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{{update|{{w|Writers Guild of America Award}}s nomination, {{december}} [[2013]] [http://www.facebook.com/mike.rowe.33633/posts/10202787082342021]; <br> [[Annie Awards]] [[2014]] [http://annieawards.org/nominees/]}}
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|surname    = Morton
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|profession = Writer<br>Producer<br>Supervising producer
 
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'''Lewis Morton''' was a writer for ''[[Futurama]]'', but left during the 4th season but returned during the 6th season.  He and [[Ken Keeler]] are the most proflic writers on the show with nine episodes each.  
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'''Lewis Morton''' is a writer and producer for ''[[Futurama]]''.  He was credited as a producer for [[Season 1]], and as a supervising producer for [[Season 2]] and [[Season 3]].  He wrote ten episodes of the [[original run]] and returned as a writer for [[Season 6]].
  
===Episodes written by Lewis Morton===
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== Episode credits ==
*{{elink|1ACV08|A Big Piece of Garbage}}
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=== As writer ===
*{{elink|1ACV13|Fry and the Slurm Factory}}
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*{{e|1ACV08}}
*{{elink|2ACV02|Brannigan, Begin Again}}
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*{{e|1ACV13}}
*{{elink|2ACV08|Raging Bender}}
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*{{e|2ACV02}}
*{{elink|2ACV14|Mother's Day}}
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*{{e|2ACV08}}
*{{elink|3ACV01|Amazon Women in the Mood}}
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*{{e|2ACV14}}
*{{elink|3ACV09|The Cyber House Rules}}
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*{{e|3ACV01}}
*{{elink|3ACV18|Anthology of Interest II}} ([[Anthology of Interest II#Act I: I, Meatbag|I, Meatbag]])
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*{{e|3ACV09}}
*{{elink|4ACV06|Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television}}
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*{{e|3ACV18}} {{small|("[[Anthology of Interest II#Act I: "I, Meatbag"|I, Meatbag]]")}}
*{{elink|6ACV09|The Late Philip J. Fry}}
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*{{e|4ACV06}}
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*{{e|6ACV07}}
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*{{e|7ACV20}}
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*{{e|7ACV24}}
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=== As producer ===
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*{{e|1ACV01}}
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*{{e|1ACV02}}
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*{{e|1ACV03}}
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*{{e|1ACV04}}
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*{{e|1ACV05}}
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*{{e|1ACV06}}
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*{{e|1ACV07}}
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*{{e|1ACV08}}
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*{{e|1ACV09}}
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*{{e|1ACV10}}
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*{{e|1ACV11}}
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*{{e|1ACV12}}
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*{{e|1ACV13}}
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{{appear-end}}
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=== As supervising producer ===
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{{appear-begin}}
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*{{e|2ACV01}}
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*{{e|2ACV02}}
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*{{e|2ACV03}}
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*{{e|2ACV04}}
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*{{e|2ACV05}}
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*{{e|2ACV07}}
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*{{e|2ACV08}}
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*{{e|2ACV09}}
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*{{e|2ACV10}}
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*{{e|2ACV11}}
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*{{e|2ACV12}}
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*{{e|2ACV13}}
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*{{e|2ACV14}}
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*{{e|2ACV15}}
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*{{e|2ACV16}}
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*{{e|2ACV17}}
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*{{e|2ACV18}}
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*{{e|2ACV19}}
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*{{e|3ACV01}} {{small|(also songwriter for "[[List of song performances#Leela|Leela]]")}}
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*{{e|3ACV02}}
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*{{e|3ACV03}}
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*{{e|3ACV04}}
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*{{e|3ACV05}}
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*{{e|3ACV06}}
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*{{e|3ACV07}}
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*{{e|3ACV08}}
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*{{e|3ACV09}}
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*{{e|3ACV10}}
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*{{e|3ACV11}}
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*{{e|3ACV12}}
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*{{e|3ACV13}}
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*{{e|3ACV14}}
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*{{e|3ACV15}}
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*{{e|3ACV16}}
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*{{e|3ACV17}}
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*{{e|3ACV18}}
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*{{e|3ACV19}}
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*{{e|3ACV20}}
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*{{e|3ACV21}}
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*{{e|3ACV22}}
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{{appear-end}}
  
 
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[[Category:Crew]]
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[[Category:Producers]]
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[[Category:Supervising producers]]
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[[Category:Writers]]

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Writers Guild of America Awards nomination, December 2013 [1];
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Lewis Morton is a writer and producer for Futurama. He was credited as a producer for Season 1, and as a supervising producer for Season 2 and Season 3. He wrote ten episodes of the original run and returned as a writer for Season 6.

Episode credits[edit]

As writer[edit]

As producer[edit]

As supervising producer[edit]