You may have heard of Mr. Robot, an award-winning show about a clinically-depressed cybersecurity engineer hired by "Mr. Robot" to join a group of hacktivists. The latest episode, "eps2.6_succ3ss0r.p12," opens with a discussion between a Nexus owner (Mobley) and an iPhone owner (Trenton). Take a look at the clip:

For context, the terminal window open on Trenton's screen is creating a custom MP4 file with the Stagefright vulnerability. When Mobley is tricked into visiting the page to prove his superiority as an Android user, the infected video file loads on his phone (despite his claims that Chrome on Android has "better HTML5 compliance"). From there, Trenton gains root access to Mobley's phone over the shop's WiFi connection, much to his surprise.

The attitude of Mobley is what cracks me up the most, it's a perfect personification of the 'Nexus Warriors' so common on forums (and even AP's comment section). Granted, Stagefright is no longer a problem if you're on Android 5.1.1 or later, but Mobley could very well be that guy visting AP with a Galaxy Nexus.