- "Stick it. You're not my real dad."
- —Robot Number 2 in K.I.T. B.F.F.
Role in PlotEdit
In exchange for Donut, Sarge had to build both Robot Number 2 and Francisco Montegue Zanzibar, so Tex and Church would have bodies to possess. Robot Number 2 was named such because of an "overclocked sass-back chip". He is only able to speak in a series of noises, such as the tune from 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, with the final tone replaced by a duck sound, and a pair of touch-tones followed by the Macintosh alert sound "Eep!"
Robot Number 2 has a bomb implanted in him, as well as the added function to punch Grif in the head upon hearing the codeword, "Dirtbag". He was possessed by Church during the Parabola of Mystery, and like Francisco Montegue Zanzibar, lost all self-sustainability afterward.
Church continued to possess Robot Number 2 throughout his time at Blood Gulch and his later relocation to Outpost 48-A. Upon joining Washington to steal the Epsilon A.I. from Freelancer Command, Church left Robot Number 2 to help Wash against the Meta and the Director, leaving Robot Number 2 at the facility while Caboose and the Reds fled.