Joe's Night Out

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"Joe's Night Out"

David Schwartz

Production company

Sunbow Productions



Original airdate

November 10, 1986

General information

A Real American Hero animated continuity


G.I. Joe

Preceded by

Second Hand Emotions

Followed by

Not a Ghost of a Chance

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Animation and/or technical glitches

Continuity errors

  • The dangers of Outer Space include much more than lack of oxygen. The Law of Diffusion says "An item in a highly-concentrated area, will always be attracted to an environment of low-concentration", meaning that things like heat, or water, will always try to go to the place where there isn't a lot of this. Because of this, the near-total absence of heat will cause a man's blood to freeze almost instantly, so an extremely well-insulated suit would be required (garbbage bags do not contain the ability to trap heat inside the human body). By definition, "Vacuum" means "an environment of zero, or negative pressure"; human blood is pressurized by the heart, to enable it to go to every part of the body; therefore the vacuum of space will force the pressurized blood to try to get out of the body, forcing the blood vessels to explode as the blood forces its way out, so a pressurized suit will also be needed.

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Miscellaneous trivia

  • Considering the design of the club is strikingly similar to the pod rockets in G.I. Joe: The Movie, the design may have been influenced by Serpentor's dream of Cobra-La.

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