Factual error: One of the brain surgeons says about Cain's brain, "it's nice and clean in here, there's no damage", except we see throughout the film Cain using the drug Nuke, even a new variation of it called Blue Velvet. When he injects it he's with his chemist Frank, and mentions two of its ingredients, "benzadrine and scopolamine" - no way his brain would be nice and clean.
OCP tells the Mayor of Detroit, that if he cannot make the next payment, that OCP will foreclose the city. OCP starts work on Robocop 2, but it's two inital subjects fail, and the old man is up. Dr. Juliette Faxx decides to head the process for the next test subject for Robocop 2.
Since OCP cut the salary and pension for the Detroit police officers, they go on strike. Robocop stalks on his former wife, and she plans to sue OCP, for this. She sees Robocop and he tells her that Murphy is dead.
Robocop decides to take out Cain, the leader of a Nuke cult. Robocop is heavily damage, and OCP at first does not want to rebuild him. OCP then decides to rebuild him, but make him less violent, and instead have him give lessons in life.
Robocop overrides these commands, by attaching himself to a generator.
RoboCop: Isn't the moon wonderful tonight?
Lewis: It's still daytime.
RoboCop: It's the thought that counts.
Lewis: Oh, Jesus! We're heading back to the station.
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