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Futurama 10 Seasons

Season 4
4.7 out of 5 stars (175) IMDb 8.6/10

Fry, a young Everyman, finds himself accidentally transported 1,000 years in the future. Just like right now, life in the future is a complex mix of the wonderful and horrible, where things are still laughable no matter how crazy they get.

Starring:
Billy West, Katey Sagal

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1. Roswell That Ends Well

In this Emmy-winning episode the Planet Express ship travels through time to Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 and Fry becomes his own progeny.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 9, 2001
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2. A Tale of Two Santas

As Christmas approaches...Bender faces execution when he fills in for the murderous Santa robot.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 23, 2001
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3. Anthology of Interest II

When the Professor fine tunes his What-If Machine, Bender discovers what it would be like if he were human, Fry discovers what it would be like if life were more like a video game, and Leela discovers what it would be like if she found her true home.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: January 6, 2002
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4. Love and Rocket

As Valentine's Day approaches...Bender's romance with the Planet Express Ship puts the crew in jeopardy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 10, 2002
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5. Leela's Homeworld

Leela finally learns the truth about her parents and her own identity.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: February 17, 2002
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6. Where the Buggalo Roam

Although Kif, Amy's boyfriend, retrieves her parents' buggalo herd and rescues Amy when she is kidnapped, they still refuse to accept him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 3, 2002
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7. A Pharaoh to Remember

Bender's longing to be remembered motivates him to become a tyrannical Pharaoh on Osiris 4.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 10, 2002
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8. Godfellas

Bender accidentally gets shot out into the heavens and becomes God to a race of tiny aliens only to fail in that position and meet the Real Thing.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 17, 2002
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9. Future Stock

A cryogenically frozen 1980s guy is thawed, becomes the CEO of the failing Planet Express company, and threatens to have it acquired and gutted by its largest competitor.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: March 31, 2002
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10. A Leela of Her Own

Leela believes she is a pioneer for women's athletics when she becomes the first female major league blernsball player.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 7, 2002
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11. The 30% Iron Chef

Bender learns to cook and competes against the pretentious, popular chef Elzar in an Iron Cook chef contest; Dr. Zoidberg is struck with remorse when he frames Fry for his own misdeed.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 14, 2002
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12. Where No Fan Has Gone Before

The Planet Express crew finds itself pitted against the cast of the original Star Trek when an energy creature seeks to determine who is more worthy of his fanatical devotion.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 21, 2002
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Very little on television could match Futurama. At it's height (seasons 4-8) the Simpsons squeaked a narrow lead in the laughs-per-minute category, but it was also allowed a better chance to grow and mature than Futurama did.
Futurama, quite obviously, takes place in the future. And while it has sci-fi themes and many references to "classic" sci-fi, it's more a show about the pop culture of our time. Pop culture references are mostly endless, and always very, very sharp. One needn't appreciate science fiction in order to adore this show.
This season gives us the following:
- Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch - Not one of the best episodes, but still quite humorous. As the name implies, Kif finds himself pregnant. 6/10
- Leela's Homeworld - Slightly better than the previous episode, this explores Leela's past, and how she came to the orphanage. 7/10
- Love and Rocket - A Bender episode, and a high quality one. Bender woos the new AI in the Planet Expresship. We all know how serious Bender is about commitment, and you can see disaster coming lightyears away. 8/10
- Less Than Hero - Fry and Leela manage to aquire superpowers and fight evil with Bender, who forces himself in the group. Largely a parody of 60s superhero shows, this is another quality episode. 7.5/10
- A Taste of Freedom - An episode with deeper meaning, and an episode centered on Zoidberg, leading to an episode low on laughs. 4/10.
-Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV - Bender finally makes it onto All My Circuits. Biting commentary on the impact of television on children. 8/10
- Jurassic Bark - Fry delves into his past and manages to find his dog. His petrified dog. Hilarity certainly ensues, 9/10.
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By Tina on September 28, 2005
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I have never laughed so hard as I have at the Planet Express crew. Matt Groening pokes fun at everything imagineable and it all adds up to absolute hilarity!

You've got a displaced human, a one-eyed alien love interest, a homicidal robot, a scientist boss with a love of sending his crew on hopeless missions... and, of course, I can't leave out Kif, the straight guy to Zapp Brannigan (an even more arrogant send-up of Captain Kirk). In other words, great characters with equally funny storylines. The writing is absolutely brilliant and never underestimates the audience's intelligence.

You just can't go wrong with this set. I have pared down my DVD collection, but couldn't bring myself to part with ANY volume of Futurama. In my opinion, it outshines The Simpsons by far. So do yourself a favor... order all four volumes and sit back and enjoy!
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Futurama is a really cool and funny show and any one that's a fan of almost any Fox cartoon show will like this. There are a few Easter eggs (secrets) in this DVD set. I don't know what they are yet but I'll have to buy it to find out.
Here is a list of the episodes in SEASON 4. If it has a * beside it has a commentary included, if it has a - beside it has no commentary.
*Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch (deleted scenes)
*Leela's Homeworld (deleted scenes)
*Love and Rocket (deleted scenes)
*Less Than Hero (deleted scenes)
*A Taste of Freedom (deleted scenes)
-Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
-Jurassic Bark
*Crimes of the Hot (deleted scenes)
*Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles (deleted scenes)
*The Why of Fry (deleted scenes)
*Where No Fan Has Gone Before (deleted scenes)
*The Sting (deleted scenes)
*Bend Her (deleted scenes)
*Obsoletely Fabulous (deleted scenes)
*The Farnsworth Parabox (deleted scenes)
*Three Hundred Big Boys (deleted scenes)
*Spanish Fry (deleted scenes)
*The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings (deleted scenes)
ALL TOGETHER--- 414 MINUTES LONG
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The end of Futurama. :( I don't see how people can badmouth this show. it was great. Unfortunatly it was NEVER given a chance. I can't say how many times I tried to turn this show on and the beginning of the show was cut oof due to football or other sports shows. I am a Simpson fan from season 1 and by the time Futurama came on I acually liked it better than the Simpsons. I still watch them but they are getting more and more off course and just coming up with stupid plots. Futurara However stayed freh. with the show based in space it was left lot more open to plots. Buy this DVD!!!!!
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Futurama is one of THE best cartoons ever. It's hilarious, very clean and cool looking, with tons of memorable characters. For some reason FOX likes to put alot of crap on the air that sucks and then take the good shows that are actually worth watching and move them all around the schedule so that no one can find them. I used to watch this show when it first debuted then after that i never knew when it was on. They did the same exact thing to Family Guy, but unlike Family Guy, Futurama didn't get picked up again. It's airing on adult swim on Cartoon Network right now. And now that i actually know what time the show is on i watch it everytime. I can't believe how funny it is!! Fox is stupid they need to pick this show back up!!! But until then, we'll always have the DVD's.
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