New New York v. Fry and Bender
|New New York v. Fry and Bender
|Famous Original Ray's Superior Court
|Fry and Bender
|Sent to the HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots
|"Insane in the Mainframe" (3ACV11)
The New New York v. Fry and Bender case was a trial held at the Famous Original Ray's Superior Court, with the Honourable Judge Whitey presiding. Fry and Bender were charged with bank robbery and were defended by Hyper-Chicken. The Surveillance Camera and Fry were witnesses in the trial. During Fry's testimony, Roberto called to threaten him if he revealed that Roberto actually robbed the Big Apple Bank.
Due to lack of evidence in their favour, Hyper-Chicken suggested to its clients to plead insane. Hyper-Chicken argued to the judge, that since his clients had chosen him to represent them, they would clearly be insane, Judge Whitey agreed. Both Fry and Bender are sent to the HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots because being poor was recently classified (by Judge Whitey) as a mental illness and the human asylum is overfilled.