Robot Chicken

Toyz in the Hood

Season 1, Ep 5, Aired 3/20/05
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  • Episode Description
  • Barbie plays the Tooth Fairy in the darkest sketch comedy ever. Skeletor, Lex Luthor, Mumm-Ra, and Cobra Commander try to get to work. More bloopers.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Seth Green (I)

    Fat Man, Dad, Child, Pilot, Cobra Commander, Fred Rogers

  • Chad Morgan

    Katie Couric, Woman

  • Breckin Meyer

    Man, Reporter

  • Donald Faison

    Lex Luthor, Mumm-Ra

  • Jamie Kaler

    Co-Pilot, Host, Detective, Dr. Al Robbins

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • The best episode of the first season!

    By mccroskey, Jul 29, 2008

  • Robot Chicken's Greatest.

    By SimpsonFan0505, Jul 25, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Mother: You admit it, you unbelievable bastard! Father: That is it! I'm gonna shut you up once and for all! (Mother and Father start fighting then a gunfire is heard) Tooth Fairy: (to little boy) Shh! (Goes to living room) Father: Who the hell are you!?! (Fighting starts while cops arrive) Cop: Freeze! Put your hands in the air! Father: Freeze!?! When I drop a fairy, you know I'm only getting started motherf***er!

    • Billy: Excuse me Mr. Chicken, but can you tell me why you crossed the road? Chicken: Why, sure, Billy. I'll tell you. (plane crashes into barn)

    • (Lex Luthor teleports out of the car and into the car where he shot the tires. The Kids start jumping up and down) Kids: BALDY! BALDY! BALBY! Lex Luthor: Crap....

    • Mother: Where the hell have you been? Father: It's none of your business! Mother: None of my business!?! I've been waiting here 'till 3AM!! (Mother & Father arguing) Boy: (In bed talking to tooth fairy.) Are you really a tooth fairy? Tooth Fairy: Umm. Yeah.

    • Skeletor: That was a good one! Lex Luthor: What was a good--? OOOHHH! (Skeletor laughs.) Cobra Commander: Oh!OOOHHHH!! It's burning my eyes! They're watering! Mumm-Ra: Unlock the windows! Skeletor: Behold, the gaseous stench of Skeletor's breakfast burrito!

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    Notes (8)

    • The Friends and Saved by the Bell clips, according to the official [adult swim] website's summary, were supposed to be included in the 'Bloopers!' segment, but were not actually aired. They are available as extras on the Vol. 1 DVD.

    • The giant check used in the Tooth Fairy segment was a suggestion from the network to lighten the emotional weight.

    • The original title of the episode was going to be 'Toyz in the Attic,' based on an Adult Swim bumper. This being one of the names for the show in which was rejected.

    • Two interesting (and probably joke) entries in the closing credits for this episode: Mustache Wrangler - Sarah Gellar Wrangler Wrangler - Mila Kunis

    • The Stoopid Monkey logo monkey is shown reaching into a plugged-in blender with its finger on the blender's switch.

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    Trivia (9)

    • The heros in the jeep in the traffic sequence are the hero paralells to the villians who star in that sequence.

    • During the segment with the Hindenburg, Grandma Fu can be seen fleeing from the blimp.

    • During the 'Bloopers! Two' segment, a big pile of poop can be seen underneath the chair to the right of the Host.

    • The set/location used in the 'Supervillians in Traffic' segment resembles that of the 405 freeway between the San Fernando valley and West Los Angeles.

    • Ling Ling from the pilot has been put down.

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    Allusions (8)

    • Thundercats The characters Mumm-Ra & Lion-O seen in the 'Supervillians in Traffic' sequence are from the Thundercats series.

    • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe In the 'Supervillians in Traffic' segment, a villian that appears in the car is Skeletor; the arch-nemesis of He-Man from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series.

    • G.I. Joe One of the supervillians in which appears in the traffic segment is the Cobra Commander; he being the enemy of Flint, a member of G.I. Joe.

    • Superman Lex Luthor is seen in the 'Villains in Traffic' segment; him being one of Superman's arch nemesis', appearing in everything from comic books to movies.

    • Why did the Chicken cross the road? The 'Plane Crash' segment with the boy and chicken is a reference to the old famous joke of Why did the Chicken cross the road.

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