Pilot: 2000Edit

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0 1 "Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti June 8, 2000[1]
Robot Jones learns that he has been put into a human public school that he must now attend. While in class, he believes that the problems are too easy which results in him getting sent to the principals office for being a smart alec to the teacher. Later the same day as all of the school kids are eating lunch, the principal trips on a wire which he later finds out is Robots charger cable. After finding out it was Robot Jones, he gives him three months detention for tripping him, which angers Robot Jones so much that he starts malfunctioning and scares away everyone. Later, he rants about the humans in the hallway and almost gives up completely on them, until he develops a crush on a girl who is wearing braces. He then realizes that humans are not all that bad and that he needs to study more on them. 

Season 1: 2002Edit

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1 1 "Electric Boogaloo / The Groovesicle" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti July 12, 2002

Electric Boogaloo: Lenny and Denny Yogman try to trick Robot Jones so they can steal his brain.

The Groovesicle: Robot Jones watches a music video on TV with his friend Socks about a man and his dog. 

2 2 "P.U. to P.E. / Vacuum Friend" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti July 19, 2002

P.U. to P.E.: Robot Jones fears taking a shower in gym class because he thinks he will rust.

Vacuum Friend: Robot Jones befriends a vacuum cleaner after thinking humans and robots cannot be friends. 

3 3 "Cube Wars / Sickness" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti July 26, 2002

Cube Wars: Everyone becomes obsessed with solving their Rubik's Cubes, but Robot Jones' superior mind allows him to solve it almost instantly. The Yogmans sabotage Robot's cube, however, and he begins to malfunction.

Sickness: The Yogmans prank Robot Jones by inserting a virus-filled floppy disk in Robot's disk drive, and he becomes very ill. 

4 4 "Parents / Embarrassment" Greg Miller August 2, 2002

Parents: Robot Jones must bring his parents to parent-teacher night at the middle school.

Embarrassment: Robot Jones wants to ask out Shannon to the Harvest Dance, but his nervousness causes his exhaust to malfunction whenever he gets near her. 

5 5 "Politics / Growth Spurts" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti August 9, 2002

Politics: Robot Jones runs for student council president.

Growth Spurts: Robot Jones modifies himself to be tall enough to be on the basketball team. 

6 6 "Jealousy / Scantron Love" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti September 13, 2002

Jealousy: Another robot named Finkman becomes infatuated with Shannon, and Robot Jones gets jealous.

Scantron Love: Robot gets romantically involved with his history class' Scantron machine. 

Season 2: 2003Edit

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7 1 "Gender / Math Challenge" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti October 3, 2003

Gender: Robot Jones wonders about his gender, as he was never assigned one being a robot.

Math Challenge: Mr. McMcMc challenges Robot Jones to a math competition to determine who is the smarter one of the two. 

8 2 "Family Vacation / Hair" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti October 10, 2003

Family Vacation: Robot and Socks go on a spring break vacation together with their families, but Robot's parents are clueless as to how a vacation works.

Hair: Seeing other boys in school with hair makes Robot want hair of his own to impress Shannon, but he has trouble finding a hairstyle that suits him. 

9 3 "Garage Band / Work" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti October 17, 2003

Garage Band: Robot, Socks, Cubey, and Mitch form a garage rock band together. They focus more on being cool rather than actually practicing songs, which confuses Robot.

Work: Robot Jones gets a job with Dad Unit at the robot factory to make extra money. 

10 4 "The Yogmans Strike Back / Hookie 101" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti October 24, 2003

The Yogmans Strike Back: The Yogmans hypnotize Robot's friends Cubey, Socks, and Mitch and turn them into an amalgamation robot called the "Monstrosity".

Hookie 101: Robot, Socks, Cubey, and Mitch all play hookie

11 5 "House Party / School Newspaper" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti October 31, 2003

House Party: Robot Jones throws a big party at his house while his parents are away.

School Newspaper: Robot Jones gets a job for the school newspaper and writes stories about Principal Madman. 

12 6 "Safety Patrol / Popularity" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti November 7, 2003

Safety Patrol: When Robot Jones is put on the school's safety patrol, he enforces the rules very strictly.

Popularity: Robot Jones sends a decoy version of himself to school so that he can attend a robotics expo, but the decoy ends up becoming popular with his classmates. 

13 7 "Summer Camp / Rules of Dating" Greg Miller and Rob Renzetti November 14, 2003

Summer Camp: Robot Jones tries to impress Shannon by showing off his woodsman skills at a summer camp.

Rules of Dating: Before Robot can go on a date with Shannon, he must remember to abide by the rules of dating for robots.