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She wears blue sunglasses and is often seen wearing a black ladies business suit with boots.
When she transforms into her Blu-Ray form, she looks exactly like Archie but her form is blue, she's the same height as HD DVD, and her human face is shown.
She appears to be proud and boastful because she thinks that her brother's video format is obsolete. She also seems to like making others uncomfortable, as shown by her comments to Benson when he was operating the buttons on her back, and her eagerness to push out electronics from inside of her body in front of many other people, which the park workers appear to be disgusted by.
She and HD-DVD help the park gang fight through Planet Nielsen against Streaming (who is Internet reborn) and his minions to find the Seer and they escape before the planet's destruction. In "Cheer Up Pops" they help the park gang record the memories of their past adventures so they can always remember them. In the eighth-season finale, they participate in the battle against Anti-Pops and Streaming.
- The name of Blu-ray is an obvious reference to the Blu-ray Disc format, similar to the HD-DVD format, that it can also deliver movies/series into the highest resolutions. The only difference is that Blu-ray has a higher storage capacity and are usually used by computer animators due to the storage capacity of the format.
- It is revealed that she has the ability to digitize memories into Blu-ray box-sets as seen in her first appearance.
- She also has the ability to "push out" electronics from within her body, such as a Blu-ray player player from her chest, and a large flat screen TV from somewhere else. The park workers seem to find the process she uses when doing the latter to be disturbing or gross.