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The First Five Minutes of Get Him to the Greek David Mamet Worked With Funny Or Die For Some Reason
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Many parents attempt to craft future geniuses, introducing infants to Tolstoy or Mozart, ignoring the fact that babies learn to crawl before they can walk. Hey, crazy parents, start your newborn off with something simpler, like Michael Crichton or Yo Yo Ma. Speaking of geniuses, an upcoming episode of Futurama called The Duh-Vinci Code is based on the work of an unparalleled genius; Dan Brown. For those unlearned among you, Brown is famous for writing a book about the historical figure Leonardo DaVinci Code. Here's a prop design of a mysterious invention featured in the episode.

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The one-hour season premiere of Futurama airs Thursday, June 24 at 10pm / 9c.



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