- Walter Girl Paige greeted a follower on Twitter with "Hello, fellow human female!" which seems just a bit too...specific. Plus, Bunny Bennett once mentioned that the satin striped fabric used for the bots' costumes is meant to convey an artificial, man-made quality about them, and the labcoat dresses worn by the Walter Girls are made of the exact same fabric, but white. My guess? Walter Robotics has gotten a lot better at making their robots look human over the years.
- Perhaps Peter A. Walter VI hasn't revealed this because he doesn't want The Spine to know about it just yet. He doesn't think he's ready to transition.
- Check out the logos for Weyland Industries◊ and Walter Robotics◊. Both companies are headed by a scientist named Peter who's eccentric to say the least. Both use technologies that verge on indistinguishable from magic, seemingly out of nowhere. Both companies make robots.
So how could it be that a robot with no true emotions like Rabbit could fall in love at all? Perhaps instead, Rabbit merely *believed* that she was in love, hence the extreme melodrama that seems to follow, "Turpentine erase me whole" etc. etc.
Rabbit merely acted on protocol, and adapt to surroundings. She did what she believed was right.
No one let her watch soap operas, mmkay?