Entertainment TV & Film 'Futurama' Pictures Share PINTEREST Email Print TV & Film TV Shows Comedies Dramas Documentaries Shows For Kids Movies By Nancy Basile Nancy Basile is an entertainment writer who specializes in cartoons, comic books, and other elements of pop culture. She has more than two decades of experience writing. our editorial process Nancy Basile Updated March 08, 2017 01 of 48 'Futurama' Pictures Bender. Comedy Central Pictures from 'Futurama,' including Leela, Fry, Bender and the Professor Futurama is the sci fi cartoon from the creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening. The show aired sporadically from 1999 to 2003. Unfortunately, Fox treated it much as it used to treat Family Guy; Futurama was put on hiatus frequently and its timeslot changed far too often. So eventually, Futurama was canceled. And again, much like Family Guy, Futurama has proven its popularity with good ratings on Adult Swim, with Bender emerging as a favorite character. The ratings have convinced Fox execs to greenlight some straight-to-DVD Futurama movies. Here's hoping they're as great as the original show. Bender gets down in "The Mutants Are Revolting" on . 02 of 48 Planet Express 'Futurama' Pictures (L-R) Zapp, Professor Farnsworth, Leela, Fry, Hermes, Amy, Bender and Dr. Zoidberg. Futurama TM and © 2010 The entire crew (and Zapp) from Planet Express on . 03 of 48 Cast 'Futurama' Pictures Futurama Cast Picture. Futurama TM and © 2010 The gang from Planet Express joins Comedy Central when returns to TV. 04 of 48 Leela and Zapp 'Futurama' Pictures Leela and Zapp. Futurama TM and © 2010 Leela and Zapp star in the "Naturama" episode of . 05 of 48 "Rebirth" 'Futurama' Pictures Professor Farnsworth and Fry. Futurama TM and © 2010 Professor Farnsworth experiments on Fry in "Rebirth" on . 06 of 48 "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" 'Futurama' Pictures (L-R) Crystal Chesney-Thompson, Matt Groening, David X. Cohen. Futurama TM and © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Three heads in jars on . 07 of 48 "The Mutants Are Revolting" 'Futurama' Pictures Bender. Futurama TM and © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation turns 100 with "The Mutants Are Revolting." 08 of 48 "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" 'Futurama' Pictures Bender, Amy and Hermes. Futurama TM and © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved The holiday special. 09 of 48 "Neutopia" 'Futurama' Pictures Fry. Futurama TM and © 2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. "Neutopia" sees the switch genders in "Neutopia." 10 of 48 "Cold Warriors" 'Futurama' Pictures Bender, Amy, Hermes, Leela, Professor Farnsworth and Fry. Futurama TM and © 2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Fry is on the table, again, in "Cold Warriors" on . 11 of 48 "Overclockwise" 'Futurama' Pictures Dr. Zoidberg and Bender. Futurama TM and © 2011 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Dr. Zoidberg eats a turkey in "Overclockwise" on . 12 of 48 "The Bots and the Bees" 'Futurama' Pictures "The Bots and the Bees". Futurama TM and © 2012 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Bender becomes a father in "The Bots and the Bees" on . 13 of 48 Eco-Feminists 'Futurama' Pictures Eco-Feminists, Amy, Leela and Fry in a Cage. Fox Home Entertainment Amy and Leela (and a caged Fry) lead the eco-feminists in the Futurama movie Into the Wild Green Yonder. 14 of 48 Hold On 'Futurama' Pictures Dr. Zoidberg, the Professor and Hermes. Fox Home Entertainment Picture of Dr. Zoidberg, the Professor and Hermes in the Futurama movie Into the Wild Green Yonder. 15 of 48 On Planet Express 'Futurama' Pictures Fry, Leela and Bender. Fox Home Entertainment Picture of Fry, Leela and Bender on Planet Express ship in the Futurama movie Into the Wild Green Yonder. 16 of 48 Shocking 'Futurama' Pictures Dr. Zoidberg, Bender and Leela. Fox Home Entertainment Picture of Leela shocking Dr. Zoidberg and Bender in the Futurama movie Bender's Game. 17 of 48 Overlook 'Futurama' Pictures Amy, Professor Farnsworth, Bender and Fry. Fox Home Entertainment Picture of Amy, Professor Farnsworth, Bender and Fry from the Futurama movie Bender's Game. 18 of 48 Riding in Character 'Futurama' Pictures Professor Farnsworth, Fry, Leela and Bender. Fox Home Entertainment Picture of Professor Farnsworth, Fry, Leela and Bender from the Futurama movie Bender's Game. 19 of 48 "Love's Labors Lost in Space" Futurama Pictures Leela and Zapp Brannigan on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Picture of Zapp Brannigan seducing Leela in the "Love's Labors Lost in Space" episode of Futurama. In Futurama's "Love's Labors Lost in Space," Leela meets Captain Zapp Brannigan, self-proclaimed ladies' man. Meanwhile, she's actually on a mission to save all the animals on a planet that's ready to collapse. 