When you turn on a show called Love, Death & Robots, nobody would blame you for expecting at least a lot of love and robots. Netflix’s Love, Death, & Robots anthology series surprised a lot of people when it was released. For some, it was the introduction of a cartoon anthology series – whether it worked or not, it was an innovative choice for the streaming platform. For others, it was the series’s graphic content, as nudity and gore feature in a significant amount of the shorts. What surprised me most was that of the series’ 18 episodes, few delivered fully on the show’s titular promise of Love, Death, & Robots. And I feel like this has been overlooked for the most part in conversations around the show. There have been plenty of rankings that place each of the show’s episodes on a subjective scale. But what about a ranking for viewers who want as much of the show’s three core elements as possible? Each episode has been ranked on a highly-scientific rubric based on how much love, death, and robots they had in them. For all of these three elements, the quantity was rarely as important as how much each aspect played into the story. For example, an episode where death h...