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Recap: Futurama
The following is a list of episodes for the 1999 animated sci-fi sitcom, Futurama, created by Matt Groening (who brought you The Simpsons and Life in Hell). Seasons one to four are the episodes that aired on FOX, season five is the made-for-DVD movie season (on Comedy Central, the movies are shown as four-part episodes with parts cut to make room for commercials), and seasons six and seven are the Comedy Central episodes.

This list is presented in production order, which is also used on the DVD boxsets; FOX originally broadcast the episodes in constantly changing timeslots and with frequent pre-emptions, resulting in five broadcast seasons of the original run made up of the four production seasons. The two production runs of the Un-Cancelled series were each split into two and shown across two years.

The series ended on September 4, 2013. While there are faint rumors of Matt Groening trying to revive the series yet again, from all outward appearances, it looks as if the show is gone for good except for a possible fifth made-for-DVD movie and a crossover episode with The Simpsons in which Bart is targeted by Bender and the Planet Express crew because of a crime he'll commit that will doom humanity.
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    Season 1 
  1. Space Pilot 3000: During a prank pizza delivery on New Years' Eve of 1999, a loser pizza boy named Phillip J. Fry falls into a cryogenic freezer and is locked in there until New Years' Eve of 2999. He ends up on the run from a purple-haired, one-eyed alien career counselor named Leela, makes friends with a drunken, suicidal robot named Bender, and meets his great-to-the-umpteenth-power nephew Hubert Farnsworth, Mad Scientist and owner of the shipping company Planet Express.
  2. The Series Has Landed: Professor Farnsworth sends his new crew members Fry, Leela, and Bender (with a ditzy Chinese trust fund baby named Amy Wong tagging along) to deliver crane game toys to the Moon. Fry is excited at first, but is disappointed to find the Moon is mostly known as home to a cheesy Disneyland-esque theme park.note 
  3. I, Roommate: When everyone becomes sick of his disgusting habits around the Planet Express office, Fry moves in with Bender, whose apartment is way too small for a 20-something slacker and his Robot Buddy. Fry and Bender find a new, roomy apartment, but when Bender's antenna begins wreaking havoc on the satellite TV, Fry must choose between his new home and his metallic pal.
  4. Love's Labors Lost in Space: On a mission to save doomed animals from a planet that's been strip-mined hollow, Fry, Leela (who has been having trouble finding a man), and Bender are arrested for their actions by a haughty, incompetent captain named Zapp Brannigan who has his eye on Leela. Along the way, Leela rescues an adorable (but gluttonous) alien she names Nibbler with a strange ability.
  5. Fear of a Bot Planet: Angry that humans treat robots as nothing more than mindless servants and machines, Bender falls in with the populace of a planet of human-hating robots.
  6. A Fishful of Dollars: While out shopping, Bender gets arrested for shoplifiting, and Fry goes to the bank and finds out that the meager change he had in his bank account 1000 years ago has now become over a billion dollars thanks to compound interest, which Fry spends on relics from his past, such as videotapes, a low-tech apartment, and tapes featuring Stuffy Old Songs About the Buttocks (in this case, it's "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot). But when Fry gets his hands on an ancient tin of now-extinct anchovies so he can have an anchovy pizza for the first time in ages, he becomes the target of a plot by malevolent matronly mogul Mom.
  7. My Three Suns: Fry is declared the emperor of a planet of water-based aliens after drinking the former emperor (mistaking him for a bottle of water), while Bender becomes Planet Express's new cook.
  8. A Big Piece of Garbage: A large ball of 20th century garbage is hurtling towards Earth, and the Planet Express crew is roped into destroying it.
  9. Hell is Other Robots: During a Beastie Boys reunion concert, Bender meets up with an old friend and gets addicted to electricity. When the addiction nearly costs everyone's lives, Bender turns to religion (the Church of Robotology) only to become an insufferable goody two-shoes.
  10. A Flight to Remember: In this space parody of Titanic, Bender falls for a countess while Leela poses as Fry's fiancee to avoid Zapp's advances — and Amy uses Fry as her boyfriend to show her parents that she found someone.
  11. Mars University: After being told that being a dropout of a 20th century college is the equivalent of being a high school dropout in the 30th century, Fry attends Mars University alongside a super-intelligent chimpanzee, while Bender raises John Belushi-style hell at his old frat, which is run by nerdbots.
