Gummi Bears

Season 6 Episode 14

King Igthorn (1)

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Aired Unknown Dec 01, 1990 on NBC
8.8
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King Igthorn (1)
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Originally this was the last episode of Gummi Bears. Igthorn leaves town for awhile to get a special termite to destroy Gummi Glen. The Gummi's unaware of Igthorns plan and thinking he left for good celebrate. Zummi thinks since Igthorn is gone he can call the Great Gummi's back and does. Duke Igthorn returns with the termite to destroy Gummi Glen. After destroying Gummi Glen he leads an attack on Castle Dunwyn. He captures the King and takes over. The Gummi's call upon the help of The Barbics to help stop Igthorn. Zummi tells the Great Gummi's not to come. After stopping Igthorn and saving the Great Gummi's, the regular Gummi's find themselves homeless. So The Gummi's move in at Ursalia with The Barbics. Copy this to see screen captions: http://gummibears.freeweb-hosting.com/e1.htmlmoreless

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  • Igthorn at his most dangerous and the last appearance of Gummi Glen.

    8.8
    We all know good things must come to an end. But I was left in stunned silence when Gummi Glen was destroyed. I always thought nothing could harm it and somehow Igthorn must have found a weakness to it. In all words, Igthorn had done the impossible: destroy Gummi Glen, obtain the secret of Gummiberry Juice and finally take over Dunwyn once and for all. If Igthorn was real, I would put him on the FBI\\\'s most wanted list for this crime. If it wasn\\\'t for him, the show would continue. Great series that should not have ended.moreless
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