Type
Scripted
Premiered
Feb. 20, 2005
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
15 min.
Country
USA
Network
Adult Swim TV Network
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Robot Chicken

This animated program was created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. The stop-motion series currently airs on the late-night programming block "Adult Swim". The humor of this show is described as "random."

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07x19 Chipotle Miserables Aired: Aug. 17, 2014

The Robot Chicken writers imagine where the Velociraptors from Jurassic Park learned to be so cleaver, the Bop It toy has a mind of its own, …

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  • Over 60 titles were considered for this show, including "Junk in the Trunk", "ADD TV", "Gold Dust Gasoline", "Toyz in the Hood", "Vegetable Fun Fest", "S&M Presents" but all were rejected due…
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    Over 60 titles were considered for this show, including "Junk in the Trunk", "ADD TV", "Gold Dust Gasoline", "Toyz in the Hood", "Vegetable Fun Fest", "S&M Presents" but all were rejected due to trademark or other legal reasons. Out of the many titles the show's creators submitted only "Robot Chicken", the name of a local Chinese restaurant dish, was accepted. Some of the rejected names were later used as episode titles.
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  • In "Junk in the Trunk", during the Superman blooper reel, the picture on the wall seen above the desk is also seen in the second 'Seacrest, out' skit from "Plastic Buffet."
  • Although some stop-motion animation figures are made of clay, the figures in this series are either a hybrid of plastic doll limbs and Styrofoam torsos or toys that are made completely of…
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    Although some stop-motion animation figures are made of clay, the figures in this series are either a hybrid of plastic doll limbs and Styrofoam torsos or toys that are made completely of plastic. Very few small figures, however, like the lemmings in The Animal Kingdom presents sketch, are made of clay.
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