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** The word-triggered bomb inside [[Bender]] detonates at the end of the episode, and no explanation is given as to how he might have survived. Furthermore, the bomb was supposedly powerful enough to destroy an entire planet.
 
** The word-triggered bomb inside [[Bender]] detonates at the end of the episode, and no explanation is given as to how he might have survived. Furthermore, the bomb was supposedly powerful enough to destroy an entire planet.
***Then again, Zoidberg was the one who put it in, so he may have lused it up.
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** At the end of the episode, Fry is ejected from the [[Planet Express ship|ship]] after asking if he can have his job back.
 
** At the end of the episode, Fry is ejected from the [[Planet Express ship|ship]] after asking if he can have his job back.

Revision as of 14:20, 16 July 2014

Loose ends, plot holes and unanswered questions are issues in the overall plotline of Futurama which are not described. However, some of these may be intended. Since the show was cancelled, a lot of questions remained somewhat unanswered, but some were later answered with the direct-to-video films and others are hopefully to be answered in the second run.

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