- Our hero gives his gun a spin, emulating TJ Lazer (everyone's favorite TV supercop!). Sadly, Murph's intended audience - his son - never gets to witness this, since cyborgs make terrible dads.
- Someone in a position of power goes out of their way to remind the plebes who's who. Remember, nothing says "I'm the boss" like a grabbing your underling's hair after taking a work dump.
- You catch a glimpse of those cybernetic POWER GLUTES!! The designer of RoboCop must have been an ass man. Not just for looks, those things could squat a building.
- We hear the catchphrase with deep and lingering philosophical connotations: "I'd buy that for a dollar!" It's the "Who is John Galt?" of 2043 Detroit.
- RoboCop can't look at anything without neon-green chickenwire obstructing his view of the world. Chug when we get to see that HUD.
- We're privy to a newscast, advertisement, or other televised content. You'll soon learn that nothing SUX about TV in the future.
- You know how everything is rated PG-13 these days unless it involves a bare boob or a beejer? RoboCop is from a special time when squibs flowed like fountains and severed limbs grew on trees. Whenever you feel the MPAA's finger hovering over the NC-17, drown yourself in booze like a villain in mutagenic toxic waste.
- FINISH YOUR BEER when it becomes obvious that the ED-209, much like the common cow, can't walk downstairs.
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