  12. When Aliens Attack: Aliens from the planet Omicron Persei 8 attack Earth in search of McNeal — not President McNeal, but fictional character Jenny McNeal, from the 20th century show Single Female Lawyer. It seems the series finale was cut off after Fry spilled beer on the console during a delivery to the TV station, and now Fry must use his knowledge of television to stage a new ending.
  13. Fry and the Slurm Factory: In this space parody of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (with a mix of The Stuff and Soylent Green), Fry wins a contest from his favorite future soda company, Slurm, and a mishap during the factory tour leads him to the terrible secret behind the deliciously addictive soft drink.

    Season 2 
  1. I Second That Emotion: After flushing Nibbler down the toilet in a fit of jealousy, Bender is fitted with an empathy chip that makes him feel bad for what he did and drives him to flush himself down the toilet to rescue Nibbler.
  2. Brannigan, Begin Again: Zapp Brannigan and his Beleaguered Assistant, Kif, get fired for destroying the DOOP's new satellite HQ and end up as Planet Express's newest hires.
  3. A Head in the Polls: After a spike in titanium prices, Bender sells off his torso and enjoys the high life as a head without a body — until he discovers his old body has been bought by the head of former President Richard Nixon, who is running for re-election.
  4. Xmas Story: In the first Xmas episode (pronounced "Ex-Mess," as "Christmas" is considered an archaic pronunciation in the 30th century), Fry tries to bring holiday cheer to the 31st century version of the old holiday, where Santa Claus is a rampaging robot who has put everyone on Earth on the naughty list.
  5. Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?: Zoidberg goes with the crew to his home planet of Decapod 10 for his species' mating frenzy, but Fry's attempt at giving Zoidberg advice lead to a love triangle.
  6. The Lesser of Two Evils: The Planet Express crew meets another bending robot named Flexo, who turns out to be Bender's twin brother. Fry becomes increasingly suspicious of Flexo, especially when he tags along on a mission to deliver a valuable Jumbonium atom to a beauty pageant.
  7. Put Your Head on My Shoulder: On Valentine's Day, Bender starts his own dating service (after getting arrested for breaking anti-pimping laws) and Fry ends up grafted to Amy's shoulder after a spaceship accident.
  8. Raging Bender: Bender inadvertently defeats a champion robot boxer and is hired to become the new star of the Ultimate Robot Fighting League.
  9. A Bicyclops Built for Two: Leela meets another cyclops named Alcazar, who claims to be the only other remaining member of their kind following the destruction of their home planet of Cyclopia. However, when Alcazar turns out to be a shiftless jerk and Leela begins channeling Peg Bundy, will Leela be forced to overlook his personality for the sake of her species?
  10. A Clone of My Own: Farnsworth celebrates his 150th birthday, but begins to grow concerned about his legacy, and creates a smug, annoying clone named Cubert.
  11. How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back: When Hermes takes a stress-relieving vacation, replacement bureaucrat Morgan Proctor becomes infatuated with Fry. Bender threatens to publicize their affair, but Morgan removes Bender's memory chip and hides it within the cavernous Central Bureaucracy.
  12. The Deep South: A fishing trip over the ocean takes a turn for the worse when a colossal-mouth bass pulls the Planet Express ship to the bottom of the sea. There, Fry falls in love with a mermaid named Umbriel, and the crew discovers the sunken city of Atlanta, Georgia.
  13. Bender Gets Made: Bender takes a new job in the Robot Mafia, but his loyalty is tested when he goes along on the robotic gangster's efforts to rob the Planet Express ship.
  14. Mother's Day: Mom reprograms the world's robots to rebel against humanity. The only hope of salvation is Mom's old flame - Professor Farnsworth, who must rekindle his romance (or at least get to second base) with Mom in order to save mankind.
  15. The Problem With Popplers: The crew discovers an irresistible source of food on a distant planet, and brings it back to Earth to be sold at the Fishy Joe's restaurant chain. But when it's discovered that the so-called "Popplers" are actually Omicronian babies, the Omicronians demand recompense — in the form of a live TV special in which Leela is eaten.
