Decision 3012 Scene
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"Decision 3012"
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It's time to elect a new President on this episode of Futurama. On planet earth, that is.

Futurama Scene
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"A Farewell to Arms"
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An ancient prophecy reveals that Earth is doomed in the year 3012, but will the Planet Express crew's attempt to save people go awry?

A Proud Father
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"The Bots and the Bees"
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Bender becomes a father on the season premiere of Futurama, but he must make a difficult decision for his robot son.

Futurama Finale Pic
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"Reincarnation"
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Futurama goes back to the 1920s on this season finale. Read a recap now.

Self-Hacked
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"Overclockwise"
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Bender evolves into a godlike being this week. It's the result of him seriously increasing his processing power.

Cold Warriors Scene
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"Cold Warriors"
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Fry came down with a cold this week, while the entire city on Futurama was quarantined.

Professor and Dr. Zoidberg
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"The Tip of the Zoidberg"
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What dark secret does the crew uncover this week? Find out in our latest Futurama review.

It's a Monster!
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"Fry Am the Egg Man"
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Fry nurtures an alien egg this week. One problem: it hatches into a monster.

Mobius Dick Scene
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"Mobius Dick"
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Leela gets obsessed this week. She's all about hunting down a four-dimensional space whale.

From All the President's Head
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"All the President's Heads"
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Read on for a recap of the latest Futurama episode. It's titled "All the President's Heads."

Futurama Quotes

Leela: Why are you cheering, Fry? You're not rich!
Fry: True, but someday I might be rich. And then people like me better watch their step.

It's just like the story of the grasshopper and the octopus. All year long the grasshopper kept burying acorns for winter while the octopus mooched off his girlfriend and watched TV. Then the winter came, and the grasshopper died, and the octopus ate all his acorns and also he got a racecar. Is any of this getting through to you?

Fry