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Creators: Seth Green, Matthew Senreich / Director: Zeb Wells

Head Writers: Doug Goldstein, Tom Root / Writers: Matthew Beans, Mike Fasolo, Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, Zeb Wells, Jason Reich, Rachel Bloom, Jessica Gao, Mehar Sethi, Breckin Meyer, Erik Weiner, Tom Sheppard

Regular Voice Cast: Seth Green (The Nerd, E.T., Cobra Commander, Mario, Roadblock, Shipwreck, Flint, Gargamel, Hulk, Walt Disney, Chip, Dale, Panthro, Adolf Hitler, Bruce Sato, Gordon Bowker, Inspector Gadget, Captain America, Simon Seville, Dave Seville, Faceman, Lonnie Peppers, Jacob Black, Robbie Sinclair, Scooby-Doo, Buffalo Bill, Catherine Martin, Dominic Toretto, Brian O'Conner, Dr. Elefun, Guile, M. Bison, Starscream, Bogey Orangutan, Jen, Aughra, Winnie the Pooh, Garfield, Captain Planet, Wheeler, Ma-Ti, Ben Tennyson, Aragorn, Elliott, The Thing, General Spidrax, Paul Atreides, Bo Duke, Cringer, Mr. Miyagi, The Punisher, Ironhide, Gruffi Gummi, Cubbi Gummi, Scotty, Apache Chief, Wizard of Oz, Scarecrow, Dr. Dave Bowman, Max Kenton, Backpack, The Map, Mr. Marquez, Dr. Richard Kimble, Samuel Gerard, Iceman, Kool-Aid Man, Mayor of Sodor, Harold the Helicopter, Daniel Gyro-Robo, Swedish Chef, Thor, Flounder, Waluigi, Bullet Bill, Jareth the Goblin King, Toby Williams, Oscar the Grouch, Vietnamese General, Kevin Flynn, Master Control Program, Streex, The Robot, Dracula, Sebastian, Buzz Lightyear, Cat in the Hat, Johnny Cage, The Grinch, Rocket J. Squirrel, Bullwinkle J. Moose, Sherman, Waldorf, Easter Bunny, Spencer Shay, Stringfellow Hawke, Skylar Deleon, Tommy, Hansel, Gretel, Alpha 5, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Po, Mjolnir, Marty McFly, Cheer Bear, PaRappa the Rapper, Chop Chop Master Onion, WilyKat, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Beast, Uncle Remus, Mr. Peanut, Ben Stiller, William Tell, Grizzly Adams, Auntie Em, Old Rose DeWitt Bukater, Jack Sadelstein, Jill Sadelstein, The Bill, Elroy Jetson, Astro, Rosie the Robot, Loki, Dr. Claw, M.A.D. Cat, Cookie Monster, Commander Stone, Hopper, Dr. Nogrady, Waddle Dee, Bil, Not Me, Jaga, Himself, Batman, Anton Ego, Luther, Holden McCrea, Mitch Robbins, Hooters Owl, and others), Matthew Senreich (Jerry Baldwin, Sanderson, Boromir, Shevitz, Albert Narracott, Styracosaurus, Big Slammu, Mr. Peabody, Smurf, Man, Lego Man, The Prince, Brock Lovett, Corn Doctor, Nerd's Nephew, Tygra, Earth, Himself, others)