  16. Anthology of Interest I: In the first Three Shorts Futurama episode, Bender is a 500 ft. tall robot sent to wreak havoc on Earth, Leela murders others after becoming more impulsive, and Fry wonders what life would be like if he never came to the future.
  17. War Is The H-Word: Upon enrolling in the Earth army to get a military discount at the convenience store, Fry and Bender are whisked into war against a planet of ball-like aliens. Meanwhile, Leela secretly enters the ranks to keep an eye on her friends by posing as a man named Lee Lemon.
  18. The Honking: At his late Uncle Vladimir's estate, Bender is run over by a vicious Werecar and is cursed to turn into a 20th century car on a murderous rampage.
  19. The Cryonic Woman: Fry, Leela, and Bender all lose their jobs at Planet Express, and they endeavor to return to their old jobs. Due to a mix-up of their career chips, Fry becomes a career counselor at Applied Cryogenics, where he meets up with a familiar defrostee - his girlfriend from the 20th century, Michelle.

    Season 3 
  1. Amazon Women in the Mood: A double-date for Kif, Amy, Zapp, and Leela ends in disaster when their orbiting restaurant crashes on planet Amazonia. The hulking female inhabitants of the planet take their male captives to the omniscient Femputer, who orders Fry, Zapp, and Kif to death by "snu-snu".
  2. Parasites Lost: When Fry becomes infested with parasitic worms (after eating an egg salad sandwich from a truck-stop bathroom on another planet) that make him stronger and smarter, he finally finds the perfect way to profess his feelings to Leela. Meanwhile, the rest of the crew goes on a Fantastic Voyage-esque journey into Fry's body to eradicate the worms.
  3. A Tale of Two Santas: In the second Xmas episode, a Planet Express mission to Robot Santa's colony on Neptune leaves the murderous robot trapped in the frozen sea, and Bender takes over as Santa, vowing to bring peace and goodwill to Xmas again. But when Bender is mistaken for the real Robot Santa, he is arrested and sentenced to death.
  4. Luck of the Fryish: After a string of bad luck, Fry ventures into the decaying ruins of Old New York to regain his lucky seven-leaf clover from his childhood, only to find that his brother Yancy Fry had stolen not only the clover, but Fry's identity as well. Fry sets out to exhume his brother's body, but discovers the startling truth about Yancy.
  5. The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz: A sober Bender crashes a dark matter tanker on Pluto, threatening the penguin reserve nearby. Leela helps out in the clean-up, but when the penguins begin mating out of control, drastic action must be taken to thin the herd.
  6. Bendless Love: Bender's urge to bend prompts Professor Farnsworth to send him on a rehabilitation visit to a steel factory that's hiring non-union workers during a strike, where he falls in love with a shapely fem-bot named Angleyne (voiced by former Saturday Night Live cast member, Jan Hooks). But Bender's old rival Flexo and the intrusion of the Robot Mafia threaten to throw a wrench into the proceedings.
  7. The Day The Earth Stood Stupid: Leela discovers there's more to her pet Nibbler than meets the eye, and Fry finds himself Earth's last hope when an invasion of intelligence-sucking aliens makes idiots out of everyone on the planet.
  8. That's Lobstertainment!: Dr. Zoidberg reunites with his uncle, silent hologram star Harold Zoid, and the two of them set out to make a movie together. They cast the temperamental Calculon in the lead role, who demands an Oscar for his performance, but the movie doesn't go over well with audiences.
  9. The Cyber House Rules: Leela meets up with her former orphanarium playmate Adlai Atkins, now a plastic surgeon, who offers to grant Leela surgery that will give her two eyes. Meanwhile, Bender adopts twelve orphans in order to collect $1200 in government stipends.
  10. Where the Buggalo Roam: When Amy's parents' ranch is hit by a dust storm that blows away their herd of buggalo, Kif sets out to prove his masculinity by rounding up the herd, only to become entangled with the native Martians.
  11. Insane in the Mainframe: Accused of robbing a bank, Fry and Bender plead insanity and are both sent to a robot insane asylum. While Bender and his buddy Roberto plan an escape, Fry is brainwashed into thinking that he is a robot.
  12. The Route of All Evil: Farnsworth's clone Cubert teams up with Hermes' son Dwight to launch a newspaper delivery business. Farnsworth and Hermes scoff at the kids' efforts - until the delivery boys accumulate enough capital to buy out Planet Express. Meanwhile, Fry and Leela use Bender to brew their own homemade beer.
