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How Futurama Made Maths And Science Funny

Futurama may not make me laugh as hard as other comedies, but its vision of the future and all the shenanigans that come with it have always been enjoyable to watch (throughout all its various cancellations and comebacks). Kaptain Kristian makes the case that Futurama is special because it was the “master of hiding brilliance in plain sight. Bridging the gap between comedy and arithmetic while bringing humanity to the science.”

An In-Depth Analysis Of Why Game Of Thrones' Battle Of The Bastards Was So Fantastic

Video: Sure, Game of Thrones’ Battle of the Bastards aired a couple of weeks ago and many things have happened in life and on the internet since then. But we can’t stop thinking about it, because we have a very bad case of Game of Thrones withdrawals. Luckily, CineFix goes in deep on the epic sequence and examines why it was just so damn brilliant.

These Terrible Historical Events Inspired Game Of Thrones' Red Wedding

Video: Even though it took place three seasons ago, the Red Wedding in Game of Thrones is still probably one of the most shocking things to ever happen on the series. And though George R.R. Martin is wildly imaginative in creating the world of Westeros, the inspiration for the Red Wedding actually comes from history. We did this to ourselves before Game of Thrones did it.

These Real Moments In History Inspired The Events Of Game Of Thrones

Video: The world of Westeros in Game of Thrones is so impressively detailed, and the history of its characters is so well crafted, that it’s amazing that George RR Martin could even come up with something so imaginative all on his own. Of course, as we know, that’s not the case. Game of Thrones is heavily influenced by real life historical events, many of which come from the medieval history of Great Britain.

The Evolution Of Wolverine In Movies And TV Shows

Video: Wait, there was a Wolverine on screen before Hugh Jackman? No one is really sure. Hugh Jackman’s dominance of the character in the movies makes this evolution of Wolverine video from Burger Fiction seem like a look into how well he’s aged and how buff he’s gotten.

The Essential Clone Wars Episodes Every Star Wars Fan Should Watch

I’ve made an argument for why you should watch The Clone Wars, but actually watching it is another thing. With 121 episodes, many of them filler, some of them oddly out of order, there’s a certain art to getting the best out of your Clone Wars experience. Here’s my list of the essential episodes you should be watching, neatly sorted into chronological order and cut down to only 65 episodes and a movie.

A Guide To Getting Into Doctor Who

He’s a time-travelling alien called the Doctor. He gallivants around with a human companion, bumps into figures from history, and when he’s on the brink of death, he regenerates into a brand new body. That’s more or less the basics of the British television icon that’s been adventuring in space in time for more than 50 years.

Our First Look At How Agents Of SHIELD Deals With Civil War

Yes, it’s finally Civil War day! But while Cap and Tony duke it out over the Sokovia accords, the folks over at SHIELD suddenly find themselves having to deal with the fallout. Thanks to this new clip, now we know how the events of the film will have an impact on Agents of SHIELD.

Just How Many Cigarettes Did Matthew McConaughey Smoke In True Detective?

This is totally silly because it was two years ago but anyone who saw True Detective season one knew a few things to be true. That Matthew McConaughey was going to win an Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club because of his performance as Rust Cohle in True Detective and that as foul as cigarettes are, you wish you could enjoy them like he did on screen. How many times did he get to make you jealous? A clean 40. Two packs of on screen inhaling joy.

A Side-By-Side Comparison Of A TV Show's First Scene Versus The Final Scene

Video: Because we’re all so sensitive these days: SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched TV shows including Breaking Bad, The Wire, Lost, Sons of Anarchy or Friends, watch out, because this video shows the first frame in the series premiere and the last frame was in the series finale. If you have seen the shows (or don’t scream bloody murder about spoilers), you’ll see the interesting juxtaposition of the beginning and end of a TV show right next to each other. It’s great.

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