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Throughout most of the film's production, Lobot was only referred to as "Lando's aide"<ref name="DB">{{DB|character|lobot|Lobot}}</ref> and is referred to as such in the credits. He was to have a great deal of dialogue, mostly with Calrissian. However, the filmmakers decided that the character had been [[Lobotomy|lobotomized]] as a result of the installation of his cybernetic implant, causing him to become a mute. This decision reportedly did not concern Hollis.<ref name="BtM" /> As a reference to this change, the character was named "Lobot," a shortened form of the word "lobotomy."<ref name="DB" /> The cybernetic implant prop Hollis wore on his head was completely battery-powered and was connected to a spring clip that was fit around the actor's head. However, the prop was quite heavy and uncomfortable to wear.<ref name="BtM" />
 
Throughout most of the film's production, Lobot was only referred to as "Lando's aide"<ref name="DB">{{DB|character|lobot|Lobot}}</ref> and is referred to as such in the credits. He was to have a great deal of dialogue, mostly with Calrissian. However, the filmmakers decided that the character had been [[Lobotomy|lobotomized]] as a result of the installation of his cybernetic implant, causing him to become a mute. This decision reportedly did not concern Hollis.<ref name="BtM" /> As a reference to this change, the character was named "Lobot," a shortened form of the word "lobotomy."<ref name="DB" /> The cybernetic implant prop Hollis wore on his head was completely battery-powered and was connected to a spring clip that was fit around the actor's head. However, the prop was quite heavy and uncomfortable to wear.<ref name="BtM" />
   
A scene cut from ''The Empire Strikes Back'' depicted a critically injured Lobot being carried away by Stormtroopers. This was meant to serve as Lobot's death scene, but it was ultimately removed by the filmmakers because it was possible that the character would appear in the following film, [[Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi|''Star Wars'': Episode VI ''Return of the Jedi'']].<ref name="BtM" />
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A scene cut from ''The Empire Strikes Back'' depicted a critically injured Lobot being carried away by several Stormtroopers. This was meant to serve as Lobot's death scene, but it was ultimately removed by the filmmakers because it was possible that the character would appear in the following film, [[Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi|''Star Wars'': Episode VI ''Return of the Jedi'']].<ref name="BtM" />
   
 
In ''[[Robot Chicken: Star Wars]]'', Lobot can be seen disco dancing to a ''Star Wars'' disco theme in a quiet hallway of Cloud City.
 
In ''[[Robot Chicken: Star Wars]]'', Lobot can be seen disco dancing to a ''Star Wars'' disco theme in a quiet hallway of Cloud City.
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