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The creators imagine what the movie Sex and the City 3 will be like if made more guy friendly.
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Robot Chicken / The Nerd / Daniel 'Gyro-Robo' / Little Drummer Boy / Eagle Eye Smith / Yogi Bear / Boo Boo / Various (voice)
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Mo-Larr (voice)
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Mike Lazzo / Scientist (voice)
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Bloopers Host / Ranger Smith (voice)
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Unicorn / Mr. Big (voice)
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Munson / Alien / Man (voice)
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Bitch Puddin' / Carrie Bradshaw (voice)
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Keith Crofford / Kid (voice)
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Composite Santa Claus (voice)
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Gummy Bear / Samantha Jones / Woman (voice)
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The creators imagine what the movie Sex and the City 3 will be like if made more guy friendly.

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The chicken can be seen in the back of the movie theater during the Sex & The City 3 sketch. See more »

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Spoofs Sex and the City (2008) See more »

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Epic Battle
30 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

While this episode was not really the greatest, it did have its funny moments. The Sex and the City 3 skit was not all that interesting, maybe as I am not familiar with the series. The Forest Power Rangers sketch was a step up with some good parodying of the 90's. Then came Robot Chicken's epic journey to the top of the mad scientist's tower fighting old villains from past episodes on his way up. It consisted of some very skilled stop-motion animation and excellent cinematography. That scene really displayed what the show is all about and what the viewers are drawn to: the comedic over the top violence combined with the satire and mockery of present and past popular culture.


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