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Futurama: Bender's Big Score
Directed by Dwayne Carey-Hill
Produced by Lee Supercinski
Claudia Katz
Written by Teleplay:
Ken Keeler
Story:
Ken Keeler
David X. Cohen
Starring Billy West
Katey Sagal
John DiMaggio
Tress MacNeille
Maurice LaMarche
Phil LaMarr
Lauren Tom
David Herman
Dawnn Lewis
Kath Soucie
Frank Welker
Music by Christopher Tyng
Editing by Paul D. Calder
Distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release date(s) United States:
November 27, 2007
United Kingdom:
April 7, 2008
Australia:
March 5, 2008
Running time 89 min.
Country United States
Language English
Followed by Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs

Futurama: Bender's Big Score is an Annie Award-winning direct-to-video film based on the animated series Futurama. It was released in the United States on November 27, 2007. Bender's Big Score, along with the three follow-up films, comprise season five of Futurama, with each film being separated into four episodes of the broadcast season. Bender's Big Score made its broadcast premiere on Comedy Central on March 23, 2008.[1] The movie was written by Ken Keeler, based on a story by Keeler and David X. Cohen, and directed by Dwayne Carey-Hill.

Special appearances include Coolio as Kwanzaa-bot, Al Gore as himself, Mark Hamill as the Chanukah Zombie, Tom Kenny as Fry's older brother Yancy, and Sarah Silverman as Fry's ex-girlfriend Michelle (reprising her role from "The Cryonic Woman").

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Plot

Two years ago, Box Network executives canceled Planet Express's contract. Those executives have been fired, so Planet Express is back "on the air". They throw a party to celebrate, during which Hermes is decapitated and his body crushed during a limbo accident, prompting LaBarbara to leave him. His head is placed in a jar while his body is repaired. The man who performs the procedure, Lars, takes a liking to Leela. Leela reciprocates, much to Fry's annoyance.

During a delivery to a nude beach planet, Bender discovers a tattoo of himself on Fry's buttocks. A trio of scammer aliens dupe the crew into signing petitions and providing their e-mail addresses. When the crew returns to Earth, the scammers begin spamming them. After they respond, Bender is infected with an obedience virus and Professor Farnsworth is tricked into signing over his business. By a process known as "sprunjing," the scammers detect Fry's tattoo, which contains the code for paradox-correcting time travel. Nibbler reveals himself and explains that using the code could destroy the universe, but the scammers ignore him.

Bender destroys New York while being pursued by Swedish authorities in 2308, one of the many moments of continuity with previous episodes.

Since the code only allows travel into the past, the scammers have Bender steal valuable objects from Earth's past and pass the time in a cave beneath Planet Express. Hermes has Bender obtain an earlier version of his body in order to save his marriage. The Professor discovers that duplicates created via time-travel paradoxes, including Hermes' new body, are doomed. Meanwhile, Leela and Lars date, depressing Fry.

After Bender steals all of history's treasures, the scammers decide to destroy the time code by erasing it from Bender's memory and killing Fry. Fry uses the code to escape to January 1, 2000, the day he was frozen. Bender is sent to kill him, arrives in the cryogenics lab and creates a duplicate of himself when he needs to use the bathroom. Another duplicate appears and claims he is from "the very end". He opens the tube that the frozen Fry is in and puts a rub-on tattoo with the time-travel code on his butt. The duplicate, not wanting to kill Fry, fights his programming, initiating a self-destruct sequence. Fry shoves the Bender duplicate in a cryo-tube and sets it for 1,000,000 years. The original Bender spends the next twelve years hunting Fry, then destroys Fry's apartment when Fry walks inside.

Bender reports his success, and the scammers erase the time code and the obedience virus. During a memorial in his honor, Fry shows up. He explains that he created a duplicate of himself; his duplicate confronted the Bender duplicate and remained in the past while he accidentally fell into his own cryo-tube. When Fry (plus the Fry that has already been frozen) awoke in the tube 1,000 years later, the present Fry froze himself until the current year. Flashbacks show the duplicate Fry staying in the 21st Century, spending the twelve years before Bender's attack working at an aquarium, caring for an orphaned narwhal named Leelu.

