Quotes of Philip J. Fry

Philip J. Fry

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Philip J. Fry (born August 14, 1974), commonly known simply by his surname Fry, is the main character of Futurama.
At the start of the show, Fry was working at the Panucci pizzeria and while making a delivery, he finds himself cryopreserved by mistake, seconds into the year 2000.
When he wakes up, 1000 years have passed and he finds himself in 2999 in a world he doesn't know.

He then seeks family members which leads him to meet the Professor Farnsworth (Great (x30) nephew / Great (x31) grandson) who offers him a job as a delivery boy in his company, Planet Express.

Fry is very lazy at work and spends most of his time sitting on the couch watching TV and drinking Slurm.
With Bender (his best friend), he often tries to evade missions, even if it means throwing away the packages he has to deliver.

Hello! Pizza delivery for, uh... "I. C. Wiener"?
Oh, crud. I always thought by this point in my life I'd be the one making the crank calls.
Philip J. Fry Space Pilot 3000, Volume 1
Here's to another lousy millennium.
Philip J. Fry Space Pilot 3000, Volume 1
Fry: Whoa… a real live robot! Or is that some kind of cheesy New Year's costume?
Bender: Bite my shiny metal ass.
Fry: It doesn't look so shiny to me.
Bender: Shinier than yours, meatbag.
Leela: Fry, we have a crate to deliver.
Fry: Well, let's just dump it in the sewer and say we delivered it.
Bender: Too much work. Let's burn it and say we dumped it in the sewer.
Leela: Look at all these guys. Do you have any idea what the average length of their reigns was?
Fry: Uhh...... 80,000 years?
Leela: No, one week!
Fry: Damn! I knew you wouldn't have asked unless it was really high or really low.
Philip J. Fry My Three Suns, Volume 1
Fry: That was the saltiest thing I ever tasted! And I once ate a big heaping bowl of salt!
Philip J. Fry My Three Suns, Volume 1
Fry: Now that you mention it, I do have trouble breathing underwater sometimes. I'll take the gills.
Organ Salesman: Yes, gills. Then, uh, you don't need lungs anymore, is right?
Fry: Can't imagine why I would.
Organ Salesman: Lie down on table. I take lungs now, gills come next week.
Philip J. Fry My Three Suns, Volume 1
Fry: Hey, you have no right to criticize the 20th century. We gave the world the light bulb, the steam boat and the cotton gin.
Leela: Those things are all from the 19th century.
Fry: Yeah, well, they probably just copied us.
Philip J. Fry A Big Piece of Garbage, Volume 1
[The Planet Express crew has watched an online movie about the solution to the garbage problem in New York.]
Fry: Wow, you got that off the Internet? In my day, the Internet was only used to download pornography.
Professor Farnsworth: Actually, that's still true.
[In the movie.]
Female Scientist: Now that the garbage ball is in space, Doctor, perhaps you can help me with my sexual inhibitions?
Male Scientist: With gusto. [The two scientists begin disrobing.]
Philip J. Fry A Big Piece of Garbage, Volume 1
[After delivering the subpoenas]
Fry: I know Big Vinny said he was giving me the Kiss of Death, but I still think he's gay.
Leela: Did he use his tongue?
Fry: A little.
Philip J. Fry Hell Is Other Robots, Volume 1
Professor Farnsworth: Good news, everyone! We've got a very special delivery today.
Fry: Who's it going to?
Professor Farnsworth: Me.
Bender: [dusting off hands] Another job well done!
Fry: Very impressive. Back in the 20th century we had no idea there was a university on Mars.
Professor Farnsworth: Well, in those days Mars just was a dreary, uninhabitable wasteland. Much like Utah. But UNLIKE Utah, it was eventually made livable, when the university was founded in 2636.
Not every one turns out like their parents.
I mean, look at me. My folks were honest, hardworking people.
Philip J. Fry Mars University, Volume 1
Space. It seems to go on forever. But then you get to the end and a gorilla starts throwin' barrels at you.
Philip J. Fry Space Pilot 3000, Volume 1
Although, I could get 500 lizards for the same price. Girls like swarms of lizards, right?
Philip J. Fry Xmas Story, Volume 2
Fry: Please let us live! We'll put out milk and cookies for you!
Robot Santa: You dare bribe Santa!? I'm going to shove coal so far up your stocking you'll be coughing up diamonds!
Philip J. Fry Xmas Story, Volume 2
Fry: It really puts you in the Christmas mood.
Prof. Farnsworth: What-mas?
Fry: Christmas! You know, X-M-A-S.
Leela: Oh, you mean "Xmas"! You must be using an archaic pronunciation, like when you say "ask" instead of "axe".
Philip J. Fry Xmas Story, Volume 2
Fry: My girlfriend had one of those. Actually it wasn't hers, it was her dad's. And she wasn't my girlfriend, she just lived next door and never closed her curtains.
Leela: Fry, remember what we said about ending your stories a sentence earlier?
Philip J. Fry The Lesser of Two Evils, Volume 2
Leela: Fry, why are you looking for Flexo in my underpants drawer?
Fry: I didn't find him ten minutes ago, so I thought it was time to check again.
Philip J. Fry The Lesser of Two Evils, Volume 2
Fry: Bender?! You stole the atom?
Bender: I can explain: It's very valuable.
Flexo: I saw him snatch it while Fry was asleep. That's why I ran to tell Bob Barker.
Fry: Whoa, whoa. Wait a sec. You mean Bender is the evil Bender? I am shocked. Shocked! Well not that shocked.
Philip J. Fry The Lesser of Two Evils, Volume 2

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