Robot Rescue Pt. 1
Reach Level 12 and Unlock Martin Make Lisa Think of a Way to Help C.H.U.M. Force C.H.U.M. to Frolic with Martin
- 60m 12h
Robot Rescue Pt. 2
Make Lisa Put Her Plan Into Action Make Bart Get Distracted by Yard Work Simulator
Robot Rescue Pt. 3
Make C.H.U.M. do the Robot
Lisa, I've had an epiphany after being paired with teacher in the “buddy system” on our recent field trip. Our weak hand-holding crossing the road suggested that teacher was, in fact, not my “buddy”.
That's not much of an epiphany. Everyone laughed at you and called you a loser. Even sadly and unprofessionally, the teacher.
The same thing happened to Steve Jobs. But like him, my genius has trumped my mockery. I present... The Childlike Humanoid Urban Muchacho, or as he's known to me, his creator and permanent buddy: C.H.U.M!
Please don't call me that. At least not around other robots.
See, his “banter” function is working perfectly! Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm about to set him to “frolic". And we're off!
*sigh* That poor robot.
Professor, is it possible for robots to feel emotion?
I believe it is, contrary to the cold shoulder I'm getting from the female voice in my car's GPS.
The car's German. Give it time. Now, I've got some robot suffering to lessen.
I've heard there's a way to help robots in trouble, but it's a well-kept secret.
That sounds like an awesome movie. Maybe the robot kills and burns everyone around it. That could be the first minute and then it could build from there.
I'm glad you're excited about this. Can I count on you to help?
Okay, but I'm not doing it to help you, I'm doing it to hurt Martin.
Six of one. Now come on -- we can start by making contact with another local robot.
Whoa, the new Yard Work Simulator! I'm gonna get the raking leaves high score!
Okay, everything is set. The Yard Work Simulator has contacted every robot from here to West Shelbyville. They will get C.H.U.M. to a place where he can be happy.
Wouldn't it be easier to just pour water on him so he can short-circuit? Easier and way cooler to watch!
No Bart, he deserves happiness and should enjoy a long life. At least until the C.H.U.M. two-point-oh comes out and he's stuck in a closet somewhere.
Lisa, have you seen C.H.U.M.? I planned a big day for us folding pocket squares, steeping tea, a gentle poetry jam…
Uh no, I haven't seen him. Did he say anything to you?
He just sent me an email saying “As much misery as I felt, I now feel twice as much joy”. What ever could that mean?
I have no idea, but isn't it enough for you that wherever he is, he's happy?
No! I had to sit by myself on the bus today. I have a mirror next to my bed so I can pretend I have a friend sleeping over. I'm back to being alone and even I don't enjoy my company!
I'm sorry, but finding friends for nerds is way harder than friends for robots.