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Episode Reviews

Short Summary

The Duh-Vinci Code
First aired 07/15/10
Rank: 92/124
Reviews: 160
Rating: 76%

The crew races to future Rome to unearth the shocking secret of Leonardo da Vinci.

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#31 by Lord_Krull
Futurama is truly back, what with Proposition Infinity last week, and the Duh-Vinci Code this week.
Lots of fun quotes, especially from Hermes. An odd plot, and leaving the rest of the crew except for Fry and Farnsworth feels different, but they managed to pull it off.
I find it hilarious that Fry actually hammers nails with nails xD

Lord_Krull gave 5 points

#32 by Barry
Pretty good episode. Probably the best of the season, just by a hair, mainly carried by the plot itself rather than the knee-slappers (although I chuckled at Bender getting his arm ripped off). Still not on par with the best of the classic episodes, though. Also, did this ep seem really short?

Barry gave 4 points

#33 by Blotto
Futurama is finally back. Splendid episode, carried by the plot, with beautiful animation, and the classic mix of nerdy and casually great jokes.

Blotto gave 5 points

#34 by Vasilii
Poor. What's wrong with writers, are they outsourced as well now-days?
I' sure fans here can come up with much better script.

Vasilii gave 1 point

#35 by Terranigma

Terranigma gave 4 points

#36 by Jesminder
Finally an episode that made me feel like I was watching futurama. I love how Doctor Zoidberg's doctorate is in art history.

Jesminder gave 5 points

#37 by wilyfish
A recurring nail-on-nail joke and a double finglonger within the first two minutes? Great! I absolutely loved this episode. Great script, genius storyboarding, fantastic music. Even the haters love the “Didn’t we use to be a delivery company?” line.

wilyfish gave 5 points

#38 by pluche93
truly the best of the new season. a great storyline and great joke. really love the part ''didn't we use to be a delivery company?'' XD
awesome 5/5

pluche93 gave 5 points

#39 by WadeTyhon
Great story and loved the ending. Most satisfying episode of the season.

WadeTyhon gave 5 points

#40 by Flexo
They've done it again! This is definately a highlight for the season, and series. DaVinci's secret was hilarious, and I liked the message. I hope episodes like this continue, but there's no telling until we see them, right? But if I know Futurama, they'll probably only get better.

Flexo gave 5 points

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