So, Futurama ended.
This was actually a couple of years ago now, but I only just got to it. And there’s always a reasonable chance that it’s going to continue – this is the fourth time they’ve written a specifically-intended “final episode”, and there’s no reason this, too, can’t be a false alarm upon which another season or ten can be built.
I mean, they did manage to come back from this, within the episode. so anything’s possible.
 The other three being The Devil’s Hands Are Idle Playthings, where Fry plays his holophonor symphony for Leela; Into the Wild Green Yonder, where the movie-slash-season ends with their disappearance into a wormhole; and Overclockwise, where Bender shows Fry and Leela the story of their future.
Still, two and a half years and there’s still no real sign of a revival, so maybe it really is over this time.
Meanwhile was a cute episode. It didn’t give me the sniffles like the classic Jurassic Bark episode…
God damn you, Seymour.
…or Cold Warriors…
“Now bundle up. I don’t want you getting frozen.”
…but it was nice. Preposterous science-fantasy as always, but nice. I won’t go into a full analysis of what paradoxes happened and who would remember what and how exactly any of it worked, but it was a cute story. If it has to end there, let it end.
And if not? Well, that’s good too.