The biggest Futurama moment of this year’s broadcast season?
It’s probably the one that made fans cry with joy.
A teaser for the Futuramix show, which is set in the fictional universe of “Futurology” , was released to the Internet on Monday.
The show has been one of the most anticipated shows of the fall, but fans weren’t quite ready to see the whole thing, and some even started crying.
In the teaser, we see a “Furret” who’s “lucky” enough to have an awesome “promotional” credit card.
But then the credits roll, and it’s clear the card was only meant to be used to get into the Futurologic store.
“FuTur, it’s my card!” cries one character, as a man walks out with the card.
“This is what you get for being an idiot!” cries another.
And that’s it.
Futurumix.com posted the teaser and caption on Twitter, but it wasn’t until someone noticed that the card’s image looked like it had been drawn by a fan.
“What’s the story?” the tweet read.
You are a Futuraman.
You have an amazing card.
The card is from your favorite Futurahmix!”
It’s been a long, hard road for the creators of Futurime.
In early November, the site was shut down for maintenance, and its creators decided to shut down the site completely to give their fans a break.
The site has since been restored, and has a new name, Futurame.com, with the title “a new site for Futuramas, but the same fans.”
But when the Futurtumix page was taken down, fans immediately got excited.
They went on to create a new website, Futuro-Amix.org, which included the card teaser, and also featured a number of images of the card, which was quickly shared on Twitter and Facebook.
In the Twitter caption, fans shared a video of the “Fury of the Futumix” card, and wrote: “So happy you got the credit for it.
So happy for the fans.
You made the first one cry.
And then you made the fans cry.
You got all the fans.”
While fans of Futuurime were happy with the credit, they weren’t happy about the card being a Futuristic.
“We were all in shock,” the Twitter user who originally posted the card caption told Mashable.
“When Futuromix got shut down, we had to go back and do the same thing again.
The fans were going crazy over it.
We were all like, ‘We should have made a Futuroamix page, we should have gotten all the credit.’
It was all about the fans, so why did it have to be an FTM card?”
Futuurame creator Ken Sugimori tweeted that the credit was a mistake, and that the site will not be returning to the airwaves anytime soon.
“The card was not a Futuuri-related one,” Sugimor wrote.
“I would like to thank all the Futuurs for their support of this show.
But please keep an eye out for Futuurtime when it returns.”