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Logo descriptions by Reactor37654, V of Doom and StephenCezar15
Editions by V of Doom


Background: Stoopid Monkey is the vanity card of Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, creators of the Robot Chicken stop-motion animated series.


1st Logo
(2005-2009)

Nickname: "Stoopid/Stupid Monkey!"

Logo: Every episode of Robot Chicken displays one of many still Stoopid (spelled Stoop!d) Monkey production logos following the credits; each depicts a cartoon monkey performing an obviously foolish and/or life threatining activity (or the aftermath of one) as Seth Green says "stupid monkey!" in an amused tone. Each Stoopid Monkey card is drawn by artist/actor Adam Talbott.

Variants:
  • Junk in the Trunk: He is about to hit his tail with a hammer.
  • Nutcracker Sweet: He is smoking an entire pack of cigarettes in his mouth.
  • Gold Dust Gasoline: He is about to whack a beehive with a stick.
  • Plastic Buffet: He is drinking a gallon of bleach.
  • Toyz in the Hood: He is sticking one hand in a blender while turning it on with the other.
  • Vegetable Funfest: He has doused himself in gasoline and is holding a lit match.
  • A Piece of the Action: He is being cooked by an island native.
  • The Deep End: He has just pulled the pin from a hand grenade.
  • S&M Present: He is holding a banana in his hand and a gun in his mouth.
  • Badunkadunk: He is looking at a world history book upside down.
  • Toy Meets Girl: He is running with scissors.
  • Midnight Snack: He is being cooked by an island native again.
  • Atta Toy: He is about to bite his own tail.
  • Joint Point: He is sticking his index finger up his nose and it comes out of an ear.
  • Kiddie Pool: He is climbing into the mouth of a crocodile.
  • Nightmare Generator: He is about to drop a toaster into his bathtub.
  • Operation: Rich in Spirit: He has his head in a toilet.
  • The Sack: He is eating his own brain.
  • That Hurts Me: He is about to sever his tongue with a blade.
  • The Black Cherry: He is nothing more than a skull.
  • Suck It: He has a test tube of bird flu in his face.
  • Federated Resources: He is about to chop his head off in a guillotine.
  • Easter Basket: He has blown himself up.
  • Celebrity Rocket: He is pressing the big red button while a mushroom cloud appears out of the window behing him.
  • Dragon Nuts: He has jumped off a cliff with homemade wings strapped to his arms.
  • 1987: He is eating poison oak leaves.
  • Cracked China: He has severed his head with a hedge trimmer.
  • Rodigitti: He shaved off most of his fur with a razor.
  • Massage Chair: He has fallen in love with a python.
  • Password: Swordfish: He is hitting on a female monkey and her ape boyfriend is behind him
  • Adoption's an Option: His face is shown above his scientific name "Simian Stoopidicus".
  • The Munnery: He is walking away from a fish bowl with a goldfish hanging from the end of his fishing rod.
  • Metal Militia: He is throwing darts with one stuck in his right eye.
  • Veggies for Sloth: He has been impaled with a chainsaw from behind.
  • Sausage Fest: He is about to stick his finger in an empty light bulb socket.
  • Drippy Pony: He has been run over by a car after trying to get across the road with a chicken.
  • Day at the Circus: He has poked a pool cue in his right eye.
  • Lust for Puppets: He has inked an upside-down tattoo onto his chest.
  • Donkey Punch: He has stuck his hand into a meat grinder.
  • Book of Corrine: There are two variations in this episode: 1. He is tangled up in tape. "Please Stand By, We are Experiencing Technical Difficulties" is posted below him along with the adult swim logo. 2. He is hanging from a tree branch in one hand while sawing it off with the other.
  • Werewolf vs. Unicorn: He is holding up a sign that reads "War is the Answer."
  • Squaw Bury Shortcake: He is holding a knife in his hand and an octopus on his head at the sushi bar.
  • Rabbits on a Roller Coaster: He has fallen to a giant carnivorous monkey eating plant.
  • Tapping a Hero: He is holding a bow and arrow in his eye.
  • Shoe: He is feeding the animals when the sign says "Don't Feed the Animals" and has also lost a paw as a result.
  • Endless Breadsticks: He is eating from a kitty litter box.
  • Yancy the Yo-yo Boy: He attempted to eat a pufferfish.
  • More Blood, More Chocolate: He's wearing an "I'm with stupid" shirt that indicates himself.
  • Celebutard Mountain: He's chasing a butterfly off a cliff.
  • Moesha Poppins: He's attempting to steal a banana that belongs to a very large gorilla.
  • Ban on the Fun: He has fallen in love with a cactus.
  • Losin' the Wobble: He's focusing the sun's rays with a magnifying glass into his eye.
  • Slaughterhouse on the Prairie: He's in a giant condor's nest holding an egg, with the bird about to swoop down on him with his talons.
  • Robot Chicken's Half-Assed Christmas Special: He is in bed, smoking a cigarette, next to a sock monkey, looking at "her" with love in his eyes.
  • Christmas Special: He's hanged himself from a Christmas tree.
  • Star Wars Special: He's severed his hand with a lightsaber.
  • Second Star Wars Special: He's diving off the barge and Sarlacc swallowed.
FX/SFX: None. It's a still logo.

Music/Sounds: The monkey making noise followed by the voice of an amused Seth Green saying "Stupid Monkey!".

Availability: Can be seen on the first four seasons of Robot Chicken on Adult Swim.

Scare Factor: Mostly depends on what variation is shown, but generally is none.



2nd Logo
Stoopid Monkey (2009)
(2009-2012)

Logo: On a very dark turquoise BG, we see a smiling monkey's head in silver and the name "STOOP!D MONKEY" below. Everything shines.

FX/SFX: The shining.

Music/Sounds: None, although on Robot Chicken, it's the same as the first logo.

Availability: Seen on Adult Swim's Titan Maximum, as well as the fifth season of Robot Chicken.

Scare Factor: None.



3rd Logo
(2012-2014)

Logo: Same concept as the first logo, but the monkey is redrawn to look cuter.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Same as the first logo.

Availability: Seen on the sixth season of Robot Chicken well as the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special.

Scare Factor: None. As is with the first logo, this logo is very funny.



4th Logo
(2014- )

Logo: We see the typeface of the two previous Stoopid Monkey logos on a red background. It is colored yellow and is focused on with a spotlight.

Stoopid Monkey (2014)
FX/SFX: None.

Cheesy Factor: ...Where's the Monkey?

Music/Sounds: Same as the first logo.

Availability: Seen on seventh season of Robot Chicken.

Scare Factor: None. Since we are not able to see the Monkey's antics, this is a boring logo indeed.



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SquadHater2002 STOOPID MONKEY LOOKS LIKE GEORGE! 0 Oct 1 2014, 2:14 PM EDT by SquadHater2002
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The first time that i saw the monkey, I thought that he looked like Curious George.
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