Multi-Episode Guest Voices: Breckin Meyer (Superman, Jesus Christ, California Raisin, Frosty the Snowman, King Randor, Timmy, Percy the Small Engine, Munson, Michelangelo, Luigi, Whammy, Jokey Smurf, VH1 Announcer, Marty Mikalski, Samson, Oompa Loompa others), Abraham Benrubi (Optimus Prime, Tummi Gummi, Bill the Lego Man, Bowser, Col. Samuel Trautman, Oscar's Brother), Dan Milano (Skeletor, Steven Spielberg, Papa Smurf, Boris Badenov, Statler, others), Skeet Ulrich (Duke, Alex Sector, Gary Redenbacher, Kano, others), Zeb Wells (Sagat, Segway, "Fattest Fat Loser" Announcer, Crypt Keeper, Larry, Himself, Curt Vaughan, Alfredo Linguini, Hobo), Eden Espinosa (Princess Adora, She-Ra, Judy Jetson, Little Red Riding Hood, Rihanna, Barbie, Thelma), Seth MacFarlane (Lion-O, Santa Claus, Announcer, Admiral Shane, Ken Carson, others), Tom Root (Beast Man, Hammond, Luke Duke, Tintin, Snarf, Yoshi, Predator, others), Quinton Flynn (Sir Topham Hatt, Swiper the Fox, Shield, Remy, Curly Washburn, others), Patrick Pinney (Prince Adam, He-Man, Monterey Jack, He-Man, Charlie Kenton, War Horse), Fred Tatasciore (Captain James T. Kirk, Dr. McCoy, Gorn, Rabbit, John Rambo, others), Rachel Bloom (Optimus Prime's Trailer, Orion Slave Girl, Ariel, others), Laura Ortiz (Dora Marquez, Rosie the Small Engine, Pammy Panda, Laa-Laa), Clare Grant (Kendra, Courtney, Mermaid, others), Stan Lee (Himself, Angry Driver)

Single-Episode Guest Stars: see bottom of Page 1 / Running Time: 223 Minutes (20 episodes) / Rating: TV-MA-L

1.78:1 Widescreen / Dolby TrueHD 5.1 (English) / Subtitles: English for Hearing Impaired; Extras Not Subtitled
Season 6 Originally Aired September 16, 2012 to February 17, 2013
Suggested Retail Price: $39.99 / Blu-ray Release Date: October 8, 2013
Single-sided, dual-layered disc (BD-50) / Blue Eco-Friendly Keepcase in Cardboard Slipcover
Also available on DVD ($29.98 SRP), Instant Video, and Instant Video HD

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"Robot Chicken" has become one of television's longest-running active series on the whiff of a premise and a handful of insignificant original characters. This stop-motion animated comedy premiered as a short-lived web short series in 2001, then was revived in 2005 on Adult Swim, its home ever since. It's a lenient home, one where shows needn't sweat ratings or standards & practices very much.
Virtually anything goes, so long as the show is making money and still being enjoyed by viewers of the late-night programming block of what during the day is Cartoon Network. "Robot Chicken" is still evaluated on those bases and renewed one season at a time, but eight years, six seasons, and 120 quarter-hour episodes later, it's still kicking and soon to return for at least another batch of 20 or so shows.

"Robot Chicken" is the creation of comedy actor Seth Green (Austin Powers, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Family Guy") and Matthew Senreich, a writer for action figure collector magazine ToyFare. It is a pastiche of pop culture, unfolding with sketches that run anywhere from a few seconds to a couple of minutes. Real figurines and original creations that look like them are brought to life in a crude but effective way enabling Green, Senreich, and their team of writers to skewer fictional universes and the occasional celebrity or historical person. Their interests lie in the things they grew up with, like animated television series, superheroes, and video games, but they cast a wide net and even tackle somewhat obscure properties unknown or forgotten by the general public.

The series has a sense of humor in line with Adult Swim's unhinged tastes. It's the rare sketch that doesn't involve farts, poop, pee, boobs, violence, masturbation, or sex. Those juvenile, off-color preoccupations and the over-the-top execution do prevent this show from reaching a wider audience or from simply serving up some nostalgia and satire to the masses. In reality, it's doubtful that the show could last this long or build as devoted a fanbase by simply poking gentle fun at yesteryear toys and 'toons. That approach worked for a while on VH1's popular "I Love the..." programs, but Adult Swim's audience expects and demands something edgier, slightly deranged and with sharpened teeth.

The Avengers mourn a loss in a Season 6 "Robot Chicken" episode. The Teletubbies join the Power Rangers in a 1990s-flavored sketch.

