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=== Act II: Purpleberry Pond ===
 
=== Act II: Purpleberry Pond ===
 
[[File:Princess Purpleberry Meets a New Friend.png|thumb|left|225px|Princess Purpleberry Meets a New Friend]]
 
[[File:Princess Purpleberry Meets a New Friend.png|thumb|left|225px|Princess Purpleberry Meets a New Friend]]
There are protestors outside the [[White House]], Nixon and Agnew go to the window to see what they want. The protesters demand that he regulate {{cat|s=no|children}}'s programming and force the writers to “shoehorn in helpful messages”. Agnew calls Hollywood, grunts into the phone, and violently hangs up. They go back to the couch to watch the next cartoon, Purpleberry Pond. It opens in a purple land with small children (Leela, Bender, [[Hermes Conrad|Hermes]], and Amy) singing about Purpleberries, and the Berry Burglar (the professor) and his assistant Zoidberg watching them, plotting to get Purpleberries. Princess Purpleberry (Leela) then walks through the town greeting the other children, and the Marquis of Mulberry (Bender) muses about how they never get sick of the color purple. Princess Purpleberry explains that this is because of the healthy Purpleberries they eat, and then waters a nearby Purpleberry bush with maple syrup. A commercial comes on for a cereal called sugar blasted Purpleberry Puffs, a sad [[Micky|young boy]] is offered a bowl of the cereal, and he eagerly accepts it, Princess Purpleberry then comes off of the box and explains that the cereal is triple-coated in maple-flavored syrup to “start your day with purple power!” The show returns with the children of Purpleberry Pond singing about Purpleberries. They are interrupted when a carriage pulls into town carrying their new neighbor Lord Loquat. They all go to meet him, but most are horrified when he steps out of the carriage and is orange. The Marquis of Mulberry tells Lord Loquat he doesn't like him because he's different, but Princess Purpleberry defends him, saying that it takes two colors to make a rainbow. The Marquis of Mulberry apologizes to Lord Loquat, and they sing together. Meanwhile the Berry Burglar and Zoidberg still watch plotting. A new commercial comes on for sugar blasted purple and orange berry puffs. A young girl sits wondering about why there are two colors instead of one, her mother reads the box, and Princess Purpleberry once again jumps off of it, and explains that the cereal now contains two flavors of cereal. The girl starts eating it, and the commercial flashes forward, to the same girl, but slightly fatter eating the cereal. She burps, and a bubble comes out containing Zoidberg. The bubble pops and the girl and her mother laugh as Zoidberg falls into the milk. The show then returns, showing the Berry Burglar explaining to Zoidberg that he has a plan to steal the Purple and Orange berries. He fires a cannon at the town, and out comes a puffy white ball. It pops above the town, raining onto the Purple and Orange berries. The villagers come out, and Princess Purpleberry is horrified because she thinks that it is snow and will ruin the Purple and Orange berry crop. Lord Loquat tastes and says that it isn't snow, it's sugar. The villagers rejoice. Commercials come on again, and Princess Purpleberry once again comes off of the box, explaining to the girl and her mother that now they have sugar frosted sugar blasted Purple and Orange berry puffs, and the girl happily says that she doesn't know which she likes better, regular or type two. The show returns, and the Berry Burglar laments that he didn't get his hands on the Purple and Orange berries. Then, it cuts to the villagers eating sugar coated sugar blasted Purple and Orange berry puffs, and saying that they have learned that they all learned that it doesn't matter what color you are, so long as you eat the cereal, the villagers sing a jingle, and the episode ends.
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There are protestors outside the [[White House]], Nixon and Agnew go to the window to see what they want. The protesters demand that he regulate {{cat|s=no|children}}'s programming and force the writers to “shoehorn in helpful messages”. Agnew calls Hollywood, grunts into the phone, and violently hangs up. They go back to the couch to watch the next cartoon, Purpleberry Pond. It opens in a purple land with small children (Leela, Bender, [[Hermes Conrad|Hermes]], and Amy) singing about Purpleberries, and the Berry Burglar (the professor) and his assistant Zoidberg watching them, plotting to get Purpleberries. Princess Purpleberry (Leela) then walks through the town greeting the other children, and the Marquis of Mulberry (Bender) muses about how they never get sick of the color purple. Princess Purpleberry explains that this is because of the healthy Purpleberries they eat, and then waters a nearby Purpleberry bush with maple syrup. A commercial comes on for a cereal called sugar blasted Purpleberry Puffs, a sad [[Micky|young boy]] is offered a bowl of the cereal, and he eagerly accepts it, Princess Purpleberry then comes off of the box and explains that the cereal is triple-coated in maple-flavored syrup to “start your day with purple power!” The show returns with the children of Purpleberry Pond singing about Purpleberries. They are interrupted when a carriage pulls into town carrying their new neighbor Lord Loquat. They all go to meet him, but most are horrified when he steps out of the carriage and is orange. The Marquis of Mulberry tells Lord Loquat he doesn't like him because he's different, but Princess Purpleberry defends him, saying that it takes two colors to make a rainbow. The Marquis of Mulberry apologizes to Lord Loquat, and they sing together. Meanwhile the Berry Burglar and Zoidberg still watch plotting. A new commercial comes on for sugar blasted purple and orange berry puffs. A young girl sits wondering about why there are two colors instead of one, her mother reads the box, and Princess Purpleberry once again jumps off of it, and explains that the cereal now contains two flavors of cereal. The girl starts eating it, and the commercial flashes forward, to the same girl, but slightly fatter eating the cereal. She burps, and a bubble comes out containing Zoidberg. The bubble pops and the girl and her mother laugh as Zoidberg falls into the milk. The show then returns, showing the Berry Burglar explaining to Zoidberg that he has a plan to steal the Purple and Orange berries. He fires a canon at the town, and out comes a puffy white ball. It pops above the town, raining onto the Purple and Orange berries. The villagers come out, and Princess Purpleberry is horrified because she thinks that it is snow and will ruin the Purple and Orange berry crop. Lord Loquat tastes and says that it isn't snow, it's sugar. The villagers rejoice. Commercials come on again, and Princess Purpleberry once again comes off of the box, explaining to the girl and her mother that now they have sugar frosted sugar blasted Purple and Orange berry puffs, and the girl happily says that she doesn't know which she likes better, regular or type two. The show returns, and the Berry Burglar laments that he didn't get his hands on the Purple and Orange berries. Then, it cuts to the villagers eating sugar coated sugar blasted Purple and Orange berry puffs, and saying that they have learned that they all learned that it doesn't matter what color you are, so long as you eat the cereal, the villagers sing a jingle, and the episode ends.
  
 
=== Act III: G.I. Zapp ===
 
=== Act III: G.I. Zapp ===

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