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*The episode's [[title caption]] is very similar to that of "[[Möbius Dick]]", which was also the eighth episode of its broadcast season.
 
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*The episode's title is a reference to the [[1943]] movie ''{{w|Lassie Come Home}}'', directed by {{w|Fred M. Wilcox}}.
 
*The episode's title is a reference to the [[1943]] movie ''{{w|Lassie Come Home}}'', directed by {{w|Fred M. Wilcox}}.
 
*A planet run by gangs could be a reference to the ''[[Star Trek]]'' episode "{{st|A Piece of the Action}}".
 
*A planet run by gangs could be a reference to the ''[[Star Trek]]'' episode "{{st|A Piece of the Action}}".
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*Fry getting his head stuck in a honey jar marked "Hunny" is a reference to "{{w|Winnie the Pooh}}".
  
 
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Revision as of 02:50, 1 August 2013

Season 7 episode
Broadcast season 10 episode
Assie Come Home
Futurama Assie Come Home Bender's Eyes and Mouth in Trash.jpg
Promotional picture of Bender's eyes and mouth in a trash can, after his body is stolen by the crud gang. [1]
No.135
Production number7ACV21
Written byMaiya Williams
Directed byRaymie Muzquiz
Title captionFEATURING A NEW INVISIBLE CHARACTER WHO DOESN'T SPEAK
First air date31 July, 2013
Broadcast numberS10E08
Title referenceThe 1943 film Lassie Come Home
Additional
Commentary
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Transcript

Pictures

Season 7
  1. The Bots and the Bees
  2. A Farewell to Arms
  3. Decision 3012
  4. The Thief of Baghead
  5. Zapp Dingbat
  6. The Butterjunk Effect
  7. The Six Million Dollar Mon
  8. Fun on a Bun
  9. Free Will Hunting
  10. Near-Death Wish
  11. 31st Century Fox
  12. Viva Mars Vegas
  13. Naturama
  14. Forty Percent Leadbelly
  15. 2-D Blacktop
  16. T.: The Terrestrial
  17. Fry and Leela's Big Fling
  18. The Inhuman Torch
  19. Saturday Morning Fun Pit
  20. Calculon 2.0
  21. Assie Come Home
  22. Leela and the Genestalk
  23. Game of Tones
  24. Murder on the Planet Express
  25. Stench and Stenchibility
  26. Meanwhile
← Season 6

"Assie Come Home" is the one hundred and thirty-fifth episode of Futurama, the twenty-first of the seventh production season and the eighth of the tenth broadcast season. It aired on 31 July, 2013, on Comedy Central. Bender searches the universe for his missing shiny metal rear end.

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By 26 July, 2013, Comedy Central had released a two-minute preview clip featuring a fight between the crud gang and the blip gang. [2]

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Additional Information

Trivia

  • The episode's title caption is very similar to that of "Möbius Dick", which was also the eighth episode of its broadcast season.

Allusions

Click here to see cultural mentions made in this episode.

Quotes

    Fry: Uhm, Leela, remember when we were trying to guess what would happen if someone stuck a gun in my face and you said I'd probably crap my pants? Well...

Appearances

Characters

(In alphabetic order)

Places

(In alphabetic order)

References

  1. ^ Countdown to Futurama: Bender’s Eyes and Mouth in Trash. (Comedy Central's Tumblr page.) 25 May 2013. Retrieved on 24 July 2013.
  2. ^ Bot Jacked - Video Clip. (Comedy Central.) Retrieved on 26 July 2013.
  3. ^ Countdown to Futurama: Crud Gang. (Comedy Central's Tumblr page.) 26 May 2013. Retrieved on 24 July 2013.
  4. ^ Countdown to Futurama: Leela, Bender and Fry Underwater. (Comedy Central's Tumblr page.) 27 May 2013. Retrieved on 24 July 2013.
  5. ^ Countdown to Futurama: Tarquin. (Comedy Central's Tumblr page.) 28 May 2013. Retrieved on 24 July 2013.