Old-school stop-motion animation and fast-paced satire are the hallmarks of this eclectic show created by Seth Green and Matt Senreich. Action figures find new life as players in frenetic sketch-comedy vignettes that skewer TV, movies, music, and celebrities.
The G.I. Joe operatives face a big challenge. A look at vegetarianism; questions about the Starbucks logo; Orville Redenbacher's new role
post-concert activities with Alvin and the Chipmunks; Mary Poppins' unusual behavior; the truth behind B.A.Baracus' distaste for flying; G.I. Joe's war experience
A look at a "Fast and Furious" sequel a new role for Wilson from "Cast Away"; Scooby and the gang's Newest member
Osama Bin Laden's end; "The Shirt Tales" gang in World War II; King Don's ruling style; overweight toons on a weight-loss show.
A "Lord of the Rings" spoof; more adventures with E.T.; a birthday gift for Ben 10; a new mission for Captain Planet.
Gadget has a surprise in store; Frosty goes through a change; and two Eternia tourists witness a battle between He-Man and Skeletor.
A prank on Apache Chief; how the Lego people react to non-conformity; a look at a world without wolves; and the consequences of good times for Captain Kirk.
The creators imagine how Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber live their life; Yin and Yang enter a dodgeball tournament; Greg Heffley tries his luck with a triangle and Huckleberry Hound playing James Bond.
Dora the Explorer turns 15; the reason behind Angry Birds' rage is revealed; and Thomas the Tank Engine meets an explosive end.
E.T. takes over an ER; Harry Potter lands in a not-so-magical situation; the reason why Black Widow and Hawkeye remain part of the Avengers is revealed; and the characters encounter zombies.
A brand new eco-friendly addition to Sesame Street; what happens when Mario from Super Mario Bros. gets rich; and some kind of Pinky & the Brain spoof.
Included: Monopoly in theaters; Dracula's dinner party; "The Little Mermaid" in New York; a new Dr. Seuss character.
Santa almost misses Christmas; Kano spends the holidays with Mrs. Cage; Justin Bieber releases a new song; and G.I. Joe has a special Christmas.
Spoofed: Rocky and Bullwinkle; Badtz-Maru; "The Hunger Games".
The truth behind "Airwolf"; the final episode of "iCarly"; a "Star Trek" song.
The Teletubbies new roles as Power Rangers; Doc Brown's struggle with his time machine; 50 Cent's latest collaborator; a Lego person's birth.
A meeting between Jason Voorhees and Michael Meyers; a rap for pescatarians; the future of holidays.
The Nerd becomes Little Red Riding Hood; the Avengers take Broadway; Archie stands up for himself; Harry Potter applies for college; and the next "Aliens" film is imagined.
Humping Robot attacks the U.S. Navy; an intervention for M.A.D. Cat; The Thundercats learn about estrus; Barbie's Ken creates Fight Club.
Seth and Matt get Robot Chicken uncancelled, Gargamel sells Smurf Burgers, Catdog visits the vet, a drunken minotaur terrorises the British kids who own the cupboard leading to Narnia and GI Joe fight COBRA for a "Best P.S.A Award".
A look at what drives Pinky Brewster's punky power. Clarice Starling comes across Multiple Muggs. Skeletor attempts to blow up snake mountain.
The identity of an alien is questioned. A new room-mate moves in with Bert. The Terminator meets his new wife's kids from a previous marriage. Papa Smurf has to go undercover.
A dad has an uncomfortable talk with his daughter about the birds and the bees, the origin of bagpipes is revealed, and the Robot Chicken writers let the Robot Chicken Nerd take a trip into The Game of Thrones.
No one knows what disease Gerry injected himself with in World War Z...until the Robot Chicken writers take a crack at it! See Benjamin Franklin’s greatest invention, Hannah from Girls gets a new boyfriend and we see the prequel to The Parent Trap.
The Cryptkeeper brings terror; Iron Sheik appears; the crew brainstorms a Candy Crush movie; and Woody Woodpecker receives a phone call.
The RC gang thought the drift in Pacific Rim could use a little reworking, the future is revealed to kind of suck for Looney Toons characters in Looper, Voltron gets a new number, and Skeletor takes a trip back in time to rid himself of He-Man.
Our writers imagine how Scrooge McDuck would do on Shark Tank, Fred Flintstone gets a colonoscopy, Shrek has a moment of clarity, and Doc from Mike Tyson's Punchout passes on to the great arena in the sky.
The zany writers of the show put Master Chief and Cortana in an uncomfortable conversation, Drones are put into action on the G.I. Joe team, we see a few more animal totems from the Visionaries cartoon, and the little Lego folks take on some scary stuff in World War B.
Santa Claus shows he has slightly racist tendencies. The Bratz have fun in Summer. Tiger Woods stars in a animated film.
A look at the life of a lemming. A song is written about swamps. No one cares about Sleeping Beauty's latest dream. Shredder and April O'Neil embark on a forbidden affair.
The Zybots try to unite with the Autobots. There's a look behind the scenes at what happened during medieval times. The night crew of the Enterprise go on a adventure. Man-E-Faces experience being a star.
Why no one plays the piano in Wayne Manor; what James Potter did while in animal form; Disney Princesses fight.
Kim Possible takes a trip to North Korea; Beanie Babies turn a man's life around; and the Robot Chicken Nerd takes an adventure with Doctor Who.
