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Revision as of 17:34, 3 July 2013

Simian 7
Simian 7.png
Simian 7 in 3013 (7ACV17).
Inhabited byPrimates
First appearance"Fry and Leela's Big Fling" (7ACV17)
Episode

Simian 7 is the planet of the primates. According to Guenter, it was colonised by a band of genetically engineered primates from Earth, led by the brave monkey Christopher Colobus (7ACV17). The primates harbor resentment towards humans, because humans experimented on them and caged them in zoos for centuries, and so humans are forbidden on the planet. Simian 7 has its own literature, music, and art, and also a great maritime museum.

In 3013, Planet Express made a delivery to a financial-services corporation there, and Fry and Leela, as well as Leela's old boyfriend Sean and his wife — Darlene —, were the subject of a behavioural experiment in one of the planet's zoos, which tricked them into thinking that they were in a romantic holiday.

Places of interest

(In alphabetic order)

Production

Simian 7 was first seen in a preview clip for broadcast season 10, in February 2013. [1] It was also featured in Countdown to Futurama promos, in May and June, and mentioned in the weekly American magazine TV Guide, in June. [2]

Additional information

A city on Simian 7.

Trivia

  • "Simian" is a name for the higher primates.

Quotes

Appearances

References

  1. ^ Jesse David Fox (05 February 2013). Watch a Preview of Futurama’s Seventh Season. (Vulture.com.) Retrieved on 23 June 2013.
  2. ^ Lee Supercinski (13 June 2013). supercinski. (Twitter.) Retrieved on 03 July 2013.