A series of pop-culture parodies using stop-motion animation of toys, action figures and dolls. The title character was an ordinary chicken until he was run down by a car and subsequently brought back to life in cyborg form by mad scientist Fritz Huhnmorder, who tortures Robot Chicken by forcing him to watch a random selection of TV shows, the sketches that make up the body of each episode.
We see how the knight guarding the Holy Grail spends his time. The Beast is put in a pimped out castle with twenty beauties, one of whom he must find to be his true love or he will die. Montage Man is here to speed things along.
The RC writers imagine Harry Potter as a 70’s sitcom. The future looks bleak for Nostradamus’s assistant. We answer the question of what’s underneath Abe Lincoln’s hat. And the Jonas brothers learn they are more than just brothers.
Tyrion Lannister learns the true meaning of winter is coming; Blade tries to slice his way into informercials; Inside Out Boy goes to college; the "Robot Chicken" writers show what happens when "Halloween" meets "Home Alone."
The purge is on and unbreakable laws are broken; the battle of the Ex X's; and The Predator and The Bachelor.
In this terribly terrific Robot Chicken tale, treasure the trials and tribulations of a time-twisted teenager's toxic tussle with tons of terror on, uh, Halloween.
The Super, Extra-Special, One of a Kind, 200th episode spectacular! The Robot Chicken crew finally reveals everything you wanted to know about his experiment with the chicken, the chair, and the televisions.
"Robot Chicken" shows how "Batman Beyond's" training goes way beyond Batman's training; a deleted scene makes "Cats" a masterpiece; B... Pudding is determined to bring it on.
Only the RC writers know the true history of the brown M&M. What happened after Charlie won the Chocolate Factory? Can a perverted unicorn make a kid's dream come true? Maybe he shouldn't...
'The Green Mile' seems much longer; Optimus Prime tries to shirk jury duty
Good Will Hunting goes Goodwill Hunting. Pennywise the clown shows off some new moves. A Fortnite contractor is hired to build a house. And the RC crew reimagines the show Pete & Pete.
As Indiana Jones warns Marion to keep her eyes closed, spirits try to get the two of them to open them. An elephant named Morton is playing hookie from school, when out of the blue he comes face to face with Crackhead Kangaroo. The 1968 animated masterpiece "Yellow Submarine" gets a mashup with the 1990 masterpiece "Hunt for Red October." As the best Mario Kart driver, Toad is the perfect transporter, as long as her clients honor their part of the deal.
Robot Chicken introduces the next animated mega-hit: The Cheese League! Oprah lands a hot guest: C'thulhu. Galactus needs a new herald. Family Double Dare breaks a few families apart, and Nickelodeon's Guts teaches a boy to score.
The Robot Chicken writers think Disney is running out of classics to remake; Luke Skywalker is a little too comfy inside that Taunaun; Midsommars' big problem was it wasn't cute enough.
Superman forgets to lock the door to the Fortress of Solitude. The Nerd dies or has sex or both. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get their hands on some surplus military hardware.
The Magic School Bus goes on its last ride; the circle of life confuses the Wonder Pets; and teenage Archie Andrews pursues a girl.
Lex Luthor wants to buy some real estate. Inspector Gadget joins the US Army. Is being a My Little Pony just a phase? The story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is revisited.
Writers must take Fury Road to get into the office; Beavis moves on from his life with Butt-head; Robot Chicken's Nerd is a guest in Westworld.
The Lady of the Lake gives Percival some trouble when he goes to return Excalibur to her. The Robot Chicken crew shows what Dumbledore sees when he looks into the Mirror of Desire. Professor X reveals how the X-Men first discovered their powers. And Garfield gets buried in the pet cemetery.
The Robot Chicken Christmas Murder Mystery Special!
Rita Repulsa finally figures out a way to take down The Power Rangers. We get to see Freddy Krueger's worst nightmare. The Robot Chicken crew reveals the monster from Bird Box. We get to see a different viewpoint from the movie Predator.
Naruto has trained and "Robot Chicken" writers think he's ready for the test; The Force evolves into something new and deadly; "Robot Chicken" teaches Martin Scorcese a few things about filmmaking.
From the minds of the writers at Robot Chicken, it's time for Medusa to get her freak on; The Pirates of Dark Water visit Flint, Michigan; Yarel Poof returns to see how the Star Wars Saga ends.
Randy experiences cross-dressing and death in The Worst Halloween. The crew of Battlestar Galactica defeats the FCC threat. Behold, the newest adventure of Turbo Teen. Dick Tracy earns his name. M.A.S.K.'s Matt Tracker takes a bride.
Robot Chicken takes Inside Out's Riley further inside and even more out; The Red Skull battles his ultimate nemesis loneliness; Rey gets more than she bargained for at the Skywalker homestead.
The Robot Chicken PS3 Contest winner gets everything that's coming to him. Mr. Rogers is turning Japanese. Spawn faces Malebolgia with his one true skill - fiddling. Fonzie takes care of Chachi the best he can in "The Pursuit of Happy Days." Iron Man's feet become his greatest weakness. VH1's "Top 100 Final Episodes" features the end of "Mork & Mindy," "Love Boat" and more.