Well, first the bad news:
That colourscheme looks doesn't if you have any kind of antialiasing on your fonts. Which is most of us.
I use firebird, and I see a little blue circle with a white 'i' in it. Which isn't good. (ie: your site has popups/popunders). [thats dot.tk doing that] OMG! A little windows explorer window with 'C:\DEGREE MATCH' open and little tick boxes is hanging with the base of you page!! I'm gonna click close on it... not. Nautilus/GNOME 2.4
I don't see Arial or Verdana in my font list. Use 'sans' instead, then the browser will pick the appropriate font for you automagically.
You should make your link button in the bottom left use http://www.freewebs.com/plan-et/
and not http://www.freewebs.com/plan-et/index.html
, then if you ever decide to use some server side scripting (like php, jsp, asp, etc.), you can keep the same url without needing a messy redirect page.
[future proofing] Similarly, put your pages in their own subfolder, then people linking to your site can get index.html or index.php or whatever server side scripting you wanna use. Then your urls are permanent
You should probably change 'futurama news' to 'news', as theres no actual news about the show as yet, just about your site. You can then combine the two.
Some reasonably good news:
CSS is magical. Yet you've used tables cleanly here.... Cleaner than lots of places... So I'm not overly worried.Your site in w3m:
The bad news:
You should make the images in the menu have their alt text as what is said in the image. You can put the 'Image by ...' in the 'title' field; it will appear as a tooltip in graphical browsers.
The good news:
w3m has done a fairly clean job of your tables. Just it isn't very nice at 80x24 (default console resolution). It looks fine at 117char wide. Screengrab
So finally, this site (content wise) has potential, just some minor problems... but they should be easily fixable