First Aired: Mar. 31, 2002 on Comedy Central
Summary: At the annual shareholders meeting, Fry meets a 1980s Wall Street power player and ultimately nominates him to replace Professor Farnsworth as the CEO of Planet Express. The new CEO appoints Fry as Vice Chairman and differences are quickly discovered when the strategy is to sell off the…
Main Characters in this Episode
That Guy: Switzerland is small and neutral! We are more like Germany, ambitious and misunderstood!
Amy Wong: Look, everyone wants to be more like Germany, but do we really have the pure strength of will?
Fry: Oh, my God! His boneitis!
That Guy: I was so busy being an '80s guy, I forgot to cure it! [Contorts some more] My one regret is... that I have... boneitis.
- Goof (plot holes): Zoidberg votes with the shareholders against the Planet Express/Mom Corp merger despite the fact that he traded away all of his shares.
- "Goldborg Bot-Mitzvah" is a play on "Goldberg Bar-Mitzvah". The Hebrew sign inside reads "Today you are a Robot" (although it has two spelling mistakes).
- The "PlanEx" commercial is a parody of an Apple Mac commercial, directed by Ridley Scott in 1984, and directly references 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' by George Orwell.
- The real name of That Guy (according to the writers) is Steve Castle.
- In one scene Leela says "Toads the Wet Sproket". Toad the Wet Sprocket were a band in the 1990s.