Robot Chicken

Season 5 Episode 20

Fight Club Paradise

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Jan 22, 2012 on Cartoon Network
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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!

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  • Epic on so many levels.

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    It's the 100th episode of Robot Chicken and, what's better is that, the people who make the show realize that. They had to make sure that this 100th Episode non-clip show clip show was one of the best episodes they've ever done, and it was, maybe even THE. Possible Spoiler Alert!



    First, they had the Chicken finally escape from the Mad Scientist's lab. Second, they did a traditional, male-oriented, action-packed parody of a popular movie called Sex and the City 3, and it was meta too. Third, they did a total art switch from traditional animation, to live action, and back to stop-motion, parody of Yogi Bear and the Power Rangers. Fourth, they did another male-oriented joke but with amazing time-lapse photography. Fifth, they made another classic joke about what something would look like if it were by a different species; what a chicken abortion clinic would look like. Sixth, and finally, after the Chicken comes home to realize that the Mad Scientist has kidnapped his wife, he returns to the castle to confront him once and for all. But, before he gets to the lab where the scientist is, he must climb up a large stairway and fight almost every original character from the series so far. Not only is it a joy to see how many characters you can name from the show in one sketch, you can really see the unbelievable amount of effort the animators have put into that one sketch.



    If I didn't know any better, I'd say that this episode of Robot Chicken puts all other stop-motion animated things to shame. A sure fire Emmy if I've ever seen one. Bravo!moreless

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