I miss Leela so much.
Last night inthe bathtub,
I ate a whole boxof taco shells.
Yes, I was there.
I know she said not to contacther, but it's been three weeks.
I'm going to fall down thatmanhole again and visit her.
Leela's wrist thingy.
How can I help you?
Fry, where's Leela?
We haven't seen hersince she sprouted tentacles.
What?! She didn'tmove down there?!
Then where is she?
That's what I calledto ask you.
Well, you didn't!
I've got to figureout where Leela went.
I just needsome kind of clue.
Where did it come from?
I think it fell from the sky,but I'm not sure.
Now I'm sure.
Whoa! Remember that muralon my cousin's van?
It's like itcame to life!
I keep telling you,we didn't grow up together.
Leela, don't worry,we're here to rescue you!
How do we get up there?
I'll let my hair downand you can climb up!
That's not hair.
I don't care what it is.I just like climbing.
Holy Rapunzel, Man-bat!
There's a duo hereto rescue us!
How dynamic are they?
Go about your business,citizens.
Well, back to beingthe subject
of gruesome geneticexperiments, old chum.
Yah! Oh! Ee!
Oh, Leela,it's so great
to see your beautifulface again.
Let me giveyou a hug.
Uh, okay.Go in that corner.
It's the hugging corner.You, too, Bender.
Instead, I went to bedbecause I'm tired now.
This is about yourtentacles, isn't it?
Look, Leela, there'snothing about your body
that could evershock me, so...
That is nasty!