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July 2002 (USA) See more »
In the retro-1980's future, robots have become commonplace. Mechanical butlers, electronic plumbers and robo-bartenders are part of everyday life... See more »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 10 of 14)

Myles Jeffrey ... Cubey (9 episodes, 2002-2003)

Gary LeRoi Gray ... Mitch (4 episodes, 2002-2003)

Seth Green ... Various (4 episodes, 2002)

Kyle Sullivan ... Socks (3 episodes, 2002-2003)

Grey Griffin ... Mom / ... (2 episodes, 2002-2003)

Maurice LaMarche ... Mr. McMcMc / ... (2 episodes, 2002-2003)

Dee Bradley Baker ... Extra Kids / ... (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Bobby Block ... Robot Jones (2 episodes, 2003)

Erica Mer ... Various (2 episodes, 2002)

James Arnold Taylor ... Boy 3 / ... (2 episodes, 2003)

Series Directed by
Steve Socki (10 episodes, 2002-2003)

Rob Renzetti (unknown episodes)
Series Writing credits
Greg Miller (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Mike Stern (1 episode, 2003)

Series Produced by
Janet Dimon .... line producer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Greg Miller .... executive producer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Brian A. Miller .... supervising producer: Cartoon Network Studios (1 episode, 2002-2003)
Series Original Music by
Greg Miller (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Casting by
Collette Sunderman (1 episode, 2002)
Margaret Tang (1 episode, 2003)
Series Art Direction by
Mike Stern (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Production Management
Andrea Lopez .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (6 episodes, 2002-2003)
Khaki Jones .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Linda Simensky .... executive in charge of production: Cartoon Network (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Art Department
Mike Stern .... storyboard artist / prop designer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Sound Department
Matt Brown .... dialogue editor (6 episodes, 2002-2003)
Peter Aries .... track reader (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Timothy J. Borquez .... re-recording mixer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Eric Freeman .... sound re-recording mixer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Robert Serda .... second recording engineer / sound recording engineer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Thomas Syslo .... sound editor (2 episodes, 2002-2003)

Roy Braverman .... sound effects editor / supervising sound editor (unknown episodes)
Jason Piatt .... foley mixer (unknown episodes)
Series Visual Effects by
Christopher Staples .... visual effects editor (1 episode, 2003)
Series Animation Department
Shakeh Haghnazarian .... character designer / character modeler / ... (6 episodes, 2002-2003)
Shellie Kvilvang .... character designer / character modeler / ... (6 episodes, 2002-2003)
Sandy Benenati .... animation checker (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Dan Krall .... background designer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Jim Worthy .... background designer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Steve Socki .... animation director / supervising director (2 episodes, 2003)
Series Casting Department
Karie Gima Pham .... casting coordinator (1 episode, 2003)
Series Editorial Department
Brian Hutchings .... telecine operator (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Alicia Parkinson .... post-production coordinator (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Music Department
The Invisible Car .... music performer / performer (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Series Other crew
Karie Gima Pham .... talent coordinator (2 episodes, 2002-2003)

Zeke Kamm .... story editor (unknown episodes, 2003)
Courtenay Palaski .... publicist (unknown episodes, 2003)
Linda Simensky .... production executive (unknown episodes, 2003)
Peter Aries .... track reader (unknown episodes)
Anna Chambers .... background paint (unknown episodes)
Greg Miller .... developer (unknown episodes)
Steve Socki .... supervisor (unknown episodes)
Mike Stern .... developer (unknown episodes)
Margaret Tang .... voice director (unknown episodes)

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Early on, Robot Jones's voice was a Robospeak voice. His voice was changed to a human, and was dubbed over the old episodes.See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Funny, but more for adults, 20 July 2002
Author: ( from The heart of the Keystone State

I just watched the premier of this show on Cartoon Network last night. I didn't really know what to expect when I turned it on. From what I'd seen in the previews, it looked like the type of cartoon that Nickelodeon is producing right now, many of which (I'll draw a lot of flame for this, I'm sure) are pretty lousy at the moment.

Either way, the show wasn't as bad as I anticipated, but it wasn't as good as I thought it could be. The worst part was probably Robot Jones' monotone synthesized voice, which was funny at first but got really irritating later on. It seemed a bit forced, as if it were a factor that would make or break the cartoon, and it tended to bog things down.

Another problem with the cartoon is the animation, which wasn't anything really great and actually seemed to distract from the rest of the cartoon. It didn't really seem to help the flow of the cartoon or satirize anything. This effect is achieved in the Powerpuff Girls, which makes fun of anime, and in Dexter's Lab, which often shows huge, overexaggerated lab equipment. These "bad backgrounds" in those shows made them funny, but in Robot Jones it looks bad and overdone, especially in "dark" panels (e.g. a lot of hash marks are used for darkness and texture.)

The humor of the cartoon was better than I expected, so I wasn't too disappointed; however, it wasn't nearly as good as it could have been. I had a few chuckles, but it was nothing compared to the hilarious stuff I've seen on other Cartoon Network shows. One other point: at times, the humor almost seemed aimed directly at adults, or at least kids over the age of 7. Since it's a show about kids in middle school, I'm assuming it's intended for that age group anyway. I certainly wouldn't recommend it as a show for very young children to watch. There is some humor in the show that some parents might not even consider appropriate for very young children. There is also the "attention span" factor which should come into play. There are times in the cartoon when there is little or no action to speak of. Additionally, the humor might be funny for adults, but for a kid it might seem like a lot of nonsense that isn't really all that funny.

In conclusion, Robot Jones is neither great nor totally terrible. It's an OK show for one weekend, but it's one I certainly wouldn't recommend watching regularly.

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