All My Circuits
|All My Circuits|
|First appearance||"Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)|
All My Circuits is a TV show sometimes viewed by the Planet Express crew. It stars mainly Robots, with a single token Human. In 3001, a a movie based on it was released. The show seems to have evolved from 20th century soap operas, though is much more exaggerated and melodramatic. Its name is a reference to the soap opera All My Children from our time.
- 1 Phonisodes
- 2 Cast and characters
- 3 Episodes
- 4 Films
- 5 Additional Info
Besides regular episodes, there are also phonisodes, episodes that can be downloaded to the eyePhone, and changed by users, in case they want to include themselves. These are probably not authorized by the production company.
Cast and characters
|Unknown acting unit||Monique|
|Boxy Robot||Boxy Robot|
|Unknown human actor||Human Friend|
| Unknown acting unit
Bender Bending Rodríguez
| Antonio Calculon, Jr.|
(character seems gone after Bender adopted his own character)
|Bender Bending Rodríguez|| Bender|
(character vanished as the actor left the show)
|N/A||Unknown acting unit/human actor|| Sleazy Martinez|
|Two other robots portray main characters whose names and voices have yet to be seen and heard.|
The name of the episodes aren't official but describe the main subject of the episode.
The ProposalShown in: "I, Roommate" (1ACV03)
Calculon and Monique are sitting in a garden when Calculon asks Monique to marry him. Monique is surprised to see that the ring fits saying Calculon must know she's metric. Calculon says he's always known and they make out whilst in the bushes Boxy secretly watches them. The scene switches to Human Friend who is sitting on a desk laughing. Calculon enters and Human Friend says he thought he was in a coma. Calculon reveals that's what he wanted him to think with his soft pitiful human brain.
Calculon's Wedding and FuneralShown in: "I, Roommate" (1ACV03)
Its Calculon and Monique's wedding and they have nearly got married when Boxy objects and Calculon reveals his terrible secret. A priest at Calculon's funeral says a speech mourning Calculon's death when Calculon intervenes revealing he's alive
Human Friend in HospitalShown in: "I, Roommate" (1ACV03)
The Half-BrotherShown in: "Fry and the Slurm Factory" (1ACV13)
Calculon at the DoctorsShown in: "I Second that Emotion" (2ACV01)
Calculon is in hospital and doesn't know what has happened and the doctor seems reluctant to tell him. The doctor finally says that Calculon's entire family was killed in a plane crash piloted by his bride-to-be, the crash also destroyed his uninsured home and he has inoperable cancer.
AmnesiaShown in: "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television" (4ACV06)
Antonio reveals that he has Amnesia. The scene switches to a boat where Monique has a gun pointed at Antonio. Before she shoots him she wants him to say her name which she can't remember because she has amnesia. Calculon then asks if anyone in the room doesn't have amnesia. After the flashback Calculon has a birthday party with a nude rocks band and big piles of "talcum powder"
Monique's SecretShown in: "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television" (4ACV06)
Antonio has learned a secret his mother kept from Calculon for over 200 years, but he malfunctions before revealing it. [casting sessions for the new actor reveal that Calculon was not his real father and that he intended to join the robo-bandidos at Veracruz]. The new actor causes a re-write putting Antonio in a permanent comma, but he wakes up suddenly as Bender.
BenderShown in: "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television" (4ACV06)
Over multiple episodes, Bender becomes the star. He ruins Human Friend's wedding and several of Monique and Calculon's dates. Later Calculon performs Boxy's wedding and declares that he has six months to live. Bender then makes a closing announcement.
PreviewShown in: "Bend Her" (4ACV13)
On Late Night with Humorbot 5.0, Calculon presents the audience with a clip from All My Circuits, which, according to Calculon, is self explanatory. The clip contains him in a backyard, with a human dressed as a pirate grilling hamburgers, where he goes down on his knees and yell his melodramatic no. After the clip, he explains to Humorbot 5.0, that the script initially called for him to say "yes", but he gave it a little twist.
AdoptedShown in: "A Fit Worse than Death" (US#022)
Calculon's motherboard (not the one built into him) reveals that he is adopted.
The BlackmailerShown in: The Beast with a Billion Backs
Calculon and Monique are approching a large mansion with Calculon explaining that it is where his blackmailer lives. As he knocks on the door a butler greets him and Calculon realizes that it is his mansion. He asks Monique why she didn't tell him and she says that he has a fourth personality that the other three don't know about, and that it and her are lovers.
The KidnapperShown in: "Attack of the Killer App" (6ACV03)
Calculon gets a letter from his nephew's kidnappers, telling him that he is alive, and in the envelope he is holding. He proceeds to open it, finding his nephew inside. He tells Calculon that the kidnappers cut off one of his dimensions, and Calculon and Monique start to weep.
In addition to episodes, the show has occasionally spun-off into films."Raging Bender" (2ACV08)
An interactive movie experience featuring special effects, fight scenes and tedious paperwork.
"Bend Her" (4ACV13)
Calculon falls in love with a fembot named Coilette, and planned to marry her. Coilette, however, is killed by Congo Jack, for stealing precious stones. This is based on his true incident with Bender, after his gender surgery. It is likely that this was not an All My Circuits film.
- The acting unit second from the left is seen on the news in "Mother's Day", and again in the throng of robots listening to Mom's speech.
- "I, Roommate" (1ACV03)
- "Fry and the Slurm Factory" (1ACV13)
- "I Second that Emotion" (2ACV01)
- "Raging Bender" (2ACV08)
- "The Route of All Evil" (3ACV12)
- "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television" (4ACV06)
- "The Route of All Evil" (3ACV12)
- "Bend Her" (4ACV13)
- "Obsoletely Fabulous" (4ACV14)
- The Beast with a Billion Backs
- "In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela" (6ACV02) V-GINY
- "Attack of the Killer App" (6ACV03)
- "A Fit Worse than Death" (US#022)
- "Follow the Reader" (US#046)
- Futurama (video game)