  13. Bendin' in the Wind: When Bender is paralyzed in a tragic can opener accident, he discovers his musical washboard skills and goes on tour as a member of Beck's folk-rock band, acting as a voice for broken robots everywhere. Fry, Leela, Amy, and Zoidberg tag along in Fry's antique 1960s VW van.
  14. Time Keeps on Slippin': While creating a team of mutants to play the Harlem Globetrotters, the Professor accidentally causes a disruption in time that threatens the existence of the universe. Meanwhile, Fry tries to win an unreceptive Leela's heart.
  15. I Dated A Robot: Fry discovers the ability to download any celebrity onto a blank robot, and chooses to download Lucy Liu, with whom he falls madly in love. Repulsed by this disgusting display of human/robot love, Leela, Bender, and Zoidberg set out to shut down Nappster.com and put an end to illegal celebrity downloads forever.
  16. A Leela of Her Own: Leela endeavors to become the first female blernsball player, but her lack of depth perception hinders her skills and makes her a novelty pitcher.
  17. A Pharaoh to Remember: Bender fears that nobody will remember him after he dies, and sees his chance for immortality when the crew is enslaved on the planet Osiris 4. Posing as the planet's new pharaoh, Bender orders a humongous statue built in his honor, and quickly goes mad with power.
  18. Anthology of Interest II: In this second Three Shorts episode, Bender lives life as a human — and finds that his vices are actually bad for him, Fry uses his video game skills to save the world, and Leela goes on a Wizard of Oz-style journey to find her real family.
  19. Roswell that Ends Well: After Fry puts metal in the microwave during a supernova, the Planet Express crew is catapulted back to 1947, where Bender is mistaken for a spaceship, Zoidberg is mistaken for an alien, and Fry becomes his own grandfather.
  20. Godfellas: Bender is accidentally shot out of the ship's torpedo tube and becomes lost in space. Floating through the ethereal darkness, Bender becomes inhabited with tiny alien life forms, but has trouble playing God to their unyielding prayers.
  21. Future Stock: With Planet Express in financial trouble, Fry nominates a flashy businessman from the 1980s to replace Professor Farnsworth as CEO of the company.
  22. The 30% Iron Chef: Bender runs away after overhearing everyone talk about his Lethal Chef skills, and ends up training with the great chef Helmut Spargle. Meanwhile, Zoidberg breaks the Professor's ship in a bottle and pins the blame on Fry.

    Season 4 
  1. Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch: A holoshed accident leads to an unexpected pregnancy — Kif's. And things get worse when Amy is named the one who impregnated Kif and worries over parenthood ruining her party girl lifestyle.
  2. Leela's Homeworld: When Bender disposes nuclear waste in the sewers, the angry mutants drag him, Fry, and Leela down to the depths to be mutated. As they attempt to escape, Leela makes an incredible discovery about her true heritage — and goes after two hooded strangers who may have been closer to her parents than she thinks.
  3. Love and Rocket: Bender falls deeply in love with the Planet Express ship autopilot's female voice setting. Meanwhile, Fry searches for the perfect candy heart to properly convey his feelings for Leela.
  4. Less than Hero: Dr. Zoidberg's mysterious miracle cream gives Fry and Leela superpowers, and they team up with Bender to become the "New Justice Team".
  5. A Taste of Freedom: On Freedom Day (the 31st century version of Independence Day, with a little bit of Mardi Gras added), Zoidberg gets in trouble for devouring the Earthican flag and is found guilty by the new Supreme Court, but before the death sentence can be carried out, Zoidberg's people invade Earth in protest.
  6. Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television: After a child robot actor breaks down (literally) during an episode of All My Circuits, Bender auditions for the replacement role, and becomes a bad influence on Earthican kids who see his smoking, drinking, and general debauchery as fun to imitate.
  7. Jurassic Bark: In this heartbreaking episode, Fry finds the fossilized remains of his pet dog, Seymour, and takes it to Professor Farnsworth's lab to be revived.
  8. Crimes of the Hot: The rapid increase in global warming is traced to a ventilation flaw that Professor Farnsworth failed to correct in his first robot prototype, and now Earth's population of robots is imperiled.
