Atomic Betty

Season 1 Episode 22

Wizard of Orb / Max-Land

Aired Sunday 7:00 AM Apr 17, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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Wizard of Orb / Max-Land
Wizard of Orb: Betty must travel to the planet Mortavio to rescue Good King R-turmex, who has been captured by the evil wizard, Solovem, master of black magic. Meanwhile on Earth, Betty, Noah, Penelope, and others compete in a skateboarding competition. Max-Land: Maximus opens a self-themed amusement park named Max-Land, in which he plans on using the attractions to brainwash all the alien children, thus buying anything Maximus sells them. Meanwhile on Earth, Betty and her Mom visit Betty's Granny in the country where Betty finds a bracelet that might be a clue to Granny's secret identity.moreless

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  • This was the first episode showing some plot advancement at last.

    Once again, good enough so that months later I can remember it. Must count for something!

    Anyway, glad to see the bracelet is some plot advancement that they actually do build on later in this season. I do hope that they will continue the story arc into season two if they do in fact do a season 2. By this time I'm not quite sure if I would want them to do season 2 however, they have not had that many exceptional episodes in season 1.

    The amusement park was amusing, not quite inspired but all the same a refreshing change that is something you can remember if you know what I mean. I liked that Betty didn't have all the help she could have for the whole episode, its nice to see her work alone once in a while. Yes I know, teamwork but for once I'm talking about Girl Power, good solid girl power.

    The wizard now that is quite a classic one. I'm glad they finally acknowledge that the whole series isn't an exact sci-fi. The wizard himself needed a bit of work but with a few tweeks I hope to see him back again next season. We can hope!moreless

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