Is it a human instinct to want to do what you’re told not to do, or is that just an American instinct? I guess it’s one of those unanswerable chicken/egg things, which is to say, which is tastier, chicken or eggs? The world may never know. Now that I think about it, I’ve never had a chicken and egg dish in my life. I’m 26, maybe I should hook that up.

Two Universes, Two Boxes.

Two Universes, Two Boxes.

Fry all stretched out.

Fry all stretched out.

Given the opportunity, yeah, I’d probably trade it all for what’s in the box.

Given the opportunity, yeah, I’d probably trade it all for what’s in the box.

Glorious Golden Bender speaks for all of us.

Glorious Golden Bender speaks for all of us.

This is actually pretty correct.

This is actually pretty correct.

If you replace “I’m going home” with “I’m going to kill you, rape your women, and burn this town to the ground” then you basically have the history of civilization.

If you replace “I’m going home” with “I’m going to kill you, rape your women, and burn this town to the ground” then you basically have the history of civilization.

Not sure if it’s funnier if Fry is carrying whole sticks of butter, or if he has a bunch of those little plastic butter containers you get in diners.

Not sure if it’s funnier if Fry is carrying whole sticks of butter, or if he has a bunch of those little plastic butter containers you get in diners.

Strictly speaking, these scenes don’t directly follow each other, and not in this order, but I felt they were thematically related.

Also, “The idiots have the box!” makes me imagine a Doctor Who crossover ep where the Zoidbergs steal the TARDIS and wreak havoc across time/space/multiple dimensions.

Still prefer The Fighting Mongooses.