Amy's romance with Kif Kroker takes a twist when an unexpected pregnancy occurs? He being the pregnant one. As Amy questions her commitment to the squishy green alien, Kif must return to his ancient, mysterious homeworld to give birth in the same muddy swamp where he was born.
original airdate-- January 12,2003 rating--3.5 million
music--"Theme from Futurama" by Christopher Tyng
opening caption--Bigfoot's choice
opening cartoon--It's a Greek Life, by Van Beuren Studios (1936)
Goofs--In the shot after Zoidberg is ejected from the Maternifuge, it looks as if he's got no pants on - belly and legs are carapace-coloured.
- On Amy's Calendar, Sunday the 21st says "Hang with Walter Koening", but his name is properly spelled "Koenig".
- Professor says they are going to deliver something to Nigel 7. In The Simpsons (also created by Matt Groening), the two aliens Kang and Kodos are from Rigel 7.
- At about 7:30, when a hole is blasted in the ship, Holo-Lincoln is seen floating outside along with the other holo characters, yet minutes later (at around 50 mins) he is seen hanging out with the gang.
- Zoidberg wasn't in the machine to begin with, yet he appeared later. When it spins you see the whole inside of the machine - he's definitely not there.
- When Zap Brannigan is about to shoot at the evil holograms the horse has fangs, but when they fly out the window the horse's fangs disappear.
Trivia: Several of Kif and Leela's offspring have only one eye.