The Count from Sesame Street has a run in with Blade, Jor-El has some very helpful advice for Superman, and a new nemesis comes to Gotham City.
Bitch Pudding seeks revenge on the citizens of Pastryville after they try to have her eliminated.
Bear Grylls deals with Wild Things; Dr. Ryan Stone calls a radio station; Brainy Smurf manipulates events; and Baloo discovers his roots.
Dumbledore breaks bad; a war on the Kitchen Commandos; where sheep go after being counted; and G.I. Joe Extreme.
Velociraptors from "Jurassic Park" learn to be clever; the possible cancellation of "Robot Chicken."
Season Five of Robot Chicken opens with a bang on the beaches of Normandy! The creators imagine how Cabbage Patch Kids are made, what the reaction to shows like STOMP! are, and we see what Skeletor is forced to do when Snake Mountain is foreclosed on.
The Secret Origin of Mo-Larr, Transformers 3 sneak peaks, Lara Croft vs. Tracey Ullman, Ernest as F#@!, He-Man and his father and Smurfatar.
The creators imagine what goes on deep in the jungles of Pandoraa late at night, Harold and his purple crayon go on an adventure in a bad neighborhood, Major Nelson uses Jeannie to get back at NASA for firing him, and everyone in the G.I. Joe ranks gets to animal sidekick.
Dr. Drakken goes to prison; the Lego people race for space; Andy returns to his toys after college; and updates on the lives of TV characters from the 1990s are offered.
Find out what crimes your Thanksgiving turkey committed and was then pardoned for. See who earns the title of lamest villain ever.
The Keebler elves defend their home against Cookie Monster. Also: how ice-cream sundaes were made; the reality of having a “spidey” sense.
Sketches include the story of how Strawberry Shortcake’s Baby Needs-a-Name got a name that is hard to forget; a roast is held to commemorate the Cobra Commander and climaxes in a surprise ending; secrets are revealed regarding Skeeter
Special soldiers fight Hitler. See into Morgan Freeman's thoughts during a car accident.
The creators ponder what a Diablo Cody eulogy would be like - home-skillett; the Joker finally gets what coming to him and find out how the Robot Chicken Nerd would fare in the world of Tron. Rated TV-MA.
Potato-chip cops dispense justice; a magical zebra assists a man; Green Lantern finds a new place for his ring; and a bloopers host offers a peek into his life.
A Rubik's Cube has an adventure; kids take part in a new fad; a secret lies behind a small door in a boy's room; and a 24-hour gym is explored.
Master Chief's face is revealed; life for Frankenberry is examined; Princess Toadstool's parents meet Mario; and Scarecrow navigates life in prison.
Godzilla fights Jason; Bob the Builder gets competition from Handy Manny; Dinosaur Train proves improbable; and the Little Match girl finds a new, more dangerous use for her matches.
Fonzie takes coolness too far; the girl from "The Ring" finds out videotapes are old technology; the Robot ChickenNerd gets lost in the CW.
Pluto tries to break away from the dwarf planet crowd, an "American Girl" doll shortage causes chaos and "The Wild Thornberrys" realise they need to get "really wild" to stay on air.
Pigeons wreak havoc; Naked Captain Picard hits it big; the Paw Patrol face the ultimate terror; and the Animaniacs take a course in sex education.
The Magic School Bus goes on its last ride; the circle of life confuses the Wonder Pets; and teenage Archie Andrews pursues a girl.
The "Robot Chicken" writers wonder whose job it was to walk King Kong; Michael Bay reveals the secrets to "Transformers Five."
The purge is on and unbreakable laws are broken; the battle of the Ex X's; and The Predator and The Bachelor.
Only the RC writers know the true history of the brown M&M. What happened after Charlie won the Chocolate Factory? Can a perverted unicorn make a kid's dream come true? Maybe he shouldn't...
Robot Chicken introduces the next animated mega-hit: The Cheese League! Oprah lands a hot guest: C'thulhu. Galactus needs a new herald. Family Double Dare breaks a few families apart, and Nickelodeon's Guts teaches a boy to score.
'The Green Mile' seems much longer; Optimus Prime tries to shirk jury duty
Everyone should butt out of the Power Rangers' business; Obi-Wan takes the low road to the high ground; The Terminator gets involved in the Garden of Eden.
Lex Luthor wants to buy some real estate. Inspector Gadget joins the US Army. Is being a My Little Pony just a phase? The story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is revisited.
Daredevil wasn't the only person to lose his sense in an accident. Hogwarts students don't understand birth control. Solid Snake has an interesting visit to the bathroom. The Micronauts get a new public transport system.
Superman forgets to lock the door to the Fortress of Solitude. The Nerd dies or has sex or both. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get their hands on some surplus military hardware.
Liam Neeson discovers his movie seat has been… taken. A veterinarian explains how 101 dalmatians reproduce. The Crypt Keeper's schtick is stolen.
Some outtakes from Seth Green's Burger King commercial. Krang tries his hand at online dating. A look at Huey Lewis' lost hit song from "Back to the Future".
Walter White Jr. raps about breakfast. The Exo-Squad have some jobs to do. Remy makes a new kind of ratatouille.
Darth Vader learns the meaning of "I'm Sorry". The Terminator alters the future a little too much. Edna Mode starts an incredible new job.