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*DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Lrrr getting date-raped by a "cross-species-dresser" (a human woman in a [[LatexPerfection incredibly convincing Omicronian costume]]) is PlayedForLaughs.


* BrickJoke: At the Comiccon, Lrr's only success is that he buys J.J. Abrams' face for Ndnd, who complains there's no point to it, since he never takes her anywhere she can wear it. When they attend a play about how the Omicronians took over Earth, she uses it as a lorgnette.

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* BrickJoke: At the Comiccon, Comicon, Lrr's only success is that he buys J.J. Abrams' face for Ndnd, who complains there's no point to it, since he never takes her anywhere she can wear it. When they attend a play about how the Omicronians took over Earth, she uses it as a lorgnette.



** Orson Welle's complaining about Fry's script is a reference to the infamous ''Frozen Peas'' commercial.

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** Orson Welle's Welles complaining about Fry's script is a reference to the infamous ''Frozen Peas'' commercial.



* WhoWritesThisCrap: Orson Welle's Head complains about Fry's poorly written scenario. He's bribed into compliance with a cheese log.

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* WhoWritesThisCrap: Orson Welle's Head Welles complains about Fry's poorly written scenario. He's bribed into compliance with a cheese log.


* TheCastShowoff: Maurice [=LaMarche=] showing off his Creator/OrsonWelles impersonation.

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* SomethingElseAlsoRises: Inverted. When Bender sees a fold-out of a naked Omicronian woman, his eyes flop.

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* BrickJoke: At the Comiccon, Lrr's only success is that he buys J.J. Abrams' face for Ndnd, who complains there's no point to it, since he never takes her anywhere she can wear it. When they attend a play about how the Omicronians took over Earth, she uses it as a lorgnette.
* TheCastShowoff: Maurice [=LaMarche=] showing off his Creator/OrsonWelles impersonation.


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* ShoutOut:
** Urrmrmrfrr or Consequences, otherwise known as Truth or Consequences
** Orson Welle's complaining about Fry's script is a reference to the infamous ''Frozen Peas'' commercial.
** When Fry mentions calling Orson, Bender paraphrases Mork of ''Series/MorkAndMindy'' and his catchphrase ("Dork calling Orson, dork calling Orson.")


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** Not to mention the broadcast.


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* WholePlotReference: The faked invasion is one both in and out of universe to the old ''War of the Worlds'' broadcast that caused a panic.
* WhoWritesThisCrap: Orson Welle's Head complains about Fry's poorly written scenario. He's bribed into compliance with a cheese log.


* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Fry's HeroicSacrfice by taking a hit from a vaporizer, which turned out to be a teleporter.]]

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Fry's HeroicSacrfice HeroicSacrifice by taking a hit from a vaporizer, which turned out to be a teleporter.]]



* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Fry takes a hit from a DisintegrationRay aimed at Leela. Fortunately, it was actually a TeleportGun.]]

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* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Fry takes a hit from a DisintegrationRay DisintegratorRay aimed at Leela. Fortunately, it was actually a TeleportGun.]]


* ChekhovsGun: Quite literal, in this case. In the beginning Farnsworth confesses that the vaporizing guns sold on the back of comic books are actually {{Teleport Gun}}s. [[spoiler:This comes in handy later on when Fry is hit with one.]]



* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Fry's HeroicSacrfice by taking a hit from a vaporizer, which turned out to be a teleporter.]]
* GoneHorriblyRight: The plan to get Ndnd to take Lrrr back by faking his conquest of Earth. Zapp overheard the fake broadcast, thought it was real, and [[spoiler:surrender Earth's defenses to Lrrr, thus making his conquest real.]]



** BoringInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real peril as the title character, with thirty-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** BoringInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real peril as the title character, with thirty-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.danger.
* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Fry takes a hit from a DisintegrationRay aimed at Leela. Fortunately, it was actually a TeleportGun.]]
* YourCostumeNeedsWork: Lrrr invades Earth during the costume contest at the San Diego [=ComicCon=] and is mistaken for another contestant.


** BoringInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** BoringInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama peril as the title character, with third-something thirty-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.


** invincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** invincibleHero: BoringInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.


** lnvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** lnvincibleHero: invincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.


** BoringlnvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** BoringlnvincibleHero: lnvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.


** BoringlyInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** BoringlyInvincibleHero: BoringlnvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.


** BoringlyInvincebleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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** BoringlyInvincebleHero: BoringlyInvincibleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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Lrrr, RULER OF OMICRON PERSEI VIII, is once again having problems with Ndnd. Kicked out of his castle, he finds refuge on Earth, and undergoes a mid-life crisis.

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* ContinuityNod: When Lrrr and Leela meet at Comicon, Leela nonchalantly remarks that Lrrr once tried to eat her, as seen in "The Problem With Popplers".
* StylisticSuck: Fry's 'Deliveryman' comic. Besides the bad artwork...
** BoringlyInvincebleHero: As Leela points out, there's no real drama as the title character, with third-something superpowers, is never in any real danger.

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