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Actor Seth Green ("Family Guy") and Matthew Senreich created the off-the-wall comedy hit, which is a series of pop-culture parodies using stop-motion animation of toys, action figures and dolls. The title character was an ordinary chicken until he was run down by a car and subsequently brought back to life in cyborg form by mad scientist Fritz Huhnmorder, who tortures Robot Chicken by forcing him to watch a random selection of TV shows, the sketches that make up the body of each episode. The show often features special episodes built around a single theme, including "Star Wars" and DC Comics.

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aired 3 days ago
The Robot Chicken team discovers the emotions of adulthood in Inside Out 2; the pig from Black Mirror tells all to Howard Stern.
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The staff at Robot Chicken finally envision what a Sailor Earth would look like as the Sailor Scouts head out for churros; the Wicked Witch has some last-minute confessions one may not enjoy hearing.
aired 7 days ago
The very first Christmas; Kevin McCallister's traps do not work as intended; Batman and Robin consider their Christmas jingle; comparing the speed of Santa Claus and Superman.
aired 9 days ago
The origins of Heat Miser and Cold Miser; Ebenezer Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas.
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Daniel Tiger is taught the toughest lesson of all, thanks to Robot Chicken; a nerd looks behind the curtain at Nick's Arcade and hates it; Jabberjaw goes on a much-needed vacation to Amity Island.
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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."
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The crew wonders if Doc McStuffins can handle it in the emergency room; investors are less than thrilled with Westworld's first generation of hosts; the Scooby gang tell each other how they really feel.
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The minds behind the animated series 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."
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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.
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Action figures spoof pop culture.
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The monster in a pocket; Megatron goes too far; Wile E Coyote sees if he can get away with murder.
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Action figures spoof pop culture.
aired 38 days ago
The writers can't get a grasp of Fight Club's rules; Zack Morris takes a time out with the Avengers.
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Writers notice that King Kong fell from the Empire State Building butt-first; the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles don't have money to pay for that pizza; the Smurfs try to smurf themselves some Sudafed.
aired 45 days ago
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.
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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."
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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 perform at Coachella.
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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.
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Robot Chicken joins the dinosaur revolution as Fred Flintstone runs for his life; Sebastian has union trouble with his orchestra; the MCU holds an intervention.
airs in 11 days
The creators of Robot Chicken revisit the POG craze; 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.
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The Robot Chicken crew witness the straw that breaks Captain Planet's back; a Spider-Man secret is revealed thanks to J. Jonah Jameson; The Nerd realizes his problems are Legion.

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