A love letter to R. Dorothy Wayneright

October 15, 2013 at 11:07 am (I Propose to Fictional Characters) (, , , )

Dear R. Dorothy Wayneright,

I think that you are probably my favorite lady android.

Sorry, Caprica 6.

Sorry, Caprica 6.

You are, R. Dorothy Wayneright, incredibly badass. I mean: You’re the android assistant of a Batman pastiche! That makes you like Robin, if Robin was a lady android and didn’t suck.

"Hey!"

“Hey!”

You live in a land populated by giant robot monsters that may or may not be a Matrix-like computer simulation and that doesn’t phase you one bit. Why, R. Dorothy Wayneright?

Because you’re wonderful.

Also, let's all watch The Big O!

Also, let’s all watch The Big O!

There are many things I love about you, like how cute you are in your little housemaid outfit and how you bonded with that cat that was actually a transformed little boy (that was a weird episode, amiright, R. Dorothy Wayneright?) and how you play the piano perfectly and how you make jokes without changing your inflection at all.

You are so cute, pianist R. Dorothy Wayneright!

You are so cute, pianist R. Dorothy Wayneright!

But the best thing about you, R. Dorothy Wayneright, is that you are one kick-ass fighting machine. Like remember the time when you got shot with an arrow bomb (that was a weird episode too, amiright, R. Dorothy Wayneright?), but before the bomb exploded, you leaped onto a car and directed into the path off an oncoming semi, severing the arrow in twain (in twain, R. Dorothy Wayneright!), saving yourself and also (probably) the drivers of both vehicles. That’s not really a fight, I guess, R. Dorothy Wayneright, unless you count it as a fight to save your life, but it was so awesome I had to mention it. Basically, R. Dorothy Wayneright, you are here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, except you didn’t bring any bubblegum because why would an android chew bubblegum?

"That is a puzzler."

“That is a puzzler.”

I love you, R. Dorothy Wayneright. If things don’t work out with the Japanese Batman, I’ll pick you up on the rebound so hard you just don’t even know.

... OK, fine, maybe I would try to get you two crazy kids back together.

… OK, fine, maybe I would try to get you two crazy kids back together.

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