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Futurama is an American animated science fiction, created by Matt Groening, the same person who made Disenchantment. The series focuses on a delivery boy named Fry, who originally lived in the 20th-21st century, but managed to get himself cryogenically frozen for an entire millennium, making him end up in the year 3000, where he currently works as a delivery boy for Planet Express.


Futurama references in Disenchantment[]

  • In "For Whom the Pig Oinks", Bean went into a wig store, and on the shelf was a wig that looked exactly like the hair of Fry.
  • In "Love's Tender Rampage", When Elfo describes his made up girlfriend, Luci summarizes her as a "super hot one eyed girl with a dead family." This is potentially a reference to Taranga Leela, an attractive cyclops in the Futarama universe who's parents were presumed dead until the episode "Leela's Homeworld".
  • In "Dreamland Falls", Luci looked through a back in time globe and one of the things he saw was Fry, Bender, and Professor Farnsworth in a time machine. This was a direct reference to the episode "The Late Philip J. Fry", where the trio got into a time machine and went past the destruction of the universe. They managed to see the rebirth of the universe and pass through all of history, time and time again. This means that they went through the medieval ages, when Disenchantment takes place.
  • In "Stairway to Hell", Zøg jumped out of the bushes and shouted, "BITE MY SHINY METAL AXE!" This is a reference to Bender's catchphrase, "Bite my shiny metal ass." Both characters had the same voice actor, John DiMaggio.
  • In "In Her Own Write", King Zøg quoted Bender again, while growing impatient for the play to start, as he said "Let's go alreadaaayyy!"
  • In "The Electric Princess", one of the streets in Steamland was called "Farnsworth Ave." Additionally, Bean found a drawer full of wires, that looked exactly like the wires in Professor Farnsworth's drawer.

Disenchantment references in Futurama[]

In the episode, I Know What You Did Next Xmas, the professor looks through clips of several events, 1 of which is from Disenchantment.

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