Futurama Season 2 Episode 16: "The Deep South" Quotes
These last twenty-four hours have been the happiest days of my lifeFry
In the event of an emergency my ass can be used as a flotation device.Bender
Umbriel: What the hell is that?
Fry: Yeah I'm a little confused too. How do I... y'know... with the tail and all?
Umbriel: I'm not your first am I? I mean, I-I lay my eggs and leave and you release your fertiliser.
Oh, Fry! I want you to make a mer-woman outta mer-me.Umbriel
Zoidberg: Well, I guess this is goodbye for me as well.
Zoidberg: You know, Fry, I've got a little place just outside town. You could come visit, maybe?
Fry: Sorry, Zoidberg. I'm trying to join the country club.
Farnsworth: Fry, you half-mad, half-insane maniac, be reasonable. Don't you realise that if you stay at this depth your body will permanently adapt to the pressure?
Fry: Realise it? I don't even understand it!
Leela: But, Fry, what about us? What about your life on the surface? You don't belong down here.
Zoidberg: She's right, I mean, sure, they got the Braves but it's a third-rate symphony.
Bender: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wouldn't it take millions of years to evolve into mermaids?
Umbriel: Normally, yes, but the caffeine really sped things up. That stuff's wonderful.
Donovan: Atlanta was a city, landlocked, hundreds of miles from the area we now call the Atlantic Ocean, yet so desperate the city's desire for tourism, that they moved offshore, becoming an island, and an even bigger Delta hub, until the city over-developed and it started to sink, knowing their fate, the quality people ran away, Ted Turner, Hank Aaron, Jeff Foxworthy, the guy who invented Coca-Cola, the magician and the other so-called Gods of our legends, though Gods they were, and also Jane Fonda was there. The others chose to remain behind, on their porches with their rifles, and one day evolve into mermaids, and sing and dance and ring in the new.
Mermaids: Hail Atlanta!
Leela: The magician?
Amy: So, Fry, Atlanta was an American city in your time?
Fry: I think it was just an airport. They had a place where you could buy nuts.
Umbriel: No! Ancient Atlanta was more than just a Delta hub. It was a vibrant metropolis, the equal of Paris or New York.
Fry: That's right, honey! Whatever you say.
Umbriel: Look at these fabulous ruins. Turner Field, the Coca-Cola bottling plant, the, uh, the airport.
She had a tube top, and a BEAUTIFUL scaly tail, and I think she had hair extensionsFry