Love, Death & Robots - Season 2

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Love, Death & Robots - Season 2
Love, Death & Robots Season 2 poster.jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel Netflix
Genre Animation, Short, Anthology
Broadcast 2021
No. of Episodes 8
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jeanette Nancy Linari
Sedgewick Archie Madekwe
Detective Briggs Nolan North
Snow Peter Franzen
Laird Joe Dempsie
Leah Divi Mittal
Terence Michael B. Jordan
Steven Steven Pacey



The second season (also known as Love, Death & Robots Vol. 2) consists of 8 episodes ranging from 7 to 18 minutes. Each episode tells an independent story in different genres. All stories are based on existing books. The season aired on Netflix on May 14th 2021. A short description of each episode can be seen in the discussion page.

The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Love, Death & Robots:


Contents


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Handguns

Colt Anaconda

What appears to be a Colt Anaconda is seen on a gun rack in a golf car in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01).

Colt Anaconda with 6" barrel and Pachmayr grips - .44 Magnum
The Anaconda on the gun rack (number three).

Fictional Pistol

The fictional pistol similar to the "10mm pistol" from Fallout 4 appears as the main police weapon in "Pop Squad" (S2E03). Detective Briggs pulls a pistol from his holster and kills two children at the crime scene. Later, the father of the murdered children pulls a pistol from the holster of one of the officers and shoots at the detective. The rest of the officers immediately kill the attacker. While looking for the owner of the toy dinosaur, Briggs stumbles upon an abandoned house and investigates it, holding a pistol at the ready. There he has a small fight for a gun with Eve, but in the end, he just leaves. On the porch, he meets his colleague officer Pentle and they kill each other.

The police officers with holstered pistols at the crime scene.
Briggs pulls a pistol from its holster.
-Sorry kids.
The detective shoots children.
After that, the children's father snatches a pistol from the police officer and shoots Briggs.
Then the rest of the cops drop a bunch of bullets into him.
Dead body of a criminal with a pistol next to him.
Briggs stands on the front porch with his pistol.
The detective points the gun at Eve after she tries to grab the gun.
But later he decides to switch to Melanie. Note the Desert Eagle-style bottom frame.
Close-up of Briggs' pistol.
He ponders the correctness of his actions.
Officer Pentle instantly draws out a pistol.
She shoots Briggs.
In the episode finale, Briggs' pistol is lying on the ground next to Pentle's dead body.

Glock 17

What appears to be a Glock 17 is seen on Bill's table in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01). Later, during the escape from the city, a pistol is seen on a gun rack in a golf car.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Glock 17 is seen on the table (number two).
The gun on the gun rack (number two).

SIG-Sauer P320

Egan and Jharilla carry what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P320 in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). He briefly draws his pistol when someone aims the LAM at him.

SIG-Sauer P320 Full Size - 9x19mm Parabellum
For the first time the pistol is seen in Egan's holster after landing.
Egan pulls out his pistol and takes aim at the sniper.

Snow's Revolver

Snow carries and uses a laser revolver throughout the "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). He uses it to kill the bounty hunters led by Visser in the bar and shoots Trot during the final battle with Baris' kill squad.

Snow's holstered revolver at the very beginning of the episode.
Snow kills Visser.
And kill the second bounty hunter.
Snow reaches for the revolver during his first meeting with Hirald.
During the battle with Baris' kill squad, he shoots Trot.
Snow drops his revolver to the ground, severally wounded.

Visser's Pistol

Visser and the second bounty hunter use poorly visible laser pistols during a skirmish with Snow at a bar in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04).

Visser puts her hand on the holstered pistol, preparing to attack Snow.
The best shot of Visser's pistol.
Another bounty hunter with a pistol when Snow shoots his head off.

Unknown Pistol

In addition to the MPX, Trot also has an unknown pistol in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). He takes it out after finding Meck's dead body but soon loses it after being shot by Snow.

Trot briefly draws out his pistol...
...and continues to search for Snow with two guns.

Submachine Guns

Trot's Blaster (SIG-Sauer MPX Pistol)

Trot, Baris' kill squad member uses the laser blaster, based on what appears to be an SIG-Sauer MPX Pistol, similar to the "SMG Mk II" from Grand Theft Auto Online in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). During a fight with Snow, he loses a gun, and the immortal albino briefly uses it.

SIG-Sauer MPX Pistol, Gen 2 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Trot is the last to emerge from the dropship, submachine gun in hand.
He checks Meck's body.
Trot shoots from his blaster. Note the Heckler & Koch UMP-style straight angled magazine.
He continues to search for Snow with two guns.
A badly wounded Snow lies on the ground with a Trot submachine gun.
Close-up of the SIG-Sauer MPX in Snow's hand before Egan knocks the gun out of his hands.

Baris' Blaster (SR-2M Veresk)

Baris uses a blaster, which was based around a SR-2M Veresk in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04) finale. He leaves the last of his dropship and shoots the dead body of Hirald, after which he takes aim at Snow.

