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Rebirth - Official Promo 1 89 - 1 "Rebirth" (6ACV01) June 24, 2010 Story by: David X. Cohen & Matt Groening
Teleplay by: David X. Cohen
Frank Marino N/A

Set after the events of Into the Wild Green Yonder, Fry finds his body covered in severe burns but cannot remember why. Professor Farnsworth reveals that the wormhole the Planet Express crew flew through to escape Zapp Brannigan led them back to Earth, where both ships crashed and killed everyone else. Farnsworth uses a birthing machine and resurrects everyone except Leela, who emerges in a supposedly irreversible coma. Devastated, Fry creates a robot replica of Leela with all her memories uploaded into it to continue their newfound relationship. However, the real Leela reawakens from her coma and gets into a fight with the robot Leela over Fry. Fry refuses to shoot either Leela when given the choice and accidentally shoots himself instead, and is revealed to be a robot as well. Farnsworth explains that the real Fry died protecting Leela in the crash and could not be resurrected in the then-incomplete birthing machine, so Leela made a robot replica of him that malfunctioned, killing her and leaving the robot Fry's body burned. Suddenly, the real Fry emerges from the birthing machine as it turns out the process was merely delayed for him. The robot Fry and Leela become a couple since they are already in love with each other, as do the real Fry and Leela, and the Planet Express crew celebrate their complete return.

In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela - Official Promo 3 90 - 2 "In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela" (6ACV02) June 24, 2010 Story by: Carolyn Premish & Matt Groening

Teleplay by: Carolyn Premish

Dwayne Carey-Hill In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

Zapp Brannigan and Leela end up alone on an unknown planet after their mission to destroy a death star fails and must find a way to survive, while the rest of the gang tries to save Earth from being the star's next victim.

Attack of the Killer App - Official Promo 2 91 - 3 "Attack of the Killer App" (6ACV03) July 1, 2010 Patric M. Verrone Stephen Sandoval Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

After the introduction of a new Twitter-like application, the eyePhone, Fry and Bender compete to see who can get to 1 million fans faster to avoid jumping into a pool of goat vomit & diarrhea, not knowing that it's actually part of Mom's evil conspiracy to unleash a new virus on people's brains.

Proposition Infinity - Official Promo 1 92 - 4 "Proposition Infinity" July 8, 2010 Michael Rowe Crystal Chesney-Thompson 2008 California Proposition 8

Kif Kroker breaks up with Amy, which causes her to start hanging out with Bender, eventually developing a robosexual relationship, much to the annoyance of Professor Farnsworth. This leads to a ballot proposition named "Proposition ∞", with the aim of lifting the ban on robosexual relationships.

The Duh-Vinci Code - Official Promo 1 93 - 5 "The Duh-Vinci Code" (6ACV05) July 15, 2010 Maiya Williams Raymie Muzquiz The Da Vinci Code

Professor Farnsworth accidentally uncovers the blueprint for a mysterious Leonardo da Vinci invention, and he and his crew travel to Rome for answers.

Lethal Inspection - Official Promo 1 94 - 6 "Lethal Inspection" (6ACV06) July 22, 2010 Eric Horsted Ray Claffey Lethal injection

Bender finds out he wasn't created with a backup unit, meaning he isn't immortal. He and Hermes team up and try to find the inspector responsible for Bender's creation.

The Late Philip J. Fry - Official Promo 95 - 7 "The Late Philip J. Fry" (6ACV07) July 29, 2010 Lewis Morton Peter Avanzino N/A

Fry arrives late for Leela's Birthday and promises to make it up to her next time. Because of Fry's constant tardiness, he is forced by Professor Farnsworth to travel 1 minute into the future, but the time machine only goes forward and causes severe consequences.

That Darn Katz! (Main Episode) - 18 96 - 8 "That Darn Katz!" (6ACV08) August 5, 2010 Josh Weinstein Frank Marino That Darn Cat!

Amy's rejected doctoral dissertation—a device to harness the Earth's rotational energy—is used by evil invading space cats—Thubanians— to fix their own slowing planet. Since the invention will cause the Earth to stop turning, Amy and Nibbler must team up to stop them while their co-workers have fallen under the thrall of the cats' cuteness.

A Clockwork Origin (Main Episode) - 217 97 - 9 "A Clockwork Origin" (6ACV09) August 12, 2010 Dan Vebber Dwayne Carey-Hill A Clockwork Orange

After disputes with Dr. Banjo about "Creaturism", a form of Creationism, Professor Farnsworth leaves Earth in frustration. He and the Planet Express Crew arrive at a lifeless planet and the Professor introduces nanobots into the environment. The nanobots rapidly begin evolving into mechanical organisms, allowing the crew to witness a whole new evolutionary history that unfolds before their eyes.

The Prisoner of Benda (Main Episode) - 46 98 - 10 "The Prisoner of Benda" (6ACV10) August 19, 2010 Ken Keeler Stephen Sandoval The Prisoner of Zenda

Professor Farnsworth builds a body-swapping machine which leads to a disaster as it can't switch the same bodies back. Meanwhile, Fry & Leela get into arguments again when Leela thinks Fry only cares about certain body parts of hers.

Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences (Main Episode) - 28 99 - 11 "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" (6ACV11) August 26, 2010 Patric M. Verrone Crystal Chesney-Thompson Irreconcilable differences

Lrrr suffers a midlife crisis while being pressured by Ndnd to conquer Earth.

