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9th Sep '17 5:44:19 PM nombretomado
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* One of the stories on ''CerberusDailyNews'' is about parents leaving their children with robot nannies. There's a debate on the effects it has on a child, and whether parents are neglecting their children or just simply don't have the time to be with them.

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* One of the stories on ''CerberusDailyNews'' ''Roleplay/CerberusDailyNews'' is about parents leaving their children with robot nannies. There's a debate on the effects it has on a child, and whether parents are neglecting their children or just simply don't have the time to be with them.
26th Aug '17 4:28:06 PM NiGHTS
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* ''ComicBook/PlanetTerry'': Terry was raised by a Life Ship after being left stranded in space as a newborn. Still, it's not a parental figure to him, so he spends the whole series searching for his real parents.
25th Apr '17 12:09:16 AM MegaSolipsist
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* Hester Shaw from ''Literature/MortalEngines'' by Phillip Reeve was raised for several years by a Stalker named Shrike (think ''Series/DoctorWho'''s Cybermen mixed with Rampancy-stage AI from ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'') after her parents were murdered. Actually, she gets worried that she is little more that a piece in his collection, and runs away, breaking his heart in the process.

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* Hester Shaw from ''Literature/MortalEngines'' by Phillip Reeve was raised for several years by a Stalker named Shrike (think ''Series/DoctorWho'''s Cybermen mixed with Rampancy-stage AI from ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'') after her parents were murdered. Actually, she gets worried that she is little more that a piece in his collection, collection of doll children, and runs away, breaking his heart in the process.process. Throughout the series, Shrike is one of the few people that Hester shows genuine affection and care for.
4th Mar '17 11:59:31 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/MarsNeedsMoms'', the female Martians are raised by disciplinary robots that are fueled by mothers from the planet Earth, hence their kidnapping.

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* In ''Film/MarsNeedsMoms'', ''WesternAnimation/MarsNeedsMoms'', the female Martians are raised by disciplinary robots that are fueled by mothers from the planet Earth, hence their kidnapping.
16th Feb '17 4:23:10 PM eroock
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--> --'''Zim''', ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim''

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--> --'''Zim''', -->-- '''Zim''', ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim''
11th Feb '17 7:14:04 PM Vir
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* ZigZagged by Sari from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. She's a human raised by a human, who later loses her father to kidnapping and has to live with the Autobots in a warehouse until he is rescued. [[spoiler: Then it's revealed that she's a techno-organic, which means that she was a robot raised by a human raised ''as'' a human later partly raised by robots.]]

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* ZigZagged [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] by Sari from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. She's a human raised by a human, who later loses her father to kidnapping and has to live with the Autobots in a warehouse until he is rescued. [[spoiler: Then it's revealed that she's a techno-organic, which means that she was a robot raised by a human raised ''as'' a human later partly raised by robots.]]



* Gyrus Krinkle of ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo''. He didn't grow up quite right.

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* Gyrus Krinkle of ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo''.''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo''. He didn't grow up quite right.
3rd Jan '17 12:41:16 PM Allronix
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** But played more straightly in "I Sing the Body Electric" (sometimes also called "The Electric Grandmother"). A widower needs additional help in raising his children, particularly since his own other died young. So, he sends for an android grandmother who turns out to be ''incredibly'' good at the job and astute at human psychology. The widower and two of the children quickly grow attached to the android and consider her part of the family. It's just the middle child, who is still grieving for her mother, who "grandma" needs to win over.

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** But played more straightly in "I Sing the Body Electric" (sometimes also called "The Electric Grandmother"). A widower needs additional help in raising his children, particularly since his own other mother died young. So, he sends for an android grandmother who turns out to be ''incredibly'' good at the job and astute at human psychology. The widower and two of the children quickly grow attached to the android and consider her part of the family. It's just the middle child, who is still grieving for her mother, who "grandma" needs to win over.
3rd Jan '17 10:13:43 AM Allronix
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* In the StarWarsExpandedUniverse, Han Solo and Princess Leia have a robot nanny for their children.

