Come Slither is one of the goals in Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. It is the main goal of the Island of Lost Bots event, Act 2. To begin the goal, players must have completed both Snail Fail and Island Destination goals.
- The snails live to slime another day.
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I thought you said the snails were taken care of!
Then why did I find some hiding while I was changing clothes in my bedroom?
I'd be hiding too if I saw you prancing around naked!
The snails' goop is becoming increasingly acidic. Soon it will be able to melt metal.
Metal? Someone needs to do something!
Be my guest.
Haven't I done enough just by being Bender?
- 32 20
What's wrong, Bender?
The Professor stopped paying me! He says, correctly, that I caused the snail invasion and claims I have no value to the company until I get rid of them!
No value? Did you remind him about your sassy attitude and colorful workplace commentary?
Yes. There's no reasoning with the man!
Are you done cleaning up your mess?
Which mess are we talking about?
The mess people are calling "Snailmageddon"!
Never heard of it. You're not by any chance referring to "Snailbendermageddon", are you?
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Promise me you'll be careful around the snails, Fry. Once touch of their goop will melt your skin away.
Is there anything I can do to protect myself?
Well, the snails are scavengers. They won't be attracted to you if you keep yourself generally clean.
So I'm doomed.
Bender, we have to get rid of the snails before they destroy everything with their acidic goop.
Acidic goop, like all problems, is not my problem.
Okay, but they've been spotted congregating around the poles at Electric Ladyland.
Those poles knew what they were signing up for.
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Thank God you're here, Scruffy. We need you to clean some tropical decorations that just arrived.
Scruffy don't hold much with the wanton culture of the tropics. Mm-hmm.
Really? I thought as a porn aficionado, you'd enjoy the island tradition of minimal clothing.
And I do. It's the loose tropical attitude toward janitorial services I can't abide.
Them tropical decorations are all spic and span.
Good work, Scruffy. How did you get the smell of rotting mango out of the tiki huts?
I didn't. I burned 'em all and built new ones.
Always knew that bamboo forest I own would come in handy someday.
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Thanks to you, those acid-spewing snails got into my kitchen and ruined my spicy goat curry!
How could you tell? Your goat curry's pretty awful to begin with.
Shut your standpipe. After those snails slimed up the pot, my curry wasn't nowhere near as corrosive as Hermes likes it!
Hey, man, when you gonna take care of this snail problem? Chief's chewin' me out.
I'm working on it. You gotta remember, hard work doesn't come easy to me.
I don't care, Bender. I got problems of my own. These snails are takin' up all my time, and I'm fallin' behind on my citizen-beating!
I'm startin' to forget my laser-club's name.
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The people of New New York aren't happy about the snails. They're rioting in the streets.
We should riot with them!
Nobody enjoys a good riot more than me. But we could get hurt. Or be charged with property damage.
You're just lucky I love you more than I love violent revolution.
That was a pretty boring mob if you ask me.
Well, it's New New York and they're rioting against snails. If you want a real mob scene, we should visit Detroit right after they've won a world championship of some kind.
I may not live that long.
- Have Bender Strum Some Tunes (16h 0m 0s)
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Professor, we've moved as many tropical decorations we could into the city. At this rate the tropical island planet's gonna be stripped bare in a couple of days.
And yet, the snails still taunt us with their slimy corrosive calling cards. How are we to get rid of them?
What if I played some soothing island music on a ukelele? And then started my own video channel of me playing the ukulele?
You're right -- it just might lull the snails back into their tropical torpor!
I never thought of that. I just figured it'd get me some action with hipster fembots.
Bender, you've done it! The snails have become less hostile and they're migrating to Polynesia!
But at what cost, Professor? At what cost?
I don't see that there's been any downside whatsoever.
Don't you realize I've been elected to the Ukulele Hall of Fame? My picture's gonna be hanging next to Don Ho and Arthur Godfrey 'til the end of time!