The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

Season 2 Episode 14

Village Of The Doomed

Aired Unknown Dec 31, 1996 on Cartoon Network

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  • Beware the stare that will paralyze the will of the world.


    Beware the stare that will paralyze the will of the world.

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  • While fishing in Devon, England for some father-son bonding, Benton and Jonny come across a tiny village called Wychford. The village isn't as peaceful as it first appeared, and they are left running from a mad scientist who wants to control minds.

    This episode had an interesting plot but wasn't nearly as good as it could have been because the only characters that were in the episode were Jonny and Benton. It was still entertaining to watch them deal with the situation presented to them but it would have been a lot better if Jessie and Hadji (or at least one of them) was also in the episode. I will say that since Jessie and Hadji were absent, we see Jonny have to use his own brain and IRIS to check out the computer chips that are controlling the villagers (usually Jessie or Hadji would have done that), and to figure out exactly what was going on and that was different from the typical pattern (he tends to rely heavily on the brains of his two companions). He also pulled off a really cool move when he flipped a crazy guy attacking him. But other than that it lacked a lot of the charm many of the episodes have just for the simple fact that many of the star characters were not present.