Robot Chicken

Season 2 Episode 1

Suck It

Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Apr 02, 2006 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary


Seth Green slimes the [adult swim] creator. He is put into outer space. He comes back. He gets slimed. He is renewed. See what happens when terrorism is used in jokes. A new superhero is in town. "The Six Million Peso Man" is his name. Two space invaders have a little chat. Mr. & Mrs. Brady shows us how The Brady Bunch is involved in the assassin business.


Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • A good way to start a new season.

    I loved this episode. I knew it was going to be good right when it started! I liked the part when that guy was showing examples of terrorism. Now that was hilarious! And I thought the 2-part segment about the Six Million Peso Man was pretty good too. I can't really think of a show that had a bionic Mexican in it so it has to be genius! The Space Invaders one was good, but not as good as the other video game parodies they've done in the past season. overall, this is probably the best episode of the second season I've seen so far.moreless
  • it's back

    its back robot chicken is back. I like the terroism thing and the 3000 peso man was ok to but my favorite part was the bardy bunch one it was halaruois all the kids died hahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (and so did the tiki curse) it was cool yay robot chicken haha! ha!
Keith Crofford

Keith Crofford


Guest Star

Alex Borstein

Alex Borstein


Guest Star

Dana Snyder

Dana Snyder

Master Shake, Various

Guest Star

Jamie Kaler

Jamie Kaler


Recurring Role

Seth MacFarlane

Seth MacFarlane

Peter Griffin, Various

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (9)

    • During the Mr. and Mrs. Brady sketch they only kill five out of six kids (along with the Dog, and the Tiki Idol). Bobby Brady is the child that is not even mentioned in the sketch.

    • Tombstones
      In the Skater MgGee sketch, the tombstones in the graveyard have names and messages from the Robot Chicken crew.

      Here are some of the tombstone readings:
      - RIP Shuman "The Love Dude" (Ross Shuman, Art Director)
      - G.G. Forever

    • Million Peso Man Intro
      When the narrator is setting up The Million Peso Man sketch, doctors are operating on the man, and lines of text appear that begin to show statistics but eventually show drivel.

      When the doctors are hauling the man into the operation room, the lines of text read:

      Dystolic = -257
      Hyoerbolic = +319
      Bucolic = +20
      Sexy M.F. = J3N ST1LLW3LL
      Gold Standard = Shannon Gold
      P.W. = Garret Elkins
      Electric Bugaloo = Shaun P.
      If you are reading this you are too close
      Crappy bumper sticker
      Robot Chicken hearts you for paying attention
      To details

      When the doctors are working on him, the second set of text appears:

      Acids = -257
      Bases = +319
      The Puppet Dept. is
      The Land of cute girls
      Matt has cool toys
      Fasolo is the man of the people
      But Tom Root is my hero

      When they show the x-ray of the man's head, the next set of text appears (top to bottom):

      Bueno: Anissa Forsey
      BP 160/90
      HR 97
      Ninja Master: Jeff Giberstein

      Surgeonia: Kim Davis
      BP 160/90
      HR 97
      NNNRREEOW: Geoff Johns

    • Hangman
      The flip with the two stick figures conversing is an allusion to the popular word game Hangman.

    • Lady: Oops, I only put on forty-nine stars!"

      Although the woman claims to have only put 49 stars on her cake of the American flag, there are visibly a little more than 10 stars on the cake.

    • Stoopid Monkey Logo:
      The Stoopid Monkey has a test tube of Bird flu in his face.

    • Gag Credits:

      Whip Smart - Sarah Gellar
      Whip Wrangler - Mila Kunis
      Whipped - Garret Elkins

    • When Seth Green, the mad scientist, and the robot chicken are trapped in their prison square, the chicken is holding a sign that says "Holy *@$#ing Asscrackers!" to express his distraught of the situation.

    • The Tale of Two Mouths

      The character designers of the "Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head" channel flip actually use the bases of real Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head toys for the characters' bodies. If you look closely enough, the mouths used on the characters for the segment are lower that their indented smiles on the toys.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Unicorn: In the land of unicorns there's no need for clothing!
      Nerd: Whatever you say! (He begins to undress)
      Unicorn: No, no, no, take it off slowly. Yes, that pleases me.
      (He jumps on the unicorn)
      Unicorn: Polish my magic horn!
      Nerd: Okay!

    • Mayor: Thank you for getting rid of those skateboarders, they were ruining our cemetery.
      Skater McGee: Your welcome Mr. Mayor. They don't call me Skater McGee for nothing
      Mayor: What will you do now?
      Skater McGee: I'm goin' to the next town to kill more teenagers.
      Mayor: You're doing Gods work, Skater McGee.

    • Nerd(adolescent): So, TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space-
      Jock: Neeeerrd!!!!

