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The Old Man 1x7

According to Zoe, it indicated a hint of distrust between Hamzad and Nina. But Dan dismisses it as mis-judgment on her part as Hazmad cannot bear to have disloyal associates. Harold tells Dan that there is a deal in place that Bote has brokered. He is faced with two choices: either submit himself to be taken to a plane where Hamzad wants him, or Bote delivers Emily to him instead.

The Old Man 1x7

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They reach the destination but see that the van is empty and both Marty and Waters are dead. Harold laments their circumstance, when Dan reveals the truth about the manifest and why Hamzad asked him about the flight.

Bernstein and Levine must be given tremendous credit for keeping the shape of their narrative intact. Even when the going got tough, they never abandoned their style or personality. In fact, that is what helped them out of those situations.

Emily looks to be 4 years old in the scene where they are leaving for the flight. Obviously Harold knows the year that they left for the US and Emily would too considering she has CIA clearance and would have looked into it. So either:

This show is amazing, good to see you have a site going to keep track. I have already had to rewatch the series from the beginning when I was about halfway through so I could recap as there are so many twists and references. This is the first show I have ever watched that I actually contemplate it during the day, trying to sort it all out! I heard there will be a season 2, I was so thrilled! The writing on this is top notch!

He was the leader and resident genius of a former group of heroes called Teen Team, all of whom met Invincible whilst fighting off an invasion by other-dimensional aliens known as the Flaxans. He is now a member of the current iteration of the Guardians of the Globe following the death of most of the original members by the former superhero, Omni-Man.

Initially, Robot appeared to be some kind of hyper-smart artificial intelligence, housed in a combat-capable robot body. It was later revealed the robot was no more than a drone controlled by a human named Rudolph Conners, who had been plagued by severe deformations and illness. According to the Mauler Twins, whom Robot had deceived into helping him, his motor cortex was "the size of a pea" and parts of his brain had been "eaten alive by his oversized cerebrum", with brain cells more dense than normal and lungs suffering an extreme toxic reaction to oxygen. With the help of the Mauler Twins, Robot's mind was duplicated into an artificially-grown body made from a sample of Rex Splode's blood. The clone would go on to live his own new life while the original accepted his fate and died.

Originally, Robot was a severely deformed human, barely bigger than a child and crumpled inside a liquid-filled pod with mechanical legs. His skin was pale and covered in sores and blisters, his nose hidden (or replaced) by a mechanical clamp and his only working eye being the yellow-green right eye.

His namesake robotic drone, and later suit, is a tall, orange colored machine with segmented limbs and a robust chest cavity and a slender pelvic region. The robot's limbs are connected by and fastened together with the rest of its body by a series of round interlocks. The robot's most noticable feature is its human skull-shaped head with green eyes and a cylinder on the upper-back of its head.

With the intent of keeping his real identity and appearance a secret, Rudolph made sure to act as similar as possible to an actual AI; with no emotions, and following a decision making process based solely on logical reasoning. Another trait Rudolph had which further contributed to his fake Robot persona, would be his use of formal and elegant vocabulary, in contrast to most of his teammates, particularly Rex Splode, who often used slangs and slurs. Even when Rudolph/Robot agreed with Rex, he would express it by simply stating "indeed". By doing this, Rudolph was able to convincingly make his teammates and peers believe he was an actual Robot, something that occasionally would invoke rude comments from them, as shown when Black Samson states the newly-formed Guardians of the Globe needed "a leader they could look in the eye, not a bunch of ones and zeros". Similarly, after attempting to sympathize with Monster Girl after she explained her curse to him, she cut him off, inquiring how could he understand since he was a robot.

In spite of this, Robot/Rudolph's genius level intellect would sometimes warrant compliments and admiration from his teammates. During the Flaxans' invasions of Earth, it is shown that Robot has a proactive approach to combat situations, as he, in multiple instances, scanned the Flaxans army and equipment, gathering useful information which he then relayed to his teammates, doing so before and during clashes, which would occasionally swing the fight in his team's favor. Robot/Rudolph also had the foresight to investigate, scan and analyze the aftermath of battles, as he did after the first Flaxan invasion, where he discovered the reason for their retreat was due to their faster temporal rate, which killed the Flaxans soldiers of old age. It was likely these strategies, the efficiency which Rudolph/Robot employed them, along with his leadership skills, which impressed Cecil and prompted him to compliment Robot and invite him to assemble the new members of the Guardians of the Globe, something Robot was honored to accept.

