Futurama: “Kif Gets Knocked Up A Notch”/“Leela’s Homeworld” Review - AVClub

AVClub: This episode marks the third (I think?) use of Kif and Amy’s relationship as a story engine, and, unlike the last time (“Where The Buggalo Roam”), this one turns out pretty good. At the very least, it makes an effort to deal with Kif and Amy in a way that’s unexpected, surprisingly heartwarming, and more than a little disgusting. But it’s hampered by a structural choice which, while allowing for a big surprise in the final act, takes focus away from the one character who has anything resembling an arc in the story.

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