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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Series cast summary:
Seth Green ...  Various / ... 207 episodes, 2005-2021
Matthew Senreich ...  Man / ... 141 episodes, 2005-2021
Breckin Meyer ...  Superman / ... 108 episodes, 2005-2021
Tom Root ...  Various / ... 85 episodes, 2005-2021
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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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Trivia

The show is based on a regular feature in ToyFare Magazine, of which Matthew Senreich was the Editor. The feature was titled "Twisted ToyFare Theater" and had various toys in bizarre situations. Then, Senreich interviewed Seth Green for his magazine, and Green approached Senreich about doing an animated series based on the magazine feature. The result was an Internet series titled "Sweet J Presents", which aired on Sony's website in 2001. Green and Senreich then pitched the show to the Cartoon Network. See more »

Quotes

Jared the Subway Guy: [Jared passes out in the bathroom at a bakery] I must have passed out from the strain of pushing that enormous log out of my butt.
[comes out of the bathroom to find the bakery deserted]
Jared the Subway Guy: Did my dookie fumes clear out the whole bakery?
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Crazy Credits

The eighth season opening credits has the Robot Chicken frozen in ice, in a futuristic era. He is found by the mad scientist's descendant, who thaws him out and revives him, then forces him to watch television. See more »

Alternate Versions

The DVD first season set arranges the episodes in order of production, rather than in order of air date. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Tosh.0: The Best of Season 6 (2014) See more »

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The Gonk
Written by H. Chappell
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Robot Chicken is crazy funny beyond all others.
20 March 2005 | by StevePattersonSee all my reviews

I'm not going to spend a very long time giving all sorts of opinions about this and that, but the bottom line is that Robot Chicken is some of the funniest, simplistic, and crazy humor that I have seen in a very long time... perhaps ever. If you're offended easily, or have something against simple, ridiculous comedy then this show probably isn't for you. But if you're a fan of any of Cartoon Networks "Adult Swim" cartoons in general, I can guarantee that you're going to love this one. In fact, if you're anything like me I've only seen the first few episodes that have aired, but I'm already very anxiously awaiting to see more. I'm already hoping that after season 1 is over, they'll release it on DVD so I can show this crazy stuff to everyone I know.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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