Last night there was a blink-and-you-missed-it easter egg in the opening credits of The Simpsons. Perhaps it's a celebration by the Simpsons crew after Futurama's renewal?
Like all great things meant for nerds, Futurama, especially this season, has dealt with a lot of issues of equality and acceptance. On the 100th episode tonight, mutants finally gained theirs (Leela included) with an old fashioned sewer march.
Tonight's episode was proof that switching bodies with someone else is never as fun as Freaky Friday makes it look. The machine asks an important question: would you switch bodies with a 180-year-old man just to pig out on snacks?
On tonight's Futurama, The Professor was challenged with a pertinent evolutionary debate. Watch as he is right about something for the first time ever.
Futurama tonight was overtaken by the glory of cats. Here is the adorable alien history you've been waiting for, complete with ancient Egyptian pyramid theory. Is this the first move in Futurama's quest to conquer the internet?
Everyone who's anyone already knows that Bender Bending Rodriguez the Robot was "Hecho En Mexico". What we didn't know was that the foul-mouthed drunkard-bot can owe his continued livelihood to another member of the cast. Find out who inside.
There are points in the Dan Brown book that are interesting but ultimately full of shit. It takes the comedic chops of Futurama to give us a version worth watching. Here the crew discovers a secret in Da Vinci's beard.
Tonight's Futurama provided us with a hopeful look into the future of Gay/Robosexual/Horse-and-Ghost Marriage, although there are still haters. It's good to have Bender on the side of equality.
You thought it probably couldn't be done, but Futurama has conveniently packaged nearly every complaint about Apple and the iPhone into one beautiful episode, most of which happen in this clip.