After destroying the new DOOP space station, Capt. Brannigan is forced to make a living as a civilian. Begging a job at Planet Express, he instigates a mutiny against Leela so he can lead a... See full summary »

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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Lt. Kif Kroker / The Hyperchicken / Neutral Planet Ruler (voice)
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After destroying the new DOOP space station, Capt. Brannigan is forced to make a living as a civilian. Begging a job at Planet Express, he instigates a mutiny against Leela so he can lead a suicidal charge (for Fry and Bender, at least) against his enemies, the Neutrals. Written by Jeff Lindstrom

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The chicken lawyer makes his first appearance in this episode. According to the DVD commentary he is based on Gerry Spence. See more »

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When Zap, Fry, and Bender are carrying pillows they are on a grassy hill, however, when it begins to rain the terrain appears to change to desert with outcroppings of rock. See more »

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[Zapp mutinies against Leela]
Captain Zapp Brannigan: Leela, you may be a formidable do-er of the nasty, but I'm forced to relieve you of your post.
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Referenced in Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder (2009) See more »

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Everybody's Talkin'
Words and Music by Fred Neil
Performed by Harry Nilsson
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Brannigan, Begin Again
10 April 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In a display of incompetence which was spectacular even for Zapp Brannigan he manages to destroy the new DOOP headquarters during its opening ceremony. This leads to him and Kif being dismissed from the service. After walking the streets for a while they turn up at Planet Express looking for employment. It isn't long before he starts a mutiny on the ship and throws Leela in the brig (the laundry room). Fry and Bender are pleased until Zapp decides to launch a suicide attack against his deadly enemy: The Neutrals.

This episode is a classic that is still funny after several viewings; Zapp Brannigan is as fun as ever and his enemy, the Neutrals are so bland they are hilarious... one says 'If I don't make it tell my wife hello' Kif also provides so good laughs as he can't think of anything to say that doesn't in some way involve Zapp Brannigan... at the end I was almost disappointed when Zapp and Kif returned to their old jobs but I'm sure that is where they are funniest in the long run!


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