Put Your Head on My Shoulders - Wikipedia
Throughout the history of Futurama, the relationship between Philip J. Fry I In the episode Insane in the Mainframe, when fry believes himself to be a When the Planet Express crew were turned into teenagers, Fry and Leela went on at least one date. However Robot Leela is jealous and the two start fighting over him. "Put Your Head on My Shoulders" is the seventh episode in the second season of the American animated television series Futurama. Chris Louden. The episode focuses on a romantic relationship between Fry and Amy. With Valentine's Day approaching, Bender decides to start a computer dating service. Fry worries. In the episode "Overclockwise", Leela refers to her relationship with Fry as "on again, off again".
Planet Express gets the contract and with the additional funding, Professor Farnsworth makes some upgrades to the Planet Express Ship. The upgrades include a new personality, complete with a female voice module. Bender and the ship's new personality fall for each other and start dating. Bender quickly grows tired of the ship, and begins cheating on her. The ship, suspicious of Bender, begins acting in an increasingly possessive and erratic manner.
The crew is assigned the task of delivering several tons of conversation hearts to Lrrr as a peace offering. The Omicronians are highly offended by the chalky candies and their saccharine messages.
While escaping from the Omicronian death fleet, Bender decides to break up with the Planet Express Ship. This cracks the ship's fragile mind, and it comes to a stop, allowing the Omicronian missiles to strike. The ship is sent tumbling through space, dented and scorched, but physically intact. Leela attempts to console the ship, but fails. The ship decides to fly into a quasar so that the power of the ten billion black holes in it will merge her and Bender into a perfect quantum singularity.
She offers to stop if Bender merges his programming with hers, but he refuses. To eliminate any interference from Fry or Leela, the ship turns off the oxygen and artificial gravity.
They don the on-board oxygen tanks to survive and make plans to disable the ship. Bender distracts the ship by taking her up on her earlier proposal to merge their programming, while Leela begins shutting down the ship's brain by popping the tops of its carbonated logic unit. Cohen along with the male cast, gave a sneak peak of the first three minutes of the first episode's animatic. Original concept According to the commentaries for the episode, David X.
Cohen and Matt Groening had a completely different idea for the return of the show. In it, the crew would appear in another universe, or a distant part of our universe, as a result of passing through the wormhole at the end of Into the Wild Green Yonder. Fry and Leela would wake up in a beautiful paradise of natural beauty, and are just about to start kissing and making out when they realize that they are in a zoo inclosure. An alien race has captured the crew, and want to breed humans.
While Leela is turned off by this and loses interest, Fry is even more turned on by the crowds watching them. The alien race then throws in Zapp Brannigan to have two males fighting over one female. At this point, Matt Groening "very wisely" suggested that the crew would return to Earthinstead, and that the series would pretty much continue where it left off.
Reviews "Rebirth" received positive to mixed reviews. IGN's Robert Canning rated it 7. Though, as IGN's Robert Canning noted, they weren't certain if this was the return to the Futurama they "knew and loved". Trivia The title caption for the episode is the same as the title. Leela tells Fry that if he had died, she probably would have built a copy of him too; as it turns out in the twist, however, that's exactly what she did.
The doomsday device the Professor uses to power Bender looked similar to the Spheroboom which Bender stole from the Professor, and again from - then used against - the Scammer Aliens in Bender's Big Score. However, this doomsday device is smaller than the Spheroboom.
Put Your Head on My Shoulders
In some reruns, the first line that Bender says while the Hypnotoad is shown on screen is, "This has been a test of the Emergency Hypnotoad System. Had this been an actual hypnosis, you would go limp and watch whatever crap comes on next. This is also the version seen on the DVD. The version from the original airing is included as a deleted scene.
Rebirth is one of only four episodes of season 6 to contain the full opening sequence, the others being " That Darn Katz! Beginning with " In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela ", the opening sequence becomes abridged by cutting some parts of the flight of the Planet Express Ship and eliminating the opening cartoon.
Sky1 aired this episode on 22 July,after being originally scheduled for premiere six months earlier on 7 January, When this episode airs in local syndication on ABC affiliates Bender's monologue and the joke about Comedy Central is removed, this maybe due to the fact that these episodes play right after " The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings ". So if anyone doesn't see season 5 they might be confused about the ship crashing.
Continuity Kif is supported by a system of fluid-filled bladders, as in " Where the Buggalo Roam ". This is the second episode in which Leela falls into a coma, the first being " The Sting ". Once again, we see Bender has difficulty getting up from lying on his back, as proven in " Crimes of the Hot ".
