Robot and Frank


with this death machine?

What's the problem?

It's a robot.

Hi, Frank. It's a

pleasure to meet you.

How do you know?

All right.

Why don't you go on inside, tidy up, and

cook us whatever food you can find?

Okay, Hunter.

Good to meet you, Frank.

I like your house.

That thing is going to

murder me in my sleep.

Somebody's going to

murder you in your sleep.

What about your mother?

She's not going to want a

robot getting in her way.

Mom's got her own robot.

You know Mom doesn't live

here anymore, right?

You've been divorced

for 30 years.

Yeah, I know that.

That's not what I meant.

How can you not

be excited by this?

Where the hell did it get that?

I found a box of cake mix

in the cupboard, Frank.

If you don't mind me saying so,

I think I could be

a big help to you.

What do you say?

Get this hunk of crap

out of my house.

I don't know

what I'm supposed to do.

I don't know what I'm supposed to do, Dad.

I drive up here every week.

I don't see my kids.

Forget it. But the robot's

staying because it's expensive,

and you're going

to do what it says

or you are going to end up

in the memory center.

Because the last thing I need is you dying

all alone up here to be my fault, too.

I'm not asking you

to do anything.

No, of course not.

How the hell do I turn you off?

I'm sorry, Frank, but Hunter has

chosen for me to remain on.

I don't have

an off switch, Frank.

If you let go of me,

I'll do the dishes.

Go ahead.

Wake up, Frank.

It's 7:
00, Frank.

Wake up.

Frank, it's crucial that we establish

a set schedule for your day

to help keep you oriented.

Frank, I've reviewed

your medical records.

Are you finding your episodes of

disorientation increasing in frequency?

What the hell are you?

I'm a robot, Frank.

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