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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 44 days ago
Action figures spoof pop culture.
aired 72 days ago
Lois Lane is dead, maybe from super murder; Batman asks if Superman can bleed, but could care less.
aired 73 days ago
Imagining what would happen if Darth Vader learned to say I'm sorry; Bugs Bunny takes his cross-dressing to the next level; the Terminator changes the future a bit too much; Edna Mode gets an incredible new job.
aired 73 days ago
The writers drop the mic, and Walter White, Jr. picks it up; the Exo-Squad's suits are ready but not for the second job; Remy makes a new kind of ratatouille.
aired 74 days ago
The out takes from Seth Green's Burger King commercial; Krang's online dating profile; Andy's latest toy is an outcast; the lost "Back to the Future" song.
aired 74 days ago
Liam Neeson learns that his seat has been taken; a veterinarian explains the reproduction of 101 Dalmatians; Monster High steals the Crypt Keeper's schtick.
aired 75 days ago
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 75 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.
aired 78 days ago
Superman wishes he had locked the doors to the Fortress of Solitude; being smarter than a fifth grader; the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles receive military surplus.
aired 78 days ago
Daredevil is not the only one who loses his senses in an accident; birth control at Hogwarts; Solid Snake gives away his position; the Micronauts' public transportation system.
aired 79 days ago
The Property Brothers try to help Lex Luthor; My Little Pony phase; the U.S. Army finds a position for Inspector Gadget; Goldilocks and the three bears.
aired 79 days ago
Staying out of Power Rangers' business; Obi-Wan takes the low road to the high ground; the Terminator goes back in time.
aired 80 days ago
"The Green Mile" seems much longer; Optimus Prime tries to shirk jury duty; the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles learn about the birds and the cloacas.
aired 80 days ago
The cheese league; Oprah lands a hot guest; Galactus needs a new herald; Family Double Dare breaks a few families apart; Nickelodeon's Guts teaches a boy to score.
aired 81 days ago
The true history of the brown M&M; what happened after Charlie won the chocolate factory; a perverted unicorn make a kid's dream come true.
aired 81 days ago
The Purge is on and the unbreakable laws are broken; the battle of the ex X's; the predator or the bachelor.
aired 82 days ago
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."
aired 82 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 84 days ago
The "Robot Chicken" writers wonder whose job it was to walk King Kong; Michael Bay reveals the secrets to "Transformers Five."
aired 84 days ago
A trip with the Robot Chicken team, when the Magic School Bus goes on its final adventure; the circle of life sends the Wonder Pets through a loop; Teenage Archie Andrews finally picks a girlfriend.
aired 85 days ago
The Robot Chicken writers, and the Gargoyles, meet their ultimate foe: Pigeons; naked Captain Picard wins it all; the Paw Patrol tries to rescue itself from the ultimate terror; the Animaniacs get sex-educational.

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