History NightmareFuel / Futurama

22nd Nov '17 3:47:10 PM Juneberries
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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, an unstoppable BadSanta, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. In an anything goes-style future, all life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.

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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, an unstoppable BadSanta, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, ''universal omnicide'', and he ‘’just ''just hasn’t gotten around to it’’.it''. In an anything goes-style future, all life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.
21st Nov '17 10:34:48 PM Juneberries
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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. In an anything goes-style future, all life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.

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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, an unstoppable BadSanta, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. In an anything goes-style future, all life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.
21st Nov '17 10:33:17 PM Juneberries
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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. All life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.

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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. All In an anything goes-style future, all life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.
21st Nov '17 10:31:09 PM Juneberries
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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, the constant police brutality no one cares about... this is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.

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* Almost ''anything'' in this ''entire show'' if you take it seriously: Zapp Brannigan's position and activities, the compulsive television watching, the completely unnecessary economic inequality, an insane PresidentEvil, a MegaCorp-owning CorruptCorporateExecutive, the constant police brutality no one cares about... this about, eldritch aliens and amoral robots around every corner, and even the resident mad scientist is apparently capable of ‘‘universal omnicide’’, and he ‘’just hasn’t gotten around to it’’. All life everywhere seems to have very little value, regardless of whatever species you may be. This is why there could never be a live action version of ''Futurama''.
17th Oct '17 8:51:00 AM dannylightninglightner
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* Kif giving birth to dozens of tadpole babies in the episode "Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch." We're treated to several seconds of Kif screaming in absolute agony as his skin inexplicably flashes from its usual pale green to a glowing, neon green, and we see ''the entire thing''. And there was a ''lot'' of (albeit green) blood.
** The last part of the episode carries some AdultFear undertones when Kif wearily asks Amy if their babies have made it safely to the pond.... only for the scene to cut to the babies getting attacked by giant, terrifying creatures like bugs and snakes, which are trying to eat them.
21st Sep '17 11:09:32 AM Enhas
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** Arguably, the ''only'' original characters left from the beginning of the series since then are the Professor and Bender since Fry has technically been a clone ever since "Rebirth", and everyone else is '''''long''''' dead and gone. While it's PlayedForLaughs and (like most things in Futurama) not meant to be seriously, it's chilling that the characters we're watching in the majority of the second run are essentially ReplacementGoldfish.

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** Arguably, the ''only'' original characters left from the beginning of the series since then are the Professor and Bender since Fry has technically been a clone ever since "Rebirth", and everyone else is '''''long''''' dead and gone. While it's PlayedForLaughs and (like most things in Futurama) not meant to be taken seriously, it's chilling that the characters we're watching in the majority of the second run are essentially ReplacementGoldfish.CloseEnoughTimeline versions and not the "real" ones.
21st Sep '17 11:04:09 AM Enhas
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** Arguably, the ''only'' original characters left from the beginning of the series since then are the Professor and Bender since Fry has technically been a clone ever since "Rebirth", and everyone else is '''''long''''' dead and gone. While it's PlayedForLaughs and (like most things in Futurama) not meant to be seriously, it's chilling that the characters we're watching in the majority of the second run are ReplacementGoldfish.

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** Arguably, the ''only'' original characters left from the beginning of the series since then are the Professor and Bender since Fry has technically been a clone ever since "Rebirth", and everyone else is '''''long''''' dead and gone. While it's PlayedForLaughs and (like most things in Futurama) not meant to be seriously, it's chilling that the characters we're watching in the majority of the second run are essentially ReplacementGoldfish.
21st Sep '17 11:02:31 AM Enhas
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** Arguably, the ''only'' original characters left from the beginning of the series since then are the Professor and Bender since Fry has technically been a clone ever since "Rebirth", and everyone else is '''''long''''' dead and gone. While it's PlayedForLaughs and (like most things in Futurama) not meant to be seriously, it's chilling that the characters we're watching in the majority of the second run are ReplacementGoldfish.
29th Aug '17 11:41:42 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed dead in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance, never seing Fry again. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of Leela and everybody else.

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* In "The late Late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed dead in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance, never seing Fry again. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of Leela and everybody else.
17th Jul '17 4:28:49 PM MSRT
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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed that in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of everybody else.

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* In "The late Philip J. Fry", it's implied that "our" Leela, the "real" Leela, the Leela whose stories we've been following throughout all these seasons... one day remains alone, when Bender, Farnsworth and Fry disappear (and are believed that dead in an explosion), lives out a life of resentment, has a failed marriage with Cubert (of all people), and overall leads a miserable existance.existance, never seing Fry again. The Leela that we meet for the last few episodes? That's a different version of her, from the universe "two Big Bangs after" our universe. Even worse, Bender, Farnsworth and Fry accidentally kill their own doppelgangers from that universe, bury them and take their places in the lives of Leela and everybody else.
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