The gang shows us what a space episode would be like. Matthew dates a porn star robot. Bill goes for a space walk and gets locked outside. Joe accidentally sets off the self destruct system... See full summary »

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The gang shows us what a space episode would be like. Matthew dates a porn star robot. Bill goes for a space walk and gets locked outside. Joe accidentally sets off the self destruct system and everybody is forced into hypersleep. Matthew accidentally kicks the cord and shuts down their life support. Bill and Matthew repopulate humanity in the lab. Written by T

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21 May 1997 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the earlier episode "Office Feud", Catherine told Bill made-up slang words to embarrass him, including "guzizah" as a greeting. Bill and Catherine greet each other in this episode with "guzizah". See more »

Goofs

Dave claims to Jimmy that he has never heard of a tree, but one is clearly visible in the corner of his office. Dave also continues to watch Green Acres, which show trees. See more »

Quotes

Matthew Brock: [Matthew has just accidentally killed the WNYX staff, leaving he and Bill as the last humans in existence] Now what?
Bill McNeal: Well, I guess it's up to us to start a new race of human beings.
Matthew Brock: Oh, right. But no gay stuff, OK?
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Crazy Credits

The usual images of the opening credits are replaced with footage of space walks, moon buggy rides and astronauts in space suits. See more »

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Spoofs Alien (1979) See more »

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Not the best of the series.
24 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This one is a nice little fantasy that takes place several hundred years in the future in space. I think the writers and crew and cast were really bored and felt the need to get silly. The writing is horrible and way overdone. Its not even funny as a spoof of the show or a spoof of other space shows. The jokes are childish and too obvious, they don't come across as funny. Watching Dave attach the word "Space" to everything was painful. Space dollars. Space couch. Space radio. Space news. Space coffee. It was all too dumb to even be fun and silly. Bringing back the hot chick from the previous episode as a RoboBabe was pointless. Making references to alien sex psychology and lost words like "trees" and "homies" was so beneath the regular writing quality its kinda sad. Watching Lisa act like a space marine was a joke to her real acting abilities. I hope the cast had fun because the viewers were probably annoyed. Aside from the novelty this is an episode which could be avoided and you would never miss it.


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