Originally posted by Spacedal11: Season One
Dude good luck! I didn't even get all 72 epsiodes of Futurama! Off by one...me idiot! Does anyone know which episode I missed? I've looked over a list a million times and can't find the missing episode. Dagnabit!
Space Pilot 3000: Fry is cryogenically frozen and ends up in the year 3000.
Episode Two: The Series Has Landed: The Planet Express crew delivers a package to the moon, where Fry discovers that it has been converted into an amusement park.
I, Roomate: Bender and Fry search for an apartment.
Love's Labors Lost in Space: The Planet Express crew meets up with Zapp Brannigan and Kif Kroker, where Leela and Zapp have an unforgettable experience (you know what I mean).
Fear of a Bot Planet: The Planet Express crew travels to Chapek 9, a planet where robots kill humans on sight.
A Fishful of Dollars: Fry discovers that money he had in the bank 1000 years prior has accumulated into a fortune.
My Three Suns: Fry drinks the emperor of a planet where the inhabitants are entirely liquid. This makes Fry the new emperor, and although Leela disapproves, Fry takes the job.
A Big Piece of Garbage: Fry must teach New New Yorkers to litter in order to save Earth from an enormous garbage ball from the 20th century.
Hell is other Robots: Bender finds religion, much to the dismay of the Planet Express Crew. Through a series of events, Bender ends up in robot hell, where he meets the Robot Devil, Belzebot.
A Flight to Remember: The Planet Express crew is treated to a trip on the doomed Titanic space liner, where Bender finds love and Fry pretends to date both Leela and Amy.
Mars University: The Planet Express crew goes to Mars University, a college located on the red planet. While there, Bender teaches a fraternity of robots how to be cool, as Fry deals with his new roommate, a superintelligent monkey named Guenter.
When Aliens Attack: The Omicronians demand to see the season finale of a 20th century program, "Single Female Lawyer". Because all copies were destroyed, the Planet Express crew must put on the show themselves.
Fry and the Slurm Factory: The crew wins a trip to visit planet Wormulon to see the Slurm Factory, but they soon discover the drink's disgusting secret ingredient. Season Two
I Second that Emotion: Bender gets an empathy chip installed to better understand human emotions. But, when he flushes Nibbler down the toilet, Fry, Leela, and he go through the sewers to find him.
Brannigan, Begin Again: Zapp and Kif are discharged from DOOP, and get a job working at Planet Express.
A Head in the Polls: When the value of Titanium skyrockets, Bender sells his body to get rich quick. Richard M. Nixon, without a body to run for Earth president, buys Bender's. When Bender finds out, he and the rest of the crew are off to get it back.
X-Mas Story: It is nearing Christmas (now pronounced 'X-Mas') and Fry is feeling sorry for himself because he has no family. When he realizes that Leela never had a family, he tries to find her the perfect present to make up for his selfishness. But, when he, Bender, and Leela are caught out after dark, a robotic Santa threatens their lives.
Why Must I be a Crustacean in Love?: Zoidberg travels back to his native planet for mating season, where he and Fry end up fighting to the death over the affections of one of the planet's inhabitants.
The Lesser of Two Evils: Bender and an identical (except for a beard) robot named Flexo. But, Fry suspects that Flexo is really evil.
Put your Head on My Shoulder: Fry and Amy start dating near Valentines Day. When Fry starts to find that Amy is possessive, he wants to call off the romance. But, when Fry is injured in a car accident, his head must be sewed on to Amy's shoulder.
Raging Bender: Bender gets a job in the Robot Fighting League, only to discover that it is fixed.
A Biclops Built For Two: Leela finds another cyclops, Alkazar, and visits him on his home planet. When she discovers that he is a jerk but gets engaged to him anyway, it is up to Fry to save her.
A Clone of My Own: The Professor creates himself an heir by cloning himself. When he discovers that his clone, Cubert, doesn't want to follow in his footsteps, he confesses to being 160 and is taken to the Near Death Star.
How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back: Hermes goes on vacation and his replacement, Morgan Proctor, develops a crush on Fry.
The Deep South: When the Planet Express crew ends up deep in the bottom of the ocean, Fry meets a mermaid named Umbriel and falls in love.
Bender Gets Made: Bender joins the Robot Mafia.
Mother's Day: Mom turns all of the robots in the world against humans. When the Professor reveals that he and Mom were once dating, it is decided that he must fake his love to stop the robots' revolt.
The Problem With Popplers: Earth begins selling popplers as a fast food meal. When it is discovered that they are the children of Omicronians, the discoverer of popplers, Leela, is sentenced to death.
Anthology of Interest I: An anthology that includes three segments in which Bender becomes a giant, Leela kills all of her co-workers, and Fry discovers something that effects the universe as we know it.
War is the H-Word: Fry and Bender join the Earth army, while Leela disguises herself as a man (Lee Lemon) in order to enlist.
The Honking: When Bender is hit by a werecar and becomes one, he and the crew must try to kill the original to stop the curse.
The Cryonic Woman: Fry, Leela and Bender get fired. After confusing their old career chips, Leela end up as a delivery boy, while Fry and Bender get her old cryogenics job. While there, Fry unfreezes his girlfriend from the 20th century, Michelle. Season Three
Amazon Women in the Mood: Fry, Leela, Bender, Amy, Kif, and Zapp end up on Planet Amazonia, where the men are sentenced to death.
