Futurama Production Code: 1ACV01 Episode first aired 03/28/99 written by Matt Groening, David X. Cohen directed by Rich Moore, Gregg Vanzo User Rating: 86%
Guide: After an accidental cryogenic freezing, Fry awakens at the dawn of the year 3000. With the help of his two new friends, a degenerate robot named Bender and a beautiful one-eyed alien named Leela, Fry defies his life assignment as a delivery boy. He tracks down his great-great-great-etc. nephew, Professor Farnsworth, who hires the three to work for his intergalactic delivery service. It's a brave new world and Fry is in for the ride of his life.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV02 Episode first aired 04/04/99 written by Ken Keeler directed by Peter Avanzino User Rating: 80%
Guide: After delivering a package to an amusement park on the moon, Fry shows Leela how to appreciate the celestial body. Meanwhile Bender finds a little robot romance with a farmer's daughters, which puts the whole crew in jeopardy.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV03 Episode first aired 04/06/99 written by Eric Horsted directed by Bret Haaland User Rating: 88%
Guide: Fry is such a slob that he is forced to move out of the Planet Express offices. But friendship makes for strange bedfellows when he moves in with Bender and discovers the nuts and bolts of living with a robot.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV05 Episode first aired 04/20/99 written by Evan Gore, Heather Lombard directed by Ashley Lenz, Chris Sauve, Peter Avanzino, Carlos Baeza User Rating: 80%
Guide: While delivering a package to a planet inhabited by robots, where humans are killed instantly, Bender becomes intoxicated with the robot lifestyle and must choose between becoming a celebrity of sorts or saving his friends' lives.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV06 Episode first aired 04/27/99 written by Patric M. Verrone directed by Ron Hugart, Gregg Vanzo User Rating: 82%
Guide: Fry discovers he's a billionaire because his savings have been accruing interest for 1,000 years. Caught up in the excitement of his riches, he squanders his fortune to buy an unopened can of anchovies -- extinct since the year 2200. What he doesn't realize is that Mom, the head of a mega-conglomorate, will do anything -- even use Pamela Anderson's head-in-a-jar -- to get her hands on those anchovies.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV07 Episode first aired 05/04/99 written by J. Stewart Burns directed by Jeffrey Lynch, Kevin O'Brien User Rating: 80%
Guide: The crew visits a planet inhabited by liquid aliens. Fry, after delivering a package under the scorching heat of the planet's three suns, finds a bottle of cool blue liquid to quench his thirst. But when that liquid turns out to be the civilization's ruler, Fry finds he has become the new leader. Initially drunk with power, he soon discovers his life is in danger and must turn to his friends to help him dry out.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV08 Episode first aired 05/11/99 written by Lewis Morton directed by Susan Dietter User Rating: 84%
Guide: While at a science symposium hosted by inventor extraordinaire Ron Popeil's head-in-a-jar, the Professor creates a new invention -- the Smelloscope. Initially criticized, the Smelloscope is redeemed when it reveals that a putrid celestial body is on a collision course with Earth. To make matters worse, the approaching object is a huge mass of garbage launched into space at the end of the 20th century, after New York ran out of landfill sites. The trashteroid's orbit has set it on a path of destruction and it just may take a rag-tag team of package delivery specialists to land on it and blow it up before it creates Armageddon on Earth.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV09 Episode first aired 05/18/99 written by Eric Kaplan directed by Rich Moore User Rating: 90%
Guide: After a Beastie Boys Heads concert at Madison Cube Garden, Bender goes on a bender and gets hooked on power surges. His life begins a downward spiral until he finds salvation at the Temple of Robotology. Having found religion, his polite behavior becomes so irritating to his friends that they begin to tempt him with his old vices. When he finally succumbs and returns to his old ways, he is banished to Robot Hell where, in a musical extravaganza, he faces the Robot Devil and endures tortures unimaginable to man.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV10 Episode first aired 09/26/99 written by Eric Horsted directed by Peter Avanzino User Rating: 89%
Guide: Professor Farnsworth books the crew of Planet Express on the maiden voyage of the largest, most luxurious space cruise ship ever ... the Titanic. This expedition turns into a "Love Boat" as Bender falls for a wealthy Countess robot and Fry swims with the sharks. When Zapp Brannigan takes a shortcut in space, however, it becomes a night to remember as the Titanic approaches a black hole.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV11 Episode first aired 10/03/99 written by J. Stewart Burns directed by Bret Haaland User Rating: 76%
Guide: When Fry returns to college to prove he can be just as good of a dropout as he was in the Twentieth Century, Professor Farnsworth surprises him with a dorm roommate, a super-intelligent monkey. Meanwhile Bender, a legend of the robot fraternity Epsilon Rho Rho -- "ERR"-- leads a revenge of the robot nerds.
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV12 Episode first aired 11/07/99 written by Ken Keeler directed by Brian Sheesley User Rating: 88%
Guide: The Omicronians threaten to destroy the earth if they can't see the last episode of a lost 20th Century television series "Single Female Lawyer" starring an unmarried human female, who wears very short miniskirts, struggling to succeed in human man's world. Because the last episode was destroyed by someone spilling beer on the transmitter (think Fry), the crew from Planet Express must deliver their version of "Single Female Lawyer."
Futurama Production Code: 1ACV13 Episode first aired 11/14/99 written by Lewis Morton directed by Ron Hugart User Rating: 91%
Guide: Fry opens a "Slurm" beverage container bearing the golden bottle cap and wins a tour of the "Slurm" Factory (a la "Willy Wonka") to see how the world's most deliciously addictive soft drink is made. Wandering off from the tour, Fry is horrified when he accidentally discovers the top-secret ingredient that makes "Slurm" so impossible to resist.
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