A porno parody waiting to happen. Where’s sexy Zoidberg? View Image ›
Now someone needs to make a Bender iPhone. View Image ›
Can you name them all? Eeen my country, eye chart looks at you! Heenh! Heenh! Heenh! Boo. View Image ›
I now pronounce you mutant and grandma-banger! And now you are reading everything in the Professor’s voice. View Image ›
We all knew the writing staff of Futurama was brainy, but this is something else. To work out the ridiculous brain switching plot line from last night’s hilarious episode, writer Ken Keeler (who also just happens to have a PhD in mathematics) ended up writing and proving an entirely new theorem. View Image ›
A writer for Futurama created a brand new math theorem based on group theory to explain a plot twist in the show. That is like, going way beyond the call of duty, dude. View Image ›
Not the Shyamalan disaster View Image ›
Now this would have been a twist ending. View Image ›
Futurama pays off big for Comedy Central…
In honor of Futuramas return this week I say this should be the Reddit alien logo for the next few days. Who’s with me? View Image ›
So remember when every one was freaking out because the new Futurama episodes were gonna suck because they had to replace all the original voice talent. Well, stop worrying, because the Toronto Star is reporting that they’re back, all of them are back. Sleep easy internet, it’s gonna be okay.
“TVWeek reports that 20th Century Fox Television and Comedy Central have officially confirmed a deal for 26 new episodes of Futurama, due to the strong ratings of its reruns and feature-length made for tv movies.
New Futurama episodes are in our future. Comedy Central has ordered all brand new episodes of Futurama, and the show has officially gone back into production.
Get geared up for 3/6/09 with a super rad Watchmen/Futurama trailer mash-up: “Watcharama”. Watch Video ›