'Futurama' series finale: Did 'Meanwhile' prove to be a worthwhile second conclusion?

Well, "Futurama" fans, the end has come -- for a second time.Resurrection can only last so long and, so, it's time to say goodbye to Matt Groening's cult classic comedy once more. On Wednesday (Sept. 4), "Futurama" signed off for good (or did it?) with "Meanwhile," an episode centered on Fry (Billy West) finally growing the nerve to propose to Leela (Katey Sagal). This being "Futurama," of course, things involved some sort of futuristic high-jinks and did not go smoothly. But was it the ending the show deserved? For a show that got the boot from original home FOX in 2003 before rising from the ashes on cable in 2008, it seemed only fitting that the series finale focus so heavily on characters dying over and over, while trying to find a way to reverse said death.After breaking the universe (because of course Fry would), there was an bittersweet beauty in watching Fry and Leela...



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