He looked through the iPad-like object, and looked up at her. “Actually, there are 3 of interest.” he showed her a grid, showing three faces and information. “Captor, Sollux. Strider, Dirk. As well as Lalonde, Roxanne. The first two are of much larger concern thatn the female, but when she is not intoxicated, she is of more danger than the two males combined.” he looked back down at her picture. “I suggest adding intoxicants into her meals.” he looked at the screen depicting a drunk Roxy.
“I Will Inform The Nanos,” she said, turning back to the giant screen behind her. “Look At Them,” she said. “A Big Mass Of Humans Of Every Age And Intelligence Level. They’re The Perfect Pool Of Test Subjects. And They Still Suspect Nothing.”
GLaDOS zoomed in on the blond human male mentioned by the sphere. “Except For This One,” she said. “This One Is Suspicious. He Must Be Falsely Reassured Of Our Benign Nature.”
He leaned onto the keyboard, his slender robotic arms framing his face. He yawned boredly. “They do seem quite pathetic. Most of them at least. Strider might give us a lot of trouble. Not only is he experienced in computer hacking, he can also use swords adeptly.” he spun on the chair and looked at her. “What do you plan to do, GLaDOS?”
“Befriend Him,” she said offhandedly as she booted up the nano control panel. “The Boy Seems To Have An Interest In Technology And Robotics. How Better To Gain His Trust Than To Have Him Be On Good Terms With The Smartest Of All Mechanical Creations?”
He sighed and shrugged. “I guess so. If you think you can handle it, I’ll leave him in your hands then.” his blue robotic eyes glowed as he looked back at Roxy’s screen. “Lalonde is also a threat. Let’s not underestimate her.” he hand sharpened into a screw-like shape. “I’ll set up surveillance on her. Leave her to me.” he said as he jumped back into the wall. “Communicate through the servos.”