Robot Chicken Synopses  

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Television episode
Title Junk in the Trunk
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Optimus Prime
Season 1
Episode 1
Airdate February 20, 2005
Production 102
Writer Doug Goldstein
Tom Root
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Next Nutcracker Sweet

Junk in the Trunk is the pilot episode of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

wiki-macro(Plot,date=May 2008) Bush Message

President George W. Bush approves this message: "Tacos rule." This phrase, or variations thereof, becomes his catchphrase on the show.

Santa Crash

Santa Claus crashing down through chimney.

Public Service Announcement

Rachael Leigh Cook's "This is Your Brain on Drugs" public service announcement with a much different ending. Not only are the effects of drugs taking to a more dramatic extreme, Cook ends up plummeting from a high ledge and dying horribly.

Teletubby smoking

A Teletubby with an erect penis on his head is shown smoking.

Cancer Pt. 1

An episode of Transformers in which Optimus Prime has prostate cancer. Optimus has to use the restroom frequently, and sees blood in his urine. Dr. Ratchet diagnoses the cancer, and Optimus finally dies in the hospital, transforming into his own casket. The episode turns out to be a dramatization and ends with a public service announcement by Optimus (who is still alive).

"One Sided Fistfights"

Coming soon, a new reality television series "The World's Most One-sided Fistfights Caught on Film!"

Wizard of Oz

A clip of Oz with Scarecrow from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The scarecrow is "disemboweled" by a shank used by another inmate.

Cancer Part 2

Continuation of the Transformers skit with The Human Torch in a doctor's office complaining that "It burns when I pee", followed by Optimus Prime saying, "What did I just tell you?!".

X-span Request Live

A cross between Total Request Live and C-SPAN.

I'm so hungry

"I'm So Hungry" joke goes very badly.

Bloopers!

The TV show Bloopers taken to a new level!

Various 'actors' are shown in 'outtakes', such as William Shatner being hit in the testicles.

At the end, the host hangs himself.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to hit his tail with a hammer.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyJunkinthe_Trunk

Trivia

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Television episode
Title Nutcracker Sweet
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Voltron getting served.
Season 1
Episode 2
Airdate February 20, 2005
Production 105
Writer Doug Goldstein
Tom Root
Seth Green
Mike Fasolo
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Junk in the Trunk
Next Gold Dust Gasoline

Nutcracker Sweet is the second episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Seth Green and Me

Little girl's crayon drawing of her being married to Seth Green.

Giraffes and trains don't mix

Giraffe getting run over by a train.

Hey! Kool-Aid

The Kool-Aid Man getting cracked with a baseball. His famous catchphrase is changed to "Oh no!".

You Got Robo-Served

Voltron faces off an enemy
a la You Got Served-style to a parodied version of DMX's "Get it on the Floor".

Stalin and Me

Little girl's crayon drawing of her being married to Stalin.

Protection?

A spoon and a knife sneak away to a cheap hotel, the spoon hoping that the knife brought protection.

Barney

Kids crying around a Barney spoof.

"Secrets of the Animal Kingdom"

"Secrets of the Animal Kingdom" presents several short documentaries:

"The Mongoose: Nature's Assassin"

Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Mongoose: Nature's Assassin" He may be small, but he's one of the fiercest killers in the animal kingdom. He's precise and deadly - especially on a grassy knoll in Dallas.

"The Hyena: Nature's A**hole"

Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Hyena: Nature's A**hole" No animal is immune from the tormenting cackle of the hyena.

"The Lemming: Nature's Retard"

Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Lemming: Nature's Retard". Multiple examples are given: Jumping over a cliff, running into oncoming traffic, jumping into a blender while yelling "Freedom", contemplating unprotected sex.

"I Have Big Boobs"

Woman wearing a t-shirt saying "I Have Big Boobs"

Pattycake

Moses & Jesus playing Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man

Harry Potter

Harry Potter has an accident with his broom.

Disney Attacks

After his death in 1966, Walt Disney's head is removed and kept alive under Mount Matterhorn. Disney turns into a Cuban kid-eating cyborg and destroys part of Cuba in order to get Eli'an Gonz'alez back. Disney is killed by Fidel Castro, who shoots Eli'an because he loves "doing that!"

Evil postal workers

Postal worker going through mail and throwing it away.

4 Sale, Baby Vampires

A man sits on a sidewalk with a cardboard box full of baby vampires.

Confusing signage

Man presented with two doors, which cause conflict: "Do Not Enter" and "Please Use Other Door".

"Ode to the Nut Shot" Suite

"Ode to the Nut Shot" Suite, set to the 1812 Overture, featuring lots of guys getting hit in the testicles in various ways. Featuring, either as victim or attacker: the Pope, King Kong, King George III, George Washington, George W. Bush, Mahatma Gandhi, Dracula.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

References & External links

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Television episode
Title Gold Dust Gasoline
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption An alien pulls down the pants of an unsuspecting victim.
Season 1
Episode 3
Airdate March 6, 2005
Production 106
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Nutcracker Sweet
Next Plastic Buffet

Gold Dust Gasoline is the third episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

wiki-macro(Plot,date=May 2008) Heart Attacks

An old man, laughing at the heart attack of another, falls victim himself.

I Have Millions of These!

Dr. Patchet, sitting behind his desk, lights $100 bill on fire, saying, "I have millions of these!"

Noah's Rejects

The animals Noah left behind try to survive the flood in their very own ark. Those left behind include unicorns, dragons, cyclops, and minotaurs. A mermaid and merman laugh at their rickety ship, a dragon, however, gets his revenge by biting the head off the mermaid. Noah, explaining why they were left behind, says, "God hates freaks", and then goes to eliminate the pixie fairies who were accidentally let on board.

Close Encounter of the Pantsed Kind

An alien, disembarking his spaceship, simply pulls down the pants of an unsuspecting man, before reembarking in triumph.

Thirsty

A man drinks a bottle of drain cleaner with no ill effects.

Ape Smells Finger

Ape smelling finger gets horrible surprise.

Heart Attacks - part 2

The two men who had heart attacks, are now joined by about ten others lying dead on the ground. Another man is about to join them.

Roof Jumper

A boy jumps off the side of a building only once he hits the ground the impact causes his skull and torso to shoot out.

That '00s Show

Enjoy instant nostalgia with "That '00s Show."

Bring Out Your Dead

A bell-ringing Santa Claus, doesn't say "Ho, ho, ho" any longer. "Bring out your Dead" is his new saying.

Dodgeball

The ravages of this childhood scourge are briefly brought to light.

Chess Morality

One pawn admits that he's not about to die for some cause he doesn't believe in - just as he's moved across the board.

Disturbing Graph

A sales graph showing dismal returns causes upset to this executive.

"The Best Cowboy"

Mrs. McNally's third-graders produce an animated abomination in "The Best Cowboy." It is essentially a very poor claymation with simplistic characters, and the plotline hardly makes any sense at all. A spoof of a badly done claymation done by school children.

Inept Trapeze Artist

A trapeze artist plummeting to his death gets mild applause for his efforts.

3 Fast 3 Furious

Dominic Toretto enters the world's most famous cars race in "3 Fast 3 Furious." The decapitated Ponch wins the race. J.J. McClure and Victor Prinzim (the two mysterious people that Dominic talked to earlier in the segment) arrive to award him the gift basket from Omaha Steaks and a $50 gift certificate from Best Buy. When Headless Ponch drops the basket, Dominic Toretto takes the basket without anyone noticing.

Outtakes

During the credits, outtakes from 3 Fast 3 Furious are shown with bad takes of hours of recording with Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLuise.

Cast/Voice Actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to whack a beehive with a stick.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyGoldDustGasoline

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Television episode
Title Plastic Buffet
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Chucky takes on the cutesy Lettuce Head Kids.
Season 1
Episode 4
Airdate March 13 2005
Production 108
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Gold Dust Gasoline
Next Toyz in the Hood

Plastic Buffet is the fourth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Wealthy & Successful

Guy driving in his convertible, talking on his cell phone, says, "Yeah, I'm wealthy and successful - fantastic!"

You're Going Down, Devil

A nun arm wrestles the devil.

Seacrest, Out! (Part 1)

Ryan Seacrest offers his catchphrase at the end of an episode of American Idol.

Unfortunate Burglar

A burglar, scaling the outside of a building using suction cups is shocked when a nude resident turns on the lights.

Se~nor Clean

Se~nor Clean helps a stay-at-home dad clean up the kitchen, and then helps himself to dad.

Seacrest, Out! (Part 2)

Variations on the theme: Seacrest, striking out at a baseball game, now hears the catchphrase in a different light.

The Usual Wedgie

A kid getting a wedgie at school is ultimately non-plussed by his predicament.

Meteorgeddon

America, voting by calling a special 800 number, decides not to send highly trained astronauts into space, but instead, to send Harrison Ford and Aerosmith into space to take out a killer asteroid in "Meteorgeddon." However, Ford, Aerosmith and the other astronauts are killed by the meteor because they didn't use the brakes. The meteor destroys the world.

Clown Car Accident

Never have an accident with a clown car. No matter how small, the car is packed with them - and they're angry.

Buffy: Season 8

Chucky from Child's Play takes on the cutesy Lettuce Head Kids in the opening to season 8 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Give Me the Boobies!

A frustrated college student screams at this computer "Give Me the Boobies!"

Seacrest, Out! (Part 3)

Variations on the theme: Seacrest, now dressed in a flowery frock, is out.

The Fourth Annual Winter Pet Games

Household animals take to the slopes for the skiing competition. Animals include a poodle, rabbit, cat, pig, goat, and a Golden lab. Mr. Muggs wins, even though it's just his carcass that crosses the finish line.

Centaur Tailor

No pants with the jacket, please.

Inept Magician

Pulling only the head of the rabbit out of the hat is not a sign of competence.

Behind the Music: Electric Mayhem

The Muppet Show's band The Electric Mayhem is spotlighted in "Behind the Music: Electric Mayhem."

Even though they had a five year stint on The Muppet Show Dr. Teeth and his band fall on hard times after it is canceled. They play at Chuck E. Cheese's kids' parties, bar mitzvahs, and even offer music lessons.

Their comeback hopes were set on their appearance on Star Search, but when Animal is insulted by Ed McMahon, he kills him. Animal is euthanized. Zoot is arrested in Tokyo with 37 pounds of hashish. Rowlf the Dog ends up playing in a piano bar.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is drinking a gallon of bleach. http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyPlastic_Buffet

References & External links

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Television episode
Title Toyz In The Hood
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Mr. Rogers deals with a stage hand.
Season 1
Episode 5
Airdate March 20, 2005
Production 110
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Plastic Buffet
Next Vegetable Funfest

Toyz In The Hood is the fifth episode of the TV series Robot Chicken. It first aired on March 20, 2005. The title is a reference to the movie Boyz N The Hood, and was one of the sixty working titles of Robot Chicken.http://www.iheartrobotchicken.com/VERSION2.0/about.html

Sketches

Opening

A monkey, similar in looks to Diddy Kong, rides a dog, wielding a lasso.

Fatty Sundae

A morbidly obese man is sitting at a restaurant table while trying to reach for his sundae, which is just inches away.

Teeth, Fairies, Boose and Murder...

The tooth fairy enters a little boy's room with a quarter to exchange for a tooth. Suddenly, a fight occurs outside his room where the boy's mother catches his father cheating, waking up the boy. The father murders his wife, and then the tooth fairy goes to confront the father and kills him. The fairy goes back to the boy, hands him his quarter, and tells him, "You be good now." Alternate ending 1

Instead of the tooth fairy killing the father, the father kills the tooth fairy. Then he goes to the boy with a bloody shirt telling him to pack his stuff because they are going to have a vacation in Disneyland. When the boy asks if his mom is coming, the father just replies "Disneyland!"' Alternate ending 2

The father kills the tooth fairy just as the police are arriving to the scene. The father refuses to drop his weapon because he killed the tooth fairy, and "you know when I drop a fairy, I'm just gettin' started, motherfucker!". He shoots at the police, who then shoot back. The father is taken by the police and the boy is left alone in his house. A moment later, a band, the tooth fairy, the boy's father, a Hawaiian dancer, and a man in a suit enter his room, give the boy a check, and tell him that this is "the darkest sketch in television history" and chant "darkest sketch darkest sketch" to the Robot Chicken ending theme.

Guy jumping over car

A teenage boy jumps over a car coming right at him, looks at his friends telling them "Did you see that?" Then another car drives over him while he is not watching the road.

Catch That Nuts!

A man proposes to his girlfriend, who then sneezes onto him. the snot is green.

The Last Straw

A zombie is carrying a human head, grunting. Then, he takes a large straw, puts it in the head, and drinks from it. Immature Pilots

An airplane is entering turbulence and the captain lets everyone know it's okay. A woman on her first flight is sitting next to a frequent flyer who lets her know that turbulence is normal. Then the captain comes on the PA again complaining that the co-pilot wont stop touching his steering wheel. The co-pilot comes on to argue that the wheel belongs to the airline, and he can touch it whenever he wants. The passengers start to worry, and the plane starts to lose control and plummets to the ground. Over the chaos, either the pilot or the co-pilot can be heard saying "stop hitting yourself" over and over.

Clown in Jail

A clown in costume is laughing, then jail bars slide shut in front of him, implying that the clown was thrown in jail. Plane Crash (Immature Pilots part 2)

A boy asks a chicken why he crossed the road the chicken says yes but before the chicken could answer the question the plane from the "Immature Pilots" sketch crashes into a barn behind them killing them.

Supervillains in traffic

Four villains (Skeletor, Cobra Commander, Mumm-ra and Lex Luthor) are stuck in traffic late for work. Skeletor who is driving, to the passenger protest, lets other cars by as a "common courtesy". Cobra Commander is annoyed by a mini-van in front of them. He sees they have an honor student at Fancher Elementary. He pulls out a voice recorder and says "Note to self: Blow up Fancher Elementary School!!" Lex Luthor, in the backseat, gets annoyed at two kids making faces and a sign saying "You smell" at him from a car next to them. He takes a gun and shoots their tires out, though Mumm-ra the says "You missed the kids.". Other annoyances in traffic include Skeletor farting while the windows are locked ("behold the gaseous stench of Skeletor's breakfast burrito!") superheroes jeering them from another lane and not being able to get over. After finally arriving at the parking lot, their space is taken by the superheroes, and Luthor tries to teleport to work, but ends up in the car with the annoying kids. When they recognize him, they start calling him names.

Sports Bar Birthday Party

A man and his friend are in a sports bar when the staff crowd around them and sing a birthday song. His friend pushes birthday cake to him, and he punches his friend in the face. Bloopers

A spoof off of the TV show of the same name. The first blooper is from The Today Show showing the host trying to read a news report as Spider-Man, Tarzan, and Al Roker dressed up as Tarzan swing into the window behind the news desk. The host of Bloopers comments this by saying "Someone get the Windex!" The next blooper was from Mister Rogers Neighborhood, when Mr. Rogers gets electrocuted off the trolley tracks and gets someone to help fix it, saying that the trolley tracks are too close to a lake. Mr. Rogers then dumps the man's head into the lake, telling everyone the problem is getting fixed. The next one the host claims is "The greatest blooper of all time!" It is a clip from a fake news program saying that Al Gore took the state of Florida and won the 2000 election. Everyone is celebrating when it cuts back to the studio and the host says "Oops!" Then a clip from CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is shown, with a coroner opening a body filled with toy snakes. He freaks out, and accidentally cuts himself on the knife. Another CSI clip shows a crime scene with a guy playing a dead body farting in the background, causing the investigators to crack up. Then some bloopers from sporting events are shown, including mascots beating up players, a pole vaulter being impaled by his pole, and people being thrown off stands, accompanied by music resembling John Fogerty's baseball-themed song, "Centerfield". The sketch, and the show, ends with the host overdosing on alcohol and prescription drugs.

Cast

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is sticking one hand into a blender while turning it on with the other.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyToyzinthe_Hood

External links

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Television episode
Title Vegetable Funfest
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption The Peanuts gang dancing with the devil.
Season 1
Episode 6
Airdate March 27, 1999
Production 111
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Toyz in the Hood
Next A Piece of the Action

Vegetable Funfest is the sixth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Farting the National Anthem

With the song Yankee Doodle Dandy in the background, a man dressed like Uncle Sam farts the National Anthem. He ends up crapping himself while doing it.

Snail Rides a Turtle

A snail enjoys the speed of a turtle, riding on its back.

It's Your Baby

A distraught woman claims "It's your baby", and Douglas is less than amused.

Chainsaw Surgeon

A surgeon, not satisfied with using regular scissors, opts for a chainsaw instead.

Spoilers

A man sitting in a leather chair in front of a fireplace states that instead of sitting through all of that "Hollywood crap", you can enjoy the excitement of a "twist ending" by watching just the spoilers.

Secrets of many films are given: :*The Crying Game :*Star Wars :*Sleepaway Camp :*The Village

After the clips he says he's just 3 ducks in a man costume.

That Was Close

Following the "twist endings" the stereotypical fruit stand that's usually hit during a movie car chase is spared. The vendor, however, is not, as he's hit with a safe being dropped on him.

Corndog Audience

A woman, eating a corndog has a highly interested audience of men.

Beavis and Butt-head Join Teen Titans

The Teen Titans, after losing a battle against a monster, decide to "strengthen" their roster by adding Beavis and Butt-Head. It naturally turns out for the worst, as Beavis and Butt-Head fail their only assignment, choosing to eat nachos instead of helping the Titans fight the monster. This sketch is not included in the Robot Chicken season 1 DVD, due to legal reasons with Mike Judge, but will be included in the second season DVD. (It was said that the episode would be on the season 2 DVD, but the sketch is nowhere to be found on the DVD.)

Hunting Dog Heart Attack

A hunting dog, scared by the hunter's shotgun blast, suffers a heart attack.

Sore Loser

An adult, losing a chess game to a child, overturns the game board, saying "Feh, you little bastard."

Nun & Bicycle

A nun contemplates a bicycle, especially after she takes off its seat.

Benny Hill Funeral

In a retrospective, we are taken back to witness Benny Hill's funeral - complete with silly chase scene, a spoof of Yakety Sax, and scantily clad women.

Served!

Two guys in a restaurant have the wait-staff yell "Served!" at them multiple times.

The Time of the Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin of Peanuts fame finally shows when Linus invokes it in a black magic ritual. The Great Pumpkin turns out to be not quite what he expected, and he screams in terror.

The next day Lucy and Charlie Brown are playing their usual game of football. Charlie decides at the last second to kick Lucy instead of falling for her usual trick ("That's for years of humiliation, bitch!"). The act causes Lucy to tumble into Linus' pumpkin patch, discovering his mutilated remains. The police are of no help to the children, mostly because they cannot decipher the adults' odd manner of speaking ("That 'wah-wah-wah' crap" as Charlie grumbles).

What is left of Linus is buried in his security blanket. Sally throws herself into the grave, and is buried by Pig-Pen. Marcie and Peppermint Patty console one another with a loving embrace and long kiss, much to Charlie's chagrin.

Meanwhile, the Great Pumpkin continues to eat and kill all of the children, and only Charlie Brown left. Fortunately, he is saved at the last second when the creature is finally vanquished by the Kite-Eating Tree. As Charlie thinks of his departed friends, we see the dead children, Snoopy, and Woodstock enjoying their "eternal rest", as they dance to Schroeder's piano playing in hell with Satan.

Cast/Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has doused himself in gasoline and is holding a lit match.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyVegetable_Funfest

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A Piece of the Action is the seventh episode of the first season of the comedy television series Robot Chicken.

Contents List of skits All suited up Will it hurt? Italian stereotypes Pimp My Sister Hairy lollipop We'll be dead soon Corporal punishment The Surreal Life A couple praying in front of a crucifix are shocked when the corpse yells, 'boo'. The boxing match is won by the kangaroo, who punches the monkey, flattening him against a tree. Exhausted Budget Theatre The epic battle of Alien vs Predator - a garden chess match. Good Catch Cast / Voice Actors Stoopid Monkey References & External links List of skits

All suited up

A man in a Hazmat suit rings the doorbell. Will it hurt?

A little girl, asks her doctor who is holding a huge syringe, "Will it hurt?" He replies, "Only if God hates you." Italian stereotypes

A pizza chef, quoting random Italian culinary words and tossing the pizza dough, has the dough shot through with holes by a stereotypical Italian mobster, also saying random Italian culinary phrases. Pimp My Sister

A spoof of Pimp My Ride, a little boy gets his wish to "pimp" his sister Amy. Amy, after receiving the attention of the pimping makeover team, sells her wares, under the tutelage of her little brother. Hairy lollipop

That's it, a kids reaction to a lollipop covered in hair. We'll be dead soon

Two seniors, sitting on a park bench, one says to the other, "We'll be dead soon" Corporal punishment

After giving the wrong answer in class, the offender is hit over the head by his teacher; breaking the stick! The Surreal Life

The gang, including:

A couple praying in front of a crucifix are shocked when the corpse yells, 'boo'. Ape vs. Kangaroo

The boxing match is won by the kangaroo, who punches the monkey, flattening him against a tree. Easter Bunny Rampage@

The Easter Bunny terrorizes children, throwing eggs and yelling, "You didn't think it would be that easy, did you?" Exhausted Budget Theatre

A spoof of Debbie Does Dallas using Popsicle-stick figures, the film is re-told with the world's cheapest puppets imaginable. @Alien vs Predator

The epic battle of Alien vs Predator - a garden chess match. Falling on the Moon@

What if Neil Armstrong fell down the ladder on the moon landing? Good Catch

The good dog fetches the Frisbee, even over a cliff. Sci-Fi Convention War

Star Wars and Star Trek fans collide at a sci-fi convention, when a screening room scheduling error is made. Cast / Voice Actors

The monkey is being cooked by an island native.1 References & External links


Television episode
Title The Deep End
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Wonder Woman, The Hulk, and Batman in "The Real World: Metropolis"
Season 1
Episode 8
Airdate April 10, 2005
Production 101
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
Guests
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Next S&M Present

The Deep End is the eighth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken. Production wise, this is the first episode of Robot Chicken, as it is shown first on the season 1 DVD, but for reasons unknown, Cartoon Network held off airing it.

