Introduced in the movie classic The Day the Earth Stood Still, Gort comes to Earth as the killer robot bodyguard of the mysterious spaceman, Klaatu, who is on a mission of peace. Even in black and white, Gort is an awesome presence as he emerges from the flying saucer, a giant eight-foot robot with the power to evaporate anything he targets with his laser-like vision. Gort embodies the threat of the unknown and the unfamiliar, as the film explores the human tendency to panic and rush to violence when confronted by situations we don't know and don't understand. Of course, Gort is most remembered for his dramatic encounter with actress Patricia Neal, in which her character Helen stops his mission of destruction with one of the most famous commands in science fiction:
Janice Kawaye Jennifer "Jenny" Wakeman designation: She is a state-of-the-art robotic protector of Earth, armed with advanced weaponry and devices at her disposal, but wishes to live the life of a normal teenager.
Throughout the series, she tries to balance her life with duties of a crime-fighter while attending Reaction in the movie i robot school and proceeding with teenage endeavors. Contents [ show ] Background Jenny was designed as a teenager of about 16 years of age in design and mentalitybut it was 5 years since she had been created, prior to the events of " I Was a Preschool Dropout ".
As her number indicates, she had several prototypeswhom she treats as her "sisters". While she was designed as a teenage robot, presumably with the adolescent mind of a year old or so, she did undergo a period of infancy " Humiliation ". As revealed in the same episode, she also spent some of her early years as a crude steam-powered robot before being upgraded to hydronium-electric hybrid-power as seen in the blueprints of her Master Plan.
For an uncertain amount of time, she was prevented from leaving the house by her mother, except for the purpose of saving the earth, where she would not be viewed by the general populace.
Following the events of " It Came from Next Door ", she finally managed to interact with the outside world and make human friends, namely Brad Carbunkle and his younger brother Tuckand later enrolling in Tremorton High School where she soon met and befriended Sheldon Lee.
Physical Appearance Normal appearance XJ-9's model plan. Jenny stands at 6. She has blue "pigtails" with bolts connecting them to her head that can act as rocket boosters, blue "bangs", white skin, blue "clothes" a crop top, a miniskirt, and knee socksa belly-bolt a bolt that simulates a belly button which doubles as a linchpin as mentioned in " Around the World in Eighty Pieces "hands with 4 fingers each and center holes, a "false nose".
Jenny has no ears, instead possessing an auditory system "decades ahead of its time" " Ear No Evil ". Her body processes are carried out by a fully-functional, metallic electronic brain, which her eyes are connected to " Mind Over Matter ". Her body also contains several access ports for downloading, charging, and other purposes.
Disguised human appearance Jenny has been able to don a pseudo-human form in her ambition to be a normal teenage girl on two occasions: In "Raggedy Android"Nora designed an Exo-Skin for Jenny to freely go around in public during a amusement park event, but the first prototype skin was rushed in production within a day, which resulted in an exo-skin looking more akin to an old ragdoll that ended up scaring everyone at the park.
By the end of the episode, Jenny decided to take off the Exo-Skin and reveal her true nature, and has since been able to blend into society freely as a robot. Mezmer refused to serve robots, Jenny goes to Wakeman to use the exo-suit again. This time, Nora had made improvements to the suit to make Jenny look more human — human enough to fool anyone to believe that Jenny was a real girl.
However, the skin ended up possessing a mind of its own and began persuading Jenny to act like a "normal girl" by dropping her robotic identity and adopting a persona of a girl more focused on diets and not getting her hands dirty.
However, one day as Mezmers was being raided by the Space Bikers and the exo-skin constraining her from confronting the bandits, Jenny poured a chocolate milkshake on herself, making the skin short-circuit and come off, giving Jenny her freewill back and being the vigilant hero she has always been.
While disguised as a "human" in her Exo-Skin, Jenny had light skin with freckles and rosy cheeks. She had red hair tied into two pigtails with black bows. She wore a blue dress with short sleeves, short skirt, white socks and black Mary Jane shoes.
Personality Thanks to having advanced artificial intelligence, Jenny's personality is that of an eager, young, tomboyish teenager. She desires a sense of freedom but also wants acceptance from her peers.
She generally possesses a kind personality and likes anything pertaining to teenage activities, but becomes agitated when her mother or her duties get in her way of her enjoyment.kpopandgrime Sep 27 pm Such a heartwarming and refreshing drama; not many dramas like it..
the lead couple were so lovable and cute, plus Uhm Ki-Joon brought class to the cast (showed why he is one of the best actors in the industry).
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