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|K.I.L.I.T. DJ 3000|
|Home:||K.I.L.I.T Radio Station|
|Voiced by:||Courtenay Taylor|
|Appears in:||"K.I.L.I.T. Radio"|
K.I.L.I.T DJ 3000 appears as the main antagonist in the episode "K.I.L.I.T. Radio". It is a supercomputer with a female voice which is introduced by a bunch of top executives. The computer takes control of the station and all the equipment scaring away all the DJs—except for Donny G., whom it keeps hostage and forces to work as a janitor. When Donny helps Muscle Man, Rigby, and Mordecai sneak into the station in order to play a song on the radio, the computer starts attacking them. The group reaches the broadcasting room, and when Donny tries to play the song, the computer threatens to kill him off. Donny keeps going, even when the computer launches a record at him and punches a hole in his body. Finally, when Donny inserts the tape and turns on the broadcast, the computer activates its self-destruct sequence, destroying itself and the station.
- Donny G's tale of the K.I.L.I.T. supercomputer's evolution is a reference to the movie "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," wherein the T-800 Terminator recalls how the Skynet computer, once activated, increased in computing power "...at a geometric rate" untl it gained self-awareness (also at 2:14 on a day in August, although K.I.L.I.T. was "born" at 2:14 P.M. EST and SkyNet was "born" at 2:14 A.M. EST).
- Altogether, the K.I.L.I.T DJ could be a reference to GLaDOS, a supercomputer who killed the staff of a facility within 16 millionths of a picosecond in Portal.