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Robot Chicken is a claymation comedy/satire series created by Seth Green for Adult Swim, Cartoon Network's late-night program block. The show is rated TV-MA, equivalent to R in movies, although some episodes are rated TV-14.
- 8 Carrot - In a parody of 8 Mile, Daffy Duck holds a rap contest between Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Porky Pig (voiced by Bob Bergen reprising the role) also appears as the DJ for the contest.
- Illegal Alien Problems - Sylvester, Speedy Gonzales and Slowpoke Rodriguez appear.
- Conan's Big Fun - Wile E. Coyote appears.
- Suicide Season - In this parody, Elmer says that Warner Bros. won't let him use a gun anymore because of gun violence concerns in the real world. Elmer decides to teach them a lesson by committing suicide, and puts his shotgun's barrel into his mouth.
- The 90's Revisited - Pinky and the Brain appear.
- Wile E. Piphany - After another attempt failed at catching the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote becomes depressed, and apparently commits suicide with a plastic bag and duct tape. The Road Runner comes to Wile E's funeral and, suddenly, Wile E hides behind a fake setting, reveals himself to be alive, and torches the Road Runner with a flamethrower. Back at his abode, Wile E eats the charred Road Runner, and communicates to the viewers via signs, "In case you were wondering, yes, I have an erection."
- The Same Thing Every Night - Parody of Pinky and the Brain.
- Porky's - Bugs and Daffy appear.
- Wooper - Elmer Fudd appears as a hunter who has cartoon characters 30 years in the future sent to him. Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam and Porky Pig also make appearances and get shot by Elmer. It is a parody of Sony's 2012 TriStar film Looper.
- Animaniac Kama Sutra - Yakko Warner from Animaniacs appears, and, similar to how he sings every country in the world in the segment Yakko's World, sings all the poses of the Kama Sutra. Dot Warner also appears at the end.
- Not Enough Women - Bugs Bunny takes his cross-dressing to the next level. Elmer Fudd and Tweety also appear.
- Welcome to the Golf Jam - A parody of Space Jam is seem, entitled Golf Jam and starring Tiger Woods alongside characters from DiC cartoons who are challenged to a game of golf against a group of elderly aliens. Hammerman (M.C. Hammer) also sings a parody of "Welcome to the Space Jam."