Thundarr the Barbarian

Season 1 Episode 4

Mindok the Mind Menace

Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Oct 25, 1980 on ABC
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Mindok the Mind Menace
The evil wizard Mindok lost his body in an accident 2000 years ago, but his brain is immortal. He seeks scientists from old Earth, known as "Ice People" (as they've been frozen by cryonics), so they can build him a new body in hope of beginning a new era of conquest. Thundarr and the group must stop him, General Zoa and his minions from carrying out his dreaded plans.moreless

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • (When the group observes General Zoa and his troops breaking into the space center)
        Ariel: What would they be looking for here, in the ruins of a space center?
        Thundarr: Something evil, or a wizard wouldn't want it! (Dismounts from his horse and charges in shouting his rally cry)
        Ariel: Thundarr, no! You can't just rush in! (Ookla growls as he charges in to join Thundarr) Outvoted again.

      • (Thundarr sees a sign that says "Space Medicine Section")
        Thundarr: The sign--What does it mean?
        Ariel: They did experiments here, to test people for travel in space.
        Thundarr: Spaaaace?!? What is space?

    • NOTES (4)

      • This episode is set in the ruins of Cape Canaveral, Florida.

      • The scientists frozen via cryonics are referred to in this episode as "The Ice People".

      • Mindok was once human, but was very badly wounded in the great catastrophe of old Earth. His brain survived via a sophisticated life support system and grew to great power as he learned to utilize science and sorcery, enabling it to live for 2 millennia, practically becoming immortal, but in need of a new body.

      • Post-apocalyptic Animal Species: Fire Whale, which has fanged teeth and can breathe fire from a forward-facing spout. It also has bony scales on its back, a horn extending from its forehead, as well as bony spikes extending from both sides of its body.

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