Eagleheart

Season 1 Episode 3

Master of Da' Skies

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Aired Thursday Feb 17, 2011 on Adult Swim
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Chris and his team maintain justice on the ground, but in Master of Da' Skies, Chris discovers a loophole in local law that leaves the skies unregulated. In a zeppelin known as Cloudtopia, a diabolical baron rules according to whatever laws suit him best. Chris takes flight in order to bring down an overhead underworld.

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    • Susie: Witnesses say they were all pushed out of a hot-air balloon.
      Chief: Well, thank God none of our cars were damaged.

    • Chris: Wait a second. So you're telling me anything that happens in the sky is legal and there's a giant crime blimp flying around this place?
      Chief: Yes.
      Chris: I don't know how I missed that.

    • Baron: Marshal Monsantfield, you're about to...
      Joe the Mugger: No, it's actually Monsanto.
      Baron: Marshal Monsanto, you're about to find out the sky's the limit... of your life.

    • Chief: Susie and Brett have been sky-napped by the Baron. You have to go up to Cloudtopia and rescue them.
      Chris: Both of them?
      Chief: Well, concentrate on Susie, but if you can get Brett, it would save me a lot of paperwork.

    • Radke: Hey, what are you doing to Grunke?
      Chris: I'm gonna have sex with his corpse.
      Radke: Oh. Nice. Good sky crime.

    • Baron: Welcome to Cloudtopia, Chizz. Please, stay as my guest. Later, we're going to watch pirated DVDs and gay-marry each other.

    • Baron: If it's illegal down there, you can find it up here. We even have Cuban cigars.
      Chris: Ooh! May I?
      Baron: Actually, no. These are just a symbolic token of our disdain for the law.

    • Susie: Chris, you must have killed hundreds of people.
      Chris: Sky crime.

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