Before this episode, the viewers were led to believe Storm Hawks would fit more in the "Science Fiction" category. (Carrier ships, futuristic machinery and weapons, etc...), but this episode introduced a Dragon (maker of the desired crystal), which sends back to more of a Fantastic style.
Anyone or anything native to Terra Vapos can never leave.
Stork's latest unorthodox weapon: a gas-spewing book.
2nd appearance of the Murk Raiders and King Apgar.
Finn: You dance like you have two left feet.
Scabulous: You'll pay for that remark!
Stork: This is for Terra Vapos
(Throws vile that lands in water with no effect)
Stork: Oh crud.
(Presenting the Ballad of the Domo)
Stork: For all the people of Vapos, an epic poem about Finn. You think he knows what he's doin', but who are we really kiddin'?
The Domo became a pirate, not as smooth as he could be. While looking for the Serpigree, he ended up doing the laundry.
The raiders left with nothing. They got their just dessert. And despite the terrifying mortal danger, the Domo never got hurt. And once again Vapos is safe. The Domo saved the day. And in the words of this humble poet, Great Domo did... okay.
Finn: (about the Serpigree) I'm gonna swipe it.
Stork: You're gonna die.
Scabulous: Whoever gets them first, extra chocolate pudding rations for a month.
Scabulous: (as he and Finn danced) You're very light on your feet.
Stork: (as he danced with Eyeball) I would have preferred the trip to Wallop.
Finn: (after watching Junko wail in pain) I can't stand to see Junko like this... So if anybody needs me, I'll be in my room.
Cartoon Network Video Airdate: January 7th, 2008 - February 18th, 2008