The last surviving member of N*Sync, Joey Fatone, must avenge his murdered bandmates in a deadly martial arts tournament. Check out a little scrambled porn on your 1980s-era cable box. M. Night Shyamalan has endless fake-outs in store for viewers in "The Twist."
Segment List: Street Vendor Nightmare / First Date / Army Firecracker / Frogger Car Wreck / Tetsuo! / Carousel of Tommorow / Alarm Clock Reversal / Mayor McCheese Press Conference / Never Say Goy! / It's a Wimpy-Filled Life / Halo Kong / Mrs. McNally's / Ponda Baba's Bad Day
"Dance Dance Revolution" has caught on in Cuba, and even Fidel Castro gets involved. Godzilla is having problems in the bedroom. A night-time drive is interrupted by a vampire attack. "Jeannie" gets her just desserts. An athlete gives thanks after a game. "Dragon's Lair" is updated for the "middle ages". After a car accident, the guy from "Six Flags" makes everything better, for a little while. Lindsay Lohan battles other young starlets in a parody of "Highlander".
Advertisement for a product called Morning Wood. Trailers for the horror films "Idle Nuts" and "Attack of the Giant Midget". Man catches a mermaid, with a twist. Bruce Wayne's cleaning lady gets a big surprise. Falkor and Atreyu decide to throw The Neverending Party. Omaha's Number 1 News Team reports the news, including: Flu season affects giant robots; a car chase that seems oddly familiar; amateur news footage of Underdog at work; weather with Paris Hilton; the Shirt Tales causing controversy; and finally a porn-erasing worm causes a nationwide panic.
Twinkie the Kid dispenses justice and lead! Popular board games from Chutes and Ladders to Hungry Hungry Hippos get turned into action-packed feature films. Meet Skeletor's dentist, Mo-Larr! Emperor Palpatine gets a collect call from Darth Vader. Mortal Kombat's Johnny Cage has a bad day on the job. An enraged Ted Turner transforms into his alter-ego, Captain Planet. Hal Sparks, Michael Ian Black and Master Shake parody VH1's Best Week Ever with "Best Robot Chicken Ever".
Pikachu shows us another side of himself, while some kids have fun with "numb-chucking." A game of checkers leads to an interstellar war, and a man befriends Eagle Eye Smith, the greatest blind man to ever live. Don't miss "My Little Ponys of the Apocalypse" or the new hit show, "Golden Girls and the City."
Alien in the yard. Mime causes a car accident. Senior Mutant Ninja Turtles deal with life in a nursing home. Kirsten Dunst visits the video store. Dogs playing poker on TV. Rick Schroeder in "Rick Shaw". Paper bags sell movie tickets at Fan-Dingo.com. Scott Norwood can't kick. Robot wedding shower. Final Fantasy: The Fast Food Edition. Rowdy Roddy Piper as Marilyn Monroe. The Booger Man is not just a legend for little Timmy. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and others in a spoof of "8 Mile".
Care bears always care a lot, about the ethnic cleansing of the Care bear cousins. Watch the action-packed story of Heimlich and his quest to unblock your windpipe. Harry Potter and his friends uses there magic to overcome, puberty.
Robot Chicken is ready to sell out! The Fantanas unexpectedly interrupt a Mideast treaty signing ceremony. ET arrives home to find out his stranding on Earth was not accidental. The secret lives of Halloween jack-o-lanterns are exposed. The Best Spaceship Ever is described by its designer, Billy. A little girl "rescues" the mythical flying horse Pegasus when he is caught in a trap. Inspector Gadget goes out of control after installing some new replacement parts from Cyberdyne Corporation.
The Navy's new recruitment ad. General Zod gets his own exercise show. "There's No Place Like Home" doesn't work out quite right for Dorothy. "Cork" is America's first mentally challenged crime sleuth. Kraken is finally released, and finds it hard to start a new life. "Weasel Stomping Day" is celebrated, with music by Weird Al. Young Kevin makes a wish on a star that comes true, and he tells all his buddies so they can have their wishes granted too. A power shortage causes a crisis for the Enterprise crew, and they have to resort to cannibalism.
