Chip, the android boy is back. This time, he is off to college, suffering from a computer virus and in love with Roberta, another android. Will there be a happy ending?

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Dr. Phil Masters
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Roberta
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Prof. Victoria Gray
Scott Nell ...
Brandon Wilson, Chip's Room-Mate
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Moore, Dr. Masters' Assistant
Mike Russell ...
Miller, Dr. Masters' Assistant
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Austin, Bus Punk
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Rick, Bus Punk
Bob Sorenson ...
Walter, Dr. Masters' Assistant
Douglas Cotner ...
Mel Parker, the Bus Driver (as Doug Cotner)
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Holly Robertson ...
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Chip, the android boy is back. This time, he is off to college, suffering from a computer virus and in love with Roberta, another android. Will there be a happy ending? Written by B.H. Yasuda <b_yasuda@hotmail.com>

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23 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Both Jay Underwood and Robyn Lively played roles in the "Young Indiana Jones Adventures" series. Jay a young Ernest Hemingway, and Robyn a friend of the titular young Indy. See more »

Quotes

[the Carsons are discussing something funny that happened earlier that day]
Chip: Would it be appropriate to laugh? I've got a new one I'd like to try.
Jonas: No. Maybe later, okay?
Becky: Yeah sure, Chip. Go ahead, let's hear your laugh.
Chip: All right.
[extremely loud, echoing]
Chip: HAAA!
[everyone in the restaurant stares]
Chip: Everyone enjoys a good laugh.
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from Peter Gunn (1958)
Written and Composed by Henry Mancini
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Clever Entertainment For Everyone
6 September 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

After seeing Not Quite Human I wondered about what adventures would lie ahead for Chip and his family my question was answered when Not Quite Human II came on to the screen. Most of the cast returned with some additions for an all new story, this movie was just as intelligent as the first and even funnier.

Since the events of the first film Chip (Underwood) is about to graduate from high school and wants to attend college once there he tries to socialize and understand the college life, one day he finds himself developing feelings for Roberta(Barbie) a young woman he saw during his first few days at school. It turns out that she too is an android, however the people who helped to create her want her back and now Chip will do anything it takes to protect the girl he has fallen in love with.

The scenes between Chip & Roberta were so sweet it was nice for him to meet someone who like him was learning to understand about humans and the world around them. One of my favourite scenes was when he was trying to save her before her power died out and professed his feelings . For fans of sci fi comedies I recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a good family oriented comedy.


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