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This comedy series is made up of comedy sketches that parody pop culture using stop-motion-animated toys and action figures. The sketches are framed by a premise in which a robotic chicken is forced to watch the parodies by an evil scientist. The series was created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich.

Sunday 11:30 PM et/pt on Adult Swim
9 Seasons, 185 Episodes
February 20, 2005
Animation & Cartoons, Comedy
Cast: Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Breckin Meyer
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Robot Chicken Full Episode Guide

  • Robot Chicken ends the season with a bang and some nudity as the Nerd jumps the Grand Canyon. Stranger Things are happening to the school bully... VERY Stranger Things. Witness the greatest Japanese commercial of ALL TIME!

  • King Kong fell from the Empire State Building; the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles don't have money to pay for a pizza; the Smurfs try some Sudafed.

  • Robot Chicken reviews all the Star Wars plot holes that Galen Erso helped close in Rogue One. Peppa Pig's family deal with Brexit fallout. Some swine dare to make a knock-off of the Broadway mega-hit Hamilton.

  • Robot Chicken is there when one of Scooby Doo's villains realizes the silliness of his plan. Super Grover's secret identity is revealed! Calvin grows up but Hobbes wants no part of it.

  • The creators of Robot Chicken revisit the POG craze for some reason. Mulan's disguise has worked too well. Rita Repulsa advertises a new use for her wand, and the Power Rangers refuse to pay the price!

  • Rapid-fire channel flips propel viewers through Robot Chicken's twisted takes on pop culture. The quarter-hour Adult Swim entry brings action figures to life in three-dimensional worlds through the old-school magic of stop-motion animation.

  • The proud citizens of Robot Chicken stand up and demand the Furby genocide be recognized! Who watches the Watchmens' mouths? Bitch Pudding doesn't want to hear The Sound of Music.

  • The minds at Robot Chicken uncover the real reason Indiana Jones hates snakes. Maxwell Lord gets an inside look at Supergirl's weakness. Date My Mom focuses on Jessica Rabbit's huge... personality.

  • Robot Chicken wants to expose the monster in its pocket; Megatron goes too far in Beast Wars; Wile E. Coyote sees if he can Get Away With Murder.

  • The writers can't get a grasp of Fight Club's rules; Zack Morris takes a time out with the Avengers. Also: musings about whether old Rose's Titanic flashback was just a tall tale.

  • Miss Frizzle goes to great lengths to survive when the Magic School Bus crashes in the mountains; Harry Potter relives his golden years; Dominic Toretto gets fast and furious with the Titanic.

  • RC wonders how Harriet the Spy would fit into the modern world of Cyberwarfare. The Midnight Society figures out what is truly scary. Alvin and the Chipmunks play Coachella for the first and last time.

  • Robot Chicken joins the dinosaur revolution as Fred Flintstone runs for his life; Sebastian has union trouble with his orchestra; the MCU hold an intervention for Jessica Jones.

  • The Robot Chicken team discovers the emotions of adulthood in Inside Out 2. The pig from Black Mirror tells all to Howard Stern. The Nerd forces his way through Star Wars: Force Awakens.

  • Daniel Tiger is taught the toughest lesson of all; Nerd looks behind the curtain at Nick's Arcade and hates it; Jabberjaw goes on a much-needed vacation—to Amity Island.

  • The crew wonder if Doc McStuffins can handle it in the emergency room; investors are less than thrilled with the first generation of hosts from "Westworld"; the Scooby gang tell each other how they really feel, with dangerous results.

  • Writers must take Fury Road to get into the office; Beavis moves on from his life with Butt-head; Robot Chicken's Nerd is a guest in Westworld.

  • Happy holidays everyone, as Robot Chicken joins Santa for the one Christmas he'll never forget. The north pole elves dream of the toys of holidays past. Krampus puts in a good word for the coal industry. St. Nick meets his idol: Jared Leto.

  • The tale of Rick Grimes and his walker-battling friends gets a twisted retelling when the Robot Chicken Nerd visits the Walking Dead Museum and meets an aging survivor.

  • Lois Lane passes away in a case of possible super killing; Batman questions whether Superman bleeds; and the future of the Season 8 finale is chosen.

  • Darth Vader is taught to say "I'm Sorry;" Bugs Bunny takes cross-dressing to new heights; the Terminator changes the future too much; and Edna Mode is hired for a new job.

  • Zeus rejuvenates "Clash of the Titans"; "Star Trek" turns into an opera; Speed Racer joins a NASCAR race; and "The Hills" is spoofed.

  • Outtakes from Seth Green's Burger King Commercial; Krang is untruthful on a dating site; the "Toy Story" crew get a new toy; and Huey Lewis' lost "Back to the Future" song is revealed.

  • Liam Neeson loses his seat at the movies; a veterinarian discloses how 101 dalmatians reproduce; and Monster High swipes the Crypt Keeper's gimmick.

  • Superman wishes he secured the Fortress of Solitude; the Robot Chicken Nerd possibly passes on; and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles receive an abundance of military hardware.

