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The Futurama Chronology

Version 0.1


Hello Futurama fans!

      Welcome to the first ever release of the Futurama Chronology!  Why did I do this, you might ask?  Well, I've watched Futurama from the beginning and have always been intrigued by it's version of the future and seeing what events will come to pass between now and the 31st century.  Also, having read/browsed through The Star Trek Chronology (by Michael and Denise Okdua) and “The Star Wars Timeline Gold” (compiled by Nathan P. Butler & available at www.starwarz.com/timeline), I really wanted to crack open and through a Futurama one.  Knowing that will never happen (at least not in the near future, I decided to do it myself.  All I needed was a reason.

      One came.  I originally started this as a birthday present for my good buddy of mine that was a diehard Futurama fan back in October of 2004.  However, life and school came crashing in and I had to put it on hold for about 8 months, missing the completion date for his birthday.  For those interested, I got him a copy of Highlander on DVD instead, which he probably has enjoyed more than if I were to have given him this.

      Anyway, having a lot of preliminary work done (and a few episodes already chronicled), I felt the urge to see this project through.  Plus, summer was here, so I didn't have any pressing matters to attend to (other than work).  The timing was perfect.

This first edition of it here, is not quite complete, therefore it is Version 0.1.  I am still ironing out some of the kinks, such as editing and layout design.  I am hoping to have the first true version of this online by November 2005 (if not earlier).  I am planning to circle this document to various online genre message boards to get some feedback and possibly additional entries.  Until the next release, I present to you the first edition of the Futurama Chronology!  Enjoy.


      --Nick Slicer



All titles and storylines below are trademark/copyright by 30th Century Fox. This is a non-profit publication for use as a supplement to Futurama and is NOT in any way affiliated with 30th Century Fox, the Curiosity Company, and any other licensed distributor of Futurama merchandise. Any items that are property of these sources are not, of course, claimed by this author. All rights are reserved to their original creators.  Please don't sue me.


That being said, the Futurama Chronology is ©2005 by Nicholas Slicer. Do not reproduce this document, in part or whole, anywhere without the author's express permission. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by law without the expressed permission of the author/compiler/designer.


How to Read


      Since Futurama uses the Roman calendar, I kept the dates relative from that, with the century as a heading and the year/date as a subheading.  All the events mentioned or seen in each episode are listed in an approximate order of occurrence.  Those who know about Futurama's turbulent initial airing on Fox, knows that the episodes were show in pretty much any order.  For the use of this chronology, I ignored the airings and instead used the production order of the episodes as the chronological order of events in the show.  Much to my surprise, when I was compiling the timeline, I found that the show works so much better when you see the episodes when you watch them in the production order.  

      It should be noted that the fourth production season gets a little wacky when it comes to when episodes take place.  I tried my best to accommodate the shifts in order and have inserted an editor's note on episode entries that fall all out of order, explaining on how I came to such a placement.  I admit, though, that there is a lot of wiggle room with this and am willing to adjust entries if someone makes a strong enough case for it.

      As I mentioned above, I was really impressed with Nathan P. Butler's work on his Star Wars timeline and the Okdua's work on The Star Trek Chronology.  As a result, I merged various layout elements from both works into mine, more so with Butler's document.  Those familiar with it will know what I am talking about right off the bat.  

      A sample entry:

    Century of Event
Year/Specific Date (when given) of event
      Entry

(Episode name, if an episode entry)

      (Source of entry; Editor's Note (will be marked as “Editor's Note”))   

Some Questions One Might Ask


What's Futurama?

It was a television show that ran from 1999 to 2004 on the Fox network and can currently be seen as repeats on Cartoon Network.  It was created by Matt Groening and developed by Groening and David X. Cohen.  The show centers on the delivery boy, Fry, who was frozen in the year 1999, only to reawaken in 3000.  He soon meets up with his only surviving relative, Professor Farnsworth, and becomes friends with Bender, a mischievous robot, and Leela, a one-eyed beauty.  Together, they go on wacky adventures week after week.  While no new episodes are being made, there have been recent rumors that a Futurama direct-to-DVD film is in the works.  

What's your take with the What-If Machine?
My take on that is that the What-If machine knows all and takes what is really going on in the real world into account, but the tales that it shows are completely factious.  For example, in “Anthology of Interest I,” the What-If machine shows us that Scruffy, by this time, is working at Planet Express.  In the “real world,” we don't see Scruffy at Planet Express until “Parasites Lost,” five episodes later.  However, I placed Scruffy starting at Planet Express before “Anthology of Interest I,” because the What-If machine knew that he was working there and placed him in the vision accordingly.  

What about the Futurama comics?

I honestly didn't know how those fell within actual Futurama canon (or if Futurama even has a canon, for that matter).  I ultimately decided to not include them.  If this chronology of mine becomes somewhat of an Internet success and there is a demand that they be included, I might revise that policy.  Until then, nope, they don't count.  The same goes for the video game (which never came out for GameCube.  Grr…).

How come you spell something this way, when I have seen it spelled differently elsewhere?

All my spellings go off of the DVD subtitles.  I know some things are spelled differently in fandom (for example, I have seen the Signiods (from “A Leela of Her Own”) also spelled as Cygnoids).  While this might not be the most official spelling of some things, this is the best way I can think of at the moment.  Occasionally, the subtitles are wrong (such as spelling Kif as Kiff), but I am usually able to know better in such cases.  I guess until I see something more official, like the scripts, I'm going to stick with my spellings (unless I obviously misspelled something (like Fri, instead of Fry), in which case tell me!).

Why did you list this event to be happening here, when it clearly happened here?
Many of the entries are based upon conjecture and inference.  They are all open to debate.  I basically just placed the events in the order that I thought best related to the events around it.  I am more than willing to tweak this timeline for future installments, so if you think something should be moved around, make an argument and drop a line.  

When is the Futurama movie coming out?

I don't know.  I don't work for 30th Century Fox or have access to Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, or anybody that would be working on such a project.  I'm just in the dark as you.  Check out Can't Get Enough Futurama (www.gotfuturama.com) for more info on this.  

Acknowledgements


I'd like to give a shout-out to those people who helped me with this by either inspiration, or format issues, or whatever else.  Without you, this document that amounts to ultimately nothing would never have been completed!  J


Matt Groening

David X. Cohen

Zack S. Lowe

The good folks over at Can't Get Enough Futurama

Michael & Denise Okdua

Nathan P. Butler and his cronies over at www.starwarz.com


~ ~ ~


Now…onto the world of tomorrow…



Futurama Chronology

(From 17 years before the beginning of time to 4000)

17 Years Before The Big Bang


On the planet Etermium, which is located at what will be the exact center of the universe, the Nibblonians come into existence.  Somehow.

(Mentioned in “The Day the Earth Stood Stupid” as being seventeen years before the Big Bang.  Thanks to Noah Otters and his timeline at Can't Get Enough Futurama for the wording on this entry.  Honestly, there is no better way to phrase this.)   

15 Billon Years Ago


      The Universe is created in a massive explosion known as he Big Bang.  

      (Scientific theory and mentioned in “The Day the Earth Stood Stupid.”)

One millisecond after the Big Bang, the Brain Spawns come into existence.  They begin their campaign to wipe out all thought by attacking the delta brain wave of beings.  The war between the Nibblonians and the Brain Spawns begin.

(Mentioned in “The Day The Earth Stood Stupid.”)

  

Millions Years Ago


     69 Million Years Ago

      The Huge Brain comes to Earth and kills off the dinosaurs.

      (Mentioned in “The Why of Fry”)


     28,997,000 BC

Emperor Nimballa rules Zuban 5.  Professor Farnsworth will one day own his mummified corpse only to have Fry eat it.  

(29 million years before “I, Roommate.”)


      A caveman is frozen in a glacier.

      (Mentioned in “Future Stock”)

Thousands of Years Ago


     2575 BC - 2040 BC

Visitors from Osiris 4 arrive on Earth and land in Ancient Egypt.  They are influenced by the culture and learn how build pyramids, develop space travel, and how to prepare their dead to scare away Abbot and Costello.

(Thousands of years before “A Pharaoh to Remember”)

(Editor's Note: The date is based on what was established in the episode and real history.)


15th Century


     1410

A number of noblemen create the six banking regulatory traditions.  These will go well into the 31st century for the basis of banking regulations.  

(Mentioned in “Place Your Head On My Shoulder”)


18th Century


     1775-1783 - American Revolution

According to Fry's father, during the war, a descendant of his defends his nation by fighting communists.  

(Historical accounts and mentioned in “The Luck of the Fryish”)
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20th Century


     1947

      Roswell High School undergoes gym renovations.  They will be completed on schedule.

      (Mentioned in “Roswell that Ends Well”)  


     July 8, 1947

The Planet Express ship emerges from the time hole.  They head back to Earth and crash in Roswell, New Mexico.  During the crash, Bender flies out the window and his body shatters.  Zoidberg is placed in charge of picking up Bender's body, but during the process he and Bender's body are captured by U.S. government and Zoidberg is submitted to testing.

     July 9, 1947

Realizing that they only have 24 hours before the time hole collapses, repairs begin on the ship.  Fry is sent out to collect Bender's body at the Roswell Air Force Base.  While there, he meets Private Enos, who Fry thinks is his grandfather.  Ensuring his existence, Fry attempts to keep Enos safe, but ends up, unknowingly, having him stay at a atomic test site.  Enos is killed and, while consoling Mildred, Enos's fiancée, Fry, since he still exists, realizes that Mildred cannot be his grandmother.  He sleeps with and impregnates her.  

     July 10, 1947

Professor Farnsworth explains to Fry that the reason Fry still exists is because he is his own grandfather.  No longer caring about preserving the timeline, the Planet Express crew invade the air force base, take back Bender's body and Dr. Zoidberg, and steal the microwave dish needed to reenter the time hole.  On their way out, Bender's head accidentally falls out of the ship and is buried in the ground for the next 1000 years.  The ship reenters the time hole.

(“Roswell that Ends Well”)


Based on President Truman's order, construction ends on the fake moon-landing site at Area 51.  As a result, NASA begins to form to really land on the moon.

      (Conjecture, based on “Roswell that Ends Well”)  


     1948

      Mildred gives birth to Yancy.

      (Conjecture, based on “Roswell that Ends Well”)  


     1951

Pete's TV begins to allow people to watch TV news reports through glass from the televisions facing the street.  

(Shown in “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


1965-73 - Vietnam War

Yancy Fry fights in the war.  He will later go on to claim that the suit he wore got him through the war in style.

(Historical accounts and mentioned in “The Luck of the Fryish”)


1973

According to a memory-hazy George Foreman, Muhammad Ali fights against an 80-foot tall mechanical Joe Frazer, in a bout where the Earth was destroyed, this year.  He will later go on to claim that this is one of the most one-sided fights he has ever seen.

      (Mentioned in “Raging Bender”)


     1974

Philip J. Fry is born, named after the screwdriver.  His older brother, Yancy Jr., is jealous of Fry being the baby.  Because of the fact that Fry is his own grandfather, Fry doesn't have the delta brain wave.  One of Fry's aspirations as a child is to be an astronaut, while one of his heroes is Bigfoot.  

(Fry is said to be 25 in “My Three Suns.”  Subtract that from when he was frozen in 1999.  Being named after a screwdriver and the jealousy of his brother is established in “Luck of the Fryish.”  The lack of a delta brain wave is established in “The Day the Earth Stood Stupid” and later again in “The Why of Fry.”  Fry wanting to be an astronaut is mentioned in “The Series Has Landed” and the Bigfoot hero worship comes from “Spanish Fry.”)


Richard Nixon resigns as president of the United States.  Over the next 1000 years, he becomes bitter and crazy.  He vows to return to his former glory.  

(Mentioned in “A Head in the Polls”)


     1980

Fry decides that he wants a robot friend.  

(Fry said that he wanted a robot friend since he was six in “Space Pilot 3000”)


     1986

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is released.  Director Leonard Nimoy will claim that he got such a good performance out of William Shatner because he respected him as an actor.  

      (Mentioned in “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)


     circa. 1987

That Guy, a stock market shark, is diagnosed with terminal bone-itis.   One company is close to a cure, but That Guy ends up buying it and he sells all the assets, making 100 million dollars.  Knowing there won't be another cure in development for a while, That Guy freezes himself in the hopes that one will be found in the future.

      (Date is conjecture based on “Future Stock”)


     1988

After facing off against his brother, Yancy Jr. in basketball, Fry discovers a seven-leaf clover and begins to have amazing success with it, even when Yancy Jr. tries to steal all of Fry's things.  Using his seven-leaf clover, Fry performs a septuple head spin for a dance off group.  Jealous, Yancy Jr. chases after Fry, trying to get the clover.  Wanting to keep it safe, Fry hides it in The Breakfast Club soundtrack and places that into his Ronco Record Vault, until he needs it again one day.  

(Seen in “Luck of the Fryish.”  Date is conjecture, but considering we see a “Rock Us, Dukakis” poster, it is likely that this happened in 1988.)


Fry enters high school though his parents keep taking him out because they consider it would be a waste of the taxpayer's money.  During this time, he consumes nearly 100 cans of cola a week.  He keeps this practice up until his third heart attack.

(Mentioned in “Fry and the Slurm Factory.”  Fry's education being a waste of money mentioned in “The Cryonic Woman”)


In the ninth grade, Fry plays video games everyday, with the exception of one day when his eyes started to bleed.  He would spend his Saturday nights playing Space Invaders, while listening to his Rush mix-tape and drinking Shasta.  Fry would never be able to beat the game himself, so he would have Yancy Jr. do it for him.

(Mentioned in “Anthology of Interest II”)


     1989

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier is released.  Director William Shatner will claim that he got a good performance out of himself because he respects himself as an actor.

      (Mentioned in “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)

     December 17, 1989
The Simpsons TV show premieres on the Fox network.  

(Editor's Note:  No episode specifically relates this.  This entry is included due to comments made by Matt Groening that The Simpsons is fiction while Futurama is real.  This comment would suggest that The Simpsons exists at a TV show in the Futurama universe.)


     1992

Pauly Shore's Encino Man is released.  During the production, Shore becomes curious about the cryogenic process and decides that he wants to undergo it in the future.

      (Mentioned in “The Cryonic Woman”)


Fry goes to collage at Coney Island Community College.  He soon drops out.  

(Conjecture based on “Mars University;” assumes Fry was 18 when entering)


Fry's next-door neighbor buys the '92 model of the Latoura, who's daughter Fry will later claim to be his girlfriend (and by girlfriend, he means she had her window opened).

      (Mentioned in “The Lesser of Two Evils”)


     1995

Fry takes Michelle to Rockefeller Center for their first date.  

(Mentioned in “Space Pilot 3000.”)


     1996

Pauly Shore's Bio-Dome is released.  During the production, Shore researches the bio-dome concept and determines that it is fundamentally flawed.  

      (Mentioned in “The Cryonic Woman”)

     November 5, 1996
Fry almost votes for Bill Clinton, but doesn't when he realizes that voting is stupid.  Instead, he stays home and gets wasted on Listerine.  

(Conjecture based on “A Head in the Polls.”  Depending on his birthday, Fry would have been old enough to vote in this election.)


     1997

With Bill Clinton sworn into office, Al Gore becomes his vice president.  One of his duties includes leading the Vice Presidential Action Rangers, a group of top-nerds whose duty is to protect the space-time continuum.  For his team, Gore selects Nichelle Nichols, Stephen Hawking, and Gary Gygax.

(Date is conjecture from “Anthology of Interest I,” but logically Gore would have started to command this group when he stepped into office.)


The one-day last existing anchovies on Earth, a can of Angry Norwegian Anchovies, is from around this year.  

(Mentioned in “A Fishful of Dollars”)

August 1997
Fry is the delivery victim of a fake pizza delivery to “Seymour Asses.”  While eating the pizza, a young pup comes up to him, wanting something to eat.  Taking to the dog, Fry names him Seymour after the prank.  The two become best friends

(Shown in “Jurassic Bark”)


Applied Cryogenics has an accident in their lab.  This is the last one until at least the year 1999.  

(Shown in “Space Pilot 3000” among others)


     July 1998

Seymour becomes the mascot for Panucci's Pizza and waits for Fry everyday at the pizzeria.  

(Shown in “Jurassic Bark”)


     1999

Fry delivers a pizza and beer to WNYW-TV, a Fox affiliate, which is showing the season finale of Single Female Lawyer.  Fry accidentally knocks a beer can over, shorting out the antenna and knocking Fox off the air.  

(Shown in “When Aliens Attack”)


Al Gore's Action Rangers take on Deep Blue, a computer chess machine, as a summer intern, however his internship extends well into the winter.

(Mentioned in “Anthology of Interest I.”  The fact that his internship was extended is based on the fact that he was mentioned as being a summer intern, while the story clearly takes place in January.)


Fry finds that he has only 97 cents left in his account at Big Apple Bank.  This account will raise 2 ¼ interest for the next 1000 years.  

(Mentioned in “Fishful of Dollars” and obviously is before the 1999 section of “Space Pilot 3000”)


The Brain Spawns being constructing the Info-Sphere.  Their goal is to collect all the knowledge in the universe, then destroy it, so no new information can be created.  

(1000 years before “The Why of Fry”)


Nibblonian sages foresee Fry's unique role in destroying the Brain Spawn threat.  As a result, they send Nibbler to Earth in order to ensure that Fry is frozen for 1000 years.

