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  1. What If My Little Pony’s Trixie Was Voiced By John DiMaggio?

    i'll just leave this here

    I'm of the mind voice actor John DiMaggio (Futurama, Adventure Time) should do a character in every show. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  2. After Futurama Ends Tonight, Check Out This Nerdist Livestream With The Cast and Crew

    Oh! I've made myself sad.

    It's the last episode of Futurama ever tonight -- for real this time. What will you do with yourself once it's over? If you're like us, you'll probably head over to Youtube to watch Nerdist's Chris Hardwick interview series creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen, as well as other members of the creative team and cast. We've got the feed waiting for you right here.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Steampunk Ghostbusters & Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

    Things We Saw Today

    Out of GenCon this weekend - Steampunk Ghostbusters cast. It's Stay Puft's monocle that makes it. (via CapSteveRogers)

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  4. Shut up and Take My Money! Somebody Made A Holophonor from Futurama

    Only a few people in the whole universe can play that -- and they're not very good at it.

    Ever wanted to tell your one-eyed girlfriend how much you love her, but without all those annoying words that get tangled up in your dumb 20th century brain? The holophonor would be able to help you with that -- you know, if it were real. One lucky client of Volpin Props is going to get pretty close, though, with this amazing replica of the Futurama prop.

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  5. Self-Taught Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Characters And Celebrities

    eye candy

    Emma Pickles isn't the only makeup artist that's wowed us with her skill: meet Carly Paige, a Montreal-native with an incredible talent for using makeup to become any number of famous figures in pop culture: everyone from Mystique to Pee-Wee Herman! Though for now she's working in a Sephora, you can tell it won't be long before she's living her dream of doing makeup for movie sets. Don't believe us? Check out this gallery of her work! It's guaranteed to impress.

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  6. That Time Finn & Jake Were On Futurama [VIDEO]

    Oh Mah Glob Guys

    We were hoping for more when we first heard about this but short and sweet is good, too. (via Kotaku) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Futurama And Adventure Time Are About To Get A Canonical Crossover. Mathematical!

    Oh Mah Glob Guys

    You read that right: Futurama is about to get some Jake-the-Dog and Finn-the-Human in an upcoming episode of the final season of the show. This is not a drill, I repeat, this is not a drill, nor is this wishful fan art! Voice actor John DiMaggio (who plays both Bender and Jake) certainly has his work cut out for him. Did they have him switch back and forth? Did he ever get the two voices confused? I kind of hope they made him do it all at once. Previously in Futurama

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  8. Probably Not Drift Compatible: Seven Fantastic Examples of Technobabble

    A selection of defining uses of technobabble in sci-fi and beyond

    Technobabble -- the scientific-sounding gibberish that scientist characters spew in every episode of Star Trek -- is the dilithium crystal in the warp engine that makes science fiction run. It can get to ridiculous levels. Ron Moore steered clear of it in Battlestar Galactica because his Trek scripts filled up with [INSERT TECH HERE], but ultimately it's hard to get by without it. Technobabble generally does make sense on a superficial level, since there's so much speculative science out there that there's bound to be a field related to whatever the story requires. For better or for worse, take a look at the greatest ways technobabble has been put to use.

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  9. Good News, Everyone: Watsky Wrote a Spec Script for Futurama That You Can Read Right Now

    Too bad it will never get produced! Oh... I made myself sad.

    Putting together spec scripts for already-existing television shows is a great way for young and budding television writers to practice their skills -- kind of like fanfic that you can use to get a real job. Too bad rapper and slam poetry sensation George Watsky doesn't have a whole lot of time to get his Futurama spec script in the hands of producers, what with the show set to end at the beginning of September. In order to not deprive the world of his self-proclaimed magnum opus, he put the whole thing up on his website for us all to read instead. What a great headache with pictures he had!

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Anyone Can Become a Thyme Lord With the Right Apron.

    Things We Saw Today

    Whip up some fish fingers and custard with souffle for desert in this Eleventh Doctor apron from Forbidden Planet, or check out the Tenth Doctor version via That's Nerdalicious.

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