The Teletubbies become the new Power Rangers; Mjolnir annoys the rest of the Avengers' weapons; Doc Brown struggles with his time machine; meet 50 Cent's new collaborator; witness the birth of a Lego person.moreless
Find out the truth about Airwolf; see how they ended iCarly; listen to the latest song from Star Trek.
The other outcome of Pop Rocks and soda; what Pinky and Brain do every night; Oscar the Grouch gets a new neighbor; Mario and Luigi collect enough coins to live the east life; Rambo gets a modern torture.moreless
Krypto gets neutered; Dora the Explorer becomes a teenager; we find out why the Angry Bird is do angry; it is an explosive end for Thomas the Tank Engine.
Shania tries to adapt to her new surroundings; Bryan and David plan a night out on the town after reminiscing about when they first met; Jane makes a disturbing discovery.
The creators imagine what the movie Sex and the City 3 will be like if made more guy friendly, Yogi Bear battles with the Power Rangers from Jellystone Park, find out why no one cares about Woody Woodpecker anymore and see the nail biting, hair raising, super big finish of Season Five in Robot Chicken's 100th episode finale!moreless
Throughout the skits in this episode, many different unrelated things happen. Harry of Harry and the Henderson's decides to find a new owner. Tolkien's six-year old grandson decides to pick up where his grandfather left out. The alien from Alien talks about his woes. There are skits making fun of The Hurt Locker and Grand Theft Auto as well.moreless
Casablankman II is the 16th episode of the TV show Robot Chicken. The three-part segment opens with a parody from the film "Back to the Future" that has Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) negotiating a petroleum deal with Libyan terrorist. Later, Jesus Christ (Breckin Meyer) descends from heaven to talk to pop artists about their lyrics, and Edward (Christopher McCulloch) and Bella (Rachael Leigh Cook) from the "Twilight" films get roasted by celebrities.moreless