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EP1 The Bots and the Bees Jun 20, 2012

Bender impregnates Bev, the new Planet Express soda machine, who gives birth to a son named Ben. As his mother lacks arms, Ben does not inherit his father's bending ability.

EP2 A Farewell to Arms Jun 20, 2012

An ancient prophecy predicts the world will end in 3012.

EP3 Decision 3012 Jun 27, 2012

Leela becomes a campaign manager for a presidential candidate whose birth certificate is missing.

EP4 The Thief of Baghead Jul 04, 2012

Bender joins the paparazzi and tries to take a photo of an actor whose face has never been seen.

EP5 Zapp Dingbat Jul 11, 2012

Zapp Brannigan loses interest in Leela and instead turns his attentions towards her mother, Turanga Munda.

EP6 The Butterjunk Effect Jul 18, 2012

Leela and Amy become addicted to the performance enhancing drug known as "Nectar" to increase their chances of winning at the epic sport of the Butterfly Derby.

EP7 The Six Million Dollar Mon Jul 25, 2012

Hermes replaces parts of his body with robotic counterparts so as to increase his productivity.

EP8 Fun on a Bun Aug 01, 2012

Fry is the victim of a sausage-making accident during the crew's visit to Oktoberfest.

EP9 Free Will Hunting Aug 08, 2012

Bender searches for the meaning of life after learning that robots lack free will.

EP10 Near-Death Wish Aug 15, 2012

The crew finds out Professor Farnsworth's parents are still alive on the Near Death Star.

EP11 Viva Mars Vegas Aug 22, 2012

The crew stages a casino heist to recover stolen property from the Robot Mafia.

EP12 31st Century Fox Aug 29, 2012

Patrick Stewart is the leader of a robot fox hunt, inspiring Bender to fight for robot fox rights.

EP13 Naturama Aug 29, 2012

A triptych episode parodying nature documentaries. The crew are reincarnated as animals, trying to carve out an existence in the wild.

EP14 2-D Blacktop Jun 19, 2013

After being trapped in a strange 2-D universe, the planet express crew have to face unexpected changes to daily life.

EP15 Fry and Leela's Big Fling Jun 19, 2013

Fry and Leela's romantic getaway goes awry when their vacation spot turns out to be an alien zoo.

EP16 T.: The Terrestrial Jun 26, 2013

After being marooned on an distant planet, Fry is befriended by a young monster.

EP17 Forty Percent Leadbelly Jul 03, 2013

Bender meets his hero, a famous folksinger who has been in jail 30 times, and wants to duplicate his success. This means duplicating his guitar too, which he tries to steal from a maximum-security prison, but fails, so instead resorts to 3D-printing technology to duplicate the guitar — again resulting in horrible consequences.

EP18 The Inhuman Torch Jul 10, 2013

Bender becomes a famous firefighter, but the crew suspects him of arson.

EP19 Saturday Morning Fun Pit Jul 17, 2013

The Futurama gang stars in a trio of craptastic morning cartoons.

EP20 Calculon 2.0 Jul 24, 2013

When Fry and Bender go to Robot Hell to retrieve Calculon's soul, the Robot Devil is surprisingly eager to give them what they want.

EP20 Calculon 2.0 Jul 24, 2013

When Fry and Bender go to Robot Hell to retrieve Calculon's soul, the Robot Devil is surprisingly eager to give them what they want.

EP21 Assie Come Home Jul 31, 2013

Bender looks for his rear end all over the universe.

EP21 Assie Come Home Jul 31, 2013

Bender looks for his rear end all over the universe.

EP22 Leela and the Genestalk Aug 07, 2013

Leela grows tentacles due to a rare condition, and stumbles upon a secret genetic engineering lab.

EP22 Leela and the Genestalk Aug 07, 2013

Leela grows tentacles due to a rare condition, and stumbles upon a secret genetic engineering lab.