Nibbler destroys the time code tattoo to keep the scammers from further abusing it. Everyone lives in poverty thanks to the scammers, while Leela and Lars decide to marry. A chain reaction at the wedding leads to Hermes being decapitated again and his body being crushed by a chandelier. Farnsworth explains that Hermes's duplicate body was doomed; Lars becomes agitated and cancels the wedding.

The scammers trick Earth President Richard Nixon into selling Earth to them, and everyone leaves the planet. To reclaim Earth the population assembles a fleet with the aid of Robot Santa, Kwanzaabot, and the Chanukah Zombie. With his bureaucratic brain wired into the battle computer, Hermes leads Earth to victory over the scammers' fleet after both Leela and Zapp fail, and wins back his wife. The scammers threaten the crew with a doomsday device Bender stole for them earlier, but do not realize that Bender then stole the device for himself. Leela fires the device at the scammers' ship, destroying it. Everyone returns to Earth to celebrate the New Year. Bender is commended for his deeds and Hermes is returned to his original body.

After failing to entice a heartbroken Leela, Fry decides to do what he feels is best for her and arranges a reunion with Lars at the cryogenic lab. Having survived the doomsday blast, Nudar, the lead scammer, ambushes them. Nudar claims that the time-travel code still exists on Lars. Lars tricks Nudar into approaching the cryo-tube with the Bender duplicate on overload and holds Nudar against Bender, who explodes, killing the three of them. The explosion singes off some of Lars' clothing, revealing the time code tattoo. A flashback reveals that Lars was Fry's time-travel duplicate; after releasing Leelu into the Arctic wild, he returned to his apartment and survived Bender's attack in 2012; the fire and smoke changed his appearance and voice. Realizing he was Lars, the duplicate Fry froze himself to return to the future and be with Leela. Learning that time travel duplicates were doomed, he canceled the wedding to spare Leela the pain of his death. Leela forgives Lars and kisses Fry.

Bender removes Lars's tattoo and travels into the past to place it on the frozen Fry to make sense of everything that transpired. He then meets many of his duplicates from his stealing spree, and invites them to emerge with him all at once instead of when they were supposed to give their artifacts to the scammers, causing them to explode. Terrified of the paradoxical consequences, Nibbler urges everyone to evacuate the universe before swallowing himself. The Bender duplicates explode and cause a tear in the fabric of space.[2]

Cast

Actor Character
Billy West Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Lars Fillmore
Additional voices
Katey Sagal Turanga Leela
John DiMaggio Bender
Robot Santa
Barbados Slim
Additional voices
Tress MacNeille Additional voices
Maurice LaMarche Schlump
Additional voices
Phil LaMarr Hermes Conrad
Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate
Additional voices
Lauren Tom Amy Wong
Additional voices
David Herman Nudar
Additional voices
Dawnn Lewis LaBarbara Conrad
Kath Soucie Cubert Farnsworth
Frank Welker Nibbler
Fleb
Additional voices
Coolio Kwanzaa-bot
Al Gore Himself
Mark Hamill Chanukah Zombie
Tom Kenny Yancy Fry, Jr.
Sarah Silverman Michelle

Production

In February 2007, Futurama co-creator Matt Groening addressed speculation as to whether Futurama had been revived in episodic or feature-film form, explaining that the crew is "writing them as movies and then we're going to chop them up, reconfigure them, write new material and try to make them work as separate episodes".[3] A preview of the film was shown at Comic-Con 2007.[4] It was also reported at Comic-Con that once the movie is "chopped up" it will be reconfigured into four episodes that will be broadcast on Comedy Central on March 23, 2008. The same will be done with the succeeding three movies, creating a sixteen-episode fifth season.[5] The voice recording finished on July 3, 2007.[6] An official trailer was released on October 10, 2007.

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Music

In addition to background musical scoring for the movie, Christopher Tyng provided two original "movie musical" style songs for the characters to sing in context in Bender's Big Score. The song "I May As Well Jump" (also referred to as "Street Song") exposited the dissatisfaction of most of the characters with the ways their lives were progressing at that point in the plotline, except for Lars and Leela, who were contrastingly delighted to announce their happiness and their impending marriage to one another. The song "This Trinity's Goin' To War" (also referred to as "This Toystore's Goin' To War") exposited the plans of Robot Santa, Chanukah Zombie and Kwanzaa-bot to provide military support to assist in the liberation of Earth.