(Mentioned in “The Why of Fry”)

     December 31, 1999 - New Year's Eve
Michelle dumps Fry's belongings that she has on the street.  

(Prior to the 1999 section of “Space Pilot 3000.”)


Using the name “I.C. Weiner,” Nibbler orders from Panucci's Pizza and has it sent to Applied Cryogenics.”  Philip J. Fry, on call, is sent to deliver the pizza.  Seymour tries to stop Fry from going, but fails.  Along the way, Fry's girlfriend, Michelle, breaks up with him while in a cab with another guy.  Near midnight, Fry arrives at Applied Cryogenics and discovers that the pizza delivery was a crank.  Waiting under a desk to push Fry into the chamber, Nibbler is confronted by a Fry from a slightly alternate future.  Alt-Fry is mad at being used, but is willing to help save the future.  Sulking, present-day Fry toasts the new millennium at midnight.  At that time, Alt-Fry causes Fry falls into an open cryogenic tube.  It locks, freezes Fry, and a timer countdown for 1000 years is set.  Alt-Fry disappears from existence, but not before advising Nibbler to give him a better vehicle when destroying the Info-Sphere.

(“Space Pilot 3000;” “Jurassic Bark;” “The Why of Fry”)


     January 1, 2000

Seymour seaches the entire city for Fry and eventually makes it to Applied Cryogenics.  Fry's parents soon arrive to collect Seymour, but fail to see Fry frozen in a cryonic tube.  

No one knows what happened to Fry.  Fry's parents refuse to allow the police to do a search for Fry considering it would be a waste of taxpayer money.  His brother Yancy is saddened by Fry's disappearance.  Seymour, meanwhile, refuses to give up hope on Fry and waits outside of Panucci's Pizza everyday, hoping for Fry's return.

(Seymour's journey is seen in “Jurassic Bark, while Fry's parents' actions are mentioned in “The Cryonic Woman”)


      Wisconson wins the 2000 Rose Bowl, 17-9.

(Mentioned in “Luck of the Fryish”)


Nibbler heads to Vergon 6 to wait 1000 years for Fry to find him.

(Just after the 1999 section of “The Why of Fry”)


With garbage piling up, New York secretly piles it all onto a barge and sends it out to sea.  It will float round for the next fifty years.  No country will take claim to it.  

(Mentioned in “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


Over the next 1000 years, people forget how, when, or where the moon was first landed on.  “Fungineers” theorize that it had something to do with pirates and gophers.  In any event, an amusement park is built on the moon, called “Luna Park.”  

(Mentioned in “The Series Has Landed.”)


Michelle really moves on without Fry and ends up marrying a man named Charles.  She puts Charles through law school by being a dog walker for anti-social dogs.  After Charles graduates, he cheats on her.  They eventually get divorced and Michelle wants to start anew, so she freezes herself at Applied Cryogenics.  

(Conjecture, based on “The Cryonic Woman.”  We don't know when this all happened, but it was sometime after Fry was frozen.)
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21st Century


     2001

      Jury Duty II: Trouble on the Hubble is released.

      (1000 years before “The Cryonic Woman”)


     2003

      Lucy Liu is named “Sexiest Woman of the Year” by People Magazine.

      (Mentioned in “I Dated A Robot”)


     2007

      Charlie's Angels III: The Legend of Charlie's Gold is released.

      (Seen in “I Dated A Robot”)


     2008

Stop and Drop Suicide Booth is founded.  It is considered to be one of the best of its kind for the next millennium.  

(Mentioned in “Space Pilot 3000.”)  


Baywatch: The Movie, the first movie to be filmed in slow motion, is made.  Pamela Anderson wins an Oscar for her performance.  

(Conjecture, based on comments made on “A Fishful of Dollars”)


Yancy Fry Jr., ready to be married, discovers Fry's seven-leaf clover.  He decides to give it to his son one day.  He names his son Phillip, after his brother.  The clover does give Phillip immense success by enabling him to be the first man on Mars (a feat that historians will claim has never been matched), be rich by striking gold on in the bathroom of the mansion he won in the lottery, date supermodels, and have a string of top ten hits with his band Leaf Seven.  He is buried at the Orbiting Meadows National Cemetery with the seven-leaf clover.

(Date is conjecture based on “Luck of the Fryish”)


     2012

War breaks out on Earth.  During the conflict, comedian Conan O'Brian looses his legs.

(Mentioned in “Xmas Story”)


      Seymour, Fry's dog, dies, while still waiting for Fry.

      (Shown in “Jurassic Bark”)


     2019

Project Satan is created.  It is an intelligent, military vehicle made from the most evil parts of the most evil cars.  The project gets out of hand and the car is an object of pure evil, with the ability to make robots into were-cars.  The first victim is a robotic arm, Calculon 1.0.  The robot, now nearly immortal, decides to become an actor and changes identities over the next 1000 years, including David Duchovny, Acting Unit 0.8, Thespomat, and Calculon.

      (Mentioned in “The Honking”)


     2038

Petroleum reserves on Earth finally run dry.  As a result, alternative methods of fuel are used.  The use of whale oil is one such method.

      (Mentioned in “Bendin' in the Wind”)


     2052

New York City sends the giant ball of garbage into space.  They refused to consider the possibility that it might return one day due to it being to disturbing.  

(Mentioned in “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


     2063

      Lucy Liu is named “Sexiest Woman of the Year” again by People Magazine.

      (Mentioned in “I Dated A Robot”)


     Summer 2063

With the threat of global warming increasing, Earth begins to collect ice from Halley's Comet and dropping it into the ocean to cool down the planet each year.  However, each time this is done, more and more ice is needed.

(Mentioned in “Crimes of the Hot”)


Cyborgs enslave humanity.  

(Mentioned in “Love's Labor Lost in Space.”)


A woman that Fry meets in the year 3000 is from this time period.  

(Mentioned in “Love's Labor Lost in Space.”)


22nd Century - 25th Century


Atlanta, Georgia, in a desperate move for tourism, relocates to the center of the Atlantic Ocean.  However, the now-island becomes over-populated and begins to sink.  The quality people living there, such as Ted Turner, Hank Aaron, Jeff Foxworthy, the guy who invented Coca-Cola, the magician, and Jane Fonda run away.  Atlanta sinks and to the world at large, becomes lost.  However, the population begins to evolve into mer-people.  The evolution process happens much quicker than normal due to the caffeine leaking out from the Coca-Cola factory.

(Conjecture, shown in “The Deep South”)


Earth is invaded and crumbled by aliens.  It rebuilds into a medieval-type of culture.   Aliens return and destroy the world again.  It again rebuilds.  

(Conjecture, shown in “Space Pilot 3000.”)


New New York is founded.  It is built on the remains of “Old New York.”  

(Conjecture, but it seems reasonable that it was during the second rebuilding of Earth, plus New New York was mentioned to have existed as early as the 26th Century in “A Big Piece of Garbage.”)  


     2100

      Y2K is finally fixed.

       (Mentioned being 900 years before “Xmas Story”)
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22nd Century


     2159

Central Bureaucracy is established.  It's license will be pending for the next nine hundred years.  

(Seen in “How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back”)


     2200

      Pine trees become extinct.

      (800 years before “Xmas Story”)


23rd Century


During this century, the Crustaceans arrive on Earth and eat the planet's anchovy population to extinction.  

      (Mentioned in “A Fishful of Dollars”)  


The cast of Star Trek reunites to do some musical specials.  James Doohan (aka Scotty) refuses to participate, so he is replaced with Welshie.

      (Mentioned in “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)


     2202

      Lucy Liu is kidnapped by Nappster.com.

      (800 years before “I Dated A Robot”)


     2208

      Scientists increase the speed of light.  

      (Mentioned in “A Clone of My Own”)


     2275

The “Fairness in Hell Act of 2275” is drafted.  It states that the devil is required to inform people that if they can beat him in a fiddle contest, then they can save their soul and win a solid gold fiddle.  If they lose, they are to remain with the devil and receive a smaller, silver fiddle.  

(Mentioned in “Hell is Other Robots”)


By the end of this century, the Star Trek Wars take place.  When it's over, Star Trek becomes a full-blown religion and continues to grow more and more powerful.  World leaders become threatened, so they do away with everything Trek related to the point that uttering the words “Star Trek” is forbidden.  All the episodes and movies are banned to the forbidden world of Omega 3.  

(Mentioned in “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)


24th Century


     2302

The Monks of Deshuba bind together in the belief that God exists somewhere in space.  High in the Himalayas, they construct the most powerful telescope in the world to search for Him.  

      (700 years before “Godfellas”)  


     2354

Kwanzaabot begins to deliver the book What the Hell is Kwanzaa? on Kwanzaa.

(647 years before “Tale of Two Santas”)


     2400

The American Express credit no longer exists.  

(600 years before “A Fishful of Dollars”)

25th Century


     2443

The Second Coming of Jesus takes place.  In its wake, most of the videotapes are destroyed.  

(Mentioned in “When Aliens Attack”)


     2475

      Washington DC is renamed after Washington the Sweathog.

(Mentioned in “A Taste of Freedom”)


     2500

      The Visa credit card no longer exists.  

      (500 years before “A Fishful of Dollars”)


New New York becomes garbage free.  After this point, everything is recycled.  Old beer cans are recycled into robots, old robots are recycled into beer cans; and sandwiches are recycled into new ones.  

(500 years before “A Big Piece of Garbage”)

26th Century


Radical robot separatists colonize planet Chapek 9.  The founders create the Robot Elders by carving them out of meteorites.  The Elders are trusted with the knowledge that humans are really no threat to robots, but keep the illusion of them being dangerous as a way of distracting the population from their real problems, such as their lug-nut shortage and corrupt government.  They continue to spread false stories about humans, such as they are able to breath fire.  Humans have since stayed away from this planet in fear that they will be killed.  

(Conjecture from “Fear of a Bot Planet.”  No date was mentioned on when the planet was colonized, but it was mentioned that the Robot Elders were created over 400 years before the episode.  Presumably, this would have happened shortly after arriving on the planet.)


27th Century


Sir Reginald Wong buys Mars from the Martian Natives for one bead (the bead is really a giant diamond, but that remains unknown to the natives).  The natives are then forced to live underground in the Martian Reservations.  The purchase of Mars forms into a holiday known as Mars Day.

(Conjecture.  This event is mentioned in “Where the Buggalo Roam.”  We were not given a date to when this happened, but logically, it must have been before the planet was terraformed and Mars University was founded.)


Mars University is founded.  Their motto is “Knowledge Brings Fear” and by the year 3000 will host the largest collection of literature in the known universe.   Soon after the college opens, the entire planet of Mars is terra-formed.  

(Mentioned in “Mars University”)


     2620  

Scientists rename the planet Uranus to Urectum.  

(Mentioned in “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


28th Century


2702

The original cast of Star Trek feels unappreciated, so they depart Earth, with the exception of Leonard Nimoy who just rented an apartment.  On their way to Welshie's cousin's house, their ship crashes onto Omega 3.

      (300 years before “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)  


     2790

Vladimir, the robot, is born.  He is a very rich robot and owns a castle in Thermostadt, the capital of the Robo-Hungarian Empire.  

      (Seen in “The Honking”)


      The last ghost is killed.

      (Over 200 years before “The Honking”)


29th Century


     2801

The Friendly Robot Company build a robotic Santa Claus to determine who has been naughty and nice for the previous year and distribute presents accordingly and, as a failsafe, built him with paradox absorbing crumple zones.  However, there was an error during production and Santa's standards were set too high, where nearly no one would be considered nice.  As a punishment, Santa would go around on Xmas Eve, chop off peoples' heads and stuff their neck full of toys from his bag of horrors.  Santa set himself up at the North Pole of Neptune, near the town of Jolly Junction.  All the Neptunians that live there were forbidden to make toys.  The Earth population begins to lock themselves indoors after dusk on Xmas Eve to avoid Santa at all costs.

(Mentioned in “Xmas Story” and “Tale of Two Santas”)     


     April 9th, 2841

Hubert Farnsworth is born in New New York City's nerdiest slum, Hell's Laboratory.  

      (Mentioned in “A Clone of My Own.”)


     2849

At age eight, Hubert Farnsworth learns to read.  Interestingly enough, he is still in diapers.

(Leela's documentary in “A Clone of My Own” claimed that he was eight when this happened.  Considering that the Professor lied about his age, this date might accurate.)


     April 9th, 2851

To make himself seem younger, Professor Farnsworth claims that this is when he was born.   

(Revealed in “A Clone of My Own”)


2284

Wendy, a future teen music star, is born.

      (Mentioned in “Time Keeps on Slipping”)


2887

Professor Farnsworth completes fourteen years of graduate school.  After this, he will go on to work at Mom's Friendly Robot Company (where he invents the first robot to be approved for a boat loan) and be a professor at Mars University.  While working at Mom's Friendly Robot Company, he and Mom fall in love.  

(Mentioned in “A Clone of My Own.”  The date is conjecture.  It assumes that the professor did all of his schooling in a row.  The relationship between Mom and the professor is established in “Mother's Day.”)


     2900

Hubert Farnsworth, a professor at Mars University, gives one of his students, Ogden Wernstrom an “A-“ on a test.  Wernstrom vows revenge and starts to carry a grudge against the professor.  

(Mentioned in to have happened 100 years before “A Big Piece of Garbage”)
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30th Century


     2922

      The Harold Zoid classic A Close Shaving is released.

(Mentioned in “That's Lobstertainment!”)


     2924

      Bigfoot is born, though is existence will remain a mystery for the next eighty years.

(Bigfoot turned 80 in “The Farnsworth Parabox.”  Him being still a myth is referenced in “Spanish Fry.”)


     October 17, 2928

Professor Farnsworth completes the prototype for all robots for at least the next 75 years.  However, he realizes that the design gives off too many gasses, thereby harming the environment, and can never meet emission standards.  To get around the problem, Mom goes ahead and markets it as a sport utility robot, but classify it as a light truck.  The professor never objects to it and decides to live with the secret.

(Mentioned in “Crimes of the Hot”)


     2930

Professor Farnsworth develops the QT McWhiskers toy for Mom's Friendly Robot Company.  Mom loves it, but wants to make it eight feet tall and replace the rainbows that shoot out of it's eyes with neutron lasers in order to make billions in the international arms market.  Farnsworth is enraged by her beliefs and attitudes.  He ends their relationship and quits the Friendly Robot Company.  Mom will be bitter about this for the next seventy years.  At the same time, she does go forward with the QT McWiskers as a weapon, eventually making it as tall as sixteen feet.

(70 years before “Mother's Day”)


     2952

Smell-O-Vision for movies is created.  As a result, the career of silent hologram legend Harold Zoid dies.

(Fifty years before “That's Lobsetertainment!”)


     2960

Slurms McKenzie begins to work with his two beautiful female assistants.  

(Forty years before “Fry and the Slurm Factory”)


     2962

      The tape that Duraflame National Forest shows, Bigfoot: Endanger Mystery, is released.  

      (Mentioned in “Spanish Fry”)


     2968

Melllvar is born on Omega 3.  He will discover the Star Trek tapes and become an obsessed fan.  

      (Melllvar is said to be 34 in “Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)


      2973

Married couple, Sheldon and Gwen, starts up RomantiCorp.  One of the things they incorporate into the company is Gwen's family business of the candy hearts.

       (30 years before “Love and Rocket”)


     2974

The actor Calculon claims to have been activated this year.  In reality, this was just another change in identity and appearance upgrade for him.  He makes a deal with Beelzebot for his great acting talent.  Among his acting duties, he will teach an acting class, at which he will attack a robot while as a were-car.  This robot will become known as the Abominable Snowmobile.   

(27 years before the “The Honking.”  The deal with the devil mentioned in “The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings.”)


     2975

Turanga Leela is born on in the sewers on Earth.  Realizing that she is the least mutated mutant ever born, her parents, Morris and Munda drop her off at the Cookieville Orphanarium with a note in alien script that will make people think she isn't from Earth.   Mr. Vogel, Cookieville's caretaker, finds her at the doorstep.  One of her happiest memories here is Double Soup Tuesday.  As a young girl, Leela is made fun because of having only one eye.  One kid in particular, named Kirk, would tease her about her eye, even though he was blind.  Leela would later go on to beat him up at least ten times.  While at Cookieville, Leela has a crush on fellow orphan Adlai Adkins.

(She claims that she is 25 in “Brannigan, Begin Again.”  The fact that she is a mutant born on Earth is established in “Leela's Homeworld.”  Double Soup Tuesdays mentioned in “Parasites Lost.” Being teased, Kirk, and Adlai are all established in “The Cyber House Rules.”)


     2980

Hermes Conrad is a member of the Earth Limbo Team in the Olympics.  During the event, a young fan runs onto the field and tries to impersonate Hermes, but ends up killing himself.  Hermes is traumatized by this and gives up limbo.  

(Shown in “A Flight to Remember”)


     2982

Master Chef Helmut Spargle is at the top of his game with the successful television cooking show Down Home Country Cooking and a fine dining restaurant.  However, the Extreme Soda Company, which sponsors his show, wants to target younger viewers, which they felt Helmut wasn't doing.  As a result, Helmut is fired and replaced by Elzar, a cook that was seduced by the dark side of cooking.  Helmut went insane for a short period and eventually ended up on Bumbase Alpha.

      (Twenty years before “The 30% Iron Chef”)


Mrs. Mellonger begins giving holo-phoner lessons.  One of her students will be Beelzebot.

