With a power to enslave the entire human race, Stewie bids on the Super Mega Death Ray at the Brown University auction.
Peter goes to Hollywood to help Tom Tucker achieve his dreams.
Peter creates a new lovable character to be remembered by.
The Griffins suggest ways that Chris can lose weight.
Stewie sings and plays the banjo with a group of Southerners.
Peter coerces Lois to fight in an ultimate boxing match.
Executive producers David A. Goodman and Chris Sheridan discuss how they sort out the good jokes from the bad ones. The panel discusses their dirtiest gags.
Peter and Brian accidentally try speed.
Brian gets upset at society for the way it treats dogs.
Meg is sad about the boy she liked
Maybe it was best that Harry didn't know his father.
In an interdimensional fantasy world, heroes and villains alike must deal with everyday annoyances (and these annoyances are echoed through 'found-footage' 1980's toy commercials featuring these characters and situations). Created by Pete Levin and David F. Park.
From Disney and Academy Award®-winner Robert Zemeckis (Best Director,Forrest Gump, 1994) comes the craziest adventure this side of the galaxy—Mars Needs Moms. Take out the trash, eat your broccoli — who needs moms anyway? Nine-year-old Milo (Seth Green) finds out how much he needs his mom (Joan Cusack) when she's nabbed by Martians who plan to steal her mom-ness for their own young. In a race against time and oxygen, his quest to save her knows no bounds. And with some unexpected help, Milo just might find his way back to her — in more ways than one. Complete with intergalactic bonus features, it's a thrilling journey that's pure, out-of-this-world crazy fun.
Nine-year-old Milo finds out just how much he needs his mom when she's abducted by Martians. His quest is to save his mom and on his journey he finds help from an Earthman named Gribble and a rebel Martian girl called Ki.
From Disney and Academy Award(R)-winner Robert Zemeckis (Best Director, Forrest Gump, 1994) comes the craziest adventure this side of the galaxy - Mars Needs Moms. Take out the trash, eat your broccoli - who needs moms anyway? Nine-year-old Milo (Seth Green) finds out how much he needs his mom (Joan Cusack) when she's nabbed by Martians who plan to steal her mom-ness for their own young. In a race against time and oxygen, his quest to save her knows no bounds. And with some unexpected help, Milo just might find his way back to her - in more ways than one. It's a thrilling journey that's pure, out-of-this-world crazy fun.
Two best friends and business partners find their lives turned upside down when they find themselves in the care of 6-year-old twins.
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.
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A surprise attack from The Leader and his agents of CRASH threatens to destroy Vista Verde!
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.
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A surprise attack from The Leader threatens to destroy Vista Verde!
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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.
Annoyed with his fellow Hulks, Hulk takes off for some alone time and stumbles onto an island of monsters.
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The Robot Chicken crew lets you know if Santa Claus is a racist, Tiger Woods gets his own Space Jam type of movie and we find out what The Bratz girls did last summer.
A-Bomb's crush on a mysterious girl leads the Hulks to a secret home.
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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.
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 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.
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