Robot Chicken (season 1)

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Robot Chicken Season 1
Robot Chicken season 1 DVD.png
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Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 20
Broadcast
Original channel Adult Swim
Original run February 20, 2005 –
July 18, 2005
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 March 28, 2006
Region 2 September 29, 2008
Region 4 April 4, 2007
Season chronology
Next →
Season 2
List of Robot Chicken episodes

The first season of the stop-motion television series Robot Chicken originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Season one officially began on February 20, 2005 on Adult Swim, with "The Deep End", and ended with "The Black Cherry" on July 18, 2005, with a total of twenty episodes.

Many of the episode names in this season ("Junk in the Trunk", "Nightmare Generator", etc.) were rejected titles previously considered for the show before settling with the current title.

The first season was released on the Season One DVD on March 28, 2006 in Region 1, September 29, 2008 in Region 2 and April 4, 2007 in Region 4.

Overview[edit]

The first season of Robot Chicken includes many TV, movie, TV commercial, and pop culture parodies and non-sequitur blackouts, all acted out by dolls and action figures, including parodies like Rachael Leigh Cook smashing more than eggs in her latest This Is Your Brain on Drugs public service announcement, Walt Disney's severed head with its giant robotic spider-body attacking Cuba, the animals Noah left behind trying to survive the flood in their very own ark, America sending Harrison Ford and Aerosmith into space to take out a killer asteroid, the world's most diabolical supervillains getting stuck in traffic, the Teen Titans strengthening their roster by adding Beavis and Butt-head, a teenage girl getting a fashion makeover in "Pimp My Sister," icons from Star Trek and Tiger Beat alike uniting for canned sitcom laughs in "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place," the last surviving member of 'N Sync, Joey Fatone, having to avenge his murdered bandmates in a deadly martial arts tournament in "Enter the Fat One," the Masters of the Universe being rocked by a Paris Hilton-style sex tape, William Shatner's toupee having adventures the action star can only dream of, a man in a public restroom encountering the terror known as "Dumplestiltskin," the world's most famous monkey bursting loose on Skull Island in "Ding Dong, King Kong," Sailor Moon encountering a bone-chilling villain, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen uniting to fight a rampaging dragon, JAWS getting a special edition DVD, a man running away from an Oriental masseuse looking for a "happy ending," Alien vs. Predator on the battleground of love in a special episode of "First Date," a crime-fighting monkey saving monkeys from a monkey supervillain, and the laughter being canned for the sketch comedy show "You Can't Do That on Robot Chicken."

Guest stars[edit]

Many celebrities have guest starred in Robot Chicken season one. They include Sarah Michelle Gellar, Mila Kunis, Joey Fatone, Rachael Leigh Cook, Scarlett Johansson, Conan O'Brien, Ryan Seacrest, Mark Hamill, Christian Slater, Phyllis Diller, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Macaulay Culkin, Jamie Kaler, Abraham Benrubi, Donald Faison, Dax Shepard, Kurtwood Smith, Matthew Lillard, Danny Masterson, Ashton Kutcher, Debra Jo Rupp, Topher Grace, Burt Reynolds, Wilmer Valderrama, Dom DeLuise, Mike Henry, Erika Christensen, Rory Thost, Alex Borstein, Lance Bass, Pat Morita, Phil LaMarr, Ginnifer Goodwin, Ming-Na, Amy Smart, Freddie Prinze Jr., Don Knotts, Dave Coulier, Melissa Joan Hart, Linda Cardellini, Kelly Hu, Stuart Townsend, Scott Adsit, Dean Cain and Jon Heder.

