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He was conceived by the series' creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen , and is voiced by John DiMaggio. He fulfills a comic, antihero -type role in Futurama and is described by fellow character Leela as an " alcoholic , whore -mongering, chain-smoking gambler". According to the character's backstory , Bender was purpose built in Tijuana, Mexico the other characters refer to his "swarthy Latin charm" a reference to Bending metalworking in Mexican maquiladoras.
Viewers are informed, through his own testimony, of Bender's prejudice against non- robots. For example, one of his signature expressions is "kill all humans".
Exceptions who are not subject to Bender's prejudicial attitude are those individuals on his "Do Not Kill" list, which seems to comprise only his best friend Philip J. Fry and his colleague Hermes Conrad added after the episode " Lethal Inspection ".
Although different creation processes have been shown, Cohen has stated that the viewer has only been shown Bender emerging from the machine that created him, while what happened inside the machine has not yet been revealed. According to one version, suggested by Hermes' flashback,  and also by a reverse aging process shown in the episode " Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles ", a newborn Bender possessed a baby-like body.
In " Bendless Love ", however, Bender is portrayed with a normal, adult-sized body in a flashback sequence conveying his memory of coming into existence.
As Bender's memory contains an adult form, the episode's content suggests that the character might actually be recalling a transfer to an adult body, rather than the moment of creation. Unlike most other robots, Bender is mortal and, according to Professor Farnsworth 's calculations, may have less than one billion years to live.
Because of a manufacturing error that left Bender without a backup unit, Bender's memory cannot be transferred or uploaded to another robot body. After reporting that defect to his manufacturer, Bender barely escapes death from a guided missile and a robot death squad dispatched by Mom in order to eliminate him and effectively take the defective product off the market. At the factory, Bender was programmed for cold-bending structural steel.
At the university, he was a member of Epsilon Rho Rho ERR , a robot fraternity , where he became something of a fraternity hero for his many shenanigans: one night he chugged an entire keg of beer , streaked across campus, and stuffed 58 people into a telephone booth although he concedes they were mostly children. Before meeting Fry and Leela and joining Planet Express where he currently works as the assistant manager of sales ,  Bender had a job at the metalworking factory, bending steel girders for the construction of suicide booths.
Bender has an apartment in the "Robot Arms Apts. Although the pair enjoy living together, Bender is sometimes portrayed as manipulating his guileless friend. In the series' early episodes, Bender is shown preferring to occupy smaller areas of their apartment, like the closet, referring to them as "cozy", although in later episodes he is shown to have his own individual bedroom, like Fry.
Throughout the series, he enters many romantic relationships of varying duration, and is commonly referred to as a womanizer by his friends. He does not seem to discriminate between human women and their robot or "fem-bot" counterparts, and is shown actively pursuing both. Likewise, his taste in fem-bot partners does not seem to be affected by the fem-bot's height or weight, and he is shown numerous times chasing fem-bots of all builds.
In " Proposition Infinity ", Bender's secret affair with coworker Amy Wong leads to a referendum that, once approved, legalizes robosexuality. In " The Bots and the Bees ", he has a sexual encounter with a fem-bot soda vending machine that leads to the almost-instantaneous birth of a son, whom he names Ben, after the first part of his own name. Professor Farnsworth describes Bender to be constructed of an alloy of iron and osmium. Bender hates magnets, as magnets interfere with his inhibition unit, causing him to uncontrollably start singing folk songs when near his head; and also causing him to reveal his secret ambition to be a folk singer.
He is once able to attach a magnetic small faux-beard underneath his mouth without breaking into song. Bender also has a near-pathological fear of electric can openers. Bender's visual design went through multiple changes before reaching its final state. One of the decisions which Groening found to be particularly difficult was whether Bender's head should be square or round.
Initially he worked under the idea that all robots would have square heads in the year ; however, it was later decided that Bender's head should be round, a visual play on the idea that Bender is a "round peg in a square hole". When casting for Futurama , Bender's voice was the most difficult to cast, in part because the show's creators had not yet decided what robots should sound like.
After about auditions, even series co-creator Cohen attempted to audition after being told he sounded like a robot. DiMaggio originally auditioned using his Bender voice for the role of Professor Farnsworth and used a voice later used for URL the police robot for Bender. DiMaggio has noted that he had difficulty singing as Bender in " Hell Is Other Robots " because he was forced to sing the harmony part in a low key.
