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In one of his angry rants Dr. Robotnik says that a complete idiot could make a better robot than Scratch and Grounder. Declaring that they themselves are complete idiots, Scratch and Grounder decide to make their own robot that will be more competent than them. throwing old scraps into Robortnik's robot making machine resulted in a small purple robot with tricycle wheels. Scratch immediately noted that it was a boy.
Grounder wanted to name him "Groundling", but Scratch insisted on "Scratch II". They both agreed the best name would be "Robot". Since they created him to do their chores for them, they would occasionally call him "Slave" on accident, this would anger Robot. They also often call him "Shnookum", as a pet name.
While doing Scratch and Grounder's chores, Robot ended up breaking some dishes. This angered Robotnik. Robotnik threatened to destroy Robot, so Robot ran away. Scratch and Grounder found him at Jumbo Canyon. Robot ran away from them, but ended up falling off a cliff. Robot was saved by Sonic the Hedgehog. Robot ran away from Sonic. Eventually Robot was found crying by a pair of lion cubs named Jackson and Susie. They cheered Robot up. Sonic showed up and Jackson and Susie convinced Robot that Sonic was a friend and would not hurt him. Robot then helped Sonic chase Robotnik and save the world from his terrible implosion machine.
Sonic and Tails found Robot a home in Scrap Valley, a home for unwanted robots (mainly made by Dr. Robotnik). Robot was very happy there and made many friends with the other robots living there. Tails later returned to invite Robot to Sonic's testimonial banquet in the episode "Hero of the Year". Robot attended the Banquet and shared with everyone his great appreciation for Sonic.
- Robot has the same arms as the Robot from the old sci-fi TV show, Lost in Space.