A late 20th-century New York City pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry, after being unwittingly cryogenically frozen for one thousand years, finds employment at Planet Express, an interplanetary delivery company in the 31st century.
Bender impregnates Bev, the new Planet Express soda machine, who gives birth to a son named Ben. As his mother lacks arms, Ben does not inherit his father's bending ability.
An ancient prophecy predicts the world will end in 3012.
Leela becomes a campaign manager for a presidential candidate whose birth certificate is missing.
Bender joins the paparazzi and tries to take a photo of an actor whose face has never been seen.
Zapp Brannigan loses interest in Leela and instead turns his attentions towards her mother, Turanga Munda.
Leela and Amy become addicted to the performance enhancing drug known as "Nectar" to increase their chances of winning at the epic sport of the Butterfly Derby.
Hermes replaces parts of his body with robotic counterparts so as to increase his productivity.
Fry is the victim of a sausage-making accident during the crew's visit to Oktoberfest.
Bender searches for the meaning of life after learning that robots lack free will.
The crew finds out Professor Farnsworth's parents are still alive on the Near Death Star.
The crew stages a casino heist to recover stolen property from the Robot Mafia.
Patrick Stewart is the leader of a robot fox hunt, inspiring Bender to fight for robot fox rights.
A triptych episode parodying nature documentaries. The crew are reincarnated as animals, trying to carve out an existence in the wild.
After being trapped in a strange 2-D universe, the planet express crew have to face unexpected changes to daily life.
Fry and Leela's romantic getaway goes awry when their vacation spot turns out to be an alien zoo.
After being marooned on an distant planet, Fry is befriended by a young monster.
Bender meets his hero, a famous folksinger who has been in jail 30 times, and wants to duplicate his success. This means duplicating his guitar too, which he tries to steal from a maximum-security prison, but fails, so instead resorts to 3D-printing technology to duplicate the guitar — again resulting in horrible consequences.
Bender becomes a famous firefighter, but the crew suspects him of arson.
The Futurama gang stars in a trio of craptastic morning cartoons.
When Fry and Bender go to Robot Hell to retrieve Calculon's soul, the Robot Devil is surprisingly eager to give them what they want.
Bender looks for his rear end all over the universe.
Leela grows tentacles due to a rare condition, and stumbles upon a secret genetic engineering lab.
The Planet Express crew journeys into Fry's dreams to pull off a mission in the year 1999.
During a team-building exercise, the crew get trapped aboard the Planet Express ship with a horrific alien creature.
A flower stand owner falls in love with Doctor Zoidberg, unable to smell his unpleasant odor due to being born without a sense of smell. Their budding romance is challenged when Zoidberg has the opportunity to give her a nose transplant and restore her sense of smell.
After a devastating spaceship crash, Professor Farnsworth attempts to resuscitate the crew with his birth machine.
Leela and Zapp Brannigan find themselves stranded on an Eden-like planet.
The latest trend in social networking and having no life takes over Earth!
Bender leads a campaign to make robosexual marriage between humans and robots legal on Earth.
The Planet Express crew races to future Rome to unearth the shocking secret of Leonardo da Vinci.
Bender learns that he suffers from a mortal manufacturing defect.
The Professor invents a one-way time machine. He, Fry and Bender go forward 1,000 years accidentally, and keep traveling forward in time until a backwards time machine has been invented.
Earth is invaded by a race of intelligent cats.
The theory of evolution is put to the test on a planet inhabited by robots.
A revolutionary invention allows the crew members to exchange minds.
After a bungled Earth invasion, alien leader Lrrr faces a midlife crisis.
Leela leads an army of underground mutants in a rebellion against the surface people.
An episode describing the three winter holidays of the future: X-Mas, Robonica, and Kwanzaa.
An alien who does not understand the concept of gender conducts experiments on the crew, changing all their genders.
Bender creates duplicates of himself, who in turn create duplicates of themselves, until they threaten to consume all of the matter on Earth.
Fed up with the crew, Bender decides to kill himself using a suicide booth. After he dies, his software takes on a ghostly existence.
Fed up with his go-nowhere job, Fry joins the police force.
Bender enters a witness-protection program after testifying against the Robot Mafia.
Leela becomes a Hollywood Big Shot after creating a hit children's television series.
Professor Farnsworth sends the Planet Express to find a statue of his crew for the 50th memorial service honoring their disappearance. They end up going through the Bermuda Tetrahedron and find a ton of lost spaceships - including the original Planet Express! They look around the ship and a 4D whale comes by and eats the old ship and the statue. Leela makes it her mission to kill the whale and get revenge, which makes them late for the memorial. Eventually, the whale eats the Planet Express ship and the whole team. The only person who escapes is Zoidberg, who returns to Earth in an escape pod. While inside the whale, Leela meets the original captain of the ship, Lando Tucker, who is now attached to the whale's stomach. Leela ends up being able to control the whale and steers him back to Earth to attend the memorial. Leela coaxes the whale to spit everything out, including the statue and the original crew and kills the whale.
Fry nurtures an alien egg out of which hatches a monster.
The crew learns shocking secrets of how Professor Farnsworth and Dr. Zoidberg met.
Bender is overclocked, gradually becoming more powerful in computing ability, until eventually becoming omniscient and able to foresee events in the future.
An episode featuring 3 different segments, in the same vein as episodes such as "Anthology of Interest I" and "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular". Each segment showcases a different style of animation. The first segment will be animated in "a black-and-white Fleischer style", the second segment will be in the style of a low-resolution video game, and the third drawn in the style of anime. The episode is not be canon, and is the final episode of the sixth season of Futurama.