Release

Bender's Big Score made its broadcast premiere on Comedy Central on March 23, 2008.[1] The film was broken into four separate episodes which served as the first part of Futurama's fifth season, followed by The Beast with a Billion Backs, Bender's Game and Into the Wild Green Yonder. The TV movie is being screened in the United Kingdom on Sky1, which started airing Bender's Big Score on the 26 October 2008. After being aired in four separate episodes, the next three movies will be aired, with each of them being broken up into four episodes; creating a fifth season comprising of 16 episodes overall. Bender's Big Score aired in Canada on October 12, 2008 on the Global Television Network.

In the broadcast premiere, the extended opening from the film is placed before the scene where Hermes is decapitated as opposed to after it. The first two scenes in the montage of Leela and Lars' dates were cut. The original opening subtitle "IT JUST WON'T STAY DEAD!" is kept as the opening subtitle of the first part. The three additional opening captions are: "Watch, Rinse, Repeat", "Apply directly to the foreclaw" (a reference to HeadOn), and "Last Known Transmission of the Hubble Telescope". The billboard scene in all four is identical to the single scene in the film, a snippet from "Space Pilot 3000" where Fry gets frozen.

Reviews

The film currently holds a 100% "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, as well as an 82% when filtered to members of the RT community. It won the 2007 Annie Award for Best Home Entertainment Production.[7] The movie received an "A" rating from a review at UGO noting that its two musical numbers are "hilarious" and that the quality has not decreased from the show's original run.[8] Dan Iverson of IGN gave the movie an 8 out of 10, stating that "it is easy to recommend Bender's Big Score to fans of the series and those new to the show alike." They also gave the DVD a 7 out of 10, praising the extras but lamenting the quality of the video transfer.[9] It has been given a 9/10 by Movie Power magazine and a 'B' by The Washington Post.

Sales

In its first week, the DVD sold 222,036 units, for a total of $3,994,428.[10] As of July 24, 2008, www.the-numbers.com reports DVD sales stand at 920,023, for a total of $16,662,212.[10]

Home media

Futurama: Bender's Big Score is the first carbon-neutral DVD to be released by 20th Century Fox.[11] The studio worked to reduce the carbon impact of DVD manufacture and distribution. It also features "A Terrifying Message From Al Gore", an animated short produced to promote guest star Al Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth, a discussion on the use of mathematics in Futurama, full length audio commentary by cast and crew members. There is also a 22-minute full length episode of "Everybody Loves Hypnotoad".[12] It was released in 16:9 widescreen format.

Torgo's Executive Powder

Torgo's Executive Powder is an elaborate running gag throughout the film in retaliation against the Fox Network for its alleged mishandling and eventual cancellation of Futurama.[13] The product is said to have "a million and one uses" and consists of ground-up executives, including those of the film's thinly veiled Fox Network parody (the Box Network), and makes repeated appearances due to its miraculous utility in such diverse tasks as seasoning, surgery, delousing, feeding heads in jars, cosmetics, bomb disposal, artillery, and the care of head transplant patients. In the "Everybody Loves Hypnotoad" episode released with the film, Torgo's Powder is advertised as a parody of HeadOn, stating "Torgo's Powder: apply directly to the buttocks" three times in the same fashion. The name of the product is a reference to the character Torgo from the horror film Manos: The Hands of Fate. Manos: The Hands of Fate had been made famous by the 1990s cult TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000.[14] When the film was aired on Comedy Central, a fake commercial was shown preceding the first break in which a woman dumps some of the powder in a toilet. It appears once in Bender's Game on Fry and Bender's kitchen counter, when Bender is washing a pot and is about to jump out of the window.[15]

