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In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela 

Zapp and Leela are alone on an unknown planet after their mission to destroy a death star fails, while the rest of the gang tries to save Earth from being the star's next victim.

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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Zapp and Leela are alone on an unknown planet after their mission to destroy a death star fails, while the rest of the gang tries to save Earth from being the star's next victim.

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According to the DVD commentary, the plot of the episode stems from a famous science fiction story in which two astronauts crash land on an Eden-like planet and decide to repopulate their race. At the end of the story, the astronauts are introduced as Adam and Eve. See more »

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Philip J. Fry: The adult bookstore? I thought this was the public library.
Bender: Nope. Pubic Library.
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References Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1967) See more »

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Disappointing story, irresistible Brannigan, questionable 2D visuals, annoying subliminal ad, unexploited blossoming love story and episodic format of the lazy pink bird
27 June 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

As expected this second installment was a standalone episode. Its story wasn't original, an uninspired Star Wars spin-off, and only the last few minutes were hilarious. I just couldn't resist Brannigan and his black and white fantasies ! As for the jokes most of them were about sexuality and I didn't find them very funny. So don't expect the writers to pull an American Pie. An other disappointing element was the visuals because I think the mix between 2D and 3D is not well balanced. Some of the quick and dirty backgrounds just jar with the awesome cel-shading and glowing visual effects. However they're far from disastrous. I would also like to warn our younger viewers of the annoying iPod subliminal advertisement. If your little green man powered brain feels like buying one well don't ! Last but not least Fry's role was anecdotic when I hoped the writers would focus more on his new relationship with Leela. A love story always has a tremendous potential and I worry that its libidinal energy won't be exploited at its peak. So with its new but already cold recipe I don't see why Futurama wouldn't get canceled again. I mean if you don't innovate after so many years how can you expect your show to survive the demanding audience ? Moreover the ending left us with nothing to chew until next week this time so I don't feel like tuning in again.


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