Futurama (1999–2013)
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Where No Fan Has Gone Before 

Fry is placed on trial for his life because she traveled to the forbidden planet of Omega 3 to rescue all 79 episodes of "Star Trek".



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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender (voice)
Lt. Kif Kroker / Trek Preacher / Executioner / Melllvar (voice)
Computer / Melllvar's Mother (voice)
William Shatner (voice)
Walter Koenig (voice)
Jonathan Frakes (voice)
Video Rental Store Clerk / Welshie (voice)


Fry learns that Star Trek (1966) was banned on Earth centuries earlier and goes on a quest with Leonard Nimoy's Head to find the last remaining episodes. He encounters the re-embodied cast of the original TV show who are prisoners on the planet of a very devoted fan. Written by Jeff Lindstrom

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Release Date:

21 April 2002 (USA)  »

Box Office


$1,300,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The ship that fires the Star Trek tapes into space is one of the Eagle Transporters from the Gerry Anderson (Thunderbirds creator) show Space:1999. See more »


After Fry correctly answers a trivia question for "25 Quatloos", his score increases by 100. See more »


[Leonard Nimoy is introducing the cast of Star Trek]
Leonard Nimoy: Nichelle, George, Walter, DeForest, Welshie...
Fry: Welshie?
Nichelle Nichols: We did some musical reunion specials in the 22-hundreds, but the guy who played Scotty had trouble yodeling.
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References Star Trek: Who Mourns for Adonais? (1967) See more »


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In the grand tradition of Shatner's "Get a life!" skit . . .
18 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is my first full exposure to "Futurama" (and I guess I'd picked it based on the episode title; it looked good), but 'Where No Fan Has Gone Before' is a pretty damn good initiation. It's really just an excuse for getting the TOS cast back together ("Family Guy" did it with TNG), but the actors are good sports about it. It also functions very well as a riff on, well, pretty much everything; behind-the-scenes squabbles, Shatner's spoken word singing career, and even Trekkie culture (Melllvar is one of the funniest things I've seen on TV).

Sendups are a dime-a-dozen . . . but when they're pulled off just right, they're hilarious.


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