In this festive three-part episode, the Planet Express crew races to preserve the traditional practices of the classic holidays of Xmas, Robanukah and Kwanzaa. Along the way, they encounter the murderous Kringlebot, Al Gore's Head-In-A-Jar, mutated pine trees, droidls, fembot wrestling, albino humping worms, Kwanzaabot and giant space bees, all while learning the true meaning behind the holidays...with an occasional song thrown in for good measure.
When the Earth is jeopardized by global warming, the crew attends a conference in Kyoto hosted by Al Gore's head, and when the Earth's increased temperature is linked to emissions from robots, Richard Nixon's head attempts to rid the planet of them - including Bender.
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.
While creating a team of mutants to play the Harlem Globetrotters, the Professor accidentally causes a disruption in time that threatens the existence of the universe, but may give Fry a chance to finally win Leela's heart.
Professor Farnsworth treats the Planet Express crew to a vacation on the largest, most luxurious space cruise ship ever built -- the Titanic. Once in space, love is in the air as Bender falls for a beautiful robot Countess and Fry dates both Leela and Amy. Captain Zapp Brannigan sets a course for adventure when he decides to steer the Titanic through a swarm of comets, or as he calls them, "the icebergs of the sky".
When Fry returns to college to prove he can be just as good of a dropout as he was in the Twentieth Century, Professor Farnsworth surprises him with a dorm roommate, a super-intelligent monkey. Meanwhile Bender, a legend of the robot fraternity Epsilon Rho Rho -- "ERR" -- leads a revenge of the robot nerds.
The Omicrons threaten to destroy the Earth if they can't see the last episode of a lost 20th Century television series "Single Female Lawyer" starring an unmarried human female, who wears very short miniskirts, struggling to succeed in human man's world. Because the last episode was destroyed by someone spilling beer on the transmitter (think Fry), the crew from Planet Express must deliver their version of "Single Female Lawyer".
Fry opens a "Slurm" beverage container bearing the golden bottle cap and wins a tour of the "Slurm" Factory (a la "Willy Wonka") to see how the world's most deliciously addictive softdrink is made. Wandering off from the tour, Fry is horrified when he accidentally discoversthe top-secret ingredient that makes "Slurm" so impossible to resist.
The Professor's "What-If" machine simulates Bender, Leela and Fry's wishes: Bender turns into a giant robot; Leela impulsively murders her friends; Vice President Al Gore, Stephen Hawking, Gary Gygax, and Nichelle Nichols come to the rescue when Fry inadvertently opens a rip in the space-time continuum.
After an accidental cryogenic freezing, Fry awakens at the dawn of the year 3000. With the help of his two new friends, a degenerate robot named Bender and a beautiful one-eyed alien named Leela, Fry defies his life assignment as a delivery boy. He tracks down his great-great-great-etc. nephew, Professor Farnsworth, who hires the three to work for his intergalactic delivery service. It's a brave new world and Fry is in for the ride of his life.
After delivering a package to an amusement park on the moon, Fry shows Leela how to appreciate the celestial body. Meanwhile Bender finds a little robot romance with a farmer's daughters, which puts the whole crew in jeopardy.
Fry is such a slob that he is forced to move out of the Planet Express offices. But friendship makes for strange bedfellows when he moves in with Bender and discovers the nuts and bolts of living with a robot.
On a mission to save endangered animals from a collapsing planet, lonely Leela meets legendary starship captain Zapp Brannigan - who (at least in his own opinion) is the universe's greatest ladies man.
While delivering a package to a planet inhabited by robots, where humans are killed instantly, Bender becomes intoxicated with the robot lifestyle and must choose between becoming a celebrity of sorts or saving his friends' lives.
Fry discovers he's a billionaire because his savings have been accruing interest for 1,000 years. Caught up in the excitement of his riches, he squanders his fortune to buy an unopened can of anchovies - extinct since the year 2200. What he doesn't realize is that Mom, the head of a mega-conglomorate, will do anything - even use Pamela Anderson's head-in-a-jar - to get her hands on those anchovies.
The crew visits a planet inhabited by liquid aliens. Fry, after delivering a package under the scorching heat of the planet's three suns, finds a bottle of cool blue liquid to quench his thirst. But when that liquid turns out to be the civilization's ruler, Fry finds he has become the new leader. Initially drunk with power, he soon discovers his life is in danger and must turn to his friends to help him dry out.
Bender puts his sinful lifestyle behind him when he joins the Temple of Robotology. But after returning to his old ways, he is banished to Robot Hell where, in a musical extravaganza, he faces the Robot Devil and endures tortures unimaginable to man.
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.
Kathryn Alys Daniels
Love. So sad it ended. This show had some truly remarkable episodes, ones that made me laugh, cry, and think.