Episodes[edit]

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No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
1 1 "The Deep End" Seth Green Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo, Pat McCallum, Douglas Goldstein & Tom Root February 20, 2005 (2005-02-20) 101
Seven of the world's greatest heroes stop being polite and start getting real in "The Real World: Metropolis." Icons from Star Trek and Tiger Beat alike unite for canned sitcom laughs in "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place." Jesus Christ hunts down his greatest nemesis, Tarantino-style in "Kill Bunny." The hottest game show from Japan is here: "Who Poop Last?!" The legends of rock 'n' roll return from beyond the grave to haunt the "Zombie Idol" reality show.
Skits: "Curious George", "Horny White Rhino", "The Real World: Metropolis", "Cats are Jerks", "Benjamin Franklin", "Kill Bunny", "Sex Doll Abuser", "Two Kirks, a Khan and a Pizza Place", "Who Poop Last?!", "Sex Doll Abuser 2", "Cow tipping", "Zombie Idol"RATED TV14 DLV
2 2 "Junk in the Trunk" Chris Finnegan & Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Pat McCallum & Douglas Goldstein February 27, 2005 (2005-02-27) 102
Rachael Leigh Cook smashes more than eggs in her latest This Is Your Brain on Drugs public service announcement. Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots, falls prey to prostate cancer. The outcome is never in doubt during "World's Most One-Sided Fistfights Caught on Film." Outtakes from The Dukes of Hazzard, The X-Files, Battlestar Galactica and more come to light in "Bloopers." Rated TV-14-D.
Skits: "Bush Message", "Santa Crash", "Public Service Announcement", "Teletubby smoking", "Cancer Pt. 1", "One Sided Fistfights", "Wizard of Oz", "Cancer Part 2", "X-span Request Live", "I'm so hungry", "Bloopers!"
3 3 "Nutcracker Sweet" Douglas Goldstein Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo March 6, 2005 (2005-03-06) 105
Voltron engages in an old-school dance-off in "You Got Robo-Served." The secret lives of nature's most fascinating beasts are exposed in "Secrets of the Animal Kingdom." Testicles are terrorized in "Ode to the Nut Shot." Walt Disney's severed head with its giant robotic spider-body attacks Cuba. See how much the kids are horrified in "Scary Barney"
Skits: "Seth Green and Me", "Giraffes and trains don't mix", "Hey! Kool-Aid", "You Got Robo-Served", "Stalin and Me", "Protection?", "Barney", "Secrets of the Animal Kingdom" ("The Mongoose: Nature's Assassin", "The Hyena: Nature's A**hole", "The Lemming: Nature's Retard"), "I Have Big Boobs", "Pattycake", "Harry Potter", "Disney Attacks", "Evil postal workers", "4 Sale, Baby Vampires", "Confusing signage", "Ode to the Nut Shot" Suite (episode title reference) RATED TV14DLV
4 4 "Gold Dust Gasoline" Tom Root Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Mike Fasolo March 13, 2005 (2005-03-13) 106
The animals Noah left behind try to survive the flood in their very own ark. Enjoy instant nostalgia with "That '00s Show." Mrs. McNally's third-graders produce an animated abomination in "The Best Cowboy." The world's most famous cars, from KITT to the General Lee and even Mario karts, race against each other in "3 Fast 3 Furious."
Skits: "Heart Attacks", "I Have Millions of These!", "Noah's Rejects", ""Close Encounter of the Pantsed Kind", "Thirsty", "Ape Smells Finger", "Heart Attacks - part 2", "Roof Jumper", "That '00s Show", "Bring Out Your Dead", "Dodgeball", "Chess Morality", "Disturbing Graph", "The Best Cowboy", "Inept Trapeze Artist", "3 Fast 3 Furious", "Outtakes" RATED TV14 DL
5 5 "Plastic Buffet" Tom Root Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo, Tom Root & Douglas Goldstein March 20, 2005 (2005-03-20) 108
America sends Harrison Ford and Aerosmith into space to take out a killer asteroid in "Meteorgeddon." Household animals take to the slopes for "Winter Pet Games." Chucky from the Child's Play series takes on the cutesy Lettuce Head Kids in the opening to season 8 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Muppet Show's band is spotlighted in "Behind the Music: Electric Mayhem."
Skits: "Wealthy & Successful", "You're Going Down, Devil", "Seacrest, Out! (Part 1)", "Unfortunate Burglar", "Señor Clean", "Seacrest, Out! (Part 2)", "The Usual Wedgie", "Meteorgeddon", "Clown Car Accident", "Buffy: Season 8", "Give Me the Boobies!", "Seacrest, Out! (Part 3)", "The Fourth Annual Winter Pet Games", "Centaur Tailor", "Inept Magician", "Behind the Music: Electric Mayhem" rated TV14 DLV
6 6 "Toyz in the Hood" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum March 27, 2005 (2005-03-27) 110

