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Kooshmeister Says:

The bit with Feral getting acid on him and needing to be hosed down really should've been kept. TboneLaughCait

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Thu Jun 14, 2018 9:28 am

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MoDaD Says:

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Statistics: Posted by MoDaD — Sun Jun 10, 2018 3:07 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

Well, after all this time, the Enforcer Sergeant has a name, as per Lance Falk's script for this episode: it's Sergeant Talon. Also, two of the Enforcer pilots in the episode are named Burge and King (get it? "Burger King"). And the individual Plantimals finally have names, as well: Flyers, Rovers, Behemoths and "the Elevator Beastie."

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:01 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

Except Batman's record of exploded buildings is dwarfed by the SWAT Kats'. RazLaugh

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Thu Oct 05, 2017 4:12 am

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Ocelot Says:

1) Why didn't Feral blackmail Manx into letting him do whatever it took to stop Dr. Viper? Like Feral could've announced to Ann Gora that Manx wouldn't let him destroy the building in order to stop Dr. Viper and that would've created bad press for Mayor Manx. And if Manx fired Feral, that would also make him look bad since Feral would use the media against Manx. Manx does have to care how people view him since he is a politician after all.
I don't think blackmailing your boss especially the mayor is a good idea to get what you want. And if Feral did that whats going to stop Manx from spinning it in his favor. Like you said Manx is a politician. Which means he deals with controversy and bad press all the time. Like all politicatians they all know how to turn bad press in their favor. Just ask Bill Clinton about it.
2) Why didn't Manx arrange for Feral to go after the SWAT Kats after they destroyed his building? Feral would've loved it if Manx had given him authority even though that I would be an unfair move.
The same reason Batman isn't arrested after he saves the city. They are heroes and have just saved the city.

Statistics: Posted by Ocelot — Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:39 pm

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Kooshmeister Says:

Here's a missed opportunity in the episode: Wouldn't it have been neat if T-Bone, not Razor, had come up with the idea for the super rocket coolant? Obviously, Razor (and Callie) would've still made the discovery that the Plantimals are weak to cold, but it would've been interesting if it was T-Bone, remembering the outer space-themed video game he played, thought of going to MASA.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:25 pm

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Kooshmeister Says:

Either way, I'm pretty sure the Enforcers are the only law enforcement game in town and the "M.C.P.D." do-not-cross tape and mentions of "police" are all examples of what TV Tropes calls "early installment weirdness."

What I can't explain is why the prison van in Chaos in Crystal has the Enforcer logo on the hood:

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It's the only thing connected to the prison which features that logo. The guards' uniforms have their own symbol on them (an orange circle inside a larger yellow one, seen on Lem's shoulder in the screenshot above), so the prison isn't run by the Enforcers. Despite this, their vans have the Enforcers' logo on them. I can only assume that for whatever reason the Enforcers loaned vehicles to the prison.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:00 pm

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Jiesi Says:

Maybe the police are the ground troop division and enforcers are air? Then would there be a Jurastiction issue like with the police and FBI?
No dice. All the ground vehicles and troops have the Enforcer logo on them, and all the model sheets for them identify them as being Enforcers.

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Then would there be a Jurastiction issue like with the police and FBI?
If so, then why are Commander Feral and Felina seen operating both air and ground vehicles?
I think if the logo was the same it's ok since there's mounted police, police motercycles cars helicopters etc. but to label the tape with pd. I don't know. But I have wondered if there's other branches.

Statistics: Posted by Jiesi — Sat Aug 05, 2017 6:44 pm

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Kooshmeister Says:

Maybe the police are the ground troop division and enforcers are air? Then would there be a Jurastiction issue like with the police and FBI?
No dice. All the ground vehicles and troops have the Enforcer logo on them, and all the model sheets for them identify them as being Enforcers.

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Then would there be a Jurastiction issue like with the police and FBI?
If so, then why are Commander Feral and Felina seen operating both air and ground vehicles?

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Sat Aug 05, 2017 3:15 pm

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Jiesi Says:

I always thought they were so futuristic with robots and flying cars which would be great the way I go threw tires. Then I noticed Callie smashes a plantimal with a typewriter. Why? If I ever have kids one day and make them watch the show they'll think I grew up without computers. Although I was talking to a student of mine about the show and they asked if it was in black and white if it was in the 90s

Statistics: Posted by Jiesi — Sat Aug 05, 2017 10:07 am

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