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* In the StarWarsExpandedUniverse, Han Solo and Princess Leia have a robot nanny for their children. Well, when they aren't letting C3-P0 handle the task.




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** But played more straightly in "I Sing the Body Electric" (sometimes also called "The Electric Grandmother"). A widower needs additional help in raising his children, particularly since his own other died young. So, he sends for an android grandmother who turns out to be ''incredibly'' good at the job and astute at human psychology. The widower and two of the children quickly grow attached to the android and consider her part of the family. It's just the middle child, who is still grieving for her mother, who "grandma" needs to win over.
9th Nov '16 11:13:02 AM nombretomado
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* Rosie, the robotic nanny from TheJetsons.

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* Rosie, the robotic nanny from TheJetsons.WesternAnimation/TheJetsons.
24th Aug '16 3:11:04 PM Morgenthaler
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* There's a Geico ad where a woman tries to save money by enrolling her children in a daycare run by robots. It does not go well.

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* In ''Manga/KuroganeCommunication'', Haruka is raised by five robots: Spike, Trigger, Angela, Cleric, and Reeves.

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* In ''Manga/KuroganeCommunication'', Haruka is raised by five robots: Spike, Trigger, Angela, Cleric, and Reeves.



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* ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'': Our hero was raised by the freewilled robot A-1, who trained him in robot fighting.
* In the ''ComicBook/{{Sillage}}'' Prequel Series ''Nävis'', the title character is raised on a jungle planet by a robot. However, she can also apparently talk to the local animals and has a tiger-like creature for a friend, so it kinda overlaps with WildChild.

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* ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'': Our hero was raised by the freewilled robot A-1, who trained him in robot fighting.
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* In the ''ComicBook/{{Sillage}}'' Prequel Series ''Nävis'', the title character is raised on a jungle planet by a robot. However, she can also apparently talk to the local animals and has a tiger-like creature for a friend, so it kinda overlaps with WildChild.



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* Inverted in ''Film/AIArtificialIntelligence'' with David, the little robot boy raised by humans.

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* Inverted in ''Film/AIArtificialIntelligence'' with David, the little robot boy raised by humans.



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* Zev bellringer in ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' was raised by malfunctioning robots after being sold to the wife bank on the planet [=B3K=].
* The sociopathic villain of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Robots of Death" was raised by robots.
* An episode of ''Welcome To Paradox'' was about a facility where humans are raised by androids, and free humans from outside trying to free them.

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* Zev bellringer in ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' was raised by malfunctioning robots after being sold to the wife bank on the planet [=B3K=].
[=B3K=].
* The sociopathic villain of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' story "The Robots of Death" was raised by robots.
robots.
* An episode of ''Welcome To Paradox'' was about a facility where humans are raised by androids, and free humans from outside trying to free them.



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* PlayedForLaughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' with the [[UnnecessarilyCreepyRobot Nannybots]] manufactured by Mom's Friendly Robot Company.
-->SLEEP LITTLE DUMPLING, I HAVE REPLACED YOUR MOTHER.
* Irkens from ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' are so far past TheSingularity that they are grown in factories. Zim loved the cold unfeeling robot hand that raised him.
** [[HeroAntagonist Dib]] and [[EnfantTerrible Gaz]] come pretty close--their dad, [[ReluctantMadScientist Professor Membrane]], is such a {{Workaholic}} that he usually communicates with them through a floating screen, and at least some of the messages seem to be recordings.

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' with the [[UnnecessarilyCreepyRobot Nannybots]] manufactured by Mom's Friendly Robot Company.
Company.
-->SLEEP LITTLE DUMPLING, I HAVE REPLACED YOUR MOTHER.
MOTHER.
* Irkens from ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' are so far past TheSingularity that they are grown in factories. Zim loved the cold unfeeling robot hand that raised him.
him.
** [[HeroAntagonist Dib]] and [[EnfantTerrible Gaz]] come pretty close--their dad, [[ReluctantMadScientist Professor Membrane]], is such a {{Workaholic}} that he usually communicates with them through a floating screen, and at least some of the messages seem to be recordings.


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