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Spanish Fry

Three Hundred Big BoysThe Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings
Production number4ACV17
Reviews written2
Overall rating70%
Voice actor performance100%
Animation quality70%
Music/sound quality60%

Written by AdrenalinDragon on 11 July 2010.

Overall rating:9
Voice actor performance:10

This episode was a bit more cruder than other Futurama episodes, and in my opinion it wasn't too over the top, but worked and was still very funny.

The story begins with the Planet Express crew taking a camping trip, and Fry by himself looks for Bigfoot at night after being tricked by Bender in thinking he was Bigfoot. Fry comes back the next morning with no nose after being abducted by aliens. The crew find out that people have been abducted by aliens and taking their "human horns" (their noses) and they attempt to get it back by looking at certain shops and markets. They find out that Lrrr is the one that took Fry's nose and they then go to Omicron Persri 8 to get it back. Lrrr gives back Fry's nose, but it goes wrong when Bender tells him that the "human horn" he is looking for is actually Fry's *wing dang doodle*, they recapture him and attempt to take the "lower horn" as Lrrr calls it. Leela buys him some time by inviting them to dinner in the woods to settle his relationship with his wife, and if successful Fry gets to keep his "lower human horn". The dinner goes disastrously wrong, and just as Lrrr is about to take Fry's lower horn, Bender pushes the cage he is in and escapes. However, he is caught again, and with seemingly no way out this time, Bigfoot shows up. Lrrr and his wife respect how he is cute and adorable, but the park ranger comes back and attempts to shoot him with a tranquilizer dart. Lrrr prevents this and realises that if he takes Fry's lower horn, he's not much better than the park ranger, and therefore lets him go in the end.

So this was a pretty funny episode which pushed the limits of how explicit Futurama can get without becoming an adult show. Bender constantly saying "Woo!" to any sexual references was very funny. Nevertheless, it had some funny quotes and therefore was very good and enjoyable to watch.

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Written by cyber_turnip on 30 July 2010.

Overall rating:5
Voice actor performance:10
Animation quality:7
Music/sound quality:6

Not bad, but nothing special. There's a lot of great gags in this episode even if most are quite cheap sex-jokes, I'm fine with that as it's sort of a 1-per-season tradition of Futurama's to make a 'dirty episode'.

The plot is very bland but serves as a vessle for gags to flow through and the episode is quite funny even if it's somewhat hit or miss.

Overall, I'll refer you back to the first line of this review.

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