Futurama: Season 4, Episode 9

Future Stock (31 Mar. 2002)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi
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Fry bonds with a revived 1980s guy who takes over Planet Express and takes on Mom's Delivery Company, but has a crisis of conscience when his new mentor plans to sell the company.



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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / Man in Commercial / Igner / Elzar (voice)
Hattie McDoogal / Mom / Suz Johnson (voice)
Sign-Writer / Monster / Walt / Ape #1 / Calculon / Lackey / Horrible Gelatinous Blob (voice)
Hermes Conrad (voice)
Planet Express Film Narrator (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)
Jewish Robot / That Guy / Caveman / Scruffy / Robot at Stock Market (voice)
Joe / Ape #2 (voice)


Fry bonds with a revived 1980s guy who takes over Planet Express and takes on Mom's Delivery Company, but has a crisis of conscience when his new mentor plans to sell the company.

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Did You Know?


In one scene Leela says "Toads the Wet Sproket". Toad the Wet Sprocket were a band in the 1990s. See more »


Zoidberg votes with the shareholders against the Planet Express/Mom Corp merger despite the fact that he traded away all of his shares. See more »


That Guy: Let's practice your execu-speak. "I'm worried about blank."
Fry: Don't you worry about blank. Let me worry about blank
Leela: Fry, we're worried about Planet Express.
Fry: Don't you worry about Planet Express. Let me worry about blank.
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References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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This episode had some great one liners
14 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"I'll be whatever I wanna do"

The plot is well-paced and engaging unlike some episodes earlier in the series (such as the convoluted 'Love & Rocket', or later, 'A Leela of Her Own'). "That Guy"- part Gordon Gecko from Wall Street, part Blake from Glengarry Glen Ross, is hilarious, right until his last breath! Especially enjoyable is the stock value of Planx during Fry's speech. I can safely say that this episode, with it's 83% positive rating on gotfuturama.com, is one of the best of the 4th series.

"Leela- Fry, we're worried about Planet Express. Fry- Don't you worry about Planet Express, let me worry about blank."

Bring on Bender's Big Score!

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