Futurama - Season 2 Episodes
Futurama - Season 2
Futurama's second season began airing on November 21, 1999 and concluded after 19 episodes on December 3, 2000.
The full nineteen episodes of the season have been released on a box set called Futurama: Volume Two, on DVD and VHS. It was first released in the United Kingdom on November 11, 2002, with releases in other regions in 2003. The season was re-released as Futurama: Volume 2, with entirely different packaging to match the newer season releases on July 17, 2012.
“A Flight to Remember”
The Planet Express crew take a space cruise vacation. Leela tells Captain Zapp Brannigan that Fry is his boyfriend and Amy tells the same thing to her parents. Bender falls in love with a rich female robot. Problems start when the spaceship approaches a black hole.
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.
“When Aliens Attack”
The Omicrons 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.
“Fry & the Slurm Factory”
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 softdrink is made.
“I Second That Emotion”
After Bender flushes Nibbler down the toliet, Fry, Leela, and Bender make a perilous journey through a mutant-infested sewer system.
“Brannigan Begin Again”
After being court-martialed, Zapp Brannigan joins the Planet Express team...only to inspire Fry and Bender to mutiny against Leela.
“A Head in the Polls”
When the price of titanium skyrockets, Bender hocks his titanium-rich body and lives the good life...until Richard Nixon's head uses Bender's discarded torso to stage a political comeback.
Fry and Leela find themselves targeted by a murderous robotic Santa Claus; Bender volunteers at a shelter for homeless robots.
“Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love”
When Dr. Zoidberg runs amok during his people's mating season, Fry sets out to teach him how to woo a mate.
“Put Your Head on My Shoulder”
Valentine's Day turns into a nightmare for Fry after his head is surgically attached to Amy's body.
“Lesser of Two Evils”
Fry fears the worst when Bender's exact duplicate joins the crew on a mission to deliver a valuable atomic tiara to the Miss Universe pageant.
Bender's popularity soars when he becomes a pro-wrestler, but when he is instructed to intentionally lose a fight, Leela steps in to help him defeat an opponent trained by her old Kung-Fu master.
“A Bicyclops Built for Two”
Leela finally encounters another member of her species, a handsome male. But when he turns out to be a jerk, she fears that leaving him will mean her species' extinction.
“How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back”
Hermes grows despondent when he misses an opportunity for a promotion; a female bureaucrat is turned on by Fry's sloppiness.
“A Clone of My Own”
The Professor chooses his clone, Cubert, as the successor to his research...only to realize that Cubert has dreams of his own.
“The Deep South”
Deep beneath the ocean, the crew discovers the lost city of Atlanta, where Fry falls hopelessly in love with a mermaid.
“Bender Gets Made”
After joining the Robot Mafia, Bender finds himself involved in a scheme to rob the Planet Express spaceship of its cargo and destroy the crew.
“The Problem with Popplers”
Powerful alien beings threaten to devour all of mankind after the Planet Express crew imports the aliens' tasty offspring as a food product.
On Mother's Day, Mom unleashes a hoard of rampaging robots to destroy Earth - and only the Professor can stop them.
“Anthology of Interest (1)”
The Professor's "What-If" machine simulates Bender, Leela and Fry's wishes.