The tooth fairy stumbles into domestic violence and murder in "Tooth and Consequences." The world's most diabolical supervillains get stuck in traffic. More of television's greatest screw-ups, from CSI to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and Pro-sports, are highlighted in "Bloopers."
'Skits: "Fatty Sundae", "Teeth, Fairies, Boose and Murder..." ("Alternate ending 1", "Alternate ending 2"), "Guy jumping over car", "Catch That Nuts!", "The Last Straw", "Immature Pilots", "Clown in Jail", "Plane Crash (Immature Pilots part 2)", "Supervillains in traffic", "Sports Bar Birthday Party", "Bloopers", "The Scrambled Porn Channel", "Spelling Bee At The Apollo", "What A Twist!" RATED TV14LV

Title Reference: Parodies the title of the 1991 film Boyz n the Hood.
7 7 "Vegetable Funfest" Douglas Goldstein Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Mike Fasolo April 3, 2005 (2005-04-03) 111
The secrets of The Crying Game, Sleepaway Camp, Star Wars and The Village are exposed in "Welcome to the Spoilers." The Teen Titans strengthen their roster by adding Beavis and Butt-head. Travel back in time to witness Benny Hill's funeral. The Great Pumpkin of Peanuts fame finally shows. Too bad he becomes murderous, and goes on a killing spree.
Skits: "Farting the National Anthem", "Snail Rides a Turtle", "It's Your Baby", "Chainsaw Surgeon", "Spoilers", "That Was Close", "Corndog Audience", "Beavis and Butt-head Join Teen Titans", "Hunting Dog Heart Attack", "Sore Loser", "Nun & Bicycle", "Benny Hill Funeral", "Served!", "The Time of the Great Pumpkin" rated TV14 DS
8 8 "A Piece of the Action" Seth Green Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum April 10, 2005 (2005-04-10) 109
A teenage girl gets a fashion makeover in "Pimp My Sister." The Surreal Life gang gets sent on a mission to destroy an enchanted ring. Debbie Does Dallas gets re-told with the world's cheapest puppets in "Exhausted Budget Theater." Geeks and nerds collide when a science fiction convention erupts into war..
Skits: "At the pediatrician", "Pizza and maffia", "Pimp your sister", "Lollipop dirt", "Dead soon", "Rude teacher", "The surreal life (Lord of the rings, Star wars)", "Jesus Christ scaring", "Boxer kangaroo", "Easter bunny rage", "Debbie Dors Dallas", "Alien v/s predator (chess battle)", "Falling on the moon", "Frisbee", "Sci-fi convention" RATED TV14DLV
9 9 "S&M Present" Tom Root Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum April 17, 2005 (2005-04-17) 112

The last surviving member of 'N Sync, Joey Fatone, must avenge his murdered bandmates in a deadly martial arts tournament in "Enter the Fat One". 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."
'Skits: "Decapitating teddy bears", "Distracted figure skater", "Enter the Fat One", "Evil clown", "Scrambled cable", "Cannibal cows", "Piñata", "Spelling Bee at the Apollo", "Exhibitionist", "What a Twist!", "Ring toss", "Shop class gone awry", "Commuter's dream", "Enter the Fat One (concluded)"RATED TV14DS

