A 13 year old boy wins a computerized home manned by a cyborg maid named PAT. When he and his dad move into the house, he figures that his dad will cease considering re-marrying anyone since the house and PAT can handle all of the cooking and cleaning chores. However, his father soon shows an interest in the computer programmer. This sets the boy into tinkering with PAT's program and sets in motion a too wife (and mother)-like nagging robot. Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When The Computer At Home Has Opinions Of Her Own!
Did You Know?
During the interview when the lady reporter asks a question she doesn't have a microphone, but when she asks a second question she has a microphone, and when it goes to all the reporters laughing she doesn't have a microphone. See more
We can't stay here forever.
Well, why not? Haven't I given you everything you've asked for?
We're kids. We need fresh air and exercise.
But I can give you synthetic fresh air and virtual exercise.
We still need to go to school.
Haven't you heard about home schooling?
Yeah, but not where the home's the one doing the schooling.
What about friends? Kids can't exist without their friends.
Oh, well we can be each other's best friends.
References Beauty and the Beast
Performed by Five
Composed by Denniz Pop
, Max Martin
(as Martin Sandberg), Herbie Crichlow
(as Herbert Crichlow),
Published by BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) on behalf of Cheiron Songs/BMS Music Publishing Scandinavia AB.
Also published by Zomba Enterprises, Inc./Grantsville Publishing, Ltd. (Admin.) by Zomba Enterprises,
Inc. (ASCAP) (for United States and Canada)/Grantsville Publishing, Ltd. (Administered by Zomba Music Publishers,
, Ltd. for the rest of the world) and Mega Scandinavia A/S.
Five provided courtesy of Arista Records, Inc. See more