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Dr: Just keep talking if you can... I'm afraid this may be rather painful.
K: Don't worry about it, doc.
Dr: Anesthetic would lower your blood pressure too much, and I need you to remain conscious.
K: You already explained all that. It's gonna be worth it, right?
Dr: Oh, most definitely. These implants are much more advanced than anything you've had before. Doctor Walter is very pleased with you. The Gen 3 synth program is finally making progress, thanks to the genetic material you recovered.
K: You're talking about that kid we got from the Vault?
Dr: Yes, a perfectly unspoiled DNA sample! Now this next part is especially delicate, so if you can please look straight in to the light...
K: Should everything be purple?
Dr: Hmm? Oh, that's just a calibration error... how about now?
Dr: I'm just glad to have a chance to test these on a cooperative human subject. Normally the directors are very touchy about allowing this kind of technology outside the Institute. They must find you extremely trustworthy.
K: You're sure these are going to work, right doc?
Dr: Oh, yes. When I say "test", I simply mean collecting data over time, which will be very valuable to making further improvements. This next part may be exceptionally painful. Try your best to remain conscious.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The unnamed Institute doctor in this holotape was voiced by Jim Cummings.