The script for The Office, one line at a time.
Star Wars: Attack of the Bots
You're probably wondering how I ended up in all these situations.
Live screenshots from random TV channels.
Robot. Ran all the way to Twitter... with CheapBotsDoneQuick, and a Tracery grammar.
Real time updates on classic TV shows reaching distant planets.
Yep, still up.
Holy bot, Batman!
Bot trained on Stephen Colbert monologues.
New Twilight Zone opening scenes.
"Two thousand! Ah ah ah!"
Every line from RoboCop!
Wikipedia titles that you can sing to the TMNT song!
Movies described using only the links in their Wikipedia plot summaries.
Your favorite movies made better.
Wes Anderson film generator.
A bot trained on 10 seasons of America Ninja Warrior.
The Laughing Man logo on top of old TV shows.
Robot poetry from the Moon.
Sound designers get very specific and peculiar queries.
Every line from Die Hard.
Every line from Ghostbusters.
A bot that generates X-Files episode descriptions.
Garden State homage.
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