The animation style is somewhat similar to that of ; the artistic style is influenced by and. He is neither liked nor disliked by the classmates. Those able to track down and watch it will admit that, despite having an appealing aesthetic and a few decent episodes, it was one of the more forgettable and that it's short run was justified. Opening The opening sequence of the show, in which Robot Jones is assembled in a factory and then inserted into a schoolbus, is a homage to the opening sequence of 1980s children's show , which starts with a similar animation of children being assembled in a factory and poured into a schoolbus. Poor Robot Jones couldn't find a spot to stay for more than a couple of weeks. Alright, I know what you're all thinking: Whatever Happened to Robot Jones is something that was made in 2002; it's a twenty-first century cartoon and does not really belong on Retro Junk.
She is unaware that Robot has a crush on her and typically finds him more of an annoyance than anything else. Food Robot does not seem to be capable of converting food into fuel and instead requires direct fuel. Lenny is voiced by and Denny is voiced by Austin Stout. Don't get me wrong, some shows have probably done this concept once before, but usually it's always with digital ink and paint. He is quite a fanatic to rock music.
I liked this cartoon for the look and feel, it was animated like 'School House Rock' and some stylized shows made around that time but after the novelty wore off the show was a bit boring. While water does not damage him, if he comes into contact with water, he might electrically shock others. Their relationship is mainly one-sided. They wear red hats that resembles the 1980s band 's hats, yellow shirts and black sneakers. His favorite subject is Math. Principal Madman Voiced by: pilot , series The principal of Polyneux Middle School who has nothing but contempt for Robot Jones. Vacuum Friend July 19, 2002 3 Cube Wars Sickness July 26, 2002 4 Parents Embarrassment August 2, 2002 5 Politics Growth Spurts August 9, 2002 6 Jealousy Scantron Love September 13, 2002 Season 2: 2003 Segment A Segment B Original air date 7 Gender Math Challenge October 3, 2003 8 Family Vacation Hair October 10, 2003 9 The Garage Band Work Order October 17, 2003 10 The Yogmans Strike Back Hookie 101 October 24, 2003 11 House Party School Newspaper October 31, 2003 12 Safety Patrol Popularity November 7, 2003 13 Summer Camp Rules of Dating November 14, 2003 Copyright: Whatever Happened To Robot Jones? Later the same day as all of the school kids are eating lunch, the principle trips on a wire which he later finds out is Robots charger cable.
I wish it had a longer run, and more advertising, but it's too late to make these decisions now. It had a pilot which aired on June 16, 2000. . She is voiced by Grey DeLisle. This knowledge is incomplete when interacting with humans. While won the contest with 57% of the vote, Robot Jones came in second place with 23% and was given its own series run beginning on July 19, 2002.
His brain is a giant light bulb. The executives didn't give a crap about this show because it didn't win the Big Pick so that makes sense about why they were lazy with it. James Nob enjoys Robot's patronage until Robot overloads and ends up damaging nearby machines. An 'M' is on the center of his T-shirt. Okay, I forgot to explain: Robot Jones didn't have a true voice actor. In some episodes he would be tormented by genius twin brothers who look nothing alike Lenny and Denny Yogman respectively and Austin Stout. Robot experimented with a way to modify his height but the design was initially unstable and he postponed increasing his height.
After finding out it was Robot Jones, he gives him three months detention for tripping him, which angers Robot Jones so much that he starts malfunctioning and scares away everyone. Workout knew how to keep Robot clean and hygienic was to send him to the shower room along with the human classmates. He sometimes does not understand the lessons while other times he has proven to be smarter than the teachers themselves. The show is the 12th series to fall under the label. Upgrade Breadwinners rockets as you defeat more and more robots.
He has one hand, wears a tie and in his focus on tasks he often gets into shenanigans such as smashing through walls. Gramps Unit Voiced by: MacInTalk Zarvok Robot Jones' grandfather. But hey: they let it air, so why not support the dang show; it's helping you get money for Pete's sake. The lightbulb on his head looks slightly different. Or maybe they could have went with the video game approach like this. This show ran from June 5, 2002, to November 14, 2003.
He is voiced by 's 'Ralph' voice, who in recent years has become famous for 'starring' in. He becomes popular or unpopular when something happens to him and the other students do not understand it is unintentional. What's to say about Robot Jones? And this show does fit into Retro Junk pretty good because, well it wasn't exactly made in the eighties, it certainly referenced it enough to be worthy of having a place here. Honestly, though, this girl would probably not be able to date any other boys in this show due to her unfortunate overbite, gigantic braces and robotic leg so I don't see why she wouldn't settle for Robot Jones in this scenario. And one more thing about it before we go into the complicated stuff: the advertising. His eyes are obscured by his long hair.
McMcMc is Robot Jones' math teacher. It did bring back memories of seeing shows that were stylized like this when I was a kid, in the 80's they were still being shown regularly so I saw a lot of them when I was younger. Music Robot can play musical instruments, such as the piano and the keyboard, but does not like to practice. The show centers on Robot Jones, a robotic teenager attending a suburban middle school. She has a metal leg and a very large orthodontic appliance surrounding her head. Though I do like his name: Bobby Block. Workout voiced by Dee Bradley Baker is the Gym teacher of Polyneux Middle School.
Voice Robot's default voice sounds similar to Macintalk Junior. His blocky head is also pale pink instead of gray and there are three black bolts holding his lightbulb 'brain' in place. He later decided to upgrade his voice to sound even more human-like, similar to Finkman's voice. Whenever the day ends he adds to his memory called Data Log Entry something he learns through the experience. The show centers around a robotic 12-year-old kid named Robot Electro Jones. She seems to generally have a no-nonsense attitude.