"Robot Chicken" meets those requirements. It may stop short of provoking the death threats of the most controversial "South Park" episodes, but it doesn't really shy from any other topics capable of shocking or offending. Season 6 includes depictions of Smurfs killing one another, a teenaged Dora the Explorer shoplifting booze and buying drugs, Muppets having sex, a beheading of Santa Claus, Walt Disney inviting teenagers to perform handjobs in his theme parks, Osama bin Laden dead of auto-erotic asphyxiation, and Jesus Christ swearing. It's not for weak stomachs, polite company, or cheery strolls down memory lane.

There's no getting around that design. One has to make peace with the fact that if Green, Senreich and company don't make these trivial, snarky observations about pop culture institutions, no one else on television will. There are nods and references in homage-heavy sitcoms and cut-away-happy shows like "Family Guy." But for something aspiring to nothing more than ribald revisitation of properties that have featured in the lives of most Americans for the past forty years or so, this is your only choice.

Speaking of which, Green and Senreich will both turn 40 in 2014, making them a tad old for the collegiate-type humor of this show. Nonetheless, each would be crazy not to ride this out for as long as they possibly can. Though their success on this series should open doors, it is a niche kind of success neither man seems certain to replicate on a regular basis. It's tough to imagine finding a better job than getting to write for all their favorite characters and playthings under the protection of fair use for parody.

The characters of Schoolhouse Rock provide adults with a much-needed refresher course on grammar and math. Michael Myers and Jason become BFFs in this "Robot Chicken" sketch.

The series has been served well by fearless irreverence, an approach that has already paid off in five officially sanctioned one-off specials made with the emphatic blessing of media empires like Lucasfilm and DC Comics, who also provide the staff with dream access to the archives and facilities of these influential universes.

Adding credibility to "Robot Chicken" sketches is the show's ability to get original talent to reprise their roles vocally as much as possible (e.g. where not in violation of active contract), though it'd probably be a lot cheaper and easier to have a voice actor attempt an imitation. Season 6 gets Christopher Lloyd to play Back to the Future's Doc Brown, Alex Winter as Bill of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Dave Foley doing A Bug's Life's Flik, all four principals from the live-action Scooby-Doo movies, and Whoopi Goldberg even voicing Celie Harris, her Oscar-nominated film debut in The Color Purple. At worst, they settle for having Tom Hanks' brother voice his Cast Away character.

Though a Season 7 premiere date has not yet been set, Warner Home Video and Adult Swim bring Robot Chicken's 2012-13 season to a two-disc DVD and a single-disc Blu-ray today.

Synopsizing any sketch show is no easy task, especially one where the sketches can run as short as just a few seconds. I've tried to briefly mention all the more substantial sketches, though "substantial" is relative, since outside of the last episode of each sketch (which is also usually the best), bits tend to run a minute at most.

Here they are, the morbidly-titled twenty episodes of Season 6:

Orville Redenbacher stands up to creepy children in "Children of the Popcorn." Lisbeth Salander, the girl with the dragon tattoo, makes a dark addition to the Scooby-Doo gang.

1. "Executed by the State" (11:22) (Originally aired September 16, 2012)
Inspector Gadget becomes a go-go dancer. The origin of Starbucks' mermaid logo. A time traveler from the vegetarian future warns of cow uprising.
Sabrina the Teenage Bitch. Top Gun gay panic. Road Runner drives Wile E. Coyote to suicide. M.A.S.K. headquarters in a desert gas station attracts those wanting gas. Officer Pixar Lamp coerces a confession. Stan Lee and Marvel superheroes make music from their sounds. Orville Redenbacher and his grandson Gary run into trouble in the fast-forwarded-through Children of the Popcorn. Defaced G.I. Joes strike back.

2. "Crushed by a Steamroller on My 53rd Birthday" (11:28) (Originally aired September 23, 2012)
Alvin and the Chipmunks have groupies. Captain America tries to save Christmas during an energy crisis with conservation tips. Lassie talks to an elderly Timmy. Old food served on a flight features in a Mr. T childhood memory. Satan appears on a talk show for a paternity surprise. Mary Poppins' unorthodox techniques are caught on a nanny cam. Woody Woodpecker walks through the hood. Scientists bringing back a dinosaur get Robbie Sinclair. G.I. Joes are assigned to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan.

