Dark forces older than time itself are on the attack, hell-bent on stopping the dawn of a wondrous new green age. Don't you hate when that happens? Even more shocking: Bender's in love with a married fembot, and Leela's on the run from the law - Zapp Brannigan's law! Fry is the last hope of the universe, recruited for an ultra-top-secret mission. Could this be the end of the Planet Express crew forever? Say it ain't so, meatbag!
All the other galaxies will be green with envy!
Did You Know?
In the first "Legion of Mad Fellows" meeting, Matt Groening, the show's creator, can be seen as one of the mad fellows. See more
Bender's feminista mask disappears in one shot and then reappears in the next shot towards the end of the movie. See more
Philip J. Fry
Bite my shiny metal hat!
This direct-to-DVD movie was the 4th 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 13 through 16.
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
That Was Then (And This is Too)
Written by Ken Keeler
Performed by Seth MacFarlane See more