|Relatives||Son: Antonio Calculon, Jr.|
|First appearance||I, Roommate|
|Voiced by||Maurice LaMarche|
- "Oh, fate most cruel, would that my boundless acting skills would avail mе a sword with which to slay this wretched curse."
- "Let's kick him some more."
- "No, wait, let me explain"
Antonio Calculon, Sr, better known as Calculon, was a recurring character on Futurama. He was a robot actor and celebrity. He was created sometime before the year 2019 as a car manufacturing robot known as Calculon 1.0, and used on the military mission to create the most evil car ever created from evil automobile parts; Project Satan. Upon its final construction, Project Satan attacked Calculon, turning him into a Were-car. In the centuries since becoming a were-car, Calculon changes his identity and upgrades his appearance to avoid suspicion. Other names he has been known by include: Acting Unit 0.8, Thespo-mat, and David Duchovny. He was also given his "Un-holy acting talent" from the robot devil. It is unknown what he exchanged for this talent, if he exchanged anything at all for it. Calculon was brutally clamped during the episode Silence of the Clamps by Clamps, due to his inability to pay the Donbot back a loan. He dies in a reenactment of Romeo and Juliet in a battle against experienced actor, Langdon Cobb in the episode A Thief of Baghead when he commits "suicide" by drinking a bottle of food coloring in front of a live audience, which is poisonous to robots.
Acting Career Edit
Calculon stars in All My Circuits, a robot-soap opera in which most of the characters are robots, though some humans make appearances from time to time. In the show, he is married to a fembot named Monique and has a son named Antonio Calculon.
Calculon was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in The Magnificent Three, written by Harold Zoid, but didn't win. He also stared in the film adaptation for the television program that made him famous, All My Circuits: The Movie. He also stared in the film dedicated to his to be wife; Coilette.
With Bender/Coilette Edit
After changing his gender and identity to Coilette so that he could participate in the Female Robot Olympics, Bender became romantically involved with Calculon. After becoming engaged to Calculon, Coilette "died" during their wedding, thereby ending their relationship.
Bender is also Calculon's official stalker and hot water heater.
Calculon died tragically in the world acting championship, poisoning himself to increase the realism of poisoning himself in the death scene of Romeo & Juliet. Despite his imbibement of the most deadly poison known to robots (food coloring), he still lost the competition to legendary actor Langdon Cobb. He did not live to learn of his defeat. His return in rumored for the 20th episode of season 7 with the title "Calculon 2.0". He could have survived because of his backup unit, which all robots but Bender have.
- I, Roommate
- Fry and the Slurm Factory
- The Honking
- That's Lobstertainment!
- Crimes Of The Hot
- Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television
- Bend Her
- Mother's Day
- The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings
- Bender's Big Score
- The Beast with a Billion Backs
- Bender's Game
- Into The Wild Green Yonder
- The Silence of the Clamps
- Yo Leela Leela
- Decision 3012
- The Thief of Baghead (Last appearance and death)
- ↑ The Honking
- ↑ The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings
- ↑ Bend Her
- ↑ The Lesser of Two Evils
- ↑ That's Lobstertainment!
- ↑ Raging Bender
- ↑ Bend Her
- ↑ That's Lobstertainment