After its cancellation in 2013, Futurama was revived on Hulu. Pizza deliveryman Philip J. Fry of late 20th-century New York City was cryogenically frozen in the original scenario. He found himself a thousand years in the future and had to adjust to the new times. Season three of the cartoon show is about a pandemic and looks into the potential of vaccines, cancellation culture, bitcoin, and online television. Get ready for an exclusive scoop on the latest episode of Season 11, at www.tvacute.com. With spoilers and a premiere date that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Futurama Season 11 Episode 3 Spoilers
In the thrilling upcoming episode, aptly named “How the West Was 1010001,” our beloved Bender and the intrepid crew embark on a daring journey toward the untamed West. Their mission? To immerse themselves in the exhilarating world of Bitcoin mining, where fortunes are made and legends are born. Get ready to witness their wild escapades as they navigate uncharted territories and encounter a myriad of challenges. Under Bender’s leadership, the crew heads to the West to partake in the mania for bitcoin mining. The episode’s summary suggests that it will be entertaining even for those who are unfamiliar with the world of cryptocurrency.
Futurama Episode 11.3 Synopsis: Bender and the crew head west to join the Bitcoin mining rush.
The episode highlights the relationships between the characters and explores the idea of fatherhood in an amusing and moving way. It combines humor, sweet moments, and sci-fi aspects typical of “Futurama.”
Futurama Season 11 Episode 3 Release Date and Time
The release date for the third episode of Season 11 of Futurama is Monday, August 7, 2023, Only on Hulu. You can get a Hulu subscription for a year for $79.99, which is like getting two months free. You can also pay $7.99 monthly.
Futurama Season 11 Episode 2 Recap
In the opening scene of episode 2, Fry is attempting to remove a sticky candy bar that has been stuck to his jacket for more than a thousand years. The crew assists him in getting rid of it, and Bender offers to reproduce the candy’s recipe, which sparks a lighthearted episode in which Professor Farnsworth develops diabetes after eating some of it.
Then, Amy finds a reminder for a 20-year-old event in her calendar, which prompts her to recall that she and Kif had given birth to a clutch of tadpoles 20 years earlier. Everyone cringes when she shows them the birth footage, with the exception of Amy, who now understands she wants to be a mother to her kids.
For the birth celebration of the kids, the team goes to Kif’s home planet of Amphibios 9. Amy and the team are introduced to the kids during the ceremony, who developed at various rates based on the water temperature in which they were born. The kids are a bit of a mess, but Amy is determined to raise them well.
When Kif is recalled for D.O.O.P. duty, Amy is left to care for the kids by herself. Leela lends a hand and develops relationships with the kids, which makes Amy uneasy because they start referring to her as “Mommy Leela.” Kif, who is missing his family, is tasked with accompanying Zapp Brannigan on a mission to a remote outpost overrun by hostile tardigrades.
When it is discovered that the children of Amy and Kif are genetically related to both Amy and Leela, the situation becomes more complicated and Amy’s motherhood is called into question. The mysterious Grand Midwife intervenes to decide who will be the children’s guardian. When Kif comes back to save Amy, it is revealed that he made a grave decision to defend the tardigrades while on the mission. In the end, Amy is asked a straightforward question about her love for her children, and her sincere response establishes her value as a mother. Amy and her kids joyfully hug as the staff celebrates.