Robot Chicken: Season 1, Episode 11

Toy Meets Girl (1 May 2005)

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William Shatner's toupee has adventures the action star can only dream of. Heaven's not all it's cracked up to be in "Can We Handle the Truth?"



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Episode complete credited cast:
Sam Beckett / Todd the Atheist / Al Calavicci / Otto Frank / Chad Michael Murray / Michael Moore / Soundwave / Destro / Cobra Commander / Thug #2 / Various (voice)
French Woman / Mom (voice)
TiVo Addict (voice)
She-Ra / Teacher / Woman (voice)
Lion-O (voice)
Adam Talbot ...
Angel / He-Man / Snarf / Man / General (voice) (as Adam Talbott)
William Shatner / Rick Salomon / Todd's Friend #1 / Adolf Hitler (voice)
Victor Yerrid ...
Todd's Friend #2 / Serial Killer Clown / Boss / Mosquitos (voice)


William Shatner's toupee has adventures the action star can only dream of. Heaven's not all it's cracked up to be in "Can We Handle the Truth?"

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In the scene where Snarf is snatched off the street, a poster of Macaulay Culkin with the caption "Free Mack" can be seen in the background. At the time this episode was produced, Culkin had been arrested for drug possession and was unable to reprise his previous role of Prince Adam. See more »


Soundwave: [talking to Michael Moore about his new job] I just try not to dwell on the past. I have a family to support now and... could you hold on a second, I have a customer.
[transforms into a port-a-potty]
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Transportation Captain - Sarah Gellar Ms. Kunis' Stand-In - Mila Kunis See more »


References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Getting laughs from atrocities!?
2 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've always enjoyed Robot Chicken. And while i've cringed at some for some of subjects that were parodied. This episode had some good laughs. Especially William Shatner's Wig. But then they chose to parody Anne Frank.The circumstances of her life and death are so tragic. I think they finally went too far. Mocking this young girls life in hiding from the Nazi's, her capture and execution. Is beyond the pale. This is an early episode and as far as I can tell they never went this kind of negative again. Politician, celebrities, fairy tales, cartoon, even most historical figures are fair game. But they should stay away atrocities.

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