Futurama (1999–2013)
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Professor Farnsworth invents a button that can take a person 10 seconds back in time, inadvertently causing major consequences.



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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / Elzar (voice)
Craterface / Albert / Petunia / Speaker Voice (voice)
Ride Operator / Ultra Guy (voice)
Amy Wong (voice)
Hermes Conrad (voice)
Moon Patrol / Janos (voice)


Professor Farnsworth invents a button that can take a person 10 seconds back in time, inadvertently causing major consequences.

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4 September 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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On the MegaHexaDecapus, Bender tells a kid that if he wants a corndog, he should ask his mom for one. The kid is Albert, one of the orphans from Cookieville Minimum-Security Orphanarium. He was purportedly adopted by Abner Doubledeal (along with all the other orphans) in "Yo Leela Leela", but as far as we know, he has no adoptive mother. Ironically, at one point, Bender himself was the sole guardian for Albert and the other orphans, but it's conceivable that Bender would neither remember nor care. See more »


Bender: Want a corn dog?
Kid on ride: Sure!
Bender: Then your mom should have bought you one. Hee hee hee.
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Opening Caption: AVENGE US See more »


References When Harry Met Sally... (1989) See more »

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The correct way to end a show: Repeatedly kill the lead character.
30 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I've always loved Futurama since I first saw it and so this was a sad moment for me to see it come to an end, for real this time. On the other hand, it did need to stop now. We don't want it to go the way of Groening's other show.

I pondered beforehand how they might end proceedings and, let's face it, they had their work cutout for them. What they did was just another episode with an emotional heart, something this show has always excelled at, but managed to at the same time give us a satisfying end to the story of our favourite delivery-boy. How the writers managed to do all that in only twenty minutes is astonishing but they did it with incredible success.

This works well as both a standalone episode and a series finale and that is an achievement few other TV conclusions can claim. Well Done Futurama.

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