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5 Best Episodes of this Season?

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    doguineta

    [1]Sep 6, 2010
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    As this season ended (half-way), I though that we could share our opinions about the best of this season, in my opinion its:


    1. Prisoner of Benda: 100% hilarious


    2. Late Phillip J Fry: Very hilarious and neartwarming


    3. Clockwork Origin: Very interesting and fun


    4. Duh-Vinci Code: Great storty with great comedy.


    5. Lethal Inspection: Heartwarming


    What's your top 5???


    Edited on 09/28/2010 3:20pm
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    Sabrespongebob

    [2]Sep 6, 2010
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    1) The Late Philip J Fry

    2) The Mutants are Revolting

    3) Lethal Inspection

    4) The Prisoner of Benda

    5) Lrrconsiable Ndndifference
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    Samuel2484

    [3]Sep 6, 2010
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    1) The Prisoner of Benda: Funniest episode and most entertaining

    2) The Late Philip J. Fry: Very funny, cleaver, and heartwarming

    3)A Clockwork Origin: A very funny episode and a very entertaining story

    4) The Duh Vinci Code: Was to me the episode that was the real return of Futurama

    5) Lethal Inspection: Another funny one and I enjoyed Hermes' role.

    Edited on 09/06/2010 1:48pm
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    PsyduckRanger

    [4]Sep 7, 2010
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    1. A Prisoner of Benda
    2. Lethal Inspection
    3. The Late Philip J. Fry
    4. Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences
    5. A Clockwork Origin
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    renaldsRAP

    [5]Sep 7, 2010
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    1) The Late Phillip J. Fry - Honestly, it's my personal favorite of the entire series thus far


    2) A Clockwork Origin - Awesome episode with pitch perfect parodies of "One Million B.C."


    3) The Prisoner Of Benda - This episode would end up on the list for Washbucket alone!


    4) Lethal Inspection - "That's what you get for calling tech support!"


    5) Rebirth - Unexepected and brilliant way to bring back the show



    Can't wait for "Holiday Val-U-Pack" - It's another musical!

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    startug

    [6]Sep 7, 2010
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    1. The Prisoner of Benda - It was really original and great, and it was like Three Hundred Big Boys, it had a story for everyone.
    2. The Late Phillip J. Fry - It was great, funny, and heartwarming.
    3. Lethal Inspection - It was really great for Bender and Hermes to have a friendship all in the end
    4. Proposition Infinity - It was the first episode to have a non-stupid ending in this season, the first 3 didn't have a nice ending to the episode.
    5. The Mutants Are Revolting - It was actually a nice charming episode, although it did have a couple of continuity errors in it, it was really great to meet more of Leela's family.
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    DC-Dude

    [7]Sep 9, 2010
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    1. The Late Philip J. Fry


    2. The Prisoner Of Benda


    3. The Mutants Are Revolting!


    4. Lethal Inspection


    5. A Clockwork Origin (or) Rebirth

    Edited on 09/17/2010 12:29pm
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    BundyX75

    [8]Sep 10, 2010
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    I/II. Lethal Inspection/The Late Philip J. Fry: Both episodes were amazing. Lethal Inspection earns points for being sort of unorthodox, focusing on the unique pairing of Hermes and Bender. Despite a kind of poor beginning, the episodes ends up being one of the season best. While the ending was predictable, it still provided an emotional moment that the season has been lacking. The Late Philip J. Fry had a very entertaining plot and also provided another emotional moment. It kind of reminded me of the moment at the end of "Time Keeps on Slipping" but less sad. I also feel to say, that unfortunately, the emotional moment was predictable but whatever. Personally, the best episodes of the series, of any series, are ones that are full of humour but also have their emotional moments and such. I could never put any other episode this show over these two because none of the other episodes provided the emotion.


    III. Rebirth: A nice amount of emotion, great story, great pick up, and one of those shock/twist endings. I really didn't see that robot twist coming, and plot points like that this season, while enjoyable, have tended to be predictable. The main problem was Leela's stupid ass scream, otherwise it was a great episode.


    IV/V. Proposition Infinity/A Clockwork Origin: Both great episodes, nice stories, memorable quotes, just great. I loved it, not much to say, I'm getting a bit tired of typing this to be honest, I might go in detail later.

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    KurtPikachu2001

    [9]Sep 15, 2010
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    1. Lethal Inspection
    2. Proposition Infinity
    3. The Mutants Are Revolting
    4. A Clockwork Origin
    5. The Late Phillip J. Fry
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    Samuel2484

    [10]Sep 17, 2010
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    It seems that these reccuring top 5 episodes seem to be the only good ones to me, the rest is what made this Season kinda not the best, but hopefully they've learned from that and will improve for the next Season

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    Jamesbray

    [11]Sep 19, 2010
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    Oh god, I love all of them, so this was hard.

    1. The Prisoner of Benda
    2. The Late Phillip J. Fry
    3. Attack of the Killer App
    4. Proposition Infinity
    5. Lethal Inspection
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    sibowittz

    [12]Sep 20, 2010
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    1. Rebirth
    2. The Late Phillip J Fry
    3. Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences 4. Attack of the Killer App!
    5. In-a-Gadda-Da-Leela (I know everyone dislikes this one, but I liked it!)
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    elpaquilloloco

    [13]Nov 28, 2010
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    5.The Mutants Are Revolting: Good finale (at least if we talk about cannon episodes.


    4. Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences: Very fun stuff, specially Lrrr.


    3. Lethal Inspection: The last minute elevated a good episode to greatness.


    2. The Prisoner of Benda: By far the funniest episode of the season.


    1. The Late Philip J. Fry: It combines everything that makes Futurama great: Inteligent yet wacky sc-ifi, funny moments and very poignant moments. Whether it is the "In the Year" 252525", the message on the cave or the death and rebirth of the universe, this episode has inspired sequence after inspire sequence and the best music of the series, perhaps, kudos specially for first, the sad song that was playing while Fry was alone in the lifeless desert and Leela alone walking towards the cavern and second, the haunting theme playing at the end of the universe.

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