When it is discovered that Philip has been living in the Planet Express office, he is forced to move out. Trying to sleep standing up in Bender's closet-sized apartment doesn't work, so they go looking for a place both can be comfortable. Unfortunately, Bender is incompatible with the ideal apartment they do find until he has a radical... modification which makes him less than happy.
6 April 1999 (USA)
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Bender's room number is 00100100. This translates to the decimal number 36 or "$" in ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange). The rooms next to Bender's do not follow a standard binary pattern, however. See more
In the first snatch of "All my circuits", Calculon screws a "nutring" on Monique's forefinger. On the next frame, however, the ring is on her middle finger. See more
I've been processing this for quite sometime, Monique, will you marry me?
Oh, Calculon! Yes!
[Calculon fits the ring on Monique's finger
It fits! Then you must know I'm...
Metric? I've always known, but for you I'm willing to convert.
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Referenced in Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow
The Odd Couple Theme
Written by Neal Hefti
Arranged by Christopher Tyng See more