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Doctor K was abducted as a small child and left unable to remember her real name. She described her time there as "working around the clock" in Ranger Yellow. Working for Alphabet Soup left her with no social skills and barely able to express her emotions. Fellow subject inmates Gem and Gemma were the opposite, left with childish, unrestrained personalities and so dependent on each other that they finished each other's sentences; they retained this childish enthusiasm even when talking about prison camp conditions and about how they planned to bomb a factory without freeing the workers first in In or Out.
Two of the Soup's key projects were:
- The Venjix Virus, a sentient computer virus capable of infiltrating any system. Doctor K worked on this.
- Project Ranger, an attempt to make the Rangers and Zords. (The Paleozord proved unusable and was dumped in a mountain range.)
When Doctor K discovered they are being lied to about their sunshine allergy, she released the Venjix Virus to bring down the facility's defenses. However, she was stopped before she could activate the firewall to prevent it from spreading, despite warning her captors.
Venjix rapidly swept throughout the world, eventually taking over the technology of mankind and destroying much of the free world, the Alphabet Soup facility included. Even during the facility's collapse, agents of the facility attempted to keep knowledge of the virus' origin by holding onto Doctor K, but were waylaid by the other charges in the facility, notably Gem and Gemma, to help her escape.
Up until to this day, Doctor K has kept the origin of Venjix a secret but speaks freely of Alphabet Soup, most likely out of spite for them ruining her childhood. If any of the members of Alphabet Soup survived the Venjix apocalypse, they would be at the risk of prison or worse: K's handlers had attempted to kill her and possibly planned to destroy the technology she had with her for fear of Venjix being traced back to them. ("Doctor K")