Outlaw Star

Season 1 Episode 22

Gravity Jailbreak

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Aired Unknown Feb 13, 2001 on Cartoon Network
8.8
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Gravity Jailbreak
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Gene goes to prison on a heavy gravity world so he can find a man who knows the location of the Leyline.

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  • This is a Awsome Episode and I wanted to let you know I liked it and I wish they had made more.

    9.4
    This Episode was awsome. I love Outlaw Star and all the Episodes, but this was my Favorite. I miss having it on tv where I could watch it every night after 12 p.m or 1 a.m. I am very glad to see that they made a DVD and a VHS so that way we can always see the Episodes when we want to and I think its nice, very nice.
  • Good episode we see Gwen Kahn my fav character

    9.5
    Yeah good episode, clever although I want to knwo how the guy in the prison knew the location of the galactic layline. Or is it just me that thinks it is strange that that guy knows and next to noone else does. Also the monopole is horizontal when it should be vertical (think about it).
Brett H. Radford

Brett H. Radford

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Guest Star

Tony Oliver

Tony Oliver

Voice Talent [E]

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Dan Woren

Dan Woren

Saiyo Wong [E]

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Beau Billingslea

Beau Billingslea

Narrator [E]

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Richard Barnes

Richard Barnes

Gwen [E]

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Takeshi Aono

Takeshi Aono

Gwen [J]

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    • The planet has a distribution of gravitational forces which make things especially interesting. Basically people cannot jump or move around much without breaking their legs and other body parts.
      Most of the prison area is three times normal gravity.
      The solitary confinement areas seem to be higher.
      The polar regions are up to ten times normal gravity.
      The equatorial belt is one times normal gravity.

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