"Knockoffs" is the 89th of the series and the 6th(a) of Season 4 of Robotboy. In this episode, when the boys goes to the "Electronics Hut" electrical store inside where suddenly one of the employers wonders why Tommy buys such advanced products until Gus spoils about Robotboy and the employer starts to find out about him and starts to create his own.


When Tommy & Gus go to the "Electronics Hut" store to buy parts for Robotboy and fix Gus' broken Game Buddy, Gilbert, the store clerk, wonders why Tommy buys such advanced parts. Gus didn't know what to answer him, until he spoiled Tommy has a Super Secret Fighting Robot. Gilbert became inspired by Robotboy, and places a tracker in Gus' Game Buddy when repairing it to locate Tommy's House and copy Robotboy. The next day, Tommy and Gus return to Electronics Hut, only to find out many colorful clones of Robotboy. They were selling so well, that even Gus bought a pink one. Even the main villains in the show bought clones of Robotboy. After that, the clones have gone berserk and had a low battery. Tommy, Gus and Robotboy hurried up to Electronics Hut to destroy all the batteries, so the clones would stop to attack, but it was too late, the clones were already in the store. When Robotboy fought the clones, he superactivated, and so the clones. The clones' circuits were burned up and they were destroyed. When Gilbert found about that, he escaped, and the episode ended when he promised to make more stable clones and sell them to world.


  • Tommy: I'm 10. Do I look like I'd have a super secret fighting-robot?"



Left: C.H.O.P, Right: Knockoffs

  • There is a scene in¬†Knockoffs¬†that resembles a scene from C.H.O.P. In C.H.O.P,¬†Robotboy¬†in his¬†Superactive form¬†is hit by a missile that was shot by S.U.B, and in Knockoffs, it was a Red¬†Roboboy¬†exploding in its Superactive Mode.
  • If you look on the Roboboy's circuit board background (it is below in the gallery) that was shown for a split second in the episode, one can notice it has the Electronics Hut's logo (the arrow pointing right), that wasn't shown in episodes where Robotboy's mechanic parts are shown.
  • The Knockoffs were already low on battery by the time they reached Electronics Hut, but they somehow had enough power to fight and superactivate. Superactivation uses up a lot of energy and since the Knockoffs are (inferior) copies of Robotboy, who is unable to superactivate on low battery, this should not have been possible and they should have all deactivated or broke before they even attempted to superactivate.

In other languages

Int. Language Int. Title Translation
Dutch Namaak Imitators




German Abgeschmettert! Shattered
Spanish Falsificación falsifications


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