Though the series’ 100th episode a little while back served as a sort of season finale, the final episode in the most recent run of Futurama will actually air in the form of The Futurama Holiday Spectacular. Comedy Central announced today via press release that the three-part holiday episode will premire on the cable channel on Sunday, November 21st at 10/9c.
Featuring special guest voices like Al Gore and Coolio, the episode will follow the Planet Express crew as they race to preserve the traditional practices of the classic holidays of Xmas, Robanukah and Kwanzaa. Along the way, they encounter the murderous Kringlebot, Al Gore’s Head-In-A-Jar, mutated pine trees, droidls, fembot wrestling, albino humping worms, Kwanzaabot and giant space bees, all while learning the true meaning behind the holidays with an occasional song thrown in for good measure. Sounds like a great early Christmas present to me. Agreed?
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