The Chicken Feed

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Go behind the scenes to discover the exact quantity of blood, sweat and tears (amongst other bodily fluids) The Rubber Chicken’s writers will sacrifice to make you say “yeah, that’s kind of funny, I guess”.

Written and performed by
Tim Morrison, Andrey Summers, Brett “Mister Bung” Cullen, Ben K, and Alastair Craig.

Also starring
Fiona Revill
Gord Myren
And introducing Alastair’s Mum and Chad McCanna.

Episode compiled by Alastair Craig

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Exhibit A:

Seven Samurai and Pokemon The Movie 2000: The Power of One

When I first saw Akira Kurosawa’s quintessential samurai film, I was expecting a masterpiece of cinema; a heart-wrenching epic; something to make me laugh, cry and cheer all at once. What I wasn’t expecting was a shot-for-shot remake of the second animated Pokemon motion picture.

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Happy Adventure II: THE BEGINNING

Posted on April 11th, 2004 by Alastair Craig

Happy Adventure II: THE BEGINNING

Previous Episode:
Happy Adventure II: Trailer
The Happy Adventure Series Final Episode:
The Last Huzzah

New to Take a look at some Rubber Chicken highlights from the decade since,
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Visual treats from The Rubber Chicken’s ill-advised fake site replacement for April Fools’ Day 2002.
Thanks to all who contributed.  You know who you are.


“this is my best drawing ever! I made it of Joanna, from PErfect Dark, the greatest game ever from rare. this is the first time I’ve drawn her with clothes, tho.”
- jim treevault.

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Solving Mysteries… in a VAN! (Chapter 110)

Posted on March 10th, 2003 by Ben K

I woke up last Monday morning to turn on the television and expect some quality entertainment. Instead of being treated to the latest of episode of Sailor Moon and Dragonball Z Go On a Date and Meet That Kid From Pokémon, I received only static. What was causing this problem? Mickey Mouse? Alan Jones? The Aliens that come out of your stomach and shred your insides? The Trick Master from Pokémon Ruby? There was only one way to find out, and that was to seek guidance from others.

Soon enough, I was on the Internet and for some reason being led to a website about creating your own conspiracy theories. I filled in the appropriate fields, and my suspicions were soon created validated – there was a conspiracy afoot! And if there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s a walking conspiracy on the loose. The other thing I can’t stand are bad puns, so I’ll soon be taking this article up with the editors. After a bit more digging, I was led to the button that starts up AOL Instant Messenger. AH HA! Surely my answer would lie there, in the eternal limbo of pointless information itself? And after a short seven hour wait, (and several exercises of the ‘Block’ button) who should appear but one Alastair “HappyBob” Craig? With a great suspicion, I plunged forth and sent forward the accusations:

Aussie Ben Work: I knew it! You’re the one that’s jamming my television antenna signals and in turn causing chaos and exposing me to subliminal mind-altering static! You can’t lie to me. YOU CAN’T LIE TO ME!!!

HappyBobTRC64: I’ll bet you’ve unplugged your antenna again, haven’t you. You spanner.

Aussie Ben Work: I have done no such thing! And to prove you wrong, I’m going to check right now.

Half an hour passes.

HappyBobTRC64: …well?

Aussie Ben Work: Shut up.

And so solved…

The Mystery of the Spoilt Marmalade

Next Episode:
The Mystery of the Missing Telephone Cable That Someone Borrowed

Title art by Scott McQuaig.  Van by Amanda Schroeder.

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