Seymour the Dog Is Returning to "Futurama," But You Might Not Like Who Is Voicing Him
Pajiba has been around for nine years now, believe it or not, and during that time, there is several things I can always count on from our readership: Bitter divisiveness over Love, Actually, gobs of page views for posts with Buffy in the header, unanimous praise for the "Six Feet Under" finale, a heated difference of opinion over which is the better "West Wing" scene -- the one from "Two Cathedrals" or the Bible quotes scene -- and, of course, that any list of television episodes that make you cry MUST include "Jurassic Bark" from "Futurama." Even mention it, and half our readership will burst into tears.
That was a season four episode way back in November of 2002.
Well, Seymour is coming back, as part of the final season of "Futurama," and an August 14th episode will feature Seymour's first and only spoken dialogue. The question is, will your opinion of "Jurassic Bark" be tainted by the knowledge of the voice that's been inside the dog's head the entire time?
Because that dialogue will be delivered by the voice of Seth MacFarlane.
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