Bender fears that he will not be remembered when he dies, and schemes to ensure his legacy. When the PE crew is enslaved on the Ancient Egyptian-like Osiris-4, Bender quickly scams his way into the pharaoh's throne, starting a reign of terror that will likely not be forgotten. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account.
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Bender grows concerned that he will be doomed to obscurity, and sets off to rectify the situation. Bender returns the Planet Express Building to find out that the crew has staged a "funeral" for him, but it ends badly. The Professor assigns the crew a new mission: deliver a giant sandstone block to the planet O'Cyris IV. Upon their arrival, they find a desert world whose society is modeled after ancient Egypt and who they claim introduced interstellar travel to them. The crew is enslaved to work on the building of the funeral pyramid of Pharaoh Hermenthotip. Their job is to work alongside the other slaves, moving heavy stone blocks manually. Bender, impressed by the Osirin Pharaohs' method of ensuring their place in history, becomes a workaholic, working so fast the slave drivers can't even keep up with him.
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