History YMMV / Futurama

22nd Sep '17 7:40:45 AM Robbyn
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* TheScrappy:
** The "Susan" butt boil is quickly getting a lot of this for various reasons, such as it being an already outdated joke in an already topical-heavy episode, and for just having a really annoying voice.
** Leela's parents, Morris and Munda, are also rather disliked by fans. A lot of it comes from the fact that they separated for silly reasons just to get an episode's plot going, and they tend to be shoehorned into every episode they appear.
** Ndnd, the wife of Lrrr is hated as well as she basically does nothing but nag her husband around and downright abuses him verbally while in one episode, she hits him over the head with a frying pan and kicks him out of their house all because he got her a gift she didn't really like.
** Yivo, despite being the main antagonist of ''[[Recap/FuturamaM2TheBeastWithABillionBacks The Beast with a Billion Backs]]'' is not really villainous or evil but he is hated for forcing almost everyone in the universe into a relationship with him, meaning that he forcibly put his tentacles into peoples necks and was revealed to be "mating" with those people through those tentacles meaning that Yivo was technically raping these people and he got away with all that and was EasilyForgiven for it despite how serious his crimes were. He was also an invincible villain due to be entirely composed of electromatter and was also a KarmaHoudini.
6th Sep '17 10:06:16 AM DocJamore
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* TheScrappy:
** Mr. Wong. Sexist, stupid, and demeaning to everyone, he's earned a lot of haters who wished he died in Into the Wild Green Yonder. And given that sexism and possessive behavior towards one's children are Chinese stereotypes, he might even qualify as an EthnicScrappy.
** The "Susan" butt boil is quickly getting a lot of this for various reasons, such as it being an already outdated joke in an already topical-heavy episode, and for just having a really annoying voice.
** Leela's parents, Morris and Munda, are also rather disliked by fans. A lot of it comes from the fact that they separated for silly reasons just to get an episode's plot going, and they tend to be shoehorned into every episode they appear.
** Cubert is another in-universe example and he is also rather disliked by fans. The thing is, the creators ''intended'' him to be unlikable as a parody of a CreatorsPet.
** Michelle, who not only cheated on Fry, but showed that she was an incredibly selfish and controlling person in her [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]] episode.
28th Aug '17 8:36:34 PM Savini24
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** ''Hell is other robots'' has anti-religious overtones (specifically how Bender takes up a religion and becomes a genuinely better person. It's especially heavy-handed that [[WeWantOurJerkBack his friends don't like his newfound faith and character]] and persuade him to leave his religion and cheat to save him from the punishment his religion doles out).

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** ''Hell is other robots'' Is Other Robots'' has anti-religious overtones (specifically how Bender takes up a religion and becomes a genuinely better person. It's especially heavy-handed that [[WeWantOurJerkBack his friends don't like his newfound faith and character]] and persuade him to leave his religion and cheat to save him from the punishment his religion doles out).
25th Jul '17 11:01:52 AM Gosicrystal
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Seen all over the place. Most notably in the episode The Sting where 60% of the episode are these. Also subverted a number of times.
29th Jun '17 7:49:56 PM NedZeppelin
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* SweetDreamsFuel: Surprisingly enough, despite it's [[NightmareFuel/{{Futurama}} occasionally horrifying moments]], there's an [[https://www.reddit.com/r/Futurama_Sleepers/ entire subreddit]] dedicated to falling asleep to the show.
28th Jun '17 1:03:39 PM NedZeppelin
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** In ''A Fishful of Dollars'', Pamela Anderson's Head mentions ''Baywatch: The Movie'', which [[Film/{{Baywatch}} would eventually be released]] in 2017. Bonus points for Walt saying that movie "hasn't been made ''yet''", almost as if the writer of that episode somehow knew it would be made at some point or another.
3rd May '17 8:05:56 AM mgdomville
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** Fry's last line before he got cryogenically frozen was "Here's to another lousy millennium". Eerily prophetic considering that 2000 to 2010 had a lot of terrible things happen both in America and globally (a major terrorist attack on American soil, economic failure, and natural disasters). Doubles as HarsherInHindsight.
11th Mar '17 9:29:39 AM vaportrail89
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** At the end of ''Three Hundred Big Ones'', Dwight invests Hermes's last penny from his tax refund in five shares of Amazon. As of the time of this edit, fourteen years after that episode's airing, one share of Amazon is valued at $852.60, more than twice the entire refund.
26th Feb '17 4:08:43 PM UltimateLazer
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** Fry's dog Seymour, who managed to deliver one of the [[TearJerker saddest endings of all time]] in his debut episode. To date, he's only appeared in five episodes, including ''Bender's Big Score''.
21st Feb '17 3:03:40 PM PrincessGwen
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** Fry brushes of all attempt's to make him cry "My Three Suns" in spite of the fact that he need's to to save his life because he's "too macho" until they tell him Leela's hurt. When that doesn't work [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown they beat him)]].

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** Fry brushes of all attempt's attempts to make him cry "My Three Suns" in spite of the fact that he need's needs to to save his life because he's "too macho" until they tell him Leela's hurt. When that doesn't work [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown they beat him)]].
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