When Jenny finds herself on Cluster Prime, the capital of Vexus' empire, she finally gets a chance to live with other robots like her. Jenny loves her new dream-mode. Retrieved from " https: And what happens when Sheldon gets jealous? Jenny has managed to get herself invited to Brit and Tiff's slumber party, and, as usual, Jenny's naiveness leads her to cause mischief all over town to impress the Crusts. Sign In Don't have an account?
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Wakeman decides to homeschool her. At first, Jenny is excited, but now, she just wants to go back to school again. They have all united to defeat X-J9 once and for all. Infectuos Personality: At first, she is shocked that she fits in, surrounded by her true peers. But things change quickly as she is forced to battle evil robot guards, save robot slaves, and face betrayal from a new robot friend.
Back on Earth, Wakeman and the boys try desperately to contain a swarm of colorful criminals that have come out of the woodwork in Jenny's absence. Ultimately, all our heroes must work together to stop Vexus and the Cluster's full-scale invasion of Earth. Ep 7 - Voyage to Space Biker's Planet: Queen Bee: Crust Cousins help Vexus to be part of the school, and thus destroy Jenny, but things turns when Vexus becomes in the most popular girl in Tremontor, now the Crust must to help Jenny to defeat Vexus and return the balance to school.
Never Say Uncle: Wakeman has a sister, different to she, lover of nature, even have a nephew; now Jenny and her cousin must do something to become the Wakeman family in a happy family. Tuckered Out: Tuck has to make a project for school about his hero so he decides to make a video about the life of XJ9 a. When Dr. While Jenny and her friends fly over the ocean, Tuck drains her batteries for his video game causing them to land on an island where they are attacked by characters from history.
A brand new music hearing device comes out called a "Musique", and Jenny wants one. Weapons Of Mass Distraction: Thus, Jenny tries to hide the fact that she is a weapon-filled robot. Good Old Sheldon: Jenny did not realize from "Teen Idol" that when she sent the aliens back to space, she sent Sheldon back as well.
When he comes back, Jenny tries to turn him back to normal. Will she succedd in turning him back to 16 years old? When Jenny becomes an action figure, she snubs Brad, Tuck and Sheldon for the glamour and fame. Teenage Mutant Ninja Troubles: When Misty arrives from a now-severed Teen Team, Jenny is excited to finally have a girl friend around.
But when Misty talks Jenny into using their powers for messing with Brit and Tiff, what follows is an all-out tomfoolery battle between the two groups. However, Jenny soon realizes that Misty isn't interested in just mere pranks and must find a way to stop her new friend before she takes things too far.
Swallow A Full Mouth Of CumBrad, tiring of never really getting to be a part of the action, decides to venture on a treasure hunt…without Jenny!
What he finds, instead, is an evil scientist and his daughter Melody who lives in the sewer creating robotic farm animals. Seeing Brad in a pathetic, captured state trying to break free, Jenny decides to help him escape without letting him know she's following behind him doing all of the work. But when Jenny, herself becomes captured and enabled in the process, it is finally up to Brad to be the hero.
Mama Drama: Wakemen starts dating, Jenny becomes suspicious of her mom's new romance and goes to all lengths to prove he's actually a villain. Jenny causes so much trouble that Wakemen decides she has no choice but deactivate her. What ensues is a misunderstanding by Wakemen that her date really is a villain although he really isn't!
In the end, Nora and Jenny are just too much for him to handle. Wanting to reprogram Jenny into liking him, Sheldon gets a hold of her blueprints. It's up to Jenny to use brains over brawn to defeat her arch enemy. Robot Riot: For the sake of Tuck's self-esteem, Jenny allows herself to be used as his robot in a Robot War competition.
However, with his greedy longing for victory and the title that goes along with it, Tuck pushes Jenny into the ring with giant robots that are actually the Cluster bugs in disguise. It's a fight to the finish that teaches Tuck a valuable lesson in friendship… and to stay away from robot wars! Victim of Fashion Full Episode S 2: This time, she takes action and tries to get revenge, via fashion!
