Ben 10: Alien Force

Season 3 Episode 8

If All Else Fails

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 06, 2009 on Cartoon Network
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A series of earthquakes awakens a HighBreed officer who has been hibernating deep under the earth's surface. He believes the HighBreed have lost the war and activates a fail safe device that is programmed to destroy. Ben must now work together with Gwen and Kevin not only to save Grandpa Max, but also the world from this "giant" problem.moreless
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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When Grandpa Max joins the group of 4 other adbuctees, he declares himself as Seedling 3, then another man arrives declaring himself Seedling 2, making a total of 6 people. However, Max then reports in that 5 out of 91 Seedlings are present. It cannot be assumed that Max is the leader and therefore does not count, because he stated that he was a Seedling, and he's not the lowest or highest number, taking the numbers as ranking. The 6 people can easily be counted moments later.

      • In this episode, Max said he knew Kevin's father. It is revealed Kevin's father's name is Devin Levin.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Gwen: Just tell us... Are there any more HighBreed doomsday plans left on Earth we should know about?
        HighBreed Supreme: Absolutely not! (pause) Um, I will... check the records.

      • Kevin: We're not gonna just stand here and let the brussel sprout that walks like a man nuke us, are we?

      • Kevin: Come on. We'll follow in my car.
        Ben: Forget the car. I've got a better idea. (selects Way Big, but becomes Humongousaur)
        Humongousaur: Way Big... Aw, man! Humongousaur. I wonder if the Omnitrix is still under warranty.

      • Gwen: Having fun?
        Kevin: Pros of camp-outs: fresh air, barbecue burgers. Cons of camp-outs: your Grandpa Max's old Plumbers stories that we've heard ten times before.

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      • "The brussels sprout that walks like a man":

        This is a reference to 'the worm that walks', a term for a humanoid composed of many smaller bugs, most commonly seen in horror or science fiction.

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