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The Joes enlist the help of sea captain Shipwreck to help them transport a bio-viper canister, abducted from a Cobra lab, to Abernathy in Washington; unfortunately the trip is anything but smooth sailing.
- Synopsis not yet written.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
Featured Vehicles & Equipment
"Roadblock! Six inches of ice will not support five tons of truck!"
- --Scarlett knows her winter safety.
"I've sailed every corner of the globe, crossed the date line so many times I'm two years younger than when I started, but I have never seen a more motley collection of flotsam in my life!"
- --Oh Shipwreck, you sweet-talker, you!
Animation and/or technical glitches
- None known.
- Can the winch on a fishing vessel really haul up a five-ton truck? For that matter, would the net be able to support so much weight?
- After collecting all the fire extinguishers two are seen in the halls.
- First appearance: Shipwreck, Moon, Courtney Krieger, Techno-Viper, U.S.S. Flagg.
- The guards at the beginning were stationed there as punishment for allowing gate crashers into the Cobra Christmas party and an incident involving a dam.
- Why would Roadblock put 12 coats of perma-clear enamel on the Coyote, when it has a chameleon mode?
- Wow, the Coyote sure has a lot of armaments, doesn't it?
- "Moon" looks and sounds like Tommy Chong.
- Also, his name may be a joke on the magical girl.
- Tunnel Rat calls Shipwreck "Barnacle Bill."
- The plot of this episode, with an electrical entity taking over equipment on a ship, is similar to the film (based on a comic) Virus.
- Scarlet refers to the Techno-Viper as a gremlin.
G.I. Joe references
- Shipwreck was first romantically linked with Cover Girl in the Devil's Due Publishing comics.