Robot Chicken

Metal Militia

Season 2, Ep 13, Aired 10/1/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Used car salesman sells vehicles from Tron; Rainbow Brite reveals her dark sid;. Rom the Spaceknight meets his ultimate nemesis; Into the blue gets a relevant skewering; Young Indiana Jones finds treasure at his elementary school; Hulk Hogan busts out of prison camp in Hogan's Heroes.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Seth Green (I)

    Various Voices

  • Tom Root


  • Breckin Meyer

    Superman/ Various

  • Hulk Hogan

    Himself/ Bartender

  • Roderick Toombs


  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • So far so good

    By sh811a, Dec 28, 2006

  • episodes like this one is what makes this show so great

    By kevinb4444, Oct 02, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • (bomb disabling robot) Robot: This is some serious bullshit!

    • Announcer: "Rom: Spaceknight," a warrior made of solid metal. He's beaten the galaxies' toughest villains, but no faces a foe in every way his equal...JIM, the guy with the giant magnet! Jim: Come here. Rom: No. Jim: Come on. Rom: Nuh-uh. Jim: Chicken! Rom: You are. Jim: Rom, Spacechicken! Rom: Mature. Jim: Yeah, your mom was mature, last night! Rom: What? Jim: Did her. Rom: (pulls out gun)I'll teach you! (The gun attracts to the ginat magnet) Jim: Hah, teach this! He he, where's your gun now? Rom: I didn't need it anyway. Jim: Oh, Rommy, it's on my magnet! Rom: You suck. Jim: That's what your mom said. Rom: She did not, my mom was a saint! Jim: Saint Suck.

    • TV voice: I'm Rick James, bitch! Rainbow Brite: Hahaha! Black people are so much funnier than white people.

    • Superman: (Rings sevice bell) Helloo? Come on, is this button even connected to anything? (Rings bell again) Helloo? Hello? (sighs) "Must Love Dogs," that's a good in-flight movie, huh?

    • Hulk Hogan: (to Roddy Piper) Roddy, we need your stealth. Go take out the guard real quiet-like, and the rest of us will sneak pa- Roddy Piper: Gotcha, Hogan! (Walks up to guard) Hey, hey, hey, you f***ing Nazi! How are ya?

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    Notes (1)

    • The Stoop!d Monkey has scored a monkey's eye in darts.

    Trivia (3)

    • Among the wrestlers in Hogan's Heroes were : Hulk Hogan, Sgt. Slaughter, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Randy Savage, King Kong Bundy, "Leaping" Lanny Poffo, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, the Iron Sheik, and a few others.

    • Two of the wrestlers featured in the last sketch, Leaping Lanny Poffo and Macho Man Randy Savage, are real-life brothers. Randy Savage's real name is Randall Mario Poffo.

    • In the bar where Murky and Lurky scheme against Rainbow Brite, there's a sign in the background that says "Drink Gloom Beer."

    Allusions (9)

    • Metal Militia The title of this episode is taken directly from the well-recognized closing track Metal Militia on Metallica's 1983 debut album, Kill 'Em All.

    • "Snap into a Slim Jim!" When Iron Sheik points out the beef jerky Slim Jims, "Macho Man" Randy Savage is the first one to jump in on the Slim Jims. The line he says is a reference to the mid-90's Slim Jim commercials, which featured none other than the Macho Man himself, saying "Snap into a Slim Jim!" as the company's infamous slogan.

    • Young Indiana Jones The sketch featuring a young Indiana Jones is a parody of the film series and television series. While there was a television series called Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, the sketch imagines if Indiana were raised as a kid in the modern day. Parts of the sketch used elements from the films, such as escaping the rolling ball and running from the enemy, yelling for the driver to start the vehicle.

    • TRON Car Dealership The used car dealership sold two fictional vehicles from the 1982 Disney film, Tron. The first kid is sold the infamous "light cycle," while the second kid is sold the "Recognizer."

    • Hogan's Heroes Hogan's Heroes was a comedy television series of the late 1960's. The show starred five prisoners of war, set in the World War II era. The show's most memorable character would be the German's Sgt. Schulz and his portrayal of a stereotypical German soldier. The sketch is a parody, as it plays on the show's title and replaces the prisoners of war with professional wrestlers that were highly famous in the 1980's, including: Hulk Hogan, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, "Leaping" Lanny Poffo, Jimmy Hart, Sergeat Slaughter, "Mean" Gene Okerland, and The Iron Sheik.

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