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Let's destruction commence, eh lads? Rock 'n' roll!
―Lead Punk-Bot

The Punk-Bots are a trio of mechanical delinquents from the Disney XD series Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. Created by Willem Viceroy, they serve as the primary antagonists of the episode "McSatchlé". The leader is voiced by Billy Idol.

Background

Viceroy programmed the Punk-Bots to rouse rabble at the McSacStore as part of the latest plan to lure the Ninja out of hiding. Once the Punk-Bots were activated and parachuted down, they started snatching up McSatchlés and causing random destruction. Of course, this didn't go unnoticed, and Randy Cunningham transformed into the Ninja and confronted them. When Randy thought he'd beaten them, Viceroy activated their secret surprise. The satchels they had swiped combined to form a suit of indestructible armor around them. However, the zippers on the satchels weren't made of the same material due to McFist wanting to reduce the production cost. Randy was able to remove the armor from the Punk-Bots after learning about said weakness and finished them off with a Ninja Hot Ball once they were exposed.

The Punk-Bots later appear in the episode "Escape from Scrap City". When Randy and Hannibal McFist ended up crash-landing in the junkyard called Scrap City, McFist found out the Punk-Bots (as with all the others in the junkyard) were still loyal to him. The Punk-Bot leader sent out a seemingly cute-looking robot named Dale to lure the Ninja to the arena. After McFist started mocking the way Randy fell for the trap, the Punk-Bot revealed the rest of the plot. The Punk-Bot put both McFist and the Ninja on trial for sending him and many other machines to the junkyard in a fight-to-the-death event. When both combatants declined to carry on, the Punk-Bot activated a Destructo-Bot to finish them both. Randy did battle with the infernal contraption and managed to destroy it using its own saw blades, destroying the arena's gate in the process. Randy and McFist managed to escape the arena with many of the robots in pursuit. Randy was able to hold them off long enough for Mort Weinerman to pick them up. The Punk-Bot grabbed onto the vehicle, but McFist closed the door on him and sent him plummeting back into the junkyard.

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Media

Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja

Characters

Randy Cunningham | Howard Weinerman | Theresa Fowler | Debbie Kang | Rachel | Bucky Hensletter | Pradeep | Stevens | Flute Girl | Maraca Boy | Morgan | Dancing Fish | Heidi Weinerman | Juggo | Julian | Cass Simonson |Jacques | Levander Hart | Brent | Bash Johnson | Buttermaker | Mick | Doug Jaminski | Ranginald Bagel | Dickie | Miss Zingwald | Marci McFist | Mr. Bannister | Principal Slimovitz | S. Ward Smith | Brock Octane | Pitch Kickham | Sinjin Knightfire | Brawn Brickwall | Father McFist | Plop Plop | First Ninja

Villains

The Sorcerer | Willem Viceroy | Hannibal McFist | Catfish Booray | Jerry Driscoll | Mac Antfee | The Sorceress | Tengu | NomiRandy | Mirror Julian | Krackenstein | Robo-Snake | Robo-Frog | Robo-Lizard | Slaying Mantis | Psycho-Bot | Disciplinarian | Franz Nukid | Jack Hammer | Chessbot 5000 | Chainsaw Werewolves | Snowman Robot | Elf Robots | Rhinosaurus | Punk-Bots | Monk-Bots | Robo-Hooligans | Armor-Dillo | McFist Product Bot | Polar Bear Bot | Shark-Dermanator | Whoopee 2.0 | Amp-Bots | Berserkers | Laser Tag Robots | Cowboy Bots | Assassin Bot | Robo-Hound | Destructo-Bot | P. A. L. | Queen Gabnidine

Episodes

Season One: Last Stall on the Left | Got Stank? | So U Think U Can Stank | McFists of Fury | Gossip Boy | House of 1,000 Boogers | Monster Dump | Attack of the Killer Potatoes | The Tale of the Golden Doctor's Note | Dawn of the Driscoll | Night of the Living McFizzles | Viva El Nomicon | 30 Seconds to Math | Monster Drill | Silent Punch, Deadly Punch | Stank'd to the Future | Wave Slayers | Sword Quest | Nukid on the Block | Weinerman Up | Evil Spirit Week | Der Monster Klub | Grave Puncher: The Movie! | Escape from Detention Island | Bash Johnson: 11th Grade Ninja | Shoob Tube | Stanks Like Teen Spirit | Raiders of the Lost Nomicon | Rise of the Planet of the Robo-Apes | Secret Stache | Hip Hopocalypse Now | Ninja Camp | McFear Factor | Randy Cunningham and the Sorcerer's Key | The Ninja Identity | The Ninja Supremacy | Enter the Nomicon | Swampy Seconds | McSatchlé | Fart-Topia | The McHugger Games | McFreaks | Sorcerer in Love | Pranks for Nothing | Lucius O’Thunderpunch | Bring Me the Head of Ranginald Bagel! | Weinerman Tested, Cunningham Approved | Sorcerer in Love 2: The Sorceress' Revenge | McOne Armed and Dangerous | Shloomp! There It Is! | Randy Cunningham: 13th Century Ninja
Season Two: Flume-Igation | On the Poolfront | Welcome Back Catfish | All the Juice That's Fish to Swim | Julian's Birthday Surprise | True Bromance | Unstank My Hart | Whoopee 2: The Wrath of Whoopee 2 | M-M-M-my Bologna | Everybody Ninj-along | Fudge Factory | Best Buds | Otto Know Better | Brolateral Damage | Let the Wonk One In | The Curse of Mudfart | Shoot First, Ask Questions Laser | Ninjception | Happy Hanukkah, Howard Weinerman! | Snow-Klahoma! | Randy Cunningham's Day Off | Bro-ing Down the House | Living in Shooblivion | McNinja - Brought to You by McFist | Mastermind of Disastermind | The Brawn Also Rises | Debbie Meddle | Aplopalypse Now | Rorg: Hero of a Past | Mort-al Combat | Wonkin' for the Weekend | Ninjafan | When Howie Met Randy | Bro Money Bro Problems | The Three Mascot-teers | Escape from Scrap City | Space Cow-Bros | The Fresh Principal of Norrisville High | The Prophecy of Hat Sword | Fake Fight for Your Right to Party | McCluckerbusters | Let Them Eat Cake Fries | Club Ninja-dise | To Smell and Back | Big Trouble in Little Norrisville | Winner Takes Ball | Ball's Well That Friends Well

Locations

Norrisville | Norrisville High | Mt. Chuck | Lake LaRusso | McFist Industries | Whoopee World | Greg's Game Hole | Randy Cunningham's House | Howard Weinerman's House | Flackville High | Detention Island | Land of Shadows | Scrap City

Objects

NinjaNomicon | Ninja Mask | Ninja Suit | Ninja Scarf | Ninja Sword | Ninja Sai | Ninja Spikes | Ninja Rings | Ninja Ukulele | Smoke Bombs | Chain Sickle | Eskrima | Manrikigusari | Ninja Balls | Skunk-Pine | Mood Juice | Sorcerer's Key | Stank | Chaos Pearls | Eye of Eternity

Songs

What the Juice? | Detention Deficit Disorder | His Name is Catfish | Smart Howard | The Ninja of Norrisville | Ninjafan of Norrisville | I Want it All (Big Shoppin')

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