Zero Vegetables: Robot Chicken, 08×06 & Old Man on the Mountain: Mike Tyson Mysteries, 02×05

Its Monday!!

Hey guys, its your girl KrisSimsters and once again its Monday!! Last week, we got a small break because Thanksgiving and next week is Robot Chicken‘s Christmas episode and I am excited. Speaking off, did you know that both Robot Chicken and Mike Tyson Mysteries came on last night? Well did you look at it, because if not, then you go find them under Adult Swim according to your VOD. For everybody who did watch it, lets get started with this recap!!



1). Deadly Skip-It: Remember when your Mom told you to to stand too close to the Skip-It? Well, mama does know best.

2). 50 Shades of Bags: Robot Chicken tells us how much of a money whore Amanda Steele was by replacing Christian Grey with the Monopoly man.

3). Dance and Die: To dance or not to dance that is the question. But the bigger question is to whether or not make dancing illegal.

4). Naughty Mrs. Buttersworth: I can’t even go near my bottle of Mrs. Buttersworth after this skit.

5). Michael Bay’s Dick: Michael Bay thinks with his dick and everybody knows it.

6). The Mystery of the Missing Sandwich: After a half-sandwich goes missing, two men try to convince the obvious villain that he obviously took the sandwich.  Even though the obvious villain killed 6 million Jews.

7). Submitted For the Approval of the Midnight Society: So no matter how riduclous it might sound, every time you start a scary story, you always have to say; “Submitted for the Approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story, The Tale…” Just say it.

8). Peeing Kong: You have to make sure you walk King Kong every hour or he’ll have a major accident.

9). Salem Bitch Hunt: Bitch Pudding makes a comeback during the Salem Witch Trails while she tries to keep herself innocent by throwing others under the bus. Classic Bitch Pudding.



Well, Pigeon DID call Shotgun

The episode starts out with Mike finding a pigeon (not Pigeon-pigeon, but a pigeon who can’t talk) some orange chicken. Does he know that he’s basically making them eat their own cousins? He knows that their eating their own cousins, but he doesn’t know that he’s feeding it to them…as usual. Marquess is drinking wine (though its really vodka) and Pigeon is sitting poolside when another pigeon tries to mate with him, but Pigeon won’t have that. Yung Hee calls Marquess out on his drinking, but its the weekend so its whatever.

The Mike Tyson Mystery Team has to choose between two mysteries, though they both sound depressing. The first mystery involves a siblings trying to decide whether or not to put their 96-year-old father in a nursing home, fearing that it might make him lose the will to live. The second mystery involves a family about to love their home because the husband got laid off, and the wife would go back to work, but she was just injured and her face got burned off in a fire. Both of these are depressing as hell, but the Mystery Team chooses the 96-year-old father because its the lesser of two evils.

Once they arrive in Denver, Marquess tries to tell a Pigeon-joke, but it was just awful. And he was drunk too, so it just made the joke worst. Mike says that Alex is right-remember this people-to put his father in a nursing home, given the circumstances. When they get back to the house, Mike says that Elsa is right and says that their Dad needs independence. So Mike doesn’t know who’s right or who’s wrong, not that I blame him. Then Mike says that the old man should live with the Mystery Team and that definitely won’t work.

When everybody gets to the cabin, they see that the father has frozen to death, but they soon realize that the father is a Neo-Nazi, but that’s not the weirdest part. The father soon comes back to life after Marquess says that he’s half-Jewish thanks to his mother, but that’s not the weirdest part. The weirdest part in this whole episode is that the father actually dies, by  yeti who grabs him by his head and EATS HIM!! The ride back from the cabin is very silent, not even Pigeon’s joke about shotgun can kill the mood.

The after-credit scene features the Real Mike Tyson talking about skiing and that the difficult part was stopping. Stopping on anything other than a car is complicated.



This was a good week for both Robot Chicken and Mike Tyson Mysteries. I enjoyed Mike Tyson Mysteries more this week than I have for awhile. Next week’s Robot Chicken is the Christmas special and next week’s Mike Tyson Mysteries will be the negative review episode.

I got a feeling that Mike Tyson Mysteries will be ending soon, I hope not though because the show is too good for it to be so short in episodes and then waiting at least a year for new episodes. Its time for me to go now, so my name is KrisSimsters and I’ll see you next time!!

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