(Conjecture based on “The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings.”  A sign read that she had been doing this for “over twenty years.”)


     2983

      The tradition of Claw Plock starts on Decapod 10, the Crustacean homeworld.  

      (Mentioned in “Why Must I Be a Crustacean In Love”)


     2986

MomCorp announces, “future of robotics has arrived” for the first time.  This announcement will continue each year for at least the next seventeen years.

      (Mentioned in “Obsouetely Fabulous”)


     2989

Professor Farnsworth begins to develop a clone of himself.  He uses a cell that he got from a growth on his back.

      (Twelve years before “A Clone of My Own”)


Leela enters high school.  She continues to be picked on a lot, but finds an outlet with Octouran Kung-Fu.  Her teacher, Mastor Funog is very chauvinistic and claims that as a woman, Leela will never gain the will of the warrior, even though she is the best student in the cass.  Leela will always resent this.

      (Mentioned in “Raging Bender”)


     2990

      Cubert Farnsworth, the clone of Professor Farnsworth, is born.

(Cubert says he's 12 in “The Route of All Evil,” which is consistent with “A Clone of My Own.”)


      Dwight Conrad is born.

(Dwight turns 13 in “Bender Should Not Be Allowed On TV.”)


2992

Leela gets her green jacket.

(Ten years before “The Bird-Bot of Ice-Catraz”)


Dr. John Zoidberg begins to work at Planet Express.  He opens up a retirement fund, but will forget to put any money into it.  Despite this, Hermes will continually keep track of it.  Additionally, he will end up owning 51% of the company, mostly because he kept asking Hermes for toilet paper, and with the stock being worthless, Hermes kept giving it out.

(Ten years before “Insane in the Mainframe.”  The stockholder status established in “Future Stock.”)


Dean Vernon begins working at Mars University.  

(Eight years before “Mars University”)


2995

As far and Leela and the rest of the Planet Express crew know, Nibbler is born this year.  

(Mentioned in “I Second That Emotion.”  Of course, we know that Nibbler is really thousands of years old.)


     2997

      Fronty's Meat Market begins to be used as a front for the Robot Mafia.

      (Seen in “Bender Gets Made”)


     2998

Bender Bending Rodriquez, unit number 2716057, is built in Mexico.  He is 30% iron and 40% dolomite with .04% nickel impurity.  He is programmed with thirteen senses.  He attends Bending School where he majors in bending and minors in Robo-American studies.   He was also a member of Epsilon Rho Rho.  After his schooling download is completed, Bender bends around Europe for six months.

(Four years before “Bendless Love.”  His nickel impurity is established in “A Pharaoh to Remember” while his iron build and extra senses is mentioned in “The 30% Iron Chef."  Bender's college days are mentioned in “Mars University” and “Bendless Love.”  Him being Mexican is first established in “Amazon Women in the Mood,” his unit number in “The Lesser of Two Evils,” and his full name in “The Luck of the Fryish.”)


DOOP Captain Zapp Brannigan saves the Outtilliann System from Killbots by sending wave after wave of men until the Killbots' kill limit was reached.  Also in his adventures, Zapp also single-handedly defeated the Retiree people of the Assisted Living Nebula.  All of these experiences cause him to write a book, entitled Zapp Brannigan's Big Book of War.

(This is complete conjecture.  Zapp's win over the Killbots is mentioned in “Love's Labor Lost in Space” while the Retiree victory is referred to in “A Flight to Remember.”  There isn't a specific way to date these events, but considering that Bender reflected on the Killbots incident as if he was alive when it happened, it is probable to place this after his activation.  Zapp Brannigan's Big Book of War mentioned in “Love's Labor Lost in Space.”)


     2999

Professor Farnsworth presents the Death Clock at the Academy of Inventors' Annual Symposium.  Farnsworth's peers laugh at him and his invention.  The professor will eventually forget that he created the machine and that he presented it at the symposium.  

(Mentioned in to have happened one year before “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


The professor invents the smellascope, but will forget that he did so.  

(Mentioned to have happened one year before “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


The three-armed mutant is elected as Supreme Mutant of the sewers.

      (4 years before “Leela's Homeworld”)


Professor Farnsworth falls asleep at the park and is declared dead.  He later fixes this mistake, but reports the declaration as a tax dodge.  

      (Three years before “The Route of All Evil”)


Professor Farnsworth starts to examine a monkey's brain to see if he can make them super intelligent. His research will eventually lead him to create an electronium hat that harnesses the power of sunspots to produce cognitive radiation in monkeys.  He gives this hat to a monkey named Guenter and is successful.  It is the professor's goal to win the Nobel Prize with this.  

(Conjecture, the professor said he was working on this “for months” in “Mars University.”)


The old Planet Express crew, whose captain is too proud to admit that they are not as good as the previous crew, is killed while collecting honey from Space Bees.  Luckily, their career chips are recovered.  

(Prior to “Space Pilot 3000” and mentioned in “The Sting.”)

(Editor's Note: in “Space Pilot 3000,” it indicates that they old crew was killed by Space Wasps, not bees.  Chalk it up to a labeling error on the package with the career chips in it.)


Bender decides to commit suicide when he discovers that his job produces parts for suicide booths.  

(Prior to “Space Pilot 3000”)

     December 31, 2999 - New Year's Eve
Fry is defrosted and awakes.  He is stunned to find himself in the future.  At the cryogenics lab, he meets Turanga Leela, whose job it is to give Fry a career chip.  Fry runs away when discovering that his job in the future is to be a delivery boy.  Leela follows.  Fry runs into Bender at a suicide booth.  Together, they evade Leela and end up in the remains of Old New York.  Leela finds them and sympathizes with Fry's loneliness.  She removes her career chip.  The three of them then find Fry's great-great-great, etc nephew, Professor Hubert Farnsworth.  He offers them a job as the new crew of his side venture, “Planet Express.”  They accept, even though Fry discovers that he is still a delivery boy.

(“Space Pilot 3000”)
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January 3000
Leela forgets to properly inform her boss at Applied Cryogenics that she has a new job.

(Mentioned in “How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back”)   


Fry begins living in the Planet Express office building.  As a result, water usage triples and owls begin infesting the office.

(One month before “I, Roommate”)


Professor Farnsworth arranges a commercial for Planet Express to air during the Superbowl, but not on the same channel.  

(Prior to “The Series Has Landed”)

Professor Farnsworth makes Leela the Planet Express ship captain.  Hermes Conrad, the Planet Express Grade 36 bureaucrat who runs the day-to-day operations, has her fill out the necessary forms.  The Planet Express crew has a delivery of stuffed animals to make at Luna Park, an amusement park on the moon.  While there, Fry convinces everyone to spend some time at the park.  Fry and Leela go on a moon-walk ride and get lost outside of the park.  Bender gets kicked out of the park for stealing.  The three of them meet up in a buagglo farmer's place, where Bender makes a move on his robot daughters and angers the farmer.  While escaping, the three of them discover the original moon-landing site.  Amy, piloting the Planet Express ship, rescues the three of them before the farmer moves in for the kill.

(“The Series Has Landed”)

     February 3000
      Bender puts new carpeting in his apartment.  

      (Prior to “I, Roommate”)


Professor Farnsworth's friend, Dr. McBootu dies.  His wife doesn't take it well.  

(Prior to “I, Roommate”)


Fed up with Fry living in the Planet Express offices, Hermes decides to kick him out.  With nowhere to go, Fry moves in with Bender in the Robot Arms Apartments.  Fry finds the robot-sized apartment to be too small.  As a result, Bender and Fry look for a new place to live.  They end up moving into Dr. McBootu's old place.  Everything works out great at first, but when it is discovered that Bender's antenna disrupts the television signal, he is forced out.  Bender undergoes a two-week depressive period without any alcohol in his system.  Bender wants to live with Fry and cuts off his antenna to make it happen.  Fry regrets making Bender to do this and agrees to move back into his place and is thrilled to discover that Bender has a “room-sized” closet.  Bender's antenna is reattached.

(“I, Roommate”)  


The Diplomatic Order of Planets discovers that they have mined all of the dark matter from Vergon 6.  The planet is about ready to implode.  

(Prior to “Love's Labor Lost in Space”)


      DOOP gets new velour uniforms.  

      (Prior to “Love's Labor Lost in Space”)


Bender claims that the robot holiday of Robamadan is taking place.  Before this was Robanazaa, a holy holiday that honors past relatives in the form of a drinking contest.  Fry claims that Robanazaa was a blast.  

(A month before “Fear of a Bot Planet”)


Hod the Dewy becomes emperor of Trisol after he eats a soup made of Throm the Chunky.  

(Conjecture from “My Three Suns.” Leela said that each Trisol emperor's reign is about one week.  Hod and Throm  mentioned in the Royal Oath.)

     April 13, 3000 (Stardate 3000.3)
Leela goes out with Doug, but is disgusted by his lizard-like tongue.  Leela is depressed about not finding anyone.  The Planet Express crew goes to The Hip Joint in hopes to fix her up with someone.  It is unsuccessful.  The Professor sends the crew on a mission to save all the animals on Vergon 6 before it implodes.  As the crew is about to reach the planet, they are stopped and imprisoned by the Nimbus, the ship of DOOP Captain Zapp Brannigan.  They are charged with violating the non-interference directive of B10.81 (aka Brannigan's Law).  Leela tries to talk to Zapp into letting them go.  She ends up sleeping with him.  As a result, she is allowed to leave, due to Zapp's belief that she'll be back, wanting more.  They continue their mission and find Nibbler, a little furry creature with three eyes.  Nibbler eats all the animals that the crew collected.  Leela discovers that the ship cannot take off because Bender forgot to fuel it before they left Earth.  Zapp refuses to help because Nibbler is on the Planet Express Ship.  The crew then discovers that Nibbler's waste happens to be dark matter.  They fuel the ship and take off as the Vergon 6 implodes.

(“Love's Labor Lost in Space”)


After his intimate encounter with Leela, Zapp sets up a website that describes it to the fullest.  

(Mentioned in “I Second That Emotion.”)


Zorn the Stagnant rises to the throne of Trisol after he slurps Hod the Dewy.  

(Conjecture from “My Three Suns.” Leela said that each Trisol emperor's reign is about one week.  Zorn and Hod  mentioned in the Royal Oath.)


Planet Chapek 9 releases the 3-D movie It Came From Planet Earth.  

(Prior to “Fear of a Bot Planet”)


The Planet Express crew, except for Hermes, goes to a blurnsball game at Madison Cube Garden between the New New York Yankees and the Mars Greenskins.  Their enjoyment is cut short when Hermes calls them back to the office.  Fry, Leela, and Bender are sent to planet Chapek 9 to deliver a package of log-nuts.  Due to the planet's robotic inhabitants, who hate humans, Bender is placed in charge of delivering the package.  Bender, who has been angry with Fry and Leela about robot rights, begrudgingly accepts the assignment.  While on the planet, Bender is captured when it is found out to be consorting with humans, but is let go when he lies about his killing of billions of humans.  Due to this and other compounding lies, Bender becomes a celebrity on the planet with a spoken word album, entitled Bender Lets Loose, and other merchandise.  Meanwhile, Fry and Leela mount a rescue mission, but end up captured.  They are ultimately sentenced to death by the Robot Elders of Chapek 9 and call upon Bender to do the killing.  Bender cannot go through with it and the three of them escape and race back to the ship.  Bender tosses down the package of lug-nuts, which cause the robots rejoice for humans.  On the way back to Earth, Fry, Leela, and Bender celebrate Robaukah, a made-up robot holiday that Bender claims to be the holiest two weeks on the robot calendar.

(“Fear of a Bot Planet”)


Bender Lets Loose goes gold on Chapek 9.  

(Concurrent to “Fear of a  Bot Planet”)


Ungo the Moist becomes emperor of Trisol after he guzzles Zorn the Stagnant.  

(Conjecture from “My Three Suns.” Leela said that each Trisol emperor's reign is about one week.  Ungo and Zorn mentioned in the Royal Oath.)


      Scruffy begins working at Le Spa.  

      (Prior to “A Fishful of Dollars”)


Fry has trouble falling asleep due to his next-door neighbors squeaking all night.  When he does fall asleep, he has his first commercial broadcasted in his dreams.  The next day, the Planet Express Crew heads over to Alien Lord and Taylor.  While there, Bender is caught shoplifting.  Coming up short on his bail, Fry checks his old bank account at Big Apple Bank.  He discovers that his interest has grown over the past 1000 years and now has 4.3 billon dollars.  Fry becomes reckless with his money by renting a “Historic 20th Century Apartment,” and buying everything at an auction.  He runs into real trouble when he refuses to let Mom buy the last existing can of anchovies.  Mom is desperate to get the anchovies, because, due to their ability to lubrication properties, she could be put out of business.  Thinking that Fry plans to use the anchovies for just that purpose, Mom has her three sons, Walt, Larry, and Igner, complete an elaborate scheme to discover Fry's ATM pin number and steal all his money, thereby forcing Fry to sell his anchovies to get his wealth back.  The plan goes off without a hitch and Fry is penniless again.  He is kicked out of his apartment and all his stuff reposed, except for the salty fish.  Fry returns to Planet Express with the anchovies.  Mom then arrives and is willing to pay a high price for the anchovies.  Fry refuses again, saying that he wants to share them on a pizza with his friends.  Pleased by what he wants to do with them, Mom leaves.  The Planet Express Crew eats an anchovy pizza and hates it, save for Fry.  Zoidberg arrives and goes nuts over the smell, eating whatever was left of the salty fish.

(“A Fishful of Dollars”)   


      Leela and Bender go to the squid fights.  

      (Concurrent to “A Fishful of Dollars”)


Bont the Viscous becomes emperor of Trisol after he drinks Ungo the Moist.  Bont's prime minister is Gorgak.  

(Conjecture from “My Three Suns.” Leela said that each Trisol emperor's reign is about one week.  Ungo mentioned in the Royal Oath.)


Scruffy quits Le Spa and begins working at Madison Cube Garden.  

(Conjecture, though this is prior to “Hell is Other Robots,” but after “A Fishful of Dollars”)


Bender gets a Robot Wash, only for it to start raining right when he gets done.  Bender takes on the role of ship's cook with Planet Express so he can continue to be paid.  In order to get supplies for his first meal, Bender, with Fry and Leela, head to Little Neptunie.  While there, Fry unknowingly almost gets harvested for his lungs.  The Planet Express crew is assigned to deliver a package to planet Trisol in the Forbidden Zone of the Galaxy of Terror.  Leela orders Fry to deliver the sign to the Emperor.  Extremely thirsty from the heat of Trisol's three suns, Fry accidentally drinks Emperor Bont.  As is the planet's custom, Fry becomes the new emperor.  Fry makes Bender his prime minister.  Florp performs at Trisol's Pre-Coronation Ceremony Gala.  As the suns set during Fry's coronation ceremony, the Trisolians begin to glow.  It is revealed that Emperor Bont is still alive inside Fry.  The Trisolians decide to kill Fry, in order to save Bont.  Fry, Amy, Bender, and Zoidberg lock themselves inside the palace, where Fry attempts, with marginal success, to cry to get Bont out.  Leela soon arrives and starts to beat Fry up, causing a more constant cry.  Bont escapes from Fry's body.  

(“My Three Suns”)


Professor Farnsworth presents at the Academy of Inventors' Annual Symposium, hosted by Ron Popiel.  He is going to present his Death Clock machine, but soon is reminded that he presented it the previous year.  He quickly tires to turn around his bad luck and explain his smellascope idea, but is ultimately embarrassed.  The professor's old rival, Ogden Wernstrom, wins the Academy Prize for his reverse scuba suit.  Professor Farnsworth discovers that he has already invented the smellascope.  Fry begins to play around with it when he discovers the giant ball of garbage launched in 2052 is heading back towards Earth.  New New York Mayor C. Randall Poopenmeyer orders immediate action and the professor crafts an idea to blow up the garbage ball, named El Stinko.  He also volunteers his Planet Express crew to do it.  They ultimately fail when they discovered that the professor programmed the bomb wrong.  The professor and Fry come up with a new plan.  They suggest launching another ball of garbage towards the first one in hopes that it will knock the first away from Earth and into the sun.   Fry and the Mayor appear on TV to encourage everyone to stop recycling and to make garbage.  The plan works and New New York is saved.  Mayor Poopenmeyer presents Professor Farnsworth with the Academy Prize.

(“A Big Piece of Garbage”; El Stinko established in “Leela's Homeworld”)


The Planet Express crew delivers a package to Ebola 9, the virus planet.  

(Concurrent to “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


Neptune is attacked by El Stinko.  

(Concurrent to “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


Wernstrom receives tenure, a big research grant, access to a lab, and five graduate assistants (three of which are Chinese).  

(Concurrent to “A Big Piece of Garbage”)


Fry, Leela, and Bender see The Beastie Boys in concert at Madison Cube Garden.  Bender starts to experiment with jacking-on.  He soon becomes addicted.  The electric bill rises in the Planet Express offices due to Bender's jacking-on.  Planet Express delivers a crate of subpoenas to Sicily 8, the mob planet.  On the way back, Leela tries to fly over a electrical disturbance in the Coalsack Nebula, but Bender alters the ship's path to get a jacking-on fix.  With his friends mad at him, Bender joins the Temple of Robotology.  However, Bender's newfound religion annoys all of his fellow workers.  Fry and Leela succeed in returning Bender to the person he was.  Soon, the Beelzebot, the Robot Devil, comes and takes Bender away to Robot Hell, located at former location of Reckless Ted's Fundland.  Fry and Leela use Nibbler to find Bender.  Once in Hell, they are able to escape when Bender attaches wings to himself and the three of them fly out.

