Hermes starts performance reviews so that he may rid Planet Express of its worst employee, heavily implying that this will be Zoidberg.
However upon completing the review, Hermes determines that he is the worst-performing employee, spending too much time on performance reviews. He fires himself and has the Central Bureaucracy replace him with a simple but efficient robot to handle the basic tasks of accounting for Planet Express.
original airdate: July 25,2012 rating--1.187 million
music--"Theme from Futurama" by Christopher Tyng
Title caption--"This Episode Worth 250 Futurama Points"
Title reference--"The American television series The Six Million Dollar Man and the fact that Hermes pronounces "man" as "mon".
Goofs--When Hermes shows his firing tie, the Professor looks worried, but Hermes can't fire him, he owns the company.
Trivia: The bridge that appears behind Hermes and LaBarbara during their walk is Gothic Bridge in Central Park.
"Pizza delivery boy and major underachieving loser, Philip J. Fry, is cryogenically frozen by accident on New Year's Eve, 1999 and re-awakened 1000 years later in the 31st century".