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*In the episode "{{w|Deep Throats}}", aired 9 April, 2006, {{w|Peter Griffin}} sings a song without his inspiration (marijuana). His lyrics are possibly describing the [[Tube Transport System]] in [[New New York]].  
 
*In the episode "{{w|Deep Throats}}", aired 9 April, 2006, {{w|Peter Griffin}} sings a song without his inspiration (marijuana). His lyrics are possibly describing the [[Tube Transport System]] in [[New New York]].  
  
*During the premiere skit in ''{{w|Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story}}'', released 27 September, 2005, a reporter on the red carpet asks {{w|Stewie Griffin}} if Fox has any plans to bring back ''Futurama''. ''Family Guy'' and ''Futurama'' were both animated series on Fox which were cancelled and subsequently aired on [[Adult Swim]]; at the time of release ''Family Guy'' was scheduled to return but ''Futurama'' was not.
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*During the premiere skit in ''{{w|Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story}}'', released 27 September, 2005, a reporter on the red carpet asks {{w|Stewie Griffin}} if Fox has any plans to bring back ''Futurama''. ''Family Guy'' and ''Futurama'' were both animated series on Fox that were cancelled and subsequently aired on [[Adult Swim]]; at the time of release ''Family Guy'' was scheduled to return but ''Futurama'' was not.
  
 
*[[Bender]] was seen during the {{sw|Chalmun's Cantina}} scene of the "{{w|Blue Harvest (Family Guy)|Blue Harvest}}", released 23 September, 2007.
 
*[[Bender]] was seen during the {{sw|Chalmun's Cantina}} scene of the "{{w|Blue Harvest (Family Guy)|Blue Harvest}}", released 23 September, 2007.
  
*In the fifth "{{w|Road to...}}" episode, "{{w|Road to the Multiverse}}", aired 27 September, 2009, Stewie keeps the multiverse remote in a safe, which has what looks like [[alienese]] characters on the buttons. Also the multiverses are a similar concept to ''Futurama''{{'}}s {{universe|parallel universes}} and the first one looks very similar to [[New New York]].
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*In the fifth "{{w|Road to...}}" episode, "{{w|Road to the Multiverse}}", aired 27 September, 2009, Stewie keeps the multiverse remote in a safe, that has what looks like [[alienese]] characters on the buttons. Also the multiverses are a similar concept to ''Futurama''{{'}}s {{universe|parallel universes}} and the first one looks very similar to [[New New York]].
  
 
*Bender makes a non-speaking appearance in the episode "{{w|The Splendid Source}}", aired 16 May, 2010, who heard the dirty joke from Al Harrington and passed it on to Tom Tucker. Peter describes this as "oddly enough, for some reason".
 
*Bender makes a non-speaking appearance in the episode "{{w|The Splendid Source}}", aired 16 May, 2010, who heard the dirty joke from Al Harrington and passed it on to Tom Tucker. Peter describes this as "oddly enough, for some reason".

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Family Guy
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Lars hanging a Family Guy 2000 calendar on the wall. [BBS]
GenreComedy
FormatAnimation
Created bySeth MacFarlane
Country of originUnited States
First appearance"The Owner of Mars Attacks!" (US#003)
Comic
Production
Producer(s)Seth McFarlanne
Runtime22 minutes
Production company(s)Fuzzy Door Productions
Broadcast
ChannelFox
Wikipedia has information unrelated to Futurama

Family Guy is a Fox animated show created by Seth MacFarlane. Family Guy and Futurama have referenced each other on more than one occasion.

Crew

This is a list of people who have been credited on both Futurama and Family Guy.
(In alphabetic order of surname)

Futurama in Family Guy

  • During the premiere skit in Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, released 27 September, 2005, a reporter on the red carpet asks Stewie Griffin if Fox has any plans to bring back Futurama. Family Guy and Futurama were both animated series on Fox that were cancelled and subsequently aired on Adult Swim; at the time of release Family Guy was scheduled to return but Futurama was not.
  • Bender makes a non-speaking appearance in the episode "The Splendid Source", aired 16 May, 2010, who heard the dirty joke from Al Harrington and passed it on to Tom Tucker. Peter describes this as "oddly enough, for some reason".

Family Guy in Futurama

References

  1. ^ ANIMATIONonFOX (20 July 2013). Season 12 Trailer from Comic-Con | FAMILY GUY | ANIMATION on FOX. (YouTube.) Retrieved on 08 August 2013.