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** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to ''all'' technology in the 31st century, which comes equipped with {{AI}} by default; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to ''all'' technology in the 31st century, which comes equipped with {{AI}} by default; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with by a vending machine.


** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century, which comes equipped with {{AI}} by default; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all ''all'' technology in the 31st century, which comes equipped with {{AI}} by default; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.


** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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** All of the above is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century; century, which comes equipped with {{AI}} by default; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.


** All of the above is [[[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century, with ordinary household appliances having their own AIs; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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** All of the above is [[[JustifiedTrope [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century, with ordinary household appliances having their own AIs; century; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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** All of the above is [[[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that robots ''can'' reproduce sexually in order to meet a demand too large for factories to supply on their own. It's worth noting that the definition of "robots" extends to all technology in the 31st century, with ordinary household appliances having their own AIs; in "The Bots and the Bees" Bender fathers a child with a vending machine.

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* ''VideoGame/DetroitBecomeHuman'': It's possible for the androids Markus and North to fall in love with each other depending on choices taken by the player controlling Markus that deepens his relationship with North, and will kiss during the final battle.


* In Creator/KarelCapek's play ''Theatre/{{RUR}}'', the last living human Alquist sees robots Primus and Helena who fell in love despite being robots [[spoiler:as new Adam and Eve and hope for intelligent life.]]

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* In Creator/KarelCapek's [[Creator/KarelCapek Karel Čapek]]'s play ''Theatre/{{RUR}}'', the last living human Alquist sees robots Primus and Helena who fell in love despite being robots [[spoiler:as new Adam and Eve and hope for intelligent life.]]

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* ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' has a minor side plot involving a robot romance between background characters Seven and Jeremy.

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** In Season VIII, Lister's contacts among the Skutters include Bob (from "The Last Day") and Madge, who is "Bob's missus".

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* The Creator/SpikeJonze short film ''Iím Here'' revolves around a romance between two robots... one which [[{{Deconstruction}} takes a turn for the self-destructive]] when it turns out the female robot is an adrenaline junky who keeps getting damaged by her stunts, forcing her lover to [[BodyHorror remove his own body parts as replacements]], since theyíre poor and canít afford new parts.


** The ship's computer Holly claims to have once had a love affair with a UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, and falls in love with his female counterpart Hilly in a parallel universe.

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** The ship's computer Holly claims to have once had a love affair with a UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, and falls in love with his female counterpart Hilly in a parallel universe. A Skutter also falls in love with one of the parallel Dwarf's [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics pink]] Skutters, and has a litter of mini-Skutters.
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbbVfaUHsn4 idents]] for BBC 2's Red Dwarf Night had a Skutter form a relationship with the 2 (not the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iov0gBi8bCI actually robotic one]], which came later, but a bouncing CGI one with an antennae), eventually getting married and, similar to the above, having a litter of mini-Skutters and 2s.


* An episode of the ''Series/Logans Run'' TV series had an android therapist (she was the last remaining staff at a sleep therapy center) and Rem (who was essentially an android butler and maintenance man) start an odd flirtation. Neither of them understood humans very well, so they thought the idea of a robo romance was odd, but intriguing.

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* An episode of the ''Series/Logans Run'' ''Series/LogansRun'' TV series had an android therapist (she was the last remaining staff at a sleep therapy center) and Rem (who was essentially an android butler and maintenance man) start an odd flirtation. Neither of them understood humans very well, so they thought the idea of a robo romance was odd, but intriguing.

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* Cybertronian society in ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' has Conjunx Endura, which is basically a marriage between two bots. Chromedome and Rewind are one such couple. Chromedome, in fact was notable for having had a total of four partners when most bots went their entire lives without having one. [[spoiler: This was because when each of his previous partners died, [[LaserGuidedAmnesia he used mnemosurgery on himself to erase his memories of them]].]]


* In ''DCComics Presents'': "Whatever Happened to ... Star Hawkins?", Star's robot secretary Ilda marries Automan, Robot for Hire, from ''Tales of the Unexpected''.

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* In ''DCComics Presents'': ''ComicBook/DCComicsPresents'': "Whatever Happened to ... Star Hawkins?", Star's robot secretary Ilda marries Automan, Robot for Hire, from ''Tales of the Unexpected''.

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