Double the Futurama, double the fun? An episode featuring Patrick Stewart and a new anthology featuring the Planet Express crew as wildlife make up the season 9 finale.
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Futurama Review: Working for the Clampdown
When the Robot Mafia takes over the Wong family's Martian casino on Futurama, it's up to Amy and Zoidberg to steal it back.
Futurama Review: Hover-Rolling on the Near Death Star
Fry searches for the Professor's parents on tonight's Futurama. Find out if family heals all wounds in our review!
Futurama Review: Humiliating a Pheasant
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.
Futurama Review: Barfapalooza
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.
Futurama Review: Jamaican Toaster
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.
Futurama Review: Winners Don't Use Drugs
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...
Futurama Review: The Battle of Paco's Tacos
Leela's parents divorce, leaving her mom in the arms of Zapp Brannigan. Hilarity ensues, but is heartbreak in the cards for the unlikely couple?
Futurama Review: Celebrity Death Match
It's up to Bender to save the day on Futurama when the world's greatest actor winds up stealing his friends' life forces by viewing a picture of him, one that Bender took. Whoops!
Futurama Review: The Obvious Candidate
Leela helps an upstart political contender take on Richard Nixon in the 2012 election, but Bender helps reveal that not all is what it seems with the hotshot senator on this episode of Futurama.
Futurama Review: Give Her a Hand
It's the end of the world as we know it, but are Fry and Leela doing fine? Read our Futurama review to find out.
Futurama Review: Manufactured Love
Bender gains an illegitimate son in the season premiere of Futurama, but as he grows attached to the little robot rapscallion, he must make a tough choice.