A humorous mockumentary about nature.


(as Crystal Chesney-Thompson)


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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / Sal / Igner / Randy (voice)
Linda / Mom / Ndnd / Hattie / Petunia (voice)
Kif Kroker / Morbo / Brrr / Walt / Hedonismbot / The Hyperchicken / Transition Announcer (voice)
Hermes Conrad / Narrator (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)
Scruffy / Larry (voice)


A humorous mockumentary about nature.

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29 August 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


At one point, Zoidberg (as a lobster) says: "I'll try a bite". This sounds like "I'm trilobite". Trilobites are an ancient, extinct subgroup of arthropods. Crustaceans (including Zoidberg) are a subgroup of arthropods as well. See more »


Narrator: And so the endless circle of life comes to an end, merciless and grim. Why did they live and why did they die? No reason.
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References The Western Code (1932) See more »

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It's alright but why about 'mating'?
8 June 2014 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is one of those episodes that uses the similar way like "Anthology of Interests 1 & 2", Reincarnation etc but this time our favorite gang becomes into animals. This doesn't necessarily sounds so bad really but frankly I was a little disappointed about it's presentation of the main theme being about something so simple and not about something theoretic which Futurama would have done in the other episodes. In all three segments it's all about wanting to mate for, two for love and one for survival of a certain species.

What made "Anthology of Interests 1 & 2" and Reincarnation (which is one of my favorites) so good and interesting is that they would show something with moral and when something impossible becomes possible and do you get in this episode? Well there are good morals but nothing incredible in my opinion.

The first segment is very cute and at times have some good traditional gags from Futurama delivering a nice presentation with Fry and Leela relationship.

The second segment is my least favorite of the whole episode, although despite having a few good jokes it didn't deliver something fresh at all it felt too slow for the characters of it especially The Pinta Island Tortoise character being played by Farnsworth himself.

The third segment was actually pretty interesting to show the character of Bender how it would have been like if he were the biggest of them all. Although I felt really sorry for Kif in the end it could have ended better.

Is it recommended? Though I don't hate this episode, I don't think it's one of Futurama's best episodes out there. There are good moments and good jokes but I just didn't like so much of it's main theme. It could have been about something else than 'mating'.

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