Skit list

Curious George

Curious George's curiosity extends to forks and electrical outlets...

Horny White Rhino

What happens when a male rhinoceros mistakes a jeep full of people for a female rhinoceros?

The Real World: Metropolis

Seven of the world's greatest heroes stop being polite and start getting real in "The Real World: Metropolis."

The Superheros are:

Cats are Jerks

Cat trips man going down stairway.

Benjamin Franklin

Franklin shows off his martial arts moves.

Kill Bunny

In this "film trailer", Jesus Christ hunts down his greatest nemesis, the bunny, Tarantino / Kill Bill-style 2005 film, "Kill Bunny."

Sex Doll Abuser

A brief interlude, where a man beats his blow-up sex doll.

Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place

Icons from Star Trek and Tiger Beat alike unite for canned sitcom laughs in "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place." Starring Captain Kirk and Kirk Cameron and Khan Noonien Singh.

Who Poop Last?!

The hottest new game show from Japan is here: "Who Poop Last?!" Also, look for two Dragon Tales cameos.

Sex Doll Abuser 2

He's still beating up the blow-up sex doll.

Cow tipping

Bill Clinton shows his cow tipping techniques.

Zombie Idol

The legends of rock 'n' roll return from beyond the grave to haunt the "Zombie Idol" reality show hosted by Ryan Seacrest. Auditions included Tiny Tim, John Lennon and Darren Robinson. The performer of the evening was Bob Marley. The judges are Count Chocula, The Boo Berry ghost, and Frankenberry. Eventually, the zombies go crazy and Ving Rhames has to kill them all.

Cast / Voice Actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has just pulled the pin from a hand grenade.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyTheDeepEnd

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Television episode
Title S&M Present
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Joey Fatone & Mr. Miyagi
Season 1
Episode 12
Airdate April 17 2005
Production 112
Writer Seth Green
Mike Fasolo
Pat McCallum
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev The Deep End
Next Badunkadunk

S&M Present is the ninth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

Skit list

Decapitating teddy bears

The good old fashioned way, behind the barn with an axe.

Distracted figure skater

What happens when a figure skater is distracted by the crowd?

"Enter the Fat One"

After the other members of the band are gunned down by the Japanese Mafia, the last surviving member of 'N Sync, Joey Fatone, must avenge his murdered bandmates in a deadly martial arts tournament in "Enter the Fat One". He trains with Mr. Miyagi; assisting with the training are Scorpion, Sub-Zero,and Smoke as well as The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Hello Kitty.

Evil clown

An evil clown terrorizes children.

Scrambled cable

Check out a little scrambled porn on your 1980s-era cable box.

Cannibal cows

Two cows enjoy their friend, Jonathan, now hamburgers.

Pinata

A little hijo goes ballistic on his pinata.

Spelling Bee at the Apollo

A spelling bee done in the style of Showtime at the Apollo.

Exhibitionist

An exhibitionist's going to try his luck in the ladies' room.

The Twist

M. Night Shyamalan has endless fake-outs in store for viewers in "The Twist." The running gag/spoiler is that Shyamalan continually says 'what a twist', even when it isn't one.

Ring toss

Two nudist men enjoy a game of 'ring toss' with donuts.

Shop class gone awry

The shop teacher is surprised after complaining about one of the project, which turns out to work all too well.

Commuter's dream

Stuck in traffic, a motorcycle comes zooming between the lanes, what's a driver to do?

"Enter the Fat One", concluded

Joey enters the contest to avenge his bandmates; his first opponent is Hong Kong Phooey, #1 Super Guy, who he kills after playing on his doggy nature. His second opponent is Storm Shadow, who is distracted by having the same tattoo as Joey, and is exploded by Joey's punch. The third opponent is Great Mazinger who is brought down with his own rocket fists. The final opponent is Britney Spears, who accidentally killed N' Sync instead of her enemy REO Speedwagon. Her cadre includes Christina Aguilera, Avril Lavigne, Jessica Simpson, and Ashlee Simpson (who Britney announces as Jessica Simpson's sister). They merge together and fight Joey, who is possessed by the spirits of his deceased bandmembers. Joey defeats them by puncturing Mega-Britney's breast implants.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is holding a banana in his hand and a gun in his mouth.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeySMPresent

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Television episode
Title Badunkadunk
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption The Incredible Hulk and his twin Bill Bixby
Season 1
Episode 10
Airdate April 24 2005
Production 113
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev S&M Present
Next Toy Meets Girl

Badunkadunk is the tenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

Skit list

Falling Clown

Clown with defective parachute - "Happy Birthday Billy"

Bad Aim

When spear throwing goes wrong.

Card Puzzle

The man sitting at the table arranging cards says- "fagabeefe" This segment, along with the Leon segment, refers to the 1980 cult film, Midnight Madness.

Hollywood Spotlight

The roller-coaster celebrity life of the Hulk is profiled in "Hollywood Spotlight." 'Spotlight' followed the life of the Hulk as he grew up with his abusive father, his early career, and his awkward emergence into puberty. It was his role as the stunt double for Gumbo that led him to meet Bill Bixby - and they discovered they looked exactly alike! That led to CBS running the series The Incredible Hulk. But this led to an appetite for booze, babes, and blow. After the show was canceled, he whored himself by doing game shows and bit parts. He ultimately sold his name to Hulk Hogan. Years later, Ang Lee sought him out, and the two agreed on making Hulk - The Movie; which was reviewed as a 'gamma strength bomb'. After becoming a "born again Christian" he counsels inner city children with troubles.

Psycho Squirrel

Give a squirrel a machine gun, and it will inevitably ask - "Who's nuts now?"

Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch

Sabrina gossips with a girl while in the restroom.

Pinocchio copes

Pinocchio tells lies so he can break off his nose and use it for firewood.

Chappaqua Follies

Hillary Clinton finds Bill Clinton's horde of Monica Lewinski-look-alikes in the post-presidential residence.

Runaway wheelchair

Verdant pastures, rolling hills, and a wheelchair without brakes.

Interlude - Leon

A man pops out of the closet."Leon!" This segment also refers to the 1980 cult film, Midnight Madness.

Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch, Part 2

When Salem the cat asks for food, Sabrina cattily refuses.

Problems in the nest

Mrs. Robin gives Mr. Robin the boot - tossing golf clubs, the TV, and other necessities out of the nest.

How old are you?

A pedophille asks a girl how old she is, she says "13". He says "Perfect."

Eternia News Network

Port-a-Potty mistake

What happens when a side-loading garbage truck mistakes a Port-a-Potty for a trash bin?

Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch, Part 3

Three children, encountering Sabrina while trick-or-treating, and she "tricks" them by stealing their candy and dumping it in a river while saying "happy fuckin halloween."

"Where's Michael?"

Arriving in a gold-plated pumpkin coach at the Santa Barbara Courthouse, "Michael Jackson" is cheered on by his adoring fans. He is shocked, however, when the real Michael arrives in a spaceship with aliens. The real Michael was kidnapped by aliens after the theater accident and an impostor was left in his place... All as part of a plan to take over the world! The 'dance off' between the two ends in a draw, when a young boy picks up a gun, and confused as to the real Michael, is told by the "real" one, "To be safe, you must shoot us both." So, he does. The aliens, viewing this from their ship, are upset and confused, one asking the other, "How were we going to take over the planet with a white Michael Jackson anyway?" leading the other one to respond in realization of his mistake "Damnit, damnit, damnit, DAMNIT!"

Cast / Voice actors

Trivia

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Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is looking at a world history book upside-down.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyBadunkadunk

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Television episode
Title Toy Meets Girl
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption TiVo may not be your friend
Season 1
Episode 11
Airdate May 1 2005
Production 114
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Badunkadunk
Next Midnight Snack

Toy Meets Girl is the eleventh episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

No Tee Pee

A man is stranded in a public restroom without any toilet paper.

Watching You

A little boy, dressed up like a girl, confronts his father saying, "I learned it from watching you!"

:* This segment parodies an anti-drug Public Service Announcement. :* There is a Green Bay Packers football flag on the wall.

Shatner's Toupee

While William Shatner sleeps, his toupee leads a double life as an international secret agent.

Shazam!

A little boy tries the Shazam transformation, but the lightning bolt simply blows him to pieces.

Sam Leaps Into Paris

Sam from Quantum Leap, after reuniting a boy with his puppy, "leaps" into his next adventure... This time he's dressed in a skimpy black bra and panties, holding a video camera - and when he looks into a mirror, he discovers he's now Paris Hilton.

Billy's Questions

A teacher tells her class "There's no such thing as stupid questions" but adds on "except for Billy's questions" when she notices his hand raised.

Can We Handle the Truth?

Todd, just after telling his buddies he doesn't believe in the "whole Heaven and Hell thing" is run over by a bus. Todd finds out that heaven does exist. There's a few problems though, as the FAA is now allowing jets to fly through heaven's clouds. Upon reuniting with his grandma, his pedophile uncle Steve also appears. When Todd asks why he was let into heaven, Uncle Steve says that he and other people were into the stuff that the priests were into himself.

As Todd walks through heaven, he encounters John Wayne Gacy (who repented in prison and arrived in heaven), a crusader (who killed hundreds in the name of God), and even Adolf Hitler (who states "I'm just as surprised as you are" about being in Heaven). Todd confronts an archangel asking about the hipocracy in heaven (like Uncle Steve being in heaven and the serial killer getting in because he repented). The archangel stated that if he's going to complain about it, he can always send Todd back. Todd allows the archangel to do that. When Todd's friends were descibing the incident to the policeman that arrived at the scene of the hit-and-run. Todd re-inhabits his mangled body only until a disgusted policeman shoots the hideously mangled body again. One of Todd's friends and the policeman considered that ironic.

Newspaper in the Kisser

That paperboy has very precise aim - straight to the head!

Sam Leaps Into Paris (Part 2)

Sam is still trying to do his "good deed" to get out of Paris' predicament.

Big Trouble

Kurt Russell does some shopping for china.

:*This segment refers to the film Big Trouble in Little China

Love You TiVo

The downside of TiVo - a new Tivo owner loses his friends, his job... and finally the TiVo logo comes to life, leaves the TV and beats up the man's mother, who is trying to separate him from his new addiction.

:* Each time the TV screen is visible, we see a clip from The Incredible Adventures of the Olsen Twins, which had been produced but had yet to air.

It's Not a Tumor

Arnold Schwarzenegger is told by doctor, referring to a head x-ray that it's not a tumor.

:*This segment refers to the film Kindergarten Cop.

The Diary of Anne Frank

Hilary Duff's new film combines history and vacuous teen melodrama in an "updated" "The Diary of Anne Frank."

Baby in the Bulldozer

A woman reminds a man not to put the baby in the front-loader of a bulldozer.

West Nile Virus Rules

Two mosquitos, supping on some blood, comment that West Nile Virus rules.

Where Are They Now?

The fates of the greatest action figure toy lines of the past are exposed in "Where Are They Now?" with host Michael Moore. Here are the fates of the show characters below:

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

ThunderCats

Transformers

Soundwave the Transformer is now a port-a-potty.

G.I. Joe

The entire Cobra Commnader organization lost interest in their goal for global domination.

Other Facts

:* Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Beast-Man, Trap-Jaw and Prince Adam are from TV's Masters of the Universe. :* Lion-O, Panthro, Snarf and Cheetara are from TV's Thundercats. :* Panthro is incarcerated in prison cell #1138, a nod to the film THX 1138. :* Soundwave is from TV's Transformers. :* Destro, Cobra Commander, and Shipwreck are from TV's G.I. Joe. :* She-Ra is from TV's She-Ra: Princess of Power. :* Lion-O's trailer set was reused from the Kill Bunny segment. :* Destro being a used car salesman is ironic considering that Cobra Commander used to be a used car salesman in the old Marvel comics series. :* Prince Adam has a completely different voice then he does in Eternia News Network from Badunkadunk, just one episode earlier. :*The guard outside Panthro's prison cell is Erik Estrada from CHiPs.

Micheal Moore says that we should treat them with respect, while he is being serviced by She-Ra.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is running with scissors.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyToyMeetsGirl.

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Television episode
Title Midnight Snack
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption The Little People in 12 Angry Little People
Season 1
Episode 12
Airdate May 15 2005
Production 115
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Toy Meets Girl
Next Atta Toy

Midnight Snack is the twelfth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Randy the Oblivious Pizza Delivery Guy

Conan O'Brien stars as Randy! In this Episode, Randy is oblivious to the obvious sexual innuendos given by a voluptuous blonde, who attempts to pay for her pizza with sexual favors.

Battling Skeletons

If a skeleton loses its sword in a battle, an arm makes an excellent substitute.

Mr. Peanut

In police custody, he's about to crack.

"World's Most One-Sided Fistfights"

The World's Most One-Sided Fistfights" get wild at Mardi Gras - and they're more one-sided than ever. Snoop Dogg makes the scene, and gets sucker-punched.

Battling politicians

In debate, boring politicians make "Yo Mama" jokes.

"Educational Wrestling Federation"

"Buck McCoy" and former Secretary of Education Rod Paige announce the star-filled extravaganza...

Benjamin Franklin who was routed last week by the Wright Brothers is hungry for revenge! This week they return for a grudge match. Mahatma Gandhi resolves the conflict 'with a vengeance'.

What Color Are the Boobies?

A little boy drawing in a crayon book asks his mother "What color are the boobies?". His mother "shows" him.

Fig leafs

Eve's disappointed that Adam's fig leaf doesn't cover everything.

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey fulfills all her viewers' fondest wishes...almost. A pastrami sandwich is the first gift... The rest of the audience gets a new car - except the guy with the sandwich. An American Indian calls in and gets back the Louisiana Purchase, then tears down the St. Louis Arch. She also raises the dead. She is a bit shocked, however, when little Sally, from North Dakota, asks for her wish - that 'daddy stop hurting mommy'.

Disfigured Pirates

Hooks, peg legs, and an oddly placed ships wheel...

Dumplestiltskin

A man in a public restroom encounters the terror known as "Dumplestiltskin." Rod Serling of The Twilight Zone closes: "A creature not of your world - but a user of its bathrooms. When finished, it leaves behind terror - terror and a basketball sized chocolate mud baby... from the Twilight Zone"

Pommel Horse nightmares

Everything goes wrong for a gymnast, who misses the landing.

Births gone bad

An obstetrician's nightmare arises from the depths...

"12 Angry Little People"

12 Angry Little People deliberate a crime most heinous. The twelve angry men, naturally, includes a dog - who spoofs the O. J. Simpson trial. In the end, every dog has its day by killing everyone in court.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is being cooked by an island native again.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyMidnight_Snack

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Television episode
Title Atta Toy
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Apu and Abu Graib guard Lynndie England
Season 1
Episode 13
Airdate May 22 2005
Production 116
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Midnight Snack
Next Joint Point

Atta Toy is the thirteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Flip the Switch

A last minute pardon from the governor for a man condemned to death in an electric chair disappoints the gallery... who take a vote to "throw the switch" anyway!

Robot Wash

Showing the real reason that your washing machine makes all of those 'thumping' noises - and it isn't off balance.

Motorcycle cop's dream

An inverted loop in the pavement leads to roller coaster-like fun.

Total Request Live

A rabid fan, who gives a "whoo hooo" to just about everything, continues her euphoria after the show, in the taxi cab, in the subway, at home... until mom gives her a nice sedative injection.

In the opening shot look for the billboard photo of writer Mike Fasolo.

More Butter

Not satisfied with just his mayo a man in a restaurant orders more butter, and uses it to scrape the inside of the mayo container, and as a main course.

Robot, part 2

He's still at it.

"Ding Dong, King Kong"

The world's most famous monkey bursts loose on Skull Island in "Ding Dong, King Kong." An intrepid British explorer critiques the native builders within earshot of Kong, who follows his advice and just climbs over the feeble walls enclosing him.

Access Hollywood

Scandalous Hollywood news and gossip get the Pat O'Brien treatment. They include:

:*Religious Deities are joining the action in The Amazing Race - including Jesus Christ and Buddha. :*Fox Network owner Rupert Murdoch fires Matt Groening and promises "same show, brand new attitude this season. Appearing are: ::*Homer Simpson - ordering the French insulting Freedom Fries at the Kwik-E-Mart ::*Apu - who invokes his 'heathen god', and calls Homer a "fat, stupid american", then the Department of Homeland Security quickly takes care of him. He ends up in Abu Ghraib, naked and chained to Lynndie England. ::*Marge Simpson - who simply hopes Apu has learned his lesson :*Uh-oh! J Lo's new beau is a no go on the phone-o but take it from P. O. her new line of day glo faigo will make her fans say ho. :*Kirsten Dunst headache watch - day 3 :*Celebrity Birthdays ::*Different Strokes star Conrad Bain is 82 ::*Ron Jeremy is 69 ::*Fatty Arbuckle is 118. At least he would be, if he wasn't f--ing worm food. In your face, Fatty Arbuckle! You fat, filthy, f--k, f--k, f--k, f--k, fat, f--k, f--k. :*The winner of the "Win Russell Crowe's Trash" contest is announced.

A little help?

Janitor - ladder - disenfranchised student... does he help or just pull down the janitor's pants as he hangs from a light fixture?

Big Balls

Double entendre with a video twist.

I'm so fat

Every husband's dream response when his wife complains that "I'm so ugly... I'm so fat".

So, who does what now?

A rock, a piece of paper and a talking pair of scissors try to figure it out.

Hicks and pigs

A pig dressed up like a bride in its stall's worst nightmare - a hick dressed up like a groom who's going to consummate their union.

Robot, part 3

He's still at it.

Bird Learns

Daddy bird teaches his son the most important bird lesson - how to poop on things!

Ding Dong, King Kong, part 2

The British explorer continues his critique, opining that there "can't be just one Kong", as Kong's relatives climb the fence.

"Se7en"

The Smurfs are terrorized by a murderer who kills based on the seven deadly sins in "Se7en." # (Gluttony) "Baker Smurf" is stuffed in an oven, with cream filling - at 350o # (Vanity) "Vanity Smurf" has a comb and lipstick stuck in unidentified orifices # (Sloth) "Lazy Smurf" was horrifically mutilated in his Barcalounger # (Lust) "Chronic Masturbator Smurf" was found with his wang (penis) chopped off stuffed up his Smurf hole (anus). # (Greed) - not mentioned # (Wrath) - not mentioned # (Envy) - not mentioned (possibly Smurfette)

Horny Robot, part 4

This takes place after the credits.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to bite his own tail.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyAtta_Toy

References & External links

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Television episode
Title Joint Point
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Sailor Moon and a confused enemy
Season 1
Episode 14
Airdate June 16 2005
Production 117
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Atta Toy
Next Kiddie Pool

Joint Point is the fourteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Uncomfortable Robot

Where do robots with digestive problems go? The auto mechanic's, of course. It should be of note that the robot in this sketch is the same one who humped the washing machine in the previous episode.

A Lot of Pee

A man writes a "Dear John letter" in the snow - with his urine.

Sailor Moon Confronted (part 1)

Sailor Moon encounters a bone-chilling villain, who gets sexually aroused when she changes into her short-skirted Sailor Senshi costume.

Ribbed For Her Pleasure

One 'ruffled' potato chip brags to another that he's "Ribbed for her pleasure"... the other replies "big talk for a virgin".

A Date With Scarlett

A computer geek wins a date with The Island star Scarlett Johansson, as the winner of a radio-call in contest.

Dressed in a white tuxedo with "high water pants" and top hat, he meets her at a fast-food restaurant. Scarlet is disgusted - until the geek fights off two "terrorists". This leads to their dating, marriage, children... On his death bed, he admits that he staged the fight. Scarlet, in turn, admits that she is just a professional Scarlett Johansson impersonator - who is actually Raymond Dubonatello from Queens, New York.

This skit is subtitled at the end: :"For your Emmy Consideration - Robot Chicken"

Queen Beryl (Sailor Moon - part 2)

Her henchman, failing to destroy Sailor Moon, reports to Queen Beryl, gets 'turned on' when she yells at him. She sends bolts of lightning at his penis, which knocks him over.

"Welcome to the Terror Drome"

"Welcome to the Terror Drome", a parody of The Office, showcases inner-office machinations at the headquarters of G.I. Joe's nemesis Cobra. We get glimpses into various departments under Cobra Commander and Serpentor, including: Cloning - marketing - janitorial services - inter-office romances - training and re-education.

Date Rape

Prince Charming's kiss to Sleeping Beauty - noble gesture or date rape?

Sailor Moon (part 3)

After her diatribe, Queen Beryl finds that she herself inexplicably has an erection, leading her to remark, "Anime sure is weird."

Ray 2: Ray's Day Out - The Movie

Coming next Christmas, new comedy film, "Ray 2: Ray's Day Out", starring Ray Charles acting in a parody of Mister Magoo.

Mortal Kombat

A Mortal Kombat warrior shows what the real goal of pulling out an enemy's heart is - getting a hockey puck.

What Goes Around

A small boy burning ants with a magnifying glass is zapped by lightening on a cloudless day, with God laughing at him.

Rockem Sockem Robots

Two "life size" Rockem Sockem Robots playing the game of Rockem Sockem Robots (with two game-size robots), find out that there's a connection between game piece and player.

