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The Super Computers, also known as The machines were a group of old "Hinson" Computers that developed personalities, and super intelligence after one spent time with the Cuylers.
BackgroundEditAlthough the computers had only 4 kilobytes of memory, they were able to change the lives of the Residents of Dougal county for the better. The first one to develop Super intelligence was a computer that was given to Rusty by the Sheriff.Rusty improved the community with the knowledge he was able to obtain with the computer, helping everyone from Early, to Dan Halen. Despite this though, through a stroke of ignorance, Early Cuyler attempted to destroy the computer with an axe. However, as soon as the computer saw it's self in danger, it melted Early's axe and saved it's self. Soon after that computers around the county began to grow smarter and reproducing themselves by means of homosexual activities in factories, eventually taking over Dougal county. However, rather than ruling Dougal County harshly, the machines helped the locals by providing them information, food, and fighting to the death for entertainment. However, once the leader of the computers declared the computers were gay, the town grew afraid and destroyed them all, claiming the computers were going to turn them gay as well. With their machine slaves/rulers gone, Early is left to do his taxes with a abacus, which he has no understanding on how to use.
A sole broken Super computer is seen in a later episode next to a garbage pile when Early tries to redeem himself
All the computers are based of Rusty's version of the "Hinson". They are bulky, with large bases and small green screens for monitors. When they were being cloned, the dice and calendar that the Sheriff placed on the the computer were also manufactured during their production. As they took over, some began to develop different appearances, doctors wore white coats, chefs had jet-packs, and one leader had Napoleonic-era admiral hat. Most however, remained the same as the original.
- The computers manufacturer, "Hinson", is taken from the name of country artists and voice actor Unknown Hinson, who plays Early Cuyler.
- The destruction of the Super Computers is based on the stereotype that southerners think being gay is contagious.