While searching for the right beer to drink, Fry, Leela and Bender decide to homebrew within Bender. Back at Planet Express, Cubert Farnsworth and Dwight Conrad were suspended from boarding school for salting Brett Blob for shoving their lunches into a miniature black hole they made. They amuse themselves by using Hermes' power stamper, forcing him to stamp "VOID" on everything it stamped as tax exempt, and then use the Professor's voice changer to send the crew off on a bogus pizza delivery to Dogdoo 8 at the edge of the universe. But the universe ends at Dogdoo 7, which they realize a week later. Leela breaks their video game and their fathers order them to get jobs. Dwight and Cubert decide to form a newspaper delivery service called Awesome Express. Their fathers jest at their efforts and beat up their sign.
Act II: "The edge of the universe is at Dogdoo 7!" Edit
The duo order an easy-to-construct ship that moves via pedaling. They soon make so much money off their deliveries that they make more money than Planet Express. But their fathers refuse to say anything. Depressed, they decide to get back at them through plan Dwight Lightning; they offer the crew a better deal of pay and soon find that the Professor declared himself dead three years ago as a tax dodge when he took a nap in the park. In technicality, Cubert inherits the company and renames it Awesome Express; they also fire Hermes and the Professor.
Bender soon give "birth" to his beer, named BenderBrau. At that moment, calls start coming in that people haven't gotten their paper delivered in a long time as Dwight and Cubert dumped all of them in a crater on the moon. Panicking, they go to their fathers, who were staying at Hermes', disappointed as they wanted a few more years of being better than their sons. They see another chance but help their sons deliver all the papers with the Planet Express ship. The last house was Bret's, as they broke his window during their business. The fathers had them go to apologize but Brett's father refuses their apology and the fathers get into a fight in which the humans are severely injured. Later, in a hospital, Brett's father comes to apologize. They drink BenderBrau together.
Hermes tells Dwight that his delivery company isn't a real company, because Dwight doesn't have "one of those things", referring to Zoidberg. This is quite a compliment coming from anyone, but from Hermes in particular, with his obvious, thinly-veiled Zoidberg-issues, it is astounding. Hermes must have found some good herb.