Futurama News

On Futurama, Bender discovers that he doesn't have free will, so he reluctantly goes on a soul-searching journe to find a way to obtain it... only to find that it may be closer than he expected.
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On Futurama, when Fry acts like a drunken fool and suffers a catastrophic mishap while trying to make sausage, it leads to him and Leela losing their memories of each other... and fighting it out in an all-out battle between neanderthals and homo sapiens.
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When Hermes loses his humanity thanks to a desire for robotic implants, will it be Dr. Zoidberg who comes to his rescue? Read our Futurama review for the answer.
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Leela and Amy fall into the depths of addictive performance-enhancing nectar when they try to compete in a fighting league on Futurama. However, their quest to find more of the sweet performance enhancer causes Fry to undergo a bizarre metamorphosis...
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Futurama Details

Futurama is a science fiction cartoon created by Simpsons creator Matt Groening and David X. Cohen.  The show centers on a pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry,  whowas cryogenically frozen in 2000 only to awake in the year 3000.

Futurama aired from 1999 to 2003 on Fox.  The show was then brought back to life via four straight-to-DVD movies.  Now, thanks to great DVD sales, the show will be returning with new episodes on Comedy Central.

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Futurama Quotes

Farnsworth: (on the phone) Oh, how awful. Did he at least die painlessly? To shreds, you say. Well, how is his wife holding up? To shreds, you say. Very well then. (hangs up) Sad, sad, terrible, gruesome news about my colleague, Dr. Mobutu.
Leela: Was his apartment rent-controlled?

Fry: Bender, what is it?
Bender: Whoa, what an awful dream. Ones and zeros everywhere. And I thought I saw a two.
Fry: It was just a dream, Bender. There's no such thing as two.