Pete and Sandra are talking about famous and favorite or what they think are “important” robots, cyborgs, AI, etc from movies and literature.
This is the first of many episodes to come, covering this topic.
Remember, If you can’t hold someone to your bosom, it becomes increasingly difficult for Pete to consider you a “person”.
Gaff’s final message, Deckard and Rachael are free, and we stumble all over our brains trying to explain it all to ourselves.
Deckard and Rachael are running off, Deckard notices Rachael stepped on something in the hallway, and Sandra smacks the shit out of Pete.
What’s under the sheet? What’s the best kind of love? How long will it take before we’re a youtube sensation?
Deckard races home for Rachael, Pete finally understands Ghostbusters, our friend Adam joins us for about six seconds, and then we simply get hungry and just stop the episode dead in it’s tracks.
A final farewell to Roy Batty, Gaff has a cryptic message for Deckard, and Pete Loses all of his wrestling street cred.
We talk about minutes 107 and 108 in this double-Deckard episode. After losing Rutger Hauer this week, we wouldn’t dream of splitting up this monologue.
The chase is officially over, Roy has Deckard at his mercy, and Deckard literally spits in the face of death.
We miss Rutger Hauer already. What a wonderful, selfless, and shining star of a human being.
Deckard falls short, Roy catches up, and this is what it sounds like…when doves cry.
Deckard climbs to safety, a short history of TDK, and Roy will have no truck with running away.