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Pop culture references fly thick and fast as stop-motion animation is featured in sketches lampooning everything from television movies to comic books.
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Pop culture references fly thick and fast as stop-motion animation is featured in sketches lampooning everything from television movies to comic books.

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Although some stop-motion animation figures are made of clay, the figures in this series are either a hybrid of plastic doll limbs and Styrofoam torsos, or toys that are made completely of plastic. Very few small figures, however, like the lemmings in "The Animal Kingdom Presents" sketch, are made of clay. See more »

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[the Fat One is trying to determine which Ninja Turtle is Corey Feldman]
Raphael: Pizza is *radical*!
Michealangelo: Master Splinter's *way cool*!
Leonardo: Turtle power, dude!
Donatello: Clean... Sober... Back on television! Things are lookin' up for the Feldmeister!
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Mr. Green's Dialect Coach - Sarah Gellar Mr. Green's Hygiene Coach - Mila Kunis Knows What Was Blurred Out in Ep. 6 - S. Gold See more »

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Referenced in 18 to Life: In Sickness and in Health (2010) See more »

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Written by H. Chappell
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It's insane, twisted, sick... IT'S FANTASTIC!!!
15 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is great! This is the best thing I've seen Cartoon Network do. Seth Green is a warped genius. This is madness in it's purest form.

Robot Chicken is a sketch show that uses action figures and various dolls to act out scenes in stop motion animation. It's only fifteen minutes long and only airs once a week but it's great fun. It's so completely random that you have no idea what's going to happen next. Nothing is sacred. Adult Swim has a real gem with this one.

This show is fun. It's like watching a mad man play with his old childhood toys. You can't help but look as you see Seth Green's sick imagination unfold bizarre and comedic situations for several famous characters with their action figure counter parts. Various celebrities lend their voices. I hope this show lasts a good long while.


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