Top Ten Things Eddie Buttskin Should Never Say

David Letterman Top 10 list things "Eddie Buttskin" the animatronicteddy bear should never say: :10. If you die, could I have your room? :9. Me so horny, me love you long time. (Full Metal Jacket) :8. There's blood when I wipe. :7. I'm going to eat your face on TV, David Letterman... Upon hearing the last one David Letterman is left to remark "Wait, that's kinda specific." Eddie then keeps his word. Then Eddie Buttskin violently attacks David Letterman

Tasty Sample

Urine sample mistaken for lemonade? Or was it?

Monster Bullying

Dracula, The Wolfman and Frankenstein, bully The Mummy by grabbing bandages, spinning him around, and unraveling him.

"Blooper Central"

A spoof of "America's Funniest Home Videos" - the producers at "Blooper Central" highlight tragedies, including:

The Bloopers host commits suicide by suffocating himself with a plastic bag over his face.

Cast / Voice Actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is sticking his index finger up his nose and it comes out of an ear.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyJoint_Point

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Television episode
Title Kiddie Pool
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Kung fu Grandma
Season 1
Episode 15
Airdate June 12 2005
Production 107
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Joint Point
Next Nightmare Generator

Kiddie Pool is the fifteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Hip Hip Horray

A group of office workers offer up a cheer from their cubicles.

See-Saw

An overweight little boy sitting on one end of a See-saw, looks up, expectantly, for his playmate to return to earth.

Mission to Mars: Day 293

Astronaut #1 to astronaut #2: "I **** Hate You"

KITT's Day Out

Knight Rider's KITT gets a day out partying with the valet parking attendants from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. KITT gets drunk, high, washed by buxom lasses, and is finally returned to Michael Knight skewered by several trees - ultimately blowing up.

Mission to Mars: Day 312

Astronaut #1 to astronaut #2: "Stop farting"

My Toe

One camel, standing outside of a 'nudie bar', looking upwards, says to the other, "that looks like my toe."

Going to the Ball?

A policeman, having pulled over a Cinderella-type coach, ask the driver, "Where are you in such a hurry going to, the ball?" He then writes them a ticket and says "not anymore..."

Kung fu Grandma

Grandma, placed in a home against her will, tells her family that "everybody's trying to kill me". She's proven true after they leave, but also proves that she can handle the dozen or so seniors who attack her, showing her Kung Fu prowess.

Polar Bear Puke

What really happens when the Coca Cola bear drinks too much Coke.

Mission to Mars: Day 331

Astronaut #2 rapes astronaut #1.

"The Incredible Adventures of the Olsen Twins"

The Olsen Twins, now 18 years old, meet with their corporate handlers and learn that their "Mary Kate and Ashley in Moscow"" DVD hit #1, the "Olson Twins Tropical Toothpaste" was endorsed by the American Tooth Association - and one lucky guy just saved a ton of money just by switching to GEICO.

Getting a call from the mayor, they activate their super-powers (ala The Wonder Twins), Mary Kate taking the form of a giant eagle and Ashley taking the shape of a bucket of water. They are joined by Gleek and fly off on their mission.

The are sent to fight a fire-breathing dragon, and realize the reason that the dragon is angry is because he has a skin condition, and use mops to swathe him with "Olson Oil Skin Cream". After treating the condition, of course, they kill the dragon by pulling it's skull out of the body though the nose.

In the previews for the 'next exciting adventure (ala The Matrix) we see Mary Kate eating a sandwich.

Disfigured

A baby playing with blocks spells out disfigured",

Fiat Platypus

God, looking confused with a pile of random objects in front of him , including a bone, a black baseball cap, and a dodge ball, finally decides what to do with it all and makes the platypus.

There's a monster in My Closet

A little boy, complaining to his mommy that there's a monster in his closet, is even more scared to hear her response, as her eyes begin to glow red and she says, "I know."

KITT's Day Out - part 2

Michael Knight is given the diagnosis from the mechanic on KITT's condition... "he's dead". Michael is stoic about it, saying, "Eh, it's just a car."

Mission to Mars: Day 332

Astronaut #1 is simply stares in disgust at astronaut #2.

Unsolved Case Files: I, Rosie

I, Robot is spoofed, putting Rosie the Robot Maid from The Jetsons in the place of the robot from I, Robot. Rosie is accused of killing George Jetson. Will Smith is the detective - who knew George's death was no accident. One man, Mr. Spacely, speaks out for Rosie's innocence, citing the Three Laws of Robotics. Spacely also takes George's place in the Jetson home, quickly treating Jane as his new wife. Elroy is happy about his new dad, but Astro is suspicious. Spacely pacifies the dog. Judy is abducted by a Chinese restaurant. Mr. Cogswell claims out to be a robot as well, by performing the robot dance. While in the witness box at trial, Rosie proclaims her innocence, but the judge decides to play it safe, pulls a lever next to the bench, and Rosie is flattened in a huge machine press.

Next week on Unsolved Case Files: Jem

"Was she truly outrageous? Truly, truly, truly, outrageous?" the narrator says as Jem is shown peeing into a urinal, implying she may be a transsexual.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is climbing into the mouth of a crocodile.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyKiddie_Pool

Trivia

In the skit "Unsolved Case Files: I, Rosie"; the television says "George is in hell...with us."

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Television episode
Title Nightmare Generator
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Jaws revisited
Season 1
Episode 16
Airdate June 19 2005
Production 103
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Kiddie Pool
Next Operation: Rich in Spirit

Nightmare Generator is the sixteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Rappers in Heaven

Two rappers (Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur) meet in heaven, where they continue their Earthly feud, which naturally ends with them shooting one another... again.

Betsy Creates the Flag

George Washington turns to Betsy Ross to make the American flag.

Teddy Bear Love

One Teddy Bear hands another a flower.

Jared Breaks His Diet

Jared, runs into a bakery to use the restroom, passes out in the restroom, and gets locked in the bakery after closing hours. The temptation is unbearable, and Jared eats most of the food therein and turns back to his 425 lb self. The baker returns 10 minutes later, and finding the store ransacked, threatens to call the police. Jared has other ideas, however, as he walks over, breaks her neck, and runs out the door.

Missing Since Last Tuesday

News anchor reports that the Pope is missing since last Tuesday.

The timing on this was bad, as the episode aired on June 19 2005 and Pope John Paul II passed away on April 2 2005.

How Many Licks?

"How many licks does a Tootsie Pop have? We still don't know.

Bride of Frankenstein dumps her beau

The Bride of Frankenstein dumps Frankenstein's monster during dinner at a restaurant.

Unsolved Case Files: Claus & Effect

A parody of shows recreating murders and interviewing friends and witnesses, using characters from The Year Without a Santa Claus and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

Santa is found dead, frozen in a block of ice under a nearby pond used for ice skating. Suspects include Mrs Claus, who said they stayed together due to licensing issues (He would seem gay if he lived along with a bunch of elves), and therefore unfazed by his death.

It appears that Santa was running drugs; hiding cocaine in toys, and dropping them down chimney's to drug lords. He also tried filling condoms with the drugs, and sending Bumble to deliver. Unfortunately his stomach acid dissolved the lining, leading to a violent drug fueled outburst. Turning back to his deliveries, some shipments were a little light, and as hinted at by Blitzen: "You ever wonder how his nose got so red?". Were Colombian drug lords responsible?

Meanwhile, Frosty The Snowman was trying to steal some cocaine for himself, making him a suspect for Santa's murder. This may be futile, as his punishment for stealing was being run though a snowblower.

The "Show" ends rhetorically asking who's next? Easter Bunny, Cupid, That Lucky Charms Cereal guy? Who knows, but the show will always be there to capitalize on tragedies.

Next week

The Taco Bell chihuahua's castration - simple neutering or hate crime? The chihuahua's response: "Yo quiero my nuts!"

Come and Get Some!

Grandma in a tank, yelling "Come and get some!"

Ent Murder

Ents and chainsaws don't mix.

Constipated Clown

Herman the constipated clown, asks his clown friend Pickles for something to help him. Pickles obliges, sucker punching him in the stomach, saying, "Side effects may include, I just kicked your f#@%ing ass."

Brandon the Ninja

Brandon the juvenile Ninja is caught sneaking back in the house by his mother, who says, "You are so grounded."

Jaws: Special Edition

Steven Spielberg explains how he really wanted Jaws to be. Thanks to computer graphics he brings his true vision to life - with over 100 new scenes.

New scenes include: :*The shark at the town hall meeting with Police Chief Brody, dressed in a false mustache and 'rainbow wig' (The shark's line — "I say we let him go," spoken in a falsetto voice — is a reference to Pee Wee's Big Adventure.) :*The shark running amok on the beach with a chain saw :*A talking shark throwing the spear back at Quint :*The shark eating Quint and Hooper

The shark's explosion is in reference to the enhanced explosion of the Death Star in the Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition.

Brand New Board Game - "Euthanasia"

Kids play the brand new board game "Euthanasia", where their animal (dogs & cats) game pieces travel around the game board Board positions include: :*Starve Animal :*Visit from Mr. Stork :*Dead Pet Walking :*Mauling :*Wee-wee on carpet :*Starve Animal - Euthanasia :*Free Neuter :*Death of a Salesman

If your game piece falls on just about every square, the prize is "Euthanasia"! The kids drop the doggy into "The Pound," where they "disappear".

If you look you can see a picture of the mad scientist and the chicken

Gandhi the Night Club Pianist

Mahatma Gandhi performs as a pianist at a night club.

The A-Team

The A-Team solves its problems with maximum firepower and minimal intelligence.

A-Team cast members include: John "Hannibal" Smith, B. A. Baracus, Templeton "Faceman" Peck, H. M. Murdock

When asked by a young woman to save her father, who refused to pay protection money, they refuse, apparently because she's not sexy enough.

A second woman (blonde and svelte) with the exact same story, asks for their help, and they readily accept. Their 'antics' include Baracus getting drugged with milk (and finding out he's lactose intolerant from all the drug-laced milk he has drunk, which leads to him farting in his sleep inside of the helicopter), Peck being recognized immediately because of a lame disguise, and the A-Team van being shot full of holes with the team inside, but no one getting hurt.

In the usual convoluted plot, the team is caught, finds lots of junk in the warehouse where they're imprisoned, and fashion a new armor-plated, jet powered, bazooka armed, van out of it.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to drop a toaster into his bathtub.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyNightmare_Generator

References & External links

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Television episode
Title Operation: Rich in Spirit
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Keanu Reeves advertises his new food product.
Season 1
Episode 17
Airdate June 26 2005
Production 118
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Nightmare Generator
Next The Sack

Operation: Rich in Spirit is the seventeenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Dragon in the Tub

A little boy playing with his rubber ducky is surprised when a dragon arises from under the water.

:*The painting in the background is similar to the painting shown in The Simpsons' living room.

Fatal Sneeze

Why it might be bad to cover your mouth when you sneeze.

"Codename: The Abortionator"

The makers of "Grand Larceny: San Diego" are back with their newest video Codename: The Abortionator. Now you can:

Rated "E" for "Everyone".

:* This segment is a parody of the video game, Grand Theft Auto.

Berry Rude

Strawberry Shortcake and Blueberry Muffin nodding their heads to rap music until Blue Berry Muffin turns off the radio and Strawberry Shortcake says that it is "Berry, Berry, rude to touch my radio".

:* This segment is a parody the classic 80's cartoon and dolls, Strawberry Shortcake. :* This segment is a parody of the film Rush Hour. :* This segment uses the same music as You Got Robo-Served.

Dorky Dancer

A nerd tries out his disco dance moves.

I Wonder If She Puts Out?

A man at a video dating service picks out a tape, and when he starts to view it, a specter emerges from the TV (as in the film The Ring). Even though he was extremely afraid, he still wonders if she'll "put out".

The Butterfly Effect

A young boy tries to explain the butterfly effect to a young girl. When the young girl squishes the butterfly, it causes earthquakes in Japan. A Japanese woman retaliates, stepping on a butterfly, which causes a volcano to erupt behind the children. The boy retaliates as well, ripping a butterfly in half, which causes Godzilla to terrorize Japan.

:*The volcano behind the children appears out of nowhere - there was no hill behind them in the beginning.

Happy Birthday Grandma

Everyone's waiting for grandma to blow out the candles on her birthday cake. They'll be waiting a while, as she's apparently dead. Grandpa runs in, and doesn't even notice that she's slumped over the table.

Happy Ending Chase

An Oriental massage takes a turn for the worse, when Mr. Joe refused the 'happy ending'. The masseuse is insistent, chasing him through the city. When she catches up with him, she gives him the 'happy ending', which is a free egg roll.

The double entendre is that a "happy ending" is a euphemism for a Sexual act.

:*The audio for the final line "It's good" is lifted directly from the Oprah Fulfills Dreams segment.

Women's Soccer

A female soccer star emulates the male stars, who regularly take off their shirts when they score a goal. She goes one step further, however, by removing her skin as well.

Restroom Surprise

A man in a restroom is surprised to find that the toilet paper dispenser is actually a secret lever that rotates him into a hidden room.

Keanu Sausage

As Neo, Keanu Reeves defeated the machines; as Constantine, he defeated demons; and as "the guy from Speed", he defeated "famous character actor Dennis Hopper". Now Keanu is going to beat the world of breakfast sausage with his own brand — "Keano Sausage".

Celebrity endorsers include William Shatner and Christopher Walken.

Another Restroom Surprise

We find out where that hidden room probably is located.

Inept Secret Agent

A young secret agent, after killing the home ec teacher, shooting a student, and terrorizing the classroom, gets a call informing her that she's at the wrong location.

"Crazy Monkeys on Land Mine Island"

"What happens when 200 monkeys are set loose on a deserted island? And what happens if that island is booby trapped with thousands of land mines?" The fun really gets started when Snoop Dogg enters the scene.

:*The line where Snoop Dogg says, "Sniggity Diggity", may be a reference to his "-izzle" style of speech.

Flatley & Vader

Michael Flatley is the Lord of the Dance and Darth Vader is the Lord of the Sith. Together, they Irish stepdance for your enjoyment.

A Scooby Friday

The Scooby-Doo gang encounters Jason Voorhees at Camp Crystal Lake. Jason, when unmasked in the usual Scooby-Doo ending, turns out to be Old Man Phillips, who was simply out for doubloons at the bottom of the lake. All of the Mystery Inc. members are killed except Velma Dinkley, who winds up losing her virginity to Old Man Phillips.

Don Knotts and Phyllis Diller are the camp counselors.

:*Scooby's head is placed on a pike outside of the campsite, reminiscent of The Lord of the Flies.

:*The voice cast included ::*Linda Cardellini (Velma in Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2) ::*Dave Coulier - did various voices on Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, and also imitated Scooby-Doo's voice a few times on Full House ::*Phyllis Diller - who had guest appearances on The animated television series ::*Don Knotts - who had guest appearances on The animated television series ::*Sarah Michelle Gellar (Daphne in Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2) ::*Matthew Lillard (Shaggy in Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2) ::*Freddie Prinze Jr. (Fred in Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2) ::*Seth Green - Appeared in Scooby-Doo 2 as Patrick Wisely, a potential love interest for Velma Dinkley.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has his head in a toilet.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyOperationRichin_Spirit

References & External links

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Television episode
Title The Sack
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption
Season 1
Episode 18
Airdate June 26, 2005
Production 104
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Operation: Rich in Spirit
Next That Hurts Me

{{context}}The Sack is the eighteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Street Vendor Nightmare

A hot dog street vendor refills the "water" in the cart with his own urine.

First Date

It's Susan (Alien) and Douglas (Predator) on the battleground of love in a special episode of "First Date." Susan, raised Jewish, is worried about her father's reaction to her dating a "Predator-American".

There isn't much hope for a second date, as Susan repeatedly says "no"...and accidentally stabs Douglas causing him to detonate a bomb and kill them both.

Firecracker

A young boy straps a firecracker to a toy man, and he tearfully tells his friend to tell his mother that he loves her. He is then blown to smithereens. The boy proclaims "I am God!", citing his toys "lives" are in his hands.

Frogger Car Wreck

In the classic video game Frogger, The frog causes a massive car wreck and explosion before declaring "Now's our chance, boys!" to his friends, which come running across the highway.

Tetsuo!

Akira starring Kaneda the musical? Wonder what the ending's gonna look like.

Carousel of Tomorrow

See what the future holds in "Carousel of Tomorrow." Can you imagine what the twenty-first century will bring?

:The Chinese will land a man on the moon - establishing the first "Moon Wok" restaurant (which is still "rescuing" cats from alleys).

:We also look inward, as the unlocking of the human genome will bring about the birth of perfect babies. Think of a world without disease, or midgets, where fully formed, adult "babies" are born, and their first words are "Sieg Heil".

:Doctors will be able to perform complicated surgeries without leaving the beach.

:Virtual reality sex will be perfected.

Alarm Clock Reversal

The alarm clock, in bed, doesn't respond to the tiny man on the nightstand, repeating "wake up" over and over again.

Mayor McCheese Press Conference

Mayor McCheese holds a press conference with Governor Schwarzenegger

The press alleges that the Mayor has taken women to motel rooms and paid them to go to the bathroom on his chest! The Hamburglar, his press secretary, steps in to rescue him.

Never Say Goy!

Goldfinger (film) remade for a kosher audience... Ross Hashanah faces his enemy Goyfinger, who tortures him by forcing him to eat a BLT sandwich.

It's a Wimpy-Filled Life

In a mix of It's a Wonderful Life and Popeye the Sailor Man. Popeye experiences a world without his hamburger-leeching friend Wimpy in "It's a Wimpy-Filled Life."

Without Wimpy, Bluto and Popeye are business associates, establishing their own bank. Olive Oyl actually has (very large) breasts. Alice the Goon cures cancer. There's no more pollution, no more war, and hamburgers are free.

Clarence, realizing the much more promising future, pushes Wimpy off the bridge.

:*Clarence is depicted here with his wings, which in the movie It's a Wonderful Life, he does not earn until he's done his good deed.

Halo Kong

The modern video game Halo invades the old-school classic Donkey Kong.

It starts off as Mario is jumping over barrels. Suddenly, the Halo stars come up onscreen, grab, then toss away, the hammer that Mario grabs, kick him, then snap his neck. After they kill Mario, they go up to rescue Pauline and set off a bomb to destroy the platform Donkey Kong is on. He is then shot and killed by one of the Halo people. The skit ends with another one extinguishing a fireball.

Mrs. McNally's 3rd Graders Present: Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride

A childish claymation stop motion animation version of The Corpse Bride.

Stix are Intended for Children

"Stupid Bunny, Stix Are Intended for Children" is the tagline for Stix (parody to Trix). The Stix cereal "spokesbunny" the Stix Bunny finds himself a new way to make a buck.

After being arrested for "inappropriately touching" a child and ending up in jail with his cell mate the Cookie Crisp Criminal, he starts pushing contraband "sugar".

Toucan Sam is the drug lord supplier and the Keebler Elves are the drug refiners. He uses the Honey Nut Cheerios Bee as a mule. A hanger-on is the Lucky Charms Leprechaun. Tony the Tiger and Cap'n Crunch are part of his militia.

Snap, Crackle, and Pop, however, turn informants and spill the details to the police, who end up killing Tony, Captain Crunch, and the Stix Bunny. The Bunny goes to Heaven and sees a bowl of Stix, but even in Heaven he cannot obtain it.

Notes

Reruns of the show include "A Day in the Life of Ponda Baba" from the Star Wars Robot Chicken special in place of "Stix are Intended for Children".

The sceens "Firecracker" and "Mrs. McNally's 3rd Graders Present: Tim Burton's Corpse Bride" were deleted from the episode to save time.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is eating his own brain.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyThe_Sack

References & External links

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Television episode
Title That Hurts Me
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption "We shall call you 'Doug-a-Lot' Bear!"
Season 1
Episode 19
Airdate July 10 2005
Production 119
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev The Sack
Next The Black Cherry

That Hurts Me is the nineteenth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

That Better Not Be Poo

A young boy, trying to light what appears to be a paper bag on an old man's doorstep, is confronted by the old man, who tells him, "That better not be poo."

Hell Freezes Over

Hell (which is filled with the people that voted for Ralph Nader) freezes over when a nerd gets laid and begins celebrating it - the woman slept with him because "nerds are hot."

Simon Says Go Play In Traffic

A game of Simon Says is taken to new depths, when Simon tells the children to go play in traffic.

Godzilla Remade Again

Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich re-make Godzilla...again.

This version, with a dance scenes reminiscent of the Million Dollar Mermaid, and chorus lines of baby Godzillas in roller skates, is a disappointment to the CEO of Sony - and Devlin and Emmerich couldn't be happier.

Fear Itself

FDR gives his first inaugural address where he says "there is nothing to fear but fear itself."[http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/FranklinRoosevelt27sFirstInauguralAddress |http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/FranklinRoosevelt27sFirstInauguralAddress ] Members of the audience disagree mentioning other things to fear, including spiders, snakes, and werewolves.

:*Roosevelt appears to be standing up without support at the podium. This would be impossible as Roosevelt was crippled by Guillain-Barr'e syndromeGoldman, AS et al, What was the cause of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's paralytic illness?. J Med Biogr. 11: 232-240 (2003) and while in private used a wheelchair, in public he was supported on one side by an aide or one of his sons.

Cliff Pogo

Using a pogo stick near a cliff can have near-disastrous effects.

Where Do They Get the Energy?

In a parody of SpongeBob SquarePants, Spongebob and Patrick Star have a secret supply of energy.

Bat-Monkey

A crime-fighting monkey saves monkeys from a monkey supervillain, in a parody of the Batman 1960s television show.

Crazy Davey

Crazy Davy the car dealer is undergoing Chapter 11 debt restructuring, which leads his TV commercial to get a little out of control.

Fear Itself (Part 2)

The list gets a tad longer: spiders, snakes, werewolves, sharks, dying alone, zombies, clowns, heights, big dogs, robots with human brains, Johnson's wife, and... fear itself.

