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Stan Berkowitz

Production company

Hasbro Studios



Original airdate

April 16, 2011

General information

Renegades animated continuity



Preceded by


Followed by

Castle Destro

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.

Detailed summary

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra Others

Featured Vehicles & Equipment

G.I. Joe Cobra Civilian Others
  • Armored assault vehicles
  • Courtney

Memorable quotes

"Roadblock! Six inches of ice will not support five tons of truck!"

--Scarlett knows her winter safety.[1]

"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!

Other notes

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • None known.

Continuity errors

  • 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.

Miscellaneous trivia

  • 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[2] and an incident involving a dam.[3]
  • 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?

Real-world references

  • "Moon" looks and sounds like Tommy Chong.
  • 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


  1. Six inches of ice is enough to support a snowmobile - about 600 pounds.
  2. Homecoming (Part I)
  3. Fire Fight

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