* To recap, evil Dr. Kaydick (pronounce it slowly to get the pun) is going to unleash a terrible computer virus into SAINT, the program that will soon automate the city.
* Robocop's former partner has been turned into a Robocop himself and is forcibly-working for Kaydick.
* His adult son has finally learned about his dad's identity/fate and is going to help them stop the bad guy. Phew.
*Another odd bit involves Robocop's talk about not killing. His method: crashing cars and shooting cops in the kneecaps. How long before that rule is broken by the lady? About three minutes into the interior fight scene. Oh well.
Is this a good miniseries? Well, yes and no. It definitely could be trimmed down a bit, but certain things are accepted when you're talking about stuff like this. I wish they could have kept a little continuity with the casting here (this is, after all, the FOURTH actor to play Alex Murphy/Robocop). Apparently, they tried to get the guy from the 1994 show, but something got in the way. One thing to note: this thing randomly features shocking and dramatic death. There's no build-up; it just happens. Recall the guy split by lasers in Part 2? It makes things interesting, but is still pretty damn weird. You can track this whole thing down on Netflix or in a video store...assuming you still have any around you. If you like the character, it's worth seeing. If not, you may not make it through the whole thing.