Something about Futurama the developers are always consistent, everything was planned, and they probably did more research and homework than anybody in school today.
@Bonersaurus, God damn futurama. Wed be sitting there having a good time and they'd gut punch us in the feels
@Bonersaurus, I've been rewatching it lately, and it's so crazy. Especially the whole nibbler thing, in the very first episode
@Bonersaurus, they had a team of writers with masters degrees in things like mathematics and science i believe.. smart people
@Bonersaurus, except with bender the way he worked varied by episode which was always great
@Bonersaurus, Many of the writers went to Ivy League Schools, including Kristen Gore, AL Gores daughter.
@Bonersaurus, when I started watching futurama I started roughly in the middle, and there were so many callbacks to previous events. I thought like most shows, they were just "this is in the characters backstory now because we said it"
But then I watched from the beginning and was like "holy crap there's a whole episode about this"
-Leela sleeping with Zap
-Fry on holo instrument
That's what makes some shows so rewarding to watch, they make callbacks.
@Petersquatch, so the nibbler thing was actually a retcon. When they ORIGINALLY aired the episode, they hadn’t written that storyline yet. When they began writing it, they added his shadow in the first episode on the DVD release as well as subsequent airings of the episode. Still an amazing show nonetheless.
That’s why it’s one of the best.
He do good Snu Snu..
This row: Ehhhhh
This show is full of mind f*cks it's not even funny
I miss this show so much :'(
I remember where I was when I watched the last episode “meanwhile” and honestly, I thought it was a perfect ending to what I consider my absolute fav show ever.
There are jokes in Futurama I didn't fully understand until I was halfway through my science degree. There are still mathematics jokes I don't fully understand. Favorite TV show of all time.
@Cruxio , I still love that they drive past a movie theater called the Aleph Null-plex.