The Planet Express crew get trapped in a fantasy world.
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In the group therapy scene at the robot asylum, when Roberto is talking about his childhood (and how he was designed to be an insane robot), there's a rounded radio-like device to his left. The radio is a minor tribute to Valve's Portal game, in which an insane robot is the main antagonist - the rounded radio features at several points in the game. See more
While playing Dungeons and Dragons, after one of the players rolls a 20, Qubert announces he does 2x damage with his pole-arm to a Gelatinous Cube. Whilst in Dungeons and Dragons, Gelatinous Cubes are often immune to critical damage, ultimately the rules are dictated by the Dungeon Master (in this case, Dwight). See more
Calm down, Leela. You can vent tonight on your blog.
After the end credits, the film is dedicated to Dungeons and Dragons creator Gary Gygax, who died during production. After this, a clip of him from his guest appearance in the second season episode "Anthology of Intrest I" appears with Gygax saying, "Who wants to play Dungeons and Dragons for the next Quadrillion years?" See more
References Sex and the City
Performed by Kathy McCarty
Album: Dead Dog's Eyeball
Original by Daniel Johnston
Released by Bar None Records See more