The Rabbot is a giant robot rabbit created by Dr. Weird in the episode "Rabbot" to solve the world's alleged "vegetable problem". Weird sprays French perfume into the Rabbot's eyes, causing him to get angry and escape the lab, leaving a giant Rabbot-shaped hole in the wall which is seen in several other episodes. He also breaks into the Powerpuff Mall and steals a hair-growth formula, with which he sprays random things in town, including Master Shake.

While with Ignignokt's group, he doesn't do much, although he is responsible for the group's name, the reason being that "Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday..." is one of only two things he can say (the other being "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0"). He is one of only seven members of the group left alive at the end of the episode.

In the film, a section of a wall in Dr. Weird's room is in the shape of the Rabbot. The Rabbot can also be seen rampaging throughout downtown New Jersey, alongside the several thousand Insanoflex offspring that were left behind by the original Insanoflex.

In the episode Rabbot Redux, Rabbot returns to give Frylock and Meatwad a gift basket with a note to welcome them to the new neighborhood, and then destroys the Aqua Teen's new house right after, forcing them to return to their old home. He also makes a brief cameo on one of Allen's screens in "Allen Part Two".

He then makes his last appearance in the final episode, "The Greatest Story Ever Told". Where he is seen attending church along with Shake, Meatwad, and several other characters, he is ordered by Shake to kill Frylock, Carl and Lambert, but for some reason he dosen't do anything, he is then shot at by two police officers, but survives due to being bullet proof.


  • The samples used for his voice ("Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday." and "1, 2, 3, 4 ,5 ,6 ,7 ,8 ,9 ,0.") come from the vast X-Static Goldmine sound library. Other clips of the voice saying other things exist along with them. The creation or previous origin of these samples is unknown however.
  • Coincidentally, his voice sounds very similar to the hidden sounds from the original Xbox dashboard as shown here.