A 12 minute long show on Cartoon Network created by Seth Green. Many of the longer skits use 80s/early 90s pop culture icons such as GI Joe, Transformers, Thunder Cats, Smurfs, Voltron, etc... action figures, dolls, or claymation to act out the skits as well as even further past or current pop culture characters.
The skits can last anywhere from a few seconds to the majority of an episode with the shorter skits consisting of absolute random hilarity, ex: an alien pulling down a farmers pants then flying away, a gorilla sniffing his nose after putting it near his butt, a robot dry humping his dryer, etc...
Robot Chicken is best viewed when high as a kite.
A videogame franchise consisting of stealth gameplay. Inferior to the Metal Gear Solid franchise (which started the genre) in both it's boring, stereotypical storyline and trial and error and no head shots detecting gameplay. It has to rely on coming out year after to attempt to improve its shortcomings as opposed to every 3 years like Metal Gear Solid does.
The cheesy subtitles in the Splinter Cell games might as be changed to year numbers.