Tommy's Bedroom is the main location and head spot in the series.

The room is Tommy's bedroom. Here he sleeps and lives most of his time. This is also the place where Robotboy stays, hides, get repaired and also sleeps (recharging).

This is also the place where Tommy, Lola and Gus often play (video games) or prepare their plans.


The room has blue walls with some posters. A poster of the Human Fist, a race car and a drawing made by Tommy of Robotboy are always seen. A red/orange carpet lies on the floor.

Robotboy drawing

Tommy's drawing of Robotboy

He has a white bed with a wardrobe and a writing desk attached to it. Also a orange television and a yellow bean bag are often seen in his room. Tommy is a huge fan of toys and special collectors items. So everywhere there are toys and superhero or robot related stuff standing on shelves. He also has a interest science. A pair of spaceships who hangs at his ceiling and posters on the wall from space makes that clear.

For the rest it's a typical boy's room and so a little bit messy. There are always stuff like DVD's, CD's, clothing, magazines and food on the floor.


  • In some episodes the location of the bedroom door changes. In most episodes it is opposite to the window and in some it is opposite to Tommy's bed.
  • Also in some episodes the carpet is purplish or blue and pink instead of orange/red. This is also the case with the beanbag in Tommy's Room who changes colors from yellow and orange from time to time.
  • In the episode I Hero! the poster of The Human Fist above Tommy's bed is missing and replaced with a poster (of the same size) of Tommy himself with a spacesuit in space. In fact this image on the poster is a screenshot from the episode Grow-No-Mo!.
  • The shelfs above Tommy's bed have several items and toys on them. In some episodes there are a change of items. Sometimes it's random toys, teddy-bears and robots. Other times just robots. In the episode Remote Out of Control there is one picture in a frame on the top shelf with just a picture of Tommy in it. In most episodes of series 2 (Seasons 3 and 4) there is a doll-head on the top shelf from a man that holds headphones. It's a item that didn't show up in series 1.
  • A lot of stuff and toys in Tommy's room are related to sport like baseballs, skates, a baseball bat, a skateboard and several more. Because Tommy isn't really a sportsperson or enjoys sport it's more likely that he got those items from Dwight. Probably with the intention to let him enjoy and do a sport.
  • Outside views of the house suggests that Tommy's room should have a second window that would be located on the wall opposite his bed. But in every scene with his room there's only one window.


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