The voice line "Error 404: Sarcasm module not found." is a reference to the common website error message "Error 404" or "Not found" found on websites across the World Wide Web when a page or search result cannot be found. The sarcasm module may be a reference to the 2010 game Portal 2 in which the main antagonist GladOS performs a "sarcasm self-test".
The voice line "I'm sorry, but I can't do that." is a reference to HAL 9000 in the 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.
it may also be a reference to the response from A.I. programs such as Siri when a request cannot be completed do to the lack of the ability to provide a result, usually from an odd or unrealistic request.
"Error: Division By Zero" is based on the mathematical concept itself. The concept became a memetic internet slang term to describe an adverse action which would result in an often exaggerated cataclysmic effect.
In Computing, Division by Zero may result in a program error.
The voice lines "Do you need a hug?", "On a scale from 1 to 10 how would you rate your pain?" , "Fist bump" and "Are you satisfied with your protection" may be references to Baymax from the animated film Big Hero 6.
"Shine your eyes" is a Nigerian expression meaning to be aware of what's around you.
"That does not compute" may be a reference to Mother (or the Mother CPU) on board the Nostromo in the 1979 Alien movie.
"Empathy module: Not responding" may be a reference to WX-78 from Don't Starve, a 2013 survival game by Klei Entertainment.
The voice line "One electric sheep, two electric sheep, three electric sheep.", presumably meant to play after being hit by Ana'sSleep Dart, is a possible reference to the title of Philip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?".
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