The Planet Express crew must work to fix rips between their universe and another inhabited by a planet-sized, tentacle alien which soon takes over the Earth and uses it's ability to control Fry to command an entire religion which takes over and convinces the inhabitants of Earth to abandon the Earth to live in a pseudo-heaven, leaving the robots of the world to inherit the planet. Written by
Did You Know?
According to her phone bill, Fry called Dial-A-Joke 8,128 times while he lived with Colleen. See more
In Crimes of the Hot, the headless body of Agnew is given away to Wernstrom, yet in The Beast with a Billion Backs he is seen at Nixon's side again. See more
Philip J. Fry
I don't know if I can put my heart on the line again only to have it broken and stumped on like a nerd's face.
OPENING SUBTITLE: The Proud Result of Prison Labor OPENING CARTOON: Instead of crashing into the giant screen, the Planet Express Ship goes through the screen and into a cartoon spoofing 'Steamboat Willie (1928)' and then crashes back out See more
References King Kong
I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Carmen Miranda
during the Yivo date scene See more