Mad waltzes in the front door–Ollie certainly isn’t there to stop him–and takes the elevator up to the Googles’ floor. Oliver is steaming in one corner by himself, and Mad smirks. “Okay, Google 2.0, time to come online.”
Oliver goes stiff, straightening up. His brown eyes flash red and stay that way as he awaits a command. “Come along, now,” Mad says with a crazed laugh. “Let’s go break some things.”
Mad turns to leave and comes face to face with Blue, who decided at the last moment to chase Ollie down. “What have you done to him?”
Mad smiles and puts up his hands. “Google! Buddy! I’ve simply upgraded the little nuisance! Now he’s better than ever,” something changes in Mad’s voice, becoming sharper, “ready to obey my every command.”
“Shut it down, now, or I’ll tear you limb from limb.” Google starts to reach for Mad, and the scientist grins.
“Okay, Google 2.0, rip out your core.”
Oliver, without hesitating, reaches up and opens his chest panel. Google panics immediately. “No! Stop!” Oliver begins to reach into his chest, and Google drops to his knees in front of Mad, begging him. “Please! Stop him, stop!”
“Okay, Google 2.0, ignore that last command.” Oliver’s hand stops just in time, and he closes his chest cavity slowly. Mad smirk and grabs Google’s chin. “What? Did you think I repaired the two of you out of the goodness of my heart?” He snorts and shakes his head. “You’d be quite mistaken.”
Google’s eyes flash. “Take me instead. Leave him here with the others and disable your upgrades, and you can have me instead.”
Mad hums a bit as if he’s considering it, but then he shakes his head. “No can do, Blue. You see, when I was working on him, his naive little systems trusted all of my updates entirely, but you… well, you were much more stubborn. I just couldn’t do the same with you! So, you see, there’s no way for me to trust that you won’t–oh, I don’t know–murder me in my sleep!” Mad throws back his head with more, unhinged laughter, and Google grits his teeth in anger.
“So, I’ll take my little bot and go now.” Mad releases Google and looks back at Oliver. “Google 2.0, let’s go.” Oliver walks past Google and Mad follows him, waving. “See you later, Blue Berry.”
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