The weapons offered to Fry for combat are a lirpa, an ahn-woon and a giant lobstershell cracker. The first two are the Vulcan weapons used in the fight between Kirk and Spock in Star Trek: Amok Time (1967). See more »
When Fry gets his arm chopped off, his t-shirt sleeve is then knotted, but there's no way he could have performed that with only one hand. See more »
And Bender, your beer belly is so big your door won't even close - and that doesn't even make sense.
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I really love this episode. It's so funny. I feel so bad for Zoidberg. I can't understand why everyone is always so mean to him. He's a perfectly nice lobster thing.
In this episode, Zoidberg is actually really crazy, and angry towards the Planet Express Ship crew. But then he realizes that his body is reacting like this, because it's mating season for his people, and he needs to, and I quote, "deposit his male jelly." So, everyone travels to Zoidberg's home planet, where he tries to attract a mate, but it doesn't work out so well. After everyone else has mated, all of the other lobster aliens die, because that's what happens after they mate. If you ask me, Zoidberg got the end of the deal.
Title Card: From the network that brought you "The Simpsons".
Worst part of the episode: The term "male jelly".
Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Awesome.
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