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Billy West Says Futurama Might Return To Fox For 6th Season

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  • by elrous0 (869638) * on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @05:55PM (#26987823)

    I was a huge Futurama fan when it was on TV, so it pains me greatly to say this. But if you can't do better than those terrible new DVD releases, please *DON'T* bring this show back. I don't know if they got different writers for those movies, or whether the writers they brought back just lost their edge, but those were just embarrassing. Each release has managed to be even worse than the previous one.

    But if Matt Groening has proven nothing else with The Simpsons, it's that he has absolutely no understanding of the phrase "finishing while you're on top" and all-too-much understanding of "run it into the ground until it's a pathetic shadow of its former greatness."

    • by Eli Gottlieb (917758) <eligottlieb.gmail@com> on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @05:58PM (#26987907) Homepage Journal

      Well actually, Beast with a Billion Backs sucked, but the rest were pretty damn good. I thought Bender's Game was completely back on form for Futurama.

      • Re: (Score:2, Insightful)

        by genner (694963)

        Well actually, Beast with a Billion Backs sucked, but the rest were pretty damn good. I thought Bender's Game was completely back on form for Futurama.

        This!

      • by n4f (1473103) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:05PM (#26988087)

        Best line in Bender's Game: Is that a hobbit over there? No, that's a hobo and a rabbit, but they're making a hobbit.

      • by Bashae (1250564)

        I also think Bender's Game is good, it has plenty of memorable moments. I'm not saying it's better than the first seasons as a whole, but it's at least better than the less memorable episodes.

      • by kwalker (1383) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:28PM (#26988639) Journal

        I have to agree. The coolest part of Beast with a Billion Backs was how it tied directly to the end of Bender's Big Score. Other than that, it's my least favorite of the three.

        I'm just not sure if or how they'll recover from the Dark Matter situation (Trying to not spoil it for anyone).

        • Re: (Score:3, Insightful)

          by bigstrat2003 (1058574) *
          They just completely ignore it in the new movie, which is probably for the best. I don't know that a major plot thread about fuel issues would've been welcome for two movies in a row.
          • by kwalker (1383)

            Possibly, especially since its allegorical value has plummeted along with gas prices. Or they may have a character spout a one-liner to cover it. I'm just a little bit curious.

          • Re: (Score:2, Informative)

            by Anonymous Coward

            Unimportant spoiler:

            They DON'T ignore it, at one point in the movie they're running low on whale oil :>

          • by mazarin5 (309432)

            I thought they switched to elephant oil?

      • Re: (Score:3, Interesting)

        by Workaphobia (931620)

        Really? I absolutely loved Bender's Big Score more than I have the words to express. I felt that it was in every way the perfect futurama movie. But Beasts with a Billion Backs was clearly an unfinished piece, with tons of promising gag ideas mutilated by terrible execution, timing, and unconvincing plot. I figured this was likely due to the writer's strike, but I've been afraid to view Bender's Game lest I suffer the same disappoint.

        But if Bender's Game and the fourth dvd are half as good as Big Score, I'd

      • by root_42 (103434) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @07:43PM (#26990087) Homepage

        Well actually, Beast with a Billion Backs sucked, but the rest were pretty damn good. I thought Bender's Game was completely back on form for Futurama.

        I second this emotion. :)

      • Re: (Score:3, Informative)

        by Jurily (900488)

        Beast with a Billion Backs sucked

        No, it made me feel bad about ever liking Futurama.

        I had to rewatch Seasons 1-3 to get rid of it.

      • Re: (Score:3, Interesting)

        by roystgnr (4015)

        Well actually, Beast with a Billion Backs sucked,

        Compared to most Futurama, yeah. It wasn't any worse than "That's Lobstertainment" or "A Leela of Her Own", though.

        but the rest were pretty damn good. I thought Bender's Game was completely back on form for Futurama.

