Meeting In Destruction
Scene: Planet Express. The PE staff sit around the conference table in what's left of the meeting room as the building is being rebuilt by construction workers.
Fry: 'Why do we have to have a meeting here?
Farnsworth: 'Because I said so, plus the building will be rebuilt in a matter of days.
Amy: 'Good-thing you got insurance.
Farnsworth: 'Yes. So Leela?
Farnsworth: 'What you saw in that box was some box copies of our universe?
Leela: 'Yes, and most of them were huge, and I also saw your invention the Banach-Tarski Dupla-Shrinker, which that giant Bender must of used to create all those boxes that contain copies of our universe.
Farnsworth: 'Well yes, but it must've of started with the biggest box, so were merely just a copy of a bigger universe than ours.
Leela: 'That's what I meant, and I didn’t correct you.
Farnsworth: 'Yes, it is quite understanding that you would find it confusing for I even find it confusing. It is crazy to think we all got smaller and everything within the universe got smaller and the universe itself got smaller to adjust to everything getting smaller.
Bender: 'Who talks like this?
Amy: 'All of us do, at times.
Bender: 'So how small is our universe now?
Farnsworth: 'Well we're not gonna get any smaller, but we could make smaller and smaller universes using the Banach-Tarski Dupla-Shrinker to make smaller universes till the boxes are microscopic in size, but then again those microscopic universes, could make themselves more smaller and smaller universes within their universes, till if possible they reach a size of infinite smallness like when one enters a black-hole till the latest universe copies simply get destroyed when made. But we don't really know if there's a limit in size to how small you could make an universe, it might have no end on how small you could make an universe, but maybe just maybe at some point the stars within an universe that is so small and planets in the universe are so close to the star from the universe being so small, all life on those planets themselves would be melted. [Everyone stares at him like their brains metaphorically exploded.] Sorry, sometimes I can talk too much.
Bender: 'Well our deliveries should be shorter since the universe is smaller.