Saturday, August 14, 2010
....and a classic burner by
Kacao77 & Bates AIO. Malmø, Sweden 2009
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Robot Chicken is an American stop motion animated television series
created and executive produced by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich
along with co-Head Writers Douglas Goldstein and Tom Root.
Green provides many voices for the show
and Senreich, Goldstein and Root
were former writers for the popular
action figure hobbyist magazine ToyFare.
Series genre and creation
The program is a sketch comedy that parodies a number of
pop culture conventions using stop motion animation
of toys, action figures, dolls, and claymation
(usually for special effects) and various other objects,
such as tongue depressors and The Game of Life pegs.
The show's name was inspired by a dish on the menu at a
West Hollywood Chinese restaurant,
Kung Pao Bistro, where Green and Senreich had dined,
although the series originally
was intended to be titled "Junk in the Trunk".
The show focuses on mocking pop culture,
referencing toys, films, television, and popular fads,
as well as more obscure references (to some)
like anime cartoons and older television programs.
One particular motif often involves the idea
of fantastical characters being placed
in a more realistic world or situation
(such as Stretch Armstrong requiring a corn syrup
transplant after losing his abilities because of aging,
Optimus Prime performing a prostate cancer PSA,
and Godzilla having problems in the bedroom).
The program even had a 30 minute episode dedicated to
Star Wars which premiered June 17, 2007
in the US featuring the voices of Star Wars notables
George Lucas, Mark Hamill (from a previous episode),
Billy Dee Williams, and Ahmed Best.
(The Star Wars episode was nominated for a 2008 Emmy Award:
Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour).
Another recurring segment is "Hilarious Bloopers",
a parody of the Bob Saget era of
America's Funniest Home Videos
featuring the host constantly
moving around in various exaggerated,disjointed motions.
Unlike that show, this skit ends with the
host using various household methods of suicide.
Another recurring character is the "nerd"
a dorkey middle school kid with broken glasses
and a plaid shirt who talks with a lisp,
spitting when he says the letter S.
Weekend fun part 1; Real People With Star Wars -Like Names
Weekend fun part 2; The angry conductor
Weekend fun part 3; Revok is very remorseful
Weekend fun part 4; Product placement
Weekend fun part 5; Jean Claude Van Damme´s scene in Breakin´
Weekend fun part 6; Lorenzo Lamas AKA Chilly D in Body Rock (1984)
Weekend fun part 7; This or that? (Black Sheep KIA Soul commercial)
Weekend fun part 8; Kermit the Frog and Cookie Monster Learn How to Rap
Weekend fun part 9; Darth Vader & Yoda recording voices for TomTom GPS devices
Weekend fun part 10; Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog mocks Star Wars fans.
Weekend fun part 11; Star Wars meets Gangster Rap
Weekend fun part 12; Jabba the fucking HAT!
Weekend fun part 13;
Classic Robot Chicken
(Arkhum Asylum Shawshank Redemption/Batman & Joker)
Weekend fun part 14;
All of Chewbacca's Dialogue from "Star Wars" by Doug Savage
Weekend fun part 15;
Antoine Dodson and his Bed Intruder song
Weekend fun part 16;
If your teacher corrected graffiti (Reas AOK/RIS)
Weekend fun part 17; Tauntaun Sleeping Bag
Weekend fun part 18; Star Wars Halloween costumes
Weekend fun part 19; LEGO® Star Wars™: Bombad Bounty
Weekend fun part 20; Vanilla Ice says...
Weekend fun part 21; Dogs That Look Like Chewbacca
Weekend fun part 22;
Kenny Keil’s; rappers who need to be seen in a comic book
Weekend fun part 23; Kanye West's Most Ridiculous On-Air Moments
Weekend fun part 24; “Family Guy: It’s A Trap!”
Weekend fun part 25; El Barto will never stop writing
Sites you should keep your eye on part 1; GreatBates.com
Sites you should keep your eye on part 2; Kacao77
Masters of the Universe: The Wizard of Stone Mountain
Have a nice weekend ;)