List of Robot and Monster episodes

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The following is a list of episodes in the Nickelodeon CGI animated TV series Robot and Monster. Working at the Blinking Light Factory is basic for Mechanicals and Organics, but Robot and Monster make an odd couple, since Robot is serious and Monster is always goofy, but that does not keep them from being best friends. They do everything together, such as testing gadgets out, dreaming of J.D. & Spitfire, taking care of their pet Marf, avoiding the annoying Ogo, their landlord Mr. Wheelie, and Robot's arrogant brother Gart, and eating tons of bacon. The series premiered on Saturday August 4, 2012. In December 2012, the series was taken off the network (aside from several reruns on Nickelodeon at 7:00 AM), leaving 4 episodes (6 segments and a half-hour episode) unaired. This left only 2 episodes (4 segments) unaired. The entire series (including the unaired episodes) was released on DVD in 2014. [1]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
First aired Last aired
1 26 August 4, 2012 (2012-08-04) November 11, 2014 (2014-11-11)

Episode list[edit]

  • The first and only season consists of 26 episodes.
No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
1a "Monster's Great Escape" Sam Levine Julia Miranda August 4, 2012 (2012-08-04) 101a 2.9[2]
Monster is shocked to discover that Robot had played a practical joke on him during their childhood. Monster decides to get even by pulling an elaborate prank on Robot. However, practical jokes do not come naturally to Monster and the joke he pulls ends up being on himself.
1b "Game Boys" Gary Conrad Julia Miranda August 4, 2012 (2012-08-04) 102a 2.9[2]
Monster helps Robot achieve his life-long dream of playing in a Pole-O game (this world's most popular sport, a cross between football and caber tossing). This could very well be the highlight of Robot's life, assuming he survives despite his failure.
2a "Between Brothers" Sam Levine Joshua Sternin & J.R. Ventimilia August 11, 2012 (2012-08-11) 102b N/A
When Robot's mean-spirited older brother Gart becomes the landlord of Robot & Monster's building, the boys must put their heads together to get their apartment back.
2b "Safety First" Sam Levine Gary Conrad August 11, 2012 (2012-08-11) 107a N/A
After another injury at the Blinking Light Factory, Gart commissions Robot and Monster to make a safety film. Robot is the director, a position he relishes, until he has to replace Monster, the film's star, with Ogo.
3a "How to Train Your Marf" Adam Henry Julia Miranda August 11, 2012 (2012-08-11) 109a N/A
Marf's behavior takes a destructive turn for the worse, forcing Robot & Monster to institute emergency pet training. They each draw on their personal strengths to devise training methods for their beloved pet, only to discover he may not be all that he appears.
3b "Blinking Light" Sam Levine Dave Schiff August 11, 2012 (2012-08-11) 109b N/A
Gart leaves the factory for an award. Due to this, he leaves Robot in charge of the Blinking Light Factory.
4a "The Blimp" Adam Henry Kacey Arnold August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 103a 2.5[3]
Robot & Monster want to buy a blimp, but their obsession with bacon gets in the way. They have so much bacon grease in their bodies that the blimp is unable to fly with them in it!
4b "Come On, Get Happy" Gary Conrad Joshua Sternin & J.R. Ventimilia August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 103b 2.5[3]
When Robot & Monster discover Perry, a mechanical co-worker of theirs who always seems to be smiling, Monster is distressed that he may no longer be The Happiest Guy in the World. Robot takes it upon himself to help his friend regain his smile, but then Perry's smile turns out to be just the way his face is stuck.
5a "Nobody Panic" Adam Henry Laurie Israel & Rachel Ruderman August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 104b 2.5[3]
When Nessie takes her first vacation, Robot & Monster fill in for her - cooking and serving bacon at The Makin' Bacon - an arrangement that soon sends the eatery spiraling out of control.
5b "Adventures in Babysitting" Adam Henry Julia Miranda August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 104a 2.5[3]
When Globitha (Monster's younger sister who has a fanatical crush on Robot) comes to stay with the boys, she inadvertently wreaks havoc on Robot's preparations for the city's Big Blimp Race.
6a "Speeding Ticket" Gary Conrad Kenny Byerly August 18, 2012 (2012-08-18) 105a 2.6[4]
When Monster's Uncle Cuffley loses his confidence, Robot and Monster set out to ignite his passion for the law.
6b "Hornica" Sam Levine Joshua Sternin & J.R. Ventimilia August 18, 2012 (2012-08-18) 105b 2.6[4]
Monster's father comes to visit, and Monster loses his horns just before Hornica.
7a "Cheer Up Wheelie" Sam Levine Jeremy Shipp August 18, 2012 (2012-08-18) 113a 2.2[4]
After Mr. Wheelie raises their rent, Robot and Monster set out to discover what makes him so angry in the hopes that, once they cheer him up, he'll stop being cruel to everybody.
7b "Ogo's Friend" Sam Levine Kenny Byerly August 18, 2012 (2012-08-18) 114b 2.2[4]
Ogo befriends Robot's nemesis, Lucy. Together, they create a two-color blinking light before Robot can even create one!
8a "Biker Girls" Adam Henry Kenny Byerly August 19, 2012 (2012-08-19) 108a 2.4[4]
J.D. comes to stay with Robot and Monster after she and Spitfire have a big fight. However, Robot and Monster feel she's not the best roommate.
8b "The Prince of Scamtown" Adam Henry Kenny Byerly August 19, 2012 (2012-08-19) 108b 2.4[4]
Monster starts giving all the money Robot gives him to pay the house bills to a strange figure called The Prince of Scamtown who promises to pay Monster back.
9a "Pinball Wizard" Gary Conrad Jeremy Shipp August 19, 2012 (2012-08-19) 106b 1.7[4]
Robot becomes Monster's guinea pig when Monster starts playing "pinball", a game where you have to throw spiky balls at a target.
9b "Speak Marf Speak" Adam Henry Peter Tibbals & Eric Goldberg August 19, 2012 (2012-08-19) 116b 1.7[4]
Robot invents a device to translate Marf's speech, but when the pet tires of being treated as such, he enslaves Robot and Monster.
10a "Security Risk" Gary Conrad Kenny Byerly August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25) 110a 2.4[5]
Robot decides to create a dangerous security system after having his apartment burglarized.
10b "Ogo's Birthday" Gary Conrad Peter Goldfinger August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25) 110b 2.4[5]
While attempting to avoid attending Ogo's birthday party, Robot and Monster visit the city's Sewage Treatment Plant and discover it is a wondrous theme park. Soon, they discover they were the only ones invited to Ogo's party!
11a "Doctor? No!" Gary Conrad Dave Schiff August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25) 120a 2.0[5]
After contracting a disease called "robies" from being bitten by Marf, Robot decides to endure the ever-worsening symptoms in order to avoid seeing a doctor. Unfortunately, he soon turns into a mime as a side-effect of the robies!
11b "Monster Invention" Sam Levine Kenny Byerly August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25) 116a 2.0[5]
Robot creates laser-pointed pop-bacon and hopes for it to become a great invention. However, he becomes jealous when Monster creates a head-scratching invention made of found objects that becomes an overnight success.
12a "Litterbug" Sam Levine Dave Schiff September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) 112a 2.8[6]
Monster believes that Robot has been unfairly accused of littering and takes his case to court.
12b "Model Citizen" Gary Conrad Laurie Israel & Rachel Ruderman September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) 112b 2.8[6]
Robot is declared the new standard of beauty by a famous fashionista.
13a "Grandma's Day Out" Adam Henry Julia Miranda September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) 115a 2.5[6]
Robot must find his Grandma when she goes missing.
13b "Spare Robot" Gary Conrad Gabriel Garza September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) 115b 2.5[6]
Robot creates a replica of himself to do tedious tasks.
14a "Apartment 3 1/2" Adam Henry Kenny Byerly September 8, 2012 (2012-09-08) 121a 2.6[7]

