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Top 10 Original Robot Chicken Characters

VO: Rebecca Brayton
Script written by Nick Spake With a title like “Robot Chicken,” you can expect an unconventional cast of characters. Join as we count down our picks for the top 10 original “Robot Chicken” characters. For this list, we’re taking a look at the most memorable characters from the twisted minds behind this long running animated series. Special thanks to our users Josh Ng, governmentfree and Olivia Jean Brown for submitting the idea on our Interactive Suggestion Tool at WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Script written by Nick Spake

Top 10 Original Robot Chicken Characters

With a title like “Robot Chicken,” you can expect an unconventional cast of characters. Welcome to, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 original “Robot Chicken” characters.

For this list, we’re taking a look at the most memorable characters from the twisted minds behind this long running animated series.

#10: The Six Million Peso Man

Pablo Rodriguez was just your ordinary Mexican test pilot until his donkey crashed into a cactus. In this hysterical parody of “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman,” Rodriguez is rebuilt through advanced technology to become the Six Million Peso Man. This super human will utilize his newfound extraordinary abilities to leap over the U.S.-Mexico border and sell oranges on a street corner... Talk about throwing away 283 big ones! Regardless, you can’t put a price on an excelente character like this.

#9: The Humping Robot

The Humping Robot is one of the most iconic “Robot Chicken” characters and also one of the most simplistic. In one of his most memorable appearances, all this robot does is gratuitously hump a washing machine. It’s hard to say what the writers were thinking when they came up with that sketch, but the result was comedic gold. Since then, this sex machine has humped everything from jukeboxes, to church bells, to slot machines. Who knows what inanimate object he’ll hit the jackpot with next. No matter where he’s seeking love, though, the Humping Robot will never cease to make us laugh.

#8: Dr. Fumbles [aka Calvin]

When it comes to G.I. Joe, you can pretty much judge every soldier based on his or her codename. That is, everybody except for Dr. Fumbles. On his first day, this sniper has a slip up and is branded with an embarrassing nickname. Subsequently, Dr. Fumbles turns to the dark side and does something no Cobra member could ever pull off on the cartoon show: execute a mass assassination. Who would’ve thought that actual bullets would be so effective in combat? Whether you call him Fumbles, Trouser Snake, or Calvin, this is one Joe we all want in our corner of the toy chest.

#7: Bloopers Host

Nobody loves a good gag reel more than this guy. As the host of the Bloopers show, this eccentric TV personality brings his audience blunders from classic TV shows, home movies, and even his own life. It’s like “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” except with more physical violence. More charismatic than Regis Philbin and with cornier jokes than Jay Leno, the Bloopers Host may seem like a happy-go-lucky fellow. Underneath his lighthearted surface, however, he’s a surprisingly dark, disturbed soul. That’s probably why he closes out almost every episode by attempting suicide.

#6: Daniel [aka Gyro-Robo]

In an age where everybody has a webcam, the Internet is overrun with nitpicking trolls that take themselves and ‘80s nostalgia way too seriously. Daniel, or Gyro-Robo as he prefers to be called, is always there to call people out when they make a mistake. Even the “Robot Chicken” writers aren’t safe from his criticism. Sporting a green hat and Meatwad T-shirt, this chubby nerd rarely explores the world beyond his computer desktop. Of course he does occasionally get out of his mother’s house just long enough for a bully to shove him in a locker.

#5: Unicorn

Unicorns are truly magical creatures, full of rainbows, sunshine, and mayonnaise. At least we hope that’s only mayonnaise. Actually, unicorns are just flat-out perverts in the “Robot Chicken” universe. If this particular unicorn shows up outside your window, run! If he asks you to take your clothes off and polish his horn, call the cops! All this horny horse wants is to get into your pants… or your boyfriend’s pants. You’ll never look at these mystical beings the same way again once you’ve caught this predator in the act.

#4: Mo-Larr: Eternian Dentist

One of the things fans love about “Robot Chicken” is how it explores facets of fictional worlds we never considered before. For example, what’s dentistry like in Eternia? The muscular Mo-Larr is the most daring dentist in all the land. Equipped with floss and a drill at all times, Mo-Larr is always ready to tackle bad guys and bad dental hygiene. Even when his patients don’t want his assistance, nothing can stop him from pulling their rotten teeth. Mo-Larr truly has the power, not to mention a totally epic origin story.

#3: Bitch Puddin’

Of all the fan favorites on “Robot Chicken,” Bitch Puddin’ is one of the only characters to attain her very own special episode. Voiced by Katee Sackhoff, this temperamental, sassy, mean-spirited girl wouldn’t exactly make the ideal doll for your young daughter. Us adults wouldn’t mind having one, however. Bitch Puddin’ is who she is with zero reservations; that’s why we love her and why the rest of Pastryville hates her. Of course it’s not like Strawberry Shortcake and her friends are angels either, seeing as how they try to murder Bitch Puddin’. You’d better believe she gets her revenge in badass fashion, though.

#2: The Aliens

There very well could be other life forms beyond our world. That doesn’t necessarily mean they’re intelligent life forms, however. The “Robot Chicken” aliens are able to pilot flying saucers and develop a super suit. They also happen to be completely incompetent in their various endeavors. Whether abducting Michael Jackson or trying to steal a child’s PlayStation 3, the results are bound to be as disastrous as they are hilarious when these zany guys are involved. You can also count on one of them letting their frustration out through a series of screams… [“Damn it! Damn it! Damn it!”]

Before we change the channel to our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:
- Composite Santa
- Little Drummer Boy
- Gary the Stormtrooper
- Giraffe
- Wildman

#1: The Nerd

Voiced by “Robot Chicken” co-creator Seth Green to geeky perfection, this four-eyed dweeb is the epitome of a stereotypical nerd. With a love of unicorns, Tauntauns, and Scarlett Johansson, the nerd spends much of his time daydreaming. Every once and a while, though, he’ll really get swept away on an adventure and his fantasy will become a reality. Of course they don’t always play out as he imagined. No matter what the scenario, though, the Nerd is one “Robot Chicken” character we always look forward to seeing and listening to. Actually, we wish we could meet him IRL; “that would be so cool!”

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