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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002)

Season 1 Episode 19

Orko's Garden

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Aired Unknown Mar 15, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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Orko's Garden
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Orko unwittingly helps the villainous plant-like Evilseed take all of the Masters hostage.

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    Scott McNeil

    Scott McNeil

    Beast Man, Clawful, Mer-Man, Ram Man, Stratos, Kobra Khan

    Michael Donovan

    Michael Donovan

    King Randor, Count Marzo, Roboto, Tung Lashor

    Cam Clarke

    Cam Clarke

    Prince Adam/He-Man

    Mark Acheson

    Mark Acheson

    Fisto

    Brian Drummond

    Brian Drummond

    Odiphus/Stinkor, Tuvar [Two Of Two-Badd]

    Garry Chalk

    Garry Chalk

    Duncan/Man-At-Arms, Whiplash

    Paul Dobson

    Paul Dobson

    Man-E-Faces, Snake Face, Trap-Jaw, Tri-Klops

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (1)

    • NOTES (5)

      • The script describes Mossman as a "cross between Swamp Thing and Obi-Wan".

      • Like Count Marzo, Evil-Seed was a villain in one episode of the classic series; that episode did not involve Moss-Man, but the plot was somewhat similar. (Evil-Seed was a much more passive, non-combatant, as many villains back then were).

      • Despite being one of the most powerful Masters thus far, Moss-Man's voice, articulation, and syntax have cleverly been made to sound like that of a typical, friendly farmer - quite natural since he's a master of plant life. It is a welcome addition which defines his personality.

      • Mossman joins the Masters in this episode.

      • Skeletor (and his minions) do not appear in this episode

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Lernaean Hydra

        Evil Seed's giant plant snakes seem to have been inspired by the Lernaean Hydra, which, in Greek mythology, was a serpent-like water beast that had numerous heads and every time one was cut off, two grew back. The Hydra was killed by Heracles as one of his Twelve Labours.

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