References

  1. ^ a b The Futon Critic Staff (2008-02-07). "COMEDY CENTRAL'S "SOUTH PARK", "LI'L BUSH", MORE TO RETURN IN MARCH". http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news.aspx?id=7549.  
  2. ^ The tear leads to events shown in Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs.
  3. ^ Staff Writer (February 26, 2007). "Rhymes with Raining". Crave Online. http://www.craveonline.com/filmtv/articles/04647510/rhymes_with_raining.html. Retrieved 2007-03-25.  
  4. ^ "Good News Everyone! 'Futurama' Film Footage". tvblogger. http://www.tvblogger.org/2007/07/good-news-everyone-futurama-film.html. Retrieved 2007-07-29.  
  5. ^ "TV Blogger: Comic-Con: The 'Futurama' is Clear". tvblogger.org. http://www.tvblogger.org/2007/07/comic-con-futurama-is-clear.html. Retrieved 2007-07-29.  
  6. ^ Goldman, Eric. "Exclusive: Futurama Actress Gives Update". IGN. http://uk.tv.ign.com/articles/801/801261p1.html. Retrieved 2007-11-28.  
  7. ^ "Legacy: 35th Annual Annie Award Nominees and Winners (2007)". International Animated Film Society. http://annieawards.org/35thwinners.html.  
  8. ^ Tarnoff, Brooke. "Futurama : Bender's Big Score Review". http://www.ugo.com/ugo/html/article/?id=18018&sectionId=25. Retrieved 2007-11-16.  
  9. ^ Iverson, Dan (November 19, 2007). "Futurama: Bender's Big Score Review". IGN. http://dvd.ign.com/articles/836/836327p1.html. Retrieved 2007-11-20.  
  10. ^ a b "Futurama - Bender's Big Score - DVD Sales". http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/2007/0FTBB-DVD.php.  
  11. ^ News Corporation
  12. ^ Celaschi, Molly (November 14, 2007). ""Futurama" Feature Length Movie DVD Specs". http://www.2snaps.tv/9812689. Retrieved 2007-11-16.  
  13. ^ Keller, Joel (2007-11-26). "David X. Cohen of Futurama: The TV Squad Interview". tvsquad.com. http://www.tvsquad.com/2007/11/26/david-x-cohen-of-futurama-the-tv-squad-interview/. Retrieved 2007-11-26.  
  14. ^ "Info for Manos: The Hands of Fate". Internet Movie Database. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060666/. Retrieved 2008-05-27.  
  15. ^ Audio commentary for Bender's Game.

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Bender's Big Score is a 2007 straight-to-DVD animated film based on the Futurama series.

Contents

Bender

  • I support and oppose many things, but not strongly enough to pick up a pen.
  • Here's your Gutenberg Bible, masters, plus the Colonel's Secret Recipe: Chicken, Grease, Salt!
  • 001100010010011110100001101101110011
  • Well, we're boned!
  • Hasta la vista, Meatbag!
  • Fry old buddy, it's me, Bender! [blows up Fry's apartment]
  • While I was hacking off the Professor's hand with an extremely dull saw, I had time to think. Who could use a doomsday device more, the scammers, or me, Bender? After several minutes of steady sawing, I had the answer. Me, Bender!

Fry

  • I want what makes you happy, not what makes me happy.

Hermes

  • Without my body I'm a nobody.
  • Kiss my front butt!

Leela

  • [Considering what to wear on her date with Lars] Ooh, I think I'll wear that slutty dress I've been saving for Easter!

Lars

  • Sir, you're just a little enraged because you're dying. Up and away!
  • Wait for me, Leela! I'll be there in a thousand years!

Professor Farnsworth

  • I'm sciencing as fast as I can!
  • I can wire anything directly into anything - I'm the professor!
  • In his [Hermes'] absence I am calling a mandatory company meeting. To the mandatorium!

Nibbler

  • Quick! Everyone out of the universe!
  • There, I saved the space-time continuum and 40% of your rectum.

Dr. Zoidberg

  • I'm a surgeon; when I see two body parts I sew them together and see what happens!

Others

  • Barbados Slim: You haven't seen the last of Barbados Slim. Now goodbye forever.
  • Zapp Brannigan: We fight this battle not for ourselves, but for our children, and our children's children, which is why I'm forming a children's brigade.
  • Al Gore: [in the year 2012] That hundred dollars could have gotten me...one gallon of gas.
  • Al Gore: Finally! I get to save the Earth with deadly lasers instead of deadly slide shows.