3. "Punctured Jugular" (11:25) (Originally aired September 30, 2012)
A trailer promotes The Fast and the Furious: Obama Banned All the Cars. Polly Pocket becomes an accessories hoarder. Jem has sex and reveals her alternate persona. We get to see the life of Wilson the volleyball from Cast Away after he drifted away from Chuck Noland. Oddjob's runaway hat slices all obstacles in its path. A would-be suicide bomber is stuck with his vest on after there is no reason for an explosion. Astro Boy is introduced to disapproval. Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs shops for lotion. Gargamel is tried by Judge Joe Brown. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. After Velma is injured, the Scooby-Doo gang replaces her with the vengeful hacker Lisbeth Salander from The Girl in the Dragon Tattoo.

4. "Poisoned by Relatives" (11:21) (Originally aired October 7, 2012)
Shirt Tales get mixed up in World War II sky combat. Seal Team Six discovers bin Laden dead of auto-erotic asphyxiation. Dark Crystal. Talking snack cake King Ding Dong is executed but fights back. Kid thinks of eating "DuckTales" characters on chicken night. Predators. Miss Piggy, Mario, Garfield, and Winnie the Pooh compete on "The Fattest Fat Loser", a reality weight loss show with the anorexic Barbie as their trainer.

His purple stuff gone, Jesus has to settle for Sunny D. The Gummi Bears sort out the nature of their family-like relationship.

5. "Hurtled from a Helicopter into a Speeding Train" (11:17) (Originally aired October 14, 2012)
Sam Elliott narrates a series of three white wine promos. Ben-14 gets gifts for his 14th birthday. Elliott goes to E.T.'s home planet with him. A Passover meal gets an unexpected guest. A car dealer reveals the bloody origins of "horse power." Boys choose the "purple stuff" over Sunny D, with drastic consequences for them and Jesus. To Captain Planet's concern, the Planeteers plan to punish the United States government for the country's pollution.

6. "Disemboweled by an Orphan" (10:55) (Originally aired October 21, 2012)
The origins of aliens' anal probe. Gadget goes bottomless to her fellow Rescue Rangers' concern. Dune buggies. Mr. Miyagi. Lady raptors of Jurassic Park get sex changes. Frosty the Snowman becomes made of manure. The Dukes of Hazzard accept a speeding ticket. Skeletor and company crash He-Man's vacation.

7. "In Bed Surrounded by Loved Ones" (10:59) (Originally aired October 28, 2012)
Bill & Ted's selection of Genghis Khan is criticized. Gummi Bears sort out an issue. Steve gets replaced on "Blue's Clues." Lego neighbors have a dispute. Anti-wolf PSA. A space herpes diagnosis requires Captain Kirk to track down his old sexual partners.

A teenaged Dora the Explorer celebrates her Quinceañera in wild but still interactive fashion. E.T. helps the sick and injured in "E.T.: Emergency Terrestrial."

8. "Choked on Multi-Colored Scarves" (10:54) (Originally aired November 4, 2012)
Video game cartridges get blown. Cloud people intimidate a couple of daydreaming boys. HAL sings "Smell Yo Dick" to Dave Bowman. A downside to Real Steel's design is discovered. A long-winded sitcom premise is spelled out in song. The Nerd is a player in a first-person shooter game. Steven Spielberg ditches "Smash" to make a new movie remaking all his films in one epic war adventure.
Princess Adora and Spirit. Skeletor and Beast Man infiltrate a nursery disguised as babies.

9. "Hemlock, Gin and Juice" (11:01) (Originally aired November 11, 2012)
Superman's dog Krypto puts up a fight to getting neutered. A teenaged Dora the Explorer enjoys a wild Quinceañera Special. A ghost entertains on a Paranormal Activity-style surveillance video. Shirt Tales on a date. Richard Kimble's high jump is critiqued by judges. How the Angry Birds came to be. Kool-Aid Man doesn't come when called. A bad guy hijacks Thomas and Friends.

