Re: Dead SwatKats. (Boy! what a future t

From: B-ko Daitokuji <>
Date: Sun, 7 Jan 1996 17:48:35 -0800

At 09:44 PM 1/7/96 +0800, you wrote:
>On Sat, 6 Jan 1996, MISS DJ S CLAWSON wrote:
>Disclaimer: Haven't watched the ep, so everything written here is
>strictly based on what I've read ...
>> A VERY large plot hole that could be argued as right or wrong.
>> We exist in every possible timeline (IMHO) and every timeline
>> has the possibility of happening to us in each demension.
>> In the plot of Bright and Shiny, the SWAT Kats are sent forward,
>> skipping several years and going straight into a world run by Mack
>> and Molly. Therefore, they never existed in the past they skipped,
>> when Mack and Molly attempted to take over and succeeded. The
>> plothole is the Turobkat didn't exist in that past, because at that
>> time the SWAT Kats were all ready zapped into the future. Therefore,
>> they never crashed. When they returned to the past, they WERE
>> there to defeat Mac and Molly, therefore there was no takeover.
>> Kind of complicated, but makes the point.
>> Dr. Jake
>Does it?
>Several problems I've found with this idea:
>1) You mentioned the idea of multiple timelines in your opening, but you
>seem to contradict that for the rest of your idea: if we indeed exist in
>every timeline, then the implication is that it would be possible to
>travel between timelines without adversely affecting the course the the
>destination timeline.
>2) If the absence of the SWATKats in a particular point in time does indeed
>change the future after that point, then it is equally plausible that the
>Pastmaster would have never appeared in the future ruled by the Metallikats
>since most of his little time jaunts are usually a direct result of a
>defeat at the hands of the SWATKats, a defeat which might not have happened
>since the SWATKats skipped a period of their future ... This little
>theory lends itself to too many abuses which makes time travel a nigh
>impossible affair without ripping apart the whole timespace continuum
>3) You assume that the temporal absence of the SWATKats is the reason for
>the success of the Metallikats which doesn't seem to be the case from the
>articles I've read on the ep.
>Simon Leet <> :)
>- *sigh* now everything I did wrong in '95 can return
> to haunt me. Hurrah.
Can you say that in English, please? Sorry, but my volcabulary is somewhat
limited when it comes to people who must have at least two words over four
syllables in their abstract sentances!

B-ko Datiokuji
SWAT Kat Extremist

Received on Sun Jan 07 1996 - 21:22:45 PST

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