Robots podcast interviews Futurama head writer David X. Cohen

Robots podcast interviews Futurama head writer David X. CohenThe kids at the Robots podcast have released a pretty enjoyable interview with Futurama executive producer and head writer David X. Cohen, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t make sure you had a chance to check it out. Are you ready for some frank discussion of the role of robots on television, Cohen’s vision of the future, and any other number of geeky and / or hilarious subjects? Hit up the source link.

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