Dark forces older than time itself are on the attack, hell-bent on stopping the dawn of a wondrous new green age. Don't you hate when that happens? Even more shocking: Bender's in love with a married fembot, and Leela's on the run from the law - Zapp Brannigan's law! Fry is the last hope of the universe, recruited for an ultra-top-secret mission. Could this be the end of the Planet Express crew forever? Say it ain't so, meatbag! Written by
All the other galaxies will be green with envy!
Did You Know?
According to David X. Cohen
on the commentary track (DVD), the coordinates of the Violet Dwarf have special significance. Part of the coordinates refers to "Mark 948" and when rephrased as Mark 9:48, the corresponding Bible verse (International Standard Version) is: "In that place, worms never die, and the fire is never put out." This is clearly an allusion to the climax of the movie. See more
Bender's feminista mask disappears in one shot and then reappears in the next shot towards the end of the movie. See more
Philip J. Fry
Bite my shiny metal hat!
References Futurama: Bendless Love
That Was Then (And This is Too)
Written by Ken Keeler
Performed by Seth MacFarlane See more