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The episode contains three separate stories. In the first, which parodies the 1930s B&W cartoons, Fry wants to propose to Leela, so he blows up a comet made of "dimondium" to make her a ... See full summary »

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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender (voice)
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Finger / Bernella / Linda / Hattie McDoogal (voice)
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Amy Wong (voice)
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Cubert Farnsworth (voice)
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The episode contains three separate stories. In the first, which parodies the 1930s B&W cartoons, Fry wants to propose to Leela, so he blows up a comet made of "dimondium" to make her a diamond ring. In the second, which parodies the 1980s video games, the Professor invents a microscope with an infinite magnification and learns all the secrets of the Universe, which puts him and other scientists out of business. In the third part, which parodies Japanese anime, the team must defend Earth from dancing aliens. Written by Dimitry Rotstein

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Much of the music used in the third segment is sampled from classic anime series such as Voltron and Robotech. See more »

Quotes

Leela: What is that box, you old witch?
Professor Farnsworth: Ha ha ha ha! I'll never tell you! It's a deep space emotion detector.
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References The Transformers (1984) See more »

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South Side Shuffle
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Composed by Keith Nichols (PRS)
Published by KPM APM (ASCAP)
Courtesy of APM Music, Inc.
By Arrangement with EMI Production Music UK
Played during Fry's walking on the Diamondium comet.
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Pros: Fleischer Bros and 8-bit spoofs favorites of mine (also enjoyed anime segment as well) Cons: Cuebert in the anime spoof


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