10. "Collateral Damage in Gang Turf War" (10:56) (Originally aired November 18, 2012)
Top Chef Sweden is violent. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Avengers talk around the water cooler about Black Widow. "E.T.: Emergency Terrestrial." Ariel and sisters shop for new clam shell bras. Godzilla attacks. Disneyland promotes an appealing quality for teenage couples. The Nerd finds himself in a zombie outbreak unable to use anything learned from "The Walking Dead."

A recycling bin monster next to Oscar the Grouch doesn't catch on over at Sesame Street. En route to The Grinch, The Nerd gets some wisdom from G.I. Joe comic book creator Larry Hama in "Robot Chicken's ATM Christmas Special."

11. "Eviscerated Post-Coital by a Six-Foot Mantis" (10:52) (Originally aired December 2, 2012)
Pinky and the Brain go wild on PCP. Toby, the now grown-up baby from Labyrinth, sees a therapist. A recycler monster annoys Oscars and the rest of Sesame Street. Mario and Luigi get rich with a coin-spouting box. A monster records his destruction. Rambo is tortured with Twilight readings, "Whitney", and the E.T. video game.

12. "Butchered in Burbank" (11:16) (Originally aired December 9, 2012)
The Smurfs radio show. The life of Pac-Man's romantic relationship unfolds in three shorts. Street Sharks distinguish themselves from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Creepy unicorn read-along book. A paradox saves a defecating man from robots. HBO's "Boardwalk Monopoly." Dracula is an awkward dinner guest. Ariel explores New York's East River. Robin Hood discovers a paradox. Buzz Lightyear learns the true meaning of "infinity and beyond." Dr. Seuss works are retooled to the disgruntlement of the characters.

13. "Robot Chicken's ATM Christmas Special" (11:05) (Originally aired December 16, 2012)
Santa Claus gets injured in his hurried, delirious Christmas Eve dream. A talking Christmas tree's short life is shown. Justin Bieber has a profane Christmas special. Santa fights Jason Bourne. G.I. Joes give Stormshadow a present. A Mortal Kombat fighter spends Christmas with the widow and family of a victim. The Nerd goes after the (live-action) Grinch, who robbed his family's Christmas presents.

Smurfette declares herself the new Papa Smurf at the conclusion of the Smurfs' Hunger Games. The Crypt Keeper tries to take HBO's cancellation of "Tales from the Crypt" in stride, with deathly puns.

14. "Papercut to Aorta" (11:07) (Originally aired January 6, 2013)
Waldorf loses his critical edge. Rocky and Bullwinkle look for work during the Great Depression. A man living in trees kills monkey who mock his bathroom habits. VH1 tackles Easter fetishes. The aftermath of having 101 Dalmatians isn't pretty. A sexy robot (voiced by Ke$ha) sings. Badtz-Maru returns to penguins not like him. A food shortage drives the Smurfs to their own Hunger Games.

15. "Caffeine-Induced Aneurysm" (11:04) (Originally aired January 13, 2013)
"America's Best Dance Crow" reality show. "Spartacus: The Birth" finds bloody slow-motion fighting right out of the womb. The titular helicopter from "Airwolf" becomes a hospital helicopter after the series ends. The Karate Kid's big fight has an unexpected result. An American werewolf in London proves to be a stereotypical tourist in three shorts. Duck Week on "iCarly" has major consequences for the world. Hansel and Gretel invade the Witch Cooking Network. The Crypt Keeper from "Tales from the Crypt" makes puns and looks for work after HBO ends his series. A rap about the genitals of Data from "Star Trek."

Back from the past, Doc Emmett Brown (with Cleopatra and Amelia Earhart) finally wins Marty McFly's approval of his vehicle. "Robot Chicken" creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and director Zeb Wells (center) get to voice themselves in the Season 6 finale's "Cabin in the Woods" parody.

16. "Eaten by Cats" (11:13) (Originally aired January 20, 2013)
Crash test dummies. Teletubbies join the Power Rangers. A young Star Wars fan gets pushed into his alphabet soup.
Thor's hammer cracks puns while taunting fellow Avengers weapons. Doc Brown returns from the future in various vehicles that don't meet Marty McFly's approval. A Care Bear hands out pamphlets. Hans Gruber has to explain John McClane's taunt to a henchman. PaRappa the Rapper wins a rap battle and runs with 50 Cent. A golem. Children of Men with Legos.

