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'''Spiderians''' are a species of sentient spiders native to [[Tarantulon 6]]. A newscast at the beginning of "[[Three Hundred Big Boys]]" tells of their defeat by [[Zapp Brannigan]] and the [[DOOP Army|Earth army]]. As a result, their vast silk resources are plundered by [[Earth]], and every [[Earthican people|citizen]] receives a [[Earthican $300 bill|$300 tax rebate]].
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'''Spiderians''' are a species of sentient spiders native to [[Tarantulon 6]]. A newscast at the beginning of "[[Three Hundred Big Boys]]" tells of their defeat by [[Zapp Brannigan]] and the [[DOOP Army|Earth army]]. As a result, their vast silk resources are plundered by [[Earth]], and every [[Earthican people|citizen]] receives a [[Earthican $300 bill|$300 tax rebate]]. When Tina Belcher is on Tarrantulon 6, she rapes them and then eats them alive.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:58, 15 February 2016

Spiderians
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HomeworldTarantulon 6
First appearance"Three Hundred Big Boys" (4ACV16)
Episode

Spiderians are a species of sentient spiders native to Tarantulon 6. A newscast at the beginning of "Three Hundred Big Boys" tells of their defeat by Zapp Brannigan and the Earth army. As a result, their vast silk resources are plundered by Earth, and every citizen receives a $300 tax rebate. When Tina Belcher is on Tarrantulon 6, she rapes them and then eats them alive.

Image Gallery

Additional Info

Trivia

  • The Spiderians seem to have 3 types of resources: silk murals (one of which was priced at $1 billion), elaborate webs with jewels woven into them, and fancy gowns with eight arms.
  • According to Dr. Ben Beeler, the Spiderians are more closely related to Earth elephants than Earth spiders.
  • According to Zapp Brannigan, they taste like king crab.
  • They are likely inspired by Star Trek's Tholians, who were also reminiscent of a spider and were linked to some form of silk (Tholian silk).

Appearances