Futurama (1999–2013)
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Saturday Morning Fun Pit 

President Nixon is watching his favorite TV shows, which spoof three actual cartoon series using Futurama characters.


(as Crystal Chesney-Thompson)


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Episode cast overview:
Bender / Bendee Boo / Marquis of Mulberry / Orphan Crippler / Curly Joe / Randy Munchnik / G.I. Zapp Theme Singer (voice)
Rose Mary / Angry Mom / TV Mom / Kid #2 (voice)
Kif Kroker / Horrible Gelatinous Blob / Headless Clone of Agnew / Dragon Ghost / Basketball Announcer / TV Announcer (voice)
Hermes Conrad / Viscount Violet / Waterboard / Ethan 'Bubblegum' Tate / Dwight Conrad / Narrator / Purple Cloud / Kid #1 / Polkaberry (voice)
Scruffy / Sweet Clyde Dixon / Purple Heart Sergeant (voice)
Cubert Farnsworth / Kid #3 / Fat Girl (voice)
Himself (voice)


President Nixon is watching his favorite TV shows, which spoof three actual cartoon series using Futurama characters.

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17 July 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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This is the second time, along with the pilot episode, where the Professor shows off his drawer of various lengths of wire. See more »


As the Larry Bird clones exit the cloning machine the wrist bands that they have on their right wrists change from red to flesh coloured. They also have nothing on their left wrists but in the next shot they have red wrist bands on both wrists. See more »


Nixon's head: Find that apple! It's down there somewhere.
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extremely clever episode
21 June 2014 | by (South Florida) – See all my reviews

I knocked off the tenth point solely because the framework for the episode, featuring Nixon's head toted around by the headless Agnew, was not incredibly creative. However, quite obviously, the point of the episode lies in the three cartoon parodies, and brilliant parodies they are. I won't go into the uttermost detail of every joke and pun, but--for those who are old enough to remember (mind you, these cartoons date from the late 1960s through early 1980s)--the parodies brilliantly capture the quirks and chestnuts of "Scooby-Doo," "The Smurfs," and "G.I. Joe." Funniest of all was the first of these, where Bender is cast in the role of everyone's favorite Great Dane, and Fry (cast as shaggy) tends to crack drug-related jokes. From the setting in an impossible forest--in which, of course, someone's relative owns a facility to which the team has been invited--to the one-liners deriving from, "And I would've gotten away with it, too, if not for you meddling kids," and the chase in and out of a zillion-door corridor (accompanied, of course, by a cheesy late-1960s "rock" song), I found "Bendee-Boo" to be a nonstop laugh riot. Bravo, Matt Groening and David X. Cohen!

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