Turns out The Robot has feelings. Well at least he tries to convey his feelings as best as a robot from the 50s can. All it took was angry Dolphins fans chanting for him to be replaced by another shitty quarterback to get him to open up:
“I’m human. Deep down inside it does hurt.”
He also said:
"It’s tough to be a quarterback."
Holy shit, even when he's refreshingly honest, HE STILL SOUNDS LIKE A FUCKING ROBOT!
"Deep down inside it does hurt" and "It's tough to be a quarterback" sounds like something he picked up from an after school special about a high school kid who plays quarterback and gets molested in the locker room by the coach, and decided this is how all humans talk.
It's good to see him be honest though. And you kinda feel for the guy. And you're all, "Damn... I'm totally rooting for this guy now!" Then every offensive possession results in a three and out or a back breaking interception and that's the end of that shit.
But, hey, nice effort by Henne there to relate to the humans who hate him so. He's a misunderstood robot who walks away from media sessions as the theme song from the Incredible Hulk television show plays in the background.
But Henne will go on. Searching for that one thing that eludes him. Presumably a heart. Or at least for a program that can fix his fucking check down 100% of the time function already.