Huggytime Bears

After being killed on an archery range, Doug finds himself facing the "Wheel of Reincarnation" to determine his next life.

The items on the "Wheel of Reincarnation" read (in order clockwise from the item the spinner is pointing to):

:* Keira Knightley's Underwear :* Huggytime Bear :* Peasant Farmer :* Weasel :* Heavy metal Singer :* Keg of Beer :* Rock, Paper, or Scissors :* Sex Goddess :* Big Time Loser :* Polygamist :* Pelican :* Suicidal Maniac :* A Foot :* Sports Car :* Inanimate Rock :* World Leader

The wheel lands on Huggytime Bear and Doug wakes up in the world of the Huggytime Bears. He is now "Doug-alot bear". Doug doesn't quite understand the mission of the Huggytime Bears, as he throws "Shamrock Bear" (obviously Irish and therefore drunk) into a camp fire.

The other Huggytime bears wreak revenge bring out "The Gimp" - until Doug wakes from his nightmare and is comforted by Keira Knightley.

I Got You, Timmy!

Timmy, who thinks he's going to destroy a little boy's work - raking leaves into a pile, is thwarted when he finds a fire hydrant at the core of the pile.

Big Horror Movie Brother

Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Leatherface, Pinhead, Ghostface and Michael Myers sign on for the reality show "Big Brother". Mute Killer Charades, prank calls, repeated stabbings, and an immunity challenge ensue. Michael Myers is voted out at the end of the episode, left to return to his comedy career as a parody of Michael Myers the horror film character and Mike Myers the actor.

The films represented by the house members are:

:* Freddy Krueger, from A Nightmare on Elm Street :* Jason Voorhees, from Friday the 13th :* Leatherface, from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre :* Michael Myers, from Halloween :* Pinhead, from Hellraiser :* Ghostface, from Scream

:*Jason, Leatherface, and Michael play charades. Charades involves one person acting out a word or phrase while others try to guess what it is, and is disqualified if he/she speaks. The game is one-sided as not one of the killers playing can talk properly (which is probably the joke).

::*Despite what Freddy says, Jason does the dance called "The Robot" and then does the dance "Funky Chicken," (Robot Chicken).

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to sever his tongue with a blade.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyThatHurtsMe

References

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External links

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Television episode
Title The Black Cherry
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption Injured soldier: "Sir, we are outnumbered!"
Napoleon Bonamite: "I was outnumbered by ninjas and wolverines over summer break, but I killed them all with my nunchucks! Gosh! Idiots!"
Season 1
Episode 20
Airdate July 18, 2005
Production 120
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev That Hurts Me
Next Suck It

The Black Cherry is the twentieth episode as well as the season finale of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Newspaper Boy

A newspaper boy sells newspapers on a street corner... "Extra! Extra! Newspaper boys are an anachronism in modern day society! Read all about it!"

Pop Rock Marathon

Fizzing candy and soda pop has terrible repercussions for young Mikey.

:*Reminiscent of the popular urban legend involving Little Mikey from the LIFE commercials that said he supposedly died from mixing Pop Rocks and soda.Urban Myths by Justin Viles and J.C. Navarro. :*The child and mother on a train is a reference to the film Superman.

Mothers Back Breaking

A mother is walking down the street with her child behind her. When the girl steps on a crack in the sidewalk, her mother's spine bends backwards, causing her to convulse.

Domino's Free Pizza

Two astronauts get their shuttle commanders on the ground to let them order pizza via phone from Domino's Pizza. Domino's Pizza's slogan was "if it isn't there in thirty minutes, it's free." This lets the ground commanders get their 23,204th free pizza.

:*On May 22, 2001, Pizza Hut became the first pizza-producing company to deliver a pizza into space.Pitching products in the final frontier

A Visionary Cult

Napoleon Bonamite pops up as a famous figure from history.

:*Napoleon Dynamite is a 2004 film which stars the character Napoleon Dynamite. :*Based on the French general, Napoleon Bonaparte. :*Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez, who played Napoleon and Pedro respectively in the movie Napoleon Dynamite, reprised their roles from the film for this segment. :*Jon Heder is 6' 1?" (1.87 m)Jon Heder (I) - Biography, while Napoleon Bonaparte is thought to have been only 5' 6" (1.68 m). :* White splotches of an unknown substance seems to drip off of Napoleon when he runs away after dancing. There are also footprints left where he was standing.

A Love That Can Never Be

A dog and a cat (Mrs. Fluffybottom) sit together in a gazebo, while the dog tells of how this is a love that can never be.

Crazy Mutant Clown

A clown that is under a city sewer explains how almost everything floats down there.

:* Stephen King's novel, It, and the television miniseries of the same name features a similarly looking character named Pennywise who says the line "Everything floats down here".

"Gay Pirates"

Ass-Pirates of the Caribbean - a promo for a new show about homosexual pirates- from Bravo ("somewhere along the line we got really, really gay").

A Shot Of Puberty

Two boys in their early teens talk about a girl who reached puberty over the summer. She walks through the scene with a pimple riddled face and slight bumps on her chest. After she passes, the boys excitedly talk about how hot she looked.

Dont Take Drugs PSA

A weakling turns into the "King of the Beach" with some of Barry McGwire's super happy fun time anger go go juice.

:*"Barry McGwire", the baseball player who gives the guy "the juice", is named after Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire. Both players allegedly used steroids during their careers.

:*The weakling says "Shazam" the catchphrase of Gomer Pyle and Captain Marvel when bulking up like The Hulk (not turning green), who did not have a catchphrase.

:*The sand-kicking bully and transformation of the boy are reminiscent of the Charles Atlas ads for Dynamic-Tension that appeared in comic books and magazines.

The Last Foodfight

Judas throws the first tomato at the Last Foodfight.

"Lewis & Clark"

Teri Hatcher (as Lewis) and Dean Cain (as Clark) star in the new TV Series "Lewis & Clark". Lois

Clark: The New Adventures of Superman ended on June 14, 1997, which was eight years before this episode aired."Lois

Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) - Episode list

Wet Off The Oil

The cowboy really meant it, getting his whistle wet, not the common use of the phrase "wet my whistle".

High Caliber Fun

Little Billy really doesn't feel too bad about taking the life of animals (a squirrel, raccoon, chicken, ocelot, deer, bald eagle, blackbird, rabbit, cow, warthog, goat) - with a variety of weapons (handguns, machine guns, a handgun used as a pistol whip, a shotgun, and a gatling gun)The quote "Time to take 'Ole Painless' out of the bag" is a reference to The Predator.

2% Gone Bad

An apple, milk carton, ketchup bottle, butter tub and head of lettuce are enjoying themselves in the refrigerator. The milk has expired, however, as blinking light in the milk carton's hand starts to blink.

:*The light is a reference to Logan's Run, in which each character has a "life clock" in their hand that begins to blink red when their "last day" (21st birthday) comes and they are to be ritualistically euthanized. The foods' chanting of "Last day!" and "Renew" are similarly references to the movie.

Snoop Dogg Plane

Bill Clinton "borrows" Air Force One in order to get to the Burning Man Festival.

Snoop Dogg appears as the pilot of Air Force One, similar to the role he played in the movie Soul Plane.

"You Can't Do that on Robot Chicken"

"Blacula versus Blackenstein versus the Black Mummy" will not be seen tonight so that the following programme may be shown!

The laughter is canned for the sketch comedy show "You Can't Do That on Robot Chicken."

:* This segment pairs real-life couple Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis.

:* This is the first time that the Robot Chicken and Mad Scientist appear outside of the opening credits.

Cliffhanger

This segment's cliffhanger is concluded in the next season's first episode.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is nothing more than a skull.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyTheBlackCherry

References

External links

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Television episode
Title Suck It
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption President George W. Bush proposes the color coded terror alert system to be substituted with rubber ducks.
Season 2
Episode 1
Airdate April 2, 2006
Production 201
Writer Mike Fasolo
Breckin Meyer
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
Guests *see article
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev The Black Cherry
Next Federated Resources

Suck It is the first episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Renewal of Robot Chicken by swim

Video Joy Stick

A video arcade employee hidden inside a Zaxxon arcade game has his penis manipulated by an unwitting customer, who thinks he's just playing a video game. After the Zaxxon game, the employee exits, grinning, turns to the next game, saying... "Hello Centipede".

Homeland Security Video

A boy's prank spoof of the Pledge of Allegiance is shown to be disrespecting America, and therefore 'encouraging terrorism'. Terrorists use high tech listening devices to monitor 'chatter' for the word 'fart'. Putting only 49 stars on a flag decorated cake encourages terrorism. Voting Democrat encourages terrorism. Lighting the Hanukkah menorah encourages terrorism. Even renting the video The Core encourages terrorism. President George W. Bush concludes by proposing the color coded terror alert system be substituted with rubber ducks.

Hangman police

The Hangman police find another "hung" stick figure, the "third one this week."

Mrs. Potato Head gives birth

After the doctor catches Mrs. Potato Head's "baby", which turns out to be a carrot, Mr. Potato Head says to her, "You whore!"

Pablo Rodriguez, the Six Million Peso Man

In a spoof on The Six Million Dollar Man, Pablo Rodriguez, a Mexican test pilot, crashes into a cactus while riding a donkey. He becomes the world's first bionic Mexican. He can now crush a muffler pipe and a hard-shell taco with his bare hands and can perform the Mexican Hat Dance at super speed.

When receiving his first mission, Pablo uses his bionic speed and jumping abilities to jump across the border into the United States. The government official rues the fact that "There's 283 American dollars we won't see again," though 6 million Pesos is actually over $500,000.

He who is without sin

Jesus, coming upon a public stoning, says, "Let he who is without sin cast the 1st stone." As the crowd drops their stones, Jesus hits the man with a rock saying, "blammo"!

Two Scoops

The Raisin Bran Sun goes amok with his "two scoops".

Skater McGee

Several rowdy skateboarding teenagers defile a graveyard with their skating. "Skater McGee" rises from a grave, and challenges the teens to do the "Monster Cookie Pinwheel", the hardest skateboarding trick in history. You have to skate up the front of a locomotive's cow-catcher,do a 360 Punk buster to the 2nd car, hit a Lemonade handstand on the 3rd car, a whipping Post-ollie to the 4th car, a demon stomper on the 5th car and a Gleaming the cube on the 6th car before dismounting the train. The teens, of course, are squished by the train when attempting this. After the teens are killed, the mayor shows up with a huge novelty check, and Skater McGee pulls off the skull mask, and tells him that he's off to the next town to 'kill more 'teenagers', to which the mayor responds by saying 'you're doing God's work'.

Space Invaders Revenge

Paul and Frank, two Space Invaders, finally having enough of being shot at and losing their friends and comrades, take decisive action and move down to destroy the attacker.

TARDIS Show and Tell

For grade school "show and tell", the class nerd shows his Dr Who action figure and his toy TARDIS, saying.. "and so, TARDIS stands for "Time And Relative Dimension In Space." An older, high school 'jock' barges into the classroom and in parody of Ogre from Revenge of the Nerds yells "Neeeerrd!"

Creature at the bar

The Creature from the Black Lagoon, hanging out at a bar, has a blonde patron ask him, "So, where are you from?"

Nerds and Unicorns

A college nerd, who wishes unicorns were real, gets his wish! The unicorn shows up for 'fun adventures'! In the "Magic land of Unicorns", he tells the nerd, there's no need for clothing, so the nerd disrobes - slowly. The nerd then takes to polishing the unicorn's "magic horn". The scene shifts to a lunchroom, where the nerd tells his co-workers, "If you polish a unicorn horn long enough, it gives you magical unicorn mayonnaise. That's what I used to make these sandwiches" - to the horror of the co-workers.

The Six Million Peso Man redux

Pablo, taking a siesta street side, is hailed by a driver who asks him for some oranges. He uses his bionic powers to toss the oranges to the customer, and returns to his siesta.

Battling Pro wrestlers

"Macho Man" Randy Savage, flexing, gives his "Ohhhhhhhhh, yeah!" The Kool-Aid Man, not to be outdone, gives his trademark, "Oh, yeah!"

Mr. and Mrs. Brady

In a spoof of the 2005 film Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Mr.

Mrs. Brady, from The Brady Bunch, turn out to be secret agents. Unleasing the many hidden weapons in the Brady household, Mr.

Mrs. Brady take out the kids (except Bobby, who never appears). Their struggles turn amorous... and cutting to 2 years later, Mrs. Brady, sitting on a couch with Mr. Brady, says, "Now that the kids are gone, the sex has never been better." Alice, sitting in the chair next to Mr. Brady says, "I agree!"

This sketch was written by Doug Goldstein

Cast / Voice actors

Notes

Stoopid Monkey

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Television episode
Title Federated Resources
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "Okay! Okay! Fine! I'm sorry. I over-reacted. Sorry, everybody. Sorry... Please. Stop that."
Season 2
Episode 2
Airdate April 9 2006
Production 205
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Seth Green
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Federated Resources is the second episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Naked Dancer

A man dances and sings naked in front of his pets.

Dicks With Time Machines

In the 1st of 4 in the "Dicks With Time Machine" skits, a time-traveler pranks J. K. Rowling, talking her into not writing about a boy wizard, but instead, writing about a magical raccoon with an afro who shoots pixie dust from his bung hole.

Lion-O Gets Adopted

Lion-O, leader of the ThunderCats, finds himself on Earth, and becomes a housepet for a little girl. He has problems making the transition, and she returns him to the pound. An old lady adopts him, and gives him similar treatment.

Because She Was a Bitch

A teacher asks his students the reasons why he left his wife, and the first answer is "because she was a bitch."

Make the Carpet Match the Drapes

A patient gets his head shaved in a barbershop. The barber removes the patient's smock, revealing he is naked. Now the patient wants to make the carpet match the drapes.

Education Motivation

2 parents, offering a motivation for good grades, explain to their to daughters that the one with the better report card gets the pony, and the other one gets a whipping.

Dicks With Time Machines (Part 2)

This "Dicks with Time Machines" clip features the time-traveler who pranks Paul Revere into riding his horse into a false-painted cave.

Clifford the REALLY Big Red Dog

Clifford the Big Red Dog accidentally destroys the neighborhood and kills a couple of people, and is punished by getting neutered.

Evel Knievel's Greatest Stunt Ever

An elderly Evel Knievel fails to complete a jump in his wheelchair over three elderly ladies standing in a row with their walkers.

Dicks With Time Machines (Part 3)

This "Dicks with Time Machines" clip features the time-traveler pulling a prank on Moses, having carved into the Ten Commandments as #1 "He who smelt it dealt it." Then his followers laugh at him.

Swedish Chef's Jaunt

The Swedish Chef "borks" his way through New York City.

As he's walking down the street, he sees :Bj:ork, :Mork, :a dork, :a "I love New York" poster ("York!"), :Quark from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", :a poster for The Monkees ("Tork!"), :a nerd playing "Zork", :a HotDog Stand ("Pork!"), :and asks for a fork, :the vendor hands him a spork, :but is soon stabbed through the chest by an orc.

He then runs home, where his wife asks what took so long, where the Chef, in proper English and with an American accent, goes into a rant and throws everything off the dinner table, saying "Can I have a moment of fucking peace?"

Gulliver's Kinky Travels

Gulliver is tied down by Lilliputian women - and wants them to spank him and call him daddy.

Heroes With Time Machines

Adolf Hitler, in German, is ranting. Behind him is a video playback of his military actions in black and white. During a scene with a tank, the video changes to a full-color scene of him with diarrhea defecating in his bathroom (which apparently has pink tiles in the background), which disgusts the rally crowd into leaving him. He then says "Ahum... hallo?" This ties into the next scene.

The final "Dicks with Time Machines" is now "Heroes with Time Machines." The time traveler replaced the videos, making Hitler infamous, and preventing World War II.

Nerf Stairs

A salesman tries to sell Nerf doors and some Nerf stairs to a man and an abused woman.

Corey & Corey Save the World

Corey Haim and Corey Feldman team up to rescue George W. Bush's daughters in the Brazilian Rain Forest. The Bush girls were at fault for the plane crash, as they were intoxicated and harassed the pilot.

While looking for the girls, they get into a bar fight and are saved by fellow teen idol Screech. After finding the girls, however, they are partying again and don't want to be rescued. The Coreys resort to their one skill, acting, and take the place of the girls. The girls are put into storage in a government warehouse, parodying the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to chop his head off in a guillotine.

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Television episode
Title Easter Basket
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Betty and Wilma
Season 2
Episode 3
Airdate April 16 2006
Production 202
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
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Easter Basket is the third episode of the second season of Robot Chicken. Despite the episode's title, there are no Easter themed skits.

List of skits

Barney Love Act I

Barney sings his "I Love You" song to the girl next to him, but she's not "in love" with him.

Zorro sword fight

In a sword fight ala Zorro, the woman wins by making a diagonal slash - severing the man in half just above the waist. The skit is a parody of Connect 4.

Fruity Pebbles Cereal Killer

A delivery man, who works for Fed Ex Stone delivers a box from amazonaboulder.com/pebble (he admits the rock puns don't always work). The package contains a paper note from Barney to distract Fred Flintstone while he steals Fred's Pebbles. Their fighting goes a bit too far when Barney clubs and accidentally kills Fred. Barney then has to kill all of the tools and appliances, who are witnesses. Betty and Wilma are quite shocked when they walk in on the carnage. The scene closes with Barney being hanged on the gallows.

No Arrgh's

On Wheel of Fortune a pirate naturally asks Pat Sajak for the letter arrgh, which there are none of.

Barney Love Act 2

Barney sings his "I Love You" song to a hooker. She replies, "Either way, it's $50."

Phyllis Diller Spray-n-play

Tired of Slip 'n Slide and water balloons no fun? Well try out the new Phyllis Diller Spray-n-Play. The results may be less than satisfactory, however.

This sketch was written by Seth Green.

Wowsers

Inspector Gadget realizes that he doesn't have a "gadget" to clean up the hooker in bed with him.

Funky Lego Pyramid

An Egyptian pharaoh builds a pyramid out of Legos, with some "minor" design changes. The workers run low on brown and yellow bricks from the "Egyptian Pyramid #3803" Lego set. They ultimately run out of Legos, and have to use Duplo blocks. The workers end up revolting, dumping the Pharaoh in an unmarked hole in the ground, and declaring the new "Funky Space Pyramid of the People" open to the public.

Ron Jeremy's Butter

Ron Jeremy is portrayed in what seems to be a masturbation scene. It turns out, however, he's actually churning butter in the nude.

Whalias

Superspy Sydney Bristow gets aquatic in Whalias. Sydney is now a killer whale, and ends the skit in a parody of Free Willy.

Damned Kids

A group of children are recognized as "damned" by an old man. The skit is making fun of Village of the Damned for the children are both are blonde,"look" 13, and their eyes glow bright blue

Barney Love Act 3

Barney, now in long false eyelashes and overdone makeup in a prison cell, finds out that all love isn't that fun, yet can't help but sing his song. An inmate jumps down from the top bed and replies, "Damn right!"

A very DBZ Christmas

Anime and Santa collide in "A Very Dragon Ball Z Christmas". Goku and his son Gohan are visited by Santa Claus, whose sleigh, presents, and pants were stolen by bandits. The bandits turn out to be the Little Drummer Boy, a life-size nutcracker, and a "Composite Santa Claus"(Who is half Santa and half Frosty the Snowman). The bandits are confronted by Goku, Gohan, and Santa, who end up killing both the Nutcracker and Composite Santa. It turns out, however, that the real mastermind behind this is Mrs. Claus, who was affected by polar radiation at the North Pole and transforms into a monstrous form reminiscent of Tetsuo seen at the end of Akira. Santa is then aided by his eight reindeer. It turns out that Rudolph can shoot lasers from his nose. Rudolph, Goku, and Gohan triumph by blowing up Mrs. Santa with their combined 'powers'. Santa decides not to bring presents to Japan ever again.

This sketch was written by Doug Goldstein.

Bad Dog

After the end credits, there is brief parody of the UBU Productions. In this parody, Seth Green shouts, "Sit, Ubu sit! Bad dog!" Seth proceeds to shoot Ubu. Only a gunshot is heard and Ubu whimpers. The last thing we hear is Ubu collapse.

Cast / Voice actors

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Television episode
Title Celebrity Rocket
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Jeannie and Major Nelson from Sony's I Dream of Jeannie.
Season 2
Episode 4
Airdate April 23 2006
Production 204
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Tom Root
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Celebrity Rocket is the fourth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Corporate See-Saw

Two men in business suits are playing on See-saw When a little boy asks if he can play too, one of them yells at the boy making him cry and run away.

Hungry Homeless Hippo

A man sitting on a curb with a sign that says "homeless"... a doe-eyed little boy with a sign that says "orf?n"... and a big purple hippopotamus with a sign that says "Hungry Hungry".

Dance Dance Counter-Revolution

A Cuban youth is the best Dance Dance Revolution player in the country. Fidel Castro sees this as a challenge to his dictatorship and challenges the youth to a "dance off" "con una Dance Dance Counter-Revolution". Even though Castro quells the "revolution", he shoots the youth in the head, saying "I love doing that"!

Godzilla Toy

Mrs. Godzilla suggests some "toys" to an evidently impotent Godzilla. Mechagodzilla steps in to save the day.

Vampire Chase

A man is being chased by a vampire flying behind his car. He looks in his rear view mirror and because vampires don't have reflections, the man thinks he has eluded it and stops suddenly. The vampire collides with the back of car. The man then puts the car in reverse, runs over the vampire, and starts moving forward again, thus dragging the now-mangled corpse behind him.

I Dream of Jeannie Revenge

Major Nelson from the show I Dream of Jeannie gets revenge on Jeannie after she ruins his life once again by vigorously shaking her bottle once she's inside it.

