Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 1

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Season 5 episode
Derived from Into the Wild Green Yonder
Broadcast season 6 episode
Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 1
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No.85
Production number5ACV13
Writers
Ken Keeler
David X. Cohen
Directed byPeter Avanzino
Title caption<ESP> Closed-captioned for the ESP-impaired
First air date30 August, 2009
Broadcast numberS06E13
Special guest(s)Seth MacFarlane
Phil Hendrie
Penn & Teller
Additional
Transcript
Animatic

Pictures

Season 5
  1. Bender's Big Score
    1. Bender's Big Score Part 1
    2. Bender's Big Score Part 2
    3. Bender's Big Score Part 3
    4. Bender's Big Score Part 4
  2. The Beast with a Billion Backs
    1. The Beast with a Billion Backs Part 1
    2. The Beast with a Billion Backs Part 2
    3. The Beast with a Billion Backs Part 3
    4. The Beast with a Billion Backs Part 4
  3. Bender's Game
    1. Bender's Game Part 1
    2. Bender's Game Part 2
    3. Bender's Game Part 3
    4. Bender's Game Part 4
  4. Into the Wild Green Yonder
    1. Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 1
    2. Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 2
    3. Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 3
    4. Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 4
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"Into the Wild Green Yonder Part 1" is the eighty-fifth episode of Futurama, the thirteenth of the fifth production season, the thirteenth of the sixth broadcast season and the first cut from Into the Wild Green Yonder. It aired on 30 August, 2009, on Comedy Central. It guest-stars Seth MacFarlane as the intro singer, Phil Hendrie as Hutch Waterfall and Penn & Teller as themselves. The Planet Express crew goes to Mars Vegas, while Bender is making out with the Donbot's wife.

The Story[edit]

Act I[edit]

In the Black Dwarf System, in the deepest part of space, a mystic green wave of light begins to spread. The wave passes through a violet dwarf system in slightly deep space, triggering the beginning of life on an asteroid there.

Cut to the old Mars Vegas, where the Planet Express crew is partying. But the party is soon to come to an end, because Leo Wong is demolishing the city in front of a crowd. Leo explains that they are going to build a new Mars Vegas, bigger and better, out further in the desert.

At the construction site, a group of environmentalist feminists, the Feministas, lead by Frida Waterfall, shows up to protest the construction. To show his appreciation, Leo blows them up, and Frida's female symbol pendant becomes lodged in Fry's brain.

Leela is disturbed by Leo's lack of respect for nature. He defends himself, explaining that he has hired Professor Farnsworth to perform an environmental survey of the construction, but Farnsworth is clearly being bribed by Leo.

A small scum puddle on the construction site is the only breeding habitat of the Desert Muck Leech (Cyprinodon martius). Leo lays a car park over the puddle, but Leela has saved a single specimen.

Due to potential legal issues because of what happened to Fry, Leo gives him a free entry to the Poker tournament. When Leo needs the rest as witnesses, Bender scores them a deal for free suites and free dinner when the new Mars Vegas opens.

At the new casinos, Fry begins to hear other people's thoughts. Out on the street, Fry's condition worsens, as more and more people's voices enter his head, and so he flees into an alley where he meets Hutch. Hutch can also read minds, and gives Fry a tinfoil hat like his own to shut out the voices. Hutch finds to his surprise that he cannot hear Fry's thoughts. Hutch warns Fry about the Dark Ones, and tells him never to speak of his ability.

Act II[edit]

Meanwhile, the Robot Mafia and Bender are enjoying a theatre of the pornographic art. Bender becomes especially interested in the main act: Fanny. When he meets her at her dressing room, Fanny immediately becomes interested in Bender, but there is a slight hitch: Fanny is Donbot's wife. Despite this, they make out immediately behind Donbot's back.

Elsewhere, Fry wants to try out his new "superpower", and after mistaking it for invisibility, he decides to enter the poker tournament. At Elzar's restaurant in Mars Vegas, Bender reveals the affair with Fanny to the crew. Despite the obvious display to Joey Mousepad and Clamps, Donbot is still not sure that the affair is real. Bender also decides to enter the Universal Poker Championship to please Fanny. Fanny warns him that he isn't lucky enough, but Bender explains he is 40% lucky, due to some of his metal coming from a truckload of horseshoes. Fanny supplies Bender with Donbot's foot which would grant him 70% more luck. In addition to those two kinds of luck, he also stepped on a Leprechaun, which brings him up to 3 kinds of luck, with which he cannot lose.

Donbot is unwilling to jump to the conclusion that Fanny cut off his lucky foot and gave it to Bender, but explains to the gang that he'll be convinced if Bender wins the poker tournament.

Act III[edit]

At the 3009 Universal Poker Championship, hosted by Penn & Teller, Bender and Fry meet up, discovering that they both have entered. With the other contestants eliminated, it is down to Bender and Fry, but in their final hand, Bender refuses to look at his cards, leaving Fry unable to use his mind reading skills to know what to do. Fry calls Bender's all in. 3 kings and 2 aces are laid out by the dealer, Fry's hand is two aces, giving him a hand of four. Bender, however, has two kings, one being a coaster labelled "King of Beers", giving him a hand of five kings and he wins the championship.

However, Bender's win also means that Donbot has decided to deal with Bender and Fanny. Out in the desert, the Robot Mafia forces them to dig their own graves, after which they bury and shoot them a few times as a warning.

The episode ends with "next time".

Additional Info[edit]

Miscellany[edit]

See Miscellany of Into the Wild Green Yonder. for trivia, goofs, etc.
(In alphabetic order)

Cast[edit]

Film to Episode Edits[edit]

A worm unseen in the film bears an important message

In order to make this quarter of the film fit into an episode's timeslot, some transitional shots were shortened slightly, and some other larger cuts have occurred.

  • Unlike the other Part 1 episodes derived from films, the caption of this episode is not the same as that of the film.
  • Bender does not tell the construction workers "Yo, you need any girders bent, I know a guy."
  • Frida, when asking where her femi-necklace and megafem are doesn't begin with "hey".
  • Leo does not say "You mean, cursory environmental survey?"
  • Farnsworth doesn't use the scientific name of "Cyprinodon martius".
  • Before defending the muck leeches' right to live, Leela doesn't say "Wait a second."
  • Leo doesn't laugh after declaring the leeches extinct
  • Leela, while being attacked by the leech doesn't say "Mother-(bleep)."
  • After Bender wins on the slot machine, the coins aren't seen being disperced, and he doesn't say "It's all in the wrist," or use his arm as a vacuum to suck up the prize, and the Professor's pocket change.
  • Hutch, seeing Fry's reaction to his new ability, doesn't say "I've been there."
  • Clamps doesn't say "Jeez, get a load of the batteries on her."
  • Where Leela would have said "I mean, you do have tin foil on your head," she leaves out the "I mean".
  • Before discussion the preparation of Jojo, Elzar doesn't say "Well, let's see now."
  • "...but not till..." is omitted from Bender's announcement of his plan to enter the tournament.
  • Fanny doesn't tell Bender "You can't beat the best players in the universe."
  • The following part of the exchange between Donbot and Clamps was cut:

    Donbot: ...Only one thing can prove that he has my lucky foot.
    Clamps: Torture with the clamps or a clamp-like device?
    Donbot: No. ...

  • Fry doesn't lift his hat again, only to hear Bender scatting like a guitar.
  • At the end of the episode, a worm train goes past with "To be continued" graffitied on it.