On Thu, 27 Apr 1995, Dana Uehara wrote:
> Felix Lee writes:
> > so if Feral knows or suspects who the Kats are, then how about Callie?
> _Toon Magazine_ (Fall '94) reports that Callie doesn't know the SWAT
> Kats' secret identities, but I wouldn't bet on it. If you especially
> consider the episode "Night of the Dark Kat," when the pair use Callie's
> car (and Callie!) for a quick getaway, the dialogue goes something like:
> T-Bone: "This car's pretty fast, for a street machine."
> Callie: "Yeah, I have a couple of good mechanics who keep it tuned up
> for me..."
> T-Bone: "Too bad you can't keep the Turbokat running *this* smooth,
> Interpret that any way you want; I'd say that from the above, Callie has
> just as good an idea, if not better, than Feral as to who the SWAT Kats
> really are.
I caught this ep scrambled, but I didn't think Callie "got it" right
then. There's a scene in the "Giant Bacteria" where Callie starts
talking about the fantastic job the 'KAT guys did, standing directly in
front of Chance. Not sure you could have this scene just as written, if
Callie secretly knew who they were. Hmm. I'll have to keep watching.
> One thing's for sure: if Callie and Feral know who the SWAT Kats are,
> they make sure they don't slip up (i.e., calling the SWAT Kats by their
> real names, i.e., Chance and Jake) and let on that they know. (Actually,
> this would make an interesting 'what if' story, don't ya think? ;-)
There have been a couple of screwups with the Razor/Jake,
T-Bone/Chance thing. The first is in "Wrath of DarkKat", where the guys
are in the Hangar working on the TurboKat dressed in the flight-suits,
and Razor addresses T-Bone as "Chance". There's no one else present, but
he doesn't usually do this, probably because he doesn't want to get into
any bad habits. In the "Giant Cicada" (don't have the correct title in
front of me), he calls T-Bone "Chance" again, and I think he had someone
watching that time - but it was scrambled so I couldn't make it out.
Andy (...this is one of the more prolific newsgroups now, and it isn't one!)
Received on Thu Apr 27 1995 - 10:35:12 PDT
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