Atomic Betty

Season 2 Episode 3

Auntie Matter / Oy, Robot

Aired Sunday 7:00 AM Nov 06, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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Auntie Matter / Oy, Robot
Auntie Matter: While at a visit to Granny's farm, Betty is called away on a mission and discovers that the villain--a woman who has the power to convert herself into a black hole--is actually her great aunt! She's back to get Betty's grandma for imprisoning her in the first place, and nothing can stop her. It's up to Granny to save the day in a very unusual way. Oy, Robot: Dr. Cerebral has obtained a new robot and is converting organic lifeforms into robots, believing that they are superior and cleaner. Betty has to stop him before he turns the entire galaxy into robots--but what happens when Sparky becomes a robot as well?moreless

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  • A completely new look into the Atomic family the return of Dr. Cerebral!

    I just finished watching this episode earlier, and all I can say about "Auntie Matter" Seriously, wow. So much character development here, especially with Betty's grandmother. It's cool seeing that Granny and Betty are both Guardians, so that Betty no longer has to keep her crew, ship, and identity a secret from anyone other than herself. We also learn Granny's Galactic Guardian name, and get to see her in action. We also learn that Betty's great-aunt is a supervillain that can convert herself into a black, I'd love it if they made an episode where they explained the origins of THAT one. One of those classic-but-exciting ultrapowerful-father/normal mother relationships that result in awesome crossbreeds.

    There's also an entire new way that Betty transforms--and let me say this, it's SO much more visually cool...kind of like a Sailor Moon thing, to find the closest comparision. Very fun to watch.

    "Oy, Robot" wasn't as much fun as "Auntie Matter", but it did feature the first return of Dr. Cerebral for the second season. I know that he had some sort of obsession with robots, but I never knew he was THAT obsessive...well, there's a lot of things I don't know yet. It was interesting to see Sparky as a robot--although it kind of reminded me of "Pinocchio" for some reason--and it appears that Betty and Purrsey are working together now against Penelope and her snobbiness. Probably after Purrsey and Poopsey became enemies, no? ;)moreless

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