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He takes a long look at her, searching for some tell-tale scrap of Otherness draped around her shoulders, woven through her hair, glinting in her eyes or shining out of her smile.
Frank's got a faulty personality circuit, Gerard's primary memory chip is kind of temperamental, there's a bug somewhere in Mikey's speech protocol, and Ray's anger response lags like a motherfucker.
They're also the world's most potty-mouthed robots, although with any luck there won't be any occasion for the world's press to find out about that. They tell the world that they're dating, which should probably be some kind of grand romantic gesture, but nobody's surprised.
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