Bender joins a robot church after fighting an addiction to electricity, but reverts to his pre-addictive behavior of cigars, booze and robot hookers, leading to a musical confrontation with the Robot Devil.
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The title is a paraphrase of "Hell Is Other People", from the 1944 Existentialist play "Huis Clos" ("Closed Door" or "No Exit"), by Jean-Paul Sartre
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During the musical number, the Robot Devil pulls Bender's arm off and promptly kicks him down a hole. However when Bender lands his arm is still attached. See more
And you made me feel like a jerk for trusting you. Just like when my friend Ricky swore he wasn't taking drugs, and then he sold me my mom's VCR, and then later I found out he was taking drugs.
During the closing credits, the Beastie Boys give shout-outs to various characters from the show, while clips from the episode play. See more
References The Simpsons
Oh, What a Beautiful Morning
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by John DiMaggio See more