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Robot Chicken is back for its Sixth Season of hilariously insane, wackadoodle, totally off the wall stop-motion animation! This season’s 20 brand spankin’ new episodes will flash images across your retinas and flood your brains with an overabundance of mind-melting pop culture spoofery that will most likely cause your head to explode and leave a stain on the couch that will never come out (sorry Mom)!


“Robot Chicken” got a shot in its arm between the latest Christmas and DC Special. As a result, the sixth season popped and showed off immense new talent. We’ve talked a great deal about web comic Rachel Bloom on the site and this season marked her addition to the writing talent. What I’ve noticed is that a lot of the sketches are skewing younger and we’re getting more female oriented jokes. It’s not bad, but there needs to be a balance between the Sectaurs and Polly Pocket jokes. I think we’re going to get that with the seventh season.

This season peaked with twenty episodes that balanced satire with musical talent. The material runs the gamut from easy jokes to more forced 80s bits. I guess you can say that about a lot of Robot Chicken’s material, but I see that the show is evolving Post Episode 100. They got Ke$ha involved and that’s when you know that you made it. Plus, she’s a killer singing robot. Each sketch was ridiculous in the extreme. They contained either violence, excessive stupidity, blood and guts gore or outright, sexually explicit crudeness. Personally, this is what stopped me from giving it a full 10/10. But despite the foulness of the skits, it still made me laugh out loud, which is obviously what it has done with many other people as the show has continued on for a total of 6 seasons so far.The Blu-Ray comes with commentaries, animatics, featurettes, deleted scenes, Digital Copy and various nuggets. The A/V Quality is pretty strong with a clean 1080p transfer. Plus, the Dolby TrueHD 5.1 track makes the soundstage come to life. I didn’t know that animated toy action could sound so immense. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase.

RELEASE DATE: 10/08/2013

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