Ben 10: Ultimate Alien

Season 2 Episode 28

The Eggman Cometh

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Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Mar 03, 2012 on Cartoon Network
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The Eggman Cometh from the show Ben 10: Ultimate Alien is an animated television series written by Stan Berkowitz and directed by Matt Younberg. During the Eggman Cometh young Ben Tennyson transforms himself into Big Chill, Jury Rigg and Jetray to battle with Dr Animo who seeks to take over the world by hatching eggs containing dragon like creatures.moreless
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      • Alien forms used:
        1) Fasttrack (x2)
        2) Jury Rigg (x3)
        3) Clockwork
        4) Swampfire
        5) Humungousaur
        6) Big Chill
        7) Jetray

      • At the end of the episode, the evolve ray affected Sheriff who was watching TV. After being evolved, he turned off the television and his intelligence was increased allowing him to complete his crossword puzzle.

      • It is revealed that Ben and Kevin train with Ben's new aliens to find out their powers and abilities.

      • Jury Rigg always says what he is doing repeatedly, when breaking something he says "break" and when fixing something he says "fix" over and over again.

      • Jury Rigg is one of Ben's alien forms who is not in the lineup of aliens in the Ultimate Alien intro, the others being Fasttrack, Eatle, Ultimate Wildmutt, Clockwork, Shocksquatch, ChamAlien and Ultimate Way Big; although this is due to their existence not being known until just recently.

      • What they refer as "dragons" are really "pteranodons" as shown by the crossword puzzle near the end that refers to "Pterano", a pteranodon character on the "Land Before Time" movie series.

      • Gwen refers to the group meeting a "dragon", from the Ben 10: Alien Force episode "Be-Knighted."

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