Devil's Island--also a 3004 Olympics paticipant. Apparently an independent state by then.
A field of vertical green and dark blue stripes--four and five, respectively--overlaid with the device of a red devil's head
in profile, facing left. A rather nice design, in my opinion.
An unknown flag that makes an appearance at the 3004 Olympics. Looks kind of like Djibouti.
The Nation of Joe--yet another of the 3004 Olympics participants.
A nation apparently consisting of one guy named Joe. Flag: Red field with Joe's head in the center, facing right--with a rather
strange expression on his face. Also from "Bend Her."
The IOC flag, seen at the 3004 Olympics--again, in the episode "Bend Her"--has an extra two rings, for a total of seven. Presumably
the IOC has adopted a policy of adding a ring for every 500 years since the games' inception or something.
The Harlem Globetrotters are a contemporary U.S. trick-basketball team. In Futurama they have their own planet, from whence
they occasionally emerge to challenge hapless Earthlings to pick-up games. The flag appears on embassy row in "The Taste of
Freedom." It's actually a rather nice design--based on the Stars-and-Stripes motif of Globetrotter uniforms.
The "Klingon" flag--of course, as we all know, the Klingons are an empire of uber-violent warriors who live for
nothing but valor on the battlefield and honor in death. Obviously, a purple-daisy-on-pink flag (to say nothing of the Klingon
Embassy, which bears a distinct resemblance to a Barbie Dream House) reflects their identity perfectly. I mean, we
all knew they were overcompensating for something.
Unidentified Aliens--The flag of the nasally endowed--and rather cranky about it--aliens that invade Earth in
one of the Futurama comic books.
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