Everyone v. Farnsworth

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Everyone v. Farnsworth
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Date3010
LocationSuperior Gort
Judge(s)Superior Gort judge
DefendantFarnsworth
Charged forCreationism
Defence LawyerBender
ProsecutorSuperior Gort prosecutor
VerdictNot reached
Appearance"A Clockwork Origin" (6ACV09)
Episode

The Everyone v. Farnsworth case was a trial led by the Superior Gort judge in the Superior Gort of the robo-planetoid. Farnsworth was charged for creationism. Leela, Bender, Fry, Amy and Hermes were witnesses. It took place in 3010, and is known as the "trial of the century" (which doesn't say much as the court was created earlier that day).

Leela was originally intended to be the Professor's defense lawyer, but Bender claimed the job to himself, saying the other robots would listen to him.

Farnsworth was supposed to be found guilty and sentenced to death by melting, but the jury didn't reach a verdict, as it evolved to a higher state of consciousness and stopped caring.

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    Superior Gort prosecutor: Objection! In the absence of pants, defense's suspenders serve no purpose.
    Superior Gort judge: I'm going to allow them... for now.

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