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|Species||Alien (unknown species)|
|Planet||Earth (not originally)|
|Profession||News Reporter for Channel √2 News|
|First appearance||A Big Piece of Garbage|
|Voiced by||Maurice LaMarche|
|“||… All humans are vermin in the eyes of Morbo!||”|
–Morbo, A Big Piece of Garbage
Morbo the Annihilator (born November 13, 2971) better known as Morbo, is a recurring character on Futurama . He is a green, reptilian alien with a big, pulsating brain, who bides his time on Earth in the city of Los Angeles, anchoring "Entertainment and Earth Invasion Tonite" side by side with puny human co-host Linda and awaiting the day on which the time would be ripe to destroy the inferior humans. He tends to call humans "puny" and "inferior" and blurts out "I will destroy you all!" He also has his own show called Tea with Titans, where he meets with many famous people, including Zapp Brannigan, Space Pope, Billionairebot, and Mom, as well as hosts the game show Who Dares to Be a Millionaire.
Morbo is married to Fawn, the mercilessly cruel monster of his life. Their spawn is, in Morbo's own words, "belligerent and numerous." Morbo enjoys busying himself with relaying the weaknesses of the humans to his own race, learning all there is to know about windmills and Richard Nixon. He dislikes his wife's cooking and kittens, which give him gas. He even states he hates his wife, stating he will destroy her like he plans to on humans. He is also good friends with Richard Nixon.
Behind the scenes Edit
- "A Big Piece of Garbage"
- "A Head in the Polls"
- "Mother's Day"
- "Amazon Women in the Mood"
- "A Tale of Two Santas"
- "The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz"
- "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid"
- "That's Lobstertainment!"
- "A Pharaoh to Remember"
- "The 30% Iron Chef"
- "A Taste of Freedom"
- "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television"
- "The Cyber House Rules"
- "Crimes of the Hot"
- "Three Hundred Big Boys"
- "Spanish Fry"
- "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings"
- "The Duh-Vinci Code"
- "The Prisoner of Benda"
- "The Silence of the Clamps"
- "Cold Warriors"
- "Decision 3012"
- "The Thief of Baghead"