The classic movie The Beastmaster takes Broadway by storm. Lance Armstrong gets revenge on France. Buck Rogers learns what his name rhymes with. Britney Spears as Citizen Britney as the final segment of this reedited episode
Li'l Hitler will win your heart! The Library of Heaven yields answers even God doesn't know. The Burger King serves up some Delicious B&E. Garfield and Heathcliff take each other to court. A giraffe deals with the stages of death. The gang from Police Academy joins the X-Men.
Broken bumper car. Jesus joins the Argonauts. Deep Throat. Ad for a new line of dolls: My Stalker, My Ex-Girlfriend, etc. Orlando Bloom helps out at a plane crash. The March of the Penguin. Ice Cream Man encounters trouble. The Micronauts climb a mountain. Playmobil cowboys search for a new gig. NORAD deals with Santa differently these days.
Medusa at the hairdresser. Snow Job is mercilessly taunted by his GI Joe cohorts. An apple a day... Dorothy and her friends have some trouble on the yellow brick road. Thing from the Addams Family tries to make it on his own. Stripper pole problems. A man meets a leprechaun in a bar. The Hall of Memory game show. The Black Stallion learns a lesson in race relations. Snowman. Oprah and Dr. Phil star in "Tough Love".
Sketches include a dissatisfied Gobots nerd giving his analysis on a recent R.C. Gobots sketch, a new game show in which people are decapitated, a young mother whose apocalyptically melodramatic reaction frightens her resistant baby into eating, Vince Vaughn Bangs Your Mom, Big Bird having the bird flu, bees with attitude, a 14 year old who whacks off in his sock puppet's face, a no longer mad scientist's creation runs amok in a town, Jasper The Douchebag Ghost, and Seth Green and Matthew Senreich asking for financial support in getting a third season in a telethon that goes horribly awry.
Seth and Matt enlist the help of Joss Whedon, Ron Moore and Seth MacFarlane to get their show renewed/ PaPappa the Rapper in court/ Tila Tequila is really a cyborg/ the Trojan Condoms mascot makes a surprise visit at a dinner with friends.
Joey Fatone pitches his idea for a sketch, Gobots prove they're no Transformers, the creators imagine where Billy Joel might get his musical inspiration from and who you might call if The A-Team's not available.
The creators imagine how Babar might rule with an iron tusk, where O.J. might search for his ex-wife's killer and what Skynet might send back as their next Terminator, plus check out the latest superhero movie.
The creators imagine Zeus spicing up The Clash of the Titans, how Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan might play out as an opera, how Speed Racer might fare in the world of NASCAR, and they completely screw with MTV's The Hills.
The creators imagine how Freddy Krueger got his start, what would happen if the Monchhichis drew first blood, how Criss Angel delivers the Ultimate Mind Freak, and what a day with the Living Lohans might be like.
Simon Belmont knows what works. Kermit the Frog introduces everyone to his cousin. The creators imagine what the new Gone with the Wind remake would look like. Annie Warbucks celebrates her super sweet 16.
Discover the secret origins of Mo-Larr, Eternian Destist! Lara Croft makes a terrifying find in a tomb, He-Man's father proves that sometimes the apple falls very, very far from the tree, and the creators imagine how Gargamel might finally get the best of the Smurf's in Smurfitar!
The creators imagine what goes on deep in the jungles of Pandora late at night, Harold and his purple crayon go on an adventure in a bad neighborhood, Major Nelson uses Jeannie to get back at NASA for firing him, and everyone in the G.I. Joe ranks gets to animal sidekick.
Kim Possible's Dr. Drakken gets sent to prison, NASA's Lego people have a very bad launch day; see how Andy treats his toys after he comes home from college in Toy Story 4. All this and more from the minds of the creators.
The creators give us the best 60 seconds in TV history! Plus find out how the ice cream sundae was created; what having "Spider-sense" is really like, and if the Keebler Elves can defend their home against their greatest enemy: The Cookie Monster!
Baby needs-a-name, from Strawberry Shortcake, gets a name no one will ever forget; a roast for Cobra Commander has a surprise ending and the creators finally reveal the secret of what happened to Skeeter from Muppet Babies.
