Law and Oracle

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Season 6 episode
Broadcast season 8 episode
Law and Oracle
Concept art of the police station's future crimes division, released by Countdown to Futurama.
Production number6ACV16
Written byJosh Weinstein
Directed byN/A
Title captionN/A
First air dateTBA
Broadcast numberS08E04
Title referenceLaw & Order, or the phrase "law and order"


Season 6
  1. Rebirth
  2. In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela
  3. Attack of the Killer App
  4. Proposition Infinity
  5. The Duh-Vinci Code
  6. Lethal Inspection
  7. The Late Philip J. Fry
  8. That Darn Katz!
  9. A Clockwork Origin
  10. The Prisoner of Benda
  11. Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences
  12. The Mutants Are Revolting
  13. The Futurama Holiday Spectacular
  14. The Silence of the Clamps
  15. Möbius Dick
  16. Law and Oracle
  17. Benderama
  18. The Tip of the Zoidberg
  19. Ghost in the Machines
  20. Neutopia
  21. Yo Leela Leela
  22. Fry Am the Egg Man
  23. All the Presidents' Heads
  24. Cold Warriors
  25. Overclockwise
  26. Reincarnation
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"Law and Oracle" is the one hundredth and fourth episode of Futurama, the sixteenth of the sixth production season and the fourth of the eighth broadcast season.


Fed up with his go-nowhere job, Fry joins the police force.[1]


Comedy Central's Countdown to Futurama began releasing promotional material for the episode in May 2011. It has so far released two items: concept art of the police station's future crimes division on 20 May and part of the storyboard showing Fry be pranked by Ipgee, Terry and Lou on 21 May.

Promotional material

Additional Info


  • The title is a parody of the long-running NBC legal drama television series Law & Order.
  • The concept of trying people for crimes committed in the future was a major plot point of the 2004 film Minority Report (film)


  • A reference to Space Pilot 3000 is shown, with Fry once again delivering a pizza to a prank name at the cryogenics laboratory.


(In alphabetic order)