This episode arguably has the most clinical episode title in TV history, and the show that follows isn’t a whole lot more exciting than the title. And yet I kind of love it.
“The Creeping Horak” is reputedly the worst punishment of ancient times but mostly sounds like a middle manager who needs to be reported to HR. Oh, hello, most timely recapping [...]
Skeletor is the new mother of dragons. Does he have to fall for Jon Snow now?
Skeletor’s evil scheme is a Bob Dylan song: everybody must get stoned!
He-Man uses his leg strength to crush a mountain and bury the demon for another twenty years in an avalanche. I hope the lesson at the end of today’s episode is: never miss leg day at the gym.
Evil-Lyn uses the Shaping Staff to turn Orko into a cricket. The bad guys are on track to win this round, unless Pinocchio happens to be visiting Eternia.
This is a surprisingly Kumbaya episode of “He-Man,” everybody’s holding hands and talking about their feelings, even the villains.
Skeletor has a magic engagement ring that can zap He-Man's friends into a mirror. He-Man has to squish the ring before it makes him disappear. Also, Man-at-Arms is covered in eggs.
It's Megatron's game now, and the game is “Throw an antimatter cube into the air and blow up everything.” As you might expect, he wins.
The Decepticon space bridge is so powerful it causes problems with the animation - Megatron talks in Shockwave's voice and for a moment there are two Starscreams.