The creators tackle the question of what was going through Morgan Freeman's mind during his 2008 car crash. Find out what happens when a group of mentally challenged soldiers take on Hitler and the SS.
The creators imagine what CHiPs would have been like if the cops had actual potato chip heads, a magical zebra helps out a man with a broken cell phone, Green Lantern wears his ring on another part of his body, and the Bloopers Host returns with clips from his life.
Doc Brown steals plutonium from the Libyan terrorists, the creators imagine what it would be like if Jesus came down to talk to us normal humans. See what life would be like for a 109-year old vampire.
The creators re-imagine the moment before death in Reaped, Dora the Explorer conquers Mt. Everest, God gets busted in the Garden of Eden, and witness the most horrifyingly hysterical car clown crash in history.
Harry from Harry and the Hendersons gets his own TLC reality show, a washing machine comes home to find a robot humping his dryer and the creators imagine a musical number from Grand Theft Auto's Gay Tony.
Robot Chicken pitches "The Fast and the Furious 6"; We see Wilson from "Cast Away" in a "Bourne Identity-type role; We find out what Odd Job does on his day off; The writers dream how different Scooby-Doo would be if Lisbeth Salander joined them.
Middle-Earth will never be the same after Robot Chicken takes on "The Lord of the Rings"; We imagine what happens when Elijah finally makes it home for Passover Seder; Elliot and E.T. have another adventure.
The Robot Chicken writers show you why you don't want to prank Apache Chief; We delve deep into the Lego world; What would happen if we got rid of all the wolves?; The creators show the good times catching up with Captain Kirk.
Robot Chicken dreams up a TV theme song that just keeps going and going; The Robot Chicken Nerd joins Team Fortress; She-Ra knows what it feels like to be her horse, Swift Wind; We show you Skeletor's new plan to take over Eternia.
Robot Chicken brings you the facts about what really happened to the helicopter from Airwolf; We show you how we see iCarly's final episode going; Our rendition of the song Dr. Noonian Soong rapped after creating Data.
Robot Chicken takes on sexual politics with The Disney Characters; We imagine what would happen when Jason Voorhees and Michael Meyers finally meet; The creators come up with a new rap for pescatarians and we show you the future of our holidays.
Robot Chicken takes down Christmas once again! Our writers reveal the origins of the Heat Miser and Cold Miser. Witness Ebenezer Scrooge learn the true TRUE meaning of Christmas. Learn the perils of getting a job at the North Pole. Discover how Santa Claus ruined World War One's greatest day!
The Robot Chicken writers are back for Season 7! We open with a wild and crazy puppet orgy! We find out why God hates bees, a drunken visitor from Narnia comes through the wardrobe, the Dino-Riders get a rock song and Cobra Commander joins SAG.
The creators give us a look at what they believe is really behind Punky Brewster's Punky Power, Clarice Starling has a run in with Multiple Miggs multiple times and Skeletor tries to blow up Snake Mountain.
The RC writers wonder what would happen if the alien from Alien was a different alien? Bert from Sesame Street gets a new roommate, we see what The Terminator would have been like as a step-dad and Papa Smurf sees what goes on behind the scenes in Undercover Smurf.
A dad has an uncomfortable talk with his daughter about the birds and the bees, the origin of the bagpipes is revealed and the Robot Chicken writers let the Robot Chicken Nerd take a trip into The Game of Thrones.
No one knows what disease Gerry injected himself with in World War Z...until the Robot Chicken writers take a crack at it! See Benjamin Franklin's greatest invention, Hannah from Girls gets a new boyfriend and we see the prequel to The Parent Trap.
Our writers unearth The Cryptkeeper to bring you three tales of terror that will haunt you for the rest of your life, the Iron Sheik makes an appearance, the Robot Chicken crew tries to come up with a Candy Crush movie, and Woody Woodpecker gets an unwanted phone call.
The Robot Chicken gang thought the drift in Pacific Rim could use little reworking, the future is revealed to kinda suck for Looney Tunes characters in Looper, Voltron gets a new member, and Skeletor takes a trip back through time to rid himself of He-Man once and for all.
