Fry and Leela disguise themselves as robots to find Bender after he fails to return from a delivery to a robot planet, only to learn that he has become a celebrity in a culture which fears humans.

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Philip J. Fry / Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. Zoidberg / Robot Leaving Theatre #1 / Robot in Jury #3 / Robot Elder #1 (voice)
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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender / Robot Construction Worker / Robot Playing Human / Robot Foreman / Jimmy (voice)
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Wendy / Female Robot at Human Hunt / Robot in Jury #2 (voice)
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Hermes Conrad / Blern Commentator / Robot Doorman #1 / Rusty (voice)
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Robot Doorman #2 / Radio Newsreader / Robot Elder #2 (voice)
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Snack Clerk / Robot General / Robot Coming Leaving Theatre #2 / Robot at Human Hunt / Robot Mayor / Robot Judge / Robot in Jury #1 / Robot Elder #3 (voice) (as Dave Herman)
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Robot Passerby / Resin Offering Robot (voice)
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Fry and Leela disguise themselves as robots to find Bender after he fails to return from a delivery to a robot planet, only to learn that he has become a celebrity in a culture which fears humans.

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Trivia

The robots on Chapek 9 appear to be using the human clock system, although it is possible that their number of hours is sexagesimal (base 60) or that it is a completely different system. See more »

Goofs

In the judgment scene, when the judge freezes up, Fry yells: "Call technical support." In that frame, he is drawn with his manacle chain outside the bars, whereas in all other shots, it's on the inside with him. See more »

Quotes

Bender: The fact is, humans are completely harmless.
Blue Elder: We're well aware of that.
Bender: You are?
Blue Elder: Of course. But they're useful to us as a scapegoat to distract the public from their real problem.
Green Elder: Like our crippling lug nut shortage.
Orange Elder: And a corrupt government of incompetent Robot Elders.
Yellow Elder: Duh, that's for sure.
Blue Elder: Quiet, Jimmy.
Bender: Well, I'm glad we got all that out in the open. We'll just let ourselves out.
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Featured in 'Futurama': Welcome to the World of Tomorrow (1999) See more »

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Whole lot of fun!
25 November 2014 | by (Turkey) – See all my reviews

You really can't go wrong with a Bender-centric episode. This is one and it's brilliant. He's the funniest character on the show in my opinion.

Bender is sent to a planet consisting only of Robot population where they all hate and missioned to kill humans. Soon Bender gets discovered to be working with humans and Fry and Leela must act as robots to save him.

Based on racial discrimination and with sharp and wit writing and full with satiric lines, this is one of, if not the funniest episode of the first season which is also brilliant. I give it a 9.6/10. Must-watch!


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