Futurama: Season 3, Episode 7

The Day the Earth Stood Stupid (18 Feb. 2001)

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When flying brains invade, Fry is the only one who can save the Earth from destruction.

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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender / Nibblonian Chef / Captain Ahab (voice)
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Linda / Fiona / Tom Sawyer (voice)
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Morbo / George Washington's Head / The Big Brain / Butler (voice)
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When flying brains invade, Fry is the only one who can save the Earth from destruction.

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It is explained that Fry has no Delta brain wave, which makes him immune to Brainspawn influence. This is later explained in future episodes in the fact that he became his own grandfather, meaning he cobbled together a random assortment of other brainwaves into a working mind. See more »

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When Leela's hair is hanging out the side of Nibbler's spaceship, it is blowing in the wind even though it is in the vacuum of space where there is no air. See more »

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Professor Hubert Farnsworth: Good news, everyone. We were supposed to deliver a package to the planet Tweenis 12, but it's been completely destroyed.
Leela: Why is that good news?
Professor Hubert Farnsworth: They paid in advance.
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References The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) See more »

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Awesome humor, style and SCiFi adventures!
16 September 2010 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

This is definitely one of the best episodes in the entire series, personally my second favorite after Late Philip J. Fry(6x7). It starts with a destruction of a planet by huge explosion caused by flying brains, which make people stupid, and now It's Earth's turn... Leela goes on a journey to the Center of the universe to find out how to save the planet, and creatures who she thought were dumb reveal their true forms, as a dominant race of on the entire universe, they tell her that only one person can save Earth and guess who is that..

This episode is so action filled, atmospheric and funny, that you won't get bored during watching it, I recommend to everyone !


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