First they tantalized you with three Emmy-nominated Robot Chicken Star Wars specials, now Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, in partnership with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, bring you the awesomeness of the DC Comics universe of characters as only Robot Chicken can, with amazing guest stars and the stop-motion sketch comedy you've come to love after five seasons of the popular Adult Swim series.
The G.I. Joe operatives face a big challenge. Also: a look at vegetarianism; questions about the Starbucks logo; Orville Redenbacher's new role.
Featured: post-concert activities with Alvin and the Chipmunks; Mary Poppins' unusual behavior; the truth behind B.A.Baracus' distaste for flying; G.I. Joe's war experience.
A look at a "Fast and Furious" sequel; a new role for Wilson from "Cast Away"; Scooby and the gang's newest member.
Osama Bin Laden's end; "The Shirt Tales" gang in World War II; King Don's ruling style; overweight toons on a weight-loss show.
A "Lord of the RIngs" spoof; more adventures with E.T.; a birthday gift for Ben 10; a new mission for Captain Planet.
Gadget has a surprise in store; Frosty goes through a change; and two Eternia tourists witness a battle between He-Man and Skeletor.
Included: a prank on Apache Chief; how the Lego people react to non-conformity; a look at a world without wolves; and the consequences of good times for Captain Kirk.
The creators imagine how Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber live their life; Yin and Yang enter a dodgeball tournament; Greg Heffley tries his luck with a triangle and Huckleberry Hound playing James Bond.
Dora the Explorer turns 15; Wall-E gets creative; the reason behind Angry Birds' rage is revealed; and Thomas the Tank Engine meets an explosive end.
E.T. takes over an ER; Harry Potter lands in a not-so-magical situation; the reason why Black Widow and Hawkeye remain part of the Avengers is revealed; and the characters encounter zombies.
A brand new eco-friendly addition to Sesame Street; what happens when Mario from Super Mario Bros. gets rich; and some kind of Pinky & the Brain spoof.
Included: Monopoly in theaters; Dracula's dinner party; "The Little Mermaid" in New York; a new Dr. Seuss character.
Santa almost misses Christmas; Kano spends the holidays with Mrs. Cage; Justin Bieber releases a new song; and G.I. Joe has a special Christmas.
Spoofed: Rocky and Bullwinkle; Badtz-Maru; "The Hunger Games."
The truth behind "Airwolf"; the final episode of "iCarly"; a "Star Trek" song.
The Teletubbies new roles as Power Rangers; Doc Brown's struggle with his time machine; 50 Cent's latest collaborator; a Lego person's birth.
A meeting between Jason Voorhees and Michael Meyers; a rap for pescatarians; the future of holidays.
The Nerd becomes Little Red Riding Hood; the Avengers take Broadway; Archie stands up for himself; Harry Potter applies for college; and the next "Aliens" film is imagined.
Humping Robot attacks the U.S. Navy; an intervention for M.A.D. Cat; The Thundercats learn about estrus; the Animaniacs go off their medications.
In this season finale, Joss Whedon is back from the dead, unlike his many short-lived sci-fi series.
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!
In the follow up to the previous DC special, Lena Luthor runs off with Superboy after her father Lex forces her to spend her Spring Break working at the Legion of Doom coffee shop.