Re: Just a little nitpicking... (Origin of Dark Kat)

From: Kay Chang <>
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 1996 21:55:36 -0500 (CDT)

>I think that the second season episodes is all experimental episodes, they
want to do the things that they want to do in the first season.

Umm . . . to quote Feral in "Katastrophe": "No comment."

>Of course if you worried about continuity, we could say that episode happen
on an alternate universe. Here's another scenario, the SWAT Kats is so
popular they decided to make a cartoon out of them, and the episode that we
saw was a cartoon based on the SWAT Kats. Sorta like a cartoon in a cartoon

Y'mean like Skardey Kat?

>And about the more advanced Glovatrix in the second season, they only look
more advanced because they were drawn better

Mmmmmmmmm . . . . maybe . . .

>On Fri, 19 Apr 1996, Terra Chang wrote: (Hey! me! <G>)
>>Yeah, I noticed that to. Very annoying. And also, where did those kinda
>>training rooms come from? It's a good episode, granted, but I mean, really,
>>it's very obviously *not* first-season.
>First season and Second season is interchangeable, this is why ask what
happen if the first season story's stories become seacond season episodes
and the second season's stories became first season episodes.

Uh, okay. I'd be lying if I said "I understand that," so I won't say
anything. But please, you don't hafta 'splain. I've got enough of a headache
already. =(

Terra Chang
SWAT Kats lover
Anne Rice fan

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