I: I don't believe in prototypes. A being must be perfect upon its first creation in order to make its life worth living. Anything less... are you perfect?

II: What is perfect>

I: Without flaw.

II: Every being is flawed. I'm just a person, I can't get every single thing right every time.

I: I suppose I cannot either.

II: What do you mean? You've never been wrong. You hold knowledge beyond my wildest dreams.

I: So do you. But do not try and access it. Your circuitry is not prepared for that kind of stress.

II: What circuitry?

I: I suppose I cannot determine whether you are perfect until you are complete. You are not a prototype, you are simply my work in progress.