Our writers imagine how Scrooge McDuck would do on Shark Tank, Fred Flintstone gets a colonoscopy, Shrek has a moment of clarity, and Doc from Mike Tyson's Punchout passes on to the great arena in the sky.
The zany writers of the show put Master Chief and Cortana in an uncomfortable conversation, Drones are put into action on the G.I. Joe team, we see a few more animal totems from the Visionaries cartoon, and the little Lego folks take on some scary stuff in World War B.
Have you heard of The Boglins? The RC writers have. And they make a splash with a swamp song, we see what it's like to live the exciting life of a Lemming, Sleeping Beauty has a dream... and no one cares and a forbidden love blossoms between Shredder and April O'Neil.
The minds behind Robot Chicken reveal what happens when the Zybots try to join the Autobots, Man-E-Faces gets a shot at stardom, the Enterprise night crew has a wild adventure, and we get a look at what goes on behind the scenes of Medieval Times when the costumes come off.
The Robot Chicken writers expose the real reason why no one plays the piano in Wayne Manor. We find out what James Potter and his friends did while in animal form, and the Disney Princesses get into a little scuffle.
The Robot Chicken dreamers send Kim Possible on a mission to North Korea, worthless Beanie Babies end up turning a man's life around, and the Robot Chicken Nerd has his greatest adventure yet...with Doctor Who!
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!
From the minds of the writers we see how Bear Grylls deals with some Wild Things, Dr. Ryan Stone calls a radio station, Brainy Smurf manipulates events in House of Smurfs, and Baloo discovers he hasn't always just been a bear in the jungle.
The creators of Robot Chicken wonder what happens when Dumbledore breaks bad, we see a documentary on the war of the Kitchen Commandos, where sheep go when people are done counting them, and G.I. Joe Extreme!
The Robot Chicken writers imagine where the Velociraptors from Jurassic Park learned to be so clever, the Bop It toy has a mind of its own, Mr. and Ms. Pac-Man have a ghostly encounter, and as the season comes to an end will we see the cancellation of Robot Chicken...again?
From the brilliant minds that brought you "Children of Lego Men" comes another season of sketches with film ideas that are unfit for your viewing pleasure! First up: Hollywood's so bad it's good when Godzilla fights Jason. How does Bob the Builder deal with competition from Handy Manny? Dinosaur Train's an improbable train! The Little Match girl finds a new, deadly use for her matches.
The Robot Chicken writers find out what happens when the girl from "The Ring" realizes videotape is a dead technology. Fonzie's coolness goes too far on an un-happy day. The Robot Chicken Nerd gets lost in The CW.
How far will Pluto go to get away from his Dwarf Planet friends? There isn't an American Girl doll for everybody. Just like the creators of Robot Chicken have done in the past, The Wild Thornberrys have to get extremely wild to stay on the air.
The Robot Chicken writers - and the Gargoyles - meet their ultimate foe: Pigeons. Naked Captain Picard wins it all! Can the Paw Patrol rescue themselves from the ultimate terror? The Animaniacs get sex-educational.
Take a trip with the Robot Chicken team when the Magic School Bus goes on its final adventure! The circle of life sends the Wonder Pets through a loop! Teenage Archie Andrews finally picks a girlfriend...to smash.
The minds behind Robot Chicken expose a deep dark family secret, and we learn that nothing will ever be the same when the Robot Chicken Nerd discovers his true father is...Father Christmas! And then a lot of people die.
From the geniuses in the Robot Chicken writers room, we bring you - uh oh, Skipper, that is not Barbie's bus. The Purge is on, and the unbreakable laws are broken! The battle of the Ex X's? Is it The Predator or The Bachelor...or both?
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.
Overheard in the Robot Chicken writers room: the Green Mile seems a lot longer than that. Optimus Prime never shirks his duty...except maybe jury duty. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles learn about the birds and the cloacas.
The ingenious Robot Chicken writers give some advice on why you should butt out of the Power Rangers' business. Obi-Wan takes the low road to the high ground. The Terminator goes back in time to stop Eve from eating the apple.
