For the crew's first mission, they must make a delivery to the moon, which is now home to a cheesy amusement park.


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Philip J. Fry / Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. Zoidberg / Moon Farmer / Commercial Announcer (voice)
Turanga Leela (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)


For the crew's first mission, they must make a delivery to the moon, which is now home to a cheesy amusement park.

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4 April 1999 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Originally, this wasn't intended as the second episode. Or at least, not its plot, that was actually intended for the plot of Futurama: My Three Suns (1999), but David X. Cohen and Matt Groening wanted to start off more down to Earth, so that episode was moved to slot 7 and this became episode number two. See more »


Leela and Fry find the site of an original moon landing but the lunar module is still intact. In reality the body of the module launched back into space leaving only the legs behind. However, it clearly states inside the lander "Lander returned to this site by the Historical Sticklers Society". See more »


Fry: Hurry up! I wanna get to the moon!
Leela: Relax. It's open 'til nine.
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Crazy Credits

Bender sings "Blasting All the Humans" over the end credits. See more »


Featured in Futurama: The Lost Adventure (2008) See more »


She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain
Additional lyrics by Ken Keeler
Performed by John DiMaggio
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The One Where They Go To The Moon...
31 October 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I love this episode. It's a great follow up to the Series Premiere.

In this episode, the Planet Express crew have to deliver a package to the Moon. Which now has a theme park on it. Fry is super excited, and everyone else is just like, "It's only the Moon". When they get there, Fry wants to explore. When he sees that the theme park is disappointing, because it's generic and he can't do moon bounces or anything, he takes his little moon rover, off the ride, and onto the real surface. He gets stuck out there with little oxygen. Meanwhile, Leela loses the keys to the ship and finds them in a crane machine game. She tries desperately to get them out, but fails miserably.

Overall, I give this episode a 10 out of 10.

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