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My Life As A Teenage Robot 3 Seasons 2004

Season 1
4.7 out of 5 stars (120) IMDb 6.7/10

Circuits are GO! in Season 1 of My Life as a Teenage Robot. Party at Jenny's when she's left alone . . . a malfunction leaves Jenny speaking only Japanese . . . and a tryout for cheerleading lands her a spot as the football team's new quarterback!

Starring:
Janice Kawaye, Candi Milo

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1. It Came From Next Door/Pest Control

Brad and Tuck discover there's something very different about the girl next door. She is the super-powered Global Robotic Response Unit model #XJ9 but she likes her friends to call her "Jenny".

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: July 31, 2003
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2. Raggedy Android/Class Action

Jenny wants to go to the annual Townsquare Fair, but Wakeman is worried that someone in such a large crowd is bound to panic when they see a seven-foot mechanical teenager.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 7, 2003
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3. Attack of the 5 1/2 Foot Geek/Doom With A View

Jenny makes a fan for life when she saves Sheldon from the shop class bullies. Jenny's happy to have another friend, but his instant devotion creeps her out.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 14, 2003
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4. Ear No Evil/U.F.O. (Unlicensed Flying Object)

Tiffany Crust has just gotten her left ear pierced for the third time and this makes pierced ears the hot topic of the day.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 21, 2003
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5. Party Machine/Speak No Evil

Wakeman has to be out of town on the weekend of the annual Minutian invasion. She has just the weapon to repel them but she's doubtful her daughter can keep track of it in the disaster area she calls a bedroom.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 4, 2003
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6. See No Evil/The Great Unwashed

Wakeman gives Jenny new and (she thinks) improved eyes with the power to see an incredible spectrum of imagery that is invisible to the naked human eye. The only problem is they're huge.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 11, 2003
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7. Return of Raggedy Android/The Boy Who Cried Robot

Brad has gotten an after school gig at the local malt shop. Jenny wants to hang out with him and the other teens but the owner doesn't allow robots. Jenny convinces Wakeman to revive her exo-skin concept to make her look like a normal teen.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 18, 2003
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8. Sibling Tsunami/I Was A Preschool Dropout

One day, when Wakeman is out, Jenny discovers a secret room that stores her prototypes, XJ1 through 8. Excited to have sisters, Jenny activates them.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 2, 2003
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9. Hostile Makeover/Gridiron Glory

The Cluster infects Jenny with a microscopic nanobot that transforms Jenny into a Neanderthalish, robotic she-thing. While trying out for the cheerleading squad, Jenny catches the football coach's eye. She is quickly drafted to be the new quarterback.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 23, 2003
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10. Dressed to Kill/Shell Game

Smytus, Supreme Commander of the Cluster Armed Forces, loses some rare and deadly power crystals on Earth. Sheldon continues to suffer through his unrequited crush on Jenny. She just doesn't look at him as boyfriend material.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 6, 2003
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11. Daydream Believer/This Time With Feeling

Jenny realizes she doesn't have dreams or nightmares like other normal people. She has Wakeman install a dream program that operates when she is in her sleep mode.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 20, 2003
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12. Saved By The Shell/Tradeshow Showdown

The Silver Shell uses his influence with Jenny to set up a blind date between her and his unidentified 'pal'. Jenny is bubbling over with excitement about attending her first Robotics Convention.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: January 22, 2004
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13. The Wonderful World of Wizzley/Call Hating

On her first visit to the WizzleyWorld theme park, Jenny is appalled by the sweatshop -like conditions that the parks animatronics work in. She liberates her robotic brothers and sisters but they don't know how to handle freedom.

TV-Y7 CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 26, 2004
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By Lilith on January 26, 2012
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I bought all three seasons of my favorite cartoon!
Someone will say much, but I think it's worth it!
Beautiful cartoon about a teenage girl-robot, Jenny, who must be continued!
Hopefully, Rob Renzetti do it)
FIVE STARS ONLY!)
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I thoroughly LOVE this series! I've only just recently discovered it, as I don't have cable (and so don't get Nickelodeon.) But now, having "discovered" it on the 'net & now am able to enjoy it on DVD, I am thoroughly HOOKED on the show (and the title character herself! Move over, Sheldon...) It is a really wonderful show, with likable, appealing characters (even the villains are wonderful, particularly the villainess Vexus--voiced by the late Eartha Kitt--easily the coolest villain on the series!) It's got clever writing, with lots of in-joke/references to everything from science-fiction, old classic cartoons, classic movies, pulpy SF magazines from the 30s & all kinds of other lovably "geeky" references that add to the overall appeal & tenor of the show.

