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** Though this is less important, Robot God also closely resembles Eve from the 2008 animated movie, ''{{w|WALL-E}}''.
 
** Though this is less important, Robot God also closely resembles Eve from the 2008 animated movie, ''{{w|WALL-E}}''.
 
*Robot God was originally a concept that would appear in "[[Hell Is Other Robots]]".  When this was mentioned in the [[Commentary:Hell Is Other Robots|commentary]] for that episode, [[Matt Groening]] humorously quipped, "There ''is'' no Robot God."
 
*Robot God was originally a concept that would appear in "[[Hell Is Other Robots]]".  When this was mentioned in the [[Commentary:Hell Is Other Robots|commentary]] for that episode, [[Matt Groening]] humorously quipped, "There ''is'' no Robot God."
*[[Robotology]] is a [[religion]] that believes in [[Robot Heaven]], but it is unknown if it believe in Robot God.
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*[[Robotology]] is a [[religion]] that believes in [[Robot Heaven]], and presumably Robot God.
  
 
=== Appearances ===
 
=== Appearances ===

Revision as of 00:01, 19 April 2013

For other uses, see God.
Tertiary character
Robot God
God.png
Robot God and Bender.
SpeciesRobot
Planet of originEarth
ProfessionRuler of Robot Heaven
First appearance"Ghost in the Machines" (6ACV19)
Episode
Voiced byPhil LaMarr

Robot God is the ruler of Robot Heaven, where good robots go when they die. First appearing in "Ghost in the Machines", he retrieved Bender from Robot Hell for saving Philip J. Fry from a spherical building that was rolling after him on the Amish homeworld. He then allowed Bender to return to his old body, thus bring himself back to life. Given the way Bender addresses Robot God, it is indicated that they have met before. Robot God may be a robot form of the Galactic Entity.

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