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Dr. Goodfellow (Character)
from "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" (1979)

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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: :  -- A 20th century astronaut is revived out of 500 years of suspended animation to become the greatest hero of a future Earth.

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  1. "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century"
        - The Dorian Secret (1981) TV episode, Played by Wilfrid Hyde-White
        - Testimony of a Traitor (1981) TV episode, Played by Wilfrid Hyde-White
        - The Hand of the Goral (1981) TV episode, Played by Wilfrid Hyde-White
        - Shgoratchx! (1981) TV episode, Played by Wilfrid Hyde-White
        - The Satyr (1981) TV episode, Played by Wilfrid Hyde-White
          (6 more)

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From "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Shgoratchx! (#2.8)" (1981)
[at Twiki's suggestion, his mind is placed in Crichton's body. Crichton is activated]
Crichton: I am robotic unit T-W-K-E-4.
Colonel Wilma Deering: Well, he's working!
[the dwarves clap their hands]
Dr. Goodfellow: Oh, thank goodness for that.
Crichton: I am governed by Dr. Issac Asimov's three immutable robotic laws: One: A robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; Two: A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the first law; Three: A robot must protect its own existence, as long as such protection does not conflict with the first or second law.
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