|First appearance||"That's Lobstertainment!" (3ACV08)|
Daily Variety is a newspaper deriving of the Variety magazine based in Los Angeles that was founded by Sime Silverman in the year of his death as a result of the rise of the importance of the motion-picture industry. In 3001, it covered at least three different topics, and cost $2.50 (3ACV08).
- The announcement of the Osc Noms.
- The announcement of the Oscar Nominations.
- The NAAPC's complaint of low computer hirings.
- "Fox Exex Bax Sex Pix, Flix Lax Crux Bux, Stox Sinx, Ax Prex".
- The NAAPC is a play on the acronyms "NAACP" and "PC".
- The "Fox Exex..." headline is a reference to "Sticks nix hick pix", a famous headline printed in the Variety on 17 July, 1935.
- The headline breaks down thusly: "Fox Execs Backs Sex Pics, Flicks Lacks Crux Bucks, Stocks Sinks, Ax Prex." In other words, "Fox executives back pornographic films which lack crucial money, stock sinks, the Fox President is fired."