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"Futurama" Proposition Infinity (TV Episode 2010) Poster

(TV Series)

(2010)

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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.
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Proposition Infinity is a reference to the Proposition 8 controversy in California.
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Professor Farnsworth's girlfriend, seen in a flashback, is modeled after director Crystal Chesney.
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The advertisement against robosexual marriages is a parody of the "Gathering Storm" advertisement of the National Organization for Marriage.
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When Bender defaces the bridge abutment, his torso compartment door slides open sideways instead of swinging out like it normally does.
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David X. Cohen calls the episode one of his favorites from the sixth season.
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In Amy and Kif's apartment, there is a picture of Apu and Manjula, from The Simpsons.
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The President Nixon "Despair" poster is a parody of Shepard Fairey's iconic Obama "Hope" poster.
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In robot 'Camp Rectifier', the electrical diagram on the chimney above the mantelpiece shows a rectifier circuit in bridge configuration.
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Jim the hovercopter pilot was 42 years old at the time of his death.
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This episode takes place in July 3010.
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When the priest dragged Bender out of the door, he used a horseshoe magnet but it didn't cause him to lose his inhibitions and sing like a country western singer like it does in some other episodes.
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The camp where Bender is being reprogrammed parodies conversion therapy camps for homosexuals.
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When the episode aired, same-sex marriage was illegal in appoximately 97.6% of the territory of the United States.
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Linda describes Channel 2's coverage as "Fair and Balanced", the same slogan of conservative news channel, Fox News.
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The prison that Bender was at, "Will Riker's Island" is a play on both the real life prison, Rikers Island, and the Star Trek: The Next Generation character of the same name.
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