Futurama - Season 5 

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 - Futurama - Season 5 Animated series about a pizza delivery man named Fry who is accidentally cryogenically frozen in 1999 and wakes up 1000 years later to a brave new world--that in some ways hasn't progressed much beyond the 20th century.
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GenreComedy, Animation
Aspect RatioTBC
LanguagesEnglish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
RatingPG
Available02-11-2011
Label20th Century Fox
SourcedAustralia
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Animated series about a pizza delivery man named Fry who is accidentally cryogenically frozen in 1999 and wakes up 1000 years later to a brave new world--that in some ways hasn't progressed much beyond the 20th century. When the Earth is jeopardized by global warming, the crew attends a conference in Kyoto hosted by Al Gore's head, and when the Earth's increased temperature is linked to emissions from robots, Richard Nixon's head attempts to rid the planet of them - including Bender.

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