        Not quite. Bender's Big Score (at least parts of it) put together an enthralling plot that tugged at the heartstrings. And Bender's Game managed to keep the jokes hilarious, original, and steady. But by the time they were in full swing, the or

    • by Gat0r30y (957941) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:00PM (#26987947) Homepage Journal
      You know, you might be right. But if they bring it back, I'm still gonna watch it.
    • by RabidMoose (746680) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:00PM (#26987969) Homepage
      I agree with you that the DVD releases have been of much lower quality than the original show. However, I'm hoping (and believe) that the movie-length format was simply wrong for the show, and they would do much better if they were allowed to return to a 20 minute format.
      • by toleraen (831634) *
        I'd probably disagree with the quality of the movies, but I haven't really watched them more than once. Futurama was a great 22 minute dose of comedy that I could flip on while I'm eating a big bowl of Golden Grahams. The movies are much harder to just strap in for a while...although the broken out comedy central versions made it a little better.

        I'm really hoping they return to the show format...I think they still have it, they just had to do too much for the movie format.
    • Re: (Score:3, Informative)

      by eldavojohn (898314) *

      But if you can't do better than those terrible new DVD releases ...

      Eh, I'm not going to insert my own opinion, merely point out that Beast with a Billion Backs [billboard.com] was 12th and 6th on the charts for DVD sales according to Billboard. Bender's Game was 10th for a week while Bender's Big Score was only 37th and 11th for its two weeks.

      Their sales have put them on charts so while I'm not disagreeing with your assessment, someone out there enjoys them.

      Honestly, the DVDs are far above 99% of what's on TV right now so ... I say bring it back--it's a great idea financially.

      • Re: (Score:3, Funny)

        by Hognoxious (631665)

        Beast with a Billion Backs [billboard.com] was 12th and 6th on the charts for DVD sales according to Billboard.

        What an odd way of saying that it was 18th.

      • by jandrese (485)
        Beast with a Billion Backs was marketed as a fairly dirty (for Futurama) DVD. There were references to tentacle porn right in the ads. I'm guessing it had a bit of crossover appeal from the people who are really into that. I imagine they were disappointed at the rather religious tone in the DVD. Benders Game was solidly aimed directly at Futurama's fanbase (nerds) so it didn't have the crossover appeal.

        In my opinion (because everybody on the internet has an opinion) all three DVDs have been good, but
    • Well I've seen two of the movies, and I disagree a little. They weren't amazing or anything, but I would wonder if some of your disappointment was because you were expecting them to be spectacular by virtue of them being "movies". You know, when something is released as a movie, even if it's straight to DVD, you might have higher expectations than if it's just a normal show.

      I watched "Bender's Big Score" and "The Beast with a Billion Backs", and I think if they had been released on TV as a bunch of "to b

      • by MBCook (132727)

        They were released that way. They were made to be cut up into 6 episodes each (or was it 4?) to be aired a few months later on Comedy Central.

        They had their moments. "Bender's Game" had quite a few.

        I agree with some of the others here that the show just doesn't work in a long format like that.

        I'll watch again. Better than most stuff out there. Heck, with stuff like "Kath & Kim", old fashioned static or holding patterns are better than some of the stuff out there.

        • They were released that way. They were made to be cut up into 6 episodes each (or was it 4?) to be aired a few months later on Comedy Central.

          Well that's what I read they were going to do, but whenever I've seen it aired on Comedy central, They're all played back-to-back. On the on-screen guide, it even shows up as a single 2 hour (or however long) block. And they aren't intermixing those episodes with their normal weekly episodes, either.

          If they had waited until all the movies were released and then aired them as normal 30 minute episodes, a new one each week, over a few months as though it were a normal TV season, then I think I would have w

    • Amen, brutha. Bill Watterson(creator of Calvin and Hobbes) was one of the few people who were wise and humble enough to quit while they were ahead(though in the last strips you can see signs of cynicism and repeats of old ideas...he knew what was coming).

      If only Metallica or Saturday Night Live(man, how sad...) could only do the same thing. Personally, I believe that Drawn Together [wikipedia.org] should be resurrected immediately. It's going to be sad times when every show, no matter how good, will run for a few years
      • by elrous0 (869638) *
        I think more American TV shows should adopt the BBC model. Do two really great seasons and then move on to another project.
      • by pokerdad (1124121)
        Bill Watterson didn't quit because he wanted to go out on top, he quit because he became increasingly frustrated with the format forced upon him. He would have likely quit even sooner than he did but that his publisher won him some freedom with regards to the Sunday strips - though many newspapers never carried the later C&H sunday strips precisely because it didn't follow standard formating.
    • by Lumpy (12016)

      Otherwise I say they tell the executives to screw off and go direct to iTunes and then DVD.

