Seth Green Shocked By 'Robot Chicken' Success
Actor Seth Green is stunned his animated TV comedy Robot Chicken has reached 100 episodes, branding the show's success "super surreal."
The sketch series, which parodies pop culture conventions using stop-motion animation of toys and action figures, launched in 2005, and Green is astounded it has enjoyed seven years on air because it was always his "side project".
He tells The Canadian Press, "It's super surreal... because this was just never meant to be something that actually was a show, let alone a series, let alone a long-running series."
"This was such a side project. This was such a silly thing that we wanted to make. It evolved into something that other people were watching, and so we realized we were making it for all of us. We didn't expect anything."
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