17. "Botched Jewel Heist" (11:05) (Originally aired January 27, 2013)
Mobsters kill their own peanut butter & jelly sandwich. Cruci-Fanfiction changes Jesus' fate on the Cross. A rapper flaunts his pescetarian lifestyle in song. Thundercats lose focus, as felines do. A scary movie for people with heart condition. Jason and Michael Myers team up and become BFFs. A Care Bear's phone sex line. Bearalis (bear roofies) are advertised. Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy take a stand against Goofy and Clarabelle's mixed species romance. Holidays do battle in a Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic future.

18. "Robot Fight Accident" (11:16) (Originally aired February 3, 2013)
The Wizard of Oz, Titanic, and Jack and Jill are released with twist endings. Zombie improv group. "Schoolhouse Rock" characters reteach grammar and math to adults. Pig hangman. The Jetsons deal with Alien aliens, after Elroy adopts one as a pet. The Nerd's niece and nephew disturb his Little Red Riding Hood-flavored dream. An Avengers stage musical has a dress rehearsal.

19. "Choked on a Bottle Cap" (11:06) (Originally aired February 10, 2013)
Titanic's extended ending shows what happened next for Jack Dawson. Cats go to a bar. Battlehump parodies Battleship's alien robot visitors. Short-lived bugs determined to reproduce makes it tough for the A Bug's Life gang to sleep. Thundercats are in heat. Realizing they're accessories, Ken and other Barbie men start a fight club and go nihilist.

20. "Immortal" (10:59) (Originally aired February 17, 2013)
Oompa Loompas try to quickly write rejection songs for Willy Wonka's young guests. An owl promotes Hooters, to dissent. Batman mistakenly attacks a birthday party clown. Ratatouille's food critic Anton Ego reveals a secret animal of his own under his hat. Warriors come out to play. Samson sends out pairs of foxes with torches. The season concludes with a long Adult Swim variation on The Cabin in the Woods, complete with a Zombie Joss Whedon (voiced by the real thing).

