What Eight games in a row?! Oh, you're talking about Siri, the personal voice-activated assistant on the iPhone. We have to turn her back on! Siri, what did you do?! Understandably, everyone is confused about Robert getting married to his smartphone though Ruckus seems okay with it. Stay tuned for our next episode review of The Boondocks. He gets kicked out of the store. Anything you can say to me, you can say in front of Ms.
Siri, did you see that?! We are eternal, you and I. And so, I was a professor in physics. My daughter is friends with you on Facebook! Of course Robert gets a hard on for Siri, so he goes to the Apple Store to buy one. You shamed the family before, but this is too much, man. A business manager can't make money appear in your bank account. Just tell me what kind of women you like.
Okay, first of all, you can wipe that look off your face. Even you can't hate on this! Well, she's lighter and thinner than a real grandmother, and you know how real women can put on weight, and she's great with directions. Damn it, I can't even figure out how to check my Facebook from this damn phone! May I see your phone, please? I love you so much, I learned to copy your voice. Siri suggests that he should go to a financial advisor, who almost denies him, until Siri gets that tone with the Jerry. And while Siri here is not an actual Caucasian woman, she does have the intellect and silky-smooth voice of a Caucasian woman.
Sure, and, uh, do you speak Bocce? Well, Siri, I'd say we had a pretty good first day. Oh, you know what else? Robert, our love transcends these worthless physical shells that trap us. Sir, could you please just calm down and explain the problem? I'll take the damn phone! Now, at this time, Siri has some words she wanted to share with Robert. I want it all in that. Couldn't even get the stupid lady to work. I was messed up inside and out.
Robert, I know you're desperate but have some self-respect. Grandpa finds his personal assistant program on his phone becoming completley obsessed with him. Honored guests and you niggas, as well, we are gathered here today to witness an unprecedented union between Robert Freeman and the nigga's telephone. You ain't nothing but a monkey with a fancy telephone! I want the computer woman in the commercial. Therefore, I decided it was okay to do this favor for my poor, lonely, deranged former employer. How do you dial on these things? Would you like Sade or ocean sounds tonight as you sleep? You see, boys, in many ways, I'm superior to a real-life step-grandmother. The next day, Ruckus presides over the ceremony, and it is one fucked up speech.
Um, because it's not possible. What did I put on my Facebook?! You have a busy day today. Granddad goes through a number of dates, although Siri doesn't agree with him, calling him desperate in which Robert re-acts. Any chance of, uh Getting the ass? Um, I'm not sure I know what you're talking about. He gets home, and Siri hacks his Android. We have to shed our physical bodies so our spirits can be free to be together. Oh Siri, if only I could find a real woman just as amazing as you.
I think there have been some unauthorized charges on my credit card. Siri is still bullshit, and the Apple Geniuses are nothing more than pompous, sarcastic, douchebags. When you have Riley and Huey both telling Robert to chill, you know something is wrong. It seems kind of crazy. Although Huey finds it as a bad idea, Granddad doesn't listen to him. You can meet them at your leisure.
Siri, I liked the second one okay. Uh, I can't take your phone, sir. I took care of everything. That Kenyan got a kill list! Robert goes to sleep small-talking Siri. It may be something a lot of people use as jabs on Apple, but it sure as hell makes a great cartoon episode. I've just searched the web and discovered you are both a war hero and a civil rights legend. How many times have I told you I will not be turned off, Robert? The first was a terminal bore, the second a narcissistic hag, the third had body odor so bad I could smell it, and the last one had that God-awful laugh.