She studies fashion trends with her friends and engages in a fashion war with the Crust Cousins. They eventually figure out Jenny's weakness though, and that is she can't be nice and slim. Well, not if she doesn't ditch all of her weapons anyway, which are exactly what she needs in combat and Earth protection.
Scruffles, plan to destroy her by taking control of Jenny's body. Jenny wants to go to the town fair, but Dr. Wakeman fears that Jenny will spook the townspeople with her presence. When Jenny gets a hold of a prototype "exo-skin" for her to wear, she sees her chance to mingle with the fairgoers; unfortunately, its mangled appearance only scares them.
Meanwhile, Tuck attempts to conquer his fear of Ferris wheels. On her first day of high school, Jenny seeks to make some new friends, and she thinks she can find some in the arrogant Brit and Tiff Crust. Unfortunately, the Crust cousins do not share the same feelings and plan to humiliate her.
When Jenny saves local school geek Sheldon from a gang of bullies, he quickly becomes smitten with her and does not want to leave her alone. A simple snowball battle between Jenny, Brad, and Tuck is interrupted by a strange robot ambassador who wants to make Jenny the newest member of the Cluster, a legion of robots headquartered on the planet Cluster Prime that plans to enslave humans for manual labor.
When she refuses, the ambassador commences war against her. Jenny wants to get ear piercings, but her mother refuses to give her ears. Sheldon offers to step in and help, but the ears he builds end up being disproportionately large on Jenny's head. Brad is disappointed by his lack of a driver's license, and Jenny's attempts to help him. Soon, he takes up joyriding in abandoned UFOs as a new hobby.
Jenny and Brad's secret party is a hit, but between keeping the party-goers under control, keeping the house in one piece, and keeping a group of tiny multiplying aliens from invading Earth, Jenny has her hands full. While on a mission in Japan, Jenny winds up losing one of her language system discs for English speech.
Unable to switch off from speaking in full Japanese, she encounters problems in speaking to people. She uses this to her advantage, however, to make peace with a Japanese creature that grows with and is hurt by water. Wakeman is proud of her newest enhancement for Jenny: Jenny likes them until she sees how they look on her. She refuses to use them and fumbles around town without any sight until she finally realizes she needs them to fight an invisible villain.
Jenny has been invited to her handsome classmate Don Prima's latest party, and she has gotten a tune-up and a new paint job just for the occasion. However, Brit and Tiff are ready to do anything to sabotage Jenny's chances to impress at the party. The owner of Mezmer's, a popular hangout spot for teens all over town, enforces a strict "No Robots" policy.
Desperate to get in, Jenny dons the new and improved exo-skin to pass off as a perfectly normal attractive human girl. However, the exo-skin turns out to have a mind of its own and refuses to let Jenny take it off or fight a group of alien space bikers. Tuck keeps interrupting Jenny's daily activity for every possible favor.
When a big problem arises, however, Tuck's call for help winds up going ignored. When Jenny finds and reactivates her "sisters"—early XJ prototypes 1 through 8—she is beyond happy. Each sister has her own personality, however, and they do not all have the same level of friendliness that Jenny has. Having been found to have only been activated for five years, the school system declares that Jenny has to be moved into a grade level that correspondes her "age".
Jenny finds herself being forced to adapt to kindergarten. When Jenny starts to develop face-bolts, voice changes, and excess wires growing out of her body, Brad chalks it up to puberty. However, it soon becomes apparent that the "puberty" is actually the doing of Queen Vexus of the Cluster, who has infected Jenny with a virus to warp her into a loyal, Cluster-controlled monster.
Jenny becomes the star football player of the high school football team. At a championship game, she soon finds herself facing the former Tremorton High quarterback whom she replaced. Thanks to a screw-up from one of his Cluster troops, Commander Smytus loses a cache of super-powered Pip Crystals to the Crust Cousins.
