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Episode Reviews

Short Summary

Proposition Infinity
First aired 07/08/10
Rank: 110/124
Reviews: 181
Rating: 68%

Bender leads a campaign to legalize robosexual marriage between humans and robots.

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#11 by totalnerduk
Very good episode compared to last week's. Background jokes are starting to creep back in, 8/10, despite the awful moral-pushing that they seemed determined to do.

totalnerduk gave 4 points

#12 by Jacko
Best one this season, by far. Actually seemed like...well, like Futurama. "Ghost-Horse" was a great joke; there was also a SERIOUS nerds-only reference in the scene where Preacher-Bot is talking to the robots he is about to, *ahem*, RECTIFY. Very Futurama-like. I think they went a little past "controversial" and into "preachy" what with the political message and all, but what the hell. Liked it.

Jacko gave 3 points

#13 by The Professy
It feels like the show is near back in its old groove, but it isn't there yet. This episode was a bit strange, but that's what Futura,a is. But none the less, Futurama is still funny even when being put through such a journey as this. Some people don't seem to get yet that after many years of the show floating around channels and the dvd movies, that it's hard to keep the exact feel the show used to have. I for one, am thankful the show is back and happy with any episode that comes out next.

The Professy gave 5 points

#14 by [-mArc-]
Well, that thoroughly entertained the me in me.

It felt very much like Futurama, the jokes were spot on for me, and the robosexual / gay comment was well done without being preachy.

I'll give it a 5

[-mArc-] gave 5 points

#15 by Tim
Didn't seem too preachy for me and had a lot of funny moments. As for Kif and Amy, they did get back together but wouldn't never changing anything also get dull? I mean fry and amy were together at one point and it didn't ruin anything. Liked seeing Roberto, ever kill a man with a sock?

Tim gave 5 points

#16 by Chaddles
Thats it, Futurama is dead. This was the worst episode to date. Episodes 1 and 2 were terrible, but Episode 3 seemed that it would be futurama's redemption. But sadly Proposition Infinity was a new low. I'm sorry to say this cause i love Futurama, but this new season is awful

Chaddles gave 2 points

#17 by Anonymobot
A solid episode, but not fantastic. The existence of some sense of continuity in the show here is good to see--they actually bothered to create a pretext to break up Kif and Amy, and one to get them back together. Although, the whole show is kind of non-continuous with the premise of "I Dated A Robot." I think that's a good example of why was good but not great: it would have added a nice additional meta-level about cultural change to the story, as well as being an awesome call-back joke, to have had FRY say something like, "Oh No! Didn't you see the film in hygiene class?" and have someone else make a remark about it being a dated viewpoint (like most of those awful shorts that whole thing was based on are regarded today).

Likewise, are you really going to tell me that Bender wouldn't marry Amy anyway, just to immediately divorce her and get a big settlement from her rich parents? The joke could have been both that and the monogamy thing, and been perfectly in keeping with Bender's character.

So, yeah, good, but in need of additional punching up to be great.

Anonymobot gave 4 points

#18 by BoVice
Dat was tight.

BoVice gave 5 points

#19 by Zilex
While the pacing was a bit too slow to hit the Futurama formula bulls-eye, this was a solid episode with humor that resembled the futurama of old more then any other episode this season. It seems they are almost there, but just not quite. If it takes a season, then so be it.

Zilex gave 4 points

#20 by Max
An exelent episode!! i liked a lot! it has a lot of continuity jokes and characters! I like the "nerd" jokes like "infinity" and the diode bridge rectifier, this things are what i wanna see on futurama! For me this is the real return of Futurama!

Max gave 5 points

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