Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
40. Seasons one and two contain twenty episodes. This is about 480 minutes of "Robot Chicken" because each episode lasts about twelve minutes, instead of the usual twenty-two.
|What "Wizard of Oz" character is killed in a parody of the prison show "Oz" in an episode of "Robot Chicken?"||Zany "Robot Chicken" !
Scarecrow. The Scarecrow is stabbed by another inmate, but instead of blood, straw comes out his wound. We don't see any other "Wizard of Oz" characters during the skit.
|What famous video game character is killed in a "Grand Theft Auto" skit in an episode of "Robot Chicken?"||Zany "Robot Chicken" !
Mario. Along with Mario, Luigi, his video game brother, is killed as well. They take their racing cart into Vice City and get killed by the local police.
Red. The mad scientist replaces the chicken's eye with a red laser eye. As the show begins the chicken turns his head and fires the laser right at the TV screen.
|Which "Star Wars" personality did not lend their voice to the "Robot Chicken" "Star Wars" special?||Zany "Robot Chicken" !
Natalie Portman. George Lucas voiced himself fleeing from a crazed group of "Star Wars" fans. Ahmed Best reprised his role as Jar Jar Binks as he annoyed Darth Vader. Mark Hamill voiced himself in the famous bar scene.
Optimus Prime. By the end of the episode Optimus Prime died of his cancer and transformed himself into a coffin. However, it turned out that he did not have cancer. It was a skit he and the rest of the transformers put on to teach awareness of prostate cancer.
Seth Green. Seth Green created "Robot Chicken" with Matthew Senreich. Ashton Kutcher and Breckin Meyer have both used voices on the show. George Lowe is the voice of Space Ghost on another Adult Swim cartoon.
|In episode two, "Nutcracker Sweet", what was the name of the hotel the knife and the spoon go to?||Robot Chicken
Cheap Rooms. This was just a short scene in the episode. This scene was a spoof of an old nursery rhyme by Mother Goose.