In " The Farnsworth Parabox ", Bender states that he flipped a coin to decide his color, ending up with foghat gray rather than gold. In " The Cyber House Rules ", Bender shows the kids a black-and-white mug shot of himself taken after his arrest for theft. In " Time Keeps on Slippin' ", Bender is shown trying to join a basketball team and makes himself taller by simply extending his legs.
His body has a "shiny metal ass", two legs, two "Extens-o-matic" arms with three fingers each, a head with two replaceable eyes shaped like light-emitting diodes , and a mouth used for fuel intake and voice communication.
In " Bender Gets Made ", Bender claims he also has a nose, but he chooses not to wear it. Bender's human-like characteristics are reinforced by his display of behaviors often regarded as exclusive to humans, such as whistling, snoring, having bloodshot eyes , crying , feeling physical attraction , being tickled , dreaming , and belching. Other bending units of the same model as Bender, such as Flexo , share the same hardware design, but differ in terms of their personality and behavior.
For example, Flexo shows personality traits similar to those of Bender but is not quite as "evil" as Bender. In the episode " Mother's Day ", Leela looks through a simulation of a bending unit's sight, which targets potential rubes and then denotes a plan to rob them and leave them in a ditch, implying that all bending robots are somewhat prone to theft and amoral by design.
However, another unit, Billy West named after the series voice actor of the same name , is helpful and kind, though he lives as a farmer on the Moon and insists on not being a bending unit. Bender was designed specifically for the relatively simple task of bending straight metal girders into various angles.
Despite this apparent simplicity, he possesses numerous features superfluous to his original purpose, which become more apparent after an electric jolt to his antenna from an overhead light socket in the pilot episode.
The scope of Bender's functionality is impressive; he often acts as if he were a multifunctional gadget rather than a special bending machine. Having the hardware-based self-destruct control on his body, rather than in his software, prevents Bender from committing suicide in " A Head in the Polls " when he pawns everything but his head, grows desperate without it and desires to kill himself. Bender is capable of disassembling and reassembling his body at will and operating each detached body part individually and remotely, presumably by using his transmitter and antenna to send wireless signals.
His head can be used for a wide range of functions, whether attached to his body or not. In one episode, Leela reassembles Bender into a functioning go-kart albeit in an event shown in the "What-If" machine. Bender uses his chest cavity as a locker , which seems to store much more than is physically possible ; it is often used to store heads in jars, small children, alcohol , money , loot, the world's last darkroom , and, on a few occasions, Fry. In " The Route of All Evil ", the cavity was also used as a boil kettle, hopback and fermentation tank to produce home-made beer.
Upon inspection of his body, it appears to be empty, though devices like the F-Ray reveal that, despite appearing hollow, Bender's body contains gears and other robotic components. Being an electronic machine, he can perform quick mathematical calculations, but admits to being a poor calculator. His mechanical nature also makes him far more durable than the rest of the cast, capable of surviving gunfire, explosions, extreme heat, deep water, or hard vacuum.
Even when his body is seemingly destroyed or completely detached from his head, it has no effect on Bender's ability to think and communicate, indicating that his main processing facilities are located in his head. For example, in " The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz ", when Bender reboots, his visual sensors detect a colony of penguins, prompting his boot loader to re-initialize him with penguin-like behavior and language.
He is equipped with a vast capacity of computer data storage , in excess of , terabytes - 1 TB for general storage and , TB for the storage of pornography, though in " Overclockwise " Cubert Farnsworth deletes 12 TB of outdated catchphrases from Bender. Presumably either Bender has a separate "catchphrase drive" or the majority of the catchphrases are also pornographic. Bender is powered by alcohol -based fuels, which he can convert into an electrical power source sufficient to operate not only himself, but also small household appliances plugged into his power receptacle.
Due to Professor Farnsworth 's flawed design, the energy conversion process inside Bender's body produces an inordinate amount of waste gases and heat. He can expel these products from his rear end  or, more often, as a flaming belch. He also has a nuclear pile inside his body, as seen in " Godfellas ". However, its location and purpose are not clear. Bender often exhibits sociopathic behavior; he is a pathological liar and rarely shows any empathy his most frequent catchphrase to any bothersome person is "Bite my shiny metal ass!
