I think it's worth mentioning that Wheatley's "unique" mind so "uniqie" so he is only known A.I. who got resistance to paradoxes, unlike GladOS, turrets and even Frankenturrets. --Comrade Suhov 15:18, 8 May 2011 (UTC)
- Unique in the sense that he's stupid yes. I see his personality isn't well explained in the article, someone should elaborate. —Mussekateer·talk 15:21, 8 May 2011 (UTC)
Don't you think, guys, that this picture is spoiler, even without description? Maybe script will automaticly hide spoiler images? (Something like document.getElementById("spoilrpic").style.opacity = 1) — The preceding unsigned comment was added by Daniil (talk) • (contribs) 04:31, 14 June 2011
- The picture is already marked as a spoiler, just flick the sploiler button and it becomes blacked-out. - RJ talk 11:13, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
Everything is a spoiler, can we have less spoilers?
- Spoilers are needed so people playing the game for the first time don't spoil the experience by looking anything up on here. If you don't want them, press the little wheatley at the top of the page and they'll all be uncovered. Oh, and you forgot to use the correct formatting on the talk page, can you please remember to sign off so people know who wrote the message. Wheatley44 (talk)
- Well I'm a native English speaker, and I just had to google the difference; thanks for signing up and fixing it :D - RJ talk 08:10, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
- I'm not native english RJ, but I know Pro means before... :3 Latin root isn't something you can understand ? Tturbo 20:40, 25 June 2011 (UTC)
Official Personality Test Info
The official Aperture Science Collaborative Disposition Test describes Wheatley as:
“Funny, high-strung, a bit of a motor-mouth-these are the words people would use to describe you when they’re not telling you to shut up. Your ideal cooperative test partners include people who won’t mind you bumbling around breaking things while they do all the work."
I'm not sure what section this information best goes under, so I'll just leave it here for now. - MewtwoWarrior 02:35, 6 July 2011 (UTC)
- This information is now found at the Collaborative Disposition Test page. - MewtwoWarrior 23:06, 6 July 2011 (UTC)
Exact replica = human?
"Throughout the Portal 2 chapter The Escape, he reveals that he has a disliking for working with humans; accusing them of "nepotism" simply because the staff gave out the jobs he preferred to other humans."
The exact quote is "I almost got a job down here in Manufacturing. But, uh, guess who the foreman went with? Only an exact duplicate of himself. Nepotism." To me, that doesn't say "humans giving the job to other humans," it says "the programmers jokingly using the word 'nepotism' to mean 'robotic foreman gave the job to a literal exact replica."
- You're right, the story is clearly about a robot foreman and humans are never bought into it. —Mussekateer·talk 11:46, 21 June 2013 (UTC)
In Portal 2, Wheately and Chell go into the production line part of Aperture. Wheatley clearly states that GLaDOS can't touch you down here. Then, Chell and Wheatley shut down the neurotoxin generator AND the turret production line. GLaDOS is the central core, she couldn't touch us down at neurotoxin/turret line, so how does Wheatley, the central core after Chell initiates a core transfer, get the neurotoxin/turret production line back online after Chell and Wheately shut it down? — The preceding unsigned comment was added by ColeKM3 (talk) • (contribs)