While Rudolph/Robot is a hero and a force for good, he is not above resorting to questionable and even wrongful deeds to achieve his own ends. This is demonstrated when he aids the Mauler Twins escape their prison, and subsequently makes a deal with them to grow him a new human body. Rudolph successfully manages to manipulate the Twins into doing his bidding, having the foresight to prevent the sabotage on his new body by them, while also only revealing the true nature of their deal at its very end. Upon conclusion of their deal, Rudolph gives the Twins what they want, but shortly after attacks them in an attempt to arrest them and return them to prison, further showcasing his duplicitous nature.

Even though Rudolph is cold and calculating most of the time, he has deep feelings for Monster Girl, something he subtly expresses in various interactions with her. However, when Monster Girl was gravely injured at the hands of Battle Beast, Robot immediately retaliated by firing a beam of energy at him, clearly being enraged by his actions. After the battle was over, Robot is seen clutching Monster Girl, clearly showing how Rudolph was emotionally distraught at her current condition. Rudolph/Robot took it upon himself to ensure Monster Girl's survival, insisting in helping the doctors save her life, as well as sending a drone to obtain a rare flower which contributed to Monster Girl's chances of survival. It was Rudolph's feelings for Monster Girl which prompted him to copy his mind into a body grown from an adaptation of Rex Splode's DNA because Rudolph noticed Monster Girl found Rex "interesting", as he states so himself. While having the Twins break him free from the pod where his deformed body was stored, he explains to them that the pod was never designed to be opened or drained, and he stated that the reason for opening the pod now was that he "met someone."

Ultimately, Rudolph's logic-only thought process put him in a complicated situation with his teammates. When he eventually reveals his true human identity to the members of the Guardians of the Globe, it is met with shock from most of them, and with outrage from Rex Splode, due to Rudolph's human form being a replica of a kid version of Rex. The only member who appeared to partially understand Rudolph was Monster Girl, however, she, along with the rest of the team, had difficulty accepting the situation, because of the actions Rudolph took to achieve his ends, something he never considered would cause upheaval from his teammates, due to the way he thinks. In the end, they seemingly accepted Rudolph, and the team came together to aid in the aftermath of the battle between Invincible and Omni-man, where Rudolph used his drones to scan for human survivors beneath rubbles and debris.

When the Flaxans attacked Earth, Invincible is shot at, but Atom Eve saves him by setting up a force field. Robot tells Eve that enemy tanks would line up to kill her and she takes care of it, while Robot keeps telling everybody else what was happening. Dupli-Kate and Rex Splode continued attacking. Eve tells Invincible to take the old woman to a hospital since they had it covered. However, Robot said that it was possible they did not. The team started getting overwhelmed and was about to get shot at once again until the aliens started dying and leaving.

Cecil tells Robot that they had done well, but had not achieved a victory since 338 people had died. Robot reveals that the aliens called themselves The Flaxans and had six ideas as to why they had left. However, he saw a tank that The Flaxans had used and noted that the alloy of which the tank was comprised should take years to corrode and oxidize, which meant that time ran faster where they came from. Cecil asks how Invincible had done, and while Robot thinks that he has promise, he mentions that he seems unprepared. Cecil says that he would need his help, and leaves.

Eve and Invincible fly through the city and at one point, he worries that he had lost her, crashing into a billboard. They try flying again and fly through a bridge until a hole in the ground opens and Invincible meets Teen Team. When they get there, Rex makes out with Eve until he greets him, saying that they had won the fight without him, but Dupli-Kate reveals that it had been because the aliens died. Robot greets Invincible, as well as Dupli-Kate. Robot tells the team about the Flaxans and asks Invincible if they could count on him to help in the future. He asks Robot if he is sure, but agrees later.

Rex asks Eve and Invincible why they had gotten to the top of a building together, and Eve reminds him that they go to the same school and tells them that he had never gone to high school. Robot tells them to focus since the Flaxans were back, but this time it seemed they had found a way to resist the timestream. Eve asks Mark if he was ready, and he unconfidently says that he was. 041b061a72

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