Robot teaches Monster how to be an adult, but soon Robot starts to see Monster's imaginary friend, Fuzzy Slippers.

Special guest star: Adam Wylie as Fuzzy Slippers.
14b "Don't! Walk!" Gary Conrad Jase Ricci September 8, 2012 (2012-09-08) 121b 2.6[8]
After a tragic fair accident, Monster loses his walking license.
15a "Lil' Lugnuts" Sam Levine Sindy Boveda-Spackman September 15, 2012 (2012-09-15) 119a 2.7[9]
Robot discovers that Monster's childhood idol is a thief.
15b "Letterology" Adam Henry Julia Miranda September 15, 2012 (2012-09-15) 119b 2.7[9]
Monster and Robot find out about "letterology," a new form of horoscopes which has to do with what "letter" you are. When Monster finds out Robot's "letter," he tries to keep Robot awake because he thinks Robot will wake up to disaster.
16a "The Party" Gary Conrad Julia Miranda September 22, 2012 (2012-09-22) 117a 2.7[10]
Robot must keep his crazy cousin Gizmo from learning about a family party, because he's afraid Gizmo will ruin the party.
16b "First Impressions" Sam Levine Jim Mortensen September 22, 2012 (2012-09-22) 117b 2.7[10]

Robot's hero is in town and looking for an apprentice.

