Bitch Puddin' (also spelled as Bitch Pudding) is a recurring character in Robot Chicken. She is a Strawberry Shortcake parody character with blonde hair and yellow clothes and a distinctively southern American accent. She is voiced by Katee Sackhoff.

As her name suggests, Bitch Puddin' is aggressive, sassy, foul-mouthed and insensitive, often mocking and demeaning the other Strawberry Shortcake characters in various ways. She often says, "BLAM!" after insulting someone. In return, she is disliked by many Strawberry Shortcake characters, who all attempt to kill her by dumping her into a volcano in her own special episode.

Apart from her appearances in Robot Chicken's Strawberry Shortcake skits, Bitch Puddin' joined most of the show's original characters in the opening skit of Season Five.

Bitch Puddin' was also part of the ensemble cast in "The Rescue", being one of the many defenders of the Mad Scientist's lair. Notably, she was one of the few characters (apart from the Scientist himself) to put up a decent fight against the Robot Chicken. Despite landing numerous blows and maintaining the offensive for most of the battle, Bitch Puddin' was eventually overcome by the Robot Chicken (and his wooden sign, brought in response to her insulting his mother), who knocked her over a railing to a messy death on the floor below.

Despite appearing to die in The Rescue, Bitch Puddin' makes a cameo in Season 6 episode Immortal. She was given her own special episode in Season 7, the "Bitch Pudding Special", in which the other Strawberry Shortcake characters decide to murder her by paying their mail-delivering bird to drop her into a volcano, a fate she narrowly avoids. After encountering a race of creatures called the Shlorps (parody of the Smurfs), she ends up back in Pastryville, only to find out the citizens' plot to murder her when she sees a festival celebrating her supposed "death". She eventually gets even by murdering them all by setting their church on fire with them inside, and then finishing them off with a minigun once they break out.

In season 8, she returns in "Bitch Pudding's The Crucible", a parody of The Crucible, and "Murder, She Bitched", a parody of Murder, She Wrote.

In season 9, she appears in more sketches, including a parody of The Sound of Music, where she takes the place of Maria von Trappe.


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