Ranked #5934
Kimagure Robot

Kimagure Robot

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Capricious Robot
Japanese: きまぐれロボット


Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 22, 2004
Producers: Studio 4°C
Duration: 2 min. per episode
Rating: PG - Children
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Score: 6.311 (scored by 711 users)
Ranked: #59342
Popularity: #5191
Members: 1,350
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A brilliant, slightly crazy, and extremely eccentric scientist toils away his days in his lab, creating robots to carry out different tasks. A robot to grant three wishes, a robot to help you write your diary, a robot that intentionally misbehaves in order to keep its master from becoming bored… the robots are each built for a very specific purpose, and can’t really do much of anything else. Luckily for mankind, however, these robots are much more useful than they appear to be at first glance… most of the time, anyway.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Matsumoto, Rio
Matsumoto, Rio
The Doctor
The Doctor
Itakura, Toshiyuki
Itakura, Toshiyuki


Ito, Nobutake
Ito, Nobutake
Hoshi, Shinichi
Hoshi, Shinichi
Original Creator

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Episodes  0 / 10
Aired  Dec 22, 2004 to Dec 22, 2004
Status  Finished Airing
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Aug 4, 2009 2:43 PM
Kimagure Robot, at around 2 minutes per episode; is a fun little series that doesn't take much time at all to watch and enjoy.

Each episode displays one of the doctor's strange creations and its relations with the poor, unsuspecting people who have to deal with it. You won't find any deep plot or multi-layered realistic characters here, but that's what works for this and I wouldn't want it any other way.

Kimagure Robot could be best compared to a Saturday morning cartoon with its whimsical characters and setting and overall light-hearted, relaxed atmosphere. The character designs and art have a great bold and cartoonish style that read more
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Feb 27, 2008 8:46 PM
At 2 (yes, two) minutes an episode, this was a fairly easy watch, as you can watch the whole series in less than half and hour. I picked this up for just that reason. And for an entire series that you can watch in that time frame, I got what I expected. This isn't Studio 4's greatest achievement, but it was still okay.

Story: 4/10

The story goes all over the place, never continuing from where it left off. That is a good thing, especially in a series like this. But most of the episodes were rather bland and uninteresting, but I suppose that's what you can read more
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