Futurama

1999 • FOX
4.8
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Season 4 episodes (12)

1 Roswell That Ends Well
12/9/01
In this Emmy-winning episode the Planet Express ship travels through time to Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 and Fry becomes his own progeny.
2 A Tale of Two Santas
12/23/01
As Christmas approaches...Bender faces execution when he fills in for the murderous Santa robot.
3 Anthology of Interest, Part II
1/6/02
When the Professor fine tunes his What-If Machine, Bender discovers what it would be like if he were human, Fry discovers what it would be like if life were more like a video game, and Leela discovers what it would be like if she found her true home.
4 Love and Rocket
2/10/02
As Valentine's Day approaches...Bender's romance with the Planet Express Ship puts the crew in jeopardy.
5 Leela's Homeworld
2/17/02
Leela finally learns the truth about her parents and her own identity.
6 Where the Buggalo Roam
3/3/02
Although Kif, Amy's boyfriend, retrieves her parents' buggalo herd and rescues Amy when she is kidnapped, they still refuse to accept him.
7 A Pharoah to Remember
3/10/02
Bender's longing to be remembered motivates him to become a tyrannical Pharaoh on Osiris 4.
8 Godfellas
3/17/02
Bender accidentally gets shot out into the heavens and becomes God to a race of tiny aliens only to fail in that position and meet the Real Thing.
9 Future Stock
3/31/02
A cryogenically frozen 1980s guy is thawed, becomes the CEO of the failing Planet Express company, and threatens to have it acquired and gutted by its largest competitor.
10 A Leela of Her Own
4/7/02
Leela believes she is a pioneer for women's athletics when she becomes the first female major league blernsball player.
11 The 30% Iron Chef
4/14/02
Bender learns to cook and competes against the pretentious, popular chef Elzar in an Iron Cook chef contest; Dr. Zoidberg is struck with remorse when he frames Fry for his own misdeed.
12 Where No Fan Has Gone Before
4/21/02
The Planet Express crew finds itself pitted against the cast of the original Star Trek when an energy creature seeks to determine who is more worthy of his fanatical devotion.

About this show

Half-hour animated series about a pizza delivery man named Fry who is accidentally cryogenically frozen in 1999 and wakes up 1000 years later to a brave new world--that in some ways hasn't progressed much beyond the 20th century.
4.8
3.96K reviews
Keith Austin
August 30, 2015
Seen the series 6 times all the way through on Netflix. Now I'm gradually buying every episode and downloading them onto my phone so I can watch them anywhere. Characters you can really get interested in, jokes referencing earlier episodes, a good mix of comedy, heartwarming episodes, and sad moments, this is the perfect show for people of all ages. It has jokes for both adults and children and does a great job referencing real life situations in a comedic way. Absolutely wonderful show.
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J Burna
May 24, 2022
THE *BEST* animation series available for mature audiences without a doubt. Been a loyal fan since episode 1 (Space Pilot 3000) first aired following The Simpsons on Fox years and years ago.. Season 6, as listed here isn't technically a season. It's basically a episodical playlist of the 4 full-length movies they have created along the way. Definitely worth watching the entire series. A+
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Tyler Ege
September 4, 2020
This show deserves alot more respect then it gets. The cast and developers made this show one for the ages. This cartoon i cannot sum into words. I'll leave it with must watch and 5 stars. I've seen evey episode over 9 times over. Learned the "alien" language. Alot of this show i wish to be real.. I'm a ginger and I've delivered pizzas for about 9 years. I relate. I wish everyone would enjoy this show once in their life time.
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