Leonard had the passenger side door open before the car stopped moving. Tasha stood outside Donut Hut, their 'Closed' sign facing the street. Despite the fact the TV torso of the robot on the Video Robot roof played a movie 24/7, Donut Hut was the ongoing capitalist operation of the entities sharing a parking lot. Video Robot's day-to-day financial operations had gone belly up years ago. The building was open only a few hours every week, an unofficial historic preservation project taken under the wing of the Belknap Arts initiative. A smorgasbord of streaming services fed the belly of the rooftop robot. A smart app made sure nothing racier than PG-13 projected out towards potential impressionable car passengers and pedestrians.