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Bitch Pudding Special 

Robot Chicken fan-favorite character Bitch Pudding gets her time to shine in a brand new solo special! When her fellow citizens in Pastryville get tired of suffering Bitch Pudding's abuse, ... See full summary »

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Zeb Wells

Writers:

Seth Green (creator), Matthew Senreich (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Katee Sackhoff ... Bitch Puddin' (voice)
Seth Green ... Nick Fury / Trevor / The Shlorps (voice)
Rob Corddry ... The Squirrel Wizard (voice)
Kate Mara ... Raspberry Parfait / Vagina Shlorp (voice)
Matthew Senreich ... The Shlorps (voice)
Billy Bob Thornton ... Grandfather Shlorp (voice)
Billy Dee Williams ... Fudge Turnover (voice)
Maisie Williams ... Black Cherry Pie / Shlorpette (voice)
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Robot Chicken fan-favorite character Bitch Pudding gets her time to shine in a brand new solo special! When her fellow citizens in Pastryville get tired of suffering Bitch Pudding's abuse, they hatch a plot to eliminate her once and for all! Now Bitch Pudding will blaze a trail of raging revenge, and the world better learn how to duck and cover! Written by Anonymous

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27 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual in Animation - character animation. See more »

Crazy Credits

"Girl.....Sarah Gellar" "Girl.....Mila Kunis" "Cup.....Jason Oshman" See more »

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Referenced in AniMat's Crazy Cartoon Cast: It's Not Ogre Yet (2018) See more »

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Sadly doesn't work for evitable reasons.
26 November 2019 | by GiraffeDoorSee all my reviews

I'd love to see more specials like this but this one sadly didn't quite make the grade.

I want to see B**** Pudding in her own short, I really do, but there is a crucial difference between a 50 second skit and a 11 minute short. We can handle this toxic character because she's used as a throw away gag but when you make her the protagonist in a narrative like this you need to either a) Have her develop as a character b) get her comeuppance.

The humour is there. BP gets a pit of karma laid on her (a bit), but this sadly fell below Robot Chicken's usual standard.


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