Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

  • TV-Y7
  • 1999
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.6  (431)

Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot is an animated series which premiered on the American television network FOX on Saturday mornings in 1999. Based on the comic book of the same name, the series featured Rusty the Boy Robot, the most advanced robot of his type, and his teacher, Big Guy. Together, the pair protect the futuristic New Tronic City from the likes of Squillacci Empire and the world-conquering Legion Ex Machina.

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Seasons
Rumble In The Jungle
20. Rumble In The Jungle
March 5, 2001
When giant, mutated animals are spotted in the jungle, Big Guy and Rusty journey to the Congo to solve the mystery of their origin.
Double Time (2)
19. Double Time (2)
March 2, 2001
When the Legion Ex Machina kidnaps Dwayne, Slate, Rusty and the others must race against to clock to find the location of the Legion's secret headquarters before it's too late.
Double Time (1)
18. Double Time (1)
March 1, 2001
The Legion ambushes Big Guy, and replaces him with an exact double.
The Lower Depths
17. The Lower Depths
February 28, 2001
Quark's prototype Ocean Floor Powerstation awakens a sleeping Leviathan. Big Guy and Rusty must put the body-snatching creature back to bed before it reaches the surface.
Nephew Of Neugog
16. Nephew Of Neugog
February 27, 2001
Snooping Pierre discovers Neugog's psychic headgear and accidentally turns himself into a brain-draining monster. Big Guy and Rusty must make a deal with the original monster, Neugog himself.
Sickout
15. Sickout
February 26, 2001
Big Guy and Rusty race against the clock to stop an alien virus and the creature that's spreading it.
The Champ
14. The Champ
February 23, 2001
Intergalactic bully PO THE OBLITERATOR comes to Earth demanding to fight BIG GUY in a knock-down drag-out gladiatorial battle.
5000 Fingers Of Rusty
13. 5000 Fingers Of Rusty
February 22, 2001
Quark mass-produces a home-version of Rusty the Boy Robot. When the Legion Ex Machina manages to take control of the Home-Version Rusty, they turn the thousand helpers into an army of destruction.
Harddrive
12. Harddrive
February 21, 2001
Big Guy faces competition from another crime-fighting robot known as Harddrive.
Patriot Games
11. Patriot Games
February 20, 2001
An accident with a time machine sends the Big Guy suit back to the American Revolution and lands Dwayne and Rusty in an altered present where aliens rule the Earth.
Donovan's Brainiac
10. Donovan's Brainiac
February 19, 2001
DONOVAN's snooty nephew PIERRE steals NUMBER FOUR'S brain and uses it to power his science fair project. But the resurrected Number Four doesn't care about the science fair: He wants REVENGE on Rusty.
Blob, Thy Name Is Envy
9. Blob, Thy Name Is Envy
February 16, 2001
Big Guy and Rusty must stop a lovesick blob from absorbing any man who comes near Dr. Slate.
Sibling Mine
8. Sibling Mine
February 12, 2001
When a botched Quark experiment brings a Cycloptic creature from another dimension to earth, it's up to Big Guy and Rusty to subdue the stampeding monster.
World Of Pain
7. World Of Pain
February 9, 2001
Friendly alien robots seeking refuge on Earth give Rusty an unwanted gift: Pain receptors.
The Big Boy
6. The Big Boy
February 8, 2001
Rusty puts his head atop the powerful robot body of Quark's T-7000 prototype. The result is "Russ", a sleeker, more coordinated, teenage version of Rusty.
Wages Of Fire
5. Wages Of Fire
February 7, 2001
Big Guy and Rusty must journey to the heart of an active volcano and snuff it out before an eruption destroys New Tronic City.
Moon Madness
4. Moon Madness
February 6, 2001
Big Guy and Rusty face off against E.D.I.E., the emotionless but ambitious supercomputer that controls Quark's space station. If a microchip ransom isn't delivered to Edie, she'll blow up the moon!
The Inside Out
3. The Inside Out
February 5, 2001
A Quark invention "repairs" the Big Guy's never-finished artificial intelligence, putting Dwayne out of a job. When the robotic Big Guy starts malfunctioning, it's up to Lt. Hunter to take him down.
The Bicameral Mind
2. The Bicameral Mind
February 2, 2001
An accident during battle swaps part of Rusty's program with part of Number Four's giving them each aspects of the others personality.
Little Boy Robot Lost
1. Little Boy Robot Lost
January 30, 2001
The Legion forcibly uploads Rusty's program from his body, kidnapping his mind. But wily Rusty escapes into the Internet, leading Number Four on a chase through cyberspace.
Description

Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot is an animated series which premiered on the American television network FOX on Saturday mornings in 1999. Based on the comic book of the same name, the series featured Rusty the Boy Robot, the most advanced robot of his type, and his teacher, Big Guy. Together, the pair protect the futuristic New Tronic City from the likes of Squillacci Empire and the world-conquering Legion Ex Machina.

  • Premiere Date
    September 18, 1999
  • IMDB Rating
    7.6  (431)