(“Hell Is Other Robots”)


Nibbler is able to make it back to Leela from Reckless Ted's Funland.  

(Conjecture; Nibbler was left at the entrance of Reckless Ted's in “Hell is Other Robots,” but our heroes never picked him up when they flew away at the end.  Considering we see him in later episodes, Nibbler obviously found a way back home.)  


The Planet Express crew goes on a delivery to Cannibalon.  A weary Leela will later go on to claim that it was the worst delivery ever.  

(Just prior to “A Flight to Remember”)


As a way to thank for not reporting the countless violations of safety and minimum wage laws, Professor Farnsworth books the Planet Express crew a space cruise on the Titanic, the largest space cruise ship ever constructed.  For it's maiden voyage, Zapp Brannigan captains the Titanic.  Other passengers include Leo and Inez Wong, Amy's parents and the Countess De La Roca, whom Bender falls in love with.  While on the ship, Fry pretends to be a boyfriend to both Leela (to keep Zapp away) and Amy (to quiet her meddling parents).  Wanting adventure, Zapp takes the ship off course and into an asteroid field.  After realizing this was a bad idea, Zapp moves the ship near a black hole.  The ship is pulled into the hole.  Everyone is able to escape, with the exception of Countess De La Roca, who is pulled into the black hole.  During the crisis, Zapp makes Kif Kroeker the new captain and escapes, Hermes is able to reconcile with the death of the young boy and limbos again, and Amy's parents introduce Amy to Kif and the two are immediately attracted to each other.  

(A Flight To Remember)


After returning to the Planet Express offices, Amy tells Kif to call her sometime.  Kif, completely in love with her, is too shy and nervous to ever talk to her, though he will call and hang up numerous times over the next year.  

(Mentioned in “Amazon Women in the Mood”)
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August 3000
The Planet Express crew delivers Guenter, the monkey, to Mars University and he enrolls.  Fry, upon learning that current college academics have advanced to the point where 20th century colleges are looked at as day-care centers, also enrolls.  His classes include 20th Century History and Mathematics of Quantum Neutrino Fields.  During parent's weekend, Professor Farnsworth brings Guenter's un-super intelligent parents.  However, things go horribly wrong and cause Guenter to rethink his life.  The next day, during a test, Guenter throws off his hat and runs into the jungle.  Fry, Leela, and the professor go after him.  Guenter is conflicted, but after his hat is damaged and gives him normal intelligence, he finds happiness.  Bender reconnects with the Mars University's chapter of Epsilon Rho Rho (or Robot House, for short).  Discovering the house to be made of nerds, Bender attempts to make them cool.  Through Bender's actions, Robot House is placed on Dodeca-tuple Secret Probation.  Bender takes Robot House on a road trip to Tijuana, where one member, Fat-Bot, gets a computer virus.  The Robot House participates in the “Big Raft Regatta” and end up winning.  They are placed in charge of the Greek Council, the probation is lifted, and Dean Vernon leads a parade in their honor.  

(“Mars University”)

(Editor's Note: The date for this episode is conjecture.  Considering the next episode takes place during the first week of September and this episode shows the beginning of a school year, it is likely that the events would take place in August.)


Bender steals anything of value from Robot House and runs off.  

(Right after “Mars University”)


Guenter transfers to business school.  

(Right after “Mars University”)


Fry successfully drops out of Mars University.  

(Right after “Mars University”)


Dean Vernon and Leela go on a date.  Vernon never calls her again.  

(After “Mars University”)   


Fat-Bot has to be rebooted due to his virus.  

(After “Mars University”)


Zapp Branigann, now a 25-Star General, gains a bloody triumph over the pacifists of the Gandhi Nebula.  

(Just prior to “When Aliens Attack”)

September 5, 3000 - Labor Day
The 1000 year-old signal of the season finale of Single Female Lawyer reaches Omicron Persei 8.  Lurr is watching it when the cable is cut out.  He is enraged.  The Planet Express crew goes to Monument Beach.  While there, ships from Omicron Persei 8 arrive and begin to blow up the monuments.  

September 6, 3000
Lurr demands McNeil, the main character from Single Female Lawyer.  Earth gets this confused with Earth President McNeil.  War is declared and all available ships are ordered to attack the Omicronian Mothership.  The attack, commanded by Zapp Brannigan, is a failure and the Hubble Telescope is destroyed.  Earth gives up President McNeil and he is killed when the Omicronians get angry at the mix-up.  

September 7, 3000
Fry realizes what the aliens want and he and the Planet Express crew perform the rest of the episode for them.  The Omicronians are pleased and leave Earth.  

(“When Aliens Attack”)


The Omicronians finish watching a 1000-year-old Jay Leno monologue.  

(Just after “When Aliens Attack”)


Zapp Brannigan is returns to the rank of captain.  

(Conjecture, this happens between his appearances in “When Aliens Attack” and “Brannigan, Begin Again.”  Then again, his general ranking could have been more for show, since he was in charge of the Earth forces.)


The race for a new Earth president begins.  The two candidates are Jack Johnson and John Jackson.  While they are clones of each other, they differ on some key issues, such as the three-percent titanium tax.  

(Conjecture; after the death of McNeil in “When Aliens Attack,” it is reasonable to assume that the election process for a new president would begin.  Johnson, Jackson, and their issues are mentioned in “A Head in the Polls.”)


Bender steals Amy's watch, but will forget that he put it in his body.  

(Just prior to “Fry and the Slurm Factory”)


Professor Farnsworth creates the F-Ray, which can see through anything.  

(Just prior to “Fry and the Slurm Factory”)


Bender is not feeling well and Professor Farnsworth uses his F-Ray and finds Amy's watch.  Bender and Fry are placed in charge of the F-Ray.  During this time, they accidentally kill Fry's sperm and win a bunch of promotional stuff from Slurm cans.   Fry wins the Slurm contest to party with Slurms McKenzie on planet Wormulan.  While there, Fry, Bender, and Leela wander way from the tour and discover that Slurm is really the Worm Queen's waste.  They try to escape, but finally succeed with help from Slurms McKenzie, who parties hard enough for the cave to collapse.  They Planet Express crew leaves the planet and Fry, due to his love for the drink, decides not to inform the Bureau of Soft Drinks, Tobacco, and Firearms about what Slurm really is.   

(“Fry and the Slurm Factory”)


Leela takes Nibbler to the animal clinic after he breaks a fang while trying to bite Bender.  While there, the vet, wrongly, deduces that Nibbler is five years old.  The Planet Express Crew throws a party for Nibbler's fifth birthday.  Bender makes a cake for the event, but before he can present it to everyone, Nibbler eats it.  Angry, Bender flushes Nibbler down the toilet.  Devastated, Leela wishes that Bender could feel how she is feeling.  The professor attaches an empathy chip (which ends up running at triple capacity) to Bender and every emotion that Leela expresses is transmitted to Bender.  Not being able to deal with Leela's emotions, Bender decides to search for Nibbler in the sewers.  Leela and Fry soon follow and the three of them discover a city of mutants, being attacked by a creature known as El Chupanibre.  The three of them find Nibbler and are attacked by El Chupanibre.  Bender is able to defeat the creature by flushing it down a toilet that leads into the sub-sewers.  The empathy chip is removed from Bender.

(“I Second That Emotion”)


Leela's parents witness their daughter's encounter with El Chupanibre.  (Concurrent to “I Second That Emotion.”  The characters can be seen in the back of a mutant crowd.)


Hermes requisitions himself the ability to utter the forbidden words, “Star Trek”.

(No episode ever said this.  I made it up as a way to explain how Hermes was able to say “Star Trek” in “Brannigan, Begin Again” and not get in trouble for it.  After all, we do know he likes to requisition things no matter what it is for.)


The Diplomatic Order of Planets completes work on their new headquarters, a space station orbiting planet Neutropolis, in the Neutral Zone.  It cost forty billon dollars to build.  This is a major upgrade from their former HQ in Weehenken, New Jersey.  

(Prior to “Brannigan, Begin Again”)  


Zapp Brannigan is successful in his latest mission where he carpet-bombed Eden 7.  

(Just prior to “Brannigan Begin Again.”)


On a mission, Fry and Bender play a game of virtual chess.  The Planet Express crew is assigned to deliver the ceremonial, oversized scissors for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Diplomatic Order Of Planets.  Captain Zapp Brannigan is to be the one cutting the ribbon.  During the DOOP ceremony, Zapp arrests the Planet Express crew, thinking they are spies for the Neutral Planet, and takes them back to the Nimbus.  Remembering that he has the cut the ribbon, Zapp uses the ships lazer to do it, but ends up destroying the headquarters.  Zapp and Kif Kroker are court marshaled and dishonorably discharged from DOOP.  Having nowhere to go, Zapp and Kif end up working for Planet Express.  Planet Express is assigned to deliver forty pillows to Stumbos 4, a planet of high gravity.  During the mission, Zapp is able to lead a successful mutiny over Leela.  As captain, Zapp plans a suicide mission to attack Neutropolis.  He and Kif escape the doomed ship as Leela, now back in command, is able to prevent any damage from occurring.  Zapp and Kif are given back their ranks during a second trial (for the unprovoked attack on Neutropolis), in which Leela lies to prevent from Zapp coming back to Planet Express.

(“Brannigan, Begin Again”)


Amy returns to Mars University for classes.  

(Concurrent to “Brannigan, Begin Again”)

(Editor's Note:  This is a complete conjecture based on the fact that in “Amazon Women in the Mood” Kif is said not have seen Amy since “A Flight to Remember.”   Considering that he worked for Planet Express during “Brannigan, Begin Again,” and never encountered her is obviously odd.  Having her away at school is a way to correct this problem and keeping it reasonably within continuity.)
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Late October 3000
Leela takes Fry to get registered to vote.  The rest of the Planet Express crew comes along.  A titanium mine collapses on the moon Titan, trapping 1000 robots.  Due to the accident, the price of titanium skyrockets.  Bender sells his body to take advantage of this.  However, after visiting the head museum, Richard Nixon makes Bender regret his decision.  When trying to buy his body back, Bender discoverers that Nixon bought it and is now running for president of Earth against Jack Johnson and John Jackson.  A presidential debate scores big points for Nixon.  Later that night, Fry, Leela, and Bender break into Nixon's Watergate Hotel room to steal the body back.  When that fails, they black mail Nixon with a recording of his villainous plans if elected president.  

Early November 3000
Nixon, now in a new cyborg body, wins the presidential election of Earth by one vote.  The robot vote secured the victory.  The election had a record turnout of 6%.  Fry and Leela forgot to vote.

(“A Head In the Polls”)


A vice-president “Your Momma So Fat” Contest is held the following day.  

(Concurrent to “A Head In the Polls”)


The mine on Titan is paved over.  

(Concurrent to “A Head in the Polls”)


December 3000

Amy gets all “C's” in her classes.

(Mentioned in “Put Your Head On My Shoulder.”  Date is conjecture; assumes that Mars University goes on a semester schedule similar to present day colleges.)


December 24, 3000 - Xmas Eve

The Planet Express crew goes to Catskills Lodge for some skiing and a Conan O'Brian show.  Fry is depressed about this being his first Xmas without his friends and family from the 20th century.  Leela is depressed because she has no family to begin with.  Fry decides to get her a present, but is trapped outside after sunset.  Leela goes after him.  Meanwhile, Bender heads over to a local homeless shelter for robots to get free alcohol.   All three of them run into each other right before they encounter the robot Santa Claus.  Santa chases the three of them back to the Planet Express office, where he deems all of them, except for Zoidberg, to be naughty.  After a struggle, the crew is able to cause Santa to fall into the fireplace.  They close it off right as one of his robot reindeer explode, shooting Santa out of the chimney.  

(“Xmas Story”)


For Xmas gifts, Amy sells her hair to Zoidberg to buy a set of combs for Hermes and, ironically, Hermes sells his hair to Zoidberg to buy a set of combs for Zoidberg.

(Concurrent to “Xmas Story”)


During Santa's rampage, he is responsible for the Gingerbread Massacre, firing a bicycle at Pramala, a little girl, which tore up her insides, and choked a little boy's grandfather with a chestnut.  Strangely, the little boy left his grandfather's body where it was for the next year.

(Concurrent to “Xmas Story,” but mentioned in “Tale of Two Santas”)


Conan O'Brian appears at the chuckle hut.  

(One week after “X-Mas Story”)


31st Century


     3001

The Planet Express crew goes to the gym.  While there an erratic Zoidberg goes bezerk.  It is revealed that his is full of male jelly and needs to return to his homeworld, Decapod 10, to mate.  Upon arriving, Zoidberg sees that the countdown to the Mating Frenzy has begun and tries to reconnect with his lost love, Edna, but she wants nothing to do with him.  Under tutelage from Fry, Zoidberg attempts to use love to get her to mate with him.  It begins to work, until Edna discovers that Fry is the one coming up with all the romantic words.  She falls for him.  Zoidberg discovers this and thinks that Fry is trying to steal Edna away from him.  Zoidberg challenges Fry to the ritual of Claw Klock, a fight to the death.  During the fight, Zoidberg cuts Fry's right arm off.  Before the Claw Klock can finish, the Mating Frenzy happens and Edna runs off to mate with the king.  Every Crustacean dies that mated.  On the way back to Earth, Zoidberg reattaches Fry's arm to the wrong side of his body.  Trying to fix his mistake, Zoidberg cuts off Fry's legs.  Eventually, he is successful.

(“Why Must I Be A Crustacean In Love”)


Fry, Leela, and Bender go to “Past-o-Rama,” an amusement park that reflects the 20th Century.  During an accident at that park, they meet Flexo, another bending unit.  He and Bender hit it off, although Fry remains suspicious.  The crew is sent on a mission to planet Tova 9, where they are to deliver an atom of Jumbonium, an element so rare that it costs nearly $200,000, and a tiara for the Miss Universe Pageant.    The professor hires Flexo as extra security.  While on the way there, Bender, Flexo, and Fry are to take shifts guarding the Jumbonium.  Fry, still weary, watches Flexo during Flexo's shift.  During Fry's shift, he falls asleep and when he wakes, discovers the Jumbonium is gone.  Bender stole it, but allows Fry and Leela to pin it on Flexo.  In reality, Flexo saw what Bender did and left the ship to inform Bob Barker, the host of the Miss Universe Pageant.  Fry and Leela finally track Flexo down and all is revealed.  Barker, however, wrongly points out Flexo to the police as being the thief and Flexo is arrested.  Gladys Lennox, Ms. Vega 4 wins the pageant.  Mistaking it for a contestant, Fry makes out with a radiator and rushes to a burn clinic.  

(“The Lesser of Two Evils”)


Bender appears on Caught on Tape 3, where he is seen doing something to the office coffee pot.  

(Concurrent to “The Lesser of Two Evils”)


      The Miss Parallel Universe Pageant is held.  

      (One day after “The Lesser of Two Evils”)

Due to mistaken identity, Flexo is imprisoned at a South American Turkish Prison for a few months.  After he is released, he gets a job as the forman at Curvetti Brothers' Bending Plant.

      (Mentioned in “Bendless Love”)


Bender gets a notice in the mail saying that, unless he gets a repair, his rear is getting recalled.  Without the repair, he can bust into flames upon a low speed collision.  As a result, he stays at the end of conga lines.  

(Prior to “Put Your Head On My Shoulder”)


     February 3001

Malfunctioning Eddy car dealership is having a car sale.  The Amy, Leela, Fry, and Bender go.  Amy is interested in buying a new car, while Bender wants to fix his rear end.  Amy ends up buying the Beta Romaro.  Bender, however, is appalled at what the repairman did to his rear and demands it put back, even though the upgrade would fix his potential explosion problem.  Amy, with Fry, decides to take her car out for a spin on Mercury and soon runs out of gas.  During their time along, Fry and Amy hook up.  Realizing that love can be profitable, Bender begins pimping, but ends up getting arrested and having to pay $500.  He then goes into business as a computer matcher for the upcoming Valentine's Day and is a success.  Even Leela visits him.  Fry begins to feel that Amy is smothering him and is about to break up with her when Fry, Amy, and Dr, Zoidberg crash on a planet.  Fry is injured and Zoidberg attaches his head to Amy's body.  Despite the awkwardness, Fry breaks it off with Amy.

February 14th, 3001 - Valentine's Day

Bender collects people from the bus stop to work as dates for members of his service.  Amy, meanwhile, has a date with Gary.  Fry is shaken by this, but things get worse when Gary and Amy want to go home together to become intimate.  Luckily, Leela comes by and is able to distract Gary from Amy by causing him to talk about his job.
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February 15th, 3001

Dr. Zoidberg is able to reattached Fry's head to his body and Bender's rear explodes when Fry's leg twitches and kicks Bender.

(“Place Your Head On My Shoulder”)


      While they are dating, Fry gives Amy his famous back rub, bag of grease and all.

      (Concurrent to “Place Your Head On My Shoulder” and mentioned in “Parasites Lost”)


      Amy attends an Ape Fight.

      (Concurrent to “Place Your Head On My Shoulder”)  


      Bender finally fixes his rear.

(Conjecture.  Considering Bender's rear is fine for the rest of the series, it is likely to assume that he did fix the problem.)


      Bender, Fry, and Leela go to Space Marti Gras.

