GLaDOS

GLaDOS

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About

GLaDOS (an acronym for "Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System") is the main antagonist of both of the Portal. She is known for her lines and humor, as well the popular ending theme "Still Alive" sung by her.

Origin and Character

Editor's note: May contain Plot Spoilers

GLaDOS introductory appearance is in the first level of the first Portal game, released in October 9, 2007.

GLaDOS is voiced by Ellen McLain

Fandom

Many people around the world admire GLaDOS. So much in fact, that there are apps and videos and games all dedicated to her. She has been made out of legos, has been made a Halloween costume, she even makes an appearance in a little boy's bedroom that was featured on MSN.com recently. More and more people are getting to know her, and sometimes, people even tweet about her while they're playing the game.

I'm A Potato

I'm A Potato is a phrase from GLaDOS. The line is spoken as GLaDOS, modded into a potato, plumments down a seemingly endless hole alongside the player-character, Chell. The quote is shown below

“Oh hi, how are you holding up? BECAUSE I’M A POTATO[clapping] … oh good, my slow clap processor made it into this thing, at least we have that.”

Still Alive

Still Alive is the end theme of the first Portal game. It has spawned numerous tributes and covers, especially on Youtube. It is known as one of the first heavy usage of autotune



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AnnieT
AnnieT

Hmm…I'm on the fence with this entry. It does need major work and there is the possibility of deadpool if a Portal entry already exists, but she is a significant figure, having been part of a few memes. + 1 On the Fence.

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