Futurama - Season 7 Episodes

Futurama - Season 7

Futurama's seventh and final season consisted of 26 episodes split equally across two broadcast seasons: 7-A and 7-B. It premiered on Comedy Central on June 20, 2012. A box set containing the 13 episodes of Season 7-A was released as Futurama: Volume 7 and another box set containing the 13 episodes of Season 7-B was released as Futurama: Volume 8.

In April 2013, Comedy Central announced that they would not be renewing Futurama for another season, making 7-B the final season of the series. The final episode aired on September 4, 2013.

Episode 1

“The Bots and the Bees”

Bender has an affair with a vending machine, which results in a newborn son for the hard-drinking robot.

Episode 2

“A Farewell to Arms”

An ancient Martian prophecy predicts the world will end in 3012.

Episode 3

“Decision 3012”

Richard Nixon runs for Earth presidency yet again in the 3012 presidential elections. Leela becomes a campaign manager for one of his competitors, Senator Chris Travers. Travers' legitimacy is called into question when he is incapable of providing an 'Earth Certificate' to prove that he is of Earthly origins.

Episode 4

“The Thief of Baghead”

Bender wants to take a photo of an actor whose face has never been seen, so he joins the paparazzi. Meanwhile Calculon commits suicide in order to best his arch rival in an acting contest.

Episode 5

“Zapp Dingbat”

Zapp Brannigan loses interest in Leela and instead turns his attentions towards her mother, Turanga Munda.

Episode 6

“The Butterjunk Effect”

Amy and Leela take part in the future sport of Butterfly Derby. They soon become addicted to Nectar, a nutritional supplement that boosts their performance.

Episode 7

“The Six Million Dollar Mon”

Hermes replaces parts of his body with robotic counterparts so as to increase his productivity.

Episode 8

“Fun on a Bun”

Fry's drunken antics at an Oktoberfest land him in a civilization of Neanderthals, while everyone else believes that Fry died in a sausage-making accident.

Episode 9

“Free Will Hunting”

Bender lacks free will, as he is a robot, so he sets out to discover the meaning of life.

Episode 10

“Near-Death Wish”

Professor Farnsworth's parents are found to still be alive on the Near-Death Star.

Episode 11

“Viva Mars Vegas”

The crew stages a casino heist to recover the Wong family's fortune stolen from the Robot Mafia, Zoidberg gains and loses a fortune of his own.

Episode 12

“31st Century Fox”

Patrick Stewart is the leader of a robot fox hunt, inspiring Bender to fight for robot fox rights.

Episode 13


A triptych episode parodying nature documentaries. The crew are reincarnated as animals, trying to carve out an existence in the wild.

Episode 14

“2-D Blacktop”

Professor Farnsworth modifies the Planet Express ship and joins the local street racing scene, while Leela purchases a new, much safer replacement. After an insult from the now-rebellious professor, Leela challenges him to a drag race. To gain the upper hand, the professor uses a technique that allows the ship to shift between dimensions, inadvertently trapping the pair in a strange two-dimensional universe, along with Fry and Bender.

Episode 15

“Fry and Leela's Big Fling”

Unable to secure time alone with each other, Fry and Leela head for a romantic vacation on an exotic planet, but the vacation goes awry when Leela's ex-boyfriend Sean intrudes the resort. Meanwhile Bender, Amy and Doctor Zoidberg make a delivery to Simian 7, the planet of the apes, and are given a tour of the world by Professor Farnsworth's former project; a monkey named Günter. At a trip to the planet's zoo, they discover to their horror that Fry and Leela's secluded, romantic bungalow is actually the zoo's human exhibit, and the group attempt to rescue the love-struck couple before they can humiliate themselves.

Episode 16

“T.: The Terrestrial”

A bungled invasion of Earth by Lrrr, and his son Jrrr, of Omicron Persei 8 ends with an embargo imposed on their planet in retaliation, forbidding trade and communications with other planets. Due to the embargo, the Planet Express crew is sent to Omicron Persei 8 to harvest ingredients for the Professor's medication. However, Fry is marooned on the planet after being abandoned by Bender. Jrrr discovers and befriends Fry, concealing him in his room. A guilty Bender deceives Planet Express into thinking Fry is still around, and his scheme becomes increasingly elaborate. He soon catches Fry's distress signal and travels to the planet. Lrrr discovers Fry, who has become extremely ill, and commands Jrrr to kill his friend. Jrrr escapes with Fry and takes him to a vet, where Bender intervenes and rescues Fry.

Episode 17

“Forty Percent Leadbelly”

Bender meets his hero, a famous folksinger who has been in jail 30 times, and wants to duplicate his success. This means duplicating his guitar too, which he tries to steal from a maximum-security prison, but fails, so instead resorts to 3D-printing technology to duplicate the guitar — again resulting in horrible consequences.

Episode 18

“The Inhuman Torch”

Bender becomes a heroic firefighter.

Episode 19

“Saturday Morning Fun Pit”

An episode featuring 3 different segments, each showcasing a different style of animation. "Bender Boo and the Mystery Crew" is a parody of Scooby-Doo, featuring Bender as a crime-solving dog with the rest of the cast as a group of teenage kids.[8] "Purpleberry Pond" is a parody of Strawberry Shortcake. "G.I. Zap" is a parody of G.I. Joe.

Episode 20

“Calculon 2.0”

Calculon is reborn by downloading a back up copy of himself into a new working body.

Episode 21

“Assie Come Home”

Bender searches the entire universe for his shiny metal rear end.

Episode 22

“Leela and the Genestalk”

The reason why Turanga Munda appears more mutated than in her original appearance is explained.

Episode 23

“Game of Tones”

The Planet Express crew journeys into Fry’s dreams to pull off a mission in the year 1999.

Episode 24

“Murder on the Planet Express”

The crew get trapped aboard the Planet Express ship with a horrific alien creature.

Episode 25

“Stench and Stenchibility”

A flower stand owner falls in love with Doctor Zoidberg, unable to smell his unpleasant odor due to being born without a sense of smell. Their budding romance is challenged when Zoidberg has the opportunity to give her a nose transplant and restore her sense of smell.

Episode 26


Professor Farnsworth invents a button that can take a person 10 seconds back in time, inadvertently causing major consequences. This episode will be written as the series finale and will feature the long-awaited wedding of Fry and Leela.