A code master from the Net is searching Mainframe for a code master by the name of Tallon. It seems crotchety old Mr.Pearson might have some information to share.

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Bob (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
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A code master from the Net is searching Mainframe for a code master by the name of Tallon. It seems crotchety old Mr.Pearson might have some information to share.

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7 September 1995 (Canada)  »

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Enzo Matrix: [singing] Nanu, nanu, nanu, nanu, nanu, nanu, nanu, nanu - Codemaster!
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"Offline city!"
19 March 2016 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

Okay so what I really love about this one is the one-shot character of Lens, the fearsome net assassin for hire whose on the hunt in Mainframe for one who long ago abandoned his guild of the Codemasters. His unusual spindly yet sleek design is very striking and for me alone makes this stand-alone episode a bit of a stand-out. He's very insectoid, but there's also c;early a little ninja in there and possibly even the Predator! To me he's very memorable because he's like nothing else in the whole series, and it's a shame he and that awesome guild is merely hinted at and appear in this one episode only because it was very cool and it worked. Perhaps they intended to bring him back at some point but we'll never know.. It was out of character for the writers of the show to come up with such an idea and just abandon it. Anyway they at least make the most out of Lens' sole appearance, he looks particularly impressive during the wild west runaway train type game sequence when he hops and Bob swings to race the locomotive to the next station. And I love the ending, it's one of my favourite endings out of all the episodes, where Lens is about to destroy the grouchy old binome Old Man Pearson but Bob and co bar his path, and he's so awed by the honour of how they're all ready to sacrifice themselves that he stands down and gives up his quarry, leaving with a bow as the episode quickly draws to a close. Most of them are to me, but this is another great episode, I like how they make hints at bigger stuff to come later and some not to, like how they speak of the wild web, and when Megabyte speaks of an unknown history between his kind and Codemasters. Darn why couldn't they get back to it! Ah well, much like the series itself as a whole as it eventually turns out, at least we got all that we did. Farewell my worthy foes!


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