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After discovering she is pregnant, Martha reluctantly tries out a new online service that lets people stay in touch with the deceased after insistence from a friend.By using all of his past online communications and social media profiles, a new "Ash" can be created virtually.The episode tells the story of Martha (Hayley Atwell), a young woman whose boyfriend Ash Starmer (Domhnall Gleeson) is killed in a car accident.As she mourns him, she discovers that technology now allows her to communicate with an artificial intelligence imitating Ash, and reluctantly decides to try."Be Right Back" had two sources of inspiration: the question of whether to delete a dead friend's phone number from one's contacts, and the idea that Twitter posts could be made by software mimicking dead people."Be Right Back" explores the theme of grief; it is a melancholy story similar to the previous episode, "The Entire History of You".After Martha accidentally drops her phone and panics when she temporarily loses contact with the artificial Ash, he tells her about the service's experimental stage.

It was written by series creator and showrunner Charlie Brooker, directed by Owen Harris and first aired on Channel 4 on 11 February 2013.

As he begins to follow the order, Martha expresses her frustration that Ash would not have simply obeyed. She allows her daughter to see the android on weekends, but Martha's daughter convinces her to allow her into the attic on her birthday.

While her daughter is in the attic with the android, Martha waits at the bottom of the attic steps, close to tears, before joining them.

However, the ending of the episode was met with criticism.

Several real life artificial intelligence products have been compared to the one shown in the episode, including a Luka chatbot that was partially inspired by the episode.