      The biggest thing that scares TV executives is a highly popular show getting traction on the internet. Honestly, there is enough rabid fandom for Futurama that they could do it iTunes only and make as much or more money than being aired on FOX again. Plus they get the side benefit of becoming a historical footnote as to what started the destruction of TV networks.

      I'd buy new episodes of many shows that went away due

    • by Joe the Lesser (533425) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:11PM (#26988217) Homepage Journal

      Network President: "Greetings, gentlemen. You already know my execubots. Executive Alpha, programmed to like things it has seen before."

      Executive Alpha: "Hey, hey, hey!"

      Network President: "Executive Beta, programmed to roll dice to determine the fall schedule."

      Executive Beta: *rolls dice* "More reality shows!"

      Network President: "And Executive Gamma, programmed to underestimate middle America."

      Executive Gamma: "It's funny, but is it going to get them off their tractors?"

    • I think it was the movie format in general that sucked for Futurama. It was as though they crammed 45 minutes of jokes into a 90 minute movie. The snap just wasn't there. Getting back into a 22-minute box would eliminate that problem. I watched the first movie start to finish, and was a little disappointed. I waited until Beast with a Billion Backs came to comedy central, and found it to be a slightly better presentation.

      Any additional Futurama is welcome.

      • by Fozzyuw (950608)

        I agree with you.

        I found watching all the 3 DVD's for the full length got pretty *yawn*. However, If I watched them in a shorter format, they weren't that bad. During the whole DVD run, I was saying to myself "well, that's a Futurama joke, and that's a Futurama joke, but they're just not funny, but it's classic Futurama. Did I just grow up and it's not funny anymore?" hehe

      • ...they crammed 45 minutes of jokes into a 90 minute movie.

        But the DVD extras! Those are completely and totally...
        well they gotta be worth something.

        Or maybe not. Like you I waited until they were broadcast to watch them.
        I'm surprised at how negative the view of them are in this thread, I enjoyed them. It helped that I wasn't overly analytical in comparing them to some perceived ideal from the series, and that I didn't pay to watch.

    • by gornzilla (793897) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:35PM (#26988787)
      Matt Groening isn't the best. The Simpsons was really helped by Sam Simon (who was fired or quit) and James L. Brooks. If it wasn't for Brooks and Simon, it wouldn't have even made it to teevee.
    • I think you may just have shifted tastes. The new material (Beast With a Billion Backs excepted) is excellent, and very much on par with the quality of the original show.
    • Sadly, you're right. Each DVD release has gotten progressively worse, and this last one just sent the simple message "Futurama has lost its magic".

      Maybe a return to TV would change that, but my hopes aren't high.

      P.S. More Al Gore.

    • I thought Bender's Game was one of the better Futurama works. I can't think of any single Futurama TV episode or any combination of three Futurama TV episodes that I would say is better than Bender's Game.

    • by SirLurksAlot (1169039) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @09:36PM (#26991547)

      But if you can't do better than those terrible new DVD releases, please *DON'T* bring this show back.

      You watched it, you can't unwatch it!

  • Oblig. (Score:5, Funny)

    by grassy_knoll (412409) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @05:56PM (#26987859) Homepage

    Good News Everyone!

  • by genner (694963) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:00PM (#26987967)
    We're the executives who took the show off the air ground up into a fine powder?
  • I only posted this comment [slashdot.org] a few minutes ago and look what it has wrought!

  • I was never a big Simpsons fan, but I loved Futurama.

    • Re: (Score:2, Funny)

      by 4D6963 (933028)
      Hmm, fascinating! Thanks for the insight on your opinions, perfect stranger!
  • Screw Fox (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Raul654 (453029) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:11PM (#26988209) Homepage

    Seriously, screw 'em. They've wrecked one good show after another. I hope another network - any network - picks it up rather than them.