20 of 48 "A Fishful of Dollars" Pamela Anderson Futurama Pictures Pamela Anderson's Head on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Pamela Anderson's head from the Futurama episode "A Fishful of Dollars." In the "Fishful of Dollars" episode of Futurama, Fry discovers he's a billionaire because his bank account has been accruing interest for 1,000 years. Sadly, he spends it all on a can of sardines, which have been extinct since 2200. But Mom, the evil corporate mogul, wants those sardines. She even uses the head of Pamela Anderson to try to convince Fry to give them up. 21 of 48 "A Big Piece of Garbage" Futurama Pictures Leela, Bender and Fry on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Leela, Bender and Fry from Futurama's "A Big Piece of Garbage" episode. Futurama parodies the movie Armageddon in "A Big Piece of Garbage." The Professor's new invention, the Smelloscope, discovers that a giant celestial body is on a collision course with Earth. Turns out, it's a huge hunk of garbage that was shot into space at the end of the 20th Century when all the landfills in New York were full. The Planet Express team must land on the garbage mass and blow it up before Earth is destroyed. 22 of 48 "Hell Is Other Robots" Futurama Pictures Robot Devil and Bender on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Picture of Bender and the Robot Devil in "Hell Is Other Robots" on Futurama. On Futurama's "Hell Is Other Robots," Bender finds religion after going on a power surge bender after a Beastie Boys Heads' concert. But his friends can't stand the new, polite Bender, and seduce him back to his old ways. As punishment for returning to his sinful life, Bender is banished to Robot Hell. 23 of 48 "A Flight to Remember" Futurama Pictures Futurama's Titanic - A Flight to Remember. Twentieth Century Fox A picture from Futurama's "A Flight to Remember," a parody of Titanic. Futurama parodies the Titanic movie in "A Flight to Remember." Professor Farnsworth takes the entire Planet Express team on the maiden voyage of a new ship, Titanic. On the trip, Bender meets and woos Countess de la Roca, a robot who is above his station. Leela tells Captain Zapp Brannigan she is engaged to Fry in order to avoid Zapp's advances. Amy also tells her parents Fry is her boyfriend when they try to set her up with an unattractive suitor. Before the lies are revealed, Kiff informs Zapp that they're headed toward a black hole. Zapp promotes Kiff to captain in order to escape. Amy's parents then introduce Kiff to Amy, and they are immediately smitten. Everyone jumps ship in escape pods, but the Countess sacrifices herself when the weight is too much. 24 of 48 "When Aliens Attack" Futurama Pictures Bender, Fry, Leela Watch "Single Female Lawyer". Twentieth Century Fox This Futurama picture from "When Aliens Attack" shows Bender, Fry and Leela watching an episode of "Single Female Lawyer." In the Futurama episode "When Aliens Attack," the gang acts out the final episode of "Single Female Lawyer" to appease invading aliens who missed it due to technical difficulties caused by Fry in 1999. Leela plays "Jennie McNeal," an obvious parody of Ally McBeal. 25 of 48 "Fry and the Slurm Factory" Futurama Pictures Fry and the Slurm Factory on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture from the Futurama episode "Fry and the Slurm Factory," a parody of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. In "Fry and the Slurm Factory," Futurama spoofs Budweiser spokesdog Spuds MacKenzie and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The opening shows an ad for a Slurm contest, featuring Slurms MacKenzie. Fry wins, and he, Leela and Bender visit the Slurm Factory. The Grunka-Lunkas (Oompa-Loompas) greet them with their song. But Fry is so thirsty, he falls into the river of Slurm. Leela jumps in to save him, and Bender jumps in just because. The three