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My Bully Bot (Rocket Monkeys)

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"My Bully Bot" is the 35th episode of Season 1, as well as the overall episode, of Rocket Monkeys.

My Bully Bot
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More like "My Sadistic Bot", get it?
Series: Rocket Monkeys
Part of Season: 1
Episode Number: 35
Air Date: January 29, 2014
Writer: Betsy Walters
Director: J Falconer
Previous episode: License To Monkey Around
Next episode: Switch Day


Plot

The monkeys and Yay-Ok are going on a beach for a robot vacation. Suddenly, a bodybuilder bot beats up Yay-Ok for stealing his girlfriend. So the monkeys try to fix Yay-Ok to make him look stronger until he starts rampaging the galaxy.

Why It Is A Bully Bot

  1. Yay-OK is very unlikable in this episode, as he torments the robots and other creatures in the galaxy, which makes him a criminal.
  2. This episode focuses on mean-spirited moments like when he starts scaring others, as mentioned above.
    • First, he teased an old lady robot and her dog by insulting her and roared at her dog, which sheepishly run away.
    • Then, he juggled the remaining robots on the beach.
    • Then, he beat up He-Rilla to a pulp by turning him into a pretzel.
    • Then, he beat up a monster under Gus' bed and eats its heart.
    • And finally, he stole a baby's lollipop, which is eaten by Gus.
  3. Gus and Wally, despite being likable, are stupid enough to fix Yay-OK's personality, by changing the wires.
  4. The bodybuilder bot is an unlikable character as he bullies Yay-OK for stealing his girlfriend, thus he attacks him for no good reason.
  5. Yay-OK's appearance in the second half looks ugly as he repeatedly torments the monkeys and destroys the spaceship until it crashlands on the beach.
  6. There is a filler scene where Yay-OK's powers were completely useless such as being a singer and transforming himself into an outhouse.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Gus and Wally, despite being idiots, are good characters.
  2. The robots are also good characters.
  3. The ending is satisfying as the robots beat Yay-OK up for scaring and tormenting them.

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