(Mentioned in “Leela's Homeworld;” presumes that Space Marti Gras also takes place in February, like normal Marti Gras)


Hermes Conrad goes on a vacation to the Spleef Nebula.  The trip was disrupted by a stop over on the Brain Slug planet and Hermes gets on attached to his head.  

      (Prior to “Raging Bender”)


      Mayor Poopenmeyer opens a new tube line to relieve the rush hour traffic.

      (Prior to “Raging Bender”)


Miss Universe, Gladys Lennox, performs for the troops of Vega 4, the Paramecium Homeworld, fighting to wipeout the human race.  

      (Prior to “Raging Bender”)


The Masked Unit wins the championship bout against Gorgeous Gonks by technical melting of the Ultimate Robot Fighting League.   

      (Prior to “Raging Bender”)


      The professor teachers the toaster to feel love.

      (Just prior to “Raging Bender”)


Hermes Conrad returns from vacation with a Brain Slug on his head.  To avoid him, the Planet Express crew goes to see All My Circuits: The Movie.  While there, Bender gets into an alteration with the Ultimate Robot Fighting champion, The Masked Unit.  Bender wins the fight when The Masked Unit slips.  Bender is then offered a spot on the Ultimate Robot Fighting League.  He accepts and Leela agrees to train him.  After his first fight, which he wins against The Clear Cutter, Bender discovers that URFL is staged and the winners are those robots that are popular at the time.  Bender lives it up, but soon, his popularity sinks and he is ordered to take a dive against the newest member, Destructor.  To make matters worse, they are changing his image from “Bender the Offender” to “The Gender-Bender.”  Bender and Leela decide to forget the script and take down Destructor themselves.  At the fight, Bender is being beaten badly and Leela discovers that her old Octouran Kung-Fu teacher, Master Funog, is controlling Destructor.  Leela and Funog face off and Leela wins.  Bender, however, becomes pinned under Destructor and looses the match.  

      (“Raging Bender”)  


      Alcazar, a shape-shifter, begins his plan to make it with five weirdo aliens.  

      (Prior to “A Bicyclops Built For Two”)


      Leela crashes into a billboard sign.  This will be the first of two for the week.

(Earlier in the week of “A Bicyclops Built for Two,” although, this is an obivious reference to the opening titles.)


Professor Farnsworth's multi-year long attempt to log on to AOL goes through.  The Planet Express crew goes online.  While there, Leela discovers Alcazar, who morphs into looking like one of her kind, but she is unable to learn more from him when Fry zaps Alcazar in a video game.  While on a mission to deliver popcorn to Cineplex 14, Alcazar emails Leela and tells her where to find him.  She jettisons the popcorn and sets a course toward Alcazar.  When they arrive, Alcazar spins a tale of what happened to “their” world.  Leela buys into it and sleeps with him.  The next day, Alcazar turns into a jerk, but Leela cannot leave him, due to her thinking that they are the last of “their” race.  Fry is suspicious and he and Bender head to the planet's forbidden zone and discover five identical castles and towns.  Leela and Alcazar are about to be married, when Fry arrives with Alcazar's other fiancées from the other towns.  Alcazar's ruse is exposed and the crew leave the planet.  

(“A Bicyclops Built For Two”)


Mars University plans a surprise birthday party for Professor Farnsworth.  They intend on luring him to the campus by saying disciplinary charges have been brought up against him.  In preparation of the party, Fry is asked to create a video about the professor's life.  When he doesn't do it, Leela takes over and completes it.   

      (Prior to “A Clone of My Own”)
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April 9, 3001
Mars University throws a surprise party for Professor Farnsworth's 150th birthday.  The party does nothing more than depress the professor about his life.  However, it allows him to appoint a successor: Cubert, his clone.  Cubert, however, doesn't care much for what the professor has to offer and wishes to pursue other things, instead of finishing Farnsworth's legacy.  The professor, depressed, reveals his true age of 160, to the Sunset Robots and they take him away and hook him up to a virtual world within the Near Death Star.  After discovering this, Fry, Leela, Bender, and Cubert, go on a daring rescue mission and are able to get the professor out.  However, the ship's engines fail.  Cubert, who was knocked in the head, realizes what being an inventor is all about and is able to fix the problem.  They escape and Cubert realizes that he wants to be like the professor, his father.

(“A Clone of My Own”)


The Planet Express crew go on a delivery.  It takes twice as long due to Fry getting his head caught in a crater and Bender having a martini drinking contest with the autopilot.  

      (The Monday before “How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back”)


Leela hosts a poker party with her former co-workers from Applied Cryogenics and also invites the Planet Express crew.  During the game, Leela is properly fired from Applied Cryogenics and Bender is caught cheating that the Applied Cryogenics workers chase him into Hermes' office, where they destroy everything while beating up Bender.  The next day, Hermes finds his office a mess and has a nervous breakdown out when Morgan Proctor, a Grade 19 bureaucrat, comes from the Central Bureaucracy for an inspection.   Morgan orders Hermes on a paid vacation and Zoidberg suggests going to Spa 5, the Sauna Planet (which, unbeknownst to Zoidberg, is a slave labor camp).  Morgan takes over at Planet Express and soon finds herself attracted to Fry.  Morgan tries to keep their relationship a secret, but when Bender stumbles upon the two of them in bed, she removes his brain and sends it to Central Filing to keep him quiet.  The Planet Express crew heads to the Central Bureaucracy to find Bender's brain and, with the timely arrival of Hermes (who has been reorganizing Spa 5 and rediscovered his passion for bureaucracy), they are able to find Bender's brain and re-install it.  They are also able to expose Morgan for improperly stamping and she is removed from Planet Express.  For his work he is demoted to Grade 38 (for completing his work with time to spare) and then promoted to Grade 37 (for everything else).

(“How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back”)


Hermes requisitions a pet license for Nibbler, not because he likes Nibbler, but more because he likes to requisition things.  

      (Prior to “The Deep South”)  


Instead of a pet license for Nibbler, a fishing license arrives at the Planet Express office.  They decide to use it.  During the day, a Colossal Mouth Bass grabs a hold of Bender's line and pulls the ship under the water, crashing it on the ocean floor.  While the Professor works on fixing the ship, Zoidberg, Bender, and Fry go out to search for food.  Zoidberg finds himself a new sea-shell home, but it doesn't last long after Bender burns it down with his cigar.  Fry sees a mermaid, but no one believes him.  Later that night, Fry sees her again and meets up with her.  The mermaid, Umbriel, takes Fry home with her.  Meanwhile, the crew goes in search for the missing Fry and discovers the lost city of Atlanta.  The crew is impressed with the ancient ruins, but soon decide to leave.  Fry remains behind, wanting to spend his life with Umbriel, but soon regrets this decision when he cannot have sex with her the typical way.  With his line still out, Bender catches a fish, only to have his record-setting weight cash award taken away from him when Fry is found inside the fish.   

(“The Deep South”)


Mayor Poopenmeyer gives the giant check for $1000 that Bender was to receive to a group of orphans.  

(Just after “The Deep South”)


Bender, Fry, and Leela go to see a live taping of Elzar Live!  During the show, Bender blinds Elzar with a flash of a camera and Elzar accidentally sprays Leela in the eye with a hit from a spice weasel.  She is temporally blinded.  Elzar offers to cook dinner for them in his restaurant, but at the same time, bills them.  Having no money, Bender offers to work at Elzar's restaurant to pay off the bill.  During this time, Bender impresses the Don Bot of the Robot Mafia to the point where he offers him a job.  The job goes smoothly and Don Bot brings Bender into the Robot Mafia.  On his first mission with the gang, they are to hijack the Planet Express delivery of Zuban cigars.  Conflicted, Bender is able to get the cigars for the Mafia and trick the Mafia not to kill Fry and Leela.  The next day, Bender gets his cut of the heist and quits the Mafia.  Leela regains her eyesight.  

(“Bender Gets Made”)


For the first time, Fry forgets to buy flight insurance.  

(Concurrent to “Bender Gets Made”)


New New York Yankee 5th Blurnsman, William Woo injures his knee in a game.  

(Prior to “Mother's Day”)


Bender actually buys presents for Mom instead of stealing them.

(Just prior to “Mother's Day”)


It's Mother's Day and the robots around the world drop off their presents for Mom at her factory.  During Mom's annual private meeting with the robots, she orders them to rebel against humanity until she is supreme overlord of Earth.  She using a remote control, she programs the robots to do her bidding.  The robots go bezerk and even Bender is affected.  Mom's sons are concerned about the robots taking over everything and they seek out Professor Farnsworth to reconnect with Mom in order to get to the control and stop the robots.  He agrees to it, but during the plan, he and Mom fall back in love.  The robots arrive, ready to attack, but when Bender learns that no alcohol will be in the “new order, ” he switches sides.  Mom turns off the robots and becomes enraged with the professor when she discovers the plan to get the remote.  She now hates him, but he still loves her to the point of having albino shouting apes on top of the Planet Express office declaring his love.

(“Mother's Day”)


The professor gets rid of the albino shouting apes.

(Conjecture.  Considering we never see them again after “Mother's Day,” the professor must have done away with them.)


Planet Express has a delivery to the Planet of the Moochers.  The inhabitants end up taking all the food on the Planet Express ship and Fry's pants.  

(Just prior to “The Problem With Popplers”)


Returning home from there delivery to the Planet of the Moochers, Leela, Fry, and Bender realize they are low on food.  They stop off at a nearby planet and discover an addictive food, which they take back with them and name them Popplers.  Joe Gillman of the Fishy Joe's food chain offers them a deal to sell the Popplers in his restaurants.  They become a huge hit, though some animal-rights activists, led by Free Waterfall Jr., to protest the food.  Leela soon learns that the Popplers are intelligent, living beings.  The planet express crew begins to protest as well.  Things get worse when Lurr from Omicron Persei 8 shows up to Earth with an armada of ships claiming that the Popplers are really the Omicronians' offspring.  After a negotiation with Capt. Zapp Brannigan, Lurr says that instead of eating all the humans, the Omicronians will settle for eating the first person to eat a Poppler, namely Leela.  Leela is prepped for dinner and just as Lurr is about to eat her, Jurr, one of the Popplers, pleads with the Omicronians not to do so.  Lurr is convinced to let Leela go, but gets annoyed with Waterfall Jr. and eats him instead.  

(“The Problem With Popplers”)


Scruffy begins to work at Planet Express as the janitor, though his presence there will go on being unnoticed for some time.  

(Conjecture, but prior to “Anthology of Interest I.”  See FAQ for further details.)


The Professor wonders what life would be like if he invented the thing longer, so he consults his “What-If” machine.

(“Anthology of Interest I”)

(Editor's Note: While there are three independent stories that happen in this episode (four if you count the intros to each section), the above entry is the only “real” thing that actually happens.)


The professor builds the thing longer, probably based on its depicted success in the “What-If” machine.

(Conjecture, but we see that by the time of “The Bird-Bot of Ice-Catraz,” the professor has a thing longer in use and considering that the “What-if” machine showed that it was a success, it was probably the inspiration that was needed.)


Earth decides to invade planet Spheron 1.  They don't know anything about the planet or the species other than the assumption that they stand for everything that Earth doesn't stand for.

(Just prior to “War is the H-Word”)


In an attempt to get a store discount, Fry and Bender sign up for the military.  However, before they can quit, war on the planet Spheron 1 is declared.  The two of them are fired from Planet Express and assigned to Capt. Zapp Brannigan's ship, the Nimbus.  Leela also enlists, but disguises herself as a man, to circumvent the army's men-only policy.  Upon arriving at Spheron 1, DOOP's military force meets the enemy and Fry chickens out.  Bender, on the other hand, covers himself over a bomb, saving the lives of his fellow officers.  Impressed with his work, President Nixon orders Bender to be fixed in order to implant a bomb in him and act as a negotiator with the Spheres.  The bomb will explode when Bender says his most often used word, ass.  Leela and Fry learn of this and go to war Bender.  Fry comes just in time to prevent Bender from saying ass.  Bender, learning he's in charge, demands that the Spheres give in to Earth's demands.  They do so and the planet now belongs to Earth.  The war is over and the Spheres leave Spheron 1.  Back on Earth, the professor and Dr. Zoidberg find that they cannot remove the bomb, but they replace the activating word to something Bender never says.  He guesses it and the bomb goes off.  Luckily, the explosion isn't that bad.  

(“War is the H-Word”)


Bender is repaired and he and Fry return to work at Planet Express.

(Conjecture, but considering we see them back at work the next episode (and Bender without a bomb in him), it's logical to conclude this.)


Bender's uncle Vladimir dies and Bender inherits his castle in Thermostadt, capitol of the Robo-Hungarian Empire.  The Planet Express crew stays there that night and Bender becomes afraid that the castle is haunted.  In reality, all the ghosts that the crew is seeing are from the dead robots' programming leaking into an old abandoned modem in the graveyard that allows them to project themselves as holograms.  Bender, still afraid, runs out of the castle and is hit by a were-car.  Upon returning to New New York, Bender realizes that he is now a were-car.  After talking to a robot fortune teller, Bender, Fry, and Leela attempt to track down the original were-car, Project Satan.  While Fry distracts a were-car Bender, Leela is able to get Project Satan to drive into a giant fire, melting him and saving Bender, along with all the other were-cars out there.

(“The Honking”)


Fry, Leela, and Bender are fired after Leela leaves the key in the ship and Fry and Bender take it for a ride (incidentally, the ship was attached to the Planet Express office with the unbreakable diamond tether).  They decide to implant their old career chips, though Fry and Leela get theirs mixed up.  Fry, now working at Applied Cryogenics, unfreezes Dr. Paul “Pauly” Shore to hang out with him.  He also discovers that his ex-girlfriend, Michelle, is frozen as well.  He defrosts her and the two of them get back together.  She doesn't take to the 30th Century and demands that she and Fry freeze themselves again for another 1000 years. The tube they freeze themselves in happened to be Pauly Shore's and it was being transported for the special 1000th Anniversary showing of Jury Duty II: Trouble on the Hubble, but when the movers realized that Shore isn't in the tube, they ditched it in the wastelands of L.A.  Unaware that it isn't the year 4000, Fry and Michelle awake three days later.  Their problems continue and Fry decides to leave her.  He eventually makes it to the Chinese Theatre, where they are having the special showing of Jury Duty II: Trouble on the Hubble.  The Planet Express crew find Fry and reveal the truth.  Michelle, meanwhile, hooks up with Pauly Shore.  

(“The Cryonic Woman”)


The Planet Express crew, now consisting of Zoidberg, Hermes, and Amy make a delivery to the Fantasy Planet.

(Concurrent to “The Cryonic Woman”)


Fry, Leela, and Bender eventually convince Professor Farnsworth to hire them back.

(Conjecture, but considering we see the three of them working at Planet Express for the rest of the series, they were obviously hired back.)


Leela gets a new, black jacket.

(Conjecture, though from “Amazon Women in the Mood” and on, we see Leela with her new captain's jacket, although the green one does make a few appearances from time to time.)


Zoidberg begins to outgrow his shell and molts.  

(Just prior to “Amazon Women in the Mood”)


Having molted, Zoidberg throws his old shell in the dumpster and begins to look at new ones.  After discovering that the Planet Express insurance will only cover a generic shell, Zoidberg manages to return to his old one.  Meanwhile, Kif reveals to Zapp Brannigan about his love for Amy Wong.  Zapp, realizing that Amy knows Leela, proposes a double date.  Leela only agrees to it due to Amy's persistence.  Using Zapp's advice, the date goes horrible for Kif.  Things worsen as Zapp clears out Le Palm D'Orbit with his karaoke singing and then manages to crash the ship on planet Amazonia.  Fry and Bender, discovering that Le Palm D'Orbit crashed, go out to rescue Amy and Leela, but only crash as well.  Making fun of their ways, Zapp, Fry, and (by proxy) Kif are sentenced to death by Snu-Snu by the Amazonian leader, Femputer.  As Amy goes to rescue Kif, Bender discovers that the Femputer is really a Fembot.  Using this, he romances her and is able to get the Amazonians to let his friends go.  He also uses this opportunity to collect the planet's gold.  At the Planet Express offices, Fry and Zapp heal and Amy and Kif begin their relationship.

(“Amazon Women in the Mood”)


Fry begins to learn the holophoner, the hardest musical instrument to learn.  

(Prior to “Parasites Lost”)


Scruffy is ordered to fix the Plasma Fusion Boiler, but realizes that he cannot, due to a schedule conflict.

(Just prior to “Parasites Lost”)


Returning from a delivery, several things smack the Planet Express ship, including a giant space fly, a planet, and a Voyager probe.  The decide to pull into a truck stop.

(Just prior to “Parasites Lost”)


Returning from a delivery, the Planet Express crew stops at Greasy Sue's Greasy Truck Stop.  While there, Fry eats an egg sandwich that he bought in the restroom.  Later at the Planet Express office, Fry and Bender attempt to fix the Plasma Fusion Boiler.  The boiler explodes and a lead pipe jams itself into Fry's chest.  After removing it, Fry's injury quickly heals itself.  It is soon learned that, because of the egg sandwich, Fry has worms inside him.  Unbeknownst to Fry, the crew plan a mission to eliminate the worms, by going into Fry's body.  Leela is to keep him pre-occupied.  During their time together, Leela sees that the worms have made Fry smarter, stronger, and more sensitive.  Fry confesses his feelings to for Leela and Leela decides to sabotage the mission inside Fry's body to keep him this way.  Later that night, Fry performs his holophoner perfectly (thanks to the worms) for Leela and she is completely seduced.  However, Fry wonders if it is really him that Leela now likes or what the worms made him.  He ventures into his body (via miniature robot) and is able to get rid of the worms.  Leela, upon discovering this, looses her feelings for Fry, but Fry is not deterred and continues to practice the holophoner (though he is not as good anymore).

