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The Simpsons' Futurama Crossover First Look: Watch Homer 'Save' Nibbler

The Futurama gang meets The Simpsons this Sunday (Fox, 8/7c) and Homer greets his other-worldly pals with his trademark handshake — and by that, I mean he goes on a choking spree.

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Unfortunately, as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive clip from the episode, Bart gets caught in the crosshairs when Homer attempts to save Leela’s pet Nibbler from a rabid gang of extraterrestrials. In the process, Homer also manages to reveal that he knows neither his son’s birthday nor how to operate a calendar. (Color me surprised.)

And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, we also have a gallery of first-look photos from the crossover episode below.

So watch the video, check out the photos, then drop a comment: Do you have high hopes for Sunday’s crossover?

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8 Comments
  1. Dean says:

    Is it too much to hope Futurama will be brought back again?

  2. Moment says:

    I miss Futurama, I really wish the network cared about it more. I would put it on Sundays, it would work there.

  3. Dennis says:

    Miss Futurama so much! Smart writing and it was actually funny!

  4. gistobe says:

    Lunch Gallery ~drooollll~

  5. Nick says:

    I can’t wait for this cross over. I miss Futurama, and I hope they bring it back or at least make a few more movies…

  6. Dizzy Shan says:

    Futurama’s intelligent wit/emotional subjects > Family Guy’s gender-biased jokes/borderline child-animal homoeroticism, general idiocy.