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To mark the series finale of FUTURAMA, Comedy Central and Neridst live-streamed a pre- and post-show chat with series creator Matt Groening and Executive Producer David X. Cohen along with ... See full summary »
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It's like an average episode of Futurama, only much uglier and not nearly so well-written, with one or two bits that just don't make any sense.
Plus it has bits of game-play footage in it.
If you've already watched every other bit of Futurama ever made and you're still aching for more, or you're just intensely curious to see what happens when you edit the cut-scenes from a game into a half-hour film, then you might as well watch this. Otherwise you can probably find a better way to spend half an hour.
Maybe go for a walk or something.
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