(“Parasites Lost”)


Beelzebot is imprisoned.  

(Prior to “Tale of Two Santas”)


Officer Smitty  gets kicked off the force.

(Prior to “Tale of Two Santas”)


As defense against Santa Claus, Professor Farnsworth has bullet proof shields installed at the Planet Express office.  

(Just prior to “Tale of Two Santas”)


As an annual event, the Zarlon Seven Polar Bear Club plunge into a river of liquid ammonia.  None survive.  

(Just prior to “Tale of Two Santas”)
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-6-5 04:43:03 | 显示全部楼层
December 24, 3001 - Xmas Eve

The Planet Express crew is sent to Neptune to deliver children's letter to Santa Claus.  Upon arriving, they meet the Neptunian elves and decide to stop Santa forever.  After their immediate plan fails, they are able to trap Santa in a block of ice.  Realizing that they have a chance to change Xmas, Bender assumes the role of Santa, only this time will deliver presents to kids, instead of rampaging.  The night has mixed results as Bender is arrested for being Santa.  

December 25, 3001 - Xmas Day
Bender is put on trial and is found guilty.  Needing to save their friend, Fry and Leela free Santa and he breaks Bender out of jail.  Santa request Bender's help to put Xmas back to normal (ie. rampaging).  At the end of the day, though, Santa kicks Bender out of his sleigh and threatens to kill him if he ever pretends to be Santa ever again.

(“Tale of Two Santas”)


Chanukah Zombie hosts a luau at the B'nai B'rith.  Kwanzaabot is in attendance.  

(Just after “Tale of Two Santas”)


Officer Smitty returns to the police force.

(After “Tale of Two Santas”)


Beelzebot is released from jail

(After “Tale of Two Santas”)


     3002

The Planet Express crew goes to Flushing Downs.  While there, Fry continues his current streak of bad luck.  Thinking he can get some of his luck back, he, Leela, and Bender go to the ruins of Old New York to get Fry's old lucky seven-leaf clover.  While in ONY, Fry finds the clover gone and discovers a stature of his nephew Phillip J. Fry.  Mistaking him for his brother, Fry believes that Yancy stole clover and his identity.  Angry, Fry goes to Orbiting Meadows National Cemetery to dig up Phillip and get his clover back.  However, while there, Fry learns that Phillip was named after him, because of his brother's love for him.

(“The Luck of the Fryish”)


The Planet Express crew is assigned to tow the Juan Valdez, a supertanker with 600 hulls, carrying rich Columbian dark matter oil.  Due to route's close proximity to Pluto's Penguin habitat, Leela refuses to captain the mission.  The professor assigns Bender in her place and Bender goes too far with the role to the point that Fry nearly rejects him as a friend.  Depressed, Bender sobers up and crashes the Juan Valdez into the penguin habitat, spilling all the dark matter.  He is tried and punished to do five community service hours cleaning the habitat.  When trying to escape his police watchman, Bender is damaged and reprograms himself to think he is a penguin and begins to lead the penguins on the planet.  Meanwhile, the penguins are starting to overpopulate due to the dark matter causing them to become over-fertile.  Led by Free Waterfall Sr., the penguin preservation group Penguins Unlimited, which Leela joined, decides to kill a majority of the population to keep them in tact.  Realizing that the environmentalists are really gun-toting morons, Leela refuses to help with their efforts, and after finding Bender, is able to reprogram him to his normal self.  Bender leads the penguins in a revolt against Penguins Unlimited, which ends in the death of Waterfall Sr.  Not knowing any better, the penguins turn on Leela and Bender, but with the timely arrival of Fry, the are able to escape.  Back on Pluto, the penguins discover the guns left by Penguins Unlimited and start to learn how to use them.

(“The Bird-Bot of Ice-Catraz”)   


The Hyper-chicken is tried for incompetence.

(Concurrent to “The Bird-Bot of Ice-Catraz”)


The man who owns the Ultimate Robot Fighting League buys the New New York Mets.  

(Mentioned in “A Leela of Her Own”)

(Editor's Note: This could have happened anytime after “Raging Bender” and “A Leela of Her Own.”  I choose to split the difference and place it roughly before the start of the 3002 blernsball season.  At least this way, it explains his complete dissatisfaction with the team by the time of “A Leela of Her Own.”)


The robot workers at Curvetti Brothers Bender Plant go on strike because casual Fridays will not be moved to Mondays.  The people in charge begin to hire scabs at ten times the normal wage.  The Robot Mafia supports the strike.

(Prior to “Bendless Love”)   


Bender, while sleep-bending, straightens the L-Unit of the Planet Express ship and Zoidberg's slinky, in addition to bending the professor's back, Hermes' straight edge, and Amy's javelin.  

(The night before “Bendless Love”)


The Planet Express ship crashes right after takeoff due to the L-Unit being straightened.  Soon other things around the office are found to be bended.  It is soon discovered that Bender has been sleep-bending.  As a way to get the bending out of his system, he becomes a scab at Curvetti Brothers Bending Plant, where a strike is in process.  He finds the Flexo is one of his coworkers, as well as Flexo's ex-wife, Angleene, who Bender falls in love with.  As his relationship with her takes off, Bender becomes increasingly worried that Angleene is still in love with Flexo.  As a way to find out, Bender impersonates Flexo and takes her out to the Hip Joint, where he re-ignites Angleene's feelings for Flexo.  Also during their date, Bender (as Flexo) flashes a lot of his recently earned money around, which angers the Robot Mafia, who are siding with the strikers.  Enraged, Bender returns to the factory and he and Flexo fight for the love of Angleene.  The fight is broken up when the Robot Mafia drop a unbendable girder on Flexo's head, thinking that he was the one at the Hip Joint.  Bender, realizing his folly, is able to bend the unbendable and frees Flexo.  Angleene can't ignore her feelings for Flexo and the two reunite.  With Bending out of his system, Bender returns to Planet Express and bends the professor back.

(“Bendless Love”)


Fry gets a nickel stuck up his nose and is disappointed that it's not something worth more.

(Concurrent to “Bendless Love”)


The professor, while bent backwards and in his extremely positive mood, starts dating a young Broszillia actress and writes a song.  

(Concurrent to “Bendless Love”)


The Civilization of Space Rome collapses and is followed by the destruction of Don Martin III.  Both are attacked by the Brain Spawns.

(Prior to “The Day the Earth Stood Stupid”)


The Planet Express crew schedules a delivery to Tweenis 12.  They are paid in advance.

(Prior to “The Day the Earth Stood Stupid”)


The Brain Spawns destroy Tweenis 12 and then head to Earth.  On Earth, Leela enters Nibbler in the Champion Pet Show held at Madison Cube Garden and Nibbler wins the prize for “Dumbest in Show.”  Bender enters Dr. Zoidberg and they end up winning second place.  The Brain Spawns arrive on Earth and everyone begins to turn dumb, with the exception of Fry.  Nibbler, meanwhile, runs off to his spaceship and, with Leela, heads to his homeworld of Eternium.  Once there, Leela learns of the Brain Spawns and of Fry's ability to stop them.  She returns to the “dumb-downed” Earth and is able to clue Fry into stopping the Brain Spawn leader.  After a daring chase through literature, Fry is able to trap the Brain Spawn leader, the Big Brain, in a story of his own where the Big Brain leaves Earth.  The other brains drop dead and the Nibblonians eat them.  Everyone on Earth returns to normal and with no memory of the Brain Spawn invasion.  Fry is the only person who remembers, but no one believes his story.  Nibbler then returns to his post as ambassador to Earth.

(“The Day the Earth Stood Stupid”)

March 3, 2002
      Bender is arrested for shoplifting.

      (Mentioned in “The Cyber House Rules”)


Zoidberg performs on armature night at The Comedy Simulator and bombs horribly.  Wanting to get some pointers, he writes a letter to his uncle, silent hologram star Harold Zoid.  Harold, being washed up for the past fifty years, sees this as his chance to make it again.  During a meeting, Zoidberg foolishly agrees to finance Harold's movie proposal.  Bender, who has conned his way to work as Calculon's boiler, gets the robot actor to front the money with the guarantee that Harold's movie will get him an Oscar.  The movie, The Magnificent Three, is filmed and released, but bombs.  Calculon threatens Zoidberg, Bender, and Harold and the three of them plan to rig the Academy Awards to get Calculon that promised Oscar.  At the 1074th Academy Awards, Zoidberg sneaks on stage to announce the Best Actor, but instead of giving it to Calculon, he awards it to his uncle.  Calculon goes back on his promise to hurt Harold, out of his respect for him.  Meanwhile, Leela and Fry land the Planet Express ship in the La Breu Tar Pits and become trapped for two weeks.  Luckily, they are able to blast out through the LA subway system.

(“That's Lobstertainment!”)

(Editor's Note: Date is conjecture for this episode.  It is based on the fact that the Academy Awards are typically held in March and the date assumes that this won't change over the next 1000 years.)


Kif and Amy attend the Academy Awards Ceremony.  

(Concurrent to “That's Lobstertainment!”  We see them at the ceremony.)


Leela, Fry, and Bender attend Leela's reunion at the Cookieville Minimum Security Orphanarium.  While there, Leela is again mocked about her one eye, even though she is the most successful one there.  Adlai Adkins, now a phaser eye surgeon, offers to graft another eye onto Leela to make her look more normal.  Bender, meanwhile, decides to adopt twelve orphans in order to get the $100 monthly government stipend.  Leela goes through with the surgery and the second eye becomes a success.  Soon after, Leela and Adlai begin to date.  Bender, meanwhile, discovers that having twelve kids around isn't worth it and opens up his own orphanariam.  It fails as the police arrest Bender for mistreatment of the children.  Leela and Adlai decide to adopt a child, but things soon go south when Adlai scoffs at the idea of adopting a child with a third ear.  Enraged, Leela breaks up with him and demands that he return her to the way she was before the surgery.  Meanwhile, Bender returns all his kids to Cookieville, in addition to giving them the government stipend money.  In turn, Mr. Vogel renames Cookieville to the Bender B. Rodriguez Orphanarium in honor of him.  

(“The Cyber House Rules”)


The local cat shelter where Bender gets his meat for “Bender Burgers” becomes suspicious of him.

      (Concurrent to “The Cyber House Rules”)


The Bender B. Rodriguez Orphanarium is renamed back to Cookieville.

(Conjecture, but this happened sometime after “The Cyber House Rules” and before “Leela's Homeworld.”)

Mars Day 3002
The Wong's host a big party for Mars Day and invite the Planet Express crew.  At the party, Amy re-introduces Kif to her parents, who instantly dislike him.  Later, a dust storm hits the Wong's property and during it, their herd of bugglo is stolen.  To prove himself, Kif promises to find the rustlers and get the bugglo back.  He is successful, but soon discovers that Native Martians were responsible.  To make matters worse, they kidnap Amy.  The Wong's call in Zapp Brannigan to negotiate with the Martians to get Amy back.  The negotiations fail as the Martians want to retake their planet.  Kif is able to stop the Martian plan by showing that he is one with the land by flying Betsy, Amy's pet bugglo, but is sentenced to death when he cannot smoke the piece pipe.  Disaster is averted when the Martians are told that the bead that they were given hundreds of years ago is really a diamond and worth a lot.  With their newly-realized wealth, the Martians leave Mars to go buy another planet.  Despite all of his work, the Wong's refuse to like Kif.  

(“Where the Bugglo Roam”)


Kif and Amy part ways again as Kif resumes his duties on the Nimbus.  While away, Kif leaves messages on Amy's answering machine (Bender), but Bender never gives her the messages.

(Conjecture, based on “Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch”)


Malfunctioning Eddie is admitted to the HAL Institute for the Criminally Insane Robots.  Other robots admitted include Unit 2013 for thinking he's a human and Norm because he is convinced that his teeth are receiving CIA transmissions.

      (Prior to “Insane in the Mainframe”)


Bender begins taking a Chinese cooking class at the Learning Annex.

      (Prior to “Insane in the Mainframe”)

May 8, 3002
Omicron Persei 8 invades Earth, yet again.

(287 days before “Love and Rocket”)


Dr. Zoidberg celebrates his ten-year anniversary at Planet Express.  Later on, Fry and Bender go to Big Apple Bank, so Fry can open a retirement fund.  While there, Bender's friend Roberto sticks up the place and Fry and Bender are arrested for the crime.  They plead insanity and win, but since the human asylums are full, Fry and Bender are sent to the HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots.  While there, no one believes that Fry is a human.  It gets to the point that Fry starts believing that he really is a robot.  Soon after their arrival, Roberto is arrested for holding up the same bank and placed in the HAL Institute.  Fry, believing he's a robot, is released and attempts to do robot things around the offices.  Meanwhile, Roberto, with Bender in tow, breaks out of the institution, robs the bank a third time, and holds up in the Planet Express offices.  The police surround the building.  Fry confronts Roberto and freaks him out enough to the point that Roberto jumps out the window and is arrested.  During the confrontation, Roberto cuts Fry in the arm.  After noticing that he is bleeding blood, Fry realizes that he isn't a robot, but a human.  

(“Insane in the Mainframe”)


Able to control his explosions, Malfunctioning Eddie is released from the HAL Institute.

      (Concurrent to “Insane in the Mainframe”)


At boarding school, Cubert Farnsworth and Dwight Conrad create a miniature black hole.  Another one of their classmates, Brett Blob, throws their lunches into the hole.  Angry, they Cubert and Dwight salt Brett, causing him to melt.  They get a month suspension for this action.

      (Just prior to “The Route of All Evil”)


Realizing that they can make their own beer, Bender, Fry, and Leela do so and ferment in Bender.  Meanwhile, Cubert and Dwight are forced to spend time in the Planet Express offices.  Bored, they begin to cause trouble, such as sending the crew on a week-long pizza delivery mission to the made-up planet of Dog Doo 8, at the edge of the universe.  Hermes and the professor tell them to get a job and they start up a rival delivery service, Awesome Express.  They become very successful by delivering The Daily Supernova.  They are so successful that they begin to make more money that Planet Express.  They soon are able to get Fry, Leela, and Bender to work for them and, through shifty means, able to take over the Planet Express office.  Meanwhile, the beer is ready, and Bender releases it.  It is an ale that Bender names Benderbrau.  Cubert and Dwight, meanwhile, take on too many papers, so they stop delivering them.  In trouble, they turn to their fathers for help.  Hermes and the professor help the boys deliver all the papers.  They come across the house of the boy's school foe, Brett Blob, and make them apologize for breaking their window during one of the paper runs.  Brett's father, H.G. Blob refuses the apology and beats up the professor and Hermes.  Later, at the hospital, H.G. comes and apologies for what he did.  The three share a beer while Brett swallows Cubert and Dwight.  

(“The Route of All Evil”)


A Space Monster says “Grr” to New New York.

      (Concurrent to “The Route of All Evil”)


The plant that H.G. Blob works at brings in computers to improve productivity.  This stresses H.G. and shortens his temper.  

      (Concurrent  to “The Route of All Evil”)


Fry and Bender stumble upon the New New York Hole Project and find an old 20th century Volkswagen van.  Wanting to drive it around, Fry has Bender go open a can of whale oil, but Bender gets caught by the can opener's magnet and is cut apart and his hydraulics are destroyed.  Depressed at being a broken robot, Bender meets folk legend Beck at the hospital.  With Beck's help, Bender overcomes his depression by learning to use his broken body as a musical instrument, the washboard.  Beck offers Bender to join his band to which Bender accepts.  Fry, Leela, Amy, and Zoidberg decide to follow Beck's tour as groupies in the van.  Bender becomes an instant star as giving hope to all broken robots out there.  Seeing that he is an inspiration, Bender decides to hold a fundraising concert.  Titled “Bend-Aid,” the concert is arranged in San Francisco and features Waillry Fungus and Cylon and Garfunkel, in addition to Beck.  Things go south for Bender when he discovers that he regained his mobility the night before the concert.  Determined, Bender goes through with it, trying to fake being broken.  The concert is a success and raises fourteen thousand dollars.  However, due to his natural showmanship, Bender dances during the performance of the song he wrote, revealing he isn't broken.  Bender takes the check and runs off.  Beck gives chase and is able to corner Bender.  Bender apologies and gives back the check.  Meanwhile, Fry, Leela, Amy, and Zoidberg discover the Zoidberg's phlegm is made out of jewels and sell it at Bend-Aid.  

(“Bendin' in the Wind”)


Amy goes party boarding at Great Rad Spot.  While she is out, Kif calls her, but this time, waits for her to return.

