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Clone Rangers
Clonerangers 01
Production Information
Original Airdate November 2, 2000
Ep. Number 028
Prod. Code 032
Producer(s)
  • Tad Stones
  • Mark McCorkle
  • Bob Schooley
Director(s) Steve Loter
Story Editor(s) Kevin Hopps
Story by
Writer(s) Greg Weisman
Studio Hana Animation Co., Ltd.
Series Continuity
Previous The Lightyear Factor
Next Bunzel Fever
Transcript

Clone Rangers is the twenty-eighth episode of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It first aired on November 2, 2000, and is the thirty-second episode in production.

Synopsis

Zurg creates child clones of Buzz, Mira and Booster using their DNA.

Plot

Under construction.

Characters

Quotes

  • Zzub: (First words) And I am Zzub.....Zzub? You took the good guy's name and reversed it, that is so lame!

Trivia

  • Due to the episode being written by Greg Weisman, famous for his series Gargoyles, it is confirmed that several inside jokes made it into the episode. Most notably, Zzub's name being Buzz's name backwards, to reflect how Thailog is almost Goliath's name spelled backwards,[1] as well as the episode's plot resembling the plot of "The Reckoning", a Gargoyles episode in which the main characters were cloned.[2]
  • When Zurg yells at Brain Pod 39 about the distilled evil setting's number to 2, he remarks that it's a "Bambi" setting. This is a reference to the 1942 Disney animated feature, Bambi.

Errors

  • When Zurg tosses Brain Pod 39 aside, the distilled evil setting can be seen set to 2 despite previously being set to 12.

Voice Actors

Production Details

Under construction.

References

  1. Ask Greg: Question #7283
  2. Ask Greg: Question #7285

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