One of the most striking elements of the show are the bold, highly-stylized graphics, done in a kind of "retro" quasi-Art Deco fashion, recalling some of the feel of old classic cartoons from the 30s (to which there are numerous references peppered throughout the series, mixed in with more contemporary & futuristic/SF elements as well, in a unique, startlingly original blend.) And one of the most enjoyable treats for any animation buff is the use of expressionistic color-styling during the action sequences. (First time I noticed that, I thought, "Oooo! That's an interesting idea!")

In short, it's a plain fun feel-good, enormously entertaining show, which I highly recommend, the first season being (in my never-to-be-humble opinion) the best.
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I'm going to submit this as a review for all three DVDs, as I purchased all of them at the same time.

I really like the fact that Nickelodeon is sporadically releasing all of its Nicktoons in these formats, and this show, with its charming animation style and cute cast of characters, is no exception. My Life as a Teenage Robot is a show that can clearly be seen as one of Nickelodeon's classics, and hey, the guy in charge of it, Rob Renzetti, went on to write for MLP: Friendship is Magic, so that should give you an idea of what you're in for - a strong yet endearing female protagonist robot fighting to save the world! (Seriously, the parallel this shares with Mega Man is staggering, not that it's a bad thing, mind you.)

My only complaint is that this BEGS to be sold as a complete collection set. I really like the cases, they have a touch of elegance that makes it look great in my DVD shelf, but still. I would have appreciated all three seasons combined into one case, like how Shout Factory did for Rocko's Modern Life. Australia got a complete DVD set, why not America?

I highly recommend this series to any Nicktoon collector. If your kid's sitting there, disillusioned by the idiocy he's seen from shows like Fanboy and Chum Chum and Sanjay and Craig, you can go: "Hey...want to watch a Nicktoon from when Nickelodeon was awesome?" Bam. There you go.
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Great DVD. It contains all 13 episodes of "My Life as a Teenage Robot"'s first season in a 3-disc set.

Disc 1:
It Came from Next Door / Pest Control
Raggedy Android / Class Action
Attack of the 5 1/2 Ft. Geek / Doom with a View
Ear No Evil / Unlicensed Flying Object
Party Machine / *Speak No Evil

Disc 2:
*See No Evil / *The Great Unwashed
Return of the Raggedy Android / The Boy Who Cried Robot
Sibling Tsunami / I Was a Preschool Dropout
*Hostile Makeover / *Grid Iron Glory
Dressed To Kill / Shell Game

Disc 3:
Daydream Believer / This Time With Feeling
Saved by the Shell / Tradeshow Showdown
The Wonderful World of Wizzly / Call Hating

*Inculdes 5 repeats on 13 episodes.

It's a 3-disc set so pack up and join Jenny on her first season adventures.
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Good show I watched growing up imagine an American take on Astro Boy but with a girl. I recommend it.
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By M. Daneker on January 20, 2014
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Where's the blu-ray! ok!!! got it for my 14 year-old daughter, nostalgia time from when she was small and she's getting retro in her teen years.She loves it and the price is reasonable so no complaints.
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Look, I really like this kind of character design and animation. The voice acting and energy is great throughout the series. I prefer a main character that is pleasing to look at and just all around fun and just down right cute. "Jenny" fits the bill for this. I'm a fan of anime and prefer strong, cute female lead characters. Much more fun for me to watch. "My life as a teenage robot" fits the bill quite nicely. Just wish the series ran on beyond more than three seasons.
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By Jay on April 24, 2016
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I used to watch this show all the time as a kid and finding it on DVD just made my day. It would be cool to have some bonus features or something but it's not really a big deal. The episodes themselves are enough for me.
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