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Fry and the Slurm Factory - S2-E4

Trivia: When the professor is playing 3-D scrabble, his letters appear to spell "futurama"

Piemanmoo

Trivia: The show's title was taken from one of the main exhibits at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

Jurassic Bark - S5-E2

Trivia: When Fry goes to the freezing place and discovers that he was sent on a hoax, he puts the pizza on the table, Nibblers eye pops out from the bin (it is revealed that Nibbler pushes Fry into the freezing unit).

Episode Two: The Series Has Landed - S1-E2

Trivia: When Amy is trying to get the keys out of the claw machine the games in the background have names like "Gender-Neutral Pac-Person" and "Mortal Kooperation(sic)"

Brannigan Begin Again - S2-E6

Trivia: One of the pieces in Bender and Fry's chess game at the beginning of the episode is Lurr of the Planet Omicron Persei 8.

Xmas Story - S2-E8

Trivia: When Fry is in the pet shop looking for a present for Leela, the one eared rabbit in the cage, is a character from Matt Groening's first comic strip, Life in Hell.

When Aliens Attack - S2-E3

Trivia: Omicron Persei is actually a real star 1000 light years away from earth.

A Tale of Two Santas - S4-E2

Trivia: In the elves' workshop, Leela turns the controls up to the highest speed. This is a reference to a classic episode of I Love Lucy, where Lucy works in a chocolate factory, and the candies come out on the conveyor belt much too fast for her to wrap.

Krista

I, Roommate - S1-E3

Trivia: The title of this episode ("I, Roommate") is a parody of one of Isaac Asimov's books, entitled "I, Robot."

Episode Two: The Series Has Landed - S1-E2

Trivia: The creators were well into the late animation stage when they realized that the original moon lander had left the moon. They then added the plaque in the background that says "Returned by the historical sticklers society".

The Why of Fry - S5-E8

Trivia: At the beginning of the episode, when Fry walks into the room wearing an orange space suit, you can see that Amy is busy reading a book (so busy she doesn't mind the odd liquid inside Zoidberg's bathtub being splattered all over her). The book's title is "Martians are from Mars, Venutians are from Venus."

The Six Million Dollar Mon - S7-E7

Trivia: The graffiti in Alienese on Yuri's building translates to "If you lived here, you'd be homeless by now."

Bishop73

Meanwhile - S7-E26

Trivia: While at Luna Park, Bender throws a beer bottle and it sticks in the moon-head creature's eye. This is a reference to the image of the man in the moon with a bullet in his eye, from the 1902 French film, A Trip to the Moon (considered to be the first sci-fi movie).

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Mobius Dick - S6-E21

Trivia: Amy's mother says, "My days of joy and luck are over. Guess I have to leave that club." This is a reference to the novel "Joy Luck Club," the film adaptation of which starred the voice actor for Amy and her mother, Lauren Tom.

Trivia: The version of Baseball in the 31st Century, Blurnsball, came about when, stuck for time, someone put up a schedule for the week with Blurnsday as an eight day.

Trivia: Despite all the references to it in Futurama, Matt Groening has never seen an episode of Star Trek.

Fry and the Slurm Factory - S2-E4

Trivia: Pamela Anderson voiced one of the babes.

Piemanmoo

Crimes of the Hot - S5-E1

Trivia: The scientist with the degree in homeopathic medicine has a degree from Evergreen State College, creator Matt Groening's alma mater.

Xofer

The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings - S5-E16

Trivia: When Bender and Fry are with the Robot-Devil and he spins the wheel to decide whose hands he'll give to Fry, each and every name that appears on the wheel (freeze frame to see them all) are robots that have actually appeared in the series at one point or another. Verified on the DVD commentary.

2-D Blacktop - S7-E14

Trivia: The chandelier that Bender carries to the ship is a duplicate of the Mother Ship in the 1977 classic "Close Encounters of the Third Kind".

Movie Nut

Where No Fan Has Gone Before - S4-E12

Trivia: As Sulu is telling the story, the vessel firing the rocket with the "sacred texts" of 79 episodes, six movies, and blooper reel, with minor differences, very closely resembles the Eagle vehicles in the British Sci-Fi series Space: 1999.

A Leela of Her Own - S4-E10

Trivia: As the crew look at Blernsball displays, they come to races that broke the color barrier. The uniform and cap on the second one has the Star Trek logos on them, and the fourth is a native of the planet Sharron (Seen in the Star Trek episode "Let That Be Your Last Battleground").

Movie Nut

A Head in the Polls - S2-E7

Trivia: As Amy talks to the Hemp party representative, the representative for the Bull Space Moose Party is Bullwinkle J. Moose with antennae on his horns.

Movie Nut

A Head in the Polls - S2-E7

Trivia: In the beginning, Bender and Fry are watching an episode of "The Scary Door", based on The Twilight Zone. In it, a man is billed as "The Last Man On Earth", and he is walking into a library. This is a mirror of the episode "Time Enough At Last", where the man is the survivor of a bombing holocaust, and winds up at a public library, saying there was time at last to read.

Movie Nut

Brannigan Begin Again - S2-E6

Trivia: In the opening, Fry and Bender are playing Holographic Chess. The setup (including the alcove they're in) is paying homage to the chess scene in "Star Wars" between Chewbacca and R2D2.

Movie Nut

I Second That Emotion - S2-E5

Trivia: When being shown around the sewers, the group comes to the church. When Fry looks inside, the set up is done as cathedral in the movie "Beneath the Planet of the Apes", the second of the original "Ape" series.

Movie Nut

Murder on the Planet Express - S7-E24

Trivia: There is an outside shot of the Planet Express at the start of the scene where they meet Dan McMasters. During this shot, a truck is visible driving with arcade cabinets attached to the back. One of the cabinets shows the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game from the movie Wreck-It Ralph.

That's Lobstertainment! - S3-E8

Trivia: At the awards you can very briefly see Jar Jar Binks from Star Wars in a head jar (his head is purple for some reason).

Kane A R

Fry and the Slurm Factory - S2-E4

Trivia: At the beginning when they are flying through the city on the big screen is one of Matt Groening's first Simpsons cartoons.

Parasites Lost - S3-E4

Trivia: When the main characters are watching Fry through the two-way mirror, Hermes is eating popcorn out of a jai alai scoop. This is explained in a deleted scene, where Hermes says someone is stealing silverware from the kitchen so everyone has to use the scoops. The missing silverware is also explained in a deleted scene, where it's explained that the parasites are forcing Fry to eat silverware because they need metal for their city. When the group goes inside Fry to get rid of the parasites, you can see the top of a butter knife as part of one of the buildings.

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Zapp Brannigan: Brannigan's law is like Brannigan's love - hard and fast.

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When Fry falls into the cryogenic chamber his whistle drops right next to the chair. When it cuts, the whistle is gone.

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