Satan Thanks

Tommy Schmidt from the "North Shore Panthers" gives the usual" I'd like to thank..." speech, including Satan, for a change.

Dragon's Lair: The Middle Ages

Dirk the Daring from the video game Dragon's Lair fights middle age. He uses a red sports car as his weapon of choice, gets out of a traffic jam, hits two cars while parking, makes it past a bum, a "veteran", a windows cleaner, and a male-talking prostitute, but is finally conquered by rectal cancer when he makes it to his doctor's office. The doctor gives him a choice of either chemo or holistic medicine. Dirk chooses holistic medicine, which ends up the wrong choice.

Best Friends Forever?

Two porcupines say they are "Best Friends Forever". However this translates to about two seconds after a bird of prey picks up one in his talons and flies off.

This Show Is So Clever

A young boy hears his coach saying "My balls, what happened to my balls. Why would someone do this to my balls?". He turns to his friend and says "This show is so clever."

Mr. Six Pays a Visit

A man who has just been involved in a fatal car crash laments to a police officer, 'This is the worst day of my life'. Mr. Six from the Six Flags commercials drives up in the party bus and starts dancing. The man and the police officer join in and go have fun at the amusement park. Suddenly, they are involved in another accident and Mr. Six starts dancing again. The policeman is not amused, however, and shoots him.

Power Puff Stem Cell Research

The Power Puff Girls find out that they exist "all thanks to stem cell research".

There Can Be Only One Lohan

Lindsay Lohan enters the world of Highlander and battles teen starlet foes. Realizing that there can be only one, she beheads Amanda Bynes. In a flashback, we see Sean Connery train a young Lindsay. Flashing forward to present day Scotland, Hilary Duff seeks out Lindsay at Connery's castle, beheading him. Confronting Lindsay at The Gap, she tells her that she killed the Olsen Twins and her sister Hailey (even though she had no powers, making it awkward to explain to her parents). They cannot fight at The Gap, however, as it is "holy ground", so they take their final sword battle to the Hollywood sign - where Lindsay is triumphant. The ghostly head of Sean Connery tells her to use her powers wisely. She agrees but later blows up the Earth and flies away screaming "UNLIMITED POWER!!" She's then followed by the ghostly head of Sean Connery, asking if that was really how Highlander ended. Lindsay is later seen on an alien planet having the Ultimate party an is soon seen arrested.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is pressing The big red button while a mushroom cloud appears out of the window behind him.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyCelebrity_Rocket

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Television episode
Title Dragon Nuts
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "There's No Need to Fear, Underdog is Here"
Season 2
Episode 5
Airdate April 30 2006
Production 206
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Doug Goldstein
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Dragon Nuts is the fifth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Vampire Office Workers

Vampires get together Water cooler-style!

Trio of Toasts

The happy couple toasts, "To 25 years of marriage!" The evil scientist toasts, "To evil"! And the alcoholic just about to fall 'off the wagon' toasts "To 30 days of sobriety!" and after taking a drink says "oh, crap."

Morning Wood

Men of all ages love the new toy, Morning Wood! Bruce Campbell is the celebrity spokesman for this new product.

Idle Nuts

Fraternity boys from KOK bet a member that he would get his nuts run over with a car - for two million dollars. He takes up their bet, naturally ending up in the hospital, where he finds out that a nut transplant costs the same. The nuts they use, however, have a "mind" of their own, and go on a murderous rampage of the fraternity. The film, "Idle Nuts", stars Jessica Alba and Seth Green seen as a pot smoking corpse with a bottle in his head

"Attack of the Giant Midget"

A mad scientist, in a Frankenstein-type laboratory, unleashes his latest horror in the film - "Attack of the Giant Midget"!

This sketch was written by Seth Green

Djinni Mermaid

A fisherman hooks a mermaid and asks for his three wishes. The mermaid reminds him that it's genies that grant wishes, not mermaids, and the despondent man kills himself. In the "twist" she says that she is a genie that just happens to look like a mermaid! At the end, in another boat, M. Night Shyamalan paddles by and says, "What a twist!"

Batcave Discovery

A cleaning woman at work finds the Batcave the hard way.

The Neverending Party

When there's nothing to do in Fantasia, Atreyu and Falkor kick off a Neverending Party! A Rockbiter opens a bottle for a woman. Morla falls off the bureau and says "We are so wasted." The Childlike Empress has Bastian Balthazar Bux slap her butt while saying her name. A cop comes in to stop the party only to be knocked out by a Rockbiter. Thus, everyone continues to party.

Omaha's Number 1 News Team

An evening news broadcast spins out of control:

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has jumped off a cliff with homemade wings strapped to his arms.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyDragon_Nuts

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Television episode
Title 1987
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Twinkie the Kid dispenses wild west judgment
Season 2
Episode 6
Airdate May 7, 2006
Production 203
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
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1987 is the sixth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Twinkie the Kid Showdown

Twinkie the Kid dispenses justice and lead as an American old-West sheriff! He turns out to be the just dessert, however, as the celebrating town obese children begin to eat his creamy centre.

Paper Cut

An athlete is cut in half while crossing the finish line.

Board Game Movies

An E! Entertainment show looks at Hollywood's latest trend of turning popular board games into action-packed feature films. Board games include Hungry Hungry Hippos and Chutes and Ladders.

Horny Robot Callback

The robot returns and he is still humping the washing machine.

Alien Abduction Reversal

In an unlikely turn of events, an alien is abducted by rednecks in a flying truck.

Mo-Larr: Eternian Dentist

Meet Skeletor's dentist, Mo-Larr!

Meat Machine

Four men chant "Meat Machine" beside their car, which is not named the "Meat Machine", but the "Meat Wagon", in another reference to the cult film Midnight Madness.

This sketch was written by Matthew Senreich

Vader's Collect Call

Darth Sidious gets a collect call from Darth Vader. We find out from his end of the call that the Death Star wasn't paid off when it was destroyed.

Ent Pleasurer

A guide tries to get sap from a tap of a maple tree, which turns out to be the Ent's penis.

Alien Abduction Reversal (Part 2)

The men who abducted an alien are going to do an experiment up the alien's anus.

Mortal Kombat Physical Therapy

Mortal Kombat's Johnny Cage has a bad day on the job.

Horny Robot Redux

An inebriated Lindsay Lohan passes out in the garage. Herbie falls asleep, waking to find the Robot attempting to hump him with pain.

Snoopy's Back Problem

Snoopy is seen by the doctor, who has just one question - "What have you been sleeping on?"

Captain Planet

An enraged Ted Turner transforms into his alter-ego, Captain Planet!

Best Robot Chicken Ever

Celebrities such as Hal Sparks, Michael Ian Black, and Master Shake take a look back into the past ten minutes.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is eating poison oak leaves.

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Television episode
Title Cracked China
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "My little pony, Apocalypse Pony!"
Season 2
Episode 7
Airdate May 14 2006
Production 207
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Matthew Senreich
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Cracked China is the seventh episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Pull My Finger

In some localities, if grandpa tells you to pull his finger, the police may enforce his command.

Numb-Chucking

Stupid kids get a new high from "numb-chucking." No, it's not like ninjas, it's making someone "numb" by injecting their jugular vein with Novocaine and "chucking" him down a hill, into a wall, down an escalator, and into traffic. However, the next day, the teens have given up numb-chucking for pot, where kids beat other kids senseless with pots and pans.

Honest Zombie

An honest zombie outside your door will admit to the fact before you let him in.

Will Work For Balls

Puppies begging streetside...

Apocalypse Pony

Bad little children get to meet the 4 My Little Ponies of the Apocalypse: Pestilence Pony, Famine Pony, War Pony, and Death Pony.

Kiddie Driver

A young girl on her Big Wheel is pulled over by a boy dressed like a policeman on his Big Wheel. She thinks she was speeding, but he then explains the reason why he did so is- "because I love you." He then kisses her on her cheek, and she giggles cutely.

Eagle Eye Smith

Meet Eagle Eye Smith, the blind athlete who will touch your heart. He "plays" pool, baseball, bowling, and he even skis, all the while, shouting "I'm a champion!".

Pikachu Secret

We learn the secret of what actually exists within Pok'emon's Pikachu's "ball" - Disco and hot female Pikachu! And he's really pissed at Ash Ketchum after a hard night's partying, when he brings him out to fight Gary Oak's Charizard, turning back to Ash and saying, "Douche."

E.T. Doesn't Phone Home

E.T.'s concerned mom rues the fact the he still hasn't phoned.

Space Checkers

A checkers champion goes on the adventure of a lifetime. Louis is taken by aliens who battle with spaceships that are giant checkers. It turns out not to be true, just Louis' hallucinating because he had a stroke. This is an obvious reference to The Last Starfighter in which a teenager is selected by aliens to fight in a war based on his prowess in a game

Flying Dad-Bomb

A young boy playing professional wrestling in his bedroom with his teddy bear is joined by his dad, who joins in the game, but takes it just a step too far by killing or severely injuring him.

This sketch was written by Tom Root and is a reference to his childhood (His love for wrestling and how the boy tied tube socks around his bed)

Role Playing Game Reversal

A dwarf, elf, skeleton, and troll play a Dungeons & Dragons-type role playing game as an accountants.

Golden Girls and the City

The Golden Girls share their sexual escapades in Golden Girls and the City. Blanche has a man die after having sex. Rose has sex with a man with Alzheimer's disease. Sophia's tale is just a bit "tall", and Dorothy prefers to be alone with her hand on the buzzer.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has severed his head with a hedge trimmer.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyCracked_China

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Television episode
Title Rodigitti
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "Th, Th, Th, That's all bitches!"
Season 2
Episode 8
Airdate May 21 2006
Production 205
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Charles Horn
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Matthew Senreich
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Rodigitti is the eighth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Alien Privacy

When aliens need to make a a pit stop, watch out for your flower beds.

Mime Car Accident

The mime's invisible wall extends out into the street, so watch out drivers.

Senior Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Senior Mutant Ninja Turtles rock the nursing home! Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Splinter try out some of their old moves, and some new ones as well in their dotage.

Dunst Rejection

The video store clerk recommends the film Million Dollar Baby to Kirsten Dunst in earshot of a nerd. The nerd tries the Spider Man-type "pick up line" on her, and gets punched in the face for his efforts. The mouth-to-mouth resuscitation he receives is less than romantic.

Dogs Playing Poker

Dogs Playing Poker - just like the painting!!

Rick Shaw

Rick Schroder is fighting crime in style in his new hit television series Rick Shaw.

Fan-Dingo

Order your movie tickets from Fan-Dingo, and remember, the paper lunch bags are good for more than just pitching movies.

Scott Norwood Can't Kick

Even in high school, Scott Norwood couldn't kick!

Robot Gag Gift

What do female robots get a bride-to-be for her wedding shower? Power tools as sex toys.

Final Fantasy Burger Chain

The cast of Final Fantasy VII get jobs at a burger chain. Cloud Strife is the fry cook, battling evil potatoes. Tifa Lockhart works as a waitress. Aeris Gainsborough works behind the counter. Barret Wallace is the burger chef, Yuffie Kisaragi is his assistant. Sephiroth is the evil restaurant manager.

Rowdy Roddy Piper

Rowdy Roddy Piper in kilt gives a Marilyn Monroe-like performance over a street grate.

The Booger Man

The Booger Man makes a mess throughout the house, and it's only the cat that recognizes the danger.

Sensitive Speak & Spell

What a Speak and Spell would tell you about how it feels when it thinks you are touching it inappropriately.

Abrupt Time Traveler

A man, apparently from the future, steps through a glowing circle, asks the year of a man watering his lawn, and when he finds out it's 2006, say, "Oh, man! Good luck, buddy."

8 Carrot

The Looney Tunes gang, needing to appeal to today's kids, try to create new images as "Lizz-ooney Tiz-zoons". Bugs Bunny (now B-Rabbit) battles Elmer Fudd (now Elmer Phud) to the DJ sounds of Porky Pig. Dr. Dre offers Bugs, the winner, a record deal.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey shaved off most of his fur with a razor.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyRodiggiti

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Television episode
Title Massage Chair
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Abraham Lincoln: "Who dares to disturb my slumber?"
George W. Bush: "Who dare's question my daring... of... his dare... jerk?"
Season 2
Episode 9
Airdate May 28 2006
Production 210
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Doug Goldstein
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Massage Chair is the ninth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Noisy Werewolf

A werewolf howling outside of an apartment complex gets a shoe thrown at him for his efforts.

Incompetent Airport Security

Airport Security agents are more interested in rifling through passengers' personal items than screening for contraband or weapons.

Cuddles Fabric Softener

Cuddles the fabric softener bear gets the wrong kind of hug, over and over again.

I Don't Want Your Sandwich

James Van Der Beek offering the line, "I Don't Want Your Sandwich" in a parody of his similar line from "Varsity Blues."

Office Fighter

Corporate disputes get solved hand-to-hand in Office Fighter. Frank and Jim, two employees, were fighting over the due date of the marketing proposal. In Round 2, it is Jim vs. Nancy. Jim had beat Frank and Nancy. Ryu from Street Fighter appears in Round 3 and beats Jim.

Monkeys in Outer Space

NASA gets a $1 budget, and go back to basics using monkeys to explore outer space.

Mummy Tee Pee

A Pharaoh uses a mummy's wrappings as toilet paper

Do the Dew!

A little boy proves that not all stunts have to be extreme.

Jedi Bush

George W. Bush discovers that his midichlorian count is extraordinarily high, and thus he has Jedi powers. He uses his newly-found powers to convince Laura Bush to have a "3-some" with Condoleezza Rice, to throw Bill Clinton's car into a pond over a parking place dispute at McDonalds, and to deface the Lincoln Memorial. The memorial, however, is the home to Abraham Lincoln, a Sith lord - and they battle throughout the National Mall. In the closing sequence he reveals to Jenna Bush that he is her father... and then he wakes up from his daydream.

Verne Needs a Hand

Verne needs some help with groceries.

Bloopers! Three

We're back with more of those stupendous bloopers, including:

The Bloopers host commits suicide by getting in a bathtub and dropping a toaster in it.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has fallen in love with a python.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyMassage_Chair

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Television episode
Title Password: Swordfish
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Malfoy: "I taught the sorting hat a new trick."
Sorting Hat: "Virgin!"
Season 2
Episode 10
Airdate June 4 2006
Production 210
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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Password: Swordfish is the tenth episode of the second season of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

I Hate This Game

Two boys play a sadistically-modified version of the game Rock, Scissors, Paper.

Care Bear Genocide

The Care Bears, worried about maintaining the purity of their franchise, keeping it free from the influences of the Care Bear Cousins, create a plan of ethnic cleansing.

They are challenged by Don Cheadle, but misuse his gift for sinister purposes. They are punished for their actions by the Cloud Keeper, who turns their paradise into a "Dark and Horrible place".

New Jersey Governor John Corzine makes an official announcement at the end of the skit, thanking you for watching this reenactment of the state's proud history, and invites the view to "come and get in on some of this rainbow!"

Spy vs. Spy

A Robot Chicken homage to Spy vs. Spy from Mad Magazine.

Do You Get It?

The Fourth Doctor from Doctor Who is standing on 1st Base in a baseball diamond. He looks around, then looks at the camera and says, "Do you get it?" Another thing to note is the scoreboard, where it says Senreich Green Field, named after Robot Chicken creators Matt Senreich and Seth Green, respectively.

Pick-Up Line Transposition

Very confused guy gets his pick up lines mixed up.

Heimlich Begins

Heimlich Begins is the action-packed film by Joel Schumacher, telling the story of young Heimlich, his father's tragic death by choking, and his life-long quest to avenge his death by killing the Choker.

Wax Cylinder Scratching

The part of Thomas Edison's phonograph recording you didn't know.

Poor, Poor Ricky

Ricky, an unlucky young soccer player faces adversity at every turn, but keeps on playing; he ends up becoming mute, deaf, and having brain problems.

Out of Ice Cream

Jeffrey Dahmer's girlfriend isn't too upset about the five severed heads in the freezer, just the fact that they're out of ice cream.

Hamburger Deal

The real deal at a poker table in a casino isn't cards, it's a bun, hamburger patty, lettuce, cheese and tomatoes.

Harry Potter vs. Pubertus

Harry Potter is warned by Draco Malfoy, and later, Albus Dumbledore (played by a stereotypical African American since "I get played by a different actor in every movie man") that the legendary monster Pubertus is after him. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger try to get help from Snape, but they find out he is a pedophile after he tries to seduce Hermione.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is hitting on a female monkey and her ape boyfriend is right behind him.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyPassword_Swordfish

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Television episode
Title Adoption's an Option
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Seth Green: "Now that's a douche I can trust."
Season 2
Episode 11
Airdate September 17 2006
Production 36
Writer Hugh Davidson
Jordan Allen-Dutton
Dan Milano
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Tom Root
Guests
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Adoption's an Option is the eleventh episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Robot Chicken Sells Out

Robot Chicken is ready to sell out.

The Fantanas

The Fantanas assist with the Middle East peace process.

Prison Headache

The old excuse of "I have a headache" is given a new twist within the confines of a prison cell.

Written by Tom Root

E.T. Returns Home

E.T. finally returns home, but it's less cool than he remembered. He's their version of a "retard", who was intentionally stranded on Earth by a group of jocks. When he says, "E.T. phoned home," one of them tells him his name is "Kleeborp" with "the one glowing finger." The jocks again leave him on an alien planet, this one infested with xenomorphs.

The Secret Life of Jack-O'Lanterns

The secret life of jack-o'-lanterns is finally revealed.

Three Hundred Copies

Jim's boss needs 300 copies by the 4 o'clock meeting - and he actually wants copies of his ass!

The Best Spaceship Ever

A little boy gives the details of his ideal spaceship - which spells bad news for verbally abusive, alcoholic dad.

Written by Dan Milano

The Poison Cookie

A new twist by a sadistic mom... after giving the eager children some fresh-baked cookies, she says, "In a few minutes we're going to find out who ate the poisoned cookie."

Pegasus Abuse

A demented little girl meets a mythical Pegasus and decides to turn it into what she really wanted - a huge version of My Little Pony, painted pink, wings removed, and named "Sunny Muffin" which the Pegasus was forced to say through whipping. After the girl leaves, the Pegasus meets a griffin named "Honeyflake" who also ended up like the Pegasus.

Written by Dan Milano

Would You Like Flies With That?

A new fast-food restaurant employee tries out his one line "Would You Like Fries With That?" with many different inflections, just to say "Would You Like Flies With That?" when a customer arrives.

Go Go Gadget Killing Machine

Skynet goes online, turning Inspector Gadget into an unstoppable, Terminator-like killing machine, whom Doctor Claw uses to try to kill "Penny" and "Brain".

Cast / Voice actors

Trivia

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Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey's face is shown above his scientific name 'Simian Stoopidicus'.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyAdoptionsan_Option

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Television episode
Title The Munnery
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption A Star Trek parody sketch about Captain James T. Kirk who trades all of the dilithium crystals on the USS Enterprise for pornography, stranding the crew in space without power.
Season 2
Episode 12
Airdate September 24, 2006
Production 215
Writer Hugh Davidson
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
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The Munnery is the twelfth episode of season two of Robot Chicken.

List of skits

I Found Dad

A little boy, digging in his sandbox, finds skeletal hand and arm, and calls out "Mom, I found dad".

More Don't Ask Than Ever Before

The United States Navy is facing a new challenge; low recruitment. This leads to a total re-thinking of their "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

Bod By Zod

General Zod commands you to "KNEEL BEFORE ZOD!" And then lay down on your backs before Zod, and using your lower abdominals, raise your legs, and hold for a 5 count before Zod.

There's No Place Like Home

Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz finds out the that magic is very literal. When wishing to go "home", she end up there - home with her hillbilly mother and her incestuous father. She gets more specific in the next wish... There's no place like Auntie Em & Uncle Henry's"...

Cork

New, from the creators of Monk comes Cork, America's first mentally-challenged crime sleuth!

The Krakken Is Free

The legendary Krakken sea monster, kept prisoner by Poseidon, once freed learns that freedom isn't all it's cracked up to be. Rejoicing that that he is free, eats the woman left as a sacrifice for him, and heads to his old home, only to find out that his wife has re-married. He then heads to his old job, only to find that he has been replaced. He is then forced to work in a fast-food restaurant. He then moves to a halfway house where he hangs himself after scratching a note in the ceiling beam saying "Kraken was here" (emulating a scene in the movie The Shawshank Redemption) followed by this ending narration:

:*Like Andy always told me :get busy dying or get Kraken.

No Brakes

Unicycles do not have brakes.

Weasel Stomping Day

Music video version of "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Weasel Stomping Day".

A Couple of Silver Spoons

Two spoons, face to face, obviously not "spooning".

Written by Dan Milano

Wishes Come True

When wishing on a star, little boys wishes come true, with dire results. They wish to be a house-sized robot, a dinosaur, a giant turtle, a giant squid, a girl... and the last one wishes all the others would blow up so he can go back to sleep.

Written by Mike Fasolo

Wanna Play Doctor?

A boy invites a girl to play Doctor, but she can't because she doesn't have insurance.

Redshirt Revenge

Captain James T. Kirk trades all of the dilithium crystals on the USS Enterprise for pornography, stranding the crew in space without power. Only five people can be beamed to the nearest planet.

The five selected are: # Captain James T. Kirk, who beams down when the others aren't looking. # Dr. Leonard McCoy, who's a doctor and thus necessary. # Lt. Uhura, because she has a vagina. # Toby the redshirt, because every landing party needs a redshirt. # Mr. Spock, who pokes Montgomery Scott in the eyes.