EP23 Game of Tones Aug 14, 2013

The Planet Express crew journeys into Fry's dreams to pull off a mission in the year 1999.

EP23 Game of Tones Aug 14, 2013

The Planet Express crew journeys into Fry's dreams to pull off a mission in the year 1999.

EP24 Murder On the Planet Express Aug 21, 2013

The crew get trapped aboard the Planet Express ship with a horrific alien creature.

EP24 Murder on the Planet Express Aug 21, 2013

During a team-building exercise, the crew get trapped aboard the Planet Express ship with a horrific alien creature.

EP25 Stench and Stenchibility Aug 28, 2013

A flower stand owner falls in love with Doctor Zoidberg, unable to smell his unpleasant odor due to being born without a sense of smell. Their budding romance is challenged when Zoidberg has the opportunity to give her a nose transplant and restore her sense of smell.

EP25 Stench and Stenchibility Aug 28, 2013

"Stench and Stenchibility" is the twenty-fifth episode of the seventh season of the animated sitcom Futurama. It originally aired on Comedy Central on August 28, 2013. The episode was written by Eric Horsted and directed by Crystal Chesney-Thompson. Dr. Zoidberg falls in love with a human flower-girl while Bender competes in a deadly tap-dancing contest.

EP26 Meanwhile Sep 04, 2013

"Meanwhile" is the 26th and final episode of Futurama's seventh season and is the series finale. The episode premiered on September 4, 2013, on Comedy Central, along with a talk show special called Futurama Live that was aired prior to and following the episode. "Meanwhile" was written by Ken Keeler and directed by Peter Avanzino. As the conclusion to the series, the episode revolves around the romantic relationship between Fry and Leela. In the episode, Professor Farnsworth invents a button that allows the user to travel backwards in time by 10 seconds. However the button is stolen and abused by Fry, who wants to use it to prolong the moment of his marriage proposal to Leela. Due to the recurrently uncertain production status of Futurama, "Meanwhile" is the fourth episode written to serve as an ending to the series. It follows "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings", "Into the Wild Green Yonder" and "Overclockwise", all of which were also written by Ken Keeler.

EP26 Meanwhile Sep 04, 2013

Professor Farnsworth invents a button that can take a person 10 seconds back in time, inadvertently causing major consequences.
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The adventures of a late-20th-century New York City pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry, who, after being unwittingly cryogenically frozen for one thousand years, finds employment at Planet Express, an interplanetary delivery company in the retro-futuristic 31st century.

