Mega Man

Season 1 Episode 3


Aired Unknown Sep 25, 1994 on
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Episode Summary

Dr. Wily cons Mega Man into trying to become human, which he then uses to his advantage to reprogram the blue robot.

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    Jim Byrnes (I)

    Jim Byrnes (I)

    voice of Dr. Light

    Louise Vallance

    Louise Vallance

    Additional Voices

    Scott McNeil

    Scott McNeil

    voice of Dr. Wily / Proto Man

    Michael Donovan

    Michael Donovan

    Voice Of Ring Man

    Jay Brazeau

    Jay Brazeau

    Voices of Bright Man And Needle Man

    Richard Newman

    Richard Newman

    Additional Voices

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Why would Mega Man need to be human to experience feelings and emotions if all the robots in the series do anyway?

      • At one point, Mega Man copies Ring Man's weapon from his head, but the little Teletubby-ish thing on Ring Man's head is missing.

      • When Spark Man destroys the police car, we can see another orange robot behind him. Who is that? He doesn't get mentioned at all, and he only shows up for that scene. We know that it isn't Cut Man either, since he's flying the blimp.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Mega Man: I'm really happy being a robot.
        Dr. Petto: Are you sure you know what "happy" is?

      • Guts Man: You're scrap metal, Mega Man! (grabs metal bar)
        Mega Man: Welder-Bots, torch him! (Welder-Bots heat the bar and bend it to trap Guts Man's hands.)

      • Dr. Wily: (into Mega Man's mind-controlling piece) You feel all mooshy oon tingwy inside.
        (Mega Man sniffs a rose.)
        Mega Man: I feel all mooshy oon tingwy inside.

      • Crash Man: Hey, Hey! Stand aside, Magnet Man! It's time for Crash Man to finish the job with his time bombs.

    • NOTES (5)

      • Spark Man does not have a speaking role in this episode.

      • Only appearances of Magnet Man and Crash Man.

      • Key Robot Masters: Ring Man, Magnet Man, Spark Man, Crash Man.

      • Spark Man and Crash Man appear in this episode. Spark Man would later return as a member of Cold Steel.

      • Mega Man copies both the Ring Boomerang and the Magnet Missile in this episode. However, neither Mega Man nor Magnet Man use the homing projectile magnets, only the magnetic pull ability (which Mega Man can't use in the game, Mega Man 3, from which Magnet Man and Spark Man hail).

        Incidentally, this is the first time Mega Man copies a weapon without first incapacitating its owner.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Dr. Petto:

        The name "Dr. Petto" comes from the name "Gepetto" from Pinocchio. (which is where the episode takes it's title from)