Voltron: The Third Dimension

Season 2 Episode 7

Mind Games

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Aired Unknown Feb 05, 2000 on FOX
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Needing to always be in the Robot Lions' cockpits during a crisis can be quite cumbersome and difficult. Fortunately, there is a telepathic remedy that Allura has stumbled onto. All that is required is a little training, which Keith, Lance and Hunk certainly consider it worthwhile. The lone holdout is Pidge, as this forces him to recall painful memories of his life on Balto. He needs to quickly change his mind on this, though, especially when Zarkon again threatens to destroy the Voltron Force.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Billy West

    Billy West

    voice of Pidge

    Clancy Brown

    Clancy Brown

    voice of Queequeg

    Tim Curry

    Tim Curry

    voice of Lotor

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    voice of Lafitte

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    voice of Hunk / Zarkon

    B.J. Ward

    B.J. Ward

    voice of Allura / Haggar

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      • Mind skills have also been key in the original series, Voltron: Defender of the Universe. In that series, "mental powers" allowed an old man named Runan to call forth a fleet from another dimension called Elsu to rescue Coran's wife Leda and son Garrett and transport them safely away from Zarkon.

        While no direct support exists, the fact that mental powers have now also developed in Allura leads to the theory that perhaps the royalty of Arus, being originally descended from a baby who arrived from space, may have married into these mountain people and their bloodline thereby connecting to their mental potential. It is also of note that a gateway to other dimensions appears in the mountains of Arus which can only be opened by a key from an ancient race, which the first Queen of Arus might have come from before ending up on Arus, again indicating the importance of the mountains and magic. Again, while not proven conclusively, the fact there is a strong potential link should not be ignored.

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      • In the original series, it was known that Pidge was from planet Balto, but not if he was born there and then adopted to another world or if both his birth and adoptive families were from Balto. This episode makes it clear that both his birth and adoptive families lived on Planet Balto.

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