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Season Three of Futurama consisted of fifteen episodes that aired on the Fox Network in the United States from November 5, 2000 to May 13, 2001. The original order of twenty-two episodes was split; the last three episodes of the initial second season order aired as the first three episodes of the 3rd broadcast season, while nine episodes of the third season order aired as part of the 4th broadcast season and one аired as the third episode of the 5th broadcast season.

Ep Title Writer(s) Director(s) Original airdate
30 - 1 The Honking Ken Keeler Susie Dietter November 5, 2000
At his late Uncle Vladimir's estate, Bender is run over by a vicious Were-car, inheriting the curse. The only way to stop Bender's fatal transformations is to seek out and destroy the original Were-car - the deadly Project Satan.
31 - 2 War is the H-Word Eric Horsted Ron Hughart November 26, 2000
Upon enrolling in the Earth army to get a military discount at the convenience store, Fry and Bender are whisked into war against a planet of ball-like aliens. Leela secretly enters the ranks to keep an eye on her friends.
32 - 3 The Cryonic Woman J. Stewart Burns Mark Ervin December 3, 2000
Fry, Leela, and Bender all lose their jobs at Planet Express, and they endeavor to return to their old jobs. Due to a mix-up of their career chips, Fry becomes a career counselor at Applied Cryogenics, where he meets up with a familiar defrostee - his girlfriend from the 20th century, Michelle.
33 - 4 Parasites Lost Eric Kaplan Peter Avanzino January 21, 2001
When Fry becomes infested with parasitic worms that make him stronger and smarter, he finally finds the perfect way to profess his feelings to Leela. Meanwhile, the rest of the crew go on a Fantastic Voyage-esque journey into Fry's body to eradicate the worms.
34 - 5 Amazon Women in the Mood Lewis Morton Brian Sheesley February 4, 2001
A double-date for Kif, Amy, Zapp, and Leela ends in disaster when their orbiting restaurant crashes on planet Amazonia. The hulking female inhabitants of the planet take their male captives to the omniscient Femputer, who orders Fry, Zapp, and Kif to death by "snu-snu".
35 - 6 Bendless Love Eric Horsted Swinton O. Scott III February 11, 2001
Bender's urge to bend prompts Professor Farnsworth to send him on a rehabilitation visit to a steel factory, where he falls in love with a shapely fem-bot named Angleyne. But Bender's old rival Flexo and the intrusion of the Robot Mafia threaten to throw a wrench into the proceedings.
36 - 7 The Day the Earth Stood Stupid Jeff Westbrook Mark Ervin February 18, 2001
Earth is invaded by super-intelligent flying brains, who sap the Earth's populace of their intelligence. Leela is taken to Nibbler's home planet Eternium, where the Nibblonians explain that only one human is immune to the brains' powers – Fry.
37 - 8 That's Lobstertainment! Patric M. Verrone Bret Haaland February 25, 2001
Dr. Zoidberg reunites with his uncle, silent hologram star Harold Zoid, and the two of them set out to make a movie together. They cast the temperamental Calculon in the lead role, who demands an Oscar for his performance, but the movie doesn't go over well with audiences.
38 - 9 The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz Dan Vebber James Purdum March 4, 2001
A sober Bender crashes a dark matter tanker on Pluto, threatening the penguin reserve nearby. Leela helps out in the clean-up, but when the penguins begin mating out of control, drastic action must be taken to thin the herd.
39 - 10 The Luck of the Fryrish Ron Weiner Chris Louden March 11, 2001
After a string of bad luck, Fry ventures into the decaying ruins of Old New York to regain his lucky seven leaf clover from his childhood, only to find that his brother Yancy Fry had stolen not only the clover, but Fry's identity as well. Fry sets out to exhume his brother's body, but discovers a startling truth about Yancy instead.
40 - 11 The Cyber House Rules Lewis Morton Susie Dietter April 1, 2001
Leela meets up with her former orphanarium playmate Adlai Atkins, now a phaser eye surgeon, who offers to grant Leela surgery that will give her two eyes. Meanwhile, Bender adopts twelve orphans in order to collect $1,200 in government stipends.
41 - 12 Insane in the Mainframe Bill Odenkirk Peter Avanzino April 8, 2001
Accused of robbing a bank, Fry and Bender plead insanity and are both sent to robot insane asylum. While Bender and his buddy Roberto plan an escape, Fry is brainwashed into thinking that he is a robot.
42 - 13 Bendin' in the Wind Eric Horsted Ron Hughart April 22, 2001
When Bender is paralyzed in a tragic can opener accident, he discovers his musical washboard skills and goes on tour as a member of Beck's folk-rock band, acting as a voice for broken robots everywhere. Fry, Leela, Amy, and Zoidberg tag along in Fry's antique 1960s VW Van.
43 - 14 Time Keeps on Slippin' Ken Keeler Chris Louden May 6, 2001
While creating a team of mutants to play the Harlem Globetrotters, the Professor accidentally causes a disruption in time that threatens the existence of the universe. Meanwhile, Fry tries to win an unreceptive Leela's heart.
44 - 15 I Dated a Robot Eric Kaplan James Purdum May 13, 2001
Fry discovers the ability to download any celebrity onto a blank robot, and chooses to download Lucy Liu, with whom he falls madly in love. Repulsed by this disgusting display of human/robot love, Leela, Bender, and Zoidberg set out to shut down Nappster.com and put an end to illegal celebrity downloads forever.