Storm Hawks

Season 1 Episode 24

Calling All Domos

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Aired Monday 7:00 PM Dec 06, 2007 on Cartoon Network
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Calling All Domos
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There’s trouble again on Terra Vapos, and since Finn saved them once before, he’s called back to Domo duty. But with the rest of the Hawks dealing with Junko’s wallop-sized toothache, Finn only has Stork to back him up. But will that be enough against the scary pirates known as The Murk Raiders?moreless

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  • Calling all domos is one of the few amazing episodes from Storm Hawks, and my favourite out of those that have currently been aired. This episode is highly entertaining and forces together two completely different characters culminating in great comedy.moreless

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    Calling all domos is one of the few amazing episodes from Storm Hawks, and my favourite out of those that have currently been aired. This episode is highly entertaining and forces together two completely different characters culminating in great comedy. Building upon the previous episode 'King for a day' Finn get's recalled to Terra Vapos as the Domo. The problem? Piper, Aerrow and Radaar have taken Junko to Terra Wallop, leaving only an unwilling Stork to help Finn.



    This episode focuses almost completely on Stork and Finn, developing their characters.



    There are classic Finn moments, for example hitting on the women of Vapos, or showing off his sharpshooting skills, but there are also moments that show a slightly less egotistical Finn. For example, when Finn and Stork follow after the Murk Raiders to retrieve the Serpigree, he refuses to leave, or give up in his attempts to retrieve the Serpigree, even if it means dancing with the somewhat bigger Captain Scabulous, or feeding a ferocious pet. He also has a brave 'hero' moment, where he pulls a sword from a wall and challenges Captain Scabulous, which is, sadly, ruined by the fact that the sword shatters when Finn hits it on the floor.



    Stork also has his very classic moments, with his depressing: 'I'm going to regret this', and his unwillingness to go head to head with a Cyclonian Cruiser. His somewhat unusual behaviour, while surprising, was highly amusing. He willingly acted as a decoy for Finn, drawing off the Murk Raiders, which, while brave, was a complete disaster. He also had another moment to shine as the minstrel to Finn, writing an epic poem through the whole episode, adding some slight humour to the epi.



    While Junko and the others don't have a major role, they do add a lot of humour. The idea of the Wallop dentist accidently pulling some of Junko's good teeth is, while somewhat painful, quite a good one, as is the joke with the bell, where Junko smashes it into a pretty much flat disk.moreless
Colin Murdock

Colin Murdock

Dentist

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Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

King Agar/Eyeball

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Mark Oliver (I)

Mark Oliver (I)

Captain Scabulous

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