  • A superhero loses his senses in an unfortunate event; Hogwarts doesn't educate about birth control; Solid Snakes gives away his position in the restroom; and the Micronauts receive a new transportation system.

  • The Property Brothers assist Lex Luther; "My Little Pony" is highlighted; the U.S. Army discover a use of Inspector Gadget; and the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" is told.

  • Advice is given concerning the Power Rangers; Obi-Wan utilizes the low road to return to high ground; and the Terminator goes back in time to halt Eve from partaking of the apple.

  • Overheard in the Robot Chicken writers room: the Green Mile seems a lot longer than that. Optimus Prime never shirks his duty...except maybe jury duty. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles learn about the birds and the cloacas.

  • Presenting the Cheese League; guest appearance from Oprah; Galactus is in need of a new herald; some families are divided from "Family Double Dare"; and Nickelodeon's "Guts" shows a boy how to score.

  • Only the RC writers know the true history of the brown M&M. What happened after Charlie won the Chocolate Factory? Can a perverted unicorn make a kid's dream come true? Maybe he shouldn't...

  • The purge is on and unbreakable rules are broken; the contest of the Ex X's; and The Predator and The Bachelor.

  • A family secret is revealed after Robot Chicken Nerd discovers his dad is Father Christmas.

  • The RC writers wonder whose job was it to walk King Kong. Michael Bay reveals the secrets to Transformers 5. Uncle Pennybags has a monopoly on S&M. Bitch Pudding improves a classic.

  • The Robot Chicken Team go with the the Magic school bus on one final adventure.

  • The Robot Chicken writers - and the Gargoyles - meet their ultimate foe: Pigeons. Naked Captain Picard wins it all! Can the Paw Patrol rescue themselves from the ultimate terror? The Animaniacs get sex-educational.

  • How far will Pluto go to get away from his Dwarf Planet friends? There isn't an American Girl doll for everybody. Just like the creators of Robot Chicken have done in the past, The Wild Thornberrys have to get extremely wild to stay on the air.

  • Fonzie goes too far with being awesome; the girl from "The Ring" discovers VHS are technology from the past; the Robot Chicken Nerd looses his way in the CW.

Robot Chicken News

Adult Swim on Fox? Network Plans New Late-Night Animation Block

Is Adult Swim not enough late-night animation for you? You might soon be able to get even more wacky animated shows for grown-ups over on Fox, as the network announced yesterday its plans to create an animation block on Saturday nights. Will this hurt "Saturday Night Live?" Will Adult Swim fans watch? Get the details here.

'Robot Chicken' Season 5, Episode 13 Recap - 'The Departy Monster'

Okay, I know we're supposed to be going for a movie title mash-up theme here, but what is this one supposed to be? "The Departed" and what, "Party Monster?" Is there a movie called "Party Monster?" Wow. There is. "Robot Chicken," you're so educational.

'Robot Chicken' Season 5, Episode 12 Recap - 'Casablankman'

Another week, another movie title mash-up for the title. This week, it's "Casablankman," a mix of two truly great classics. Really, the both of them are probably on an even keel as far as cinematic importance goes. Get your "Robot Chicken" episode recap here.

'Robot Chicken' Season 5, Episode 11 Recap - 'Beastmaster and Commander'

We're back! It's alive! Bawk! To start things off, an important lesson: never trust a wish-granting zebra. And buy Veringular, I hear their coverage is awesome. This episode of "Robot Chicken" shows us where Optimus Prime's self-doubt comes from, what Green Lantern would do without hands, and more.

New Web Series From 'Robot Chicken' Creators Launches Friday

After dominating the Adult Swim block on Cartoon Network with their hilarious (and labor-intensive) show "Robot Chicken," Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are about to step into the world of Web content for a brand-new stop-motion show. The project is called "Stoopid Monkey," also the name of the gang's production company that puts out "Robot Chicken." Rather than take a full stop-motion animated approach, "Stoopid Monkey" will blend live action with stop-motion for a hybrid experience.

Episode 'Robot Chicken' Season 5, Episode 10 - 'Catch Me if You Kangaroo Jack' Recap

This episode marks the second week in a row that the show has mocked its creators'…shall we say "less respected" work. Here's "Catch Me if You Kangaroo Jack."

Sure, why not start off with the Governator dancing? You can make Ahnold sing the words to any late 80's or early 90's song and it will be hilarious.   The next sketch gives us a little insight into how Pa Kent disciplines the un-spankable Superboy.

Episode Robot Chicken Season 5, Episode 9 - 'No Country for Old Dogs' Recap

A friend of mine was just complaining to me the other day that "Robot Chicken" doesn't reference anything current or timely, and that everything dates back to at least the 1980's. I say that's ridiculous! I'm sure we'll have plenty of current, topical references in today's episode. Starting with...   …a "Short Circuit" reference. Never mind.

Episode Robot Chicken Season 5, Episode 8 - 'Schindler's Bucket List' Recap

Robot Chicken Video Clips & Extras

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