Parasites Lost: Fry becomes infested with stomach worms, making him irresistable to Leela.
A Tale of Two Santas: After freezing the 'real' Santa, Bender takes his place. This causes Bender to be blamed for a wave of destruction on X-Mas Eve, resulting in the death penalty.
The Luck of The Fryrish: Fry assumes that his brother Yancy stole his 7-leaf clover, along with his life.
The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz: Leela joins a protest against a tanker full of oil. When it crashes on a planet inhabited by penguins, she helps the clean-up effort. Meanwhile, Bender disguises himself as a penguin, and, after re-booting himself, believes that he is one.
Bendless Love: Bender falls in love with a fembot named Angleyne after taking a job at a bending factory. But, he soon suspects that she is still in love with her ex-husband Flexo.
The Day the Earth Stood Stupid: A swarm of brains determined to wipe out all thought invades earth. Fry, lacking the delta brainwave, is immune to the brains and becomes the only hope for the human race.
That's Lobstertainment!: Zoidberg, wanting to become a comedian, asks his Uncle Zoid for help. But, Zoid really wants money from Zoidberg to produce a movie with Calculon. When the movie is a flop, Calculon threatens Zoidberg if he doesn't win an Oscar.
The Cyber House Rules: Leela gets a third eye, while Bender adopts 12 orphans.
Where the Buggalo Roam: While visiting the Wong's ranch, the Planet Express crew, along with Kif and Zapp, must save the disappearing buggalo herd.
Insane in the Mainframe: After being commited to a robot insane asylum, Fry begins to believe that he is a robot.
The Route of All Evil: Cubert and Herme's son Dwight start a company called Awesome Express, that is actually a paper route. When they get far behind with their deliveries, they enlist their fathers' help.
Bendin' in the Wind: After becoming immobile, Bender joins Beck on a crusade to help broken robots.
Time Keeps on Slippin': After disturbing the balance of time and space by removing chronotons, the Planet Express crew must try to stop time skips with the help of the Harlem Globetrotters.
I Dated a Robot: Fry downloads a Lucy Lui robot, but soon ends up having to deal with an army of the evil robots.
A Leela of Her Own: Leela becomes the first professional woman Blurnsball player.
A Pharaoh to Remember: After being enslaved by the natives of an ancient Egyptian planet, Bender becomes their pharaoh in an attempt to be remembered.
Anthology of Interest II: Three segments, one about Bender becoming human, one about the world as a video game, and one about Leela becoming a witch in a Wizard of Oz parody.
Roswell That Ends Well: The Planet Express crew is sent back in time to the 1940s, where Fry kills his grandfather on accident. But, the bigger problem is the fact that if they don't get out in time, they will be trapped in the 1940s forever.
Godfellas: Bender becomes god to a civilization living on his body.
Futurestock: Fry meets up with a businessman from the 1980s who tries to sell Planet Express to Mom. But, Fry is determined to stop him.
The 30% Iron Chef: Bender tries to defeat Elzar in a cooking competition. Season Four
Kif Gets Knocked Up A Knotch: Kif becomes impregnated, but discovers that Amy isn't ready for children.
Leela's Homeworld: Leela discovers that she is a mutant.
Love and Rocket: Bender becomes involved with the Planet Express ship, while Fry tries to find a candy heart to sum up his feeling for Leela.
Less Than Hero: Fry, Leela, and Bender become superheroes.
A Taste of Freedom: After eating the Earth Flag on Freedom Day, Zoidberg and his people go to war with the humans.
Bender Should not be Allowed on TV: Bender gets a job on All My Circuits, but Hermes and The Professor believe that he is a bad influence on their kids.
Jurassic Bark: Fry finds his fossilized dog, Seymour. He decides to clone him, much to Bender's dismay.
Crimes of the Hot: Earth is unable to counter global warming, due to the fact that all robots weren't made enviromentally safe, and must be destroyed.
Teenage Mutanat Leela's Hurdles: The Planet Express crew is dipped in a fountain of youth, and grow younger and younger until they are destined to die. This excludes Leela, so she decides to stay at home and live like a normal kid.
The Why of Fry: The brains are back, and Fry must stop them to save the universe.
Where no Fan has Gone Before: The cast of Star Trek is assembled by a huge fan. It is up to the Planet Express crew to save them.
The Sting: After being stung by a bee, Fry dies. Leela blames his death on herself. But, is what she believes really a reality?
Bend Her: Bender is changed into a fembot, and begins dating Calculon. When Calculon proposes to 'her', Bender must fake his death to let Calculon down easily.
Obsoletely Fabulous: Bender becomes obsolete and is banished to an island of other robots like him. But soon, he starts a revolt against the new robots.
The Farnsworth Parabox: The Professor creates a parallel universe, with duplicates of the Planet Express crew.
Three Hundred Big Boys: Everyone recieves 300 dollars and they each squander it in differnt ways.
Spanish Fry: While searching for Bigfoot, Fry is beamed into an Omicronian spaceship, where he loses his nose, or "horn". After learning that the 'lower horn' is much more valuable, they go after that.
The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings: Fry is given the devil's hands to perform an opera to Leela with his holophonor.
I hope these summaries help you figure out what you haven't seen.