Feeling old already, Futurama fans? Kif’s tadpoles are finally ready to run


Happy Schmizmar day!

It’s not uncommon for fictional date markers to be marked by eager fans, whether it’s the year Marty McFly arrived in the future or an exciting (if inaccurate) sci-fi fashion statement.

One Redditor has discovered something a little more obscure, yet no less special, when he notes that it was 20 years ago today that Futurama’s Kif gave birth to his and Amy’s bunch of wriggling offspring.

One of the key elements of the episode, Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch, is Amy’s reluctance to enter parenthood at such a young age. She even goes so far as to temporarily leave Kif just before the birth and rejoin him at the last moment to witness what happened.

Since these tadpole creatures wouldn’t leave the water for two decades, the ending serves as a kind of amusing deus ex machina resolution, absolving them of any responsibility until a much later date. And yet, somehow, here we are, with a multitude of caveats, as noted above.

In fact, the January 12, 2003 date is completely irrelevant in-universe, as the show was set 1,000 years in the future and didn’t parallel real-world dates with its timeline. More specifically, Amy and Kif won’t be born for several centuries, let alone their children.

With that in mind, Futurama is anticipating another Hulu revival this year, and while specifics aren’t yet clear on when it’ll drop, it does present an opportunity to at least provide an unconventional nod to the anniversary of Amy, who first appeared on Smizmar will.

https://twinfinite.net/2023/01/20-years-since-tender-futurama-moment-first-aired/ Feeling old already, Futurama fans? Kif’s tadpoles are finally ready to run

Isaiah Colbert

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