Dude you dumb It's is the best show ever
Funny but a little bit scary My mom and Dad watch it all day but I don't know why
Best thing ever! Too expensive tho
Rating It is awesome series set in the future with apizza.delivery guy traveling through time when he gets stuck in an freeze machien
What the It was pretty boring for me cos I have seen all episodes
Kathryn Alys Daniels March 31, 2016
Love. So sad it ended. This show had some truly remarkable episodes, ones that made me laugh, cry, and think.
Brilliant. This show is amazing. Futurama is a programmer that is often canceled but is never disappointing. Coming from the man who made The Simpsons Futurama is about a pizza delivery boy from the year 2000 getting frozen and waking up 1000 years in the future. The characters are all funny and creative such as Bender the robot who drinks and smokes and The Professor who is a 160-year old man. Basically check it out. Its brilliant.
A subversive animated comedy that presents the everyday trials and tribulations of family life, but with the distinctive twist and irreverent slant that only animation can provide. FAMILY GUY airs Sundays at 9/8c on FOX.
From Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge and former The Simpsons writer/producer Greg Daniels comes King of the Hill, a sharp cartoon comedy chronicling the trials of low-rent Texan Hank Hill, his family, and their ragtag neighbors.
Relive the dawn of the South Park era, with legendary episodes of the groundbreaking, Emmy® Award-winning animated classic. Follow everyone's favorite troublemakers—Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny--from the very beginning of their unforgettable adventures.
An animated comedy revolving around Stan Smith, a CIA agent in Langley Falls, VA, whose main objective in life is national security. His family, a talking goldfish and a space alien rescued from Area 51 keep Stan busy while he tries to prevent terrorist activity in the U.S. Watch American Dad Mondays at 9/8c PM on TBS.
Doctor Who's popularity is on-going with a cult following that stretches all the way from New Zealand to Los Angeles via Britain. The new incarnation of the Doctor will travel much further a field. With high production values, innovative CGI from Oscar-winning company The Mill, an all-star cast and scripts from the cream of British writers led by Russell T Davies, Doctor Who is the ultimate adventure in the human race -- gripping, breathtaking and action-packed.
Meet Keith Ablow, M.D. A forensic psychiatrist who has testified in some of America's most highly publicized trials, he's also written several crime novels and a couple nonfiction books, such as Inside the Mind of Scott Peterson. He's appeared on CNN, Court TV, "Charlie Rose," "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "The Tyra Banks Show," "The Larry Elder Show" and many more. He continues to treat men and women who come from every corner of society--convicted murderers, the homeless, gang members, Fortune 500 executives, mental health professionals and government officials--and from around the world.
One of the longest running and most successful programs in television history, Doctor Who boasts an estimated 100 million fans in 54 countries. With high production values, innovative CGI, an all-star cast and scripts from the cream of British writers, Doctor Who is the ultimate adventure – gripping, breathtaking and action-packed.
BBC America is celebrating the phenomenon that is Doctor Who by asking fans from the celebrity world and from the floor of Comic-Con! about their favourite Doctor, Monster, and Companion moments from the Eleventh Doctor's tenure to date. Listen to Alison Haslip, Chris Hardwick, Reggie Watts, Mark Sheppard and other celebrity Doctor Who fans answer questions that range from what they think of the Doctor's sense of style, what they would do if they had to choose between having a pool in the TARDIS or a Vortex Manipulator on their wrists and if they think the Weeping Angels are the scariest monsters ever.
The Cleveland Show is a new animated series that follows everyone's favorite soft-spoken neighbor, Cleveland Brown (Mike Henry), to his hometown in Virginia as he settles down with his high school sweetheart.
This classic science fiction series, set in the 23rd century, follows the voyages of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise as it explores the endless universe - seeking new life, new worlds, and new civilizations.
Aimlessly roaming the universe, the ramshackle crew of spaceship Red Dwarf encounters alien pods, mutated viruses and distorted time. This international Emmy award-winning series boldly goes where no one in their right mind would even bother, taking viewers on a joyride three million years into the future.
He was once a man...now he's a hell-spawn! One of the comics' most popular and intriguing characters explodes on the screen in this adults-only animated series that combines vivid imagery with action, romance and high-level espionage.
While the crew of the Ghost is on a mission to help innocent citizens of the Outer Rim planet of Lothal, street orphan Ezra inadvertently interferes and is forced to escape aboard the Ghost in order to survive the Imperial pursuit. The boy is surprised to find that this crew consists of freedom fighters, and their next assignment has them determined to free Wookiee prisoners destined for an Imperial slave labor camp. Without time to return Ezra to Lothal, the crew embarks on daring mission to save the Wookiees. After their heroic adventure, Ezra must choose whether to return home or join the rebel crew and learn the ways of the Jedi.