Turing Bot (sample conversation)
Crew is having a conversation, deciding on whether or not to do something.
Fry: "What do YOU think, Turing Bot?"
Turing Bot prints out a ticker tape with the symbols 'O' 'K' '.' 'HALT'
Fry walks over to Turing Bot, takes the tape, and looks at it.
Fry: "He's in."
Row Bot (sample conversation)
Crew is in a small boat, navigating a narrow river en-route to deliver a package.
Fry is reading an up-side-down map.
Hermes is cutting down overhanging branches/vines with a machete (green snakes escaping down the trees).
Fry: "Ok, looks like we'll need to go up at the next waterfall."
Farnsworth: "Yes, yes, a piece of cake for my new ROW Bot."
Cut to the bow of the boat showing a Row Bot (an automatic boat rowing robot) moving the boat along.
Answering Machine (sample conversation)
Farnsworth: "Good news, everyone! I've designed a robot to answer the phone for us when we're too busy to do so ourselves. I call him, Answering Machine."
Bender roles his eyes.
Amy: "That's soooo amazing."
Leela: "Uh... professor?"
Cut to the phone and Answering Machine. Phone rings and the robot (a life-like, state-of-the-art humanoid) picks up the phone and hands it to Farnsworth.
Farnsworth: "Yes? No I'm NOT interested! Yes, you can call back between the hours of 'who cares' and 'I don't give a damn'."
Farnsworth hands the phone back over to Answering Machine, who then hangs it up (slamming it down).
Farnsworth nods approvingly to Answering Machine, who smiles in return.
Outlook (sample conversation)
A blocky humanoid robot which takes the role of Microsoft Outlook for the Futurama crew. He has the Outlook symbol on his chasis, and the Windows startup sound plays when he enters the room.
Consider a scene at the morning meeting, the crew is just sitting down, getting coffee, etc.
Outlook enters and starts handing out letters to everyone individually (symbolizing everyone checking their daily email). Some of the letters have attachments (literally polaroid pictures or notes attached with a paperclip).
Leela is flipping through hers, mumbling "spam, spam, ooooh what's this".
Outlook finishes and starts walking out the room.
Outlook: "OK people, remember we've got a meeting at 1:30 in the conference room."
Everyone sighs. Mumbling is heard.
Hermes' voice: "Notify me 5 minutes prior."
Bender's voice: "Declined!"
VCS (sample conversation)
Fry is fiddling with the TV antenna. A picture of Morbo delivering the news is on TV.
Fry: "It's no use. Something's wrong with the TV. The 8800p rez isn't working."
Bender: "If it ain't 88, it ain't any great. Trademark."
Farnswoth: "Hmm... this gives me a chance to try out that new VCS I recently had installed."
Farnsworth walks over to a box near the TV (looks like an Atari 2600), he picks up a cartridge, blows into it and inserts it into the box.
The picture changes to an 8-color (3 bit) barely recognisable, super-blocky picture of Morbo.
Farnsworth: "Pretty smooth, huh?"
MMO Bot (idea & sample conversation)
It could be funny to include a reference to "bots" in MMO games, additional characters that players setup to automatically accomplish tasks for them. These are sometimes also referred to as "mules".
Futurama crew are mounting mules (like Kif did when on Mars searching for buggalo, or Leela and Fry did going to that huge telescope up in the mountains to search for Bender in space).
Cut to either Fry or Leela.
Fry/Leela: "Uh... I might need a smarter 'mule'."
Show humanoid NPC walking continuously into a wall while swinging a sword, with a pile of items next it (reference to a personal bazaar).
I always thought it would be cute if someone asked Bender why he was so impulsive & unpredictable, and he replied "most of my state diagrams are non-deterministic", or some equivalent reference to NFAs.