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Echo Says:

Eh, let's just agree that what Razor meant by ejecting was that they needed to get out of the sinking jet ASAP. TboneLaughCait
Agreed. BroFistIcon TboneLaughCait

Statistics: Posted by Echo — Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:53 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

Eh, let's just agree that what Razor meant by ejecting was that they needed to get out of the sinking jet ASAP. TboneLaughCait

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Fri Oct 05, 2018 8:14 am

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Echo Says:

Possibly, but with the canopy bent it wouldn't be aligned with the track and wouldn't open properly.

Statistics: Posted by Echo — Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:50 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

Then it's possible Razor thought the canopy opening would force the tentacles to move. After all, it launched the sabertoothed tiger through the air in The Pastmaster Always Rings Twice.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:37 am

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Echo Says:

That's only in one shot, in another the canopy is covered in tentacles.

Statistics: Posted by Echo — Thu Oct 04, 2018 10:55 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

The tentacles weren't blocking the canopy, leaving them free to open it and escape that way, had T-Bone agreed to do so.

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Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:50 am

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Echo Says:

I love this episode but I thought of something, when the tentacle monster grabbed the turbokat and started crushing it when Razor said they should eject. How were they going to do it? The canopy couldn't pop open since it was being crushed, and there was no way they could get out the bomb bay because it was flooded. If the thrusters didn't kick in, we would have had drowned SWAT Kats. RazAfraid KittyEyesChanceIcon

Statistics: Posted by Echo — Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:25 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

I either let this slide initially, or didn't notice it way back when, but I can't let it go unremarked upon. ViperLaughCait
I love that Doc Conway replaced Dr. Zyme.
He didn't replace him. Zyme was (is?) a Megakat Biochemical Labs scientist. Konway works for the Enforcers. They're both biochemists, but they work at two different places.
Finally, a competent dude?
I think you're giving Konway too much credit here; just as Zyme did in The Giant Bacteria, he goes for the obvious solution. The only difference is the anti-mutagens worked. Zyme wasn't incompetent, just a victim of the script which dictated that the monsters only be weak to electricity.

And since Viper didn't make his mutants immune to anti-mutagens like he made his bacteria monster(s) immune to antibiotics, I'd say this reflects more on him than it does on Konway. Konway wasn't any more competent than Zyme; Viper just got sloppy. He didn't "science-proof" his monsters like he did previously. ViperSMile

And in poor Zyme's defense, Dr. Konway wasn't under the same time crunch his colleague was. He was under a time crunch, just not such a severe one. He and everyone else in the room were safe for the moment on the eleventieth floor or whatever, so he had more time to study the mutated frog, figure out which katalyst Viper had used, and prepare the right dosage of anti-mutagens.

Compare this to Dr. Zyme's situation. Even if the bacteria monsters hadn't been immune to antibiotics, he only had a few minutes to prepare ("On such short notice, this is the best I could do."). In addition, they were in immediate (or soon to be immediate) danger; "Those things are heading right for us!" So he had to work faster than Konway did. And finally, unlike Konway, he had no specimen to study before making his plan; he not only had to guess what the creatures were (and to his credit, he guessed correctly), he also had to guess at the right kind of antibiotics to use, winding up going for the strongest dose of the strongest kind just to be sure. It isn't his fault it didn't work.

The only thing he does wrong is that he gives Feral only one missile full of the stuff. What, did he expect Feral to return and reload after successfully killing the first monster? ViperSMile

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Wed Mar 29, 2017 3:44 pm

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Krillos Says:

I kinda like that it implied that Dr. Viper as we knew him died... Not because I don't like Viper, but because... well, it was like, closure?
I always entertained the notion that if he'd returned, he would've had a new appearance. Something halfway between his giant-self and his old self, sort of akin to the action figure he got. But preferably less buff. Seriously, Viper and buff do not go together. When he's a giant, the boy's got some serious love handles.
I totally agree with that. Seeing that he got a tank of antimutagen blasted on his face, I'd imagine he took some heavy damage in cellular level and needed to seriously lay low for quite a while to recover. While recovering, he'll spend his time seeking to improve himself through a series of experimentation and mutations. So next time we see him, he'll be sporting a new look as if he's been reborn and he intents to share it with the world.

Statistics: Posted by Krillos — Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:12 pm

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Kooshmeister Says:

So, do T-Bone's clothes transform, too? I mean, when he returns to normal, shouldn't the entire right half of his flight suit and helmet be gone? There was a similar problem in The Giant Bacteria where Morbulus' wifebeater and boxers transformed along with him.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:20 pm

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