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Episode Reviews


Short Summary

Crimes of the Hot
First aired 11/10/02
Rank: 75/124
Reviews: 150
Rating: 80%

As Earth is unable to counter its rising temperature through the dropping of a giant ice cube into the ocean, Gore leads an emergency conference in Kyoto, Japan.
 


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#51 by Red Baron
I thought this was a really great episode! The comedic timing was perfect and I laughed a lot.

Also, I never realized Gore had such a comedic flare in his monotone, deadpan style.

"I have ridden the mighty moon worm!"

This episode also featured numerous hilarious lines such as "ONCE AND FOR ALL!", "There will be no escape...from the fun!", and "WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!"

Also, the educational movie reel was 100x funnier than the one in "I Dated A Robot"

While 'The Simpsons' languishes in horrible plots and lame comdedy its great to see that Futurama still has genius. If only FOX could see that.

Red Baron gave 5 points
28.11.2002

#52 by loca
not bad. how about al gore? i like that fact that he's acool guy.

loca gave 4 points
28.11.2002

#53 by Mjugger
i thought the hole episode was really, really good. But the ending really brought it down, the ending was kinda stupid, i think

Mjugger gave 4 points
28.11.2002

#54 by Xmpel
-I have a degree in Homeopathic medicine!

-You have a degree in belony!
[Hosed]

Xmpel gave 5 points
23.12.2002

#55 by SteveHume
Did anyone else find the Evil Wizard the funniest part of the show?

Saphires!!! with those I could open the gate of karalsh!!

LOL... funniest moment ever

SteveHume gave 5 points
30.12.2002

#56 by NewsMonster
That's kind of funny, the wizard part actually was my favorite part.
All in all, any episode with great lines from Zoidberg and Morbo should get a 5 regardless of Fry's minor involvement.

NewsMonster gave 5 points
07.01.2003

#57 by Nikem
I like hard-science!

Nikem gave 4 points
08.01.2003

#58 by benders #1 fan
benders clogs rule!!!

benders #1 fan gave 5 points
20.01.2003

#59 by Fatbot
That wizard was so funny.

Fatbot gave 5 points
24.01.2003

#60 by Clive
A good episode, with some good moments. I need to watch this too many times when it comes out on DVD to see if it stands up to repeat viewings.

Clive gave 4 points
03.03.2003


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