History YMMV / Futurama

11th Jan '17 3:33:27 AM BumblebeeMagnus
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*** Similarly, Yivo's bizarre pronouns in "Beast With a Billion Backs" are similar to terms used by advocates from the multigender movement.
20th Dec '16 6:38:35 PM alexandrajade
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-->Grunka lunka dunkity-gredient\\

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-->Grunka lunka dunkity-gredient\\dunkity-dingredient\\


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**Lampshaded:
--->Grunka Lunkas: "Grunka lunka, dunkity-darmed guards..."
--->Bender '''''"Shut the hell up!"'''''
13th Dec '16 3:22:46 AM xVanitas
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** Yet another one for Bender, when he goes to the Robot Devil for some help. All Bender needs to do is to bring his first born son. The scene is set up for a seemingly heart warming reunion between estranged father and son... and then Bender promptly punts his child into a ''vat of magma''. It is both cruel and hilarious. Even the Robot Devil [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] how messed up it was.
-->'''Robot Devil:''' Wow, that was pretty brutal even by ''my'' standards.
28th Nov '16 1:20:08 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Is Linda really blissfully unaware of what Morbo says when he goes on to threaten the human race? She's been working with the guy for years, and since his people still haven't done anything to Earth she could well view his tirades as big talk. Although a later episode revealed she's a hardcore alcoholic which may have something to do with her reactions.

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** Is Linda really blissfully unaware of what Morbo says when he goes on to threaten the human race? She's been working with the guy for years, and since his people still haven't done anything to Earth she could well view his tirades as big talk. Although a later episode revealed she's a hardcore alcoholic [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] which may have something to do with her reactions.
19th Nov '16 4:30:17 PM Colin266
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** One of the animals on the list in ''Love's Labors Lost in Space'' is a Film/Sharktopus.

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** One of the animals on the list in ''Love's Labors Lost in Space'' is a Film/Sharktopus.Film/{{Sharktopus}}.
19th Nov '16 4:28:13 PM Colin266
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** One of the animals on the list in ''Love's Labors Lost in Space'' is a Film/Sharktopus.
4th Nov '16 4:16:27 PM Tropgun1
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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).
6th Oct '16 10:17:51 PM IshiMatsu615
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* ValuesDissonance: As funny (and somewhat heartwarming) as it is, the episode "Bend Her" (first aired in 2003) can come off as offensive to transgender people and women these days, as it shows Bender dominating in the Olympics over the fembots and getting a sex change to trick the judges (and Calculon). There's also Farnsworth's misogynist remarks about women being swayed by their emotions (though Leela does slap him for saying that) and Bender (as "Coilette") acting slutty as a means to be attractive to Calculon.

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* ValuesDissonance: As funny (and somewhat heartwarming) as it is, the episode "Bend Her" (first aired in 2003) can come off as offensive to transgender people and women these days, as it shows Bender dominating in the Olympics over the fembots and getting a sex change to trick the judges (and Calculon). There's also Farnsworth's misogynist sexist remarks about women being swayed by their emotions (though Leela does slap him for saying that) and Bender (as "Coilette") acting slutty as a means to be attractive to Calculon.
5th Oct '16 3:06:02 AM IvanovTroping97
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* SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames: ''Game of Drones'', a game based on the show, has excellent animation and [[EarWorm catchy music]]. It's also at a good difficulty level - it's not so hard that it's frustrating, but it's not so easy that it's boring.

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* SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames: ''Game of Drones'', a puzzle game based on the show, has excellent animation and [[EarWorm catchy music]]. It's also at a good difficulty level - it's not so hard that it's frustrating, but it's not so easy that it's boring.


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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Opinions on ''Futurama: The Game'' vary. While it's not a terrible game, is an uninspired ThirdPersonShooter, merely SoOkayItsAverage by most fans' standards. While the graphics do look rather nice and the character designs translate well into 3D, its main saving grace is its hilarious story, which was penned by the actual writers and performed by the voice actors of the show. Not only does it manage to lampshade a few aspects of the show, but it makes fun of a few video game clichés as well. Luckily, all of the cutscenes (and some filmed gameplay) were strung together and released as an unofficial episode, which is available as a special feature on the second [[TheMovie film]] release, ''The Beast With a Billion Backs''.
26th Sep '16 11:59:07 PM IvanovTroping97
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* AssPull: The reveal that [[spoiler: Igner is Professor Farnsworth's son]]. First, the episode ''Mother's Day'' revealed that Farnsworth's affair with Mom took place long before he could have been born. Second, unless Mom managed to cover it up, [[spoiler: Igner]] didn't show up as one of Fry's living relatives in the pilot. It doesn't help that after the reveal, it pretty much never came up up again in the series.

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* AssPull: The reveal that [[spoiler: Igner is Professor Farnsworth's son]]. First, the episode ''Mother's Day'' revealed that Farnsworth's affair with Mom took place long before he could have been born. Second, unless Mom managed to cover it up, [[spoiler: Igner]] didn't show up as one of Fry's living relatives in the pilot. It doesn't help that after the reveal, it pretty much never came up up again in the series.
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