of them are sucked into a whirlpool which drops them into the real factory. They discover the source of Slurm: it shoots out of the butt of the giant worm Slurm Queen. They are discovered, but Slurms MacKenzie helps them escape. Fry never tells anyone what Slurm is made of, because he is so addicted he doesn't want production to stop. 26 of 48 "Xmas Story" Futurama Pictures Bender, Leela and Fry in "Xmas Story". Twentieth Century Fox A picture from the Xmas Story episode of Futurama of Bender, Leela and Fry. On the eve of "Xmas," as it's called in the year 3000, Fry and Leela flee the robotic Santa (John Goodman) who kills those he deems naughty. Bender volunteers at a mission for homeless robots. 27 of 48 "Put Your Head on My Shoulders" Futurama Pictures Amy and Fry's Head in Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Fry's head grafted onto Amy in the Futurama episode "Put Your Head on My Shoulders." In Futurama's "Put Your Head on My Shoulders" episode, Fry and Amy begin dating. But Fry thinks they're spending too much time together, so he inviteds Dr. Zoidberg on a picnic in Europa with Amy. Dr. Zoidberg crashes Amy's new car, and grafts Fry's head onto her body in order to keep him alive until they can return to Earth. Unfortunately, Amy and Fry break up upon their return. Amy makes plans with another man for Valentine's Day. Just as she is about to leave with her date (with Fry's head in tow) Leela shows up to rescue Fry, and engages Amy's date in boring conversation. The next day, Dr. Zoidberg re-attaches Fry's head to his body. 28 of 48 "Bender Gets Made" Futurama Pictures Bender and the Robot Mafia on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A Futurama picture of Bender with the Robot Mafia from "Bender Gets Made." In "Bender Gets Made" on Futurama, Bender and the Planet Express crew attend a taping of Chef Elzar's show. But Bender causes a ruckus in which Leela winds up blind. To make up for everything, Elzar invites them all to his restaurant for dinner, but sticks them with the check. To avoid going to jail, Bender agrees to work for Elzar. While he's working for the chef, he meets and joins the Robot Mafia. But his loyalty is tested when they ask him to steal Zuban cigars from a Planet Express shipment. Bender pulls off the heist, but quits after getting his share of the loot. 29 of 48 "Anthology of Interest I" Futurama Pictures Fry, Al Gore, Nichelle Nichols, Stephen Hawking and Gary Gygax on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Fry, Al Gore, Nichelle Nichols, Stephen Hawking and Gary Gygax in the Futurama episode "Anthology of Interest I." In the Futurama episode "Anthology of Interest I," Fry asks the Professor's What If machine what would have happened if he hadn't been frozen. The machine produces a scenario that shows Fry narrowly avoiding being frozen. But because that didn't happen, and chain of events that never happened cause a rift in the time-space continuum. Fry is then abducted by the Vice Presidential Action Rangers, Al Gore, Nichelle Nichols, Stephen Hawking and Gary Gygax. They decide that to protect the universe, they must kill Fry. But when that causes another rift, they decide to freeze him after all. Fry breaks the tube before he is frozen, causing the universe to collapse in on itself. Fry's scenario ends with the group playing Dungeons and Dragons for all eternity. 30 of 48 "The Honking" Futurama Pictures Bender, Leela and Fry in "The Honking". Twentieth Century Fox Bender, Leela and Fry in a spooky picture from Futurama's "The Honking." In "The Honking" episode of Futurama, Bender is infected with a virus that turns him into a murderous car each evening at midnight. At one point, Bender sees the binary number 0101100101 in blood on the wall. It means nothing until he sees its reflection in the mirror, which then stands for 666. This is taken from The Shining when REDRUM appears, which backwards is MURDER. 31 of 48 "Bendless Love" Futurama Pictures Flexo, Angelyne and Bender on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Flexo, Angelyne and Bender from the Futurama episode "Bendless Love." In the Futurama episode "Bendless Love," Bender is sent back to the factory when his need for bending things gets out of control. He finds love at the factory in the form of curvy robot Angelyne. But he discovers that she is still in love with her ex, Flexo. When the Robot Mafia drops a girder on Flexo, Bender uses his strength to save him because he knows it will make Angelyne happy. Bender then returns to Planet Express, having purged his urge to bend things. 