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Vegetable Funfest (Robot Chicken episode)

Vegetable Funfest is the sixth episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.

List of Skits

Farting the National Anthem

With the song Yankee Doodle Dandy in the background, a man dressed like Uncle Sam farts the National Anthem. He ends up crapping himself while doing it.

Snail Rides a Turtle

A snail enjoys the speed of a turtle, riding on its back.

It's Your Baby

A distraught woman claims "It's your baby", and Douglas is less than amused.

Chainsaw Surgeon

A surgeon, not satisfied with using regular scissors, opts for a chainsaw instead.

Spoilers

A man sitting in a leather chair in front of a fireplace states that instead of sitting through all of that "Hollywood crap", you can enjoy the excitement of a "twist ending" by watching just the spoilers.

Secrets of many films are given:

*The Crying Game
*Star Wars
*Sleepaway Camp
*The Village

After the clips he says he's just 3 ducks in a man costume.

That Was Close

Following the "twist endings" the stereotypical fruit stand that's usually hit during a movie car chase is spared. The vendor, however, is not, as he's hit with a safe being dropped on him.

Corndog Audience

A woman, eating a corndog has a highly interested audience of men.

Beavis and Butt-head Join Teen Titans

The Teen Titans, after losing a battle against a monster, decide to "strengthen" their roster by adding Beavis and Butt-Head. It naturally turns out for the worst, as Beavis and Butt-Head fail their only assignment, choosing to eat nachos instead of helping the Titans fight the monster. This sketch is not included in the Robot Chicken season 1 DVD, due to legal reasons with Mike Judge, but will be included in the second season DVD. (It was said that the episode would be on the season 2 DVD, but the sketch is nowhere to be found on the DVD.)

Hunting Dog Heart Attack

A hunting dog, scared by the hunter's shotgun blast, suffers a heart attack.

Sore Loser

An adult, losing a chess game to a child, overturns the game board, saying "Feh, you little bastard."

Nun & Bicycle

A nun contemplates a bicycle, especially after she takes off its seat.

Benny Hill Funeral

In a retrospective, we are taken back to witness Benny Hill's funeral - complete with silly chase scene, a spoof of Yakety Sax, and scantily clad women.

Served!

Two guys in a restaurant have the wait-staff yell "Served!" at them multiple times.

The Time of the Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin of Peanuts fame finally shows when Linus invokes it in a black magic ritual. The Great Pumpkin turns out to be not quite what he expected, and he screams in terror.

The next day Lucy and Charlie Brown are playing their usual game of football. Charlie decides at the last second to kick Lucy instead of falling for her usual trick ("That's for years of humiliation, bitch!"). The act causes Lucy to tumble into Linus' pumpkin patch, discovering his mutilated remains. The police are of no help to the children, mostly because they cannot decipher the adults' odd manner of speaking ("That 'wah-wah-wah' crap" as Charlie grumbles).

What is left of Linus is buried in his security blanket. Sally throws herself into the grave, and is buried by Pig-Pen. Marcie and Peppermint Patty console one another with a loving embrace and long kiss, much to Charlie's chagrin.

Meanwhile, the Great Pumpkin continues to stalk and kill all of the children, and only Charlie Brown left. Fortunately, he is saved at the last second when the creature is finally vanquished by the Kite-Eating Tree. As Charlie thinks of his departed friends, we see the dead children, Snoopy, and Woodstock enjoying their "eternal rest", as they dance to Schroeder's piano playing in hell with Satan.

Cast/Voice actors

Stoop!d Monkey

The monkey has doused himself in gasoline and is holding a lit match.

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