Futurama Easter Egg - Matt Groening in a Jar

1. Watch the Pilot episode.
2. When Bender and Fry are running from the two cops, they run into the Celebrity Head Museum.
3. When they go behind the shelf, the camera pans right.
4. Look to the right of Bender and Fry, you'll see Matt Greoning's(Creator of the show) head in one of the jars for a second.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 09-07-1999
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In this shot, Lela has just chased Fry and Bender into the Head Museum. As she look around the museum for the two of them, you see Matt Groenings head in one of the jars. (the creator of Futurama)
In this shot, Lela has just chased Fry and Bender into the Head Museum. As she look around the museum for the two of them, you see Matt Groenings head in one of the jars. (the creator of Futurama)

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Pez Witch writes:
You have to pause it but they've also got David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Dennis Rodman, several supermodels and Steven Spielberg.
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cellery99 writes:
The whole point of the head museum is that it is full of celebs from the past, so there have to be some recognisable faces.
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amber writes:
Why do so many people post hidden eggs regarding the Simpsons and Futurama. Both shows intentionally spoof all forms of media and most of these eggs are OBVIOUS attempts to draw attention. Similarly someone thought to post that 'random task' (austin powers) is a clever reference to 'odd job' (james bond) ... what the F*** ... it's not a hidden egg, it's obvious to fans. If Matt Groening's head in a jar is an egg then each episode of Futurama and the Simpsons could have 50 eggs per episode. In my opinion a truer 'egg' would be the fact the giant head statue (gift from mr. burns) appears at a garage sale and in the Simpsons' basement - at least that requires the fan to know the history of the item. Sort of like the fact we now see a giant mansion across the street ever since the president Bush episode. I appreciate the fans noticing the little nods to alternate media - but save it for a discussion forum, don't post it as an egg. Just my two cents.
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