32 of 48 "Time Keeps on Slipping" Futurama Pictures Bender Plays the Harlem Globetrotters on Futurama. Twentieth Century FOx A picture from Futurama of Bender playing against the Harlem Globetrotters in "Time Keeps on Slipping." In "Time Keeps on Slipping" on Futurama, Professor Farnsworth creates a mutant basketball team to compete against the unstoppable Harlem Globetrotters from Space, who are feared on every planet. 33 of 48 "I Dated a Robot" Futurama Pictures Lucy Liu and Fry on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Lucy Liu and Fry in Futurama's episode "I Dated a Robot." In "I Dated a Robot," Fry decides to live out all of his fantasies, including dating a celebrity. He and Leela discover nappster.com, and download Lucy Liu's personality into a blank robot. She transforms into Lucy Liu, being modified to Fry's liking. The crew warn Fry against dating a robot. When he doesn't listen, they break into nappster.com and free the kidnapped Lucy Liu head. A war breaks out between Lucy Liu robot clones and our gang, ending with the Lucy Liu robots exploding (by means of popcorn). The real Lucy Liu asks Fry to erase her from his robot, and he obliges. 34 of 48 "Crimes of the Hot" Futuram Pictures Al Gore and Richard Nixon party with Bender, Fry and Leela on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Picture from the Futurama episode "Crimes of the Hot," when Bender must save Earth by releasing his own emissions. On Futurama, Earth is growing warmer and warmer. The usual method of dropping a giant ice cube into the ocean isn't working anymore. At a conference called by Al Gore's head, Professor Farnsworth confesses that his original robot prototype is to blame, and all robots are taken to an island for their last night on Earth. But the robots are able to push the planet away from the sun, thanks to theirs, and Bender's, release of gas, thus saving us all. 35 of 48 In Space Futurama Pictures Leela, Fry, Bender on Futurama. Twentieth Century Leela, Fry and Bender are floating in space on Futurama. Leela, Fry and Bender make up the delivery team for the Planet Express on Futurama. 36 of 48 Leela and Fry on Scooter Futurama Pictures Leele and Fry from Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox In this picture from Futurama, Leela is driving a flying scooter with Fry along for the ride. On Futurama, Leela and Fry have an on-again-off-again relationship. More off than on, as Fry seems to have more affection for Leela than she does for him. As the series progressed, Fry became more and more vocal about his feelings, and there were moments when Leela seemed to return his affection. 37 of 48 Fry, Leela and Bender with Guns Futurama Pictures Fry, Leela and Bender from Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Fry, Leela and Bender with guns on Futurama. Fry, Leela and Bender have had their fair share of scrapes on Futurama. My favorite tussle was with the cast of Star Trek. Leela is the real butt-kicker of the bunch, using a combination of karate and kickboxing to take care of her opponents. 38 of 48 Scooter Futurama Pictures Leela, Bender and Fry on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Leela, Bender and Fry flying on Futurama. Leela, Bender and Fry are the Planet Express delivery team on Futurama. Like in this picture, Leela is the pilot and Fry is usually bungling everything. 39 of 48 Fry Futurama Pictures Fry of Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Fry goes from being a pizza delivery boy to delivering for Planet Express on Futurama. The premise of Futurama is that the main character, Fry, is delivering a pizza in the year 1999 when he is accidentally cryogenically frozen, then thawed in the year 3000. 