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Tunnel Rat is kidnapped by Scrap-Iron and forced to test a brainwave controlled weaponized exo-suit; in order to rescue him, Roadblock allows himself to be taken as well.
- Synopsis not yet written.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
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Animation and/or technical glitches
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- Why are the Joes using the Cobra logo on the Coyote again?
- When the pin is pulled on the grenade, the "spoon" (safety lever) should fly off, but it's still in its normal position when Duke grabs the grenade and tosses it away.
- The timing on the exo-armor explosion is off: if the timer was set for five minutes, it happens way too soon; if it was set for five seconds, it takes too long.
- First appearance: Doc, Steeler, Destro, Scrap-Iron, Exo-Armor
- This episode takes place in Chicago.
- McCullen mentions his "Grenadiers."
- Scrap-Iron doesn't have any scars... yet.
- Tunnel Rat makes it clear he knows there is something going on between Snake-Eyes and Scarlett.
- The Illinois State Police uniforms really do look quite like they're shown in this episode.
- In the 2003 Hulk movie, the Hulk catches a missile fired from a helicopter and throws it back, just as Roadblock does in this episode.
G.I. Joe references
- Sonic waves were used to modify behavior as early as G.I. Joe #2.
- Snake-Eyes breaking Tunnel Rat out of the rage is similar to his RAH counterpart's use of the Arashikage mindset on the brainwashed members of Ninja Force.