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.
Did You Know?
The names of the Sith Lords in the war reenactment are a satirical commentary on George Lucas' decision to name his Sith Lords in the Star Wars prequel movies blatantly obvious "bad guy" names, such as Darth Sidious (insidious), Darth Maul, Darth Tyranus (tyrant), and Darth Plagueis (plague), not to mention Darth Vader (invader). With the possible exception of Vader (whose name was accepted and embraced long before the other characters were named), this practice by Lucas is viewed by many fans and critics as a ridiculous and hokey poorly-conceived attempt at subtext by giving his villains names that shamelessly foreshadow their most evil characteristics. See more
The sign in México reads: "FÁBRICA ROBOTICA DE LA Madre" (Robot factory of the mother). It should have said "FÁBRICA ROBÓTICA -with an accent mark on the second O- DE Mamá" (Robot factory of Mom). See more
I shall rip out your heart and show it to you!
[Taps Scruffy with toy lightsaber
It is done.
The candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long. Mmm-hmm.
References Futurama: Parasites Lost
Little Bird, Little Bird
Written and Performed by Elizabeth Mitchell See more