No doubt, Bell will definitely feel the hurt from Buttercup. The problem, though, will be how Buttercup fares when/if Bell calms down (or Gir assists somehow while gathering parts). Same thing with Blossom vs Sam. Sam was barely able to keep up with Buttercup (in my opinion), and while I don't doubt that Blossom would be able to keep the upper hand, I feel that she is going to be somewhat handicapped with those hands (Easy targets for Sam is what I mean. Plus defending will be trickier). At the very least, she could out strategize Sam, but Sam seems to be acting (well, speaking) slightly more robotic (so I wonder whether or not she will strategize on the level of a machine? (Then again she also comes across as deranged. Should her brain be the only human thing left, she could be blinded by rage)). On some level strategy worked against Buttercup, but she (Buttercup) was strong enough to power through it. In any event, it will definitely be a sight to be seen.
In my opinion the dialogue between them is pretty ambiguous (not that that's bad or anything). There are a few scenarios that I've thought (and read) that could explain the wording:
Scenario 1: Sam is prepared to use herself as the connector that jump starts the bomb. She is proud of the upgrades that she has received and fully prepared to show her gratitude by taking one for the team (or perhaps she has had the thought implanted in her, since she seems to be speaking in a more robotic/deranged voice now). Bell, however, would prefer the use of spare parts rather than sacrifice a member of the team (of course this hinges on how close Bell is to Sam (which is somewhat unknown)). Gir starts scanning for spare parts.
Scenario 2: Sam plans to use herself, however Bell misinterprets her words to mean that she wants to use Gir. Bell then issues the threat that there are more machines that can be used (I.e. Sam). After having Gir be threatened once already, I can see her turn on Sam (friend of her father or not, Gir is her priority at this moment) should she actually try to follow through on the "threat" (plus Bell isn't mentally stable, so she may view this as her vs. them). Gir misunderstands wording, starts scanning for spare parts.
Scenario 3: Sam was referring to Gir, and Bell issued a threat to Sam in response. Gir misunderstands and scans for spare parts.
Scenario 4: Sam was referring to Gir, however Bell misunderstood and thought that she was going to use her own body. To prevent an incident that is similar in nature to that of Mandark's, she suggests the machinery that is already in the room. Gir scans for spare parts.
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