• T-800, <em>Terminator 2: Judgment Day</em>
    T-800, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    Skynet threw several of its models back in time to kill John and Sarah Connor, but Cyberdyne Systems' model 101 was the toughest. A sophisticated, near-indestructible killing machine with a neural-net processor, the Terminator can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity or fear. And it absolutely will not stop until you are dead.
  • Roy, <em>Blade Runner</em>
    Roy, Blade Runner
    A thoughtful if violent leader for the Replicants, Roy is out for a longer life span and absolution for his sins. Finding neither, he'll settle for being superstrong and super-deadly. Doves are this Aryan warrior's Achilles' heel, so if you find him after you, offer up the bird, and he may just die peacefully.
T-800, <em>Terminator 2: Judgment Day</em>
Roy, <em>Blade Runner</em>
SID 6.7, <em>Virtuosity</em>
Caprica Six, <em>Battlestar Galactica</em>
Data, <em>Star Trek: Nemesis</em>
C-3PO, <em>Star Wars</em>
Gort, <em>The Day the Earth Stood Still</em>
B9, <em>Lost in Space</em>
Bishop, <em>Aliens</em>
Sonny, <em>I, Robot</em>
Gynoid, <em>Metropolis</em>
Stepford wife, <em>The Stepford Wives</em>
Borg, <em>Star Trek: First Contact</em>
Fembots, <em>Austin Powers</em>
Johnny 5, <em>Short Circuit</em>
David, <em>Artificial Intelligence: AI</em>
  • Round 1