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ignitesomgoo This was brilliant at its worst something for all ages, a bit of hidden naughty and even stuff for kids, people complain about family guy and others for me they are great but Futurama is a much cleaner quality, proves comedy don't have to go blue. Would give my left testicle or right having said that for more episodes or both for a movie. LOVE YOU FUTURAMA
MarcusBritish Concluded binge-watching "Futurama", by "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening, which has a strange production history. 140 episodes were made between 1999-2013; it's first 4 seasons from 1999-2003 were with FOX who gradually lost interest. After a long hiatus, Comedy Central (home of "South Park") bought the rights in 2006. Four direct-to-DVD films were released in 2008-09 (later split into 16 episodes to create season 5 for TV runs) and two 26-episode seasons, both split over two years in 2010-13, concluded the show's 7 season run over a 14-year span.When it first aired, I only saw a few early episodes and, for reasons I can't recall (possibly my initial dislike of the theme music), I didn't really take to it. Having ploughed through "The Simpsons", "South Park" and "King of the Hill" this year, I decided to give "Futurama" another shot, and did enjoy it a lot more, and was even surprised by many of the clever twists that carried through the series. The show can't decide whether it wants to follow a serialised or episodic format, and certainly isn't the first show to switch format between seasons, yet due to its frequent callbacks to previous events "Futurama" has a definite semi-serialised feel; though episodes can be watched independently, many require knowledge of earlier episodes to understand some references, especially time-travel themed episodes. I quite like that, however, as it provides greater continuity and background, instead of just chucking poorly-developed throwaway episodes at us just to pad out the seasons, like "The Simpsons" ended up doing... 29 years on... that horse may not be considered dead, but it on life support."Futurama" has the same animation style as "The Simpsons", being both colourful and energetic, with well-written and superbly voiced characters. Much of its comedy style is similar too, but its futuristic sci-fi setting gives it a different feel and less room for social commentary, therefore "Futuramara" often tends to be surreal rather than preachy. Whilst "Futurama" doesn't directly parody any mainstream sci-fi series as a whole, it frequently spoofs memorable scenes from popular shows such as "Star Trek", "Star Wars", and many classic sci-fi B-movies, and these make for some very amusing moments. Very much like "The Simpsons" annual Halloween special parodies a selection of horror stories and films, "Futurama" does the same with many sci-fi films. I also love how they constantly mimic various original "Star Trek" sound effects throughout the series, such as whooshing doors and chirping computers - it's subtle, but a nice touch for fans. Better still, Shatner, Nimoy, Takei, Koenig and Nichols actually voiced themselves for one whole episode, which provides some great self-deprecating dialogue.In conclusion: I think that "Futurama" had a fair run. Seven years may not seem like a lot, but it's fair to say that it did not overstay its welcome, unlike "The Simpsons", which has been dragging its heels for several years and has lost most of its original appeal. "Futurama" often crosses the line when it comes to "political correctness" and risqué humour, though it still veers closer to "The Simpsons" more subtle handling of material than the, uh... less family-friendly expressions used in many "South Park" episodes. Why did I enjoy it more now than 18 years ago? I think, because in 1999 "The Simpsons" was still a classic (just) and "Futurama" just couldn't equal it. But, once "The Simpsons" began to grow stale, "Futurama" picked up the baton and became a classic in its own right. With the entire universe to play with, the writers produced many extremely good episodes, resulting in more than just another animated comedy, but a clever sci-fi, that has proved itself to be amusing, emotional and mature.
webberrules Futurama is one of the few adult animated television series I enjoy.The Bad: 1. Humour can be overly rude at times, but does not ruin the series much.The Good: 1. Likable cast of characters, with the likes of Fry, Leela, Bender, Professor Farnsworth, Dr. Zoidberg, Hermes, Zapp Brannigan and Amy. 2. Excellent voice acting courtesy of Billy West, Katey Segal, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, David Herman and Frank Welker. 3. The animation may not be high art, but it has its unique appeal. 4. The writing is very good, with well-written episodes and funny humour. 5. One of the few adult animated shows that realises the balance of not being too politically correct, but not being too mean-spirited at the same time, just like The Simpsons. This show is a good example of showing that political correctness and freedom of speech are by no means dichotomous, which is what shows like South Park have a really bad habit of presenting. 6. Character designs are simple, yet appealing at the same time.Matt Groening knows how to balance his humour and two of his shows are evidence of it. Futurama is a fantastic series, but it is not as good as The Simpsons, in my opinion.
S.R. Hunt This is the first adult cartoon I've consistently watched. Sure, I've seen a few episodes of "Family Guy" and "the Simpsons", but I never got into them, that and my parents wouldn't allow me to watch those. Now that I'm older, I decided to watch "Futurama" after hearing a ton of praise for the show. And it deserves every bit of it. The main purpose of shows like "South Park" and "Family Guy" is to make you laugh, "Futurama" does that but it also does so much more. This show makes you think about mortality, relationships, and religion. It can also makes you cry. Try watching "Jurassic Bark", "Luck of the Fryirsh", and "Lethal Inspection" without shedding a tear. I'm kind of sad the show got canceled yet again, because I've just recently started watching it, but at least it had the dignity to end. I'm looking' at you, "Simpsons". If you're old enough to watch adult cartoons (which if you're reading this, I assume you are), go check this show out, you won't regret it.