My Life as a Teenage Robot

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My Life as a Teenage Robot

My Life as a Teenage Robot is an animated television series, produced by Frederator Studios for the Nickelodeon cable channel.

MLaaTR stars a 6-foot tall robot girl named XJ-9, but she likes to call herself "Jenny". "Jenny" lives in the town of Tremorton, in the year of 2072. "Jenny" likes to go to the mall, fit in at high school, and hang out with her friends Brad and Tuck, instead of saving the world. Her creator (a.k.a. mom) Mrs. Wakeman wants her to stay away from the human race, even teenagers. Brad likes what "Jenny" does, but his brother, Tuck, doesn't care for action. When "Jenny" is at high school, she would chill with the Krust Cousins, Brit and Tiff, who secretly do not like her. Also, a boy named Sheldon would stare at "Jenny" for hours, (he's in love with her) but "Jenny" loves a robot named the Silver Shell (he was created by Sheldon, who controlled him from inside like the Power Rangers' Zords), but then later disliked him for being a spy. Brit and Tiff Krust also do not like "Jenny" for being what she is. "Jenny" also has a problem with the Cluster (an evil robot clan ruled by another robot named Vexus, voiced by Eartha Kitt), because they want to get "Jenny" to be part of the Cluster. So "Jenny" can't get her life evened out, but she does what she can.

The series was based on the Oh Yeah! Cartoons short "My Neighbor was a Teenage Robot" and was created by Rob Renzetti. This show first aired on August 1, 2003


Episode list in chronological order

Oh Yeah! Cartoon - My Neighbor was a Teenage Robot

  1. It Came From Next Door / Pest Control
  2. Raggedy Android / Class Action
  3. Attack of the 5 1/2 Foot Geek / Doom with a View
  4. Ear No Evil / Unlicensed Flying Object
  5. Party Machine / Speak No Evil
  6. See No Evil / The Great Unwashed
  7. Return of Raggedy Android / The Boy who Cries Robot
  8. Sibling Tsunami / I Was a Preschool Dropout
  9. Hostile Makeover / Grid Iron Glory
  10. Dressed to Kill / Shell Game
  11. Daydream Believer / This Time, With Feeling
  12. Saved by the Shell / Tradeshow Showdown
  13. The Wonderful World of Wizzly / Call Hating
  14. A Robot for All Seasons (Christmas Special)
  15. Future Shock / Humiliation 101
  16. Last Action Zero / Mind over Matter
  17. Love 'Em or Leash 'Em / Teen Team Time
  18. Pajama Party Prankapalooza / Sister Sledgehammer
  19. Dancing in My Shell / Around the World in Eighty Pieces
  20. Armagedroid / Killgore
  21. Crash Pad Crash / Robot Wars


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Brit and Tiff Krust trying to short Jenny out

The Cluster

"Jenny" was first invited to The Cluster in a very friendly way. Now, she is ambushed by its queen, Vexus, to join The Cluster. Vexus is not easy to point out, she comes in forms of humans and other robots. When she comes out of her disguise, she is a robot that looks similar to a queen bee and she always adresses "Jenny" as Jennifer. When she is defeated, Vexus slashes something (usually electronical) and turns into the portal to Cluster. When "Jenny" opens it again, it is no longer the portal to The Cluster. The Cluster is a place where robots live and make plans to make the human race their slaves, as she feels the robots of the universe have suffered "discrimination" and "unequal treatment" by humans. And one of the uses for human slave labor is to make "Clustard", a frozen yogurt treat concocted by the Clusterians. So far, they only took control of Jenny twice. Many more attempts to ensnare her will occur.

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