G.I. Joe

Season 1 Episode 35

Where the Reptiles Roam

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Oct 18, 1985 on
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Where the Reptiles Roam
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Cobra purchases a dude ranch through one of its dummy corporations, intending to control a nearby solar power station. G. I. Joe travels to the ranch to flush out the Cobras.

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  • Joes and Cobras out west.

    8.0
    This episode was enjoyable but nothing really spicial. There isn't much for me to say about the episode except it's mainly made from moment.



    I like the fact that the battleground is in a western setting and of course some of those Western genere cleches are there as well but done G.I. Joe style. Wild Bill is a fun character as usual always had some clever and witty things to say which is why he steels the show in this episode he's practially at home.



    One favorate moement of mine and this might sound contrivercial so don't take it the wrong way and I'm not totally serious. Is when Lady Jaye sneeks into the underground base and of course she needs a disguise and so there is some hot female cobra communications officer walking by and then Lady Jaye knocks her out and takes her uniform. I'll admit Lady Jaye looks good in that uniform shame though couldn't of seen the undressed female cobra behind the concole, but that would of been inaproprate still I could of handled it.



    Ok, back to subject, that whole sceme of Cobra's almost would of worked except what always makes it colapse under their feet is always that one simple detail they missed. And that I think is part of the lesson in the episode show how the most natural non tech methods can easily destroy the most complex of machinery.moreless
Christopher Collins

Christopher Collins

voice of Cobra Commander / Breaker / Gung Ho / Ripper / Steeler / Frostbite

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

voice of Blowtorch (E-4 Timothy P. Hanrahan) / Clutch (E-4 Lance J. Steinberg) / Duke (E-8 Conrad S. Hauser) / Lift Ticket (W-2

Arthur Burghardt

Arthur Burghardt

voice of Destro / Stalker / Iceberg

B.J. Ward

B.J. Ward

voice of Scarlett (E-5 Shana O'Hara)

Morgan Lofting

Morgan Lofting

voice of Baroness

Mary McDonald-Lewis

Mary McDonald-Lewis

voice of Lady Jaye (E-4 Alison R. Hart-Burnett)

Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

voice of Cutter (O-2 Skip Stone) / Rip Cord (E-4 Wallace A. Weems) / Spirit (E-4 Charlie Iron-Knife) / Sparks / Firefly

Guest Star

Michael Yama

Michael Yama

voice of Torpedo (W-4 Edward W. Leialoha)

Guest Star

Stan Wojno

Stan Wojno

voice of Lifeline (E-5 Edwin C. Steen)

Guest Star

Keone Young

Keone Young

Storm Shadow

Recurring Role

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

voice of Short Fuze (E-4 Eric W. Friestadt) / Wild Bill (W-4 William S. Hardy) / Torch (Tom Winken) / Copperhead

Recurring Role

Bill Morey

Bill Morey

voice of Mutt (E-4 Stanley R. Perlmutter) / Recondo (E-4 Daniel M. LeClaire)

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