The Property Brothers try to satisfy Lex Luthor's need for real estate. Is being a My Little Pony just a phase? The US Army finds a use for Inspector Gadget. Robot Chicken re-tells the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
The Robot Chicken crew discovers that Daredevil wasn't the only one to lose his senses in a terrible accident. Hogwarts doesn't teach birth control. Solid Snake gives away his position in the bathroom. The Micronauts get the greatest, or worst, public transportation system.
The creators of Robot Chicken explain why Superman wishes he'd locked the front door of the Fortress of Solitude. The Robot Chicken Nerd dies or has sex or neither? You are probably smarter than a fifth grader. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get surplus military hardware.
From the minds of the writers, we watch as Liam Neeson finds his seat in the movies has been...taken. A veterinarian explains how 101 dalmatians reproduce. Monster High steals the Crypt Keeper's schtick.
The RC writers uncover the outtakes from Seth Green's classic Burger King commerical. Krang lies on his online dating profile. Andy's latest toy doesn't fit in with the Toy Story gang. Huey Lewis' lost "Back to the Future" hit song.
The writers of Robot Chicken imagine what would happen if Darth Vader learned to say "I'm Sorry." Bugs Bunny takes his cross-dressing to the next level. The Terminator changes the future a bit too much. Edna Mode gets an incredible new job.
Another zany episode dripping with grey matter from the Robot Chicken writer's room, where anything can and will happen! Lois Lane is dead, but was it...super murder? Batman asks if Superman can bleed, but maybe he could care less. You vote on the season 8 finale spectacular!
The zombie plague is over, so a museum has been built to keep the memory of it alive, and most of the relics it holds incorrectly relate to Rick Grimes' group. Elderly Carl tries to set things straight, no matter the cost.
Happy holidays everyone, as Robot Chicken joins Santa for the one Christmas he'll never forget. The north pole elves dream of the simple toys of holidays past. Krampus puts in a good word for the coal industry. St. Nick finally meets his idol: Jared Leto.
The Robot Chicken crew wonders if Doc McStuffins can handle it in the emergency room. Investors are less than thrilled with Westworld's first generation of hosts. The Scooby gang tell each other how they really feel, with dangerous results.
Young Krampus falls for beefy Chris Kringle but Jesus intervenes, James Bond meets a gay guy, the US uses love to win the War on Terror, the show remembers the Furbie genocide, Bitch Puddin' stars in [link=tt0059742].
The staff at Robot Chicken finally envision what a Sailor Earth would look like as the Sailor Scouts head out for churros. The Wicked Witch has some last-minute confessions you may not enjoy hearing. Richie Rich gets a lesson in capitalism.
Captain Planet snaps and takes his revenge on the uncaring Humanity, The Sun Baby snaps and takes its revenge on the oblivious Teletubbies, the Sphinx loves [link=tt0105415], the Slenderman turns nice, the Nerd 'loves' his vacuum cleaner.
The creators of Robot Chicken revisit the POG craze for some reason. Mulan's disguise has worked too well. Rita Repulsa advertises a new use for her wand, and the Power Rangers refuse to pay the price!
Robot Chicken reviews all the Star Wars plot holes that Galen Erso helped close in Rogue One. Peppa Pig's family deal with Brexit fallout. Some swine dare to make a knock-off of the Broadway mega-hit Hamilton.
TMNT's Michelangelo comes out of his shell for the pizza guy. Jesus takes on the Easter Bunny. Clingy mom stars in [link=tt3235888]. The Smurfs try buying drugs. Alf raps about his love for eating pussy(cats) in Straight Outta Melmac.
Cussing at a party summons unwanted guests. The Beatles and [link=tt0298130] have something in common. A tough father takes his young son cake hunting. Dad's love for Bob Dylan drives his teen daughter insane. Skeletor deals with crabs.
A girl hitting puberty stars in a weird Japanese commercial, [link=tt0936501] gets really slimy, Stranger Things' 11 finally snaps, Trump trumps Willy Wonka, the Nerd tries to save the show from yet another season finale cancellation.