Robot Chicken Season 2 UK DVD
ROBOT CHICKEN is back and this time itâ€™s personal! Season 2 of the toy murderinâ€™, attention-span shatterinâ€™ TV series comes to DVD on the 28th September 2009.
A special edition box-set containing seasons 1, 2 and the never-seen-before season 3 will also be available on 28th September.
Created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, Robot Chicken Season 2 is a no-holds-barred assault on popular culture featuring celebrity abuse and doll-on-doll violence. Utilising stop-motion animation Robot Chicken Season 2 is 20 fifteen minute episodes of fastly-paced sketches. This series no celebrity is safe from the Robot Chicken treatment.
ROBOT CHICKEN SEASONS 1, 2 & 3 feature an impressive list of vocal talent from creator Seth Green and features a slew of regular guest stars such as Seth McFarlane (Family Guy), Scarlett Johansson, Ashton Kutcher, Zac Efron, Vince Vaughan, Snoop Dogg and Christian Slater. Highlights of Season 2 include Lindsay Lohan entering the world of Highlander and decapitating Hilary Duff, Bugs Bunny goes Hip Hop with Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd and Dr Dre make a comic nod toandâ€˜8 Mileâ€™, George Bush discovers he has Jedi powers, The Foo Fighters forge an unlikely alliance (with who?) and tribute is paid to Michael Jackson in a zombie Thriller show downâ€¦.
Following the recent DVD release of ROBOT CHICKEN: STAR WARS EPISODE 2 which entered the TV charts in the number No. 1 spot.
ROBOT CHICKEN SEASONS 1,2 & 3 feature every episode of the Emmy Award-winningÂ show. This special edition brings all the hilarity of Robot Chicken in one hit. Featuring all the regular voices and more celebrity cameoâ€™s than you can mention in one release! Highlights from season 3 include Sarah Michelle Geller pedaling a Japanese yeast infection cream, Albert Einstein and his wife have coupleâ€™s therapy and voice over artist has trouble while cutting a Michael Bay trailer as his voice is drowned out by constant explosions!
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