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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
Staying out of Power Rangers' business; Obi-Wan takes the low road to the high ground; the Terminator goes back in time.
aired 2 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 3 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 3 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 4 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 4 days ago
The "Robot Chicken" writers wonder whose job it was to walk King Kong; Michael Bay reveals the secrets to "Transformers Five."
aired 5 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 5 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.
aired 9 days ago
Pluto goes to great lengths to get away from his Dwarf Planet friends; there isn't an American Girl doll for everybody.
aired 9 days ago
The girl from "The Ring" realizes that videotape is a dead technology; Fonzie's coolness goes too far on an unhappy day; the Nerd gets lost in the CW.
aired 10 days ago
Godzilla fights Jason; Bob the Builder finds rivalry with Handy Manny; Dinosaur Train is improbable; the Little Match girl finds a deadly use for her wares.
aired 10 days ago
Velociraptors from "Jurassic Park" learn to be clever; the possible cancellation of "Robot Chicken."
aired 11 days ago
What happens when Dumbledore "breaks bad"; a documentary on the war of Kitchen Commandos; where counted sheep go; G.I. Joe Extreme.
aired 26 days ago
The origins of Heat Miser and Cold Miser; Ebenezer Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas.
aired 54 days ago
Santa experiences a memorable Christmas; the elves dream of the simple toys of holidays past; Krampus puts in a good word for the coal industry; St. Nick meets his idol.
aired 54 days ago
The minds behind Robot Chicken expose a deep, dark family secret; nothing will ever be the same when the Robot Chicken Nerd discovers his true dad is...Father Christmas.
aired 58 days ago
Every holiday that ever existed; Mother's Day for Disney characters; a Jewish boy raps; a Pilgrim surprises his family; Santa has neighbor troubles.
aired 59 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 61 days ago
Action figures spoof pop culture.
aired 108 days ago
Action figures spoof pop culture.
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Lois Lane is dead, maybe from super murder; Batman asks if Superman can bleed, but could care less.

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