Bender and Fry volunteer for military duty to enjoy the benefits of the soldiers's discount. When war breaks out later that same day, Leela too decides to join the all-male ranks, under the guise of Lee Lemon, and creates quite a stir for her leader, Zapp Brannigan.
original airdate: November 26,2000 rating--3.7 million
music--"Theme from Futurama" by Christopher Tyng
opening subtitle--General Sherman's words "War Is Hell"
opening cartoon--Felix the Cat in "Neptune Nonsense"
Trivia--The Earthicans used positron shooters against the Spheroids.
Goofs: Bender's ID-tag pinned on his chest changes position several times during the episode. In some shots it's even gone.
Trivia: The store where Fry buys ham-flavored chewing gum has a sign that says, "Free bag of ice-9 with six-pack". Ice-9 is a fictional form of ice which is solid at room temperature, described by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. in his novel "Cat's Cradle".
"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".