|“||Desperate to get some alone time with his computer, Neil makes a chatbot to distract the other campers. Things seems to be going smoothly until Nikki gets a little too attached...||”|
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- Neil's new computer parts are in a box labelled Nu-egg, a play on the real-life website, NewEgg, that also sells computer parts.
- The combination to Neil's safe is "314", or the first three digits of pi.
- When Neil is grabbing his computer from his safe, there's a sticker of David dressed in same style as the Vault Boy from the Fallout series. Additional stickers include "Wayland Industries" (Weyland-Yutani Corp from the Alien franchise), "Ashiba" (Akira), "Cyber Dine" restaurant (Cyberdyne Systems from the Terminator franchise), and the "Teirell Corporation" (Tyrell Coporation from Blade Runner).
- The computer is a CRS-80 a spin off of joke of the well know US computer of the 70s and early 80s hit TRS-80 from Radio Shack