I don't want to live on this planet anymore. Explanation In an episode about evolution and creationism, after the Professor's great discovery is used in a way not to his liking, he utters this line. This is often used in response to something happening that is either depressingly stupid, completely awful, or just plain wrong to the point of causing one to lose all faith in humanity.
"SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!" Explanation In "Attack of the Killer App", Fry exclaims this when a thinly-veiled expy of Apple unveils a new phone and a representative rattles off its faults. Appears a lot aimed at previews or just proof-of-concept demonstrations. Unlike the point of the joke, fans quoting this are instead probably rejoicing.
"Fry sees what you did there": A picture of Fry squinting used as a reaction image to say "Oh, very clever", or to respond to puns.
"MEMES DO NOT WORK THAT WAY! GOODNIGHT!" Explanation In "Crimes of the Hot", Morbo says "WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY! GOODNIGHT!" when his co-host misunderstands their function. It has been snowcloned into every possible circumstance when someone gets something incorrect, even on this very wiki.
"Your meme is bad and you should feel bad!" Explanation In "The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings", Zoidberg says "Your music is bad and you should feel bad!" when Fry's holophonor opera takes a massive dive in quality. Another snowclone, commonly used as an insult, though sometimes affectionately.
"You watched it! You can't unwatch it!" Explanation One of the taglines in the first "Anthology of Interest" episode. Used in a self-derogatory manner to refer to the quality of one's work and how the viewer is stuck with it anyway. Sometimes snowcloned, with "watch" replaced with something else.
Fine! I'll start my own meme! With blackjack, and hookers! In fact, forget the meme, and the blackjack. Eh, screw the whole thing. Explanation Bender says this twice after being excluded from something in "The Series Has Landed". Yet another snowclone, used when someone is excluded from or deliberately leaves something.
I AM THE GREETEST! MWAHAHAHAHA!Explanation Fry's first defeat of The Brains, in "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid", involves re-writing a story that The Big Brain is compelled to follow, but Fry is a terrible writer.
Your lyrics lack subtlety! You can't just have your characters announce how they feel! That makes me feel angry! Explanation The Robot Devil's objection to Fry's opera in "The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings".
I'LL BE IN THE ANGRY DOME!
Scruffy's very existence is a meme, based around his inexplicable presence and how no-one ever remembers him.
DEATH BYSNU-SNU!Explanation Fry, Zapp and Kif's death-sentence in "Amazon Women in the Mood".
You need a new meme? Why not Zoidberg?
"My Manwich!" Explanation Hermes' signature meal—inspired by the actual Manwich grocery store sloppy joe — which he often loses in humorous ways.
I have no strong feelings one way or the other.Explanation spoken by Neutral President on Neutral Planet, the inhabitants thereof being neutral in every way right down to appearances. Within the meme, on a YouTube clip for this, the users deliberately make sure that there's just as many dislikes as there are likes to reflect a "neutral response".
All I know is that my gut says maybe.
If I don't survive, tell my wife "hello".
You are technically correct — the best kind of correct!Explanation spoken by Bureaucrat Number 1.0 near the end of "How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back"
Bender(picking up his still-lit cigar from the underwater ruins): So that's where I left my cigar.
Hermes: That just raises further questions!
"That was so bad, I think you gave me cancer!"
"Neat!" *takes picture*
"Ahahahaha. Oh wait, you're serious. Let me laugh even harder. AAAAHAHAHAHAHA!" Explanation From Love and Rocket when Leela asks Bender if it bothers him that he's taking advantage of the Planet Express Ship. This was his response. Has become a common reaction image to stupidity.
Leela finding a grammar mistake, and then demanding to know what the hell is wrong with you. Exlanation From ''Mobius Dick" Leela points out a grammar mistake, and promptly demands said line.