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Robot Chicken season 4

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19 episodes (1386 views)

Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Dan Milano, Matthew Senreich, Mike Henry, Dax Shepard, Seth Green, Michelle Trachtenberg Genre:Animation, Comedy Channel:Adult Swim Status:Continuing

8.2 (117 votes)

Robot Chicken season 4 episodes list:

Episode #1: Help Me (air date: 2008-12-07)

Seth and Matt enlist the help of Joss Whedon, Ron Moore and Seth MacFarlane to get their show renewed/ PaPappa the Rapper in court/ Tila Tequila is really a cyborg/ the Trojan Condoms mascot makes a surprise visit at a dinner with friends.

Episode #2: They Took My Thumbs (air date: 2008-12-14)

The creators imagine the contractor in charge of building those temples in Indiana Jones. Jason Voorhees gets ready for Friday the 13th. Witness the death of a salesman. What happens when the Justice League struggle through "Bring a Sidekick to Work Day?"

Episode #3: I'm Trapped (air date: 2008-12-21)

Witness the aftermath of the box office sale of Pluto Nash. The creators imagine the truth behind James Bond's sex life. Tony Stark gains an unlikely ally when escaping terrorists. Skeletor's plot involving a less-than-perfect clone of He-Man doesn't work out well.

Episode #4: In a DVD Factory (air date: 2008-12-28)

Find out the only way to kill a werewolf. Discover the secret origin of Composite Santa Claus. The creators imagine a deleted scene from the Daredevil movie. Hannah Montana has a date...with murder.

Episode #5: Tell My Mom (air date: 2009-01-04)

The true story is revealed behind Billy Joel's hit single, Piano Man. Joey Fatone shares an idea for a new sketch that he can star in, Spongebob Squarepants learns that Sandy has a little sponge inside of her, being a princess in distress isn't always glamorous, a life-sized crane game, Hungry, Hungry Hippo's gone horribly wrong, when you can't afford The A-Team, it's time to call the B-Team! Little Orphan Annie gets politically correct, and Billy Joel goes too far in discussing personal people's life events, and gets his come-uppance. Sam Witwicky Gets new Scooter.

Episode #6: PS Yes, In That Way (air date: 2009-01-11)

Strawberry Shortcake solves a robbery. Billy Dee Williams goes shopping. The creators imagine what happens when Harry introduces his cousin to the Hendersons. G.I. Joe welcomes a new member.

Episode #7: Love, Maurice (air date: 2009-01-18)

The creators imagine how Barbar might rule with an iron tusk, where O.J. might search for his ex-wife's killer and what Skynet might send back as their next terminator. Plus, check out the latest superhero movie, Kid Venison.

Episode #8: Two Weeks Without Food (air date: 2009-01-25)

The creators imagine how Zeus would spice up the "Clash of the Titans." See how "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" would look like in an opera. Speed Racer competes in NASCAR Racing. Watch the latest edition to MTV's "The Hills."

Episode #9: But Not In That Way (air date: 2009-02-01)

The Giving Tree has much to give, everyone loves InuYasha, The Joker takes his revenge against Batman, and the creators imagine what happens when Punky Brewster discovers boys and who Stephen King's new neighbor might be.

Episode #10: I Love Her (air date: 2009-02-08)

The creators imagine how Freddy Kreuger got his start, what would happen if the Monchhichis drew first blood, how Criss Angel delivers the Ultimate Mind Freak at Hogwarts, if the Power-Puff girls were on drugs, and what a day with the Living Lohans might be like.

Episode #11: We Are a Humble Factory (air date: 2009-07-26)

Robot Chicken's unique take on MASK, The Black Hole, Armageddon, Star Trek TNG, WWE and more.

Episode #12: Maurice Was Caught (air date: 2009-08-02)

Maurice plays Thermo Nuclear War WarGames style, Jean-Claude Van Damme re-imagines Gone With the Wind, we see scientists attempt to design a working jet pack and Annie holds a Sweet Sixteen party.

Episode #13: Unionizing Our Labor (air date: 2009-08-09)

Medieval Dukes of Hazard. The downward spiral of the Libertarian Party. Transients begin to wear Clark Kent's clothing. The creators imagine "Wii Fit: Humping Robot". The frog retaliates to the scorpion and the gerbil with violence. Smurfs engage in war with Snorks.

Episode #14: President Hu Forbids It (air date: 2009-08-16)

Deleted Out-takes from The Dark Knight; Dr. Manhattan's dark secret; the premise for Dateline's To Catch a Predator backfires big time; and the Robot Chicken nerd injects a little creativity into a gaming session of Dungeons and Dragons.

Episode #15: Due to Constraints of Time and Budget (air date: 2009-08-23)

A deleted scene from Raider's of the Lost Ark is presented. Flubber sells out and becomes a condom product. The 1968 animated masterpiece Yellow Submarine gets injected with a dose of the 1990 masterpiece Hunt for Red October. Toad is the best Mario Kart driver and helps crooks make speedy getaways!

Episode #16: The Ramblings of Maurice (air date: 2009-08-30)

Breakfast cereals go viral. Two-Face doesn't know when to stop attacking Batman. G.I. Joe lays their pet dog to rest, and we see The Dark Crystal rap.

Episode #17: Cannot Be Erased, So Sorry (air date: 2009-09-06)

The creators imagine what the Humping Robot would look like on screen. John Connor tests out the new Terminator. Fantasy Island lives up to it's name. The nerd lands somewhere over the rainbow.

Episode #18: Please Do Not Notify Our Contractors (air date: 2009-09-13)

The Bachelor and the beast. We see how the knight guarding the Holy Grail spends his time and we are introduced to Montage Man.

Episode #19: Especially the Animal Keith Crofford! (air date: 2009-09-20)

The creators imagine the origin of the Wuzzles. Learn what Cloverfield's real intention was. See a new spin on Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Plus, there is a super sappy season-ender.

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