In the eighteenth episode we check in on Chuck Norris in Karate Kommandos. This episode, “Target: Chuck Norris”, takes a mature look at the topic of bullying. Why is The Claw such a bully to Chuck Norris? Why, like the bullies in the school yard, does he take out a contract on Chuck Norris’ life? How can those who are bullied cope with and grow from these incidents? Listen in and learn from Chuck Norris.
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In the seventeenth episode we journey back to Star Trek. In this episode, “Mudd’s Passion”, the crew stumble across the slimey Mudd as he attempts to peddle his shoddy wares to a gullible crowd of miners and weird man-bear-pigs. The crew try to lock him up by turning off a light switch. Then big rock monsters appear. Find out how all of this strings together into a somewhat logical story by watching!

In the sixteenth episode we return to the macho world of He-man. In this episode, ‘The Time Corridor’, He-man must travel back in time to stop Skeletor from screwing up history. He-man also explores whether there is a single fixed history, or whether time travel allows us to change history, and does time travel create an alternate timeline? Or maybe he just goes back in time and fights a dragon. Find out by watching!

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In the fifteenth episode we find a gem from the 80’s: Chuck Norris’ – Karate Kommandos. This first episode, Deadly Dolphin, introduces us to the timeless characters of Chuck Norris’ crew. There’s the fat sumo guy that humorously likes to eat, Short Round’s cousin – Too Much, a samurai, a freckle-faced guy in a hoodie, and a woman.

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In the fourteenth episode we return to Star Trek The Animated Adventures. In this episode, Once Upon a Planet, the writers re-tread old ground. The crew have finally been given the opportunity for leave, and decide to visit a planet that previously tried to kill them. What could go wrong? A sentient computer trying to kill them is what could go wrong. It’s worth it though, because you get to see a two-headed dragon.

In the thirteenth episode we take our fist look at He-Man, in: Disappearing Act. Join us, as we completely fail to understand the convoluted plot of the episode. Watch in amazement as Skeletor turns invisible, a robot replica of He-Man is created, and He-Man saves the day by using some clothes rather than his brain.

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