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Originally broadcast as episodes of the television program Futurama in 2002-2003.
Region 1; Dolby digital surround; full frame.
Special features include: audio commentary; deleted scenes; storyboards for "Kif get's knocked up a notch"; international clip from "Love and Rocket"; animatic for "obsoletely fabulous" 3-D models; how to draw characters; still gallery; character pencil test segments.
Animation, Rough Draft Studios, Inc. ; editor, Paul D. Calder ; music by Christopher Tyng.
Voices, Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche ; guest stars, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, David Herman, Frank Welker ; special appearances, Sigourney Weaver, Lucy Liu, Al Gore, Bob Odenkirk, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Jonathan Frakes, Roseanne Barr, Dan Castellaneta.
In this sci-fi spoof, Fry, a slacker pizza delivery man, mistakenly ends up in a cryogenics lab and is accidentally frozen on New Year's Eve 1999. When he is awakened on New Year's Eve 2999, he must learn to adapt to life in the 31st century. He meets his great ... great nephew Hubert J. Farnsworth and goes to work for him at the Planet Express Corporation, a futuristic delivery service that transports packages throughout the universe. Fry, his friend Bender, an alcoholic robot, Leela, a beautiful, one-eyed alien and the ship's captain, and the rest of the crew have numerous adventures as they travel through space delivering packages.
Animated comedy series about the 31st century.
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired; English or Spanish soundtracks; optional subtitles in English, Spanish, or French.
Emmy Award, 2001: Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation ; Emmy Award, 2002: Outstanding Animated Program; Emmy Award, 2011: Outstanding Animated Program.