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The Late Philip J. Fry 

Fry agrees to travel one minute into the future in Farnsworth's new time machine right before a big date with Leela, but they wind up going far into the future with no way to go back in time.

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Philip J. Fry / Prof. Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. Zoidberg / Year 5 Million Male (voice)
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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender / Elzar / Man in the Year 10 Million (voice)
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Ladybot / Linda / Year 5 Million Female / Year Fifty Million Woman #1 / Year Fifty Million Woman #2 (voice)
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Waiter / Morbo / Hedonismbot / Dumblock (voice)
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Amy Wong (voice)
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Hermes Conrad (voice)
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Year 10,000 Man / Adolf Hitler (voice)
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Cubert Farnsworth / Year Fifty Million Woman #3 (voice)
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Fry agrees to travel one minute into the future in Farnsworth's new time machine right before a big date with Leela, but they wind up going far into the future with no way to go back in time.

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Trivia

The song playing while the 3 are traveling forward in time is based on 'In the Year 2525', recorded by Zager and Evans in 1969. See more »

Goofs

Since the time travelers saw everything relative to the geographical position of the Planet Express office, there's no way the Professor could have shot Hitler. See more »

Quotes

Elzar: Say, weren't you the loser who got stood up at my other restaurant?
Turanga Leela: Just shut up and bring me two dinners.
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Featured in Futurama: Fun on a Bun (2012) See more »

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This is the best episode of Futurama since "The Luck of the Fryrish."
12 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"The Late Philip J. Fry" is an absolute classic. It is hilarious, mind-boggling, romantic, epic, endlessly thought-provoking, and undeniably the correct choice for the 2011 Outstanding Animated Program Emmy.

This episode will take your mind and your imagination on a trip that only Futurama could, and right when it ends you'll want to immediately watch it again. It is that good, and I think it is arguably the best episode of Futurama ever. This episode is one of the many reasons why the world is a better place now that Futurama is back. I'm so glad it has been renewed through 2013. Keep the new episodes coming.


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