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The Futurama Moment On Mars That Fans Are Still Discussing

Futurama is a show that continues to stand the test of time. For the past 23 years, it has captured the hearts of fans around the world. With the recent announcement that, almost 10 years after it last aired, Futurama is returning for a new 20episode season on the streaming platform, Hulu, it is no surprise that people are still talking about the series classic episodes. There are many memorable moments, like the heartbreaking episode Jurassic Bark, and the everin famous snu snu, but there are some moments that fans are still discovering — or rediscovering — even after all of these years.

The straighttoDVD film, Into the Wild Green Yonder, was the series finale movie that was made when Fox canceled Futurama — before the show was picked up again by Comedy Central, saving it from an untimely demise. The film was a way to make sure that any loose ends might have been a bit tidier and to give the fans one last hurrah, and it did come with a notable moment that fans continue to discuss to this day.

Did the Martians get ripped off?

During Into the Wild Green Yonder, there is a moment in the caves, known as the Martian Reserves, that references an earlier episode of the series. Fry voiced by Billy West is taken down to the caves by the secret society known as the Legion of Mad Fellows. In this scene, there is a cave drawing on the wall that shows Kif Maurice LaMarche, Bender John DiMaggio, and Amy Lauren Tom standing underneath the diamond that was used as trade by the Wong family for the Martians land. This cave drawing was noticed by a fan, Tajackson101, who shared their discovery with the Reddit community, saying, Into the Wild Green Yonder shows the trade the Martians had.

Another Futurama fan and Reddit commenter, ShaggysGTI, noticed the similarities between the two caves, stating, Thats the same cave from the earlier episodes. They were referencing the episode Where the Buggalo Roam, where Amy is kidnapped by the Martians because they believe that the Wong family ripped them off by trading them a simple bead for their planet, Mars. This simple bead is actually a giant diamond. The Martians do not realize this until Leela Katey Sagal mentions how valuable the diamond must be, but that may not be the case after all. Reddit user Chromattix wrote, Considering how common diamonds are in the universe – the Martians still got ripped off. If this statement is true, the Martians kidnapping of Amy would be justified by their logic.

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