Leonard Nimoy's head
|Leonard Nimoy's head|
|Date of birth||26 March, 1931|
|Planet of origin||Earth|
|First appearance||"Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)|
|Voiced by||Leonard Nimoy|
- This article is about the Futurama character. For the voice actor, see Leonard Nimoy.
- For other uses, see Leonard (disambiguation).
Leonard Nimoy was a member of the original Star Trek cast, playing Spock for 3 seasons. When Star Trek was banned after the Star Trek wars, his fellow cast members left Earth, whilst Nimoy remained behind. [4ACV11] Since then, he resided in the Head Museum, sharing knowledge with passers-by. Fry convinced Leonard to go and recover the Star Trek tapes from Omega 3. They found the rest of the cast and Melllvar welcomed the one who played Spock. Unfortunately, Melllvar became bored with them and put the Trek cast against the Planet Express crew. They all managed to work together and escape to the Nimbus. He now, once again, resides in the Head Museum, having attended the ceremony for the implosion of the violet dwarf star. [ItWGY]
Leonard Nimoy's head: Welcome to the Head Museum, I'm Leonard Nimoy.
Fry: Spock?! H-hey, do the thing!
Leonard Nimoy's head: [laughs] I don't do that anymore.
- "Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)
- "Where No Fan Has Gone Before" (4ACV11)
- Bender's Big Score
- Into the Wild Green Yonder cameo, audience scene)