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The '''Space Pope''' is the reptilian leader of [[Space Catholicism]], and presumably the replacement of the [[Pope]] in the future. First mentioned in "[[Hell Is Other Robots]]", he has been mentioned and had cameos in several episodes since. In "[[The Duh-Vinci Code]]" it was revealed he resides in [[Rome]] and guides ship landings.  In "[[The Silence of the Clamps]]", he served as the minister to the [[Donbot]]'s eldest daughter's marriage.
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The '''Space Pope''' is the reptilian leader of [[Space Catholicism]], and presumably the replacement of the [[Pope]] in the future. First mentioned in "[[Hell Is Other Robots]]", he has been mentioned and had cameos in several episodes since. In "[[The Duh-Vinci Code]]" it was revealed he resides in [[Rome]] and guides ship landings.  In "[[The Silence of the Clamps]]", he served as the minister to the [[Donbot]]'s eldest daughter's marriage. In Meanwhile he was attended Fry and Leela wedding
  
 
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== Additional information ==

Revision as of 13:53, 7 September 2013

Tertiary character
Space Pope
Space Pope wedding.png
GenderMale
SpeciesReptilian
ProfessionPope
First appearance"I Dated a Robot" (3ACV15)
Episode
Voiced byMaurice LaMarche

The Space Pope is the reptilian leader of Space Catholicism, and presumably the replacement of the Pope in the future. First mentioned in "Hell Is Other Robots", he has been mentioned and had cameos in several episodes since. In "The Duh-Vinci Code" it was revealed he resides in Rome and guides ship landings. In "The Silence of the Clamps", he served as the minister to the Donbot's eldest daughter's marriage. In Meanwhile he was attended Fry and Leela wedding

Additional information

Trivia

  • He appears to be friends with Calculon, this could be seen as ironic seeing as Calculon himself is friends with the Robot Devil.
  • His reptilian heritage is so ordinary a fact in the future that it is commonly used in a rhetoric question, "Is the Space Pope reptilian?"

Appearances