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10th Jul '16 7:31:48 PM ThePocket
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* Doc Brown's machine seen in the opening credits of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' is a somewhat Rube Goldberg-esque device that comes on at 7:54, activates the coffee machine, turns on the TV, pops down the toaster, and opens a can of dog food into Einstein's dish. It's essentially a spoof of the trope, since the point is to show that Doc has been gone for a few days and [[AbsentMindedProfessor had forgotten to turn it off]].
* Dr. Brainard in ''Film/{{Flubber}}'' has an even more complicated one. Among other things, it uses a laser to crack the egg. Oddly enough for his AbsentMindedProfessor character, it works perfectly, if you don't count the part that [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext launches his trash can into the sky]].



* ''Literature/HomerPrice'' features a story about an automated donut machine that his uncle acquires for his diner, which, once turned on, is unable to stop until it exhausts its seemingly-limitless supply of dough.



* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'' have {{Robinson Goldberg Contraption}}s to do all their cooking for them. One of the "Crackling Contraptions" shorts has a robot chef that predictably goes haywire.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'' have {{Robinson Goldberg Contraption}}s to do all their cooking for them.them, which get progressively more complex over the course of the series. One of the "Crackling Contraptions" shorts has a robot chef that predictably goes haywire.
17th Apr '16 11:31:57 AM LongTallShorty64
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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which were like human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where customers would put in a nickel for food.

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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which automats. They were like basically human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where slots, and would open when customers would put in a nickel for food.money.
17th Apr '16 11:30:32 AM LongTallShorty64
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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which were like human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where customers would put in a nickel for food.



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17th Nov '15 5:41:36 AM Arivne
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* Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' series had "autokitchens" that usually dispensed layered bricks of "food".

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* Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' series had "autokitchens" that usually dispensed could convert vegetation into layered bricks of "food".
17th Nov '15 5:39:29 AM Arivne
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In several science-fiction works, the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall or machines. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.

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In several some science-fiction works, works the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall or machines. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.
17th Nov '15 5:39:11 AM Arivne
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In several science-fiction works, the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.

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In several science-fiction works, the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall.wall or machines. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.
5th Jul '15 5:27:03 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Lexx}}'' had phallic appendages that dripped a tasteless grey paste (which becomes more watery when the [[LivingShip Lexx]] itself is hungry)

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* The ''{{Lexx}}'' ''{{Series/Lexx}}'' had phallic appendages that dripped a tasteless grey paste (which becomes more watery when the [[LivingShip Lexx]] itself is hungry)
29th Jun '15 5:12:01 PM Arivne
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** Game ''Azhanti High Lightning'', booklet Supplement 5 "Lightning Class Cruisers''. The Crew Quarters Deck galley has automatic equipment that prepares the food.
9th Jan '15 12:17:44 PM Arivne
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9th Jan '15 12:00:20 PM Arivne
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** Inside the underwater SAMURAI facility, the [=PCs=] can find a kitchen area with a large machine. If properly activated, it can process seaweed into edible food with a variety of flavors, temperatures, textures and colors.

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** Inside the underwater SAMURAI facility, the [=PCs=] can find facility is a kitchen area with a large machine. If properly activated, it can process seaweed into edible food with a variety of flavors, temperatures, textures and colors.


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* ''Man, Myth & Magic'' Adventure 1 ''The Glastonbury Labyrinth''. Inside the Atlantean vimana (spaceship) are metal cabinets that dispense food and drink when the correct buttons are pressed. Food is limited to synthetic T-bone steaks, bananas, vegetables, salt and fish or other seafood. Drinks include water, wine and beer.
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