40 of 48 Bender 'Futurama/' Pictures Bender 'Futurama'. Twentieth Century Fox Bender from is a crass, beer-guzzling robot who becomes Fry's best friend. Bender is the robot on Futurama. He must drink alcohol to stay sober and alive. His heroics have been unexpected and many, including using his flatulence to save the world. His name comes from his function as an actual bender of pipes and metal. But it has double meaning, since going on a "bender" means drinking a lot, which he does. He has super-strength (hence, the bending) and has even fathered a little robot. Bender is played by John DiMaggio, who also plays Jake on Adventure Time. 41 of 48 Leela 'Futurama' Pictures Captain Leela from 'Futurama'. Twentieth Century Fox Leela from . Leela is the captain of the Planet Express delivery ship on Futurama. All her life, she thought she was a one-eyed alien from another planet. But she discovers that she is a mutant, left at an orphange when she was a baby. She is reunited with her parents in the sewers. Leela has had relations with Zapp Brannigan (unfortunately), but the closest thing she has to a romantic relationship is her friendship and flirtation with Fry. Favorite Leela Episodes: "Loves Labor Lost in Space," when we meet Zapp Brannigan for the first time, and he sets his eyes on Leela, Season 1. "Leela's Homeworld," when we find out who Leela's parents really are (and they're not aliens), Season 4. "In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela," when Leela and Zapp are "stranded" in a natural paradise, Season 6. 42 of 48 Dr. Zoidberg Futurama Pictures Dr. Zoidberg on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Dr. Zoidberg is the resident doctor and crustacean for the Planet Express crew on Futurama. On Futurama, Dr. Zoidberg is a lobster-like alien from the planet Decapod 10. He has many facets to his personality. He is insatiable, eating everything in sight, including garbage, toenail clippings and even live animals. He is also a sadsack sort of guy, never quite fitting in with the others. 43 of 48 Zapp Brannigan Futurama Zapp Brannigan from Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Zapp Brannigan, the sleazy captain on Futurama. On Futurama, Zapp Brannigan is a mix of Captain Kirk and Homer Simpson. He fancies himself to be a ladies man, even bedding Leela, much to her misfortune. But he is completely incompetent as captain of a spaceship, with Kiff usually solving the problems Zapp creates. 44 of 48 Kiff Futurama Pictures Kiff from Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Kiff from Futurama. Poor Kiff. He is the unsung hero in the world of Zapp Brannigan. He must endure all the speeches and jokes of Zapp, as well as fix any mistakes Zapp has made, usually with Kiff taking the blame. The one bright spot in Kiff's life is Amy. They fell in love, and he even bore their offspring. 45 of 48 Nibbler Futurama Pictures Nibbler from Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of Leela's voracious pet Nibbler from Futurama. Leela adopted Nibbler as a pet on Futurama. Nibbler eats everything, even animals and things much larger than himself. We learn that his, um, droppings weigh about 10,000 pounds and can be used as fuel for the Planet Express rocket. Nibbler is actually intelligent and can speak, but he has only revealed that a couple of times. After someone discovers Nibblers true self, Nibbler flashes his third eye to wipe his memory clean. 46 of 48 Mom Futurama Pictures Mom on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox A picture of ruthless corporate mogul Mom from Futurama. Mom first appears as a plump, friendly matron on Futurama. Under the fat suit and sweet smile, she is a cutthroat business woman, the 99.7% shareholder of Momcorp, the largest industrial conglomerate known to man, with subsidiaries ranging from Mom's Friendly Robot Company to Mom's Old-Fashioned Video Surveillance Unit. She is foul-mouthed, continually telling everyone, even her sons, to cram it or shove it. She once had a fling with Professor Farnsworth, when he worked for her company. But he left her when she used his inventions for monetary gain. 47 of 48 Al Gore Futurama Pictures Al Gore on Futurama. Twentieth Century Fox Picture of Al Gore as a guest star on Futurama. When Al Gore first appeared on Futurama, he wasn't just a head in a jar. He was a full-bodied Vice President whose job was not only to cast the tie-breaking vote in the Senate, but also to protect the space-time continuum in "Anthology of Interest I." 48 of 48 Cast Futurama Futurama Cast Picture. Twentieth Century Fox Futurama cast of characters grew to include Kiff, Zapp and Nibbler. Kiff, Zapp and Nibbler became part of the Futurama family. Nibbler was adopted by Leela. Zapp had an affair off and on with Leela (much to her dismay). Kiff and Amy fell in love, and Kiff even bore their love child.