    • (A man is tied up and people are preparing to stone him)
      Jesus: Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
      (Waits a few seconds, then hits the man with a rock from behind his back)

    • President Bush: Thank you for watching our latest homeland security video. We will be replacing the color-coded terrorist alert system with one that uses rubber duckies.
      (Pulls out two rubber duckies from underneath his desk)
      Quack, quack! This one symbolizes "all clear." His name is Engleburt. (begins giggling)

    • Mr. Potato Head: (to Mrs. Potato Head giving birth) Come on, honey. One more push, big push!
      (Carrot baby comes out)
      Mr. Potato: You whore!

    • Skater McGee: Now pay attention carefully, I'm going to say this once. Skater McGee does not repeat himself.
      Teenager: What?
      Skater McGee: I said Skater McGee does not... ohh.
      *teenagers laugh*

    • "Macho Man" Randy Savage: Ooooohhh Yeah!
      Kool-Aid Man: Oh Yeaaaahhhh!

    • Mike Lazzo: Hi, y'all! I'm Adult Swim President Mike Lazzo. The decision of the council is now fixin' to be heard.
      Peter Griffin: Guilty!
      Space Ghost: Guilty!
      Master Shake: Ho ho ho! You're so freakin' guilty!

    • Mike: Ask us the sex question.
      Carol: Now that the kids are gone, the sex has never been better.
      Alice: I agree.

    • The Six Million Peso Man has just used his powers to jump the border.
      Mexican Agent: There goes 287 American dollars we'll never see again...

    • Boy: I Pledge Allegiance to the HAG of the United States of FART!
      Man: Is this your child? He may think saying "Fart" is funny, but by disrespecting America, He's encouraging TERRORISM! Even now, our enemies are searching for signs of weakness in our great land.

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (14)

    • Mr Potato Head
      The flip with Mr. Potato Head is an allusion to the Hasbro line of toys by the same name.

    • Zaxxon and Centipede
      Zaxxon and Cenitpede are both infamous arcade games of the 1980's.

    • Napoleon Dynamite
      The man playing the Zaxxon arcade is wearing a Vote for Pedro t-shirt, which was made popular through the film Napoleon Dynamite.

    • Han Solo in Carbonite
      When the aliens hit the prison cube in the opening sketch, they are toting a man frozen in carbonite aboard their ship. This is an allusion to Han Solo's predicament in the Star Wars films, notably The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

    • "Oooh Yeah!"
      The sketch featuring the wrestling arena parodied two characters, "Macho Man" Randy Savage and the Kool-Aid Man, who have similar catchphrases.

    • Creature
      The green monster that is being flirted to in the bar scene is inspired from the 1954 film, Creature from the Black Lagoon.

    • Space Invaders
      The sketch featuring the two-dimensional alien invasion, with Paul and Frank commentating, is a parody of the 1978 Midway arcade game, Space Invaders.

    • Two Scoops!
      The sketch with the sun scooping up land is a parody of the mascot for Raisin Bran, a raisin cereal that promises "two scoops" in every box of cereal.

    • Jesus: Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

      The sketch featuring Jesus Christ is a parody of the parable from the New Testament of the Bible, specifically in the Book of John, Chapter eight, verse seven.

      In the original parable, the person being prepared for a stoning is not a man, like in the sketch, but a woman who has committed adultery.

    • The Judgment of the Council
      The beginning of the episode, where Seth Green, the Scientist, and the Robot Chicken are on trial, parodies the trial of General Zod, Ursa and Non at the beginning of Superman: The Movie and their subsequent banishment to The Phantom Zone.

      Adult Swim Vice President Mike Lazzo portrays Marlon Brando's role in the scene, and Adult Swim stars Peter Griffin (Family Guy), Space Ghost (Space Ghost: Coast to Coast), and Master Shake (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) portray the "council," similar to the Kryptonian council from the movie.

    • Mr. & Mrs. Brady
      The skit is a parody on two fronts. It is a direct parody of the 2005 movie, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. On the other hand, it parodies the movie through the storyline of the infamous 1970's family sitcom, The Brady Bunch. The Brady kids intervene throughout the fight with familiar episode themes (i.e., the Tiki Idol).

    • The Six Million Peso Man
      The skit parodies the 1970's classic TV show, The Six Million Dollar Man.

    • Green Slime & "I Don't Know":
      The concept of sliming people when they say "I don't know," as well as the set on which these scenes took place, were inspired by You Can't Do That on Television, the Canadian TV show that found an American audience on Nickelodeon (and introduced the world to Alanis Morissette).

    • Seth Green, the scientist, and the chicken in a flat prison:
      The flat square these three people were imprisoned in also comes from Superman II , where three criminal Kryptonians (including Zod) were imprisoned in a flat square.