    • by Gat0r30y (957941)
      Incompetent? Undoubtedly. But they are also the only network that takes chances on shows like Futurama in the first place. You think CBS/NBC/ABC would risk something putting as original as Futurama on the air vs. "a sitcom about a female writer living in the city"?
      • by Chabo (880571)

        a sitcom about a female writer living in the city

        Are you talking about Sex in the City? ;)

      • Re: (Score:3, Insightful)

        by Belial6 (794905)
        My example would have been "fat stupid and lazy blue collar guy with hot smart hard working wife... Havoc ensues!" They've been beating that dead horse since The Honeymooners.
      • Re: (Score:3, Insightful)

        by Raul654 (453029)

        NBC hasn't had a new hit TV show in years - that's why they recently moved Jay Leno to 10. They, literally, had nothing that could fill the slot. So yes, I think NBC might be in bad enough shape that they'd be willing to take some risks.

  • by RapmasterT (787426) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:18PM (#26988403)
    After seeing how Fox can absolutely murder excellent shows with their weekly schedule ramdomizing game (Futurama, Firefly, etc), I'd MUCH rather see Futurama get picked up by Comedy Central, or Cartoon Network than back on Fox. Screw you Fox, you blew it.
    • [Adult Swim] will come up with the money to buy the rights to Futurama and Family Guy.
      They will then begin making new episodes of Shin Chan, continue with Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Venture Brothers, and Frisky Dingo.

      They will then split from Cartoon Network, starting up their own channel (HD and SD), which will be on 24 hours a day.

      /fantasy time
    • by Chabo (880571)

      Plus the fact that Terminator:TSCC was just moved to Friday as a lead-in to Dollhouse, which will result in both shows dying.

      Seriously, the only worse thing they could've done was put those shows on Saturday night.

      • Yeah, isn't Dollhouse the second Joss Whedon show that Fox has started out in a Friday night time slot? I mean, really, if you're going to start a new show on Friday night, you may as well just title it "Cancel me".

        • by Chabo (880571)

          Joss Whedon said that with Fox pulling their usual crap for Dollhouse, combined with the success of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" last year, that he will never again work with a TV network.

    • Re: (Score:3, Interesting)

      by gad_zuki! (70830)

      Cable channels dont typically have the budget for something like Futurama. Its one thing to licence reruns and produce low-quality stuff like Aqua Force and another run a show like Futurama. Right now, its Fox or nothing. Has any of the major players expressed interest? Everyone seems to shy from animation except for Fox.

      • by socsoc (1116769) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @11:38PM (#26992973)

        This is spot on. Cable networks like USA, TBS, TNT, FX, etc never come up with original programming series or movies.

        They just don't have the budget for Monk, Psych, My Boys, 10 Items or Less, Closer, Saving Grace, Nip/Tuck, Sons of Anarchy, It's Always Sunny....

        And that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure I omitted many and I seriously doubt their production costs are less than that of animation.

    • by Backward Z (52442) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @09:31PM (#26991491)

      Matt Groening has said before that Futurama is so budget-intensive that the smaller cable networks would not be able to financially support the show in its current state. I remember he went on to say that the kind of sacrifices that would have to be made to make the transtion from a broadcast to a cable network cut too deep and he was unwilling to make them.

      I can't remember exactly where I read this, but it makes sense. It's very espensive to make an animated show of this nature while maintaining Futurama's standard of quality. Look at how Comedy Cental and Adult Swim save money on their animations. South Park is super cheap because there's no hand animation. Drawn Together has hand animation, but it's crude and ugly when you stand it next to Futurama. For years Adult Swim used stock character animations and used computers to manipulate them (e.g. Space Ghost, Sealab).

      Futurama needs Fox's money. Kind of like how Mr. Bungle's California could have never been made without Warner Bros.'s money backing it up.

    • by LostCluster (625375) * on Thursday February 26, 2009 @12:11AM (#26993363)

      Fox's good series but low ratings failures were due to giving the network over to sports instead of recorded programs.

      Fridays during the late 90s and early 2000s, many affiliates carried local baseball games during primetime and they ran the Fox Friday lineup in late night after the local news. So, any series schedule for Friday would get weak rating numbers, and therefore be canceled as a flop.

      Sundays were troubled by NFL runovers and the fact that The Simpsons had to start on time at 8pm or not at all, meaning that in many cities the 7:00 and 7:30 programs would be pre-empted by the game being shown in the late afternoon slot. This doomed Futurama because it couldn't be found in a consistent slot.

      Another strike against Futurama is that it had to run with an alternate opening due to a showing the Planet Express ship crashing into a large screen, which was considered too close to a reminder of 9/11/01.

