With Futurama on it's final run of episodes (the show will be ending in September), at the SDCC panel for the Simpsons executive producer Al Jean confirms the two shows will crossover in either the season finale in May or season premiere in September of 2014.
Entertainment Weekly got the scoop on what the plot of the episode will be about. It'll involve Bender going back in time to kill Bart Simpson, for a deed the later does that makes the future really, really, really, really, crappy. Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, Phil LaMarr, and Maurice Marche will all reprise their roles from the show.
This just adds to the crossover animation hijinks 2014 will bring us as we already learned that Family Guy will also be crossing over with the Simpsons as well. What next? King of the Hill meets Family Guy meets American Dad? Wait a second....
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