Dream advertisements inspire Fry to go shopping, but he has insufficient funds. After visiting the bank, Fry finds out his bank account's interest has made him a billionaire. He goes on a spree, buying items that remind him of the 1990s. When discovers that he can't order anchovies on his pizza because of their extinction, he visits an auction that has them on the block. Fry outbids Mom, who believes he's going to use them to make extremely cheap robot oil. Using Pamela Anderson, she sets up a plot to trick him into unveiling his account password. They rob him blind, only to discover Fry intends on eating them. And he would have too, if it weren't for the appetite of Dr. Zoidberg. Written by
27 April 1999 (USA)
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When Fry goes to the bank, he finds out that the 93 cents in his bank account has grown through compound interest at a rate of 2.25% to $4.3 billion (or $4,283,508,449.71, to be precise). However, that's accurate only if it's compounded annually. Bank interest is usually compounded either monthly or daily, depending on the institution. For monthly compounding, his account would be worth $5,382,193,745.14, and for daily it would be $5,492,977,620.67 (using 365.25 days per year for exactly 1000 years, not including the few months since Fry was unfrozen). See more
That stench. That heavenly stench!
[Eats all the anchovies
There aren't any more, and there never will be.
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Written by Anthony L. Ray
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