Bender discovers that he has no backup capabilities--meaning that he is mortal, and he and Hermes travel to Mexico so that he can take out his frustrations on his inspector.

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Philip J. Fry / Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. Zoidberg / Center Square Bureaucrat / Killbot #3 / Killbot #4 / Old Man in Line (voice)
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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender / Darth Ithead / Man Flung Out of Cube / Killbot #2 (voice)
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Darth Sploder / Female Bureaucrat / Bureaucrascan / Mom (voice)
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Border Guard (voice)
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Amy Wong (voice)
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Hermes Conrad / Darth Stroyer / Killbot #1 / Killbot #5 (voice)
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Darth Trocious / Scruffy / Bureaucrat 74 / Mexican #1 (voice)
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Bender discovers that he has no backup capabilities--meaning that he is mortal, and he and Hermes travel to Mexico so that he can take out his frustrations on his inspector.

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Trivia

The number on the door of the Cubicle Room in Central Bureaucracy is 729 - nine cubed, which is the number of cubicles in the room. See more »

Goofs

The computer on the desk in Inspector #5's house appears and disappears. See more »

Quotes

Bender: He's Mexican, I'm Mexican. Let me handle this.
Border Guard: Sus papeles, por favor.
Bender: [pause] Si.
[Guard hits him in head with guitar]
Bender: Ouch-o!
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References Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) See more »

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Little Bird, Little Bird
Performed by Elizabeth Mitchell
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This is the one we've been waiting for folks...
16 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A heart-breaking and heart-warming episode bent into one. This is the classic Futurama that sucked fans in like a black hole. So far this season, i've been disappointed by quality issues. I'm glad that episodes like this can still be made. Kudos to the writing and creative team, kudos. They were able to move the focus to two of the supporting characters and still drew strong human emotions from the audience.

I first watched it on TV and I got a chance to see it just now on Netflix. However you get your entertainment, go out and get this DVD/episode and support Futurama!

Please, take the time to watch this episode.


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