Futurama - Season 3 Episodes
Futurama - Season 3
Futurama's third season began airing in 2001 and concluded after 22 episodes in 2002. The entire season is included within the Volume Three DVD box set, which was released on March 9, 2004.
The complete 22 episodes of the season have been released on a box set called Futurama: Volume Three, on DVD and VHS. It was first released in Region 2 on June 2, 2003, with releases in other regions following in 2003 and 2004 and is based in 3003 and 3004. The season was re-released as Futurama: Volume 3, with entirely different packaging to match the newer season releases on July 17, 2012.
When Bender inherits a spooky castle from his deceased uncle, he finds himself being pursued by a terrifying, driverless car.
“War Is the H-Word”
Fry and Bender face off against an army of aliens on a distant planet after they join the Earth army.
“The Cryonic Woman”
Fry's ex-girlfriend from 1999 unthaws in the year 3000, but when she doesn't fit in, she and Fry journey another thousand years into the future.
A miniature version of the Planet Express crew attempts to rid Fry's body of parasitic worms; meanwhile, Leela finds Fry's new personality irresistible.
“Amazon Women in the Mood”
Fry and others find themselves trapped on a planet of Amazonian women ruled by a man-hating computer.
Bender finds true romance with a coworker after crossing a picket line, but jealousy over his love's ex-boyfriend threatens to destroy everything.
“The Day the Earth Stood Stupid”
Only Fry can save Earth when evil brains from another world plot to make everyone stupid.
Dr. Zoidberg promises his uncle - washed-up comedian Harold Zoid - that he will invest a million dollars in his Hollywood movie.
“The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz”
Leela fights to save the lives of penguins after the Planet Express ship is involved in an oil spill on Pluto.
“Luck of the Fryrish”
Fry searches the ancient ruins of Old New York for his beloved lucky clover...only to conclude that his older brother stole not only the clover - but his life.
“The Cyber House Rules”
Tired of feeling like an outcast, Leela has a second eye grafted onto her face; Bender adopts twelve children after learning about the government's seemingly lucrative stipend.
“Insane in the Mainframe”
Fry and Bender become inadvertent participants in a bank robbery and are sentenced to a robot insane asylum where Fry comes to believe that he is indeed a robot.
“Bendin' in the Wind”
Bender is broken in a freak accident, but meets Beck who launches him on a singing career that turns him into a hero for other broken robots.
“Time Keeps on Slipping”
While creating a team of mutants to play the Harlem Globetrotters, the Professor accidentally causes a disruption in time that threatens the existence of the universe, but may give Fry a chance to finally win Leela's heart.
“I Dated a Robot”
Fry realizes a lifelong dream by dating a Lucy Liu robot.