      However, Fox has fixed all of these problems. Time has passed so the opening is more acceptable. The Friday baseball pre-emptions are now a thing of the past, Fox has let baseball move to regional cable channels, some of which it controls. The Sunday problem has been solved by a postgame show called "The OT" that stations join in progress as the game ends, and runs until 8pm. So, the only thing that can be pre-empted by football is football talk.

      Fox is now no longer killing good shows because they're not getting the numbers due to Fox's own mistakes. They've solved that problem.

  • by jollyreaper (513215) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:20PM (#26988437)

    I never really understood how Faux not only greenlit so many wonderful shows but also murdered them in the cradle after barely a season. It seems too much to be coincidence, I think it must be some sort of pathology amongst their programming directors. Keen Eddie, Futurama, Firefly, Dollhouse, all axed. (Ok, might be jumping the gun on Dollhouse by a few weeks.)

    There's usually a political explanation for this kind of illogical behavior where Exec #1 gets to feel like he has a bigger penis for sabotaging Exec #2's pet project. It ultimately costs the company more money than it makes but ego is served so nobody cares. It just makes me wish the inevitable decline and destruction of the company would happen sooner before they tease me with any more shows I might like.

    Anyone remember that old animated show God, the Devil, and Bob? That fat fuck Jerry Falwell led a crusade against it as being blasphemous, the same way he did with the Last Temptation of Christ. Oddly enough, both examples here had a greater understanding of and sympathy for Christ's point of view than that bloviating, closet-case fucktard and all of his ass-hatted minions.

    The Last Temptation one is particularly amusing because the basic premise is "How can Jesus make a sacrifice of rejecting a peaceful human life and accepting the cross if he had no desire for it? Sacrifice without desire is an empty gesture. Giving up brussel sprouts for Lent? Meaningless. Giving up chocolate? Meaningful." So the fundies all flipped out at the idea of Jesus having an erection, Jesus having amorous thoughts about women, about wanting to take a wife and raise a family. Do you idiots read your own fucking book? It says God was made flesh, he is the son of man! One follows the other! What, you gonna flip out if anyone implies Jesus must have had to take a dump or two during his time on Earth? No, Jebus can't poo! Our pitiful little minds cannot contemplate it! Blasphemy!

    So the whole point of the movie was showing Jesus wanting that normal life, seeing how good it felt, knowing it could all be his, and sacrificing it for a greater purpose. And this was considered to be the most horrible cinematic sin committed since Ishtar. Stupid fucking fundies.

    • Futurama ran for four seasons before Fox dropped the axe, it was a good show and deserved to continue, but it's hard to put its cancellation in the same basket as the ones fans really complain about, where Fox commissions a show and then either drops it right away before it has time to develop, or demands so many changes that it doesn't stand a chance.

      It's going to be interesting to see what's done with Dollhouse. The ratings thus far have been abysmal, and the pilot was very poorly received, but most vi

      • >It's going to be interesting to see what's done with Dollhouse. The ratings thus far have been abysmal, and the pilot was very poorly received, but most viewers seem to have been much more positive about the second episode, and that might mean it'll pick up viewers over the next few months.

        Haven't seen it, but are you sure they actually ran the pilot? As I recall, the geniuses helped Firefly by running the first few episodes out of sequence.

        • Ok, well, whatever it was, the first episode they aired was fairly dire. And the second was fairly good. I await the next few episodes to see which was a fairer reflection of the show itself...
          • That's good to know... I could barely sit through the first episode. Maybe I'll give the second a shot after all.

    • I agree. If the show was good enough for them to put it on, at least let it run a full season and build buzz!

    • by macraig (621737)

      Bet you don't remember Space: Above and Beyond, do you? This antagonism that Fox has to QUALITY programming - IOW, anything that isn't distinctly mediocre and non-controversial - has been going on for a lot longer than most people even realize. I suspect it's rooted in Fox's struggle from birth as a belated network, and having to be better than the Big Three at targeting the broadest market segment possible. That meant that any show that proved too intellectual or (negatively) controversial to a median a

    • by metamatic (202216)

      I thought the most potentially offensive part of The Last Temptation of Christ was the suggestion that Jesus worked as a carpenter making crosses for crucifixions. Made me laugh.

