That's ... that's not how nuclear weapons work, Joss.
Not content to just live inside of the computer, each bad guy soon builds a giant armored body for themselves, complete with evil glowing red eyes.
Although only one robot could afford the oddly loquacious Spader-subroutine.
The robot even enlists the help of similar characters: Scarlet Witch and Willow, who of course later becomes a witch in the show. Of course both these characters eventually realize the scope of what's happening and turn on the robot. Finally, when the villain is severed from the computer, the gang destroys the robot body ...
"NO! I HAD ALMOST CALCULATED THE MEANING OF ... LOVE."
So it's a whole lot of coincidences. Too many, really for a writer/director so highly acclaimed. Which means we should all brace ourselves for Whedon's upcoming Batgirl to be set aboard a folksy spaceship.