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The Brute Man 

Not Rated | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Episode aired 10 February 1996
A deformed creeper is the pro-/antagonist of Mike and the robots' experiment preceded by a bunch of chickens.

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Jim Mallon ...
Gypsy
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Mary Jo Pehl ...
Pearl Forrester
Paul Chaplin ...
Sandy / Matthew
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Mike and the robots are subjected to a horrible creeper movie for their experiment preceded by a short about chicken farming. In between the movie segments, Servo decides to try out being a landlord to a duplex only to find out that yes, people actually are used to running water in Pennsylvania. He also decides to see how chickens are born by being incubated inside a giant egg only to be shattered by Mike. Later, Mike tries to call an ex-girlfriend to get him and the robots down until Servo interrupts the call to check in with his real estate agent. Then, inspired by the guy in the movie who looks kind of like Thomas Dewey, Crow tries to sing "The Crimes Of Tom Dewey," which only confuses Mike and Tom. Meanwhile, down in Deep 13, Pearl Forrester goes out on a date with Sandy, a pompous egotistic swinger whom Clayton despises on sight. When their date comes to a close, Clayton turns Sandy into the Chicken of Tomorrow. Written by Titus Yorick.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Not Rated
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Crow T. Robot: Et Tu, Brute Man?
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References Horse Feathers (1932) See more »

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Tom Dooley
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Traditional
Performed by Trace Beaulieu, Kevin Murphy, and Michael J. Nelson (as "Tom Dewey")
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