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Jurassic Bark 

Fry discovers the intact fossilized remains of his pet dog from his old life. The Professor reveals he can clone the animal.


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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)
Seymour / Cow (voice)
Yancy Fry Jr. (voice)
Cubert Farnsworth / Rude Boy (voice)


Fry's old work place, Panucci's Pizza, has been unearthed and preserved as a museum exhibit. Fry finds the fossilized remains of his dog Seymour and demands to take them home. Professor Farnsworth thinks he can produce a clone of Seymour and inject all of his old memories. But Bender, who has been practicing a magic act with Fry as his lovely assistant, becomes annoyed at Fry for only focusing on his dead dog. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Release Date:

17 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The song played in the last scene is "I Will Wait For You," originally from the movie The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964). This version was performed by Connie Francis. See more »


Fry said that he's going to show Bender how he lived before he met him, yet this was already seen in 'Luck of the Fryish'. See more »


[the Professor is about to revive Fry's fossilized dog]
Professor Hubert Farnsworth: Let this abomination unto the Lord begin!
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Referenced in The Simpsons: Dogtown (2017) See more »


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The second time I ever cried in Futurama
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

I bought a box set with all Futurama and have been watching them in order as had not had opportunity to do so in the past.

The first time I cried in Futurama was Season 3 episode 10 with the lucky clover. That was just beautifully done and it really hit hard on the emotions.

And this is the second episode I have cried on in all of Futurama. It is worth noting that for Jurassic Bark, the story is inspired by Hachiko but it still is beautifully done and obviously a unique take on it. Some very great writing and a good balance of the usual Futurama comedy but then the rare glimpse of deeper emotions that Futurama sometimes portrays on their show.

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