SR-2M - 9x21mm Gyurza
Baris shoots Hirald several times as soon as he reappears in the episode.
After his epic appearance, he throws away an empty magazine...
... and loads a new magazine.
And at the very end Baris points the gun at Snow.

Rifles/Blasters

Meck's Blaster (AR-15 Derivative)

Meck, Baris' kill squad member uses the laser blaster, based on AR-15 derivative in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). The rifle s fitted with M4SS-style telescopic tan stock and Heckler & Koch G36-style carry handle.

Colt M4A1, for comparison - 5.56x45mm
Meck with AR-15 during the first appearance.
He checks his rifle before hunting Snow. Note the M16 gas block and an ergonomic magazine with a base pad. Also, the receiver has a magazine release button, an forward assist, and no fire selector.
Meck keeps his rifle ready during searches for Snow.
The rifle is seen next to Meck's dead body.

Egan and Jharilla's Laser Rifle

Both Egan and Jharilla use rifles similar to the SC 4000 from Splinter Cell: Blacklist in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). After landing, they prepare for the hunt by loading their rifles. After Trot finds Meck's body, Snow attacks Jharilla, knocks the rifle out of her hands, and takes her hostage. Egan shoots them, accidentally (or deliberately) killing Jharilla, but later loses the rifle in a fatal fight with Snow.

Concept art of the SC4000
Jharilla throws the magazine to Egan after landing.
Egan catches it and loads his rifle.
Jharilla checks the rifle one more time before heading out to kill Snow.
Egan learns of Meck's death and keeps his rifle at the ready.
Egan shoots Jharilla and Snow.

Shotguns

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Jeanette's neighbor Bill cleans his 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun with sawed-off stock at the beginning of "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01). And at the end, when the Vaccumbot attacks the owner, he comes to the rescue but is quickly knocked out by the shocker built into the robot. The old woman picks up a gun and shoots her Vaccumbot. After escaping on a golf car, the gun can be seen in the car, between Jeanette and Bill.

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Bill wipes his gun with a rag at the beginning of the episode.
Without hearing or seeing his neighbor, the man continues to clean the gun and checks the barrel.
An incredibly pretentious Bill with his shotgun comes to help Jeanette.
The old lady points the shotgun at Vaccumbot.
After firing, she drops the gun to the floor. Note the sawed-off stock.
During the escape from the city, Jeanette and Bill take a gun with them (number two).

Fictional Double Barreled Shotgun

One of the bounty hunters at the bar uses a fictional double-barreled shotgun in "Snow in the Desert" (S2E04). With the first shot, he shoots Snow's hand, then hits the table, which Snow throws at him. After that, he hits him several times and begins to reload, but at this moment Hirald kills him.

The bounty hunter raises his gun up after Snow throws a glass at him.
Left alone and recovering from the blow of the glass, he shoots Snow.
The general view of the shotgun.
Ignoring the injured Snow, the bounty hunter reloads his gun.

Mossberg 500

Another weapon available in Bill's collection is a Mossberg 500 with Picatinny rail. It is briefly seen on the table as he cleans his double-barreled shotgun in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01). In the episode finale, a shotgun is seen on a gun rack in a golf car.

Mossberg 500 "Persuader" - 12 gauge
Note the Mossberg on the table.
During the escape from the city, the Mossberg is seen from behind (number one).
Side shot of a Mossberg.
The shotgun is fully visible when the golf car drives into the sunset (number one).

Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser

A Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser is seen on Bill's table in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01).

Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser - 12 gauge
The Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser is seen on the table (number one).

Indefinable Shotguns

Two indefinable shotguns are also seen on a gun rack in a golf car in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01).

Number four.

Grenades

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

Two Mk 2 hand grenade appear as a car charm on the rearview mirror of a golf car in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01).

Mk 2 High-Explosive Fragmentation Hand Grenade
Two grenades on the rearview mirror in a golf car.

Other

Vaccumbot's Laser

For some unknown reason, the home robot vacuum cleaner has a powerful laser capable of burning a person through "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01). When the robot rebelled and tries to kill Jeanette, it destroys the porcelain figurines on the shelf, and then attacks the woman and her dog, burning both hairs.

A laser is pushed out of the robot's body when it decides to destroy the animal figurines.
And it immediately starts destroying all the figures.

Vaccumbot's Tazer

The Vaccumbot also uses a retractable tazer to attack Bill and Jeanette in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01). Having successfully stunned the man, the robot shoots the old woman, but she dodges the barbed darts.

The robot pushes the shocker...
... and shoots the man.

Nova Squad Combat Spaceships Rocket Launchers

The combat spaceships of Nova squad are equipped with multiple-charge rocket launchers, which pilots, including Terence (Michael B. Jordan), use during space combat in "Life Hutch" (S2E07).

General view of the rocket launcher.
The launcher extends from the body of the ship.
And now the launcher is ready to fire.

Trivia

Holster

A tiny holster is visible on the decorative figurine of a soldier on a fish in an aquarium in "Automated Customer Service" (S2E01).

The holster is visible on the decorative figurine of a soldier.

See Also

Vol. 1 (2019)  •  Vol. 2 (2021)  •  Vol. 3 (2022)  




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