  9. Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles: The crew's attempts to de-age Professor Farnsworth result in everyone becoming young again. While Farnsworth seeks out a way to re-age the crew, the newly-teenaged Leela takes the opportunity to experience the childhood she never had.
  10. The Why of Fry: Still unable to impress Leela, Fry sadly suspects that he has no importance in life - until Nibbler takes him on a mission to prevent the brains from destroying the universe. In the process, Fry learns what really happened when he was cryogenically frozen on December 31, 1999.
  11. Where No Fan Has Gone Before: Fry leads the crew on a quest across the galaxy to regain the forbidden 79 episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series, where they encounter the original cast of the show (who left Leonard Nimoy on Earth when Star Trek was being banned and they had to get rid of everything associated with the show) - as well as their captor, an obsessive energy being named Melllvar.
  12. The Sting: A mission to collect honey from deadly space bees apparently leads to Fry's sting-induced death. Leela is wracked with remorse, until Fry visits her in her dreams, and Leela's sense of reality becomes warped.
  13. Bend Her: In order to keep the medals he won in the Fembot's division of the 3004 Olympics, Bender is surgically rebuilt to become a fembot. Things become complicated when "Coilette" ends up romantically entangled with Calculon.
  14. Obsoletely Fabulous: Bender is incompatible with Professor Farnsworth's new Robot 1-X, but rather than get an upgrade, Bender escapes to a desert island to start his life anew. There, he meets several other outdated robots and receives a downgrade, then leads his new comrades in a rebellion against technology.
  15. The Farnsworth Parabox: Professor Farnsworth forbids the crew to look inside a mysterious box, which may contain a portal to a parallel universe.
  16. Three Hundred Big Boys: In this interconnected episode, viewers get to see what their favorite Futurama characters plan to do with the $300 government refund check they've been given.
  17. Spanish Fry: Fry is abducted by aliens, who harvest his nose as an aphrodisiac.
  18. The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings: In the first Series Finale, Fry trades his human hands for the Robot Devil's in order to play the holophonor and impress Leela.

    Movies/Season 5 (each movie counts as four episodes) 
  1. Bender's Big Score: Fry learns he has a tattoo of Bender on his buttocks that has universal consequences, and nudist alien scammers take over Planet Express and use a virus to force Bender to do their bidding.
  2. The Beast with a Billion Backs: A direct sequel to Bender's Big Score, Fry has fallen in love with a colossal tentacled monster from another universe, which begins spreading its influence (and its tentacles) everywhere.
  3. Bender's Game: While the rest of the Planet Express crew gets entangled in Mom's plot to corner the market on dark matter, Bender becomes too obsessed with playing Dungeons and Dragons.
  4. Into the Wild Green Yonder: Environmentalism, a cult of mentally ill bums, and run-ins with the Robot Mafia all collide in this Series Fauxnale of the series.

    Season 6 
  1. Rebirth: Picking up where Into the Wild Green Yonder left off, Farnsworth uses a birthing machine and resurrects everyone, but complications ensue with both Fry and Leela.
  2. In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela: Zapp Brannigan and Leela find themselves as the only people inhabiting a Garden of Eden-style planet. Meanwhile, a rogue satellite begins attacking planets by censoring them and has Earth in its sights.
  3. Attack of the Killer App: Everyone in New New York City becomes obsessed with the new eyePhone, completely unaware that Mom is planning to brainwash them. Meanwhile, Bender and Fry bet each other that they can get more Internet followers, and Leela has an embarrassing blemish that Fry uses to win the bet.
  4. Proposition Infinity: Amy and Bender become a couple and petition to have robot-human relationships legalized.
  5. The-Duh-Vinci-Code: Fry discovers a drawing of Leonardo da Vinci's fabled lost invention hidden in the inventor's beard that Farnsworth had kept.
  6. Lethal Inspection: Bender finds out that he was born without a back-up system, and won't be able to put his memories into a back-up robot body when he dies.
  7. The Late Phillip J. Fry: Fry blows off a date with Leela after Professor Farnsworth and Bender take Fry on a ride inside a time machine that can only go forward.
  8. That Darn Katz!: Amy and Nibbler must fight back against her professor's pet cat, who is brainwashing the people of Earth.
  9. A Clockwork Origin: The Planet Express crew experiences evolution firsthand after getting stranded on a lifeless asteroid.
