Three separate holiday stories: X-mas, Robanaca and Kwanzaa. 1. Once more Robot Santa comes to town. Besides the violence he spreads, this time he sings to the crew of the pine tree that are needed for a proper "X-mas". The only problem is that the pine trees have been extinct for over 800 years. However they manage to get some seeds, reforesting the earth. As the oxygen levels explode Bender causes the whole earth to catch fire. 2. Several weeks later, out of laziness Bender insists on celebrating the fake "Robanaca". For the traditional oil wrestling he needs petroleum oil but all petroleum resources are empty. The Professor tells him that a small quantity might be left, buried deep inside the earth and the quest begins. The ship crashes and 500 Million years later Bender alone returns to the surface bringing with him petroleum oil that originates from the remains of the others. 3. The unrelated conclusion: Everybody are celebrating "Kwanzaa" at Hermes' home. Kwanzaa-bot breaks ... Written by
Nick the Nameless
Did You Know?
Leela calls Bender a "junkyard golem". In modern Hebrew, "Golem" is a word for robot. See more
When the shutters around the Planet Express building are closed, the Xmas lights that were draped around the building have disappeared. See more
LaBarbara, Hermes, happy Kwanzaa. We brought a chocolate cake, but now I'm worried that might be offensive in some way.
Referenced in Futurama: Zapp Dingbat