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Robot Chicken: Season Two [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
More stop motion, action figure insanity from Seth Green 4 Sept. 2007
By N. Durham - Published on
Format: DVD
The second season of Robot Chicken, created by geek-god Seth Green, continues the stop motion, action figure starring insanity that made the groundbreaking first season of the show so entertaining. If you enjoyed the first season of the show, you should know what to expect here: skits ranging from Star Wars to classic TV shows and cartoons, to politically charged moments, celebrity-aimed knocks, to just plain blink and you miss it insanity. However, there are some misses to this season, including a segment starring both Corey Haim and Corey Feldman as themselves, which is almost painful to watch. The good however, greatly outweighs the bad, as we see a crazed Ted Turner (not voiced by himself) masquerade around as Captain Planet, Barney the purple dinosaur looking for love, Castro playing "Dance, Dance, Revolution", a fantastic Highlander spoof starring the current day teen queens, and plenty, plenty more to boot. Also like the first season of the show, there is a horde of voice talent to be found with the second season of Robot Chicken, including Green, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Scarlet Johansson, Charlize Theron, Paul Rudd, David Hasselhoff, Seth MacFarlane, Christian Slater, Phyllis Diller, Breckin Meyer, Miguel Ferrer, Dana "Master Shake" Snyder, Dan Milano, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Michelle Trachtenberg, Ginnifer Goodwin, Macaulay Culkin, Bruce Campbell, Peter Gallagher, Emma Caulfield, Melanie Griffith, Gene Simmons, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman, Weird Al, Kelly Hu, Roddy Piper, and Hulk Hogan. There's a great selection of special features to be found on this two disc set, and yes, like it says on the cover, season two of Robot Chicken is uncensored, and even funnier than you may think it would be without the bleeps. All in all, even for casual Adult Swim viewers, season two of Robot Chicken is a must own.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Fun show, great features, but let it be known.... 3 Sept. 2007
By Christopher V. Shuler - Published on
Format: DVD
The Archie sketch is deleted from the "Veggies for Sloth" episode. Yep, another sketch gone because of legal trouble, just like the Teen Titans sketch from season 1. Also, some of the episodes still have bleeps in them, and are not truly uncensored like the box says. Other than that, the dvd is good.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Robot Chicken: Season Two (uncensored) 19 July 2009
By S. Fountaine - Published on
Format: DVD
For those of you who don't already know, Robot Chicken is a 15 minute long stop-motion animation series that airs on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The show's animation and writing is a big part of why this show is so awesome. This DVD includes all 20 episodes of the second season of Robot Chicken on two discs and includes some great special features.

1. Suck it
2. Easter Basket
3. 1987
4. Celebrity Rocket
5. Federated Resources
6. Dragon Nuts
7. Cracked China
8. Rodiggiti
9. Password: Swordfish
10. Massage Chair

Special Features:
1. Deleted Scenes
2. Adult Swim Promos
3. The Making of a Sketch
4. Christmas Special
5. Deleted Audio
6. Friendly Fire Nurf War*( This is not openly displayed in the extras menu, instead, the link is in one of the hash-marks in the background)

11. Metal Militia
12. Veggies for Sloth
13. Sausage Fest
14. Drippy Pony
15. The Munnery
16. Adoption's an Option
17. Day at the Circus
18. Lust for Puppets
19. Anne Marie's Pride
20. Book of Corrine

Special Features:
1. Animation Meetings
2. Deleted Animatics
3. PS3 Contest
4. Slide Show
5. Video Blogs

All 20 of the episodes on the discs come with commentary from Seth Green, Tom Root, animators, writers, and others who helped work on Robot Chicken.

Robot Chicken Season Two is hilarious from beginning to end and is definitely a great addition to any collection.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Robot Chicken Season Two 5 Oct. 2007
By Thomas M. Mcnicholas - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Great DVD set for Adult humor. These will be considered classics in the future. The DVD's are great quality and but wish that they could have a break from the opening sequences and just play the skits that way they can get more on a single DVD that way.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
...a brilliant variation on the art of social satire. 4 Sept. 2007
By dee toon fiend - Published on
Format: DVD
I can't say enough for this series! I laughed so hard at the 'Star Wars' parodies, I gave myself an asthma attack! Seriously, it brings to mind the scorching, dead on satire of Mad and National Lampoon magazines in the '60's and '70's, such as the Barbie and Ken reality photoplays. RB's creators have given us a brilliant variation on the art of social as well as political satire. The flight-suited George Bush doll says it all. And, all the while you watch this, no matter how good the writing or the artwork, you still see in the back of your mind a bunch of grown men playing with their 'collectable' toys. And that's what makes Robot Chicken such a hit!
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