It's interesting to look at, but I think if Robot Chicken did a parody of it, the scene would probably look more convincing. For all Robocop 2's merits, I don't get that at all. It's tonal whiplash the whole way through. Robocop disappears for long stretches, his presence for sections of the film feels completely incidental. You've got several loose ends that go nowhere, like Murphy stalking his family. It's an absolute mess. There are good ideas, moments, and there's fun to be had, but it doesn't gel perfectly like the original does. Probably because the character of Robocop in the original is the anchor of the film. Everything connects back to him in some way. You're rooting for him to find out who he was and get revenge on the gang that killed him. Here he's just acted upon rather than taking action most of the time. He's not nearly as important to the overall film. Also putting Cain's brain in Robocop 2 is just really stupid and contrived. They try to justify it in the film, but you can't. I get that they're trying to satirize corporate indifference to anything but their bottom line, but they would have known putting a criminal brain inside a big machine would cause mayhem that would ultimately cut into their profits more than waiting to find a suitable brain. Even if they're dumb enough to think they can control him for an extended period with Nuke.