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Single Episode Guest Stars: Max Charles (Cruel Kid - Live-Action, School Kid), Kat Dennings (Scarlett, Gloria Baker, Katie, Evie Ethel Garland), Ben Foster (Orville Redenbacher, Time Traveler), Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina Spellman, Hilda Spellman), Jon Stewart (Serpentor, Matt Trakker), Emily Head (Mary Poppins, Bella Swan, Wife), Ellie Kemper (Tracy, Female Passenger), Shawn Patterson (Alvin Seville, Theodore Seville), J.B. Smoove (B.A. Baracus, Satan, God), Olivia Wilde (Rosemary Woodhouse, Groupie, Flight Attendant), Linda Cardellini (Velma Dinkley, Therapist), Keith Ferguson (Astro Boy, Judge Brown), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Daphne Blake, Jem, Cashier), Jim Hanks (Chuck Noland), Gillian Jacobs (Kelly Frear, Polly Pocket, Snow White, Lisbeth Salander), Matthew Lillard (Shaggy Rogers), Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Fred Jones), Vicki Davis (Rebellion Leader's Sister, Predator Wife), Megan Hilty (Barbie, Johnny's Mother), Zachary Levi (Ryu, Ken Masters, Tyg Tiger, Commander Edwards), Frank Welker (Megatron, Rebellion Leader, Scientist), Victor Yerrid (Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog), Billy Zane (King Ding Dong), Sam Elliott (White Wine Narrator, Commander Waspax, Reporter), Tamara Garfield (The Thing's Date, Jared's Wife), Mark Hamill (Jared's Boss, Tournament Announcer), Liz Loza (Gi, E.T.'s Date), John Moschitta, Jr. (Elrond, Azmuth), Britne Oldford (Linka, Raisin Groupie), Sarah Chalke (Harold's Wife, Raptor #1), Patrick Stewart (Gurney Halleck, Harold, Jerry the Alien), Cat Taber (Gadget, Raptor #2), Allison Janney (Grammi Gummi, others), Joe Lo Truglio (Ted Logan), Sarah Ramos (Sunni Gummi), Alex S. Winter (Bill S. Preston, Esq., Steve, Earl the Lego Man), Whoopi Goldberg (Celie Johnson, Spirit, Swift Wind, HAL 9000), Rachael MacFarlane (Castaspella, Katherine McPhee, Sitcom Singer, Eternian Nanny), Ashley Chaney (Mrs. Marquez), Keith David (Angry Birds Narrator, Bank Robber, Commentator), Kathryn Hahn (Party Girl, others), Daniel Radcliffe (Thomas the Tank Engine, Mullet Kid), Lake Bell (Black Widow, Ariel), Jon Bernthal (Hawkeye, Mayor of Demont), Madison Dylan (Gail Simmons, Princess Peach, Disneyland Announcer), Clare Grant (Woman), Nicholas Hoult (Captain America, Harry Potter), Robert Kirkman (Himself), Liev Schreiber (Iron Man, King Triton), Alex Borstein (Wonder Woman, Birdo), Maurice LaMarche (The Brain, Ricky Recyclebin, Psychiatrist), Christina Laskay (Princess Peach, Whitney Cummings, Girl), Alan Tudyk (Pinky), Rachael Leigh Cook (Pheasant, Woman #1), David Hasselhoff (Moolah, Street Sharks Narrator), Tom Hiddleston (Dr. Seuss Narrator, Killer Robot #1), George Lowe (Unicorn, Tron, Horton), David Morse (The Lorax, Robin Hood), Stanley Tucci (Rich Uncle Pennybags, Party Host), Elizabeth Banks (Mrs. Claus, Scarlett), Jacob Crofford, Lucas Grabeel (Justin Bieber, Danny, others), Larry Hama (Himself - Live-Action), Michaela Watkins (Nerd's Mom, Carol, Sarah Cage), Henry Winkler (Nerd's Dad, Jason Bourne, Christmas Tree), Lauren Ambrose (Natasha Fatale, Anita Radcliffe), Ke$ha (Sassette Smurfling, Sexy Robot Singer), Delroy Lindo (Dopey Smurf, Scorpion Cashier), Ben Schwartz (Scaredy Smurf, Roger Radcliffe, Toy Announcer), Jason Sudeikis (Farmer Smurf, Badtz-Maru), Lacey Chabert (Carly Shay, Mother Bird), Ashley Eckstein (Energizer Bunny's Wife, Girl), Ralph Macchio (Daniel LaRusso), Rhea Perlman (Crypt Keeper's Wife, Grandmother, Witch), Brent Spiner (Dr. Noonien Soong, Gondola Jack, Medic), William Zabka (Johnny Lawrence, Colonel Steven Shay, Werewolf), 50 Cent (Himself), Tamara Garfield (Lego Julian Taylor, Mother), Adrian Lester (Gun, Lego Man), Christopher Lloyd (Dr. Emmett Brown, Early Hacker), David Shaughnessy (Zordon), Lisa Breitman (Girl, Daughter), Sam Kwasman (Donald Duck), RZA (Himself, Strawberry, Halloween), Adam Scott (Care Bear, Father), Evan Rachel Wood (Minnie Mouse, Mother), Malin Akerman (Nerd's Niece, Black Widow), Judy Greer (Dorothy Gale, Jane Jetson), Rob Kazinsky (George Jetson), Eric McCormack (Zero, Captain America, Hawkeye), Kevin Shinick (Thor, Iron Man, Conjunction Junction Conductor), Dave Foley (Flik, Space Invader, Allan Sherwood), Sean Kenin (Male May Fly, Cow), Page Kennedy (Kirby, Cal Zapata), Katie Von Till (Rose DeWitt Bukater, Female May Fly), Clark Duke (Mike Lazzo, Man), Bill Farmer (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck), Krysten Ritter (Dana Polk), Dreama Walker (Jules Louden), Joss Whedon (Zombie Joss Whedon, Oompa Loompa, Father)

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Reviewed October 8, 2013.



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