Futurama

Futurestock - S4-E9

Trivia: The banner in the robot bar mitzvah translates to 'Today I am a robot'.

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

Anthology of Interest 2 - S4-E3

Trivia: On the DVD commentary, David Cohens mentions that Matt Groening's favourite line in the entire show is 'You watched it, you can't unwatch it. Stay tuned for more Tales Of Interest' spoken by Maurice La Marche as the narrator for this episode. Groening confirms this himself.

A Pharaoh to Remember - S4-E7

Trivia: Bender says he wants a statue "1 billion cubits" in height. Given the standard cubit being 1.5 feet, that would be a statue over 284,000 miles high.

Bishop73

Roswell That Ends Well - S4-E1

Trivia: As the Planet Express ship flies into the hangar, look at the windows of the hangar. They spell out the word "DAMNED"

Movie Nut

Love and Rocket - S4-E4

Trivia: When being fired upon, Fry says "shields at maximum yarnell." Shields and Yarnell were a dance and mime comedy duo that specialized in impersonating robots. Lorene Yarnell is probably best known for playing Dot Matrix in "Spaceballs."

Bishop73

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

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