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THE FUTURAMA AND AQUA SOMETHING YOU KNOW WHATEVER SEASON PREMIERE UPRISING BEGINS NEXT WEEK!

13 Jun

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Whoa!

Futurama AND Aqua Something You Know Whatever, both having their season premieres in ONE BEAUTIFUL WEEK?!?

Yes.

I’m so glad I have a DVR now because who knows what’ll go on next Wednesday and Sunday.

But I’m going to TRY to catch them.

Check out the full compilation of ALL CURRENTLY RELEASED OFFICIAL IMAGES from this next season of Futurama (7A) on Facebook.

Looks like it’ll be an amazing season, as always.

For me, being as Aqua Teen Hunger Force (briefly Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, now known as Aqua Something You Know Whatever) is my FAVORITE cartoon, nay, TELEVISION SHOW of ALL TIME, you can guess that I’m pretty psyched about next week.

Sci-fi and absurdism! Wednesday and Sunday!

So, Futurama next week on Comedy Central, 10/9c.

You can follow Comedy Central’s own countdown to its air HERE.

As for Aqua Something, next Sunday at midnightish on adult swim (on Cartoon Network).

And HOLY CRAP THEY HAVE A TUMBLR BLOG COUNDOWN THING FOR IT.

Yeah, I’ll be following that.

HOW WAS I NOT?!?

ARE YOU PSYCHED?!?

YOU SHOULD BE!!

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Futurama : New, Old, Brave, Bold

2 Sep

FuturamaI’m loving these new Futurama episodes.

With a rare miss here or there, they’re much better than the 4 extra-long 4-episode movies, and some of the new stuff is really gold.

I was a Futurama fan from when it first came out.

I saw the first episode on TV, when it aired on FOX (after The Simpsons one Sunday if I remember correctly), and ever since, I’ve been a huge fan, since it’s a universe where anything can (and always does) happen.

I’ve loved The Simpsons for years too, but Futurama has so much more width and breadth, it can say things The Simpsons can’t – especially with the new episodes revolving around evolution, ancient astronaut theory, and as always, cloning and robotics.

The season finale airs tomorrow night, and I’m looking forward to seeing Fry mutated much worse than Leela, and whatever else the awesome writers have in store for us.

So thrilled the series was brought back from the dead, by the FANS, as Matt Groening himself pointed out.

Here’s to Futurama, hopefully many more years!

See Futurama on Comedy Central on Thursday nights – here is the Comedy Central Futurama site.