Episode Sounds: 4ACV08 - Crimes of the Hot
Fry: "Man, it's hot! How hot is it? It's so hot, I poured McDonalds coffee in my lap to cool off!" *giggle* "Johnny Carson said it."
Speaker: "Hehehe. You're problably wondering why your ice cream ran away. Well Susie, the culprit isn't foreigners. It's global warming!"
Susie: "Globa Wobba?"
Speaker: "Ye .. Yeah..."
Farnsworth: "You heard the good news everyone! Save the Earth, etc, etc, g'bye!"
Fry: "Wow! That ice dispenser is so big, the ice crushes you!" *giggle* "Yakov Smirnov said it."
Leela: "No he didn't."
Bender: "This could mean the end of the banana daiquiri as we know it!" *pause* "Also, life."
Gay Hippie: "They called me crazy for building this ark!"
Old Hippie: "You *are* crazy! You filled it with same sex animal couples!"
Gay Hippie: "Hey, there are parts of the bible I like and parts I don't like."
Hermes: "Strange. You haven't acted this suspicious since I found those ape bones in the basement."
Farnsworth: "My hip hurts! I'm in the middle of cooking a turkey! I have warranty cards to fill out! I am not just making excuses! Alright, I'll go!"
Speaker: "It is my pleasure to introduce the host of the Kyoto global warming convention. The inventor of the environment and first emperor of the moon: Al Gore!"
Al Gore: "We need to defend our planet against pollution. As well as dark wizards."
Crowd: *goes wild*
Wizard: "Sure! Blame the wizards!"
Al Gore: "That's why I'm offering a bag moon saphires to the first scientist who can solve this problem once and for all."
Crowd: *ahhh, uhhh, whoaa*
Al Gore: "Lovely, aren't they?"
Wizard: "Saphires? Muhuhahahaha. With those, I could open the gate of garage!"
Professor: "Back then you see, robots were slow moving, stiff and a little on the uptight side!"
Robot: "Oh dear, might I favor master with a tender kiss on the forehead?"
Professor: "We still have one problem though. This robot will never meet emission standards."
Mom: *smacks him* "Crap-spackle! We'll just call it a sport utility robot and classify it as a light truck."
Professor: "Well... I suppose the environment can take one more for the team..."
Al Gore: "I must go now. To help collect cans on Jupiter. Peace out, y'all!"
Zoidberg: "Strange... Why would Nixon - an awkward, uncomfortable man - suddenly throw a party? One of the most social events imaginable! It's a trap is why!"
Joan Rivers: "Oh, oh, oh! It's professor Hubert Farnsworth! He's looking sharp in his standard white lab-coat and dark slacks. His wrist watch is a Casio!"
Farnsworth: "Yes! There is no safer occupation than mining. Especially when you are perched on a snow ball whipping through space at a million miles an hour. Whoohoohooohooohooo! Safe."
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