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21st Jul '16 9:14:59 PM JacksonStillburn
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** [[spoiler: However this could be because this Krieger is actually one of his clone brothers, where the original was killed in the previous season by falling to his death fighting three other clones, and the surviving clone wasn't fully used to taking the real Krieger's place.]]
16th Jul '16 3:40:16 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''Doctor Ivo Robotnik''', ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''

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-->-- '''Doctor Ivo Robotnik''', ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''
''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''
10th Jul '16 11:35:35 AM nombretomado
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* Another BioWare example: In ''Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', the Consular's healing companion, Tharan Cedrax, and the hologram Holiday. Tharan discovered Holiday was sentient and freed her from a Hutt who only saw her as an exotic toy. He then made her his trusted assistant and business partner, and the two clearly adore each other. Due to her nature, he has to take care of his physical needs with short-term flings, but it's an arrangement Holiday usually doesn't mind. At the end of Tharan's arc, the Consular can half-jokingly suggest this.

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* Another BioWare Creator/BioWare example: In ''Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', the Consular's healing companion, Tharan Cedrax, and the hologram Holiday. Tharan discovered Holiday was sentient and freed her from a Hutt who only saw her as an exotic toy. He then made her his trusted assistant and business partner, and the two clearly adore each other. Due to her nature, he has to take care of his physical needs with short-term flings, but it's an arrangement Holiday usually doesn't mind. At the end of Tharan's arc, the Consular can half-jokingly suggest this.
6th Jun '16 11:50:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* Hari Seldon, the creator of the {{Foundation}}, has a robotic wife named Dors Venabili. However, Dors is [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot ridiculously human]], and Asimov never portrays the relationship as in any way disturbing.

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* Hari Seldon, the creator of the {{Foundation}}, ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'', has a robotic wife named Dors Venabili. However, Dors is [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot ridiculously human]], and Asimov never portrays the relationship as in any way disturbing.
7th Apr '16 8:47:54 AM TyphonOmega
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** In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', if you go to Diamond City's school, you can talk to the the teacher and his Miss Nanny robot assistant (who have feelings for each other) about love. On your next visit to Diamond City afterwards, you can find them getting married in the chapel.

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** * In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', if you go to Diamond City's school, you can talk to the the teacher and his Miss Nanny robot assistant (who have feelings for each other) about love. On your next visit to Diamond City afterwards, you can find them getting married in the chapel.
11th Mar '16 6:40:32 AM 20person
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** In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', if you go to Diamond City's school, you can talk to the the teacher and his Miss Nanny robot assistant (who have feelings for each other) about love. On your next visit to Diamond City afterwards, you can find them getting married in the chapel.
28th Jan '16 8:38:12 PM PaulA
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* The classic (1938) short story ''Helen O'Loy'' by Lester del Rey. A medical student (Phil) and a mechanic (Dave) modify a household robot to have emotions. While Phil is away Dave activates Helen, who learns about love (from watching soap operas!) When Phil comes back home Dave has already fled from her affections, but changes his mind and marries her. On his death Helen requests that Phil shut her down and bury her with Dave. Phil does so, even though it's revealed that he'd [[UnrequitedLove fallen for Helen too]].

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* The classic (1938) short story ''Helen O'Loy'' by Lester del Rey.Creator/LesterDelRey. A medical student (Phil) and a mechanic (Dave) modify a household robot to have emotions. While Phil is away Dave activates Helen, who learns about love (from watching soap operas!) When Phil comes back home Dave has already fled from her affections, but changes his mind and marries her. On his death Helen requests that Phil shut her down and bury her with Dave. Phil does so, even though it's revealed that he'd [[UnrequitedLove fallen for Helen too]].
21st Jan '16 10:27:47 AM missmoon
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* Music/GymClassHeroes's original video for their song "Cupid's Chokehold" had lead singer Travie [=McCoy=] bring one home from his factory job. Things go well until one day, she starts to malfunction.
28th Nov '15 11:40:19 AM nombretomado
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* One fantasy bit on ''{{Scrubs}}'' had Elliot imagining what she would do if she won the lottery: use the money to have the perfect android husband built. Then she kicks herself for making him Jewish too: "My parents will be pissed!"

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* One fantasy bit on ''{{Scrubs}}'' ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' had Elliot imagining what she would do if she won the lottery: use the money to have the perfect android husband built. Then she kicks herself for making him Jewish too: "My parents will be pissed!"
27th Nov '15 6:28:02 PM nombretomado
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* The ScarletWitch married ComicBook/TheVision, an android, and while she was completely insane, it had nothing to do with her robotic love interest. Her insanity happened later, largely because of the DiabolusExMachina that destroyed her marriage. She and Vision were an adorable couple while it lasted. True to this trope, she ''was'' criticized for it. Especially by her brother, who was furious. (His argument that "robots aren't real people!" when his family have been targets of FantasticRacism all their life was hypocritical, sure, but he made it.)

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* The ScarletWitch ComicBook/ScarletWitch married ComicBook/TheVision, an android, and while she was completely insane, it had nothing to do with her robotic love interest. Her insanity happened later, largely because of the DiabolusExMachina that destroyed her marriage. She and Vision were an adorable couple while it lasted. True to this trope, she ''was'' criticized for it. Especially by her brother, who was furious. (His argument that "robots aren't real people!" when his family have been targets of FantasticRacism all their life was hypocritical, sure, but he made it.)
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