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.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV01 Episode first aired 11/21/99 written by Patric M. Verrone directed by Mark Ervin User Rating: 81%
Guide: Professor Farnsworth installs an empathy chip in Bender, forcing him to feel human emotion. After Bender flushes Nibbler -- Leela's beloved pet -- down the toilet, while showing no sign of remorse, the insensitive robot is programmed to receive Leela's emotional frequency. Overcome by sadness, Bender sets out on a mission to find Nibbler and save him from the dangerous depths of the sewers, where mysterious inhabitants lurk.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV02 Episode first aired 11/28/99 written by Lewis Morton directed by Jeffrey Lynch User Rating: 87%
Guide: Womanizing Starship Captain Zapp Brannigan is court-martialed after he accidentally blows up the DOOP (Democratic Order of Planets) Headquarters and is stripped of his rank. When Professor Farnsworth shows pity and hires the down-and-out Brannigan as the newest member of his crew, Zapp leads a mutiny to overthrow Leela.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV03 Episode first aired 12/12/99 written by J. Stewart Burns directed by Bret Haaland User Rating: 84%
Guide: It's nearing election day on Earth and citizens are given a choice between two clones: John Jackson and Jack Johnson. When a mine disaster traps 200 robots and the universe's supply of Titanium, the necessary ingredient to manufacture robots, the precious element increases astronomically in value. Bender sells his body to a pawn shop when the value of titanium soars. While Bender's head hangs out with Claudia Schiffer's at the "Hall of Heads", Richard Nixon's head joins the race for President of the World using Bender's body.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV04 Episode first aired 12/19/99 written by David X. Cohen directed by Peter Vavanzino User Rating: 90%
Guide: Fry learns just how much Christmas has changed in the year 3000. Santa Claus is now an eight-foot robot (guest voice John Goodman) who terrorizes people foolish enough to be out on the streets on Christmas Eve.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV05 Episode first aired 02/06/00 written by Eric Kaplan directed by Brian Sheesley User Rating: 86%
Guide: Dr. Zoidberg undergoes some dramatic changes when his species enters its mating season. But, when the crew travels to his home planet, the doctor discovers he needs to learn a great deal about love and women.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV07 Episode first aired 02/13/00 written by Ken Keeler directed by Chris Loudon User Rating: 81%
Guide: Fry finds his flirtation with Amy heating up, until Amy becomes too serious about the relationship. Fry attempts to break things off just before Valentine's Day, but he's interrupted when the car he, Amy and Dr Zoidberg are in crashes. As a result, Fry's head becomes separated from the rest of his body. But thanks to Dr. Zoidberg's quick thinking, Fry's life is saved when his head is grafted onto Amy's body, forcing them to spend Valentine's Day together whether they want to or not.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV06 Episode first aired 02/20/00 written by Eric Horsted directed by Chris Sauve User Rating: 81%
Guide: The Professor hires Flexo -- a new robot who, despite a goatee, is an exact duplicate of Bender -- as extra security when the crew is asked to take a valuable jeweled tiara to the Miss Universe Contest. When the tiara turns up missing, Fry suspects Flexo and starts a cat-and-mouse chase throughout the pageant with Bob Barker guest starring as himself.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV08 Episode first aired 02/27/00 written by Lewis Morton directed by Ron Hugart User Rating: 80%
Guide: When Bender goes to the movies, he ends up wrestling around to get a better view. While brawling, he gets discovered and signs on as the featured attraction in the brutal Ultimate Robot Fighting League -- with some knock-out results.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV09 Episode first aired 03/19/00 written by Eric Kaplan directed by Susan Dietter User Rating: 80%
Guide: When Leela discovers that she is not the last cyclops in the Universe, she makes plans to meet with Alkazar, a male cyclops who tells Leela how she became the last female of their race. When Leela accepts Alkazar's marriage proposal, Fry tries to convince her that Alkazar is all wrong for her and Fry and Bender set out to gather evidence before Leela walks down the aisle.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV11 Episode first aired 04/02/00 written by Bill Odenkirk directed by Mark Ervin User Rating: 87%
Guide: Hermes, the bureaucrat assigned to the Planet Express, is on the fast track to promotion until he starts to crack under pressure and is sent away in vacation. In his place, Morgan Proctor (Nora Dunn), an attractive woman and orderly bureaucrat arrives and immediately becomes romantically entangled with Fry. When Bender discovers their secret and threatens to tell their co-workers, Morgan panics and disables his memory disk.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV10 Episode first aired 04/09/00 written by Patric M. Verrone directed by Rich Moore User Rating: 87%
Guide: While at his 150th birthday surprise party, Professor Farnsworth is surprised by his age and that it's time for retirement. Questioning his accomplishments and seeking more in life, he revives his clone, Cubert, a 12-year-old boy. But the forlorn Farnsworth realizes that Cubert is just another failed experiment, and decides to accept his fate.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV12 Episode first aired 04/16/00 written by J. Stewart Burns directed by Bret Haaland User Rating: 85%
Guide: A day off from work, the crew aboard the Planet Express Spaceship goes fishing. When Bender fashions a gigantic hook catching a gigantic fish, he causes the ship to sink. Once submerged, the crew finds an ancient sunken city habitated by mermaids and mermen. Fry is the first to contact them - and one of them in a romantic way.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV13 Episode first aired 04/30/00 written by Eric Horsted directed by Peter Avanzino User Rating: 79%
Guide: When Bender cannot pay the bill after an extremely expensive meal, he offers to work it off in the kitchen. While he's working he is introduced to the secret robot mafia who cooks up a plan for Bender to participate in a Zuban Cigar heist. Bender is dished a deal that hits closer to home.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV15 Episode first aired 05/07/00 written by Patric M. Verrone directed by Chris Sauve, Gregg Vanzo User Rating: 91%
Guide: When the Planet Express crew lands on a previously undiscovered plant, they find that it is covered in a new and delicious animal life form which they call "popplers". These edible and highly addictive "popplers" soon become a new business venture for the crew as Earthlings just can't seem to get enough of these delicacies. The dreaded Omnicrons reveal just what these "popplers" actually are, and seek restitution for Earth's "poppler" consumption.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV14 Episode first aired 05/14/00 written by Lewis Morton directed by Brian Sheesley User Rating: 68%
Guide: It's Mother's Day in the year 3000 and the robots celebrate the occasion by lavishing presents on Mom, who happens to be the beloved founder of Mom's Friendly Robot Company. When Mom enlists the robots in a revolution to take over the world and make her Queen for Mother's Day, she instructs the robots to turn against their human masters. Realizing that Mom seeks world domination, Professor Farnsworth's seductive moves are made to save the humans.
Futurama Production Code: 2ACV16 Episode first aired 05/21/00 written by David X. Cohen, Ken Keeler, Eric Rogers directed by Chris Loudon, Rich Moore User Rating: 90%
Guide: When Professor Farnsworth invents a "what if" machine, each member of the gang poses a question to this new machine to receive video-simulated answer. What if Bender was 500 feet tall, Leela was more impulsive and Fry never woke up in Y3K? In three separate stories, Bender, Leela and Fry each find out what would happen if their lives were different, and Vice President Al Gore, physicist Stephen Hawking and actress Nichelle Nichols join forces to help Fry.
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