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|image text=A design of Mark 7-G released by ''[[Countdown to Futurama]]'' on 9 June [[2012]].
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|image text=Mark 7-G with [[Hermes]] in the [[Planet Express]] conference room {{et|7ACV07}}.
 
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|job A=[[Bureaucrat]] and accountant at [[Planet Express]]
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'''Mark 7-G''' is a robot that replaces [[Hermes Conrad|Hermes]] after he fires himself for being the lowest rated employee at [[Planet Express]]. Mark 7-G is quickly accepted by the rest of the [[Planet Express crew|crew]], except for [[Zoidberg]], who is angered that they have moved on from Hermes so quickly.  
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'''Mark 7-G''' is a [[robot]] accountant who replaces [[Hermes Conrad|Hermes]] after he fires himself for being the lowest-rated employee at [[Planet Express]]. Mark 7-G is quickly accepted by the rest of the [[Planet Express crew|crew]], except for [[Zoidberg]], who is angered that they have moved on from Hermes so quickly.
  
Later, Hermes returns to Planet Express with a robotic harpoon implanted into his chest, and asks Mark 7-G to obtain a box of files from the top shelf of the kitchen. He fails to do so, due to his small arms and lack of legs, plus wide body frame. Hermes successfully gets the box down with his harpoon, but is again made to feel useless when he cannot retrieve the [[Professor Farnsworth|Professor]]'s teeth from the kitchen sink.  
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Later, Hermes returns to Planet Express with a robotic harpoon implanted into his chest, and asks Mark 7-G to obtain a box of files from the top shelf of the kitchen. He fails to do so, due to his small arms and lack of legs, plus wide body frame. Hermes successfully retrieves the box down with his harpoon. When Hermes is about to use his hand tools to help obtain the [[Professor Farnsworth|Professor]]'s teeth, which had fallen into the kitchen sink, [[Bender]] suggests he should get an extendo-arm implant to be able to perform such tasks. Hermes is initially against the idea, but quickly changes his mind when Mark 7-G suggests he should get the upgrade.
  
[[Bender]] suggests he should get an extendo-arm implant to be able to perform such tasks, to which he is against at first, but quickly changes his mind when Mark 7-G suggests he should get an extendo-arm upgrade too. Mark 7-G is not seen again, presumably due to Planet Express re-hiring Hermes to replace him.
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== Production ==
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[[File:707-mark-7g.jpg|thumb|left|A design of Mark 7-G released by ''[[Countdown to Futurama]]'' on 9 June [[2012]].]]
  
== Production ==
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Mark 7-G was first seen in a design released by ''[[Countdown to Futurama]]'' on 9 June [[2012]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://comedycentral.tumblr.com/post/24750099926/countdown-to-futurama-mark-7-g-meet-mark-7-g-a|title=Countdown to Futurama: Mark 7-G|author=Matt Tobey|date=2012-06-09|site=[http://comedycentral.tumblr.com/ Comedy Centrl [sic<nowiki>]</nowiki>]|accessdate=2012-06-09}}</ref> His occupation was first revealed in the sixth ''Countdown to Futurama'' podcast.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/futurama-countdown-to-futurama/id526059138 | title = iTunes - Podcasts - Futurama: Countdown to Futurama by Comedy Central (Week 6) | author = [[Comedy Central]] | date = 2011-06-13 | site = {{w|iTunes Store}} | accessdate = 2011-05-16}}</ref>
Mark 7-G was first seen in a design released by ''[[Countdown to Futurama]]'' on 9 June [[2012]].
 
  
 
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Revision as of 13:31, 11 September 2012

Tertiary character
Mark 7-G
Mark 7-G with Hermes.png
Mark 7-G with Hermes in the Planet Express conference room (7ACV07).
GenderMale
SpeciesRobot
First appearance"The Six Million Dollar Mon" (7ACV07)
Episode
Voiced byUnknown

Mark 7-G is a robot accountant who replaces Hermes after he fires himself for being the lowest-rated employee at Planet Express. Mark 7-G is quickly accepted by the rest of the crew, except for Zoidberg, who is angered that they have moved on from Hermes so quickly.

Later, Hermes returns to Planet Express with a robotic harpoon implanted into his chest, and asks Mark 7-G to obtain a box of files from the top shelf of the kitchen. He fails to do so, due to his small arms and lack of legs, plus wide body frame. Hermes successfully retrieves the box down with his harpoon. When Hermes is about to use his hand tools to help obtain the Professor's teeth, which had fallen into the kitchen sink, Bender suggests he should get an extendo-arm implant to be able to perform such tasks. Hermes is initially against the idea, but quickly changes his mind when Mark 7-G suggests he should get the upgrade.

Production

A design of Mark 7-G released by Countdown to Futurama on 9 June 2012.

Mark 7-G was first seen in a design released by Countdown to Futurama on 9 June 2012.[1] His occupation was first revealed in the sixth Countdown to Futurama podcast.[2]

Additional information

Allusions

Appearances

References

  1. ^ Matt Tobey (09 June 2012). Countdown to Futurama: Mark 7-G. (Comedy Centrl [sic].) Retrieved on 09 June 2012.
  2. ^ Comedy Central (13 June 2011). iTunes - Podcasts - Futurama: Countdown to Futurama by Comedy Central (Week 6). (iTunes Store.) Retrieved on 16 May 2011.