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Megas XLR is an American animated action comedy television series created by Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic for Cartoon Network, which aired two seasons from May 1, 2004 to January 15, 2005, each consisting of 13 episodes. The series revolves around two slackers, mechanic Coop (David DeLuise) and his best friend Jamie (Steven Blum), who find a mecha robot from the future called Megas (Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System) in a New Jersey junkyard. Coop modifies Megas and replaces his head, the control center, with a classic muscle car, and names him XLR (eXtra Large Robot). Together with Megas's original pilot Kiva (Wendee Lee), they must defend Earth from the evil alien race called "the Glorft".

While playing video games, Schaeffer and Krstic came up with an idea of making an animated series in which the main character would use his video gaming skills to pilot a giant robot. Much of the series is inspired by Japanese mecha anime which the two grew up watching, with the animation being inspired by both anime and Western animation. The humour often pays homage or mocks anime conventions. The entire series is available at the iTunes Store and on Xbox Video. The series was met with positive reception, and was ranked at No. 4 on ToonZone's "Toons of the 2000s: Top 5 Cartoon Network Originals".

Pilot (2002)

No. overall No. in season Title Air Date (U.S.A.) Network
0 0 LowBrow: Test Drive August 23, 2002 Cartoon Network

Season 1 (2004)

No. overall No. in season Title Air Date (U.S.A.) Production code Network
1 1 Test Drive May 1, 2004 101 Cartoon Network
2 2 The Fat and the Furious May 1, 2004 104 Cartoon Network
3 3 Battle Royale May 8, 2004 102 Cartoon Network
4 4 All I Wanted Was a Slushie May 15, 2004 103 Cartoon Network
5 5 Bad Guy May 22, 2004 106 Cartoon Network
6 6 Buggin' the System May 29, 2004 105 Cartoon Network
7 7 Breakout June 5, 2004 107 Cartoon Network
8 8 DMV: Department of Megas Violations June 7, 2004 108 Cartoon Network
9 9 Dude, Where's My Head? July 31, 2004 109 Cartoon Network
10 10 Junk in the Trunk August 14, 2004 110 Cartoon Network
11 11 TV Dinner August 21, 2004 111 Cartoon Network
12 12 The Driver's Seat August 28, 2004 113 Cartoon Network
13 13 Coop D'Etat September 4, 2004 112 Cartoon Network

Season 2 (2004-2005)

No. overall No. in season Title Air Date (U.S.A.) Production code Network
14 1 Ultra Chicks October 16, 2004 201 Cartoon Network
15 2 The Return October 23, 2004 202 Cartoon Network
16 3 Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Coop October 30, 2004 203 Cartoon Network
17 4 Viva Las Megas November 6, 2004 204 Cartoon Network
18 5 S-Force S.O.S. November 13, 2004 205 Cartoon Network
19 6 Space Booty November 20, 2004 206 Cartoon Network
20 7 Thanksgiving Throwdown! November 27, 2004 207 Cartoon Network
21 8 Terminate Her December 4, 2004 208 Cartoon Network
22 9 Ice Ice Megas December 11, 2004 209 Cartoon Network
23 10 A Clockwork Megas December 18, 2004 210 Cartoon Network
24 11 Universal Remote January 1, 2005 211 Cartoon Network
25 12 Rearview Mirror, Mirror (Part 1) January 8, 2005 212 Cartoon Network
26 13 Rearview Mirror, Mirror (Part 2) January 15, 2005 213 Cartoon Network


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