Futurama: Bender's Game

Synopsis: The Planet Express crew get trapped in a fantasy world.
Director(s): Dwayne Carey-Hill
Production: 20th Century Fox Television
  1 nomination.
88 min

Rednecks insulted us.

So? Let it go.

Don't let your temper get the better of...



Using this magneto,

I will now guide the keys up the thorax

and out via the frontal face hole.


That's the storage locker, the bolt,

the other bolt, pay dirt!

(SINGING) Rocket ship.

Rocket ship.

Greetings, sports fans.

Though whether

this outpouring of inbreds

can in fact be classified as a sport

is a subject of no small scholarly debate.

Well, wells, well, if it ain'ts

Princess Pukerella

and her pukey puke-mobile.

Oh, yeah? Well... Shut up.

-Good comeback, Leela.

-You shut up, too.


Rich Little, here, as Howard Cosell.

And now to grace us with its rendition

of the national anthem,

please welcome what is lef

of the Dixie Chicks

afer their tragic

matter transporter accident.

We 're in horrible pain.


And we are underway.


Yes! Now we're inflicting.

Outstanding! Tonight we are

witnessing a veritable clinic

and that ludicrous hullabaloo

known as demolition derby.

Way to kill the franchise, Bakula.

Ladies and gentlemen,

we are down to our final two ships.

In the storied annals of demolition derby,

today will surely be remembered,

if only as the day

upon which I was absorbed

into that hideous conglomeration

once known as the Dixie Chicks.

Buckle your sphincters.


-No! No!


-That broad's insanes.

-But you're insansier, right?

Nah, I guess nots.

I've decideds to relax

and enjoy life from now ons.



Yes! We did it!

AndPlanet Express takes the trophy.

(SINGING) Rocket ship.



Now, I'll use the magnet

to get the keys back in there.

What? You mean I cut a big hole

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Matt Groening

Matthew Abraham Groening ( ( listen) GRAY-ning; born February 15, 1954) is an American cartoonist, writer, producer, animator, and voice actor. He is the creator of the comic strip Life in Hell (1977–2012) and the television series The Simpsons (1989–present), Futurama (1999–2003, 2008–2013), and the upcoming Disenchantment (2018). The Simpsons is the longest-running U.S. primetime-television series in history and the longest-running U.S. animated series and sitcom. Groening made his first professional cartoon sale of Life in Hell to the avant-garde Wet magazine in 1978. At its peak, the cartoon was carried in 250 weekly newspapers. Life in Hell caught the attention of James L. Brooks. In 1985, Brooks contacted Groening with the proposition of working in animation for the Fox variety show The Tracey Ullman Show. Originally, Brooks wanted Groening to adapt his Life in Hell characters for the show. Fearing the loss of ownership rights, Groening decided to create something new and came up with a cartoon family, the Simpson family, and named the members after his own parents and sisters—while Bart was an anagram of the word brat. The shorts would be spun off into their own series The Simpsons, which has since aired 639 episodes. In 1997, Groening and former Simpsons writer David X. Cohen developed Futurama, an animated series about life in the year 3000, which premiered in 1999, running for four years on Fox, then picked up by Comedy Central for additional seasons. Groening is currently developing a new series for Netflix titled Disenchantment, which is set to premiere in 2018. Groening has won 12 Primetime Emmy Awards, ten for The Simpsons and two for Futurama as well as a British Comedy Award for "outstanding contribution to comedy" in 2004. In 2002, he won the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award for his work on Life in Hell. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 14, 2012. more…

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