|Planet of origin||Earth|
|Profession||Owner of the NNY Mets,|
formerly URFL Commissioner
|Relatives||Albert, adoptive son.|
Nina, adoptive daughter.
Sally, adoptive daughter.
Sam, adoptive son.
Serveral other adopted orphans.
|First appearance||"Raging Bender" (2ACV08)|
|Voiced by||Tom Kenny|
Abner Doubledeal is a businessman who generally invests his money in sporting ventures. Doubledeal is first seen as the owner of the Ultimate Robot Fighting League, about a year later he had sold the league and bought the New New York Mets blernsball team. His method of recruiting for both was similar, observing potential competitors in their natural environments; Bender was recruited as a fighter after being spotted in a movie theatre and Leela joined the Mets after pitching for the Planet Express team in the park.
It was announced that Doubledeal would return in a season 6 episode, according to David X. Cohen in a June, 2011 interview. This episode turned out to be "Yo Leela Leela", where he was the producer of Leela's show. At the end of the episode, he adopted all of the orphans at the Cookieville Minimum-Security Orphanarium to employ them for the production of the reality show version of Leela's show.
- The name is a reference to Abner Doubleday, a soldier who supposedly founded baseball.
Doubledeal: Son, I'm the commissioner of Ultimate Robot Fighting. I'm a connoisseur of jerks like you who pick fights in movie theatres and you're the biggest I've ever seen.
Bender: You should see me at funerals.
Doubledeal: Kid, that was great! You got us more publicity than a cowboy in a shark tank. Poor Tex... He was quite a shark.
- "Raging Bender" (2ACV08)
- "A Leela of Her Own" (3ACV16)
- The Beast with a Billion Backs cameo)
- Into the Wild Green Yonder cameo)
- "Yo Leela Leela" (6ACV21)
- "The Cure for the Common Clod" (US#011)
- ^ "'Tom Kenny, if you're a Spongebob fan. Tom Kenny will be back as Abner Doubledeal, the fast talking chairman of the Ultimate Robot Fighting league, and later the owner of the New New York Mets. He'll be back as that character.'" — Cohen, David X.
Cohen, David X. (23 June 2020). Futurama's David X. Cohen Speaks From The World of Tomorrow!. Retrieved on 23 June 2011.