He has a mostly voluntary morality and constantly steals , ranging from the petty theft of wallets to crimes such as kidnapping Jay Leno 's head and stealing Fry's blood and kidney.
He also once stole Amy's earrings while giving her a hug. It was shown in " Roswell That Ends Well " that even in a disassembled state, his individual limbs carry on attempting to steal anything in proximity; the hand on his dismembered arm steals a wallet out of a scientist's pocket before becoming inactive again.
He is shown throughout the series as having a secret desire to be a folk musician that only manifests itself when a magnet is placed on or near his head. This desire is finally fulfilled in the episode " Bendin' in the Wind ": an accident involving a giant can opener leaves him with a mutilated chest and paralyzed from the neck down. An encounter with Beck during his hospitalization leads to his becoming lead washboard player and the two teaming up for a musical tour that turns Bender into a folk hero for other broken robots, only for his career to end when he finally recovers.
He is also fascinated with cooking, being the chef of the Planet Express Ship , though he is shown to have no sense of actual taste. In fact, his early dinners were so horrible that even the omnivorous Zoidberg could not eat it. In " The Problem with Popplers ", he creates dinner consisting of nothing but capers and baking soda , and mistakenly expresses his belief that humans eat rocks. He seems to improve his cooking skills over the series, cooking a lavish cake for Nibbler 's birthday party and beating Elzar for the title of Iron Cook though he uses a potion called "The Essence of Pure Flavor", which consists of water and a generous portion of LSD to make the judges hallucinate that his food tastes good.
In Into the Wild Green Yonder , he mistakenly bakes prison guards a cake with nutmeg thinking it was a natural human sleep drug , before being corrected by Amy that nutmeg is in fact a baking ingredient. As a robot, he possesses an incredible amount of patience. In "Roswell That Ends Well", he is shown to wait over a thousand years in sand after his head is lost during a trip back in time to , as well as many thousands of years in caverns under New New York City although on this occasion he was also in the presence of multiple alternate versions of himself that had previously made the same 'trip'.
Despite the long wait, it is implied that Bender does not power down, apparently enjoying his own company so much that he does not consider it necessary.
However, in one episode, he shows next to no patience as a one-time joke. Although the consumption of alcohol is necessitated by Bender's design and should not be generally viewed as a vice for alcohol-fueled robots, he apparently drinks far more than he needs for energy. His excessive drinking contributes to his characterization as an alcoholic "Hell Is Other Robots" reveals that robots can function equally well on mineral oil instead of alcohol, also contributing to the perception of Bender's alcohol use as a vice.
If he is deprived of alcohol, for instance during periods of depression , he ceases to function properly and shows signs similar to human drunkenness , including developing a rusty five o'clock shadow. As noted above, his disembodied head has survived for millennia with, presumably, no source of alcohol, so it may be that, when a mere head, Bender neither requires alcohol nor suffers from its absence.
When he is sufficiently frightened or sickened, bricks fall from his backside a reference to the slang "shitting bricks". He has also been shown to be able to use his eyes as cameras. In addition to drinking, he also has an affinity for cigars, which he ignites with a lighter built into his finger, although in " Decision " he uses a Zippo.
Unlike drinking alcohol for fuel, Bender tells Fry that he smokes cigars simply because they "make [him] look cool". Despite being a robot, he has been seen to show emotion on many occasions, going so far as to shed a tear in " Crimes of the Hot ", to Fry's astonishment. One of the series' running jokes revolves around Bender having emotions, when technically he should be an unfeeling machine. Bender is seemingly unaware of his emotions, stating in the episode "Anthology of Interest II" "I mean, being a robot's great but we don't have emotions and sometimes that makes me very sad".
He has also been known to be nonchalant to the point of appearing both uncaring and incredibly brave, even in life-threatening situations. Bender is a classic narcissist. He considers himself flawless, a "towering inferno of physical perfection",  and refers to himself in both the first and third person.
In " The Farnsworth Parabox " Bender seemingly falls in love with an alternate gold-plated version of himself, stating that he has finally found someone "as great as me".
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