  10. The Prisoner of Benda: Professor Farnsworth and Amy build a machine that allows them to switch minds so that they may each pursue their lifelong dreams. However, they learn that the machine cannot be used twice on the same pairing of bodies. To try to return to their rightful bodies, they involve the rest of the crew in the mind switches, leaving each member free to pursue their own personal endeavors in a different crew member's body.
  11. Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences: The ruler of the planet Omicron Persei 8, Lrrr experiences marriage trouble with his queen, Ndnd and has a midlife crisis that involves being the object of desire to a woman who likes to dress up as an alien.
  12. The Mutants are Revolting: In this, the 100th episode, Leela's status as a mutant is exposed to the public and she is deported from the surface and forced to live with other mutants in the sewers.
  13. The Futurama Holiday Spectacular: A Three Shorts Christmas Episode based around the three winter holidays previously featured on the show: Xmas, Kwanzaa, and Robanukah.
  14. The Silence of the Clamps: Bender goes into witness relocation after testifying against the Robot Mafia.
  15. Möbius Dick: Leela hunts a mysterious four-dimensional whale, but like Captain Ahab in the actual book, Leela's obsession with the whale drives her to insanity.
  16. Law and Oracle: Fed up with his go-nowhere job as a delivery boy, Fry joins the police force.
  17. Benderama: Bender creates duplicates of himself, who in turn create duplicates of themselves, until they threaten to consume all of the matter on Earth.
  18. The Tip of the Zoidberg: The Planet Express crew learn the truth about Farnsworth and Zoidberg's pasts.
  19. Ghost in the Machines: Bender, angry at Fry for valuing human life over robot life, kills himself in a suicide booth (actually murdered, since the suicide booth was Bender's ex-girlfriend, who is bitter over being dumped), but when the Robot Devil tells Bender that he's in limbo, Bender tries to get back to the mortal realm by possessing machinery.
  20. Neutopia: A genderless alien switches the sexes of everyone who works for Planet Express so he can learn about gender relations.
  21. Yo Leela Leela: Leela becomes popular when she creates her own kids show called Rumbledy Hump, but Bender blackmails her when he finds out that Rumbledy Hump is based on real aliens who look like kids' show characters.
  22. Fry Am the Egg Man: Fry nurtures an egg purchased at a farmers' market, which later hatches into a living creature that may be a threat to mankind.
  23. All The Presidents' Heads: History is altered when the crew travel back in time.
  24. Cold Warriors: Planet Express is quarantined when Fry catches a cold (which has been eradicated 500 years ago and preserved in Fry thanks to his being frozen for 1000 years), and flashbacks from Fry's childhood show his relationship with his father.
  25. Overclockwise: In yet another Series Fauxnale, Bender is overclocked by Cubert Farnsworth, gradually becoming more powerful in computing ability, until eventually becoming omniscient and able to foresee events in the future. Meanwhile, Cubert and Professor Farnsworth are tried in court by Mom for violating Bender's license agreement and Fry and Leela question their relationship.
  26. Reincarnation: Futurama is depicted as three different animated genres: a black-and-white, rubber-hosed cartoon from the 1930s, an 8-bit video game from the early 1980s, and an anime from the 1970s (with some features associated with 1960s and 1990s anime, such as Cubert as a character from Speed Racer, Amy as a Sailor Moon-esque Magical Girl Warrior, and Bender as a Gundam Wing-style giant robot).

    Season 7 
  1. The Bots and the Bees: Planet Express gets a new soda dispensing machine named Bev, who instantly clashes with Bender, but during a late-night fight, they make out and Bev ends up giving birth to a robot son the next day.
  2. A Farewell to Arms: The Planet Express crew uncovers an ancient Martian calendar (that looks suspiciously like the one the Mayans created) that predicts that the world will come to an end in the year 3012 (which happens to be the current year).
  3. Decision 3012: Nixon runs for re-re-election against a competent politician who is accused of being an alien when his Earth birth certificate cannot be found.
  4. The Thief of Baghead: Bender becomes a paparazzo and tries to get a picture of an actor whose face has to be hidden for the good of mankind.
  5. Zapp Dingbat: Zapp Brannigan loses interest in Leela and instead turns his attentions towards her mother, Turanga Munda, who just divorced her husband.