The Mutants Are Revolting - Official Promo 100 - 12 "The Mutants Are Revolting" (6ACV12) September 2, 2010 Eric Horsted Raymie Muzquiz N/A

The Planet Express Crew celebrate the 100th delivery at Mrs. Astor's fundraiser for sewer mutants. During the fundraiser, Fry accidentally reveals Leela is a mutant, causing her to be banished back to the sewers for life. This leads to an uprising against the human world with the aim of mutants obtaining the same rights as humans.

The Futurama Holiday Spectacular - Official Promo 4 101 - 13 "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (6ACV13) November 21, 2010 Michael Rowe Ray Claffey N/A

A holiday anthology episode featuring three holidays previously featured on Futurama: Xmas, Robanukah & Kwanzaa.

The Silence of the Clamps (Main Episode) - 401 102 - 14 "The Silence of the Clamps" (6ACV14) July 14, 2011 Eric Rogers Frank Marino The Silence of the Lambs

Bender goes into witness relocation after testifying against the Robot Mafia.

Möbius Dick (Main Episode) - 275 103 - 15 "Möbius Dick" (6ACV15) August 4, 2011 Dan Vebber Dwayne Carey-Hill Moby-Dick"

While picking up a memorial statue of Planet Express's first crew, Leela becomes dangerously obsessed with catching a space whale, à la Captain Ahab from Moby Dick.

Law & Oracle (Main Episode) - 152 104 - 16 "Law and Oracle" (6ACV16) July 7, 2011 Josh Weinstein Stephen Sandoval Law and order

Fed up with his go-nowhere job, Fry joins the police force and is promoted into the Future Crimes Division, where he must choose between his job and his friend, Bender, after seeing him commit a future crime. Meanwhile, the Planet Express office gets a lot less funny during Fry's departure.

Benderama - Official Promo 2 105 - 17 "Benderama" (6ACV17) June 23, 2011 Aaron Ehasz Crystal Chesney-Thompson Bender & Futurama

Bender creates duplicates of himself to get out of doing work, but the clones end up replicating and causing mass intoxication when they reach atomic level and manipulate the water molecules into alcohol. Meanwhile, an ugly space giant invades Earth.

The Tip of the Zoidberg (Main Episode) - 234 106 - 18 "The Tip of the Zoidberg" (6ACV18) August 18, 2011 Ken Keeler Raymie Muzquiz The tip of the iceberg

The Planet Express crew learn the truth about Farnsworth and Zoidberg's pasts.

Ghost in the Machines - Official Promo 2 107 - 19 "Ghost in the Machines" (6ACV19) June 30, 2011 Patric M. Verrone Ray Claffey Ghost in the machine

Bender commits suicide (actually gets murdered, since the suicide booth is still bitter over Bender dumping her) after Fry saves a human during the Parade Day parade instead of a robot, and the only way out of being a wandering spirit is to scare Fry to death by haunting him.

Neutopia - Official Promo 1 108 - 20 "Neutopia" (6ACV20) June 23, 2011 J. Stewart Burns Edmund Fong Utopia

Gender roles and sexuality get turned on their heads when an alien traps the men and women of Planet Express on an abandoned planet and conducts experiments on how men and women interact.

Yo Leela Leela (Main Episode) - 327 109 - 21 "Yo Leela Leela" (6ACV21) July 21, 2011 Eric Horsted Frank Marino Yo Gabba Gabba!

After failing at telling a story to the children at her old orphanarium, Leela comes up with a new story about weird aliens who laugh, sing, and learn important life lessons, which makes her the creator of the Tickelodeon Network's newest show -- until Bender learns the secret behind Leela's success.

Fry Am the Egg Man (Main Episode) - 419 110 - 22 "Fry Am the Egg Man" (6ACV22) August 11, 2011 Michael Rowe Dwayne Carey-Hill I Am the Walrus

Disgusted over the state of fast food, Leela decides to put everyone on an organic diet, and Fry nurtures a farmer's market egg housing a bone vampire.

All the Presidents' Heads (Main Episode) - 224 111 - 23 "All the Presidents' Heads" (6ACV23) July 28, 2011 Josh Weinstein Stephen Sandoval All the President's Men

Fry takes a second job as a head museum janitor, and a late night party leads to a trip back in time where the Planet Express crew's meddling leads to the British defeating America during the American Revolution.

Cold Warriors - Official Promo 2 112 - 24 "Cold Warriors" (6ACV24) August 25, 2011 Dan Vebber Crystal Chesney-Thompson Cold War

Fry inadvertently reintroduces the common cold (which died out 500 years before Fry was revived) to the 31st century, while flashbacks tell the story of how Fry adopted a guinea pig for a school science project.

Overclockwise - Official Promo 2 113 - 25 "Overclockwise" (6ACV25) September 1, 2011 Ken Keeler Raymie Muzquiz Overclocking

Bender is overclocked by Cubert, gradually becoming more powerful in computing ability, until eventually becoming omniscient and clairvoyant. Meanwhile, Fry and Leela worry about their future together and Mom sues Farnsworth over abusing Bender's warranty.

Reincarnation - Official Promo 5 114 - 26 "Reincarnation" (6ACV26) September 8, 2011 Aaron Ehasz Peter Avanzino N/A

An episode featuring Futurama animated in three retro styles: "Child Labor Syndicate Presents: Colorama in Glorious Black and White" has Futurama as a black-and-white, rubber-hose cartoon from the 1930s, "Future Challenge 3000" has the show as an early 1980s low-resolution video game, and Action Delivery Force has the show as a 1970s Japanese cartoon.