Enrolling in college on a whim, Bender gets a questionable student loan from the Robot Mafia and falls in with a bad crowd. He then promptly drops out of college, gets addicted to robot drug "Spark," does dubious acts for Hedonismbot, and ultimately attempts to rob girl scouts (only for them to turn the tables on him) to earn money.
His downward spiral leads to his arrest and trial, but his lawyer argues that as a robot, he lacks free will and it was his programming that led to the sequence of events. The judge rules Bender not guilty, much to Bender's dismay.
original airdate--August 08,2012 rating--1.009 million
music--"Theme from Futurama" by Christopher Tyng
Title caption--Warning: Do Not Show To Horses
Title reference--The 1997 film Good Will Hunting
Goof--In this story, they can't charge Bender, because as a robot he doesn't have free will, but this has never been brought up before, when he or any other robot is on trial.
Trivia--Bender delivers a package to Mr. 147573952589676412927 — which is equal to 267 − 1, and is a reference to mathematician Frank Nelson Cole.
"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".