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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.

Latest episodes

aired 2 days ago
What really happened to the helicopter from Airwolf; iCarly's final episode; Dr. Noonian Soong's rap.
aired 2 days ago
Rocky and Bullwinkle in Of Moose and Men; Badtz-Maru has a bad day.
aired 3 days ago
How to bring Monopoly to the silver screen; Dracula hosts a dinner party; The Little Mermaid travels up the Hudson River to New York.
aired 3 days ago
Robot Chicken creates a new Sesame Street character; The Mario Bros. spend all the gold coins they've collected.
aired 4 days ago
E.T. takes over an emergency room.
aired 4 days ago
Dora the Explorer's Quinceanera; Angry Birds; Thomas the Tank Engine.
aired 5 days ago
A TV theme song that never ends.
aired 5 days ago
Why you don't want to mess with an Apache Chief and what would happen if all the wolves were gone.
aired 9 days ago
The creators imagine what happens if Frosty's hat lands on other things.
aired 9 days ago
The Lord of the Rings; Elijah finally makes it home for Passover Seder; Elliot and E.T. have an adventure; Ben 10 gets a birthday present.
aired 10 days ago
How Bin Laden really died; The Shirt Tales take to the skies; King Don rules with an iron fist.
aired 10 days ago
"The Fast and the Furious 6"; Wilson from "Cast Away" in a Bourne role; Odd Job's day off; Lisbeth Salander joins Mystery Inc.
aired 11 days ago
Alvin and the Chipmunks have a wild time; Mary Poppins; B.A. Baracus hates flying; G.I. Joe in a real war situation.
aired 11 days ago
G.I. Joe faces a big challenge; being a vegetarian; questions about Starbucks' logo; Orville Redenbacher in "Children of the Popcorn."
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The Squatch Squad emerges from hiding to protect their forest home; the Wuzzles meet the Fly and things get a little bit crazy; the writers reveal Bill & Ted's last and greatest adventure.
aired 12 days ago
Ending the season with a bang and some nudity as the Nerd jumps the Grand Canyon; "Stranger Things" happen to the school bully; the greatest Japanese commercial of all time.
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The "Robot Chicken" crew reveals what really happened to Bambi's mother; an Animorph revives the Red Panda population; Brainy Smurf gets diagnosed with CTE; Bitch Pudding goes up against Norman Bates to see who is more psycho.
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Betty Spaghetty tries her best to save an elevator full of people; what goes on behind Bert and Ernie's closed bedroom doors; "Godzilla: The Musical" comes to a Broadway theatre and brings the house down.
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The Scooby Gang saves Velma from getting cancer; what really happened on Noah's ark; the "Robot Chicken" writers wonder what happens to all the toys that have ever been recalled.
aired 17 days ago
The writers tell Two-Face the most they've ever lost on a coin toss; The Joker bombs on stage, but not in hearts; Jon Snow faces the greatest threat Westeros has ever seen.
aired 17 days ago
A series of short, off-the-wall parodies using stop-motion animation of toys, action figures and dolls poke fun at popular culture.

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