(Just prior to “Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch”)
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July 3002
The Planet Express crew is sent on a mission to deliver pain medicine to the hive mind on Nigel 7.  Due to the length of the mission, the crew goes into hibernation sleep.  Knowing that Nigel 7 is near where the Nimbus is stationed, Amy sneaks onboard the Planet Express ship and diverts its course to go see Kif.  While on the Nimbus, there is a holoshed malfunction and all the evil characters come alive.  They are taken out by a hole in the ship that Capt. Brannigan accidentally made.  During the brief loss of atmosphere, Kif's ungloved hand touches Leela, whose DNA is transmitted to Kif and makes him pregnant.  Though it's Leela's DNA, Amy was the cause of Kif to become fertile and she is the rightful mother, or smizmarr.  Amy tries to accept her new role as a mother,


July 4, 3002
At Kif's baby shower, Amy is hit with the responsibility that she now has and realizes she isn't ready for it yet.  She runs out on Kif.  Ready to give birth, Kif heads towards his homeworld of Amphibios 9.  Depressed that Amy left, Kif tries to go through the birthing process alone, but Amy arrives with a change of heart.  Kif gives birth and the little babies head toward the pond that they will stay for the next twenty years, before becoming children.

(“Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch”)

(Editor's Note: Production-wise, this episode is doesn't come until much later.  I am placing it here, however, due to the calendar that we see via Amy's scheduler.  While we do not see a month on the calendar, the only month in 3002 that has 31 days and the 4th as a Thursday is July.  Additionally, there are no months that meet this configuration in 3003.  Luckily, there is nothing in the episode to contradict this placing.)


Leo and Inez Wong convert Amy's party board into an ironing board as a present for Kif's baby shower.

(Concurrent to “Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch”)


Fry starts to practice to fly the ship.  He wants this to be a surprise for Leela.

      (Prior to “Time Keeps on Slipping”)


While enjoying a day at Central Park Lake, the Planet Express crew is shocked to see the arrival of the Globetrotters, who challenge Earth to a basketball game.  The professor accepts this challenge and begins preparing mutant supermen.  Since the mutants are still babies, he has his crew go and collect chronotrons from the Tempus Nebula to speed up their growth.  The crew accidentally ends up destabilizing the nebula.  Although Earth ends up losing the game (244-86), a bigger problem is discovered as time starts to jump forward randomly.  Bubblegum Tate of the Globetrotters, who agreed to help with this problem, and Professor Farnsworth come up with a plan to move a star cluster around the nebula, which would divert the chronotrons to the empty side of the universe.  When that fails, they decide to use one of the professor's doomsday devices to create a black hole, thereby getting rid of the entire nebula.  Meanwhile, Fry begins again to pursue Leela, but everything he does fail.  During one of the time jumps, Fry and Leela are married, but soon divorce.  Since the nothing can be remembered during a time skip, Fry is at a loss of what he did to get Leela to love him, but is determined to find out.  Right before the destruction of the nebula, Fry discovers that he got Leela to love him by moving the stars to write a love message for her.  However, before he can show it to her, the device explodes and the message is sucked into the black hole.

(“Time Keeps on Slipping”)


The Globetrotters hold a press conference and announce the professor is a “jive sucka.”

      (Concurrent to “Time Keeps on Slipping”)


Teen singer Wendy wins three Emmys.  However, she soon ends up dead in her bathtub.

      (Concurrent to “Time Keeps on Slipping”)


Amy has her birthday and a big party is thrown.  The next day, Zoidberg has his birthday and no one celebrates.

      (Concurrent to “Time Keeps on Slipping”)


Bender acquires Pavarotti's head and stores it in his body.  He will eventually ditch it in favor of Lucy Liu.

      (Prior to “I Dated A Robot”)


The cinematic classic, Charlie's Angels III: The Legend of Charlie's Gold is re-released in theaters.  

      (Prior to “I Dated A Robot”)


Much to his begging, Fry is able to get the Planet Express crew to indulge in his fantasies.  They watch as Fry destroys a planet, goes to the edge of the universe, and rides a T-Rex.  Wanting to have a relationship with a celebrity, Fry downloads a copy of Lucy Liu from Nappster.com into a robot.  Fry falls instantly in love with the copy and begins spending all his time with it.  The crew becomes concerned about Fry's behavior and all attempts to stop Fry loving the Lucy Liu Bot fail.  They eventually decide to cure the problem at the source: Nappster.com.  While there, they discover that they have kidnapped real celebrities and illegally using their likeness.  Freeing the real Lucy Liu, Leela, Bender, and Zoidberg race out of Nappster.com's headquarters.  Nappster.com sends a wave of Lucy Liu Bots to stop them.  They race into a theater where Fry and his Lucy Liu Bot are.  The evil bots arrive and begin attacking.  Held up in the controller booth, the gang's first attempt to stop the bots by drowning them in popcorn kernels fails.  The bots use the kernels as projectiles.  In a last ditch effort, Fry's Lucy Liu Bot sacrifices herself to save everyone by shining the hot movie light on the attacking bots to heat-up the popcorn, thereby causing the bots to explode.  Damaged beyond repair, Fry deletes his bot's memory.  Bender and the real Lucy Liu, meanwhile, fall in love.  

(“I Dated A Robot”)


The Milky Way galaxy is purchased in eBay by the Being of Inconceivable Horror.  He pays with a money order.

(Concurrent to “I Dated A Robot”)


A family from Signas 5 arrive on Earth to start out a new life and to make money.  They set-up a pizza place, Family Bros. Pizza, in New New York.

(Prior to “A Leela of her Own”)


The strip club across the street from the Planet Express office collapses.  This excites Fry as he waits the rest of the day for it to happen again.

(Just prior to “A Leela of Her Own”)

September 3002
Fry, Leela, and Bender try out the new Family Bros. Pizza across the street from the Planet Express office.  They find Signoids' attempt at pizza to be a failure, but Fry agrees to help them out.  In an attempt to establish a better relationship, the Signoids and the Planet Express crew set-up a friendly blernsball game.  During the game, Leela, inadvertently, ends up hitting every batter while pitching.  The owner of the failing New New York Mets offers Leela a job as a pitcher on the team as a gimmick to help booster ticket sales.  She accepts and soon becomes a sensation among fans due to her beaning of batters.  After playing in several games and Bean-Bay Beans endorsements, Leela realizes she isn't being the inspiration that she thought she would be as the first female blernsball player.  Not wanting to go down in history as the worst blernsball player, she seeks the advice of Hank Aaron XXIV, the worst blernsball player.  Through him, she is able to learn how to not hit every batter.  In the final game of the season, Leela faces off against Jackie Anderson, a newly recruited player for the Boston Poindexters.  While Leela is able to pitch without hitting her, Anderson is able to hit the ball into the Game-Winning Target.  Leela retires and goes down in history as the worst blernsball player, but discovers that she is an inspiration to women after all: she inspired them to become better players than her.  Meanwhile, branching off Leela's success, the Signoids franchise-out their pizza place and become extremely successful.  Fishy Joe offers the buy them and they accept.

(“A Leela of Her Own”)

(Editor's Note: The date of this episode isn't stated, but since we see the last ten or so games of the blernsball season, it is reasonable to conclude that this takes place in September, much like Major League Baseball.)


Bender makes a daring daylight robbery of a municipal pool.  He makes off with the contents of three lockers and a sink.  However, eyewitnesses will recount the thief as being a white male.

(Just prior to “A Pharaoh to Remember”)


After Bender isn't given credit for his robbery of a city municipal pool, he begins to worry that he will never be remembered.  The Planet Express crew throws Bender a surprise funeral, which Bender becomes disappointed in due to the fact that his friends don't mourn him to his satisfaction.  The professor sends the crew to deliver a giant sandstone to planet Osiris 4, but once the crew arrive, they are taken as slaves to help complete the tomb for Pharaoh Hamenthotep.  Bender really takes to slave life and gives the slave masters some tips on how to do their jobs.  Pharaoh Hamenthotep visits the now-completed tomb and is killed when part of the tomb falls on him.  Realizing this is his chance, Bender forges his likeness into the Osirians' Wall of Prophecy and becomes the new Pharaoh.  His first order is for his slaves to construct a giant stature of himself, one that reaches beyond the planet's atmosphere, however, Bender is unpleased with it once it is completed and orders it to be done again.  Not wanting to deal with him, the Osirians lock Bender, with Fry and Leela (since they are Bender's personal servants), into the tomb.  Using the liquor stored in the tomb, the trio light it, causing an explosion.  They escape from the planet just as the statue explodes.  As they return to Earth, Bender is satisfied that he will be remembered as a tyrannical ruler of a planet.

(“A Pharaoh to Remember”)


Professor Farnsworth fine tunes his What-If Machine and wants the crew to test it out.  Bender wants to know what it would be like if he was human while Fry wonders what would happen if life was more like a video game.  Leela asks the machine what would happen if she finds her homeworld, but she is knocked out and has a Wizard of Oz-type dream before the machine can respond.  While Leela is out, the professor considers to harvest her organs.  

(“Anthology of Interest II”)


September 21, 3002

The Planet Express crew heads out to watch a sun go supernova.  Right before the explosion, Fry goes to make some Iffypop.  The combination of the radiation from the supernova mixes with the microwave causing a time hole.  The Planet Express ship is thrust back in time to July 9th, 1947.  A few moments later, the crew returns from 1947 and the time hole collapses.  They head over to New Mexico and dig up Bender's head.

(“Roswell that Ends Well”)


While on a delivery, the Planet Express ship is attacked by space pirates.  Although they are successful in destroying pirates, Bender, in an attempt to sleep in a torpedo tube, is shot out of the ship.  Because the ship was going at a top speed when he was fired, they are never able to catch up to him.  Fry refuses to give up on him.  While floating in space, a rock with the Shrimpkins species attaches itself on Bender.  They declare Bender as their god.  Bender tries to do his best, but unintentionally keeps making things worse.  Eventually, a civil war breaks out between religious believers and non-believers.  They destroy themselves.  Bender eventually meets a Binary Cloud that may or may not be God.  Meanwhile, Fry finds his way to the Monks of Deshuba to use their telescope to search for Bender.  He works for three days and is unsuccessful.  However, Fry, unknowingly, stumble upon the being the Binary Cloud. The Cloud hears the signal coming from Earth and sends Bender back.  

(“Godfellas”)


That Guy is defrosted after over 1000 years.  While his intention to was to find a cure for his bone-itis, he forgets to do so.

      (Prior to “Future Stock”)


A caveman, trapped in a glacier, is defrosted.  While he has trouble adjusting to the 31st century, he disturbed the most when he sees his wife on display at the British Museum.  

      (Prior to “Future Stock”)


Joe, another man recently defrosted, has problems living on an Earth that isn't controlled by Giant Carrots.

      (Prior to “Future Stock”)


The Planet Express Corporation holds their annual stockholder meeting and reveals that they have had a terrible year.  One of the investors demands a change in CEO.  Fry suggests That Guy from the 1980s, who he just met at a cryogenic support group.  That Guy is voted in as the new CEO of Planet Express and makes Fry his vice chairman.  That Guy's first order of business is to improve Planet Express's image by targeting Mom's Friendly Delivery Company.  While no deliveries are being made, the image campaign works and Planet Express (now known as PlanEx) begins getting recognition, which infuriates Mom.  Through some double-dealing, That Guy arranges to sell PlanEx to Mom, so she can eliminate them as competitors.  Fry is determined to set things right, even though his fellow co-workers urge him not to, due to their stock in the company going up from the potential Mom purchase.  Fry pleads with That Guy to rethink his decision, but no avail.  However, That Guy dies from his bone-itis, which he forgot to cure, before the deal can go through and Fry, who now has company control, denies the takeover and places Professor Farnsworth back as CEO.  The stock plummets to a new low.   

(“Future Stock”)


      The Goldburg robot family hosts a bot-mitzvah.

      (Concurrent to “Future Stock”)


      Amy attends a cotillion hosted by Mrs. Darlinghaven.  

      (Concurrent to “Future Stock”)


Professor Farnsworth makes a scale replica of the world's largest bottle.  He placed a ship inside to liven it up a little.

      (Just prior to “The 30% Iron Chef”)


Realizing that he is a failure as a cook, Bender runs away and eventually winds up on Bumbase Alpha.  While there, he meets Helmut Spargle, the former world-renowned chef.  Helmut tells Bender the story of his downfall and agrees to help teach him how to cook.  After much training, Bender makes his first meal to be tested by Helmut.  While the meal is considered acceptable, it causes Helmut's stomach to explode.  Before he dies, Helmut gives Bender the pure essence of flavor (which, unbeknownst to Bender is water mixed with LSD) and makes Bender promise him to defeat Elzar.  Meanwhile, Zoidberg destroys the professor's bottle, with a ship inside.  He successfully blames it on Fry, who has to pay ten dollars to the professor for the parts.  Zoidberg is overcome with guilt.  Bender, back on Earth, challenges Elzar to a cooking competition to avenge Helmut.  They appear on TV show Kitchen Coliseum and face off.  While Elzar's food has a more pleasing look, Bender adds the pure essence to his food and wins the competition.  Though he has won, Bender turns down the title of Iron Cook, but accepts the lesser title of Zinc Saucier (a title he made up).  No longer able to deal with it, Zoidberg confesses that he was the one that destroyed the professor's bottle.

(“The 30% Iron Chef”)


      Bender cooks brunch for the Planet Express crew and uses the pure essence.

      (Just after “The 30% Iron Chef”)


Fry is startled to discover that Star Trek has become completely forbidden and goes to the head museum to find Leonard Nimoy.  Nimoy breaks down and admits that he misses his old cast members.  Fry decides to head to the planet Omega 3 to retrieve the old episodes to share them, once again, with the world, however, upon approaching the planet, the Planet Express ship is pulled into the planet and crashes.  They soon meet up with William Shatner, DeForest Kelly, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei, Walter Koenig, and Welshie.  Soon enough, the energy being in charge of everything, known as Melllvar arrives and opens “Trek Fest 3002,” during which Welshie is killed.”  During Melllvar's obsession with the Star Trek cast, Fry, Leela, and Bender attempt to make a break for it, but are soon captured.  Melllvar, not knowing who should get his fanatical devotion should, forces a fight to the death between the Planet Express crew and the cast.  After initial fighting, the two groups decide to work together to escape from Omega 3.  Melllvar follows and attacks in his space ship.  The Nimbus arrives, only to have Zapp Brannigan to hold a court martial.  After the brief hearing, the fight between the Planet Express ship and Melllvar continues, but is soon stopped when Fry is able to convince Melllvar to move beyond his obsession with Star Trek.  Melllvar leaves and the Planet Express crew head home, with the Star Trek actors and the original episode tapes.

(“Where No Fan Has Gone Before”)

(Editor's Note: I am placing this earlier in the episode order because it states on screen that it takes place in 3002 and a few episodes before “WNFHGB” indicate take place in 3003.)


      The three-armed Supreme Mutant beings to run again for the title.  

      (Sometime prior to “Leela's Homeworld”)


Leela is named orphan of the year at the Cookieville Orphanarium and she gives a speech about how great it was being an orphan.  Later on, she is depressed because had lied to the kids.  Meanwhile, Bender opens a waste disposal business and simply dumps the waste into the sewers.  This upsets the mutants and they drag Bender, Fry, and Leela into the sewers and threaten them with altering them into mutants by exposing them to the mutagenic lake.  Wearing cloaks, Turanga Morris and Munda save the three.  Leela, Bender, and Fry, now being chased, hide in an abandoned building, where Leela finds a shrine dedicated to her.  They are captured again, but are allowed to be let go, once again on Morris and Munda's advice.  Fry and Bender leave the sewers, but wanting answers, Leela chases after Morris and Munda.  On the surface, Fry is determined to save Leela, so he goes and collects the note that was left with her as a baby.  Discovering it was from the sewers, Fry figures out that Leela isn't an alien, but a sewer mutant.  Leela, meanwhile, catches up with Morris and Munda and, under the impression that they killer her parents, is about ready to kill them.  Luckily, Fry arrives and reveals to Leela and Morris and Munda are Leela's parents.

(“Leela's Homeworld”)


Through his business, Honest Bender's Waste Disposal, Bender cleans the set of Free Willy III.

      (Concurrent to “Leela's Homeworld”)

February 3003
Professor Farnsworth gets the Planet Express Crew new uniforms to impress RomantiCorp in order to get a delivery contract with the company.  They get the contract and their first mission is to deliver candy hearts to Omicron Persei 8, as a peace offering from Earth.  Meanwhile, the Planet Express ship gets new personality software and the ship and Bender fall in love.  However, Bender grows tired of the ship and beings cheating on her.
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-6-5 04:45:27 | 显示全部楼层
February 14, 3003 - Valentine's Day
Planet Express delivers the candy hearts to Omicron Persei 8, but the Omicronians become confused and enraged by the gesture.  The crew attempts to escape, but during the flight away from the planet, Bender breaks up with the Planet Express ship, causing the ship to freak-out, allowing it to be attacked by the Omicronians.  Not taking the breakup well, the Planet Express ship heads towards a nearby quasar, in attempt to become one with Bender.  Bender distracts the ship as Fry and Leela deactivate the personality software.  The plan is successful, but some of the ship's programming is fused into Bender.  In attempt to ditch the candy hearts, Leela jettisons them into the quasar, causing a deadly, yet beautiful radiation that can be seen as far as Earth.  The radiation, incidentally, also destroys several nearby planets.  

(“Love and Rocket”)


Leela arranges one-day passes for her parents, Morris and Munda, to visit the surface.

