Futurama uses its last episode, "Meanwhile," wisely. It fixes something that has bothered me from the beginning of the show, and shows us the beauty of true love.
I can't believe that Futurama took this long to make fun of Germany. At last — at long, long, last — the time has come. Don't let the Fry and Leela relationship element of this episode put you off. This is a great one.
What if Futurama's on-again, off-again couple finally stopped breaking up and settled down to have some Matt Groening-style babies? They might inherit Leela's mutation and Fry's lack of common sense, but they sure would be cute kids.
To celebrate Futurama's return, creator David X. Cohen answered all our burning Futurama questions. How scandalous will the new cable version be? What's happened with Fry and Leela, what's a "robosexual," and how will they make fun of Twitter? Spoilers.
Excited about the return of Futurama to our television screens? Prepare to lose that feeling: Fox have apparently cut the original voices of Fry, Leela, Bender and many other characters from the revival and are about to recast the roles.
If you've been wondering what to do with yourself between now and the end of the year, you might think about tuning in to the Cartoon Network, where you can watch every single episode of Futurama starting at 11pm tonight, and running until 11:30pm December 31st. If you've got a massive hard drive attached to your DVR,…