Naturally, they have no food, and thus decide to eat Toby because he's expendable. Toby, however, is the only one to have brought a phaser, which allows him to kill and cook the others for his culinary enjoyment.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is walking away from a fish bowl with a goldfish hanging from the end of his fishing rod.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyThe_Munnery

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Television episode
Title Metal Militia
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption The Nazis from Hogan's Heros.
Season 2
Episode 13
Airdate October 1 2006
Production 211
Writer Hugh Davidson
Mike Fasolo
Jordan Allen-Dutton
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Seth Green
Guests
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Metal Militia is the thirteenth episode of season two of Robot Chicken. The name of the episode is taken from the Metallica song "Metal Militia"

List of skits

wiki-macro(Plot,date=August 2008) Superman on Vacation

Superman is on an airplane that is about to crash. Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to notice.

Horton Hears a Jew!

Horton is in a bar while a Jewish person is doing a stand-up comic performance.

Forgetful Peter Pan

A parody of Peter Pan shows John, Michael and Wendy ending up going splat on the ground as they fly out the window trying to follow Peter Pan - who forgot to give them instructions before they tried to fly.

Used Car Surprise

A teen tells a used car salesman that he wants a "ride" for his birthday, but that he's only got a little bit of cash. So the salesman gives him a small blue stick and tells him to put both of his hands on the stick. To the teen's surprise, the stick turns into an out-of-control Light Cycle, which he ultimately enjoys up until he gets trapped in a spiral and crashes inside a cornfield.

A nerd approaches the same car dealer, looking to purchase a large car to overcompensate for his small penis. The dealer first offers him an SUV, and then something larger, a Hummer H2 and finally, to compensate for the "literally concave" penis, the nerd gets a Recognizer from the Tron film.

Bomb Diffusing Robot

A robot about to diffuse a ticking bomb, says "This is some serious bullshit."

Rainbow Brite Breaking & Entering

Murky desperately wants to get his hands on Rainbow Brite's magic star sprinkles so he could turn the whole world gray. So he and Lurky decide to break and enter into her place to search for the sprinkles. When Rainbow Brite returns, Murky and Lurky make a gruesome discovery. Rainbow Brite is a farting, booze drinking, nose-picking, sprite eating, slob. She murders Murky and Lurky with a chainsaw to keep her secrets. To cover up the murders she announces to the citizens of Rainbow Land that Murky and Lurky have moved to Tibet to battle Chinese tyranny.

Rom Spaceknight

Rom Spaceknight, a warrior made of solid metal encounters a foe in every way his equal, "Jim - The guy with a giant magnet!"

How Much is That Doggie?

A man and a boy ask the pet store cashier "How much is the doggie in the window - the one with the waggely tail?" The cashier says " Oh, you don't want that one. He's got cancer!"

Into the Blue Skewering

Seth Green announces that stop-motion animation takes several months to produce, and he and his crew write parodies several months before films are released, including the film Into the Blue.

Murderous William Tell

William Tell shoots an arrow through an apple above a boy's head. He says "Oh, Dammit. Hit the apple." The camera pans over to the corpses of three children he hit with his arrows.

Missing Gauze

A surgeon can't find any gauze to patch up a patient's heart. In the hallway, a doctor, wrapped in gauze like a mummy is chasing a nurse.

When Pigs Fly

A girl with a southern accent asks her mom if her curfew can be set at midnight. Her mom says "Uh, yeah. When pigs fly." So the girl operates a catapult sending a poor pig flying onto the roof of a neighboring house. Her mom changes her mind and says "Midnight it is."

Safety Blanket

You're not always safe from monsters when you're under your blanket, they'll just pound you with baseball bats.

Young Indy

Young Indiana Jones rescues a girl's doll from three bullies on the school grounds - with many school-yard versions of the film Indiana Jones.

Hogan's Heroes

Hulk Hogan and his pals work together to escape the stalag and take down Adolf Hitler and his crew when Hitler comes to visit.

Hogan's crew includes:

The fight ends up in a WWF fight arena at WrestleMania.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is throwing darts with one stuck in his right eye.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyMetal_Militia

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Television episode
Title Veggies for Sloth
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Archie & the gang facing their Final Destination. The sketch was removed due to a DMCA complaint.
Season 2
Episode 14
Airdate October 8 2006
May 15 2008 (re-airing)
Production 32
Writer Hugh Davidson
Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Pat McCallum
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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Veggies for Sloth is the fourteenth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken. It was renamed "Blankets in a Pig" on May 15, 2008. Until the afforementioned date, the episode was taken out of the re-run roll. The episode and separate skits are currently not on Adult Swim video.

List of Skits

Insensitive Dad

A little girl's fish dies, and she flushes it down the toilet. Shortly after the dad says "Ok, everybody out, I've got to drop a whole fudgecake."

Lost Knight

A knight in a suit of armor tries to read a map in the Antarctic.

Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Beastmaster

Andrew Loyd Webber's "The Beastmaster" is Broadway's newest musical theatre sensation. David Hasselhoff stars as Darr; Faith Hill as Kiera; Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick as Kodo and Podo; Alfonso Ribeiro is a panther, and Gene Simmons has his Broadway debut as Max.

Super President Armstrong

Lance Armstrong after his seventh win of the Tour de France also wins a bet with Jacques Chirac and becomes the "super president" of France.

A Present For You

A man is on top of a house, talking to his ex-wife on his cell phone, happy that she had found someone new. He has a present for her: he cuts his head off over the chimney, and a girl says "Santa?"

Just Role Playing

A woman caught in bed in with "another man" claims she is just "role playing" and that her nerd husband has just won 50 "experience points".

Twiki's Practical Joke

Buck Rogers learns what his name rhymes with. And it all turns out to be a practical joke by Twiki.

Wedding Heart Attack

An old man dies shortly after his wedding - and the bride's only concern is that it "counts".

Just Role Playing (Part 2)

The nerd is caught "role playing" with another woman, and it turns out to really be "role playing."

Archie's Final Destination (the removed sketch)

In a combination of Archie Comics and the Final Destination series, Archie and the gang get on the bus to France, only for Archie to have a vision of the bus rolling over. Everyone evacuates the bus, and shortly after, the bus is zapped by a tripod from War of the Worlds. The following happens to the teens: :Jughead, who we find out is bald and bulimic, is impaled on his "stupid" hat. :Betty is hit by a bus. :Miss Grundy is killed in an elaborate scheme; :Moose is convicted of the murder and sent to the gas chamber. :The Grim Reaper kills Archie Andrews and Reggie for $1 million, paid by Veronica.

Citizen Spears (the replaced sketch)

This season 1 deleted sketch, which has replaced Archie's Final Destination, parodies Citizen Kane with Britney Spears' life.

Twiki's Practical Joke (tag sequence)

Buck Rogers is still killing the various aliens.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has been impaled with a chainsaw from behind.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyVeggiesforSloth

Trivia

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Television episode
Title Sausage Fest
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Jon Arbuckle: "Oh, gods be praised! I'm free! Free!"
Season 2
Episode 15
Airdate October 15, 2006
Production 33
Writer Hugh Davidson
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Tom Root
Guests
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Sausage Fest is the name of the fifteenth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken. It was first shown on October 15, 2006.

A sausage fest refers to any social gathering where all or nearly all of the participants are male. In this context, male genitalia have been likened to sausages; thus, when the number of males present in a certain social setting grossly exceeds the number of females, that setting may be said to have turned into a "sausage fest."

The equivalent term for social settings which predominantly comprise females is a Clam Bake.

List of Skits

Smoke Sex

Running Bear has smoke sex with a villager across the canyon. The smoke signals from across the canyon ultimately form into a pair of breasts.

The CEO of Burger King

The CEO of Burger King is confronted by the King himself. The king is killed, only to be revealed as the CEO's only son, which makes for a delightful commercial.

Don't Cross the Streams!

The Ghostbusters are worried about what happens when they "cross the streams."

Lil' Hitler

Hitler is shown as a youth in school and is annoyed about the size of his desk. Furious, he demands the Polish child's desk, who is sweating profusely.

The Book of Your Life

William David Reynolds gets sent to Heaven and then annoys God with inappropriate questions he asks his "Book of Life". He is then sent to Hell where he amuses the Devil with his findings.

Lil' Hitler (Part 2)

Lil' Hitler is back, the Polish child is missing and his desk is pushed up against Hitler's. Hitler now states that he needs the Czechoslovakian child's desk as well!

Cat Court

In a cat version of The People's Court, we have the episode of Garfield vs Heathcliff.

Heathcliff is mad because he thinks Garfield has become a lame knockoff of himself. The judge decides that the only way to settle this is a "catfight". The two proceed to fight like cats, though with twists. Heathcliff grabs hold of Garfield's eyelids. Garfield lashes at Heathcliff's face. Heathcliff hits Garfield in the face with a trash can lid. Garfield hits Heathcliff in the face with a lasagna and then uses Nermal as a shield. Finally, Garfield forces Heathcliff to eat kitty litter.

The court then comes to the conclusion that Garfield is the winner. Although Heathcliff lost the fight, Garfield starts having a heart attack, while making another joke about lasagna, only to have a guard shoot him to avoid "another lame lasagna joke". Jon Arbuckle and Odie rejoice.

The clip closes with a look at the next case which involves the assault case of Timer, the Cheese Guy versus Chester Cheetah.

Five Stages of Grief

The Five Stages of a Giraffe's Grief. The clip starts with him stuck just up to the top of his legs in quicksand.

Stage 1: Denial - Giraffe is sinking as he is denying his imminent death, even denying that it's not even quicksand.

Stage 2: Anger - The quicksand is up to the middle of his back. Giraffe begins wielding and screaming fiery expletives while thrashing about using the F word several times.

Stage 3: Bargaining - The quicksand is starting up his neck. Giraffe pleads with God to give him a mulligan on the quicksand thing in return for Giraffe not urinating on his "shorter creatures".

Stage 4: Depression - The quicksand is almost at his head, but still on the neck. Giraffe begins crying heavily and cries for his mommy.

Stage 5: Acceptance - The quicksand is just under his head. Giraffe now wants to die as he reassures himself Heaven is wonderful and full of leaves and slurpee machines. Just as he is ready to go, he hits the bottom of the quicksand. He cusses just as a lemming approaches him and uses him as a stepping stone.

Lil' Hitler (Part 3)

Lil' Hitler is shown one more time, this time, with all of the desks except the USA's and another desk. The American child claims it is not his problem until the Japanese child knocks over his drink.

X-Academy

The original X-Men are lost in a fight with a Sentinel, killed by the robot's iron fist. Professor Charles Xavier recruits the stars of the Police Academy to replace them and are subjected to horrifyingly lethal training programs. Many of them die during the training process. After graduation, the new X-men are sent to fight the robot with the same results, much quicker as they are kicked far away. Not saddened one bit, Xavier looks at the Sentinel and asks "Same time next week?"

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is about to stick his finger in an empty light bulb socket.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeySausage_Fest

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Television episode
Title Drippy Pony
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "Mission accomplished, gentlemen. The system works."
Season 2
Episode 16
Airdate October 22 2006
Production 34
Writer Hugh Davidson
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Director Doug Goldstein
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
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Drippy Pony is the sixteenth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Bumper Car Malfunction

Just one of the bumper cars doesn't work.

Jesus and the Argonauts

Jason and Jesus lead the Argonauts. Argonauts with last names beginning with "A" through "K" get to go with Jason; "L" through "Z" go with Jesus.

Jason's men find the golden fleece, piles of treasure, and nubile sex slaves.

Jesus uses his traditional pacifist methods, such as "turn the other cheek" - "get meek" - "treat thy neighbor as thyself", and while all of his men get killed, Jesus is resurrected over and over again.

Deep Throat Mistaken Identity

Bob Woodward looks for Deepthroat - he finds Rimjob instead.

My Stalker

From the creators of My Buddy, America's "best friend" is a new line of "friends", including "My Stalker", "My Ex-Girlfriend" and "My friend I once experimented with at a summer camp" and its not the reason why he made me gay.

Orlando Bloomin' Onion

Orlando Bloom saves two survivors of a plane crash by actually having a head topped with a blooming onion.

March of the Penguin

A documentary about the Batman villain The Penguin.

Who Wants Ice Cream?

The Ice Cream man gets a little shook up as the kids begin to tip over his vehicle.

Micronaut Mountain Climbing

The Micronauts climb the mountains. The red micronaut gets killed when the evil micronaut pushes him off the top of the mountain, then the evil micronaut accidentally falls of the mountain when a paper airplane gets caught in his jet turbines. After pushing the white micronaut off the mountain, the blue micronaut reaches the mountain top and sees that the green micronaut climbed the left mountain, after some arguement, the micronauts are pushed off the "mountains" which turn out to be a sleeping woman's breasts covered with a bedsheet.

Playboymobil

Two Playmobil Cowboys tire of their cowboy set and check out some of the other playsets, including a castle, an airport, and the Playmobile Mansion. They meet Hugh Hefner and his three girlfriends.

Jesus and the Argonauts (Part 2)

Jesus is being beaten/killed again and again by a cyclops, while quoting platitudes between each beating, stating at the end, "Do you know who my dad is?"

NORAD Shoots Down Santa

Santa Claus is tracked by NORAD, and because of new security regulations, and with his refusal to turn over a passenger list and cargo list, Santa is ordered to divert to Canada by a pair of F-14s. Pulling a rocket launcher intended for Charlton Heston, Santa is downed. The Episode closes with two children sitting and staring at a Christmas tree with no presents underneath it.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has been run over by a car after trying to get across the road with a chicken.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyDrippy_Pony

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Television episode
Title Day at the Circus
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption "You're a big hand now, Thing. Maybe it's time you made it on your own."
Season 2
Episode[[ 17
]] Airdate 29 October 2006
Production 37
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Tom Root
Guests
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Day at the Circus is the seventeenth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken.

List of skits

Medusa's Hairdresser

Medusa complains that she "just can't do a thing with it".

A Go Job For Snow Job

Snow Job finds his specialized skills and uniform aren't in high demand with G.I. Joe. Only when called by Switzerland which is being overrun with yeti, does he feel needed - until he finds out that it was a practical joke by the others.

An Apple a Day

A boy is in the doctor's office and the doctor is about to give him a shot, when the boy pulls out an apple and 'points' it at the doctor. The doctor hisses and backs away.

The Wizard of Vomit

As Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion walk down the yellow brick road, the Cowardly Lion has indigestion from the Flying Monkey roadkill, and vomits all over the yellow brick road. Seeing this, the Scarecrow becomes nauseated, and vomits up piles of straw. The Tin Man, seeing this, joins by vomiting motor oil and nuts and bolts. Dorothy joins in, vomiting up piles of straw - which leads the others to question her relationship with the Scarecrow. Toto, however, is non-plussed, licking up the Cowardly Lion's vomit.

Thing Leaves the Family

Thing grows up and leaves The Addams Family nest. Thing, works as a typist, meets a girl, is "dumped" because he doesn't have reproductive organs, and attempts to kill himself, but can't work the gun correctly to do so. Returning to work, he meets "Emma Jig", who is another disembodied hand, and ends up marrying her.

Fireman Stripper Pole

As gentlemen enjoy a lady pole dancing, suddenly firemen begin coming down it as a fire pole and she is trampled in the process.

Leprechaun Gold

A stereotypically drunk Irish leprechaun is easily caught at a bar, thus having to give his captor a Pot of Gold. The first 'captor' announces he's giving out real gold, and we see all of the gold disappearing from a cave in Ireland and appearing with the various bar patrons. The Leprechaun bankers in the cave are wondeirng what to do about this, and one gets an idea. Back at the bar, the last patron gets the last pot, which is filled with green "Leprechaun crap". While asking why he got a pot of crap, a leprechaun in the cave is seen pulling his pants up and says 'that'll put an end to that', the other two leprechauns high-five each other.

The Memory Game

The Memory Game challenges the brainpower of contestants, and the penalty for failure is death!

Charles, the 1st contestant, from Toronto, Ontario, Canada enters the "Hall of Memory" - where he asks, "So, what am I supposed to do..." and is promptly shot through the head with an arrow.

Hugh, the 2nd contestant who doesn't want to play any more, enters the "Hall of Memory", remembering the arrows, but is impaled on spikes arising from the floor.

Martha, after presumably many, many unseen contestants, ducks under the arrows, avoids the spikes, dodges a falling boulder, swings over a pit of molten lava, reveals a hidden axe to defeat a living skeleton, runs through a cloud of poison gas, jumps over a pair of saw-blades, selects from a pile of brownies the 1 without laxatives and plays "Greensleeves" on a giant piano, opening a door and completing the challenge. But when she claims her prize, she is faced with a huge rolling boulder, like in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The Black Stallion

The Black Stallion teaches us about race relationships.

Billy the Snowman

Two children are out building a snowman, when their mother calls them in for hot chocolate. She asks if they know where Billy is, and they both reply "no". When the house door slams shut, a glove falls off the snowman, revealing a child's arm.

Tough Love

Tough Love the movie! Oprah and Dr. Phil team up in the greatest buddy cop movies ever!

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has poked a pool cue in his right eye.http://www.robotchicken.org/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyDayatthe_Circus

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Television episode
Title Lust for Puppets
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Mario: "You killed my brother! You sons of a bitches!"
Season 2
Episode 18
Airdate November 5 2006
Production 38
Writer Hugh Davidson
Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Seth Green
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Lust for Puppets is the eighteenth episode of season two of the television series Robot Chicken.

It was nominated for Outstanding Animated Program (Programming Less Than One Hour) at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards.

List of skits

Cheerleader Surprise

A cheerleader shows her big giant cock. "Come on team you really rock, check it out I have a (Gasp)!" This skit most people found offensively hilarious.

Montezuma's Revenge

Montezuma's revenge on Hern'an Cort'es is Montezuma's Revenge.

Calvin's Therapy Adventures

Calvin receives Hobbes as a gift from his parents and thinks he is real. After seeing Calvin interact with Hobbes as if he were alive, his parents, fearing for his sanity, send him to a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist performs shock therapy and prescribes pills for him, which unfortunately doesn't get rid of Hobbes. Hobbes tells Calvin to get revenge on his parents by killing them, and Calvin, who blames their chainsaw massacre on Hobbes, gets sent to a padded cell, with straitjacket, in a mental hospital.

Karate Kid Knocked Down

The Karate Kid gets knocked down.

Two Weeks Notice

A man gives his "two week notice" by peeing on his boss and his boss' desk.

Pop Goes the Casket!

A clown's funeral, where the casket is actually a jack in the box.

Grandma Pix Message

A young boy accidentally sends a picture of his penis to his Grandma via his cell phone.

Montezuma's Revenge (Part 2)

Montezuma's revenge in traffic.

Cameron's Last Day

Cameron Diaz has only 24 hours to live in "Cameron Diaz, Dead by Dawn"! She wreaks her revenge on: :Bill Murray for making Lucy Liu cry on the set of Charlie's Angels :Ben Stiller for giving her cancer with his fake semen (who also has cancer) :John Rutter for blackmailing her with topless photos of her, unfortunately he's in prison for it and won't be out for another four years. :The paparazzi by strapping a bomb to herself and blowing them all up. Next to her memorial statue, the paparazzi are given a memorial - a bronze toilet.

:*Cameron D'iaz's cancer is caused by a substance used in a particularly infamous scene in There's Something About Mary.

Milano's Big Push

What happens when a women pushes too hard. Items that join the 18 or so babies include a football, ski boots, parking meter, stop sign, and a bear.

Chili Time

Chili straight from New York City.

Frankenstein's Fiancee

Meet my fiancee, Frankenstein!

Ride My Ass

The carnival attraction "Ride my ass" - just $4.

Montezuma's Revenge (Part 3)

Montezuma has his revenge on the "Woohoo!" party girl.

Mouse Kamikaze

A group of cats, just 'shooting the breeze, get blown up by a kamikaze mouse.

Grand Theft Mario

Mario and Luigi end up in Vice City, and after getting a flat tire, they get their go-kart pimped out. They have problems coping with the realities of the city, including prostitutes, police, and illegal drugs. Luigi is brought down by the police, and Mario avenges his death - getting killed in the effort. Yoshi gets lost in Raccoon City, and is eaten by zombies.

:* Mario, Luigi drive their cart from Mario Kart: Double Dash and Yoshi driving his go-kart from Super Mario Kart and Mario Kart 64. :* In addition, Mario and Luigi's "pimped out" car is Wario and Waluigi's car from Mario Kart: Double Dash. :* Mario and Luigi end up in Vice City, the setting of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, although the Robot Chicken version shares more of a resemblance to Liberty City. The segment replicates several features from the series, including the five-star "Wanted" meter. :* Yoshi drives into Raccoon City, the setting of the Resident Evil games, where he is eaten by zombies.

Cast/voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has inked an upside-down tattoo onto his own chest.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyLustforPuppets

Awards

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Television episode
Title Anne Marie's Pride
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption "Beat that fool!"
Season 2
Episode 19
Airdate November 12 2006
Production 39
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Seth Green
Guests
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Anne Marie's Pride is the nineteenth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken. When this episode originally aired, it was titled "Donkey Punch".

List of skits

Titanic Instant Messaging

Titanic survivors Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet say their final farewells via textspeak.

Attempted Clown Suicide

A clown tries to commit suicide, by making a balloon animal noose, but fails.

I Pity That Foo

Foo Fighters fight fools with Mr. T.

Bird Feeding

A parental bird doesn't have the regurgitation aspect of feeding the chicks down, as it barfs on them and the nest.

Stretch Armstrong Transplant

Stretch Armstrong can't stretch any more, as with his age his corn syrup has hardened. He gets a corn syrup transplant; but when he first tries his stretching, his stitches break away - spraying the entire family with all of his corn syrup, leaving him an empty, deflated, shell.

