You may know Maurice LeMarche from his work in every single cartoon made since the year 1985. You may also know him as the voice of Kif, Morbo, Lrr and a ton of other characters on Futurama. What you might not know though, is Maurice LeMarche is a human being who does interviews.
My favorite moment is Morbo in "Three Hundred Big Boys" when his wife is adjusting his tie and he says "I will destroy you." Lrrr would never do that. Even though he's a king and a world-conqueror, he has all the same problems we all have, which I think is the message of Futurama on the whole. Technology may improve, things may change, but people are still basically the same schmucks. We all have the same problems. That's kind of a reassuring message.
That's a really good message! Although, there already was a show set in the distant future with the same message, and it was called Blossom. Few people know Blossom was actually set in the year 4,000 A.D., three hundred years after wearing matching articles of clothing was banned.
You should go ahead and read the rest of the interview here. After the jump, I posted a video interview we did with Maurice a year ago.