Title reference: The letters "S" and "M" represent the first initials of Seth and Matt. Though it could be mistaken for sadomasochism.
10 10 "Badunkadunk" Seth Green Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo April 24, 2005 (2005-04-24) 113
The roller-coaster celebrity life of the Hulk is profiled in "Hollywood Spotlight." The Masters of the Universe are rocked by a Paris Hilton-style sex tape. Michael Jackson returns from space to confront his n'er-do-well alter ego in "Where's Michael?"
Skits: "Falling Clown", "Bad Aim", "Card Puzzle", "Hollywood Spotlight", "Psycho Squirrel", "Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch", "Pinocchio copes", "Chappaqua Follies", "Runaway wheelchair", "Interlude - Leon", "Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch, Part 2", "Problems in the nest", "How old are you?", "Eternia News Network", "Port-a-Potty mistake", "Sabrina - the Teenage Bitch, Part 3", "Where's Michael?" rated TV14DSV
11 11 "Toy Meets Girl" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo, Pat McCallum May 1, 2005 (2005-05-01) 114

William Shatner's toupee has adventures the action star can only dream of. Heaven is not all it is cracked up to be in "Can We Handle the Truth?" Hilary Duff's new film combines history and teen drama in an updated "The Diary of Anne Frank." The fates of the greatest action figure toy lines from decades past are exposed in "Where Are They Now?" with host Michael Moore.
Skits: "No Tee Pee", "Watching You", "Shatner's Toupee", "Shazam!", "Sam Leaps Into Paris", Billy's Questions", "Can We Handle the Truth?", "Newspaper in the Kisser", "Sam Leaps Into Paris (Part 2)", "Big Trouble", "Love You TiVo", "It's Not a Tumor", "The Diary of Anne Frank", "Baby in the Bulldozer", "West Nile Virus Rules", "Where Are They Now?" ("He-Man and the Masters of the Universe", "ThunderCats", "Transformers", "G.I. Joe", "Other Facts")RATED TV14 DSV

Note: This was actually the pilot episode.
12 12 "Midnight Snack" Seth Green Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum May 15, 2005 (2005-05-15) 115
"The World's Most One-Sided Fistfights" get wild at Mardi Gras. Benjamin Franklin grapples with historical figures like the Wright brothers and Mahatma Gandhi in "Educational Wrestling Federation." Oprah Winfrey fulfills all her viewers' fondest wishes...almost. A man in a public restroom encounters the terror known as "Dumplestiltskin." "12 Angry Little People" deliberate a crime most heinous.
Skits: "Randy the Oblivious Pizza Delivery Guy", "Battling Skeletons", "Mr. Peanut", "World's Most One-Sided Fistfights", "Battling politicians", "Educational Wrestling Federation", "Fig leafs", "Oprah Winfrey", "Joking Pirates", "Dumplestiltskin", "Pommel Horse nightmares", "Births gone bad", "12 Angry Little People" rated TV14 DLV
13 13 "Atta Toy" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo, Douglas Goldstein & Tom Root May 22, 2005 (2005-05-22) 116

A teenage girl gets crazy about everyone around her. The world's most famous monkey bursts loose on Skull Island in "Ding Dong, King Kong." Scandalous Hollywood news and gossip get the Pat O'Brien treatment. A father pigeon teaches his son to poop in a snorkel to make things wild. The Smurfs are terrorized by a murderer who kills based on the seven deadly sins in "Se7en."
Skits: "Flip the Switch", "Horny robot (part 1)", "Motorcycle cop's dream", "Total Request Live", "More Butter", "Horny robot (part 2)", "Ding Dong, King Kong", "Access Hollywood", "A little help?", "Big Balls", "I'm so fat", "Rock, paper, scissors", "Hicks and pigs", "Horny robot (part 3)", "Bird Learns", "Ding Dong, King Kong, part 2", "Se7en", "Horny robot (part 4)"RATED TV14DLSV

