Written by J. Stewart
Directed by Rich Moore
Billy West: Fry, Farnsworth,
Zoidberg and Enos
John DiMaggio: Bender
Maurice LaMarche: The
Tress MacNeille: Mildred
The Popcorn is called
The date they go to watch
the Supernova is Sept 21 3002
One of the clocks they
fly past and that ends up inside the ship is the cat clock from The
The first paper they read
on the ship has the headline 'Flying Saucer Captured'
The can that sprays on
Fry's uniform is called 'All Purpose Spray'
Fry and Enos run on a
piece of land with a sign outside saying 'Bombing Range - Formerly
The scene when Zoidberg
bangs up against the screen and sucks the food off is a parody of
a scene from the film 'Independence Day'
The shop that Leela and
Farnsworth visit is called 'Sears Roebuck' and has a sign saying 'Free
Girdle with Purchase of Tractor'
Two of the shops in the
mainstreet are called 'Fedoras for Boys' and 'Hard Croon Cafe'
Fry and Enos pass a shop
called 'Gils Televisual Radios'
Mildred works at a place
called 'Joe's Malts'
Alot of the scenes with
Fry, Enos and Mildred are reminecent of the film 'Back to the Future'
There is a sign on the
door saying 'Please-One Teen To a Malt'
The patch of land where
Fry leaves Enos has a sign saying 'Atomic Test In Progress'
Mildred has the 10 Commandments
on her wall(Jym Dyer)
The plane that carries
Truman says 'C-Rations' on the side
Truman bursts out of a
crate saying 'Canned Eggs' on it
Mildred lives at 'Chateaus
The second paper has the
headline 'Crackpot Photographs Truman Again'
The missile says 'Roswell
That Ends Well' on it and has a drawing of Zoidberg on it. This was
a takeoff on the famous WWII "Kilroy was here" cartoon that was drawn
on various large munitions and other army containers by soldiers.(Lyle
When they break in to
rescue Zoidberg it's 8 minutes past 2
Fry's Genetic make up
is one quarter Fry's mom's mom, one quarter Fry's mom's Dad, one quarter
Mildred and one quarter Fry
There is a book called
'Roswell That Ends Well'(Ben Stevens)
Enos is the name of the
Deputy in 'Dukes of Hazzard'(Zik)
Bender losing his head
was a very-direct reference to Star Trek TNG's episode "Time's Arrow",
where not only they find Data's head after 500 years of being buried
in San Francisco, but also they re-attach the 500-year old head to
his body... and it works!(Leandro Pardini)