My Name is Robbie Story Detail
Bob's company, Globicide, builds a new theme park. When Bob takes the family there, he gets thrown from a ride. His only injury involves his jaw, but since Bob has no limbs, he uses his mouth to do everything. Unable to work, Bob becomes depressed until someone suggests that he sue Globicide. To avoid a lawsuit, Bob's boss, George Climer, has a special mechanical suit designed that gives Bob arms and legs. Suddenly taller and stronger than anyone else, Bob becomes confident. He quits his lowly job, believing that his new limbs and strength will allow him to do anything. Skeptical Pickles allows her mate to explore his options. Bob sees a "help wanted" sign for a lifeguard. He applies for the job and gets it. Pickles grows jealous of all the female attention Bob gets from his sexy new boss. Bob invites the family to the beach to assuage Pickles' fears. Bob's boss insists that he enter a competition against the sexy, muscular Australian lifeguards. Flattered, Bob accepts, while Pickles reminds him that the competition falls due on the same day as Beth's birthday. On the day of the event, Bob is excited. But when he gets in the water for the first time, the mechanical suit malfunctions. His boss snubs him, and he misses Beth's party. Defected and ashamed, Bob prepares to jump from a bridge when he hears Pickles' voice consoling him. She has brought little Beth, who hugs Bob's mechanical leg. Realizing that he can't even feel Beth's hug, Bob removes the suit and throws it over the bridge. Later, when Bob's gorgeous boss somehow becomes trapped in a narrow tidal canal, only Bob can rescue her. Bob realizes his worth even without the suit.
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