids under control while looking for a way to reverse the effects of the tar treatment. Meanwhile, "the kids" all react to their newfound youth, including Leela, who decides she could have a taste of the childhood she never had as an orphan.
  • Futurama: Episode 8 - The Why Of Fry

    Fry feels really down as Leela is head over heels because of Chaz, the Mayor's Aide. While on her date, Leela asks Fry if he could walk Nibbler, and he reluctantly agrees. When he says how unimportant he feels, Nibbler speaks and takes him to his home planet. There, Fry learn about his genetic abnormality that qualifies him for a mission to save the universe. While on this mission, we learn what really happened on the night Fry was frozen.
  • Futurama: Episode 9 - The Sting

    After arriving at an asteroid field in deep space, Fry, Leela and Bender attempt to collect honey produced by vicious space bees. Leela decides to take a baby queen bee that incidentally kills Fry! While at Fry's funeral, guilt ridden Leela has a romantic dream that causes her to believe that Fry is still alive. As Leela's bizarre dreams continue to develop, she sinks into a much stranger sleep.
  • Futurama: Episode 10 - The Farnsworth Parabox

    When the Professor conducts an experiment so hideous that he wants his apparatus destroyed in the thermonuclear inferno of the sun, he has Leela guard the two-foot cubic box overnight so that no one opens it and sets it off. Fry and Bender try their best to sneak a peek but it is Leela who finally gives in and opens the box. Drawn into the power of the box, Leela is thrown into a parallel universe, which has duplicates of the Planet Express gang - including Leela.
  • Futurama: Episode 11 - Three Hundred Big Boys

    As a result of Zapp Brannigan's victory over the Arachnid homeworld, Richard Nixon's head gives everyone a $300 refund from the silk surplus. Leela, the Professor, Bender, and Fry find wacky ways to spend the money. When things gets too hot at Zapp's celebration dinner, Fry saves the day.
  • Futurama: Episode 12 - Spanish Fry

    When the Planet Express gang goes camping in the woods for their company outing and Fry goes searching for an encounter with his favorite legendary figure, Bigfoot -- he is beamed aboard a spaceship and returned the next day without a nose. Fry learns that humans everywhere have been losing their noses and aliens are profiting for the sale of "human horns." A suggestion from Leela and a surprise visitor aim at keeping the human face safe.
  • Futurama: Episode 13 - Bend Her

    Bender faces his greatest challenge when he tricks his way into the 3004 Earth Olympian and wins several events, but he must endure the final and most revealing test to receive his medals. When Bender has a date with a major robot celebrity, Calculon, he sees this as an opportunity to be wined and dined like never before. When Bender realizes there's an inequity of feelings, he enlists Fry's and Leela's help to stage a "soap opera death".
  • Futurama: Episode 14 - Obsoletely Fabulous

    When Fry, Bender and the Planet Express gang attend Roboticon 3003 - the world's largest robot trade show - the Professor purchases the new "Robot 1-X", which threatens to render Bender obsolete. Feeling inadequate, Bender returns to MomCorp for an upgrade, but becomes terrified that the procedure will erase his robo-humanity. In desperation, he escapes from the factory and becomes a castaway on a tropical island that seems uninhabited... or is it? Violence ensues.
  • Futurama: Episode 15 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed On TV

    When a young star of the hit robot soap opera "All My Circuits" literally falls to pieces, Bender seizes his chance for stardom. Along with Fry and Leela, Bender sabotages the auditions and secures a spot on the show. As a result of Bender's misbehavior, the Nielsen numbers rise, making Bender a star. When a new group, Fathers Against Rude Television (F.A.R.T.) plans a Million Dad March to protest his character, Bender realizes his effect on kids.
  • Futurama: Episode 16 - The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings

    Fry, in an effort to win Leela's love, makes a deal with the Robot Devil to become a gifted musician. He has tried to take Holophoner lessons, but his teacher claimed he had "stupid fingers." Bender realizes that the Robot Devil is the only one to help. Fry makes a deal only to regret it immediately as it comes with a hefty price.
  • Futurama: Episode 1 - Rebirth

  • Futurama: Episode 2 - In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela

  • Futurama: Episode 3 - Attack of the Killer App!

  • Futurama: Episode 4 - Proposition Infinity

  • Futurama: Episode 5 - The Duh-Vinci Code

  • Futurama: Episode 6 - Lethal Inspection

  • Futurama: Episode 7 - The Late Philip J. Fry

  • Futurama: Episode 8 - That Darn Katz!

  • Futurama: Episode 9 - A Clockwork Origin

  • Futurama: Episode 10 - The Prisoner of Benda

  • Futurama: Episode 11 - Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences

  • Futurama: Episode 12 - The Mutants Are Revolting