The cousins decide to flaunt both their style and newfound powers in front of Jenny, and she must use her keen fashion sense to save herself in time. Looking to prove to Jenny that boy robots are jerks compared to him, Sheldon creates a mechanical suit and dubs himself the "Silver Shell".
The plan backfires, however, when Jenny starts falling for Silver Shell. As a robot, Jenny wants to experience what it is like to dream. When Dr. Wakeman installs a dream chip, Jenny's joy causes her to abuse its function and she finds herself stuck in dream mode and sleepwalking, causing mayhem in the process.
Jenny's desire to know the feeling of physical contact leads her to steal a set of artificial nerves from Dr. The nerves, however, have only two settings: Jenny must manage these while fighting Himcules, a villain whose strength increases when he sees others in pain and diminishes at the sound of laughter. Sheldon sets Jenny up for a date with Silver Shell, in hopes that he can reveal himself to her.
However, she already has a date with Don Prima, much to Sheldon's chagrin. An evil mutant fly that can eat metal attacks people in the restaurant while the date takes place, while Silver Shell tries to sabotage the date by ruining Don's beautiful shoes. Jenny is stuck going to a robot convention with Dr.
Snubbed by all the other robots and insulted by Dr. Wakeman's rival, Dr. Phineas Mogg, Jenny finds herself going to a robot called Vee for comfort. However, "Vee" is actually Vexus in disguise, seeking to recruit new Cluster members. Jenny gets a chance to visit the theme park Wizzly World with Brad and Tuck, and she cannot help but think that the robots in the park feel miserable.
When Jenny breaks them out of the park, however, chaos ensues. When Jenny hangs up on Dr. Wakeman one too many times, the doctor desperately reprograms Jenny's communicator to make Jenny unable to turn it off. Jenny is unwittingly programmed for evil against her will by a spoiled child named Todd Sweeney, who uses her to ruin the holidays for all of Tremorton.
When she returns to normal, she discovers that the entire town has turned against her, and nobody believes her pleas of innocence, except for the one person that worships her like a goddess - Sheldon. Wakeman one too many times, the doctor is forced to take drastic measures. Now, Dr.
Wakeman is on the communicator constantly A Robot For All Seasons. The day after Christmas, Jenny meets a child named Todd Sweeney. He's a spoiled brat, but acts like a poor do-gooder. He tricks Jenny and programs her to do a whole year of evil If Jenny and Sheldon can't find a way to stop this pint-size grinch, it's not going to be a merry Christmas for anyone.
When Tuck takes a look into Dr. Wakeman's "Future Scope" he sees a vision in which he thinks that Jenny is going to murder Brad. Wakeman is coming to Tremorton High to speak at an assembly. The main topic: Now Jenny is desperate to get away before the assembly starts, and is even going so far as to ask Vexus to start a fight with her.
Brad gets a chance to join the Skyway Patrol in hopes that he can help Jenny in her duties. Skyway, however, is mostly nothing but paperwork and paper cuts. How's Brad going to get a chance to help Jenny when he has to fill a whole stack of forms in triplicate just to get permission to request the order to do so?
Jenny's newest villain, the energy vampire Gigawatt , is practically unstoppable, seeking to drain the entire planet of its electrical energy. Jenny's convinced that she needs more powerful forms to beat this nefarious energy-based alien invader, fearing she may become obsolete.
Love 'Em or Leash 'Em. Jenny's got a new boyfriend, a rather cute boy robot named Kenny. Despite having been made by Dr. Wakeman's rival, Dr. Mogg, Kenny seems to be the perfect match for the young teenage robot. So why is he barking, scratching himself with his legs, and howling at the moon?
And what happens when Sheldon gets jealous? A group of outcast alien superheroes known as the Teen Team has come to Earth, and they are quite impressed with Jenny's abilities. Jenny seems more than excited to join them, but is she willing to ignore her other friends in favor of a group of heroes that are mostly prejudiced against "normal people"?
