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That's Lobstertainment! - S3-E8

Trivia: Harold Zoid's name is a nod to the famous silent movie star, Harold Lloyd.

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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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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).

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Fry/Bender: Pop a Poppler in your mouth, When you come to Fishy Joe's, What they're made of is a mystery, Where they come from, no one knows. You can pick 'em, you can lick 'em, You can chew 'em, you can stick 'em, And if you promise not to sue us, You can shove one up your nose.

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Mistakes

As the power builds up in Bender, his left eye pops out, making him a cyclops, subsequently being eaten by the Cyclops eater. After the monster dies, Bender comes out, and has two eyes in the long shot, but puts his left eye back in the close up.

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