  6. The Butterjunk Effect: Leela and Amy volunteer to be players in the brutal, redneck sport of Butterfly Derby and get hooked on a performance enhancer made from butterfly hormones.
  7. The Six Million Dollar Mon: After firing himself from working at Planet Express, Hermes replaces parts of his body with robotic counterparts to increase his productivity.
  8. Fun on a Bun: Fry's drunken antics at an Oktoberfest land him in a civilization of Neanderthals, while everyone else believes that Fry died in a sausage-making accident.
  9. Free Will Hunting: After going to college and turning to a life of crime to pay off a debt to the Robot Mafia, Bender discovers that, because he's a robot, he has no free will and was mechanically predisposed to do what he's told and sets out to prove that robots are capable of being independent thinkers.
  10. Near-Death Wish: Professor Farnsworth's parents are found to still be alive on the Near-Death Star.
  11. 31st Century Fox: Bender fights for the rights of robot foxes after finding out that robot foxes are being hunted for sport.
  12. Viva Mars Vegas: The crew stages a casino heist to recover the Wong family's fortune stolen from the Robot Mafia.
  13. Naturama: The Futurama characters are depicted as animals in a three-part documentary episode.
  14. 2-D Blacktop: The Planet Express crew gets trapped in a two-dimensional world thanks to a street racing group.
  15. Fry and Leela's Big Fling: Fry and Leela's romantic trip goes south when Leela's oft-mentioned, but never-seen boyfriend, Sean, drops by and Amy, Bender, and Zoidberg have to rescue Fry and Leela from their vacation spot (which is an intergalactic zoo).
  16. T.: The Terrestial: In an inverted parody of E.T.: The Extraterrestrial, Fry gets left behind on Omicron Persei 8 (which has blocked off all trade and communication with Earth) after the Planet Express crew sneak onto the planet to gather an herb needed for the Professor's tea.
  17. Forty Percent Leadbelly: Bender meets his hero, a famous folksinger who has been in jail 30 times, during a convict transport, and uses a wireless 3-D printer to duplicate his success, but the wireless connection between Bender's brain and the 3-D printer turns his folk song about an angry space railbot hunting down Bender into a reality.
  18. The Inhuman Torch: Bender becomes a firefighter, and ends up housing a solar flare who wants to blow up the Earth from the inside.
  19. Saturday Morning Fun Pit: Amid angry protests from Moral Guardians on the White House lawn, the head of Richard Nixon and the headless body of Spiro Agnew hosts a special episode, featuring the Futurama gang in parodies of Saturday morning favorites from the late 1970s into the 1980s: A Scooby-Doo parody called Bender Boo and the Mystery Crew (featuring guest appearances by George Takei, Larry Bird, and the Harlem Globetrotters), a Merchandise-Driven Strawberry Shortcake-meets-The Smurfs parody called Purpleberry Pond that has more shameless plugs for its cereal than it does actual story content, and an ultraviolent G.I. Joe parody called G.I. Zapp that Nixon tries to edit for content.
  20. Calculon 2.0: Calculon (who died in "Thief of Baghead") is backed-up and put into the body of a new robot so he can return to All My Circuits, only to learn that his over-the-top acting is over-the-hill.
  21. Assie Come Home: Bender searches the universe for his shiny, metal ass after an alien street gang has him stripped down to his bulb eyes and mouth grille.
  22. Leela and the Genestalk: Leela becomes mutated and is captured by Mom of Mom's Friendly Robot Company.
  23. Game of Tones: A mysterious alien song is causing devastating earthquakes on Earth and the only way to find its source is to go back to 1999, when Fry first heard the noise, but all Fry wants to do is reconnect with the family he left behind.
  24. Murder on the Planet Express: To combat current theft and trust issues, the Planet Express goes on a space morale retreat — and end up trapped on the ship with a shapeshifter who could be anyone on board.
  25. Stench and Stenchability: Zoidberg falls for a flower vendor, who has no sense of smell, while Bender competes in a tap dancing competition against a cute, but dangerous little girl.
  26. Meanwhile: The fourth (and most likely final) Grand Finale. Professor Farnsworth invents a button that can take a person 10 seconds back in time, inadvertently causing major consequences, and Fry and Leela finally get married.
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