Trivia Edit

  • The "L-unit" in the beginning is made of "340 pounds of Tonka-tough steel."
  • Bender uses the line, "I try to keep out but they keep pulling me back in", an adaptation from Michael Corleone's line in The Godfather Part III.
  • It is revealed that Zoidberg's favorite toy is a Slinky since he calls it a pet and thinks that it is living due to its movements. Zoidberg seems to love that toy very much as he is seen crying when he found out that it was straightened.


Endless LoveEdit

The title of this episode is a reference to both the 1981 film Endless Love, and the song 1981 Endless Love by Lionel Richie.

Scooby DooEdit

Zoidberg says, "Well gang, looks like we have another mystery on our hands!". This line is frequently said at the beginning of episodes from the original Scooby-Doo series.

The cream BendgayEdit

In order to bend the unbendable girder Bender applies "Bendgay"; this is a reference to Bengay pain relieving cream.

Haile Selassie IEdit

At one point, Hermes mutters "Haile H. Selassie!" This is a reference to Haile Selassie I I, Emperor of Ethiopia, spiritual leader of the Rastafari movement. Selassie is considered by many Rastafarians to be God incarnate, and therefore the phrase can be considered analogous to the exclamation "Jesus H. Christ!".

Life of BrianEdit

Professor Farnsworth sings a song, the tune of which is from the end of Monty Python's "The Life of Brian".


In one scene Bender stands behind Angeline and learn her how to bend and the song 'Unchained Melody' plays in the background, which is a reference to a scene in the movie "Ghost" where Sam teaches Molly to make pottery.

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