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Orko: An Earth tremor here?
Did Orko forget the adventure against the Energy Beast two episodes ago?
Man-at-Arms at one point in this episode pulls out a weapon that is very similar to a light saber from star wars.
There are robots in this episode that have been used in previous shows from season one that were used by Skeletor.
When Lord Todd has been defeated, The Sorceress states "Everything is returning to normal". Does this mean his magic had effects elsewhere in Eternia, other than Castle Star?
There is an inconsistency with the origin of Castle Star in the episode. Although the Sorceress describes the castle as "The Ancient Castle Star", suggesting it has been standing for centuries, Lord Todd later claims that he built it- but how is this possible, when he has only just arrived on Eternia?
When Skeletor is showing TrapJaw his latest invention, TrapJaw's mechanical arm is on the wrong side in a few shots.
How was both Orko and Man-at-Arms able to open the door to Man-at-Arms' workshop with a push of the button, while He-Man had to forcibly open it?
How can Teela just walk in and out of Snake Mountain undetected??
How can you tie up a creature made of pure energy, as He-Man does to "Byte"?
Once again, David Wise practises the art of portraying He-Man cast members ridiculously out of character- Man-At-Arms wouldn't normally give in that easily!
Adam: I wonder that it means by "absolute power?"
What power can be more absolute than the powers of Greyskull? Or perhaps this intrigued Adam, thinking along the same lines.
In one of the series' biggest continuity breaks ever, Palace Eternia is overshadowed by a huge mountain in this episode, which has definitely never been there before! Apparently the storyboard artists weren't too pleased about Rowby Goren making this absurd change, but as Goren himself has stated, "they were used to me being weird".
At one point Cringer remarks, "I wish I'd taken the bus". OK, so it's meant to be a humorous line, but... buses on Eternia???
When Prince Adam wakes up in bed he is wearing He-Man's bracelets.
When Adam woke up from the commotion in the hallway when Kittrina broke into the Palace to retrieve the Grymalkin in his sleepware, the next shot of him was waking Cringer up in his regular clothes. How did he manage to change in a few seconds?
In the scene where Randor interrogates Kittrina in the Palace, on the close-up shots of Kittrina, the background is the Temple of the Cats, even though she's meant to be in the palace!
The four-armed Zolt from Orko's missing Magic is pink and red instead of purple and blue in this episode.
For an episode that attempts to discourage discrimination based upon appearance, this episode only serves to contradict that moral in several places. The human oddities on the sideshow- notably the four-armed Zolt and Siamese Twins Tic & Toc from "Orko's Missing Magic" are portrayed as helpless animals rather than human beings. This only serves to come across as prejudiced, even though the episode is supposed to be speaking out against that.
The new guest characters in this episode were also reused as different characters in later episodes. The Sideshow Owner was reused as Lord Todd in "The Gamesman" and Cambro was reused as The Tingler in "Monster on the Mountain", which basically ripped off the entire theme of this episode.
The moral of this episode is second chances. It's important to give our friends a chance to make up for their mistakes. Of course, if they continue to do wrong we might think about if you really want them for a friend or not. But many wrong doers do see the error of their ways, all they need is a second chance. Everybody diserves that.
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Pre-Teens, beings from another world, fantastic adventure, Classics, Teen