Chili Day

"Chairry" from Pee Wee's Playhouse laments the fact that it's "Chili Day" at the playhouse, as Pee Wee Herman walks in with a big bowl of chili con carne, sits down on her, and begins to pass gas as he eats it.

Gary's Crappy Day

Gary Coleman appears in a commercial outlining how he gets money fast. Ironically his real financial situation is bad, because he runs into difficulty getting paid. On his way home, he runs into Emmanuel Lewis, who is much better off financially, so Gary decides to visit Conrad Bain at the old nursing home for help. To make things worse, Conrad is painting a naked version of Gary lying on roses and suggests Gary wear an assless suit. After that, Gary is killed by an American Football player and in Heaven God tells him that he has not yet earned his halo, so he must return to Earth... back to Conrad Bain in the assless suit.

Books Are Fun

A nerd in bed, wearing a retainer, says "Books are fun." This is done in the style of a public service announcement.

GPS Dating

A date with the Lisa the GPS on-board navigational computer goes horribly wrong. Lisa also controls the radio - is curious if the driver has a girlfriend, and ends up on a date with him. After a first date, the guy dumps her - and she gives him directions to drive over a cliff.

Subway Monster

As two subway trains pass, an oblivious woman in the nearer car does not see in the further car a man being mauled by a monster.

Chipmunks Origin

Alvin and the Chipmunks originally are baritones and basses when singing, and sing quite "badly", so David Seville, their manager attempts to kill them with "deadly helium", which is oddly placed where a fire extinguisher should be. As they inhale the helium their voices mutate, getting higher and higher, to the tones with which we are familiar with. The problem is that they inhale a bit too much of the helium, and get knocked out from asphyxiation.

A Name That Parents Should Never Give Their Children

Why you shouldn't name your kid "timber".

At the Movies

Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper review the new movies. Roeper is out with "a bad case of who gives a f***," and the guest host is M. Night Shyamalan.

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has stuck his hand into a meat grinder.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/viewphoto.php?setalbumName=Stoop%21dMonkey&id=StoopdMonkeyAnneMaries_Pride

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Television episode
Title Book of Corrine
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption "One vaccine! Hah! Hah! Hah! Two vaccine! Hah! Hah! Hah!"
Season 2
Episode 20
Airdate November 19 2006
Production 40
Writer Jordan Allen-Dutton
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Dan Milano
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Erik Weiner
Director Matthew Senreich
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Book of Corrine is the twentieth episode of season two of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, the season finale.

List of Skits

GoBots critiqued

The Show's normal opening is interuppted by a nerd, who shows his viewing audience an annotated version / critique of Robot Chicken's previous GoBots skit.

Snail police

Traffic speed laws enforced in the snail world.

Ninja Stars

Ninjas compete in a game show which tests their stealth and effectiveness as assassins. Judges are Jet Li, Ang Lee, and Christopher Lee. The show is ultimately called off, as the last 2 contestants were found dead in the dressing room.

Feeding baby

Frustrated mom takes her "yum yum train" analogy just a bit too far - which ultimately works!

Lobster with 'tude

A lobster in a restaurant tank shows his attitude toward diners.

Vince Vaughn Bangs Your Mom

Vince Vaughn presents his new hit show, "Vince Vaughn Bangs Your Mom." The sketch features a line from Cypress Hill's song, "Insane in the Brain". (Bust her ass like a looter in a riot)

Sock puppets

The down-side of being a sock puppet for a 14 year old boy with a huge libido.

Big Bird Flu

The cast of Sesame Street deals with a viral outbreak when Big Bird catches the bird flu. The word of the day is "quarantine"! Big Bird's death also means the death of his imaginary friend, Snuffleupagus. The episode is "brought to you by the letters CDC".

A Message From the Bees

Just remember to B yourself - and don't f--- with us or we'll sting you all at once and kill you.

Alive

A robot learns what it means to be alive. Brought to you by "Vanax".

Santa

Santa gives a new meaning to "Ho, ho, ho" when he runs across three hos.

Jasper, the Douchebag Ghost

Meet Casper's brother, "Jasper, the Douchebag Ghost." Jasper abuses the elderly, the handicapped; he's rude, crude and obscene - his catch-phrase is 'lick my sack'.

Coke or Pepsi

Diners give one option when they don't get their preferred cola-flavoured beverage.

Natural causes

What's left when a snowman dies of natural causes?

Telethon

In an attempt to get more people to support Seth Green and Matthew Seriech getting a third season for Robot Chicken, the show holds a telethon (with characters from the past episodes). They start off with bringing out a cute puppy, which will get shotgunned by Matt if no one calls. Matt 'accidentally' shoots the puppy before anyone calls (afterward, Seth whispers to him that the weren't actually going to shoot it). They then bring out Arnold the Monkey, who is given the same fate. While fighting over the gun, Matt accidentally shoots the bloopers host. Matt then realizes that people are calling in because of the violence, and begins to shoot all the people in the room, much to Seth's anger (although Seth is shot too).

The scene finishes at the beginning of the third series...

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

Stoop!d Monkey logo 1: He is tangled up in tape. Please STAND BY, WE ARE EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES is posted below him, along with the adult swim logo.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyTechnical_Difficulties

Stoop!d Monkey logo 2: He is hanging from a tree branch with one hand while sawing it off with the other.http://www.robotchicken.info/gallery/Stoop%21dMonkey/StoopdMonkeyBookofCorrine

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Television episode
Title Werewolf vs. Unicorn
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-werewolfvsunicorn.jpg]
Caption A border guard questions Governor Schwarzenegger how he got into the United States.
Season 3
Episode 41
Airdate August 12 2007
Production 1
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Zeb Wells
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Werewolf vs. Unicorn is the first episode of season three of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, the season premiere.

List of Skits

This is the first time that an episode has aired without the opening sequence, the opening credits are added to the end.

Seth's Revenge

In a continuation from Book of Corrine cliffhanger, the nerd, Seth Green, and other murdered staff members take revenge on Matthew Senreich, Mike Lazzo, and Keith Crofford for murdering them at the telethon, but decide not to kill Matt since killing them gave them better health insurance, and life continues normal except for the smell and food.

Fantasy Island

A parody of TV's Fantasy Island, the guest is disappointed that all his fantasies are not realized, as Herv'e Villechaize turns out to be a midget.

Defenders of the Earth

The Defenders of the Earth, Mandrake the Magician, Flash Gordon, The Phantom, turn out not to be able to defend the earth, as they are just a glorified Neighborhood Watch association, just defending one block of the Earth.

Snork Tubes

We discover what the "tubes" on The Snorks heads are for.

The Shouter

In a parody of the TV commercials for The Clapper, where high volume vocalizations (usually laced with obscenities) takes the place of clapping to turn on and off various appliances.

The Sad Fate of Soundwave

The Decepticon Soundwave from TV's The Transformers discovers he's a little dated while spying on an "ultimate death ray". His internal tape is discovered to be a mixtape "Summer Lovin' - 1985"; he runs on D batteries. The 2 scientists building the death ray rip the tape out, killing Rumble in the process, and remove Soundwave's batteries, shutting him down.

After being missing for several days, Megatron and Shockwave discover he is being sold on EBay for 500 - with a 1,000 "buy it now" option.

Gyro-Robo News Hour

There's trouble on the Gyro-Robo news hour when Daniel is harassed by a neighbour, and is forced to go to a commercial break when his mom calls to him, telling him that she has made Snickerdoodles.

Fraternity Shake

The elaborate and violent nature of college fraternity handshakes is shown.

You Like Basketball?

A man about to undergo a prostate examination is shocked by his doctor, who, wearing an over-sized foam novelty "#1 hand" is about to proceed with the examination.

Naming the Animals

Adam is bestowed the power to name all the animals of the Earth by God. After naming the horse and the bear, a flamboyant friend named Steve assists in naming the peacock, swallow, and the ramburgler.

The Game of Life

We learn about how the spinner in The Game of Life can affect everything.

Sleestak Library

A Sleestak whose cell phone goes off in the library, leading to the others to "shhh" him. The "shhh" become simply "sssss", a trademark sound of the TV characters.

Illegal Alien Problems

Governor Schwarzenegger investigates the illegal immigration issue with "illegal aliens" Speedy Gonzales, Dora the Explorer, Slowpoke Rodriguez, and Zorro. Technical innovations on the "high tech border fence" are explained by border guard Sylvester the Cat. Gov. Schwarzenegger turns to the aid of Superman who is on his way to deport El Dorado. When Schwarzenegger asks Superman about his origins, Superman flies away - and when a border guard asks Schwarzenegger how he got into the country, he also flies away ("Up, up, and away!").

Cast / Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

Trivia

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Television episode
Title Squaw Bury Shortcake
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-squawburyshortcake.jpg]
Caption Bob Barker comes face to face with Snoop Dogg.
Season 3
Episode 42
Airdate August 19 2007
Production 2
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Squaw Bury Shortcake is the second episode of Season Three's Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Where Did He Touch You

In a courtroom an alien is asked in what area he was touched. Although he starts to point to Area 51, he says "penis".

Tiny's Big Problem

Tiny from G-Force is told that his weight is causing problems for the group. After dropping the weight, he becomes faster and stronger. Out of jealousy, Mark and Jason decide to do something about it. Mark was going to make Tiny overweight again, while Jason chose to kill Tiny. Mark reacted, "Okay, we were not thinking the same thing at all here."

Masturbation MythBusters

The skit opens with Hyneman and Savage saying, "Hello and welcome to MythBusters. On today's episode: the Holocaust." The two then get a call from a frantic mother who says her son won't stop masturbating. She says she told him he'd go blind, but he says it is just a myth. Jamie then slams down the phone, and the two jump into a van with the plate "Bust-A-Myth 1". They spew out the "facts" about the myth on the way to the house; these include the supposed amount of zinc lost through ejaculation, and that no one would be able to ejaculate so much as to lose enough zinc to go blind from zinc deficiency. After reaching the house, the mother answers the door and Savage and Hyneman burst through it. They enter the room the boy is in, and in a parody of Ghostbusters, hit him with the movie's signature ray guns, then maneuver him into one of the movie's ghost traps. They end with saying, "Another myth busted, here on Mythbusters!"

Isaac Newton's First Reaction

Isaac Newton sits under the apple tree when an apple hits him on the head. He becomes enraged, and rips the tree out of the ground.

Are You Timmy?

A toilet monster asks if a boy who is brushing his teeth if he is Timmy but the boy answers no, so the toilet monster goes back to find Timmy.

Run Forrest, Run

A bunch of Ents run by while a girl yells "run, forest, run!", parodying a quote from Forrest Gump.

Popeye Intervention

Popeye becomes addicted to spinach.

King of the Monsters

Godzilla introduces Minilla to the monster trade, the Training Day way.

New Ghost Rider

A Ghost Rider without a Motorcycle uses a Segway.

Council of Evil Tables

Tablesmasher fights the Council of Evil Tables and discovers that it's leader the South African Conference Table has diplomatic immunity. His cop friend tries to comfort him.

Give a Mouse a Cookie

"If you give a mouse a cookie, he'll want a glass of milk. If you give him some milk, he'll want more. If you give him more milk, he'll develop a taste for human blood. if he develops a taste for human blood, he'll become a vampire. If he becomes a vampire, he'll have to make followers. Now if he makes some followers, they'll need to feed. If they feed too much, the National Guard will be called out. If the National Guard is called out, they too will become fodder for the vampires. If the National Guard fails, the President will call in a nuclear strike. If a nuke is dropped, hundreds of thousands of people will die. America will become a nuclear wasteland and collapse. With no one to keep the rest of the world's nukes in check, every crackpot nation will launch their own. Eventually, the entire earth will be destroyed." - A woman tells her son this is why she had to kill her husband and lied that she killed him because he was about to give a mouse a cookie.

Feel Lucky, Punk?

Dirty Harry finally finds a bad guy that does feel lucky, but it's only because he stepped on a leprechaun.

Your Mom Says

A man finds out what his Mom says because of c**k in her mouth.

Bob Barker's New Gig

Bob Barker retires, and can correctly name all the prices of items he buys at the grocery store down to the cent. The next day at his house, he finds his neighbor walking his dog. Bob asks if he's spayed or neutered his pet, to which the neighbor replies "no". Bob then goes crazy and decides to become a vigilante, hunting down dogs and cats to neuter them, dressed similarly to Blade. He then goes a little too far and neuters a panda who was supposed to impregnate another panda, therefore saving the species. Some dogs playing cards see a news report about it, and decide something has to be done. Bob is lured down to a "dog show" which is actually a trap. When he arrives, he finds a single dog there, which shape-shifts into Snoop Dogg. A battle ensues that mirrors the battle between Beatrix Kiddo and Go-Go Yubari in Kill Bill until Snoop Dogg hits Bob in the testicles. Bob goes down, only to come back up and respond: "I'm 83 years old, stupid! I've been shooting off dust for years! But I wouldn't mind a replacement!" After that, Bob cuts Snoop Dogg's testicles and replaces them with live grenades.

Cast

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey is holding a knife and an octopus on his head at a sushi bar.

Trivia

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Television episode
Title Rabbits on a Roller Coaster
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-rabbitsonarollercoaster.jpg]
Caption "Who the frak jerked off in my frakking coffee?!" (A scene from Frakking Galactica skit).
Season 3
Episode 43
Airdate August 26 2007
Production 3
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Zeb Wells
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Rabbits on a Roller Coaster is the forty-third episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Elf Tree Rampage

It seems like another day to make delicious cookies at the Keebler elf tree until squirrels show up.

The Worst Halloween

Young Randy's worst Halloween ever begins with an ill-fitting Pink Ranger costume and goes downhill from there.

Gavel Whacking

The judge declares his verdict over and over and over...

Frakking Galactica

A cavalcade of thinly disguised swearing.

The Last Unicorn

The Last Unicorn is strangely determined to stay the last of her kind.

Turbo Teen

When Brett passes out drunk after a failed date and turns into Turbo Teen, he suffers every indignity possible for an unlocked, unattended car on a city street, culminating in a dismembered Brett dying in a junkyard trach compactor.

Chocolate Easter Eggs

A little boy on Easter displays his chocolate egg to the Easter Bunny only to find out it isn't what he expected.

Dick Tracy's a Dick

Tracy's clever nicknames for others are getting out of hand.

The Worst School Day

An epilogue to "The Worst Halloween".

Charlotte's New Web

Charlotte decides to sell Wilbur at $4.99 a pound.

Follow the Light, Rainbow

What did little Wisp really leave behind to become Rainbow Brite?

Put a M.A.S.K. On It

M.A.S.K. leader Matt Trakker gets more than he bargained for when he turns to internet dating to find a mother figure for his son.

Mutant Enemy Insanity

The creature from the Mutant Enemy production logo goes on a rampage.

Cast

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has fallen prey to a giant carnivorous monkey-eating plant.

External links

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Television episode
Title Tapping a Hero
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-tappingahero.jpg_]
Caption George W. Bush receives a Gremlin as a gift.
Season 3
Episode 44
Airdate September 2 2007
Production 4
Writer Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Zeb Wells
Director Chris McKay
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Rabbits on a Roller Coaster
Next Shoe

Tapping a Hero is the 44th episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Delicious Gummy Bears

A pink gummy bear gets her foot caught in a bear trap and has to chew her leg off to escape, discovering in the process that she is delicious. She hops away on one leg and promptly steps into another bear trap. The gummy bears ad pops up at the end of the skit, claiming that gummy bears are so delicious "You'll chew off your own leg!"

There's Something On The Wing

In a Parody of The Twilight Zone, a gremlin on the wing of an airplane molests the eyes of one of the passengers.

Chicken Room

A parody of Law & Order which features chickens. The address used '50 W93pd St.' is real, just a block away from Central Park.

George W. Gremlin

George W. Bush receives a mogwai as a gift from China. It reproduces, and Bush over-feeds the little creatures, causing them to mutate into mischievous little beasts, Gremlins, which cause wanton chaos around the White House, eventually culminating in a nuclear apocalypse which destroys the White House and much of the world. In order to survive, Bush, his wife, and his pet mogwai eat Dick Cheney.

I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up to Stop You

During a Life Alert commercial, a man robs a crippled old lady's television....and her purse.

The 33 Year Old Virgin

In a parody of the Steve Carrell movie, "The 40 Year Old Virgin," Jesus Christ's friends try to help him get some "action."

Toss to the Death

Tossing a ball & sending the poor guy to his death might not be the best thing to do at a carnival.

The Origin of Smokey

Smokey the Bear tells a group of elementary school kids how he got his job preventing forest fires, which leads to a colorful story about Marijuana abuse, babies being cooked because they were mistaken for turkeys, and the wonders of seven million hours of community service.

Superheroes Tonight

Pamela Anderson and Stan Lee host "Superheroes Tonight" to give out the latest superhero gossip.

As it turns out, Stan Lee is playing with his action figures until he is called down to dinner causing Stan to don a Spider-Man mask and jump out the window.

The Origin of The Watcher and The Shocker

A segment after the credits. When Pamela Anderson asks who the Watcher is, Stan answer to her that the Watcher watches from the moon just like the Punisher punishes people and the Shocker....

Cast

Stoop!d Monkey

That monkey is holding a bow with an arrow in his eye.

External links

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Television episode
Title Shoe
Series Robot Chicken
Season 3
Episode 45
Airdate September 9 2007
Production 5
Writer Harp Pekin
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Ben Schwartz
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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Shoe is the 45th episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Bedroom Dysfunction

Barbie's boyfriend Ken seems to have Erectile dysfunction, but really doesn't have a penis at all.

Ted and Jenna's Rampage

Ted Kennedy and Jenna Jameson meet in a bar. They see they have a problem. They are tired of Hollywood actors and actresses taking politicians and pornstars jobs, so they go on a killing spree, killing the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Paris Hilton. Seth Green is seen watching the Academy Awards at home when their killing spree reached there. They are arrested, but escape from jail...before running themselves off a bridge.

Micro Machines Man's Life

The Micro Machines Man is shown advertising the line of cars and talking about his bitter divorce. Featuring John Moschitta, Jr., the same actor who performed as the Micro Machines Man and voiced the Transformer Blurr.

Bungie Snack

A man bungie jumps towards a river and is eaten by an alligator.

The Tortoise, The Hare and the Ugly

It seems the tortoise won more than the race...

Rescuing Zelda

After a 50 hour quest, Link rescues Princess Zelda and wants a decent reward. He is instead given 8 rupees.

Straitjacket Escape

A mental hospital patient escapes his straitjacket and is applauded by the staff. The staff is then informed that he was a violent, schizophrenic, rapist with a touch of dementia and the strength of 8 men. But they're still impressed.

Mona Lisa's Smile

It is revealed that the reason that the Mona Lisa is depicted not fully smiling is because of the painter passing gas.

Stopping Sonic

Sonic the Hedgehog learns the true ruthless nature of Green Hill's speed police department. Sonic runs through the landscape, but ends up getting impaled and injured by a spike strip, laid by two hidden Police officers.

The Lagoon Creature's Name

The Creature from the Black Lagoon decides to get politically correct, and says that he would like to be called "The Creature from the African-American Lagoon"

The Sectaurs' Final Mission

Dragon-fliers + Bug zapper = massive hilarity. "Spidrax! Spinning web! I see what you did there, and I like it!"

Homeless Airlines

An airplane made of junk is shown, but it turns out that it is a homeless man describing how he will get home to Alaska

Hernia Check

A doctor tells his patient to turn his head and cough. He does, and the result is exactly what the doctor expected: he let a stranger grab his balls.

Million Dollar Direct TV Baby

DirectTV intercedes on the most touching scene of Million Dollar Baby to whore out their premium cable service.

The Humping Robot Goes Vegas

The Humping Robot is back, and he's teaching fellow gamblers that the best way to get a pay off, is to get the machine to...put out?

The Death of He-Man

Skeletor and the gang accidentally commit Eternia's 1st murder on He-Man, which, through a crazy train of events typical only of Robot Chicken, lead to Orko committing Eternia's 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th murders.

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Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey breaks the zoo's cardinal rule by feeding the animals one of his hands.

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Television episode
Title Endless Breadsticks
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-endlessbreadsticks.jpg_]
Caption The giant fat black suit disguised as women, slam dunking a basketball.
Season 3
Episode 46
Airdate September 16 2007
Production 6
Writer Harp Pekin
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Ben Schwartz
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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List of Skits

Like a Mirror

In Soviet Russia, Robot Chicken watches you!

Giant Fat Black Suit Movie

The fourth movie about guys in giant fat black suits disguised as women in the past three months. It may be a dying genre.

Puppet Problems

"Aw crap, Victor's stroking out again!"

Big Jim!

Heroes, player haters, and ironic nicknames abound in this skit, as well as massive hilarity.

Pound Puppies For Sale

Adopt a puppy from the pound...or else.

Mercenary

Come to Dave's Mercenary Warehouse! We'll either kill the right guy, or your money back.

Riddler's Home Life

The Riddler makes a riddle for the salt, "Just ask for the salt!"

Full Moon Tonight

The greatest gag ever ends in a horrible murder.

Doug at a Bar

Doug Funnie tells us the story of his life after Doug.

Screw Youssical the Musical

Robot Chicken gets Dr. Seussified.

Mumm-Ra is Mrs. Mumbletipeg

Snarf is killed, Mumm-Ra fails to kill Lion-O again when he attempts to disguise himself as a nanny, and Cheetara amuses us with her bathing antics.

Ma-Mutt is Hungry

Ma-Mutt waits to be fed by Mumm-Ra not known what happened to his owner.

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Television episode
Title Yancy the Yo-Yo Boy
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-yancytheyoyoboy.jpg_]
Caption The dinosaurs plan for their Armageddon.
Season 3
Episode 47
Airdate September 23 2007
Production 7
Writer Harp Pekin
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Ben Schwartz
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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List of Skits

And Relax

A man's visit to the chiropractor takes an unexpected turn

Dinosaur Armageddon

When an asteroid hurtling towards earth threatens all life on the planet, the dinosaurs decide that the solution is to fly onto the asteroids surface and destroy it, as in the popular movie Armageddon. The dinosaurs failed. This turns out to be a story by George W. Bush.

