|Krieger's Virtual Girlfriend|
|First appearance||Tragical History|
|Relationships||Dr. Krieger (boyfriend/fiancé)|
Krieger's Virtual Girlfriend is so real that the state of New York was going to allow Doctor Krieger to marry her. There have been two versions of her, the first was "killed," after Lana, in a fit of frustration, smashed the computer/holographic device that stored her. Krieger began recreating her immediately and successfully, as he seems to consider the first incarnation a mother and the second her daughter.
Krieger had their entire wedding planned, but he apparently reconsidered the wedding because of how society would look upon them. Due to this fact, the two have an increasingly strained relationship.
- She is made to look like a stereotypical Japanese anime/manga character. She has a short wedding dress which reveals her panties, and she refers to people with the Japanese honorific -san.
- Her accent is based around the practice of transliterating words so that they can be rendered in Japanese writing. Her most noticeable example of this is pronouncing Krieger's name "Kuriiga".
- She is apparently completely self-aware.
- While she often behaves like a stereotypical Japanese anime/manga character, she does occasionally demonstrate a broader range of character.
- She has a crush on astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
- The second incarnation appears to be completely independent from any type of projector as she has been seen twice outside.
- It is implied in the episode Space Race: Part II that she and Krieger had sex, which might mean she has the ability to materialize.
- She appears to consider herself Japanese despite being a digital simulation, getting annoyed when Kreiger calls the Japanese gangsters in A debt of Honor Chinese, failing to distinguish the two races.
- In "Tragical History," she is mentioned by Archer and later seen in the ISIS mainframe room, where Lana kills her.
- In "Double Trouble," she appears in Krieger's lab, and accompanies Krieger, Ray, Lana and Malory on the mission to hunt Archer and Katya Kazanova. When finding out that Krieger broke his promise that they would get married, she protested, but Krieger argued back that they would discuss it in the van.
- In "The Man From Jupiter," she appears in Krieger's Van when Cyril, who takes a liking to her, accidentally hits her projector. At the end of the crazy chase, she tries to comfort Krieger, but he rejects her help and tells her not to touch him.
- In "Space Race: Part II", Krieger is showing off his new van to her, before a later cut shows the van rocking.
- In "Viscous Coupling", Krieger plans to eat sushi and watch tentacle porn with her.
- In "White Elephant", she is sitting in Kreiger's lab reading pornography as the FBI storm in and arrest Krieger.
- In "A Debt of Honor", she is seen in Kreiger's lab again reading pornography. She gets mad at Kreiger after he mistakingly calls the Japanese Yakuza gangsters Chinese.