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While going to quick mart in the night, Ice Bear brings his "updated" Roomba for a ride. While shopping, some men come and tangle around with it. When Ice Bear sees them, they ask for how much Ice Bear would like to buy his Roomba. Ice Bear simply replies that his Roomba is not for sale. However, they would not budge and keep insisting on buying his "ride". Ice Bear says, "Ice Bear will repeat, Not. For Sale." When Ice comes back inside the shop to finish his shopping, the men just decide to steal the Roomba. After this, Ice goes out to get back his roomba, leading him to a weird arcade cafe,and eventually the HQ of the "Techies Gang." We then see that the reason the men stole the roomba was to use it in robot battle game. The roomba is then destroyed and Ice destroys the other robots.
- The Cave
- The Roomba
- This episode is the second episode, the first being "Chloe and Ice Bear", where Grizzly and Panda are only seen in minor cameos, both at the beginning and end of the episode.
- The upgraded Roomba seen in this episode is very likely the vacuum first seen in "Everyday Bears".
- This and "The Demon" are the only episodes with a non-standard title card.
- The book Ice Bear is reading, War and More War, is a spoof on the novel War and Peace.
- The font of the title card and the overall style of the episode are homages to Drive and other films directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. The storyline of Ice Bear wanting to retrieve his Roomba from the men who stole it and asking people from his past for help also vaguely references the 2014 action film John Wick.
- The font itself used to spell out the title of the episode is named "Mistral". The font was released back in 1953, and was designed by the French typeface designer and graphic designer, Roger Excoffon. Mistral is based on Excoffon's own handwriting.
- The music played during Ice Bear's fight at the arena is very similar to the song "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" used in Quentin Tarantino's 2003 action film Kill Bill: Volume 1.
- Yana bares a striking resemblance to Sombra from the video game Overwatch
- This would make sense as she works in what appears to be an highly exclusive gaming club
- The episode might have had a bit of similarities to the action violent video game Hotline Miami. In this case, the music and neon colours.
- In the arena, the announcer yells "Fatality!" when a competitor won during a battle. It referenced the video game Mortal Kombat.
- The arena where robots fight each other are similar to the part in 'Big Hero 6' where Hiro Hamada participates in an underground robot battling pit.