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In this issue of [[Comic Listing|''Futurama'' comics]], as it leads to obedience, [[Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth|the Professor]] made the decision to try to get his staff into relationships. It is soon revealed that a star [[Philip J. Fry|Fry]] had bought for [[Michelle]] was actually a planet and so made the decision to [[Clone-O-Mat|clone]] her so that he could live on '''[[Planet Michelle]]''' with her. In the meantime, [[Bender Bending Rodríguez|Bender]] becomes a date doctor, but it doesn't take long for his clients to turn on him.
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Among ''[[Futurama]]'''s villains, none are more openly violent around the [[:Category:Holidays|holidays]] than the incorrectly programmed '''[[Robot Santa Claus|Robot Santa]]'''. First constructed in {{year|2801}} by [[Mom's Friendly Robot Company]]. Santa makes his home in a Death Fortress at the North Pole of [[Neptune]], where undersized [[Neptunians]] make toys and weapons for his yearly slaying.

Latest revision as of 03:45, 22 March 2009

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Among Futurama's villains, none are more openly violent around the holidays than the incorrectly programmed Robot Santa. First constructed in 2801 by Mom's Friendly Robot Company. Santa makes his home in a Death Fortress at the North Pole of Neptune, where undersized Neptunians make toys and weapons for his yearly slaying.