This is Going to Hurt Me

A man warns his son "This is going to hurt me more than it's going to hurt you" before drilling himself in the head.

Barbie Exposed

Barbie competes against one of the Bratz on the popular MTV Show Exposed.

Stand For the Anthem

When it comes to the National Anthem, a paraplegic man can't stand for it.

Bride of Beetlejuice

A look at the dysfunctional family life of Beetlejuice

Robin Hood Wins and Loses

What happens when the results of an archery contest are brought into dispute?

I'd Gladly Pay You Tuesday

Wimpy finds himself facing Popeye's fists after he is unable to "pay him Tuesday for a hamburger today."

Greatest American Nerd

A nerd who fantasizes about being a superhero finds an alien super suit, with less than stellar results. Bill Maxwell arrives and uses his unconscious body to help save the world. When he returns the nerd to his house, the alien reappears to reclaim the suit and manual due to they got the address wrong. After the alien leaves, the nerd is left naked and two girls take a picture of his tiny penis with their picture cellphone when he regains conscious.

Fred Flintstone's Brake Pads

When Fred Flintstone's brakes are damaged, does he go to a hospital or a mechanic?

Richie Rich's Crib

A look at the fabulous crib of Richie Rich.

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Trivia

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Television episode
Title More Blood, More Chocolate
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-morebloodmorechocolate.jpg]
Caption Four kids explore an unusual haunted house.
Season 3
Episode 48
Airdate September 30 2007
Production 309
Writer Harp Pekin
Mike Fasolo
Doug Goldstein
Seth Green
Ben Schwartz
Tom Root
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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More Blood, More Chocolate is the 48th episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

And How Did That Joke Make You Feel?

Two different, Poor couples fool a banker with incorrect retirement investment forms.

Unplanned Invasion

Alien driving tests sure can produce disastrous results.

Rape Ghost

Four Kids. A Haunted House. One Rape Ghost. The skit is similar to that of a Scooby Doo episode "Hassle in the castle".

Sleepy Kitty

What happens when a cat falls asleep on a couch next to a very fat man who rolls around

Timber!

When you cut down a tree with a tree house

Bob the Union Scab

Bob the Builder takes on the Union.

Monster Realty

Some monsters are shopping around for space under a bed.

My Name is Sonny

The Cocoa Puffs bird joins a support group.

Next Stop, Lonelyville

A man and his train set.

Pee Wee's Secret Word

In an episode of Pee Wee's Playhouse, when Cowboy Curtis walks in, and says he has cancer, it is revealed that cancer is the secret word of the day!

GI Joe's Fight for the Weather

Members of G.I. Joe and Cobra look back on their battle for the Weather Dominator. It all started on September 10, 1984 when Cobra Commander uses the Weather Dominator on different locations of the world and threatening it if the Earth doesn't bow down to him. G.I. Joe is called in to stop Cobra Commander. Duke and Snake-Eyes ended up captured and forced to fight each other in the Cobra's Sportatorium. Duke compared this to if the Nazis captured Dwight D. Eisenhower and put World War II on pause so they can see him and a mute guy in a ninja suit fight. When Duke tells Snake-Eyes no offense, he writes "None Taken" on the Etch A Sketch which Duke couldn't read. The Weather Dominator was broken into three fragments and scattered around the Earth. When Destro is asked how that made him feel, he draws angry eyebrows on him when he expected more than three pieces would be scattered. Thus a three-fronted battle began at three different locations:

The final assault on the Cobra Stronghold led to G.I. Joe planting an American Flag in Cobra Commander's butt: both metaphorically and in one unfortunate case literally. Duke states that Cobra Commander went to prison and the other countries wanted Cobra Commander put to death until Zartan sprung him from prison with a wickerbasket thing and a remote-controlled snake or something. When Snake-Eyes uses the Etch A Sketch to write a comment, Duke just tells him to stop.

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Television episode
Title Celebutard Mountain
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Chachi: "I trust you...Are you gonna rape me?"
Fonzie: "Woah! Sit on it!"
Chachi: "Are you gonna make me sit on it?"
Season 3
Episode 49
Airdate October 7 2007
Production 311
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Celebutard Mountain is the 49th episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

The PS3 Big Winner

Prizes and cameo appearances, Robot Chicken style.

Joust Ruminations

Joust just doesn't make any sense.

Japanese Mr. Rogers

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, as seen in Japan.

The Comedy of Science

Reveals what mathematicians consider to be jokes.

Death in Operation

Operation is serious business.

Spawn Went Down to Georgia

Spawn battles the forces of Hell, Georgia style.

Have Some Self Respect!

At Daytona Beach! Spring Break Contest, girl did something 'special' which no one enjoys it and get carried away by the police.

The Big Bad Cross Dressing Wolf

The Big Bad Wolf isn't willing to get out of the grandmother's clothing just yet.

Everybody Hates Christ

A parody of The Passion of the Christ. Starring Jesus Christ as he gets tortured by many medieval weapons. Name is a reference to Everybody Hates Chris.

The Pursuit of Happy Days

A parody of The Pursuit of Happyness feature Fonzie and Chachi from Happy Days.

New Tunes on the Radio

The hottest new song is called "Get them, they're different!", by The Nazis.

"I will ass-rape you with a pitchfork!!!"

Iron Man's Coming

Two of Mandarin's henchmen hear Iron Man coming. They hear him in the vent and he eventually falls on them when trying to go through the air vent. When Iron Man couldn't get up, he activates his rocket boots which dragged him along the floor killing the henchmen and ending up outside of Mandarin's room. When Mandarin comes out, he tells Iron Man to leave.

Top 100 Final Episodes Ever

A top 100 countdown of the final episodes ever:

Coming up on VH1's Top 100 Final Episodes ever, the last episode of M*A*S*H featuring the scene where Hawkeye Pierce confesses that he saw a baby being killed, not a chicken.

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Television episode
Title Moesha Poppins
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption The Star Wars gang have a rather awkward meal with Darth Vader in Cloud City.
Season 3
Episode 50
Airdate October 21 2007
Production 312
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Doug Goldsein
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Next Ban on the Fun

Moesha Poppins is the fiftieth episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Word Fun!

In tonight's news, you can find some interesting words.

Not One More Day!

Fed up with traffic, a man decks out his car for battle and readies himself for the trek to work the following day; though everybody has off (It's a Jewish holiday).

Are You Not Entertained?

Maximus asks whether his audience is pleased by the sensless slaughter of men; apparently not.

Milk Sacks

And what does this ink picture look like to you?

Baby Hostages

Don't you just hate it when your signal cuts out on your cell phone? Especially when a crazed man is threatening little babies?

Aw, Dad

Father and son bond with the presentation of a car, but what's with the license plate?

Dinner With Vader

The gang (sans Luke) enjoy a (rather awkward) meal with the Lord of the Sith. This skit is based on the famous Empire Strikes Back scene when the gang encoutner Darth Vader in Cloud City.

1776

If 300 could reimagine a famous historical battle, then why not one based our Country's birth?

Robotic Longevity

The most important question in humanoid robotics: can you have sexual intercourse with it? The answer may or may not please you.

Girl Toys

In another addition of Where Are They Now?, Michael Moore explains the current life of girl toys.

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Stoopid Monkey

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Television episode
Title Ban on the Fun
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:RobotChicken-banonthefun.jpg_]
Caption Crystar comes to recruit two crystal meth addicts.
Season 3
Episode 51
Airdate October 28 2007
Production 313
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Doug Goldsein
Director Chris McKay
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Moesha Poppins
Next Losin' the Wobble

Ban on the Fun is the fifty-first episode of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Straight From Hello Kitty's Mouth

Hello Kitty coughs up a hairball.

This. Is. Decaf!

King Leonidas discovers his coffee is decaf.

A Modest Proposal

A man who proposes to his girlfriend when they get stuck on the top of the ferris wheel and shes says no

Cut Me, Mick

Was it a good thing for Rocky Balboa to lose an eyeball?

This. Isn't. Funny!

King Leonidas watches Two and a Half Men and doesn't find it funny.

Thelma & Louise: After the Fadeout

A badly hurt Thelma and Louise talk about the prison life that they could have had if they had pulled over and got arrested instead of driving off the cliff.

This. Is. Martha!

King Leonidas wants you to meet his new lady.

Scientist Mad With Power

A mad scientist, after announcing that Pluto wasn't a planet anymore, goes around declaring things are no longer what they are. In the end, he robs a bank and gets shot by the police, who remark that he only had the power in theory.

Eat Lightning and Crap Thunder

Mick promotes a new cereal called Lightning Pops.

Crystar the Crystal Meth Warrior

Two crystal meth addicts/dealers are recruited by Crystar to help save the land of Crystalium.

This. Is. Scrumptious!

King Leonidas finds his dinner scrumptious.

The Home Life of the Maytag Repairman

The Maytag Repairman has a crappy home life because of his loss of job. His wife hassles him to find another job, though he is far too depressed to do so, and claims he'll now devote his time to writing a book, which he never wrote. They get into a fight, he hits her, she leaves him. He then goes into the kitchen, yells at the washer and then shoots himself.

A Modest Proposal (Part 2)

The man, after a long pause, asks his girlfriend if she was sure about her decision.

Laff-A-Munich

A parody of the film Munich where the characters are played by cartoon characters from Laff-A-Lympics such as Scooby-Doo and Yogi Bear.

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Television episode
Title Losin' the Wobble
Series Robot Chicken
Image [250pxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Robotchicken-losinthewobble.jpg_]?
Caption Encyclopedia Brown overhearing his mother on the phone, talking about the "Missing Balls."
Season 3
Episode 52
Airdate November 4 2007
Production 314
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Breckin Meyer
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Doug Goldsein
Director Chris McKay
Guests
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Prev Ban on the Fun
Next Slaughterhouse on the Prairie

Losin' the Wobble is the fifty-second episode of Robot Chicken.

Skits

Kool Aid in Space

Kool-Aid Man enters a space shuttle which leaves a hole in the rocket and the astronauts get sucked out into space.

Mr. Potato Head's Morning Routine

Mr. Potato Head is seen shaving himself.

Encyclopedia Brown and the Missing Balls

Encyclopedia Brown goes out to solve the case of his father's missing balls.

It's The Law, Asshole!

The most necessary law in human history is finally enacted. Kool Aid in Zombie Wasteland

A zombie Kool-Aid Man attacks two survivors after the events of a nuclear war.

Michael Jackson's Giant Dancing Robot

A promotion in Las Vegas for Michael Jackson's performance there ends up going horribly awry when the giant Michael Jackson robot attacks a Big Boy Restaurant.

Encyclopedia Brown's Solution

Encyclopedia Brown solved the mystery of his father's missing balls, and his mother is horrified when she sees the solution.

Hansel & Gretel's Revenge

Hansel and Gretel get a taste of revenge on the evil old witch, or so they thought.

Ray Charles in Charge

Ray Charles calls out for the kids he is in charge of, but gets no answer.

Reverse Villains

Superman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash talk about their evil counterparts, Bizarro, Reverse-Flash and "Negative Wonder Woman", who wears a full-body suit that covers everything except the areas covered by regular Wonder Woman's costume. She also has a visible plane.

Kool Aid in the Open

Kool-Aid Man drags a brick wall prop behind two people in the field and breaks through it.

V: The Celebrity Rehab Invasion

A news report states that celebrity after celebrity are rushing off to rehab:

At the Broken Promises Rehabilitation Center, the Rehab Leader tells the celebrities that their craziness is going to expose their plans to take over the world. When it turns out the alcohol is making them do this, the Rehab Leader tells them that they must act now and the celebrities shed their skin to reveal lizard-like faces. The Rehab Leader sends Paris Hilton to take out George W. Bush and orders the Britney Spears alien to take Sean Preston back to their homeworld for safekeeping while the others rampage the Earth. As the attack beings, the Britney Spears alien forgot to order the baby seat causing Sean Preston to fall to the ground. Mel Gibson, who joined their ranks, was told by a Jewish priest that he's not a lizard, just an anti-semite. The Lindsay Lohan alien is confronted by soldiers and she accidentally kills herself by removing her head. The Paris Hilton alien accidentally mistakes George H.W. Bush for George W. Bush and she ends up beaten up and killed by Barbara Bush. The tide is turned against the lizard-like aliens.

:*From the moment the visitors drank our alcohol, they were doomed. :For through a million years of keggers and beer blasts, man had earned his tolerance.

As the bodies of the lizard-like aliens are being burned, George W. Bush is seen with some frat boys celebrating, claiming he's the President of Earth, then notices the burning alien bodies, asking if he missed something.

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Television episode
Title Slaughterhouse on the Prairie
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Kowl reports to Madame Razz that Etheria is under attack.
Season 3
Episode 53
Airdate November 11 2007
Production 315
Writers Mike Fasolo, Seth Green, Breckin Meyer, Matthew Senreich, Kevin Shinick, Doug Goldsein, Tom Root
Director Chris McKay
Guests Mila Kunis, Sarah Gellar
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Next Robot Chicken's Half-Assed Christmas Special

Slaughterhouse on the Prairie is the fifty-third episode of Robot Chicken.

Skits

A Message From the Chimpanzees

Chimps apologize for AIDS.

She-Ra's Aunt Flo

Kowl comes into Madame Razz's castle to report that Mantenna and Grizzlor are attacking the Whispering Woods and that She-Ra is needed. Madame Razz tells Kowl that She-Ra is unavailable because her "Aunt Flo" is visiting (a common euphemism for a woman having her period). Spirit comes in and tells Madame Razz that Leech and Shadow Weaver are attacking the Crystal Castle. When Madame Razz says that She-Ra is "riding the cotton pony," Spirit thinks She-Ra has gotten another horse. Just as Madame Razz is about to explain what that means, Bow comes in and states that Catra, Entrapta, and Scorpia are attacking Castle Brightmoon. Madame Razz tells Bow that She-Ra is "floating on the crimson tide" and he asks what it has to do with a particular algae bloom common in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Amongst the commotion, Princess Adora burst onto the scene asking what does it take to get some peace and quiet around there. When the crises are mentioned, Adora becomes She-Ra and transforms Spirit into Swift Wind as they crash through the wall. At the Crystal Castle, Leech is crushed by She-Ra and Swift Wind under the door that he just removed as She-Ra rips out Shadow Weaver's backbone. At Castle Brightmoon, She-Ra cuts off Scorpia's tail and kills her, uses Scorpia's tail on Catra and causes Entrapta's breasts to explode. At the Whispering Woods, She-Ra beheads Mantenna by grabbing him by the eyes and kicks Grizzlor. When she returns asking if she can now get some sleep, Grizzlor is still on She-Ra's right foot as he pleads to be killed. She-Ra enters her room telling Grizzlor to shut up.

Ancient Chinese Secret

Surprise at the Laundromat.

Hump Lightning

Danny and the Gang from Grease are building a new kind of sex-machine. This is basically the origin of Robot Chicken's recurring character, the Giant Humping Robot.

Raiders of the Magic Garden

In the children's show The Magic Garden, all is fine until the Story Box is opened. This skit parodies the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Pinhead's New Haircut

Pinhead Gets a trim. "Surpirse me". The barber then grabs a hammer and pounds on all the nails on Pinhead's face, after seeing it, Pinhead is surprised.

Intensive Care Bears

New Care Bears for the terminally young.

Hump Lightning Act II: You're The One That I Hump

Hump Lightning makes some changes, and finds true love. He first comes into the diner dressed in a football jacket

then humps the Jukebox

then go off in a car, in the duration of the Doo Wop music.

Big Ball

A Baseball player is about to catch a baseball with his glove but then realizes that it is much bigger than he expected.

Babel by Lego

Lego's seemingly endless lines of cube related versions of TV and Cinema favorites gets a new addition: The Babel Play set*!
*Pretentiousness Sold Separately

Not All Babies Are Cute...

In fact, some are dead.

Hurricane Smurf

The Smurfs prove to not be ready for an on coming hurricane, and in the Hurricane Katrina-like aftermath Gargamel realizes his life's work is pointless.

The Wheel of Ideas

With an extra minute to go after the credits, Seth Green and the writers turn to the Wheel of Ideas. On the Wheel of Ideas are

The idea chosen was Farting Retards Getting Kicked in the Balls,despite landing on "Ironic Satire with Clever Subtext."

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Television episode
Title Robot Chicken's Half-Assed Christmas Special
Series Robot Chicken
Image 250px
Caption Hermey pleads to Santa to return back to the North Pole.
Season 3
Episode 54
Airdate December 9 2007
Production 310
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Harp Pekin
Tom Root
Ben Schwartz
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
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Prev Slaughterhouse on the Prairie
Next Tubba-Bubba's Now Hubba-Hubba

Robot Chicken's Half-Assed Christmas Special is the fifty-fourth episode of Robot Chicken and the show's second Christmas special, though it is not classified as an actual television special.

Skits

Hermey's Dentistry

Hermy from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer isn't good at any job. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b01a8849000e

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

A man takes the song, "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus," too literally and believes his wife actually kissed Santa Claus. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b19ece8e0141

Born In a Manger

Mary and Joseph are forced to give birth to Jesus in a barn full of farting animals. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1a0e9650146

Lighting Up the Christmas Lights

A man tells his son about their past experiences. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1a41dd2014b

The Lion, the Witch and the Locker

The nerd gets attacked by a Bully and gets shoved in the locker which is a magical portal to the magical world of Narnia. There, he believes he's in the World of Warcraft, and then is greeted by a Fawn (who is Mr. Tumnus) but before the Faun says anything, he's beaten to death by the nerd, who thinks he's a hero. Then a sleigh rolls by: it's the White Witch who is shocked to find that he killed a faun and has blood everywhere, even on his clothes. The witch offers him for a ride to her Castle for Turkish delight. The nerd thinks it's a sexual position but finds that Turkish Delight is actually Candy. The White Witch sends the Nerd mounted on a unicorn, to eliminate Aslan. Father Christmas gives weapons to two kids to help them on their journey as the nerd comes around. Father Christmas is accidentally killed. As the nerd is still riding on the unicorn, Aslan is seen talking with a centaur until his head is cut off. When the bully opens the locker he stuffed the nerd in only for him and the unicorn to come out and behead the bully. Both of them ended up in the principal's office with the unicorn begging to the principal that he can't call his parents. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1a659d90150

Office Christmas Parties

Santa visits an office building during a Christmas party for a little break. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1a8b12d0155

Misery, My Sweet Babboo

Sally Brown kidnaps and injured Linus van Pelt and forces him to write her a love letter. This is a parody on Misery, a Stephen King book later adapted into a movie.http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1ab1fe4015a

Little Drummer Goku

Little Drummer Boy and Composite Santa do Drumline during the credits. This is a callback to the episode, Easter Basket's Dragon Ball Z skit. http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c39216aee6240116b1ade8bb015f

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Television episode
Title Tubba-Bubba's Now Hubba-Hubba
Series Robot Chicken
Image
Caption
Season 3
Episode 55
Airdate April 1 2008
Production 302
Writer Mike Fasolo
Seth Green
Harp Pekin
Tom Root
Ben Schwartz
Matthew Senreich
Kevin Shinick
Director Matthew Senreich
Guests
Episode list List of Robot Chicken episodes
Prev Robot Chicken's Half-Assed Christmas Special
Next Boo Cocky

Tubba-Bubba's Now Hubba-Hubba is the fifty-fifth episode of Robot Chicken.

Skits

Vampire 7:00-8:00AM

Drac always sleeps in.

Superpets

Damn that pet sitter.

Pringles Fever

The fever for the flavor is fatal.

Voltron Force Assemble!

Robots are complicated.

Dr. Pepper

Head of the class at Pepper-Dyne University.

Planet of the Ape

Trapped on a planet where a single ape evolved from man!

Bear Takes a Bullet

One bear's love for his fellow... bear.

Pool Clog

This is a sign you should get a smaller filter.

Pac-Matrix

Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Pac-Matrix is; You have to see it for yourself.

Vampire 1:00-2:00PM

Wait for it...

Mouse Pardon

Mice, though nimble, are not always fast enough.

Where In Time Is My Broken Heart

Kevin Shinick finally gets even with that bitch, and we don't mean Carmen.

It Happened In Battle

What happens in battle, stays in your butt.

Girls Gone Wild: Cenobitchs

A new front for Girls Gone Wild host and alleged rapist Joe Francis.

Vampire 8:00-9:00PM

A terrorist hijacking that only a bloodthirsty vampire- and terrible puns- can stop.

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Television episode
Title Boo Cocky
Series Robot Chicken
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Episode 56
Airdate TBA 2008
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Boo Cocky is the fifty-sixth episode of Robot Chicken.

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Television episode
Title Bionic Cow
Series Robot Chicken
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Episode 57
Airdate TBA 2008
Production 317
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Next Monstourage

Bionic Cow is the fifty-seventh episode of Robot Chicken. The episode will air in 2008

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Television episode
Title Monstourage
Series Robot Chicken
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Episode 58
Airdate TBA 2008
Production 318
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Next President Evil

Monstourage is the fifty-eighth episode of Robot Chicken.

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Television episode
Title President Evil
Series Robot Chicken
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Season 3
Episode 59
Airdate TBA 2008
Production 319
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Next Chirlaxx

President Evil is the fifty-ninth episode of Robot Chicken.

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Television episode
Title Chirlaxx
Series Robot Chicken
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Season 3
Episode 60
Airdate TBA 2008
Production 320
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Next -

Chirlaxx is the sixtieth episode of Robot Chicken as well as the third season finale.

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