    • by sgt scrub (869860)

      I was thinking more like the people that go out and find good content line it up. Then it runs until the p.o.s. that owns the network watches enough of it to see it doesn't impose his world view on others then cans it but I like your version too.

    • I never really understood how Faux not only greenlit so many wonderful shows but also murdered them in the cradle after barely a season. It seems too much to be coincidence, I think it must be some sort of pathology amongst their programming directors. Keen Eddie, Futurama, Firefly, Dollhouse, all axed. (Ok, might be jumping the gun on Dollhouse by a few weeks.)

      Really? Dollhouse? You're putting Dollhouse in the same category as Futurama (which ran for multiple years) or Firefly (which was passed on by UPN, Scifi, etc...I'm sure all of them regret it, but it wasn't just Fox that made that call)? I own several seasons of Buffy, Firefly, and Dr Horrible...and I could barely sit through the first episode of Dollhouse. I too am expecting it to be cancelled, and no doubt, there will be many upset Whedon fans. (And add Arrested Development to your list)

      It just makes me wish the inevitable decline and destruction of the company would happen sooner before they tease me with any more shows I might like.

      Out of curiosity,

  • Why Fox? (Score:4, Insightful)

    by RyoShin (610051) <[tukaro] [at] [gmail.com]> on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:30PM (#26988673) Homepage Journal

    Does Fox still have first-air rights? Fox loves to take the best stuff and strangle it to death. Out of order episodes, random slot times, and only a dozen episodes before cancellation is extremely common. They're the ADD child of networks.

    Fox doesn't deserve Futurama; if they aren't contractually obligated to bring it back to Fox, West should sell the rights to Adult Swim or Comedy Central. Adult Swim loved showing five hours of Futurama at a time, and Comedy Central just wants more animated filler. They'll both be better homes (though my confidence in [AS] is basically nil now, they've wasted all the class and personality that once made me interested in them).

    My other concern is Family Guy syndrome. Maybe it was because the show was off the air for some time, but Family Guy just isn't as good as it once was. Partly it's because they've completely changed the dynamic of every character (usually for the worst--Stewie is now more about "hiding in the closet" now than "take over the world and kill Lois"). Partly it's that the seem to rely more and more on the "like that time when" skits. While Futurama has always had a much different way to go about humor than that, it could still fall flat.

    Also, I'm worried that we'll lose all the great "under the table" jokes that require at least some college education to get.

    • by mqduck (232646)

      Family Guy hasn't been as good as it once was, but I don't think that had much to do with the cancellation. If you watch all the episodes one after another, the evolution from original Family Guy to modern Family Guy is very slow and steady.

    • Re: (Score:2, Interesting)

      by Krater76 (810350)

      Partly it's because they've completely changed the dynamic of every character (usually for the worst--Stewie is now more about "hiding in the closet" now than "take over the world and kill Lois"). Partly it's that the seem to rely more and more on the "like that time when" skits.

      All the characters are better and funnier than they used to be. The Stewie character had to change eventually. Honestly, the 'wacky character that is obsessed with global domination' has been played out for a long time, almost as much as either a talking animal/inanimate object, or the self-obsessed, idiot dad. We've seen those things in comics forever and it really isn't much of a gag anymore. The Stewie/Brian-heavy episodes are the best. Anything else is like watching a Lisa- or Marge-heavy episode o

  • by Adrian Lopez (2615) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:32PM (#26988729) Homepage

    If they do decide to bring back Futurama, I hope they'll go back to standalone episodes rather than movies cut up into four episodes. I don't mind an occasional "to be continued", but I find Futurama works better in half-hour chunks.

  • Zoidberg! (Score:5, Insightful)

    by SoundGuyNoise (864550) on Wednesday February 25, 2009 @06:51PM (#26989107) Homepage
    Because nobody else has said it yet.
    Honestly, my favorite episodes are the Zoidberg-centric. Or anything Zoidberg.
  • Will Sweet Zombie Jesus be resurrected into the dialogue?

  • Movies were mediocre at best :/ The TV show had it's ups and downs but it was brilliant overall.
    I'm sure it's already been said but damnit if it isn't true, such a shame about those movies.

  • "Bender must be stopped! I have gone too far. Who does that guy think I am? "

        Bender

  • Will it be in HD like the Simpsons or SD like Family Guy?

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