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The following are the most recent posts from a dedicated MegakatCity.com thread for The Metallikats:

MoDaD Says:

Here are the storyboards for The Metallikats (featuring that unused Megakat City sign):

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Statistics: Posted by MoDaD — Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:47 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

I see too that that episode's working title (before it was typed up as a premise) was "The Damned Sphynxes." Did the Tremblays really think that would fly when they submitted the handwritten plot summary? TboneLaughCait

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:15 am

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MoDaD Says:

A very good point.
Thanks, Koosh!
But, looking at the outline for The Deadly Pyramid and how it differs from the final episode, it does make me wonder about what The Doctors of Doom and whether we really can consider it even tentatively canon like the other two.
"Deadly Pyramid" outline? I must have missed that memo. (goes to look up thread on that episode)
It's on page 28 and 29:

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Statistics: Posted by MoDaD — Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:33 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

"Deadly Pyramid" outline? I must have missed that memo.
It's in the art book. Part of it, anyway, the first page.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:43 am

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marklungo Says:

A very good point.
Thanks, Koosh!
But, looking at the outline for The Deadly Pyramid and how it differs from the final episode, it does make me wonder about what The Doctors of Doom and whether we really can consider it even tentatively canon like the other two.
"Deadly Pyramid" outline? I must have missed that memo. (goes to look up thread on that episode)

Statistics: Posted by marklungo — Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:36 am

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Kooshmeister Says:

A very good point. It's something that I've often thought about, myself; how different from their scripts would the unfinished episodes have been? The differences between the finished episodes' scripts and the final product is often a lot of little things that add up as opposed to anything major. I.e., the basic stories have remained the same. So I'm pretty sure Succubus! and Turmoil II would've been more or less the same in their final form. But, looking at the outline for The Deadly Pyramid and how it differs from the final episode, it does make me wonder about what The Doctors of Doom and whether we really can consider it even tentatively canon like the other two. Clearly a lot changed from The Deadly Pyramid's outline to the actual episode, enough that I would never suggest its outline was canon, and so I'm prepared to accept that The Doctors of Doom did, too (assuming it ever did proceed to script form), or would've (assuming it never got beyond an outline).

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:16 am

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marklungo Says:

Something I noticed about the "Metallikats" script: It has a big FINAL stamp on the cover, but it has numerous differences from the finished episode. This may mean that the three unproduced scripts might have been revised further if they'd actually been made. Could this explain the "Succubus!"/"Curse of Kataluna" name change mystery? Would any of the plot holes have been filled? We'll probably never know, but it's fun to speculate, isn't it?

Statistics: Posted by marklungo — Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:19 am

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Swatkatfan21 Says:

T-BONE / RAZOR (SINGING)
When evil rears its ugly head
And the wheels of justice fail
Here come the SWAT Kats to save the day
And whip that villain's tail!


I like to hear T-bone & Razor sing
It would have to be done in the style of Kenny Loggins. With the random 'Danger Zone!' added for awesomeness!

Statistics: Posted by Swatkatfan21 — Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:16 am

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Prettyshadowj26 Says:

T-BONE / RAZOR (SINGING)
When evil rears its ugly head
And the wheels of justice fail
Here come the SWAT Kats to save the day
And whip that villain's tail!


I like to hear T-bone & Razor sing

Statistics: Posted by Prettyshadowj26 — Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:39 pm

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Kooshmeister Says:

I believe (I think either Mark or Koosh can confirm) that the script for The Metallikats was the first script for the show ever written.
Mark's right. Its production number 9302 and references to one prior episode mean that The Giant Bacteria was made first. Assuming we ever find its script, I think we'll see it's in a similar format.

Statistics: Posted by Kooshmeister — Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:49 am

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