He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Season 1 Episode 55

The Witch And The Warrior

Aired Unknown Nov 23, 1983 on USA
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Episode Summary

The Witch And The Warrior
Malik, the Wizard of Stone Mountain, calls He-Man and Teela to his aid when the Fountain of Life of Aridan is stolen by the evil wizard Kothos. But just as the heroes confront Kothos in his floating palace, Skeletor sends Evil-Lyn and Clawful after the fountain- and Evil-Lyn ends up stranded in the desert with Teela, her magic wiped away.

In spite of their rivalry, Evil-Lyn and Teela have no choice but to work together and form an alliance to get themselves back to safety. As they put aside their differences, they form a surprisingly effective duo- and both learn a thing or two about the other in the process...moreless

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    George DiCenzo

    George DiCenzo

    Some additional voices (not credited)

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Alan Oppenheimer

    voice of: Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Cringer/Battle Cat, Merman, Buzz-Off, Roboto, Melaktha, Yuckers and others

    Lou Scheimer

    Lou Scheimer

    voice of: Orko, King Randor, Stratos, Trap Jaw, Tri-Clops, Man-E-Faces, Kobra Khan, Mekaneck, Fisto, Clawful, Modulok, Sy-Klone,

    Linda Gary

    Linda Gary

    voice of: Teela, Evil-Lyn, The Sorceress, Queen Marlena, Dree Elle, Delora, Queen Elmora, Lady Valtera, Shokoti, Kittrina and ot

    John Erwin

    John Erwin

    voice of: Prince Adam/He-Man, Beast Man, Ram Man, Whiplash, Webstor, Granamyr, Icer, Count Marzo, Squinch the Widget, Zagraz, Pr

    Erika Scheimer

    Erika Scheimer

    Queen Marlena (in some episodes), additional voices (not always credited)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (5)

      • The moral of this episode was to make the best of a bad situation, you can come out a winner. So when things go wrong, instead of feeling sorry for yourself, try to work it out.

      • We get to see Evil-Lyn without her helmet in this episode!

      • This is Evil-Lyn's strongest episode in the whole series. The writer Paul Dini often gave Evil-Lyn big roles as she was his favorite character (apparently because he was going out with someone who looked like her at the time!), and often liked to focus on Teela as well. We find out the real reason why Evil-Lyn is working for Skeletor, and get an excellent insight into her character. It is also one of Teela's strongest episodes, and we get the impression that her and Evil-Lyn could almost be best friends if they worked together more often.

      • When Cringer arrives and He-Man changes him to Battle Cat, he just aims the sword at him and he changes. However, in "Temple of the Sun" he said "By the Power of Grayskull" to change Cringer- so did he not really have to say it, or is this just another example of bad continuity?

      • In one scene, He-Man transforms Cringer to Battle Cat right in front of Malik! Although this was probably just a mistake, it would be interesting to consider that Malik might have found out He-Man's secret somewhere between "Wizard of Stone Mountain" and this episode...

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Teela: I've been in a number of difficult situations, but none of them were tougher than trying to get along with Evil-Lyn. And yet, I found that if you make the best of a bad situation, you can come out a winner. So when things go wrong, instead of feeling sorry for yourself, try to work it out, with a smile. You might surprise yourself when you see how well it works. Until next time.

      • Teela: Why do you waste your time fighting for Skeletor?
        Evil-Lyn: I have no loyalty to Skeletor. It's his power I want. Someday, I'll seize it from him, and all of Eternia will feel my might!
        Teela: You know I'll have to stop you.
        Evil-Lyn: I know you'll try.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode is in part a sequel to "Wizard of Stone Mountain" with the return appearance of Malik. This episode was later given a sequel itself in the form of "Revenge is Never Sweet", in which Kothos returns for revenge on Evil-Lyn.

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