When Hermes profiles Leela's personality, the computer says Leela's shoe size is Fry's afro makes its first appearance since " Anthology of Interest I ". It will appear again in " A Clockwork Origin ". Stem cells were actually revealed, or at least assumed, to not be controversial in " Three Hundred Big Boys " when Professor Farnsworth used them at Geneworks to temporatily make himself appear younger.
The Professor never mentioned his stem cell therapy to Fry in " Three Hundred Big Boys ", and Fry is the only one who might take issue with it. Additionally, it isn't mentioned whether the stem cells the Professor used previously are adult stem cells or infant stem cells.
When the second Fry comes out of the stem-pool, he calls his robot self a "dork. In Bender's Big Score, he also makes fun of his time duplicate at the cryogenic lab. In most episodes of the second runBender usually dances as much as he can eg.
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Censorship This episode was subject to censorship by Pick TV. When he says that "[they're] on it now", he is referencing the revival of Futurama by Comedy Central, beginning with this episode. The Professor says Leela "went all Blade Runner ". The reveal that the first Fry is a robot is very similar to the revelation that Marcus Wright is a Terminator in Terminator: When the cast is rebirthed, the first few are introduced by name, and the last ones out announced as "The Rest", a call back to the original theme song of Gilligan's Island where the Professor and Mary Ann are introduced as "The Rest" although only two characters remained to be named.
This is due to their designation as "second-billed co-stars". The same reference is made in " Less than Hero ". When Leela is discovered to be in an irreversible coma, Bender sings, "Coma coma coma coma coma coma-leela!
Fry sees a cinema showing the film That Darn Cyclops! The film's name is a reference to the film That Darn Cat! Bender having to constantly dance in order for the doomsday devise to not detonate is a reference to the film Speedin which a bus cannot slow down without exploding. Before it was opened, ships going between the east and west coasts of North America had to travel around South America. Coincidentally, the title of this episode was also the title of the two-part pilot of Batman Beyond.
The rebirth sequence bears some similarities to the Cylon resurrection tanks of the series New Battlestar Galactica. Indeed, when Bender finally kills it, its color changes to a tone similar to the one that Mother Brain changes to when she is killed.
Goofs When Fry straightens his "Fry-fro" in the first scene, we see his sleeves, which are intact; seconds later, we see holes in his jacket and severe burns underneath them.
When Robot Leela says she loves Robot Fry, she is wearing a wristlojackimator but it is gone when she raises her hand again.
Bender has two eyes after coming out of the Cyclophage. When Bender comes out of the Cyclophage his second eye, which had previously fallen out and attracted the beast, is shown intact. He turns his back and when the camera shows him again he is back to just one, which then slides to the side allowing him to screw in a new one. How did Zapp end up with his head still perfectly intact without using a safety sphere like the ones Professor Farnsworth and his crew used in the Planet Express ship?
It might be that the Nimbus possesses similar technology. Zapp can't talk, or even live for that matter, with just his head because he doesn't have lungs. There are several instances in the series of decapitated heads speaking, and living, despite the lack of lungs. For instance, Hermes is decapitated in Bender's Big Scorebut continues to talk, even without the head-in-jar technology.
After Fry asks how to tell the two fighting Leelas apart, Leela is temporarily drawn with two pupils, with one focused on the robot Leela and one turning to look at Fry. The Professor tells Bender that if he stops partying for a single second, he'll explode. However, the first time he tells Bender this, Bender is standing still for about ten seconds and nothing happens. The Professor may have been guessing or exaggerating.
Although it was already a mistake that everyone had reverted to their normal outfits at the end of Into the Wild Green YonderLaBarbara was still in her Feminista outfit at the end of the film, but in Farnsworth's flashback she reverted back to her normal clothes as well; Zapp is also wearing his normal uniform but he likely took the opportunity to change clothing.
After Zapp shouts out his victory yodel through the speaker in the Planet Express shipthe speaker is shown again as Fry and Leela kiss, but disappears for the rest of the flashback. The first scene shows the exterior of the Planet Express headquartersbut the giant explosion crater is not there.
The closed captioning indicates that Randy says, "No, spank you" but he's clearly saying "No, thank you". The close captioning has messed up many things before. The buttons that activate the safety spheres appear and disappear after one shot. Amy's skeleton has 4 ribs while the others have 5. Scruffy is missing one rib bone from his right side.
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This could be explained: Amy, a Martianmay have less ribs than people from Earth, or simply had hers removed to be skinnier. Scruffy may have had a rib taken out in the past. And Scruffy's rib may be a reference to the biblical story of Adam and Eve, where Adam had one of his ribs taken out.