Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot (1988)
Robots can do all sorts of things, but you know the singularity is near when they're making fun of your movie-making abilities on Mystery Science Theater 3000.

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Metalhead (1989)
He was the favorite ninja turtle of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Why? Because he didn't eat any of the pizza and he had no reason to hit on April.

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Phil Hartman, Robot Repair (1989)
Phil Hartman was a God, (with a capital G... the man is literally worshiped in some parts of the world), and his robot character didn't have quite the gusto of his caveman-lawyer, but it was good enough to pop up on at least the VHS version of "The Best of Phil Hartman," The best 5.95 you ever spent.

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Kevin the Robot (1989)
Only appearing in year one of Saved by the Bell, Dustin Diamond's giant novelty robot becomes even creepier with age... wait no, Dustin Diamond is the one that gets creepier with age.

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Wake Rattle and Roll (1990)
When you throw out your VHS tape a go-bot fan sporting a mullet digs them out of trash cans and turns them into friends, or so Wake Rattle and Roll would have you believe.

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Pimpbot 5000 (1993)
The only character from Late Night with Conan O'Brien that combined the flair of a 1950's robot with the style of a 1970's street pimp!

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