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'''Robanukah''' was only mentioned in [[Fear of a Bot Planet]] and is supposely the "holiest two weeks on the robot calendar."  It was invented by [[Bender Bending Rodriguez]] as an excuse to skip work.  It is celebrated one month after Robomadan, which itself is celebrated one month after Robonza (which is a holiday that tributes his ancestral prototypes and is celebrated by drinking contests), which were also invented by Bender.
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'''Robanukah''' was only mentioned in "[[Fear of a Bot Planet]]" and is supposely the "holiest two weeks on the robot calendar."  It was invented by [[Bender Bending Rodriguez]] as an excuse to skip work.  It is celebrated one month after Robomadan, which itself is celebrated one month after Robonza (which is a holiday that tributes his ancestral prototypes and is celebrated by drinking contests), which were also invented by Bender.
  
A story dedicated to Robanukah will appear in episode [[6ACV13]] of [[season 6]],<ref name="cgef-birthday">{{cite web |url=http://www.gotfuturama.com/Futurama/News/1263517218,47853,/Happy_10th_Birthday_CGEF.html |title=Happy 10th Birthday CGEF!!! |author=reed |publisher=[[Can't Get Enough Futurama]] |date=2010-01-15 |accessdate=2010-01-15}}</ref> meaning that rather than having been invented by Bender he may have merely reused it.
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A story dedicated to Robanukah will appear in episode "[[6ACV13]]" of [[season 6]],<ref name="cgef-birthday">{{cite web |url=http://www.gotfuturama.com/Futurama/News/1263517218,47853,/Happy_10th_Birthday_CGEF.html |title=Happy 10th Birthday CGEF!!! |author=reed |publisher=[[Can't Get Enough Futurama]] |date=2010-01-15 |accessdate=2010-01-15}}</ref> meaning that rather than having been invented by Bender he may have merely reused it.
  
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== Additional Info ==
===Trivia===
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=== Trivia ===
 
*Robanukah is very similar to Chanukah, including the music and 8 candles, even though it lasts for 2 weeks.  Other traditions include carving toxic waste barrows like jack-o-lanterns, cutting robots out of paper and doing the "robot" break-dance.
 
*Robanukah is very similar to Chanukah, including the music and 8 candles, even though it lasts for 2 weeks.  Other traditions include carving toxic waste barrows like jack-o-lanterns, cutting robots out of paper and doing the "robot" break-dance.
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Revision as of 17:43, 23 June 2010

Robanukah
Robanukah2.jpg
TypeHoliday
Celebrated whenUnknown
Celebrated wherePlanet Express Ship
First appearance"Fear of a Bot Planet" (1ACV05)
Episode

Robanukah was only mentioned in "Fear of a Bot Planet" and is supposely the "holiest two weeks on the robot calendar." It was invented by Bender Bending Rodriguez as an excuse to skip work. It is celebrated one month after Robomadan, which itself is celebrated one month after Robonza (which is a holiday that tributes his ancestral prototypes and is celebrated by drinking contests), which were also invented by Bender.

A story dedicated to Robanukah will appear in episode "6ACV13" of season 6,[1] meaning that rather than having been invented by Bender he may have merely reused it.

Additional Info

Trivia

  • Robanukah is very similar to Chanukah, including the music and 8 candles, even though it lasts for 2 weeks. Other traditions include carving toxic waste barrows like jack-o-lanterns, cutting robots out of paper and doing the "robot" break-dance.

Appearances

References

  1. ^ reed (15 January 2010). "Happy 10th Birthday CGEF!!!". Can't Get Enough Futurama. Retrieved on 15 January 2010.