Title reference: Play-on words of the phrase "'Atta Boy!"
14 14 "Joint Point" Douglas Goldstein Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Mike Fasolo June 5, 2005 (2005-06-05) 117
Sailor Moon encounters a bone-chilling villain. A nerd wins a date with but takes a while to choose Scarlett Johansson. "Welcome to the Terror Drome" showcases inner-office machinations at the headquarters of G.I. Joe's nemesis Cobra. "America's Most Tragic Home Videos" will make you laugh and cry.
Skits: "Uncomfortable Robot", "A Lot of Pee", "Sailor Moon Confronted (part 1)", "Ridged For Her Pleasure", "A Date With Scarlett", "Queen Beryl (Sailor Moon - part 2)", "Welcome to the Terror Drome", "Date Rape", "Sailor Moon (part 3)", "Ray 2: Ray's Day Out - The Movie", "Mortal Kombat", "What Goes Around", "Rockem Sockem Robots", "Top Ten Things Eddie Buttskin Should Never Say", "Tasty Sample", "Monster Bullying", "Blooper Central" RATED TVMA
15 15 "Kiddie Pool" Douglas Goldstein Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo, Douglas Goldstein & Tom Root June 12, 2005 (2005-06-12) 107
Michael Knight's talking car parties hard in "KITT's Day Out." A brawl rocks the nursing home in "Grandma Fu." Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen unite to fight a rampaging dragon. George Jetson's murder takes center stage in "Unsolved Case Files: I, Rosie."
Skits: "Hip Hip Horray", "See-Saw", "Mission to Mars: Day 293", "KITT's Day Out", "Mission to Mars: Day 312", "My Toe", "Going to the Ball?", "Kung fu Grandma", "Polar Bear Puke", "Mission to Mars: Day 331", "The Incredible Adventures of the Olsen Twins", "Disfigured", "Fiat Platypus", "There's a monster in My Closet", "KITT's Day Out - part 2", "Mission to Mars: Day 332", "Unsolved Case Files: I, Rosie", "Next week on Unsolved Case Files: Jem" RATED TV14DLSV
16 16 "Nightmare Generator" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum June 19, 2005 (2005-06-19) 103
Jaws gets a special edition DVD. Scandal at the North Pole is revealed in "Unsolved Case Files: Claus & Effect." The A-Team solves its problems with maximum firepower and minimal intelligence.
Skits: "Rappers in Heaven", "Betsy Creates the Flag", "Teddy Bear Love", "Jared Breaks His Diet", "Missing Since Last Tuesday", "How Many Licks?", "Bride of Frankenstein dumps her beau", "Unsolved Case Files: Claus & Effect", "Next week", "Come and Get Some!", "Ent Murder", "Constipated Clown", "Brandon the Ninja", "Jaws: Special Edition", "Brand New Board Game - Euthanasia", "Gandhi the Night Club Pianist", "The A-Team"RATED TV14LV
17 17 "Operation: Rich in Spirit" Seth Green Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Pat McCallum June 26, 2005 (2005-06-26) 118
A new video game is taking video games by storm, "The Abortionator." A video dating experience a la "The Ring" scares a potential suitor. A man runs away from an Oriental masseuse looking for a "happy ending". Keanu Reeves, Christopher Walken, and William Shatner want you to buy his special brand of sausage. The Scooby-Doo gang encounters Jason Voorhees at Camp Crystal Lake.
Skits: "Dragon in the Tub", "Fatal Sneeze", "Codename: The Abortionator", "Berry Rude", "Dorky Dancer", "I Wonder If She Puts Out?", "The Butterfly Effect", "Happy Birthday Grandma", "Happy Ending Chase", "Women's Soccer", "Restroom Surprise", "Keanu Sausage", "Another Restroom Surprise", "Inept Secret Agent", "Crazy Monkeys on Land Mine Island", "Flatley & Vader", "A Scooby Friday" RATED TVMA
18 18 "The Sack" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum July 3, 2005 (2005-07-03) 104
It's Alien vs. Predator on the battleground of love in a special episode of "First Date". Frogger creates a huge car wreck in this episode. See what the future holds in the Carousel of Tomorrow. Popeye experiences a world without his hamburger-leeching friend in "It's a Wimpy-Filled Life." The modern video game Halo invades the old-school classic Donkey Kong. The cereal spokesbunny Stix Rabbit finds himself a new way to make a buck. This episode was reedited and aired on the night Friday, May 16, 2008 as "Adultizzle Swizzle". This new version featured a few additions and a different finale sketch.
Skits: "Street Vendor Nightmare", "First Date", "Firecracker", "Frogger Car Wreck", "Tetsuo!", "Carousel of Tomorrow", "Alarm Clock Reversal", "Mayor McCheese Press Conference", "Never Say Goy!", "It's a Wimpy-Filled Life", "Halo Kong", "Mrs. McNally's 3rd Graders Present: Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride", "Stix are Intended for Children"RATED TV14DLV
18A 18A "Adultizzle Swizzle" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Mike Fasolo & Pat McCallum May 16, 2008 (2008-05-16) 104A

