Zack: You're in some sort of hospital now and you see a really hot babe in a swimsuit and she's wearing go-go boots and holding an air horn and a hypodermic needle.
Steve: Dang that babe is smoking hot. Am I still all horny from the vagina on the tree?
Zack: You are way horny, dude. You are even hornier after looking at this babe. She says, "I want to give you a shot."
Steve: Top off shot. I tell her that. She can give me a shot but she has to get out those hooters.
Zack: "Does not compute. Input new parameters. Beep boop beep boop!"
Steve: Frigging robot hospital! I knew it!
Zack: She's still trying to give you that shot.
Steve: I grab her and throw her in the sink. "Sleep with the fishes lady! In fish jail!"
Zack: Her circuits bust out of her head, but not before she hits the air horn.
Zack: Suddenly a way buff dude robot enters and he looks PISSED. He's all pumped up. He sees the girl robot dead in the sink and he gets even more mad.
Steve: I've got some of that for you, Tae Bo!
Zack: "You killed my robot wife! You murderer!"
Steve: "Robot marriage is illegal in the Duchy of Geoff!" I'm gonna swing my axe at him as I say that last part. Like the exclamation point.
Zack: You hack him in two before he can react. You see the light fading from his eyes. Somewhere in the distance you hear a robot child calling for "mommy and daddy."
Steve: I had no choice. They were attacking me.
Zack: If that's what you have to tell yourself to sleep at night.
Steve: Is there a way out of here?
Zack: Other than the way you came there is one large door and then a long hallway. The robot child's voice is coming from the long hallway.
Steve: The large door!
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