Special guest star: Jon Polito as Sir Cranklin.
17a "Game On" Adam Henry Dave Schiff September 26, 2012 (2012-09-26) 118a 1.7[11]
Robot and Monster compete with JD and Spitfire on a game show, threatening their friendship.
17b "Bad News Baconeers" Gary Conrad Kenny Byerly September 26, 2012 (2012-09-26) 118b 1.7[11]
Robot coaches a team of young Pole-O players.
18a "Anger Management" Adam Henry Dave Schiff October 13, 2012 (2012-10-13) 122a 1.5[12]
Monster takes classes to learn how to be angry.
18b "Family Business" Chuck Austen Jase Ricci October 13, 2012 (2012-10-13) 122b 1.5[12]
After being disrespected by his family, Robot quits their business to go work for a competitor.
19a "The Bacon Tree" Sam Levine Peter Goldfinger October 27, 2012 (2012-10-27) 106a 1.6[13]
Robot and Monster are growing bacon trees. Robot tries to engineer one with an invention, but fails. Monster succeeds grows a bacon tree exclusively with love, so when the bacon tree becomes jealous, it turns evil and attacks all his friends.
19b "The Dark Night" Chuck Austen Joshua Sternin & J.R. Ventimilia October 27, 2012 (2012-10-27) 120b 1.6[13]
Monster befriends Howly, the rampaging cyber-monkey, so Robot decides to learn self-defense.
20a "The Package" Chuck Austen Kacey Arnold November 3, 2012 (2012-11-03) 123a 2.1[14]
Robot and Monster decide to make a little extra money for a color Tube by delivering a secret package to a series of suspicious characters, but realize too late that they've entangled themselves into something much bigger.
20b "Ogo's Cool" Adam Henry Gary Rolin November 3, 2012 (2012-11-03) 123b 2.1[14]
After testing Robot's latest invention, the Cool Ray, Robot and Monster find themselves desperate for cool Ogo's attention.
21a "Super Pole" Gary Conrad Julia Miranda November 10, 2012 (2012-11-10) 124a 1.6[15]
Monster becomes overly aggressive while rooting for a rival sports team, resulting in tension between him and Robot.
21b "Boomerang" Chuck Austen Dave Schiff November 10, 2012 (2012-11-10) 124b 1.6[15]
Monster sets out to prove the existence of karma. Plus, Robot tries to find a way to get revenge on Gart.
22 "Baconmas" Gary Conrad &
Adam Henry
Joshua Sternin & J.R. Ventimilia December 8, 2012 (2012-12-08) 111 2.1[16]

Tensions run high when both Robot and Monster's families are invited to celebrate Baconmas at their apartment.

Special guest star: Jeffrey Tambor as Saint Crispy.
23a "Dirty Money" Gary Conrad Dave Schiff December 26, 2013 (2013-12-26) (Nicktoons) 114a N/A
Robot and Monster want to be caught up on the newest trend, "Giggle Sticks." They think it's their lucky day when they find money on the ground, but problems arise when they argue about what to do with the money.
23b "What J.D. Wants" Sam Levine Julia Miranda December 26, 2013 (2013-12-26) (Nicktoons) 107b N/A
Robot and Monster compete and try to impress J.D. to see who can win her over.
24a "A Better Marf Trap" TBA TBA TBA 101b N/A
Robot and Monster recount on how they got their pet Marf: They found a mysterious mechanical creature living in the wall of their apartment, which they named Marf and made their pet.
Note: Episode was first released November 11, 2014 on DVD.
24b "Monster Lie" TBA TBA TBA 113b N/A
Robot and Monster lie to Perry that his homemade cologne smells good. To keep up the lie, they must continue to buy and wear the cologne no matter how much it makes them stink.
Note: Episode was first released November 11, 2014 on DVD.
25a "J.D. Loves Gart" TBA TBA TBA 125a N/A
When it appears that J.D. has fallen for Gart, Robot sets out to reveal Gart's true character to J.D., while Monster desperately clings to his ideals of true love.
Note: Episode was first released November 17, 2012 on Amazon Instant Video.
25b "Misery Date" TBA TBA TBA 125b N/A
Robot is forced to be Globitha's date to the school dance.
Note: Episode was first released November 17, 2012 on Amazon Instant Video.
26 "Monster Hit" TBA TBA July 19, 2014 (Nicktoons)[17] 126 N/A

Robot and Monster become a musical success when Robot's invention creates a catchy song for Monster to perform, but their relationship begins to crack when Robo Ono threatens to break up the band and friendship.

Special guest stars: Kari Wahlgren as Robo Ono, Leon Thomas III as Monster's Singing Voice in the song "I Love Love", and Greg Cipes as Vapid Milquetoast.

Note: This episode is 30 minutes in length.


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