This President’s Day weekend, Washington and Lincoln are shilling for a rocket car emporium owned and operated by:
|Crazy Number Five|
What car does the salesman urge Fry to buy?
The luxury version of the Beta Romeo has so much more:
Amy decides to buy the Beta Romeo. What will Victor not be eating tonight?
|scraps from the dumpster|
Bender opens a computer dating service. Computer dating is like pimping, but you rarely have to use which phrase?
|upside your head|
|you know what I want|
|what’s happening dog?|
|keep your pimp hand strong|
Amy and Fry run out of fuel on Mercury thanks to running the heater, the air conditioner and all of the following except:
|the fuel guzzler|
|the pop-tart toaster|
|the margarita maker|
Amy and Fry aren’t making out in the supply room. What are they doing instead?
|prank phone calls|
What does Amy say that tells Fry she’s getting way too serious?
|“I really like hanging out with you.”|
|“Do you want to do something Friday?”|
|“No way! Pepperoni pizza is my favourite too!”|
|“I almost forgot, me and some friends are going to the big ape fight tomorrow. Want to come with?”|
Amy suggests having a picnic with Fry – they can spit watermelon seeds at Jupiter from which of its moons?
You know who loves secluded picnics with just Amy and Fry?
Bender has found a dream girl for Fry’s Valentine’s Day date. What’s her name?
Petunia leaves her date with Fry because she thinks she can do better than a:
All the dates Bender rounded up for his dating service have to catch the 10:15 bus to:
Zapp Brannigan’s date has to leave before:
|he can ask her to pick up the check|
|she makes him cry like a little girl|
|he can grab her silky throat and stick his tongue down it|
|she can show him her surprise|
The only date left in the restaurant is Gary, Amy’s date. What is his job?
|banking industry regulator|