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8th Nov '17 2:41:31 PM Amahn
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** Much of Bender's inexplicability can be handwaved by Mom's secret ancillary intentions. She apparently builds every robot with the ability to perform her eventual Global Domination, and when the crew visits the Mom's Robot Museum the "see through the eyes of a bending unit" exhibit reveals that all bending units are programmed to identify targets for theft and exploitation.
8th Nov '17 2:31:45 PM Amahn
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*** AIIsACrapshoot. The residents of the planet feared Reese, so she programmed her "toys" with 2 basic commands: defend me and yourselves, replicate. The energy immunity came along much later after they scavenged the technology, presumably from the Asgard, and "evolved". The replicators literally are what they eat, so consuming more advanced technology makes them more advanced - when they eat a rusted soviet sub they're weak enough that a dip in salt water will kill them.
7th Nov '17 12:08:33 PM DialgaX
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' TV series, there is a character named Flint, who appears to be a heavily built human. However, he is actually a robot and an extremely strong one at that (In one memorable scene he brags, "I can lift 400 times my own weight and throw it too."). However, his great strength is {{justified|Trope}} because he is identified as a a "Gamma Series Construction Robot, designed for ultra-heavy lifting.".

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' TV series, there is a character named Flint, who appears to be a heavily built human. However, he is actually a robot and an extremely strong one at that (In one memorable scene he brags, "I can lift 400 times my own weight and throw it too."). However, his great strength is {{justified|Trope}} because he is identified as a a "Gamma Series Construction Robot, designed for ultra-heavy lifting.". His original purpose was as a stockboy at a local supermarket, which should not require such immense strength. Though why would a construction robot even need to be sapient and capable of feeling hatred, jealousy and other negative feelings is left unanswered.
16th Sep '17 11:46:52 AM nombretomado
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** Oddly enough, the GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2003 series gives him the guns back (in addition to the laser), and they also appear in the 2009 movie, to Astro's [[LampshadeHanging incredulity]] ("I have machineguns in my... ''butt?!'').

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** Oddly enough, the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2003 series gives him the guns back (in addition to the laser), and they also appear in the 2009 movie, to Astro's [[LampshadeHanging incredulity]] ("I have machineguns in my... ''butt?!'').
29th Aug '17 1:52:25 AM Loekman3
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** Actually, Arale was stronger than '''''Vegeta''''' in DragonBallSuper. By this point, Vegeta is probably strong enough to destroy the whole universe if he wanted to. Arale defeats him easily. Goku fares better [[FridgeBrilliance because Dragon Ball started as a comedy manga like Dr. Slump, but it was much more serious by the time Vegeta was introduced.]]

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** Actually, Arale was stronger than '''''Vegeta''''' in DragonBallSuper.''Anime/DragonBallSuper''. By this point, Vegeta is probably strong enough to destroy the whole universe if he wanted to. Arale defeats him easily. Goku fares better [[FridgeBrilliance because Dragon Ball started as a comedy manga like Dr. Slump, but it was much more serious by the time Vegeta was introduced.]]
30th Jul '17 5:07:20 PM Sniccups
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** Actually, Arale was stronger than '''''Vegeta''''' in DragonBallSuper. By this point, Vegeta is probably strong enough to destroy the whole universe if he wanted to. Arale defeats him easily. Goku fares better [[FridgeBrilliance because Dragon Ball started as a comedy manga like Dr. Slump, but it was much more serious by the time Vegeta was introduced.]]
27th Jul '17 11:04:45 AM fgenzo159
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** Though ''Film/{{Westworld}}'' implies that the robots developed these skills themselves, so it's more strictly AIIsACrapshoot. Why would they need these skills? To successfully rebel against humans.
17th Jul '17 1:57:31 PM elemt
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* In ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' Rick builds a robot to pass butter which is intelligent enough to ask what its purpose is, and be depressed to learn it.
7th May '17 12:47:46 PM kikiandlala
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* The Imperial Knight battle-mech from ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' were originally just harvesting machines. Even from their early days, they were heavily armed. Their reaper chainswords were for cutting down trees and the battle cannon was for blowing up rocks. The only real modification for when they transitioned into a full-time weapon, was that their original plasteel armour was exchanged for adamantium plates. Similarly, the dreaded Tactical Dreadnought armour a.k.a Terminator, was originally a protective industrial exo-suit for doing hazardous work such as welding inside a plasma reactor or doing work during a meteor storm.
29th Apr '17 1:42:08 PM Psyclone
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** Oddly enough, the GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2003 series gives him the guns back, and they also appear in the 2009 movie, to Astro's [[LampshadeHanging incredulity]] ("I have machineguns in my... ''butt?!'').

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** Oddly enough, the GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2003 series gives him the guns back, back (in addition to the laser), and they also appear in the 2009 movie, to Astro's [[LampshadeHanging incredulity]] ("I have machineguns in my... ''butt?!'').
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