(Just before “Less Than Hero”)


The professor's supercollider that he ordered arrives and Leela, Bender, and Fry put it together.  The supercollider ends up failing, but the trio is worn out from working on it.  Dr. Zoidberg gives them Dr. Flimflam's Miracle Cream.  The soon learn that the cream gives Fry and Leela super powers.  Realizing they can fight crime, Fry, Leela, and Bender don uniforms and are know as Capt. Yesterday, Clobberella, and Super King, respectively of the New Justice Team.  They become instantly popular by foiling crimes.  One villain, known as the Zookeeper, attempts to steal the quantum gemerald from the Museum of Natural History on the same day that Leela is suppose to meet her parents for their surface visit.  While the heist is foiled, the Zookeeper gets away and Leela's misses her parents.  Plagued with guilt, Leela tells her parents that she is really Clobberella.  Morris, who is proud of his daughter, starts to tell people about Leela.  Word makes it to the Zookeeper, who kidnaps Morris and Munda in exchange for the gemerald.  At the same time, Fry, Leela, and Bender run out of the miracle cream, thereby loosing their superpowers.  Faking, they steal the gemerald and deliver it to the Zookeeper, who releases Morris and Munda.  

(“Less Than Hero”)


Fry and Bender, still in their superhero getup, decide to do some looting, before the world learns that they lost their powers.

(Just after “Less Than Hero”)


Professor Farnsworth's gargoyle, Pazuzu, escapes.  The professor and his crew go searching for the gargoyle, but soon end up at Gummer's Cafeteria, when the professor forgets about Pazuzu.  Due to the professor's grumpy actions at the restaurant, the crew decides to youthasize him.  However, due to a series of accidents at The Bubbling Geezer, not only does the professor de-age to 51 years of age, but Fry, Leela, Bender, Zoidberg, Hermes, and Amy all de-age to teenagers.  While the professor works on a way to reverse the process, Leela moves back in with her parents to get the full teenage experience that she never had and loves it.  The professor, realizing that chronotoms have been attached to their cells, creates a machine to clean them off and return everyone to their normal age.  Leela refuses, wanting a childhood with her parents.  However, the professor's machine doesn't work quite right and they start to age backward.  Leela suggests for the crew to dip themselves in the Fountain of Aging.  Everyone goes and as Leela watches, the crew begins to age back.  Seeing that they are being sucked into the drain in the center of the fountain, Leela jumps in and rescues them.  The professor is still in the fountain, but Pazuzu, who has been hiding under the ship the entire time, flies out and rescues him.  Everyone is around their normal ages again.  As a thank you, the professor grants Pazuzu his freedom.

(“Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles”)

(Editor's Note:  I am placing this episode a few slots above its production order.  My reasoning for this is that the professor is slated as being 161 and given all the events that transpire between “Love and Rocket”(the last episode with a recorded date) and now, there is little possibility that this could happen before April 9th (when the professor would turn 162).  Also, I am placing this episode after “Less Than Hero” because Leela seems completely comfortable with her parents and they with her in “TMLH.”  “Less Than Hero” hinted at some uneasiness still around. Again, take this all with a grain of salt.)

Freedom Day - 3003
During the Freedom Day fireworks display in Washington DC, Zoidberg eats the Earthican flag, as a representation of his love of freedom.  The Earth populace is enraged with the action and demand that Zoidberg be killed.  He seeks asylum in the Decapod 10 embassy and is held on trial.  While his attorney, Old Man Freewater, argues a strong case, the Supreme Court orders that Zoidberg be executed for his actions.  Standing behind a member of their world, Decapod 10 invades and occupies Earth.  During the invasion, the Nimbus is destroyed, as is the Clinton Monument.  To keep order, the Decapodians create the Mobile Oppression Palace (MOP), which kills Old Man Waterfall.  Fry, meanwhile, conceives a plan to destroy the MOP with a 20th Century heat-seeking missile.  The launch of the missile is ill-advised as the Decapodians are cold blooded.  Upset that his people are destroying the freedom he loves so much, Zoidberg lights a flag on fire and flings it into the MOP, thereby having the missile lock in on it.  With the occupation over, President Nixon honors Zoidberg by dropping all the charges and allowing him to take a bite out of the new Eartican flag.

(“A Taste of Freedom”)


Cubert and Dwight have a birthday/growth scratching day party and no one shows.  Meanwhile, Antonio Calculon Jr. has a malfunction on the set of All My Circuits, and breaks.  As a result, the producers have an open casting call for the role of Calculon's son.  Bender auditions and, despite a shaky performance, gets the role.  While shooting, Bender goes against the script and goes completely wild by smoking and drinking on air.  Bender becomes a television sensation due to his antics.  However, he also becomes a bad role model for children, prompting Hermes and the professor to start up Fathers Against Rude Television (F.A.R.T.).  Bender refuses to do anything about his performances, until he finds that Cubert and Dwight steal from him.  Bender leads a mob of F.A.R.T. to the set of All My Circuits in an attempt to stop the network from putting him on TV.  The network head, however, is able to thwart the mob.  Bender turns the tables on both groups and gives a moving speech that, while his antics do make him look cool on TV, he probably shouldn't be doing them, but at the same time, the parents should know how to control what their children watch.  Bender is successful and is released from the show.

(“Bender Should Not Be Allowed On TV”)


Bender and Fry begin to practice a magic act for an upcoming talent show.

(Prior to “Jurassic Bark”)


Archeologists discover Panucci's Pizzeria, which is completely intact.  

(Just prior to “Jurassic Bark”)


Fry and Bender check out the 20th Century pizzeria exhibit and Fry is shocked to see his old dog, Seymour, fossilized in the exhibit.  Fry demands that the museum gives him the dog, but they refuse.  As a result, Fry leads a protest in front of the museum.  After three days, the museum gives him Seymour when Fry reveals some useful information about 20th century dogs.  Professor Farnsworth discovers that Seymour was fast fossilized and that he could be cloned, with all of his memories in tact.  Fry wants this to happen.  Meanwhile, Bender becomes increasingly jealous of Seymour to the point that he chucks the fossil into a pool of lava.  Realizing how much he hurt Fry, Bender goes into the lava and rescues Seymour.  The professor is about to go through with the procedure when he discovers that Seymour was 15 years old when he died.  Fry orders off the cloning, thinking that Seymour had a full life after Fry was frozen and that Seymour probably long forgotten him.

(“Jurassic Bark”)   


A major heat wave hits Earth.

(Just prior to “Crimes of the Hot”)


President Nixon orders the Planet Express crew to extract ice from Halley's Comet to counter the recent heat wave.  However, once there, the crew discovers that all the ice has been mined.  Meanwhile, Bender adopts a turtle.  A giant conference on global warming, led by Al Gore is held in Kyuto, Japan.  When the initial plan to defeat global warming by Professor Wernstrom fails, Professor Farnsworth confesses the fact that all present-day robots are giving off greenhouse gasses.  It is decided that all robots must be destroyed and Nixon lures all of them to the Galapagos Islands where they will be destroyed.  Bender goes, knowing his fate.  Near pandemonium breaks out on the islands when the robots learn of the plot, but just in the nick of time, Professor Farnsworth arrives and has all the robots vent their gasses toward the sun, thereby pushing Earth away enough for the heat wave to stop and saving the robots.  This action also lengthens an Earth year by one week.  The professor receives the Polluting Medal of Pollution.

(“Crimes of the Hot”)


After the global warming conference, Al Gore heads to Jupiter to collect cans

(Concurrent to “Crimes of the Hot”)


Leela meets Chaz, the mayor's aide, at a charity cockfight.  He asks her out on a date.

(One week prior to “The Why of Fry”)


Fry, busy looking up curse words in the dictionary, misses a delivery mission.  Leela and Bender go, and get metals.

(Just prior to “The Why of Fry”)


Fry is depressed over the fact that he might be the least important person in the universe.  While Leela is out on her date with Chaz, Fry gives Nibbler a walk.  During the walk, Nibbler reveals his true self to Fry and takes him to Etermium.  There, the Nibblonians inform Fry of his importance to the galaxy and that the Brain Spawns are nearly completed with the Info-Sphere and plan to destroy the universe after all knowledge is collected.  Due to Fry's immunity, they have him ride into the Info-Sphere on a Scooty Puff, Sr. to plant a Quantum Interface Bomb on the Hugh Brain to blow the Brains into an alternate universe.  The plan is successful and the Brain threat is finally ended.  Fry and Nibbler return to Earth, where Nibbler erases Fry's memory of the event.  Meanwhile, Leela's date with Chaz, while starting off promising, turns sour when he rude to a group of orphans from Cookieville.

(“The Why of Fry”)  


Leela, convinced that the current crew is better than the previous Planet Express crew, heads to the giant honeycomb to collect Space Bee Honey.  Though some trouble arises, the crew is successful in their mission.  Leela even takes a baby queen in the hopes of creating their own beehive.  However, the baby queen awakens and stings Leela.  Fry attempts to stop the bee, but the stinger goes straight through him and Leela gets all the poison and falls into a coma.  During the coma, Fry remains by Leela's side at all times.  After two weeks, Leela awakens.

(“The Sting”)


Roberto's parole officer takes away his knife and won't give it back until he gets a Robot 1-X upgrade.  Roberto, who hates the 1-X, complies, so he can get his knife back.

(Just prior to “Obsoletely Fabulous”)


The Planet Express crew attends “Roboticon 3003,” where Mom introduces the new Robot 1-X, a robot that runs on pollution, and emits oxygen.  The professor buys one of the new models to help around the office, which irritates Bender.  After a few days of 1-X showing him up, Bender caves into getting a 1-X upgrade.  

(“Obsoletely Fabulous”)

(Editor's Note: More season 4 wackiness ensues.  Production wise, this episode goes after “Bend Her,” but due to the fact that “Bend Her” states it takes place in 3004 and this episode states it takes place in 3003, I am making the adjustment.  Also, it seems that the Robot 1-X is a direct response to the events in “Crimes of the Hot.”)
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May 3004

Guenter gets his MBA and becomes president of the Fox network.  

(Conjecture from “Mars University.”  This assumes that it is a four-year program.)

Summer 3004
With the Jamaican Limbo Team stuck at the airport, Hermes is called in as a last minute replacement.  

(Just prior to “Bend Her”)


At the 3004 Earth Olympic games, Hermes, while doing well, looses in the limbo competition to Barbados Slim.  Meanwhile, Bender, impersonating a fembot, enters the bending competition as Coilette from the nation of Robonia.  He ends up winning five gold metals, but has to pass a gender test.  In a desperate move to keep his wins, Bender has the professor give him a sex change.  Bender as “Coilette” is soon invited on Late Night with Humorbot 5.0, where he attracts the eye of Calculon and the two start to date.  While Bender continues dating Calculon as a way to scam him, Calculon is really falling in love with “Coilette” to the point of asking “her” to marry him.  Bender, wanting out, but at the same time not wanting to hurt Calculon's feelings, is able to kill off “Coilette.”  With the Calculon situation out of the way, Bender has the professor change him back into a man.  

(“Bend Her”)


Calculon, in response to Coilette's melodramatic death, makes a movie based on it called, Coilette: The Calculon Story.

(Concurrent to “Bend Her”)


Professor Farnsworth inadvertently creates a box into a parallel dimension, known as Universe B.  Not knowing what it is, Farnsworth wants to simply chuck it into the sun.  Leela, guarding the box, peeks inside and ends up in Universe B.  Thinking the Universe A (aka the “real” universe), is evil, Farnsworth-B has Leela-B collect the rest of Universe A's Planet Express crew, except for Hermes.  After realizing that neither universe is evil, the two professors decide to let everyone return to their own universe, but soon discover that the two Zoidbergs stole the box to feel important.  The professors attempt to make another box, but none of the at least 1729 other ones lead into Universe A.  Finally, after a chase through the other universes, they reclaim the box and everyone enters Universe A, right before Hermes throws the box into the sun.  After saying good-byes, the professors are able to pull out the box from the other's universe.  

(“The Farnsworth Parabox”)   


Fry and Leela go to an ape fight.

      (After “The Farnsworth Parabox”)


Earth Forces engage and defeat the Spidarians on Tarantulon 5.  Zapp Brannigan is promoted to general major webelo for the campaign.  Because of the wealth acquired by the Spidarians, President Nixon decides to refund $300 back to the taxpayers.  Fry decides to spend it on 100 cups of coffee.  Bender uses it to buy burglary equipment so he can steal Le Grand Cigar, while Scruffy gets a fancy haircut.  The Professor buys stem cells to make himself look younger and attracts the eye of a young girl, who spent her refund on reducing her weight.  Kif uses his money for a romantic paddle-plane ride with Amy, who spend her refund on a talking tattoo.  Kif also gives Amy a watch, which falls into an aquarium and is eaten by Mushu, the whale.  Leela, who was planning to use her money to swim with Mushu, loads her swimsuit up with dead fish, so Mushu will eat it and then throw up, expelling the watch.  It works, though Kif is arrested after diving after the watch and becoming covered with ambergris, which is considered aquarium property.  He is released after he sheds his skin.  Hermes bought Dwight a pair of Bamboo Boogie Boots, which Hermes tries on.  He doesn't quite know how to use them, and continually wants around town in an attempt to not fall.  This “rampage” eventually ends up at the museum where Brannigan's reception of “Treasures of the Silk Surplus” is being held with the Planet Express crew in attendance.  During the confusion of Hermes' breaking in, Bender's cigar is knocked out of his hand and lights a silk artwork on fire, which causes the entire place to go ablaze.  Fry, who has reached his 100th cup of coffee, is able to move at a ridiculous speed and saves everyone from the burning building.  Meanwhile, Zoidberg, not knowing what to spend his money on, eventually decides to buy food for the local homeless.  Bender is arrested for stealing Le Grand Cigar.

(“Three Hundred Big Boys”)


Dwight buys five shares of Amazon.com.

      (After “Three Hundred Big Boys”)


The Planet Express crew head out to Duraflame National Forest for some camping.  While there, aliens abduct Fry and has his nose removed.  Realizing that his nose is being used as an illegal aphrodisiac, Fry, Leela, and Bender head to an alien bazaar to search for it.  The search leads them to Lrr, of Omicron Persei 8.  His wife, Nd-nd, makes Lrr give back the nose, however, upon leaning of human male genital, Lrr thinks this would be a better substitute for Human Horn and demands Fry's.  Seeing that Lrr and Nd-nd are having marital troubles, Fry and Leela make a deal: if they can get Lrr and Nd-nd to resolve their problems after a romantic dinner, then Fry can go.  If not, then they get Fry's genitals.  Taking them to Duraflame, the night is one disaster after another.  When Bigfoot appears, Lrr is taken with the creature.  Ranger Park, the park ranger, arrives, wanting to capture Bigfoot.  Lrr stands in his way, protecting the creature.  Nd-nd, seeing the sensitive man Lrr once was, falls for him again.  With their marriage repaired, Fry is let go.

(“Spanish Fry”)


Fry begins taking holo-phoner lessons from Mrs. Mellonger.

(Prior to “The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings”)

  

Bender attends Fry's first holo-phoner recital, which Fry bombs horribly.  Wanting to impress Leela with his music, Fry goes to see Beelzebot to see if he can help.  Beelzebot offers to replace replace stupid fingers with robot ones from a randomly selected robot.  The plan backfires when the robot selected happens to be Beelzebot.  The switch is made, much to Beelzebot's chagrin.  With his new hands, Fry becomes an instant success with the holo-phoner.  He is even approached by Hedonismbot to compose an opera.  Fry decides to make it about Leela.  Meanwhile, Beelzebot concocts an elaborate scheme to get back his hands.  He first tempts Bender with, in exchange for his crotch plate, a horn for his nose to become more annoying.  Bender accepts and accidentally deafens Leela with his new nose.  On the night of Fry's opera, Leela: Orphan of the Stars, Leela goes, even though she cannot hear.  During intermission, Beelzebot arrives and offers Leela the ability to hear, in exchange for her hand.  She accepts, though what she doesn't know is that by hand, he means marriage.  When all is revealed on stage during Act II, Fry, to save Leela, lets Beelzebot have his hands back.  With his normal hands returned, Fry attempts to resume the opera, but it fails.  Everyone leaves the opera house, except for Leela, who asks Fry to continue playing because she wants to hear how it ends.

(“The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings”)


Leela goes on a mission to Space Earth alone, because Bender and Fry are at Fry's recital.

      (Concurrent to “The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings”)


     3022

Kif and Amy's babies grow into normal-sized children, ready to be raised by their parents.

      (Twenty years after “Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch”)


34th Century


     3300

The robots that were trapped in the mine accident on Titan in the year 3000 die.  

(Mentioned in “A Head in the Polls.”  They were predicted to die in 300 years after the episode.)


41st Century

     4000
The second giant ball of garbage returns to Earth.  

(Conjecture, Fry suggests that the second ball of garbage won't return to Earth for “hundreds of years.”  Given that the it took the first ball nearly 1000 years to return to Earth, it is reasonable to assume the second ball will take just as long.)


4000+

. . . and then what happened?
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-6-5 04:47:47 | 显示全部楼层
总算发完了,20000字的限制,得分成10多帖,累死了……
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发表于 2006-6-5 11:14:31 | 显示全部楼层
呵呵,辛苦了。别忘了翻译哦
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发表于 2006-6-5 11:48:39 | 显示全部楼层
呵呵...楼主这翻译量可不少啊.坚持下去.
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发表于 2006-6-6 12:12:13 | 显示全部楼层
等待楼主翻译中。。。
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发表于 2006-6-7 11:52:24 | 显示全部楼层
楼主辛苦啊,啥时翻译啊?!
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-6-11 23:04:32 | 显示全部楼层
对不起让大家等了那么长时间,最近要写论文,找工作,比较忙,不能保证翻译进度,不过我尽量吧
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