It's Alien vs. Predator on the battleground of love in a special episode of "First Date." Frogger creates a huge car wreck in this episode. See what the future holds in the Carousel of Tomorrow. Popeye experiences a world without his hamburger-leeching friend in "It's a Wimpy-Filled Life." The modern video game Halo invades the old-school classic Donkey Kong. Mrs. McNally's, Army Firecracker, and Ponda Bada's Bad Day replacing "Stix are Intended for Children."

Title reference: Play-on words of the Adult Swim network that airs the show.
19 19 "That Hurts Me" Matthew Senreich Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Mike Fasolo July 10, 2005 (2005-07-10) 119
Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich re-make Godzilla...again. A crime-fighting monkey saves monkeys from a monkey supervillain. An average fellow named Doug wakes up in the world of the Huggytime Bears. Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Leatherface, Pinhead, Ghostface and Michael Myers sign on for the reality show "Big Brother".
Skits: "That Better Not Be Poo", "Hell Freezes Over", "Simon Says Go Play In Traffic", "Godzilla Remade Again", "Fear Itself", "Cliff Pogo", "Where Do They Get the Energy?", "Bat-Monkey", "Crazy Davey", "Fear Itself (Part 2)", "Huggytime Bears", "I Got You, Timmy!", "Big Horror Movie Brother"RATED TVMA
20 20 "The Black Cherry" Douglas Goldstein Seth Green, Matthew Senreich & Mike Fasolo July 18, 2005 (2005-07-18) 120
Napoleon Bonamite pops up as a famous figure from history. Fizzing candy has terrible repercussions for young Mikey. Pennywise the Clown explains why everything floats in the sewers. A weakling turns into the "King of the Beach" with some illegal help. The laughter is canned for the sketch comedy show "You Can't Do That on Robot Chicken."
Skits: "Newspaper Boy", "Pop Rock Marathon", "Mothers Back Breaking", "Domino's Free Pizza", "A Visionary Cult", "A Love That Can Never Be", "Crazy Mutant Clown", "Gay Pirates", "A Shot Of Puberty", "Dont Take Drugs PSA", "The Last Foodfight", "Lewis & Clark", "Wet Off The Oil", "High Caliber Fun", "2% Gone Bad", "Snoop Dogg Plane", "You Can't Do that on Robot Chicken" RATED TVMA

DVD Release[edit]

Title Release date Episodes
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
"Season One: Uncensored" March 28, 2006 September 29, 2008 April 4, 2007 1–20

This two disc boxset includes all 20 episodes from Season 1 in production order. While it contains many sketches that were edited from the TV airings, several of the original Sony Screenblast webtoons, and the words "Jesus" and "Christ" as an oath unbleeped (though "fuck" and "shit" are still censored out), the episodes are not all uncut. One particular segment that featured the Teen Titans meeting Beavis and Butt-head was omitted from the DVD because of legal problems. The Voltron/"You Got Served" sketch shown on the DVD has a replacement song because of legal issues over the song that was used on the TV. At a performance of Family Guy Live in Chicago, during the Q&A session that ends each performance, Seth Green was asked how they came up with the name Robot Chicken. He explained that the title of each episode was a name Adult Swim rejected for the name of the show. A Region 2 version of the set was released in the UK on September 29, 2008.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Robot Chicken - Season 1 Box Set (Region 2) (Pal): DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-07-13.