Robot Chicken

Season 2 Episode 9

Massage Chair

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM May 28, 2006 on Cartoon Network
8.7
out of 10
User Rating
57 votes
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Episode Summary

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Cuddles the fabric softener bear gets the wrong kind of hug. Corporate disputes get solved hand-to-hand in Office Fighter. Monkeys explore outer space on a budget. George W. Bush discovers he has Jedi powers. And we're back with more of those stupendous bloopers, including auditions tapes from MTV's Jackass!moreless

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  • an awesome episode

    10
    this is the first time i have gaven a show a perfect ten to a show,but this episode made me cry with laughter.this is also the first time i liked a parody of george bush.Its probally because george bush plus star wars equals good.(at least in my mind)another hilerous scene was the cuddles scene.watching A teddy bear being raped is actully a fun way to pass time!This is definitly my faverite episode of robot chicken ever because of the hilerous bloopers!I loved the scene with lassie were he continuly bit the stage manager:first in the leg,then the crouch,then his face!ha!moreless
  • Great episode...makes me happy to have taped it on DVR. Three favorite parts: Hulk Hogan, President Jedis, and Cuddles

    9.7
    This episode was another winner for regular viewers of "Robot Chicken." I gave it such a high score mainly due in part that I used to be a huge wrestling fan and went "ga-ga" over the inclusion of Hulk Hogan as a guest star. Not only did he voice himself in "Bloopers!," but he did the voice for Abraham Lincoln in George W. Bush's dream sequence, where Bush had Jedi powers. Great parody of Star Wars, I must say.

    The "Cuddles" sketch was probably the most offensive sketch of the episode, but when the bear says "I just want to clean your clothes!", I got over the silliness of it all. Once again, the show proves that stop-motion animation is not dead, but alive and kicking. I'm glad to see that, with this new season, the production value has gotten better. I might have given this episode a 10 if it didn't start one minute before my DVR started recording it.moreless
Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel

Various

Guest Star

James Van Der Beek

James Van Der Beek

Various

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Jim Meskimen

Jim Meskimen

Various

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Jamie Kaler

Jamie Kaler

Bloopers Host

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (3)

  • NOTES (3)

    • The Stoop!d Monkey has fallen in love with a python.

    • The Monkey Song Goes Like This: Monkeys In Outer Space Protecting The Freedom Of The Human Race Four Fingers On His Hands Spreadin' Freedom Across The Land Protecting The Uninted States We Owe Our Freedom To These Primates Many Died Along The Way In Fact They All Did But That's Ok Monkeys In Outer Space Protecting The Freedom Of The Human Race Monkeys In Outer Space The're Easier Than Humans To Replace A Human Life Is A Terrible Waste So We Shot Monkeys Into Space We Used All The Monkeys We Could Find Fifty Dead Monkeys,Huge Step For Mankind! Monkeys In Outer Space Protecting The Freedom Of The Human RaceMonkeys In Outer Space The're Easier Than Humans To Replace.........................................................................................................................

    • During the Monkeys in Space segment, Stoopid Monkey (the production company) is seen just before it cuts to the next segment.

  • ALLUSIONS (6)

    • Spaceballs

      When Lincoln comes out of a large sitting statue of himself, it alludes to the Star Wars parody, Spaceballs, just as Yogurt does.

    • Star Wars
      The sketch featuring President George W. Bush featured many parodies from the original Star Wars trilogy.

      When George argues with his daughter, the scene parodies the ending scene between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker in Empire Strikes Back.

      When Abraham Lincoln enters, a machine places the top hat on his head, very similar to Darth Vader and his helmet in Empire Strikes Back.

      As Abraham says "If you strike me down...", he is using the start of Obi-Wan's infamous line to Darth Vader before he dies in A New Hope.

    • Mortal Kombat
      When the office workers start fighting, the style represented is a parody of the classic Arcade fighting game, Mortal Kombat. While the moves were original, the voice that says "Fight!" and "Finish Him!" is a direct homage to the MK series.

    • Do the Dew
      In the sketch where the kids slides down a small slope on his sled and yells "Do the Dew" is a parody of the Mountain Dew commercials that featured people in extreme situations to get their drink of Mountain Dew.

    • Donkey Kong
      In one of the bloopers that showed people imitating Jackass, a guy in a gorilla suit throws and hits another guy in a red plumber suit. This is an homage to the arcade classic "Donkey Kong."

    • Cuddles is a parody of Snuggles the fabric softner bear.

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