An Eye for an Eye

2,573pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

A civilian's home is destroyed during a battle between G.I. Joe and Cobra, and he breaks into G.I. Joe Headquarters to seek revenge against Cobra.

Detailed summary

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra Civilians Others
  • Charles Fairmont (15)
  • Doctor (12)
  • Junior Fairmont (11)
  • Mrs. Fairmont (9)
  • Sally Fairmont (10)
  • Army MP (16)

Featured Vehicles & Equipment

G.I. Joe Cobra Others

  • Fusion-engine plane
  • Transport vehicle

Memorable quotes

"My great-grandmother shoots better than these Cobras and she died in 1957."

--Aww, I'm sorry for your loss, Alpine.

Other notes

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • In the rec room, Flint and Lady Jaye's couch briefly disappears.
  • When Mrs. Fairmont takes the baking sheet of cookies out of the oven, she uses her bare hands. That woman must have some really impressive callouses built up!
  • After Lady Jaye and Fairmont land on the beach, Lady Jaye's shirt turns to a dark green for a rather long shot, and then back to the normal tan in the following wide-angle shot.

Continuity errors

  • Charles Fairmont manages to blow up Cobra's Power Destroyer by throwing a grenade hundreds of feet into a small vent at the side of the machine -- a feat that would be nearly impossible for even the best MLB ballplayer.

Miscellaneous trivia

  • The transport vehicle at the beginning of the episode looks a lot like 1988's Rolling Thunder.
  • Two men in trenchcoats and dark glasses meet Fairmont at the airport - one is obviously Alpine, while the other (by process of elimination) is Airtight.
  • The Joe Team is a covert operations group - and Charles Fairmont's reaction to meeting them shows that there's a reason they stay out of the spotlight.

G.I. Joe references

  • While the Joes are watching tv, an announcer says a contestant has won an all-expenses-paid trip to the Florida Everglades - location of Zartan's headquarters.

Real-world references

  • Shipwreck is reading a copy of TV Grind.
    • Additionally, the cover of the magazine says "go see Cal" next to a picture of a cowboy, a reference to prolific used-car salesman Cal Worthington[1], whose ridiculous commercials featured a song with that phrase repeated many times in the chorus.


I'm just not seeing the big picture!!!

This cartoon episode article is a stub and is missing information. You can help Joepedia by expanding it.

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki