Stench and Stenchibility

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Season 7 episode
Broadcast season 10 episode
Stench and Stenchibility
N/A
No.139
Production number7ACV25
Written byEric Horsted
Directed byCrystal Chesney-Thompson
Title captionN/A
First air dateTBA
Broadcast numberS10E12
Title referenceThe 1811 Jane Austen novel Sense and Sensibility
Additional
Commentary
(Transcript)
Transcript

Pictures

Season 7
  1. The Bots and the Bees
  2. A Farewell to Arms
  3. Decision 3012
  4. The Thief of Baghead
  5. Zapp Dingbat
  6. The Butterjunk Effect
  7. The Six Million Dollar Mon
  8. Fun on a Bun
  9. Free Will Hunting
  10. Near-Death Wish
  11. 31st Century Fox
  12. Viva Mars Vegas
  13. Naturama
  14. Forty Percent Leadbelly
  15. 2-D Blacktop
  16. T.: The Terrestrial
  17. Fry and Leela's Big Fling
  18. The Inhuman Torch
  19. Saturday Morning Fun Pit
  20. Calculon 2.0
  21. Assie Come Home
  22. Leela and the Genestalk
  23. Game of Tones
  24. Murder on the Planet Express
  25. Stench and Stenchibility
  26. Meanwhile
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"Stench and Stenchibility" is the one hundred and thirty-ninth episode of Futurama, the twenty-fifth of the seventh production season and the twelfth of the tenth broadcast season. This episode will be the last canon episode of the series, if the show is not renewed for an eighth season.

Plot

David X. Cohen revealed in an interview that this episode will feature the Professor inventing a button that takes you 10 seconds back in time. He added: "10 seconds sounds small, but it has huge consequences." It was later revealed that Zoidberg would find love in this episode, because he would date someone who has no sense of smell (as to smell his foul odor).[1] It is set to be part of a two episode finale, with one plot spanning over 2 episodes.

Production

On 11 April 2012, Futurama writer Eric Rogers revealed that "[this episode and "7ACV26"] now [had] stories". [2]

References

  1. ^ Scott Thill (20 June 2012). Next Up on Futurama: Robot Sex, End Times and Bender’s Brainy Ass. (Wired.) Retrieved on 23 June 2012.
  2. ^ Eric Rogers (11 April 2012). ERogTweets2Much. (Twitter.) Retrieved on 12 April 2012.