Thought there was a thread about this already - but looking through the past few pages, I see no sign of one. So, here goes a new topic... So, yeah - the topic heading should be obvious enough; the discussion of numerous sequences in any Tcats eps that just made you scratch your head and muter to yourself about what the writers were thinking (and these instances happened in more eps than just 'Circuis Train' and 'Side Swipe' - which were just WTF episodes in their entirety). Such as... Totem of Dera - Fuzzy and I were watching it for research purposes and the scene in question involved Lion-O being concerned over how quiet the Mutants had been as of late and Lynx-O giving them info about the area the Mutants were located in - Baleful Swamp. Two things about this sequence had us just staring dumbly at the screen in disbelief (and we're not referring to Lion-O choosing Wilykit and Snarfer as his companions on this mission). First of all, Lynx-O. Don;t get us wrong, he's an okay character - but a blind thundercat giving Lion-O the equivalent of a sight seeing walkthrough of a swamp he has never been to or could actually see to begin with makes very little sense. (And before anyone brings up the brailboard factor - when was that thing ever capable of picking up poisonous swamp gases? And if it could, shouldn't Lynx-O be suffering any ill effects from said poisonous/deadly gas?) The other thing was Lynx-O mentions wearing the Catsuits (you know - Thundercat parkas) for additional protection against the deadly swamp environment. Okay, three points on this... - Anyone that's worn a heavty artic parka knows what a great job they do in protecting you for deep snow and frigid temperatures. Swamps, however are generally extremely hot and humid. Just the thought of wearing an artic parka into any swamp environment already makes us want to pass out from heat exhaustion. - how on earth do snow parkas protect one from the deadly/poisonous gases of a swamp? Inhaling the noxious gases would be the main concern here - and yet, that is the only part of themselves they do not bother to shield. - If the swamp gases are so very poisonous/deadly - how on earth are the Mutants (no protective wear at all) able to survive wandering about within said deadly gas? Yes, we're fully aware this is an 80's cartoon; so logic didn't play a huge factor in storytelling. This thread is merely meant for fun.