Futurama 10 Seasons 2011

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Season 8
(34) IMDb 7.3/10
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The crew members encounter a bizarre alien with the power to change their sexual characteristics.

Starring:
Billy West, Katey Sagal
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
June 23, 2011

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Season 8

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Genres Science Fiction, Comedy
Director Edmund Fong
Starring Billy West, Katey Sagal
Supporting actors John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, David Herman, Dawnn Lewis
Season year 2011
Network FOX
Executive Producer David X. Cohen
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RELENTLESS on September 9, 2011
I suspect that when this episode comes to DVD & BD it will be packaged as VOLUME 6 (who knows?). Anywho, I just saw REINCARNATION last night and wish to get my two cents in (maybe that's all it is worth)...but I just wish to state that of all the episodes from the current season (Sept. 2011), this one tops them all. They definitely saved the best for last.
"GOOD NEWS, EVERYONE"... REINCARNATION is a trilogy of sorts with each segment celebrating three distinct animated styles (Fleischer, 70's video & Japanamation). Each unique story is brilliantly scripted and as quick witted as any they have done to date. I hope the writers and animators will keep this episode in mind as a model of how good the series can be when they sit down to create the next season.
I will not give anything away (story-wise) except to say there is a diamond encrusted comet in each and Stephen Hawking has a guest spot in one segment (see, I told ya...two cents worth)...
Just see this episode for yourself and see if we don't agree. ENJOY
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ellie on July 5, 2011
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Be forewarned that I tend to have to ask my son-in-law, who has a doctorate in engineering, to explain some of the humor of Futurama, but it n-e-v-e-r prevents my enjoyment of the show.

I love it when the writer(s) of Futurama deal with gender! I imagine they must have experienced marriage for such a keen look into Hermes and Labarbara's relationship in this episode. And they're equal opportunity offenders, so don't worry there won't be shots taken at the opposite gender. ;-)
This episode is no exception to the show's typical delivery of their hat trick of wit, thought provocation, and plain laugh out loud funniness.

My husband and I both burst out laughing at Hermes' remark, "Did you know there are more than two feelings?"

People compare Futurama to The Simpsons (and I do like The Simpsons), but for my money, Futurama wins hands down.
Treat yourself to some smiles and don't be surprised to find yourself tilting your head saying, "hmmmm....".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carl P. Patane on January 24, 2012
the new stuff is just as good as the old stuff, and in some cases even better. Overclockwise? Law and Oracle? Silence of the Clamps? brilliant stuff, and that's just the beginning. amazing season.

i love this show, been watching since 1999.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Biscuit Barrel on September 27, 2011
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This episode made me love again...well no...let's not dish further in that direction. What I do think I know is that someone took out the genre wheel and made some damn fine entertainment. Yes, I could describe the details of this episode, these dances to a measure; diamonds of love; diamonds of hope and diamonds less than forever but that would be less than a goat for you dear reader. Let's just say between me and you, anonymous lookers of other people's tapitty taps, there be some spectacular creativity towards the end of the season. Just a fun episode. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did but if you don't mmm boyyo. Thank you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Krauska on September 6, 2011
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We begin with yet another iteration of Panucci's famous "FRY, PIZZA GOIN OUT. COME ON!?!!" followed by a classic example of Fry's stupidity and boyish naiveté. (see I.C. Weiner). Finally realizing he has been in a dead end job for over 1000 years he opts to do something about it. The episode explodes with criminals both past and future (referencing the Tom Cruise flick, Minority Report), high speed (we're talking 15 over the speed of light) chases and Schrodinger known for his nobel prize, cats and drug smuggling. Unique characters are introduced (the gender role-reversing Chief of Police O'Manahan) and old favorites are expanded (Officer Earl). Bender attempts another crazy heist and the Hedonism Bot makes his classic, less than ambiguous advances on pretty much everyone. A formidable mix of sex, poop and non-Newtonian physics jokes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 13, 2011
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Okay episode. Not great. Kind of forgettable. I'd say worth watching once, but would I watch it again? Maybe if I was doing laundry or something...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TEXAS ROCKS! on August 5, 2011
This show was full of good, clean, cleaver jokes. I have re-watched this one many times. This is Futurama at its best.
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By energy101 on September 4, 2013
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Goofy, naughty, off-center, odd...but damn funny. Always laughing, and if you can't laugh then, well, go the heck to bed.
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