Whammy-Wham-Wham-Wazzle! Grab a can of Slurm and head on down to the planet Wormulon, contest winners! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll wretch. This episode truly has it all!
Earth is about to be destroyed by television obsessed aliens and only one man can stop it. Unfortunately that man is Philip J. Fry so maybe people should start making peace with their god(s).
Fry’s off to college and his roommate is… a monkey? With a hat? Who can talk? What the heck is this show?! Oh that’s right, utterly awesome.
All aboard The Titanic, the world’s largest space cruise ship, where absolutely nothing could go wrong and love is most definitely in the air.
(Robot) Hell is real! And much less surprisingly, it’s in New Jersey! That’s right everybody, it’s time to meet one of the greatest recurring characters in the show. Also The Beastie Boys are here for confusing reasons.
No, that’s not a description of your beloved author of these fine articles about a 20 year old cartoon, it’s the title, silly! Who wants to learn about environmental conservationism?!
Futurama can teach us a lot of important life lessons, but could any of them be more salient and inspirational than being able to literally drink your way to the top? I certainly doubt it.
Phillip J. Fry just became a trillionaire and he started out as a delivery boy, so what excuses for not being disgustingly rich do you even have?
Kill all humans! That’s right everybody, finish blasting yourself with hot resin and grab your ceremonial kill-a-ma-jigs and let’s go a-huntin’ for humans!
Captain on deck! That’s right people, this is not a drill; Zapp mother-freakin’ Brannigan has arrived! Rejoice, for verily this is a blessed day. I guess an episode of Futurama happens too.