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TV Show[]


Robot Chicken is an American stop motion animated sketch-comedy television series

created and executive produced by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich

Opening sequence[]

On a stormy night, a mad scientist finds a road-killed chicken, which he takes back to his laboratory to re-fashion into a cyborg. Midway through the opening sequence, the titular chicken turns his laser eye towards the camera, and the title appears amidst the "laser effects" as Les Claypool of Primus can be heard screaming "It's alive!" à la Frankenstein. Claypool also composed and performed the show's theme song. The mad scientist then straps the re-animated Robot Chicken into a chair, uses calipers to hold his eyes open, and forces him to watch a bank of television monitors (an allusion to A Clockwork Orange); this scene segues into the body of the show, which resembles someone frequently changing TV channels.

Episode[]

"Especially the Animal Keith Crofford!"
Season 4, Episode 19
Vital statistics
Air date September 20, 2009
Written by Jordan Allen-Dutton, Mike Fasolo, Doug Goldstein, Seth Green, Tom Root, Matthew Senreich, Kevin Shinick, Erik Weiner
Directed by Chris McKay
Episode guide
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