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Uggg... the Terminator is getting its own TV series, joining the ranks of Robocop, Mortal Kombat and Blade the series... but I have a better idea. A Robotic Reality Show!!!
They would all be put into one house, and have to do weekly competitions to determine who should be eliminated. The worst two robots would be put into competition to destroy one another, the one destroyed would be eliminated and forced to live in the Junkyard of Shame.
Oh and if one robot destroys another robot without being in an elimination death fight, that robot will be thrown off the show.
Now... lets look at the robotic cast.
Mr. Data - lovable emotionless, logical android from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
RoboCop - unlovable, shoot first, ask questions later, half man, half machine, all cop from the movie franchise.
T-800 - I'm talking about the robotic skeleton, not covered in a skin that looks like Arnold from the Terminator franchise.
T-X - gotta give the show some sex appeal, female liquid metal robot with a flamethrower beneath.
Johnny-5 - wholesomely fun robot that provides comic relief, from the Short Circuit Franchise
C3PO - golden gay robot, that provides non sensicle jabboring and can translate various languages from the Star Wars franchise.
Robot - the old classic flailing arm robot will be the solid rock others need to confide in, from the Lost in Space franchise.
Gigelo Joe - the horn-bot that will always be after the T-X, this is the same bot from the movie Artificial Intelligence.
D.A.R.Y.L. - a boy robot that can fly jets from the movie of the same title.
Sonny - yet another robot with human like qualities that will break of nasty fights on the show, this robot is from the I, Robot movie. It may be discovered he's not really Sonny, but a clone.
Smoke - once a human ninja, he had his soul trapped into a robot's body by his clan. He is from the Mortal Kombat franchise.
Any thoughts? Anyone missed will be picked up for the second season I'm sure.
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I thought that already happened? Or was that Total Recall. I remember Arnold making a guest appearance in the first episode to kick the series off. Never heard of it again after that though.
I know that there was a second Total Recall movie that went straight to DVD, but no television show. Oh well. As for the Terminator series it will start filming in January.