Dialogue

Professor Farnsworth: Yes? I see… [hangs up phone] Good news, everyone! Those asinine morons who canceled us were themselves fired for incompetence. [The crew cheers] And not just fired, but beaten up, too…and pretty badly. [The crew cheers doubtfully] In fact, most of them died from their injuries. [The crew remains silent. Bender laughs] And then they were ground up into a fine pink powder.
Fry: Why?
Professor Farnsworth: Oh, it's got a million and one uses. [Pours some down his pants] Ah, that soothes the fire.

Hermes: What's the matter, robot? You got a rod up your spine?
Bender: Yes, I do. That's how I'm built.

[Fry has just reappeared in the 31st Century, after Bender apparently killed him in 2012.]
Bender: Fry! You're not dead! Unless...
[Bender punches Fry in the stomach.]
Bender: No, he's not a zombie. But I don't want people to think I'm incompetent, so I'd better kill you just to be sure.
[Bender pulls out a croquet mallet, and prepares to swing it at Fry. The Professor pulls it out of his hands.]
Professor Farnsworth: Bender! Stop killing for a minute!

[Nudar is threatening Scruffy with a gun.]
Nudar: [to Bender] You! Read the code or I'll shoot this guy!
Bender: Who the hell is he?
Scruffy: I'm Scruffy, the janitor.
Bender: Hang on, Scruffy!

Leela: What is the secret of time travel doing on Fry's ass?
Fry: It was bound to be somewhere.

Nibbler: Alas, our kitten-class attack ships were no match for their mighty chairs. The universe is doomed, doomed!
Fry: Can I pull up my pants now?
Nibbler: Doomed!

[Bender shows up with the incomplete Mona Lisa from the past.]
Bender: Sorry, it's not quite finished.
Schlump: Da Vinci give you any trouble?
Bender: Let's just say he might not make it to The Last Supper.

Professor Farnsworth: Time travel is impossible!
Fry: But Professor, you time traveled yourself remember? When we went back to Roswell?
Professor Farnsworth: That proves nothing! And furthermore, you'd think I could remember a thing like that; plus, who are you anyway?

[Hermes has discovered that his head was attached backwards.]
Hermes: You incompetent crab!
Dr. Zoidberg: I thought you were happy, your tail was wagging.

Amy: Ahh, don't blame yourself, Bender.
Bender: I don't blame myself, I blame all of you!
Amy: Us? How can you possibly blame us!?
Bender: It ain't easy, it just proves how great I am.

Bender: [shivering] It's so cold, my processor is running at peak efficiency.
Leela: What are you, a whining machine?

Fry: I don't get it. How can you say Lars is more mature than me?
Leela: Well, for one thing his checkbook doesn't have The Hulk on it.

Leela: I can't command this many ships.
Hermes: Perhaps I can help. Professor, can you wire my head directly into the battlegrid?
Professor Farnsworth: I can wire anything directly into anything. I'm the Professor!
Hermes: Then prepare to see a bureaucrat's brain in action!

Fry: It's foolproof! They can't sign the marriage license if I give them a pen with NO INK!
Bender: [sarcastic] Yeah, 'cause once they try to sign the license, all hell'll break loose. [Bender turns away and mutters] Oy vey.

[The scammers are threatening the planet express crew with Professor Farnsworth's Sphero-Boom]
Nudar: So what'll it be, unconditional surrender -
Leela: Never!
Nudar: - Or total destruction?
Leela: Also never!
Nudar: You have thirty seconds - make up your minds!
Leela: NEVER!

[Leela is shouting orders during the battle to reclaim Earth]
Leela: Unit 10 - Target H, 16K - niner, niner! Go left - I mean right!
Sal: Whoas!
Leela: 55U, 8R, 2P!
Professor Farnsworth: [Speaking to Hattie McDoogal] BINGO!

[Nibbler attempts to stop the scammers from using the time code.]
Nibbler: Stop, you fool!
Leela: Nibbler, you can talk?!
Nibbler: I can do more than talk; I can pontificate!

Lars: Hello, everyone who isn't Leela! And a special hello to everyone else!
Hermes: Shut your lockers and get to class!