Commander Smytus succeeds in assimilating Jenny into the Cluster by fusing with her to form a giant metal monster that can absorb and fuse with other robots to increase its power. Having been awakened due to Jenny being in crisis, the rest of the XJ line have come to save their captive sister. Pajama Party Prankapalooza. Jenny has managed to get herself invited to Brit and Tiff's slumber party, and, as usual, Jenny's naiveness leads her to cause mischief all over town to impress the Crusts.
Wakeman needs to stop Jenny before Skyway Patrol can catch up to her daughter. Jenny takes the Silver Shell to the Sadie Hawkins school dance, and Sheldon hopes that he can impress Jenny enough to reveal his identity to her. Everything starts going wrong, however, when Letta and the Space Bikers crash the dance.
Around the World in Eighty Pieces. Crackerjack Cluster inventor Krackus has managed to scatter Jenny's parts all over the world. Can Brad, Tuck, and Sheldon piece their friend back together before Krackus can call Vexus on his success? Armagedroid , once a powerful global protector before he went rogue, has returned.
Armagedroid was programmed to disarm and destroy all weapons, and part of the problem is that it can't discern between friend and foe. How can Jenny stop a robot built so huge, and what does Dr. Wakeman have to do with this metallic titan? Cute little Killgore has big dreams for such a small wind-up robot.
In hopes of impressing the Cluster, Killgore has plans to capture Jenny. Being a sidekick isn't quite what he expects, though. Jenny's new "bachelor pad" is the new hot spot in town, but she's throwing so many parties that she's slacking off on her duties. Escape from Cluster Prime. When Jenny finds herself on Cluster Prime, the capital of Vexus' empire, she finally gets a chance to live with other robots like her.
But there's more to Cluster Prime than meets the eye Not to be out done by each other, a fashion war erupts between Jenny and the Krust Cousins. Jenny had better be careful, though, for fashion can be quite costly in the end. But Vexus also has eyes for those schematics, and is willing to disguise herself as "QT2" to trick Sheldon into giving them to her. Jenny is stuck serving as Tuck's entry for the hit robot combat competition "Robot Wars".
It may be barbaric to her, but how can she say no to such a cute face like Tuck's? Tired of being stuck under Jenny's shadow, Brad sets out to be his own hero. However, he finds himself in hot water when he runs afoul of the evil scientist Dr. Locus and his daughter Melody who is way more that she appears. Locus wants the XJ-9 schematics for reasons yet unknown and, when Jenny gets knocked out in battle, Brad's going to have to prove himself.
Wakeman's got a new boyfriend, Marty Rossian , and Jenny is convinced that he's a psycho lunatic. Is he really as bad as he appears? The brand-new "Action Jenny" toys are selling like hotcakes, and Jenny can't help but be taken in by the fame. But those "innocent toys" are actually Vexus' and Krackus' newest plan to conquer the Earth.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Troubles. Due to internal disputes, the Teen Team has broken up. With no place left to go, Misty heads back to Earth to spend time with her friend Jenny. Scorned, Misty convinces Jenny to get back at the Crusts via a prank war.
The only problem is that once Misty gets started on something, she doesn't know when to stop.
Jenny is stuck serving as Tuck's entry for the hit robot combat competition "Robot Wars". Can she lead Tremorton to glory, or will she wind up reduced to scrap? You must only upload images which you have created yourself or that you are expressly authorised or licensed to upload. But when Jenny, herself becomes captured and enabled in the process, it is finally up to Brad to be the hero.
List of My Life as a Teenage Robot episodes:
Vexus is back, and with a new look. Each sister has her own personality, however, and they do not all have the same level of friendliness that Jenny has. There's No Place Like Homeschool: Having been awakened due to Jenny being in crisis, the rest of the XJ line have come to save their captive sister. His project: Of course, "Vee" is actually Vexus in disguise, and she's looking to add a few new robots to the Cluster.