Escape from Cluster Prime is a 60-minute television special of My Life as a Teenage Robot and was released on August 12th, 2005.


It first starts out when Jenny is fighting Queen Vexus and the people of Tremorton are celebrating the tricenntenial of the city's founding. After Jenny accidently destroys the town's only richter scale, the town confeses to hating her. When she is cleaning up the mess, Queen Vexus' teleporter sends her to Cluster Prime. She finds herself in a junk yard chased by robots before she gets taken to Cluster High School. One of the rocks that Tuck accidentally threw into the portal effects her thruster, disabling her ability to fly -- or, more importantly, escape. Back on Earth, Dr. Wakeman, Tuck, Sheldon, and Brad are staring straight at a Cluster invasion.

While trying to escape the high school, Jenny then meets Vega and her friends who bear the looks of Tuck, Sheldon, and Brad. They then go around downtown. Jenny then sleeps the night on a park bench. Just as she jogs, a giant magnet lifts her off the ground and takes her back to the high school with Vega. In the halls, Vega and her friends tell Jenny about the trimillenial celebration. Then they go to "History 101", where Jenny learns that the Cluster hates her because of lies told by Vexus.

Back on Earth, Krakus is leading an invasion of bug-sized and shaped robots, though a little kid with a water gun squirts a robot with it and it is defeated. However, Smytus and Vexus take notice of this when Krackus informs them. Smytus keeps telling Vexus that he should sent out his army, but Vexus insists that they should wait for Jenny. Under a lot of frustration, Vexus then lets Smytus send out his army. It ends when Vega becomes queen of Cluster Prime and Jenny makes it back home.


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Dr. Wakeman: You've destroyed the rocket but did you disarm the warhead?

Jenny: Did I what the what?

Dr. Wakeman: It's the part that goes -- BOOM!

Jenny: Oops...

Artist: You destroyed my statue!

Mayor: You ruined my stage!

Bike Salesman: You wrecked my old timey bicycle!

Brad: Uh, no, that was me.

Bike Salesman: Oh, yeah. My mistake.

Sheldon: (to Dr. Wakeman) A secret underground lair! This makes my garage workshop look like a workshop in a garage!

Dr. Wakeman: Where did you get that idea? A gumball machine?

Sheldon: I'll have you know gumball machines contain valuable information!

Dr. Wakeman: You are an amateur!

Sheldon: You are a Know-It-All!

Dr. Wakeman: Milbrat!

Sheldon: Birdnose!

Dr. Wakeman: How dare you!?

Sheldon: WHAAAAA! If you don't know where she is and you don't know where she is, then Jenny can be anywhere from here and Cluster Prime!

Vexus: Cluster Prime?! So THAT's why they won't stop calling me!

Brad: Viva la Revolution!

Tuck: You speak Spanish?


  • Smytus' army somewhat resemble insectoid versions of the Stormtroopers from Star Wars, though they're influenced more on the battle droids from Episodes I-III.
  • Vexus mentioned nanobots and acne as one of her schemes, refering to the time she infected Jenny with a nanobot, causing her to morph into a bolt-covered monster.
  • The scene in which Sheldon and Ms. Wakeman are arguing, "You got your time capsule in my quantum difibulator." "Oh, yeah? Well you got your quantum difibulator in my time capsule." is a reference to the classic commercial for Reese's Peanut Butter Cup commercial, "Hey, you got your peanut butter on my chocolate!" "No! You got your chocolate in my peanut butter!"
  • When Jenny is drinking oil with the robot versions of her friends, she comicly utters the line, "Could have had a V8."
  • The famous Robby the Robot from movies and shows like Forbidden Planet makes a cameo when Jenny is in the scrapyard.
  • Cluster Prime bears a striking resemblance to Cybertron from the Transformers franchise.
  • The Cluster's invasion of Earth is very loosely influenced by a number of films, books and video games, including Independence Day, Quake and H.G. Welles' famous book, War of the Worlds.
  • The theme song was dramatically changed for the movie intro.


Escape from Cluster Prime Gallery

The Opening Credits

Misc Gallery