Favorite bands :
Soundgarden, Them Crooked Vultures, Audioslave, Clutch, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Foo Fighters, Misfits, Chris Cornell, Pearl Jam, AC/DC, Ash Grunwald.
Favorite books :
Favorite tv :
Futurama, 30 Rock, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, OZ, Trailer Park Boys, Entourage, Seinfeld
Favorite movies :
Jurassic Park, Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!, Gladiator, American Psycho, I Love You, Man, Alien, Super Troopers, Mad Max, Stunt Rock, Stone, Danger Freaks, Death Cheaters, Lethal Weapon Series, Beverly Hills Cop, Snatch, Jurassic Park II, Black Rain
I was a stock broker from the 1980s, I had a fatal disease called boneitis. There being no cure for it at the time, I cryogenically froze myself until a cure was found.
After being unfrozen in 3002, I met Philip J. Fry at a support group meeting for defrostees. Being a former stock broker, I was looking for a new beginning in the future. Together with Fry, I became the new CEO of Planet Express at their stockholder meeting. I then completely changed Planet Express' way of working, by focusing on appearances rather than actual work, a trick I had learnt from my days in the 1980s.
I wanted to beat Mom's Friendly Delivery Company, and found myself in a negotiation meeting with Mom. But contrary to what Fry had believed in me, I ended up selling Planet Express to Mom. At the Intergalactic Stock Exchange, PlanEx (my new name for Planet Express) was to be taken over by Mom. And with the stocks I had bought from Dr. Zoidberg, I had majority control of the company, so the sale went ahead. Although initially opposed to the sale, the rest of the Planet Express crew quickly became supporters of it once they learned that the value of their stock had skyrocketed upon news of the merger.
Unfortunately, during the sale, my fatal disease, boneitis, began its final stages and killed me whilst I was on the stage.
Fry, as vice-chairman of the company, took over the company and his stock. He immediately moved to cancel the deal, but was stopped by the rest of the crew who were more interested in being rich than continuing to work with each other. Fry began an address to viewers of the merger expressing his feelings, which caused the value of Planet Express stock to plummet. The value reached .03 dollars a share upon Fry revealing that a nightgown-clad Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth was to be the new head of the company. Once aware of this fact, Fry triumphantly cancelled the merger.