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The animated adventures of a space trucker and her robot companion as they trek across the universe.

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The Moonshiner Trucking crew has faced their fair share of foes, but they're in for a real fight when three big, bad villains roll into town.
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Carol and her gang of cannibal space bikers are planning something big, but Dallas and Robo are in a fight.
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When Dallas and Robo return to the world of stock car racing, they square off against their two biggest rivals, Whiskey Johnson and Dallas's ego.
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After accidentally discovering time travel, Dallas and Robo go back in time and come face-to-face with two jerks.
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It's a dark and solar stormy night aboard The Overdrive as Dallas and Robo attempt to discover which one of their new passengers is secretly a murderous cannibal biker in disguise.
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After receiving some unexpected news about a fellow Moonshiner trucker, Dallas and Robo pay a dangerous visit to Mars' moon.
aired 39 days ago
In order to win a bet and score free booze at The Golden Pathfinder Casino, Dallas and Robo blast off on a high-speed, space-trucking moon run.
aired 46 days ago
When Dallas and Robo have their trailer full of particle weapons stolen by a notorious cannibal biker gang, they go under cover to steal back their load and save the solar system from certain chaos.

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