When Brad joins the Skyway Patrol, he realizes that his dreams weren't all that cracked up to be when any form of a simple action in the line of duty as a Skyway Patrol Officer requires rolls upon rolls of Red Tape with a whole Mount Everest sized amount of paperwork to sign off on. Locus thinks he told him his secrets though, and proceeds with the. In fact, one of Wakeman's rivals is able to create his own male version of Jenny, which for some reason has dog instincts. . See the above entry for , and note that more than once, their schemes have backfired with extremely severe consequences.
Of course, her hearings been really messed up all episode, so when she goes to talk to Sheldon about it, she thinks she hears him say that hes too good for her now, when really he was saying exactly the opposite. Adding to her trouble is that she is constantly being dogged by the all-robotic Cluster Empire, whose queen, Vexus , wants her to join their world of robots by force if necessary. She speaks Japanese for most of the episode after that, which her actress Janice Kawaye is fluent in. Terrifying name, the robot itself.
Wakeman is proud of her newest enhancement for Jenny: multi-functional eyes that can see anything in any view. Sheldon: It's evolution gone mad! Along with a generous amount of creative license. She settles for completely removing all her external armor, and decides to never do it again. A ten-and-a-half-inch wind-up toy with delusions of world domination, voiced by , and a walking crowning moment of funny. But does Brad really want to be rescued? Despite it all, Jenny struggles to maintain some semblance of a mostly-human life.
Wakeman is coming to Tremorton High to speak at a special science assembly about Jenny. But I luv the weapons. Jenny tries to hold out for Silver but unbeknownst to her, Silver Shell is actually Sheldon in a robot disguise. Though capable of human emotions and possessing fully functional tear ducts, Jenny does not seem to possess the ability to dream or experience physical sensations; though there were two episode segments where she received those abilities, in the case of the sense of touch it caused more harm than good and was removed by the end of the episode. After many rejections Queen Vexus orders the Cluster to destroy her for refusing to take her wager in joining sides. He mops the floor with Jenny, who had been slacking off on her training.
Other than on the eastern coast, and even that has a range of evidence from the states around the Great Lakes to New York or New Jersey to even Louisiana. So Jenny tries another method: shoplifting! Jenny often rejects his romantic advances, but still cares for him as a friend. Einstein: Relatively speaking, you're doomed! Scruffles , Lancer, Mudslinger and the Mad Hammer Bros. You have no idea how proud I am of you, young lady. Brit and Tiff employ psychological warfare by making Jenny feel self-conscious about her weight, so she urges Sheldon to make her as light as possible, which results in giving up her weapons and armor. Archived from on July 5, 2011.
Cue her storming off in a huff. Tuck: as he's filing his nails You know, I learned all kinds of interesting things while I was one with the robot. But she was once Skyway Patrol, and the asskicking she did then she has not forgotten by the time Escape From Cluster Prime occurs. Locus in an attempt to make him feel epic and adventurous, but Brad isn't aware of this until he returns to rescue her. But in the chaos, a giant deadly python gets loose and begins putting the squeeze on Sheldon. Locus and his daughter Melody.
Jenny: Hey, I trashed the thing, didn't I? The completed third season eventually aired on Nickelodeon's spinoff network from October 4, 2008 to May 2, 2009, officially ending the series in terms of airing. Ignoring his backstory, he defeated Jenny with ease. A new second-season episode was not aired until January 24, 2005. Jenny unwittingly pulls the Sun towards the Earth, and uses the same ceremony the opposite direction.
The full series was released across six discs by Beyond Home Entertainment in Australia on February 5, 2012. He's just some crazy, loser, stalker geek! Wakeman and only wanted to give her two free tickets to Wizzly World. He's not my boyfriend, he's not my friend, he's not my nothing! Completely subverted later on: Sheldon: We don't have time for sci-fi brinkmanship! Less justified is the first episode where she was able to rocket into space, blast away several meteors, get smacked around a bit, and reenter the atmosphere and return safely to Earth. She finally gets a chance to live with other robots like her, but soon discovers there's more to Cluster Prime than meets the eye. Since the series' cancellation, reruns continued to air on until April 14, 2013 and again from December 13, 2015 to May 15, 2016. Often, people like the and take advantage of Jenny's friendliness to further their own goals, though she usually catches on and comes out victorious in the end.
She drops that after Jenny invokes. But she is a robot, so it is that her hair color would be unnatural. But they're still working out the kinks. 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. Likewise, Brad is pretty obviously Xander, and the Crust Cousins are Cordelia Chase and Harmony Kendall before they were de-clawed.
Fearing humiliation, Jenny tries to prevent her mother from talking at the assembly. See also: My Life as a Teenage Robot is set in the fictional town of Tremorton, Pennsylvania and its themes focus on making lighthearted fun of typical teenage problems and other conventions and drama of the teenage and superhero lives mixed up with a combination of action, adventure, sci-fi fantasy and comedy sequences. From than on Sheldon began to create an enormous crush on Jenny which than began to drive her mad. She uses this to her advantage, however, to make peace with a Japanese creature that grows with and is hurt by water. He is right that Jenny is a vigilante, but he's motivated by jealously over her constantly outdoing him.