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Hot Bot is a 2016 sci-fi Sex Comedy starring Zack Pearlman, Doug Haley, Cynthia Kirchner and Larry Miller.

When beautiful, experimental sex robot Bardot (Kirchner) is mistakenly lost by two incompetent assistants, she falls into the hands of two sex-starved teenaged virgins, Huffy (Haley) and Nard (Pearlman). Their sexual fantasies are quickly interrupted by villainous Senator Biter (Miller) and his goons, who want their robot returned. In a twist of fate, Huffy and Nard help the Hot Bot avoid being recaptured, while she teaches them to respect women instead of just thinking about sex.



  • Actually Pretty Funny: When Kassidy complains that her ex-boyfriend Rodney liked her car more than he liked her, Limus comments that it is a very nice car, which causes Kassidy to break out laughing.
  • Bad Job, Worse Uniform: Huffy and Nard work at a fried fish and doughnut outlet called Batter Up where they are required to wear baseball uniforms.
  • Batman in My Basement: Limus and Leonard try to to hide the advanced sexbot Bardot in Limus' house and keep her hidden from his family.
  • Burger Fool: Huffy and Nard work at fried fish and doughnut shack called Batter Up. It is every bit as depressing as it sounds.
  • Chainsaw Good: When he thinks that Bardot is a zombie, Nard arrives at Huffy's house with a chainsaw to destroy her. Becomes a Chekhov's Gun when he uses it to escape from the trunk of his car.
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  • Chekhov's Gunman: Huffy's father mostly seems to exist to cause complications in the Batman in My Basement plot as Huffy attempts to hide a Sexbot in the family home. However, at the end of film, his job as a baggage handler at the airport—which is established early on—suddenly becomes vital when Huffy needs to smuggle Bardot out of the city.
  • Do Androids Dream?: The Bardot model of Sexbot is built to learn and form its own personality, and decides it wants more than to be someone else's toy; especially after the hero's kid sister exposes her to the Bible.
  • Do You Want to Copulate?: When Bardot reboots following the damage she sustained in being hit by the car, she emerges from the shower, drops her Modesty Towel in front of Huffy and Nard, and asks which of them wants to take her first. Or if they want to do her at the same time.
  • Dress Hits Floor: Bardot's Modesty Towel hits the floor when she asks Huffy and Nard Do You Want to Copulate?
  • Fan Disservice: It is safe to assume that most viewers watching a film about an advanced Sexbot played by Cynthia Kirchner did not really want to see a pasty, flabby naked Larry Miller.
  • Fashion-Shop Fashion Show: Bardot puts on a fashion show when for Limus and Leonard when she is trying on outfits in Benny's sex store. The boys give a thumbs up or down for each outfit. They eventually manage to settle on something they can take her our in public in without her being arrested.
  • I Love the Dead: Played for Black Humor when Nard suggests Huffy have sex with Bardot while they both still assume she's dead.
  • Instant Chucks: Sex shop owner Benny has a double-ended dildo that comes apart with the two halves being linked by a chain. He uses it as a set of nunchucks to knock out Agents Koontz and Frazier when he rescues Limus and Leonard from Senator Biter's fundraiser.
  • Jerk Jock: Rodney, who seemingly spends all his time picking on nerds, ignoring his girlfriend, and hitting on women. He even carries business cards announcing that he has a 15 inch penis. He eventually gets pummeled into the ground by a Sexbot.
  • Machine Monotone: The Hot Bots speak in a monotone with stiff speech patterns as well as a clearly synthetic voice. Bardot's vpice become more human as she breaks free from her programming and develops her own personality.
  • Mistaken for Gay: Following a series of misunderstandings due to them attempting to keep Bardot secret, including a series of credit card charges to a No-Tell Motel, Limus and Leonard's parents come to the conclusion that they are in a relationship.
  • Mistaken for Undead: Huffy and Nard accidentally run down the Sexbot Bardot with their car. Because she looks and feels human but has no life signs, they assume they have killed her and take her back to Huffy's house to conceal her while they work out how to dispose of the body. When she reboots and gets up, they assume she is a zombie and Nard fetches a chainsaw to attempt to dispatch her.
  • Modesty Towel: After Huffy and Nard take the "dead" Bardot back to Huffy's house, they panic when she's missing the next morning. Until they hear the shower running and she steps out of the bathroom wearing a towel. A towel she quickly discards when offering herself to them.
  • My Sensors Indicate You Want to Tap That: The Sexbots can detect arousal in humans. During the television interview, Sophia lays her hand on Nigel's chest and tells him that his heart rate is elevated, and then adds that he is getting erect. As he tries to deny this, she notes that he is now 97% erect, and very well-endowed.
  • No-Tell Motel: Benny takes Bardot to one called the Colonial Motel to hide her from the authorities. Limus pays for the room with his emergency credit card. Apparently, the Colonial has this reputation because when the charges show up on his statement, Limus' father goes balistic and wants to know if his wife has been going there behind his back.
  • Overreacting Airport Security: While chasing Huffy and Bardot into the airport, Agents Frazier and Koontz make the mistake of trying to charge their way past a security checkpoint. Flashing their credentials doesn't impress the security officers, and things go from bad to worse when the officers discover Frazier and Koontz are carrying guns. Huffy and Bardot get clean away, and a post-credits scene shows Frazier and Koontz still in the airport, being strip searched and with security preparing to do a cavity search.
  • Punk in the Trunk: When Koontz and Frazier capture Limus and Leonard, they lock them in the trunk of Leonard's car, preparatory to driving them to Senator Biter so he can kill them.
  • Racing the Train: Limus, Leonard and Bardot race alongside a freight train while being chased by Agents Frazier and Koontz. They make it to the crossing and cut across in front of the train, leaving the feds stranded.
  • Robot Girl: The "Hot Bots" are all female Ridiculously Human Robots, that are simply played by human actresses.
  • Robo Speak: The Hot Bots are a monotone and stiff speech patterns as well as a clearly synthetic voice. Bardot starts to lose hers as she gains self-awareness and starts to develop her own personality.
  • Scenery Censor: When Bardot malfunctions and passes out on the bed still naked, Nard's chainsaw conceals her body from the audience.
  • Sexbot: An advanced sex bot named Bardot (actually her model name) is ordered for a senator and lost in delivery before being discovered by two teenage boys. The model is built to learn and form its own personality, and decides it wants more than to be someone else's toy.
  • Sex Goddess: The "Hot Bots" are all supposed to be this, with the Bardot model being supposedly the best when it comes to pleasuring their clients.
  • Shoulders-Up Nudity: The camera stays above Bardot's shoulders when she drops her Modesty Towel in front of the boys. Later when she malfunctions and passes out on the bed still naked, Nard's chainsaw conceals her body from the audience.
  • Shout-Out: When Benny watches Bardot in the motel, he says, "I'm going to ask you a series of short questions. Answer them as best as you can." Bardot asks, "May I smoke?" Benny then says, "It won't affect the test." This is an homage to the scene in Blade Runner between Deckard and Rachel.
  • Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids: Was it really necessary to give a Sexbot superhuman strength and the combat prowess to take down a dozen police and government agents?
  • Train Escape: After Racing the Train, Limus, Leonard and Bardot manage to to cut across in front of a freight train; leaving their pursuers stranded on the other side of the tracks.