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2:58, 1980. A cartoon trip into the future as told by a guy born in the future, 2000. Instead of a mom he has a monitor. He joins a commune, commits computer crime but is cured with drug therapy, has an affair with his own clone, dabbles in life-style scenarios, suffers from Alzheimer's, then finally chooses self-termination. It's "quick and painless, like everything else these days." Written by George Griffin, voice by Marshall Efron. Originally produced as a sequence for a short-lived PBS documentary program, "Cover Story.”

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