6x04 Proposition Infinity
First Aired: Jul. 08, 2010 on Comedy Central
Summary: Bender leads a campaign to legalize robosexual marriage between humans and robots.
Main Characters in this Episode
Bender: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury... Oops! Sorry. Force of habit. I support this proposition because I'm in love with a goopy, flesh-and-blood woman, and not surprisingly, she loves me. This is a simple matter of justice, which I'm not normally for. So please, vote yes. After all, our love isn't any different than yours, except it's hotter, 'cause I'm involved.
Bender: Tell me, have things changed on the outside? Is food finally in pill form? What about pills? Are they in food form?
George Takei's Head: I am also hugging them in spirit. And they are hugging me back. Oh, my!
- Proposition Infinity is a reference to the Proposition 8 controversy in California.
- Professor Farnsworth's girlfriend, seen in a flashback, is modeled after director Crystal Chesney.
- Bender's round of tile graffiti art is a tribute to real-life street artist Space Invader, who similarly installs tile art in cities around the world.
- The advertisement against robosexual marriages is a parody of the "Gathering Storm" advertisement of the National Organization for Marriage.