Fry: Can you save Hermes "Doctor Good and Sexy?"
Dr. Cahill: I told you my name is Doctor Cahill.
Hermes: Figures I had to get mingled while the blonde bimbo is on duty.
Dr. Cahill: I am a doctor, sir. The mere fact that I am blonde and have a breathy voice, full, sensual lips, and a steaming hot body doesn't make me a bimbo.
Dr. Zoidberg: Tell me about it.
Hermes: I think we've all learned a thing or two about sexual stereotypes while my head's slowly dying because I'm not in a jar yet, you bimbo!
Dr. Cahill: Oh. Right. Ditzy Witzy!

[Professor Farnsworth is considering selling some of his doomsday devices to Hedonismbot]
Professor Farnsworth: Ooh, be careful!
Hedonismbot: I shan't touch them 'till I've had Djambi lock the absinthe and ether away. Ooh, what does this one do? [Hedonismbot grabs one of the doomsday devices]
Professor Farnsworth: Uh, that one kills everything everywhere.
Hedonismbot: Delightful! [Hedonismbot accidentally knocks the device from the shelf.] And this one?
Professor Farnsworth: Sir, the Sphero-Boom is not for sale, it's my sentimental favorite.
Hedonismbot: No need to explain, I too have known unconventional love.

Marine Biologist: Leelu is a rare toothed female narwhal who got disoriented and washed up in Atlantic City, as we all do from time to time...

[Fry is recounting how he survived his trip to the past.]
Fry: Oh, it's an astonishing tale of incredibleness. It all began went I went back in time.
Professor Farnsworth: Duh!

[Nudar is ordering Bender to kill Fry]
Nudar: You know what to do.
Bender: You want me to concludify him, like some sort of dispaturator?
Nudar: Yes, and don't forget to terminate him.

[Nudar is telling Bender how to steal the Sphero-Boom from the professor.]
Nudar: You'll need jeweller's tools and foot cup silencers.
Bender: Hey, I don't tell you how to tell me what to do, so don't tell me how to do what you tell me to do!

Nudar: Hey, that's perfect! We sit back and let Dumb-Dumb here do the stealing!
Bender: Dumb-Dumb away!

See also

  • Futurama
  • Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs
  • Futurama: Bender's Game
  • Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder

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Futurama: Bender's Big Score
Directed by Dwayne Carey-Hill
Produced by Matt Groening
David X. Cohen
Lee Supercinski
Written by Michael Rowe
Teleplay:
Ken Keeler
Story:
David X. Cohen
Ken Keeler
Starring Billy West
Katey Sagal
John DiMaggio
Tress MacNeille
Maurice LaMarche
Music by Christopher Tyng
Editing by Paul D. Calder
Distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release date(s) United States:
November 27, 2007
Australia:
March 5, 2008
United Kingdom:
April 7, 2008[1]
Running time 89 min.
Country
Language English
Followed by The Beast with a Billion Backs
Official website
Allmovie profile
IMDb profile

Futurama: Bender's Big Score is a straight-to-DVD animated comedy movie, and the first Futurama movie. It was followed by Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs, and will have two more sequels called Futurama: Bender's Game and Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder. It was the first thing done with Futurama since it was cancelled in 2005.

Cast

Actor Character
Billy West Philip J. Fry
Professor Farnsworth
Dr. Zoidberg
Zapp Brannigan
Richard Nixon
Lars Fillmore
Additional voices
Katey Sagal Turanga Leela
John DiMaggio Bender Rodriguez
Robot Santa
Barbados Slim
Additional voices
Tress MacNeille Additional voices
Maurice LaMarche Kif Kroker
Schlump
Additional voices
Phil LaMarr Hermes Conrad
Dwight Conrad
Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate
Additional voices
Lauren Tom Amy Wong
Additional voices
David Herman Nudar
Scruffy
Additional voices
Dawnn Lewis LaBarbara Conrad
Kath Soucie Cubert Farnsworth
Frank Welker Nibbler
Fleb
Additional voices
Coolio Kwanzaa Bot
Al Gore Himself
Mark Hamill Chanukah Zombie
Tom Kenny Yancy Fry
Sarah Silverman Michelle

References



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