Dr. Viper teams up with the alien-possessed Dr. Harley Street in a bid to steal Super-Katalyst 566. But can the two villains cooperate? And can the SWAT Kats stop the sinister slithering scientist from turning all of Megakat City into a toxic radioactive swamp?
The final of the three unfinished episodes from season two, The Doctors of Doom was apparently intended as the finale for season two. Unlike Succubus! and Turmoil 2: The Revenge, however, it currently only exists as a 22-minute outline by Glenn Leopold (production code: 9411), and it is unknown at this time if it progressed to the script stage before the series’ cancellation like the other two.
Nevertheless, the outline is detailed enough that it can be used as the basis for an episode entry, even if it should, at this stage, be considered even more tentatively canon than Succubus! and Turmoil 2. This might change if a full script ever surfaces in the future.
Most jets now a days use a system called a jet fuel starter. While older Vietnam era jets used cartridges or Auxiliary power units. Basically in an F-16 or 15 the pilot would flip …
This was my father's car." Callie growled through her teeth. "It's got heart. It's made of good, old-fashioned Megakat steel, and I am not replacing it."
"There's a company we work with out of Fursdale which specializes in vintage cars, and they might have parts for this…but they don't come cheap." Larry shrugged. "Sorry, Missus Briggs, but as good as this car used to be, now it's more of a clunker. You'd be better off trading it in...no, scratch that. At this point, it's only good for scrap."
Callie fought down the twitch above her eyelid. Taking in a breath to calm herself, she reached one paw up and removed her glasses, then made a deliberate show of cleaning them.
"Well, for as honest as you're being with me, I think I'll need to seek out a second opinion." She set her glasses back on and stared hard at the older, overweight tom.
"Sure. That's your prerogative." Larry shrugged. "I'm just saying, as it is, you'll be lucky to get another 150 miles out of it. You go anywhere else in town, they'll either laugh you out of the shop or promise you the moon and then rip you off. I'd think seriously about my offer."
Callie chuffed at that. "My father was an auto mechanic for his entire life. He'd roll over in his grave if I accepted your offer."
Larry cracked a smile. "Well. Guess you're out of luck, then. Will you be wanting to drive it out of here then?"
"Take my advice, drive it right to the salvage yard outside of town." Larry chuckled. "Hell. You might even be able to convince those two bums out there to take a crack at it."
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In 1993, Hanna-Barbera released SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, an animated action show taking place in the world of Megakat City. It was based on characters created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay. Despite early cancellation in its second season, the series remains popular with an active fanbase. In the United States it can occasionally be found in syndication on the Boomerang Cable Network.