The Planet Express crew get trapped in a fantasy world.
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The string of digits during the opening Yellow Submarine parody is part of the decimal expansion of Euler's constant "e". See more
Dark matter pellets are handled casually, yet when initially introduced in the series they were particularly heavy. See more
Rich Little's head
And now to grace us with its rendition of the national anthem, please welcome what is left of the Dixie Chicks after their tragic matter transporter accident.
After the end credits, the film is dedicated to Dungeons and Dragons creator Gary Gygax, who died during production. After this, a clip of him from his guest appearance in the second season episode "Anthology of Intrest I" appears with Gygax saying, "Who wants to play Dungeons and Dragons for the next Quadrillion years?" See more
This direct-to-DVD movie was the 3rd of 4 to be released after the tv series was cancelled at the end of season 5. When the series was to be revived on a different network, this movie was split into 4 parts, each part equal to the usual length of a tv episode, and shown first as season 6 episodes 9 through 12.
The other 3 movies were also similarly split and formed the rest of season 6, 16 episodes in all. Finally, the new episodes made specifically for tv followed as season 7.
This practice was identically used for later tv syndication and streaming services such as Hulu. See more
Spoofs The Twilight Zone
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