Our pal, The Robot Chicken of the acclaimed series, "Robot Chicken", has FINALLY escaped (I'll repeat again to make sure you know as it happens in the front of the episode and isn't seen here) the clucktches of the nefarious and evil/evil lab coat or maybe surgeon vest with f%cked up eyes ma...doct..profes...Video Nanny also known as Fritz Huhnmörder!
After watching infomercials all day and night, FOXNews, Nancy Grace, Oprah, Dr. Phil, All of the Judge "fill in name here" shows, every reality show produced by NBC, CBS, or FOX in Prime-time, EVERY Soap Opera, Morning Shows, So, SO, So many more shows from Disney to PBS, and then finally the one that broke him...that made him realize he had to escape before the end came...Season 4 of True Blood (really, what is going on there?!?).
So he escaped and got to his house, but it apparently all wasn't well...and that is were we come in...
As added by @dingens
, this little fight scene may be the inspiration for this stop-motion animation feature's violence extravaganza, which you can find HERE (new window)
; thanks to @bizinichi
for Sifting this scene for us.
BTW, This was the 100th Episode of Robot Chicken. It was a pretty fun episode with lot's of poking fun at itself for one thing. That is VERY evident in this animation sequence too. Lots of fun little "tie-ins" for this episodes super finale. They brought back many of the shows favorite characters, gave them their moment and even let them change a few things and then, well you'll see, it's great fun and perhaps one of their best sequences ever made. I think their Star Wars ones also rival the scope and shear amount of detail and loving time, put into these many pieces by Seth Green and Company over all these years.
Oh and skillful channel was included for this OH so deserved title over-time--I think this is the piece to put it with considering it's length and ambitious ideas realized and the fact they included the the production and executive cast in it as well to enjoy in the fun with everyone else and the fact it is on their 100th episode, a celebration within itself!
Great job Robot Chicken, for giving so many laughs over the years (and more to come we always wish as fans)!