Everyone on Earth gets $300 after the spoils of a military victory are distributed. The members of the Planet Express staff spend it on different things, with varying degrees of success.


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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / URL / Elzar / Randy Munchnik / Gus's Friend / Crack Addict (voice)
Mom / Sam / GeneWorks Woman / Farnsworth's Girlfriend (voice)
Lt. Kif Kroker / Morbo / Butler / Newsreel Announcer (voice)
Herself (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)
Scruffy / Whale Biologist / Dr. Ben Beeler / Leg Mutant / Devil Tattoo / Cigar Store Clerk (voice)
Caddy / El Chupanibre (voice)


Everyone on Earth gets $300 after the spoils of a military victory are distributed. The members of the Planet Express staff spend it on different things, with varying degrees of success.

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15 June 2003 (USA)  »

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After spending his refund on a meal for penniless bums, Dr. Zoidberg is referred to as "Oysters Rockefeller." The joke has a double meaning, referring to both the fancy - and generally expensive - seafood dish (playing off Zoidberg's crustacean background), and the affluent Rockefeller name. Oil tycoon and real estate mogul John D. Rockefeller's fortune at the time of his death accounted for 1.5% of the entire U.S. economy, making him the richest man in U.S. history. (Incidentally, "Oysters Rockefeller" are so named after the same John D. Rockefeller, because the sauce was so "rich".) See more »


Obese young woman: It's better for us to be just ourselves. You, wrinkle as a prune.
Professor Hubert Farnsworth: You, fat as the queen of sea cows.
Obese young woman: I love you!
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References Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) See more »

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Nixon gives everybody $300
17 August 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode opens with scenes of Zapp's latest victory; Earth's forces defeat the peaceful Spider-creatures and seize their precious silk. To celebrate the conquest President Nixon gives everybody on Earth a $300 dollar tax rebate. With their new found wealth the crew each decide how they will treat themselves; Amy buys a talking tattoo, Bender buys some burglary tools so he can steal a $10,000 dollar cigar and Leela decides to go swimming with a whale at the aquarium... Fry meanwhile just buys coffee... and gets very twitchy! Their various purchases lead to plenty of funny moments culminating in a gala evening where people are invited to see the silken loot; inevitably things go wrong but when they do rescue comes from an unlikely direction.

This was another good episode with plenty of amusing gag; I particularly liked the drug addict who left his crack house for a crack mansion and Zoidberg's reaction to 'rich person' food. The story was pretty good and it was nice how the crew's separate purchases came together to cause the various events to occur rather than just being a series of separate gags. As well as the regular cast it was nice to see secondary characters such as Zapp, Kif and Nixon making entertaining appearances; Kif in particular takes a leading role.

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