Dot loses faith in herself when an attempt to free a community of sprites from Megabyte's sector ends with their personal ID codes in Megabyte's control.

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Bob (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Dot Matrix / System Voice / Viral Binome (voice)
Matthew Sinclair ...
Enzo Matrix (voice)
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Megabyte (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Phong / Cecil / Lieutenant Chauncy / Algernon (voice)
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Hack / Viral Binome (voice) (as Phil Hayes)
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Slash / Cyrus / Herr Doktor (voice) (as Garry Chalk)
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Dot loses faith in herself when an attempt to free a community of sprites from Megabyte's sector ends with their personal ID codes in Megabyte's control.

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The graffiti seen in the hallway include "MB 4 HEX", "Binomes Unite", "Smash the Solid State!" and TicTacToe. See more »

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"In your dreams, Megadump!"
12 January 2016 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

And so the series has its first two-parter, and it's quite the mind- bending one when it gets to the second half. It's all about Dot and how she loses faith in herself after failing to free a sector from Megabyte's control and losing all of the Binome's personal identity codes, which I think kind of work like their souls, thanks to the meddling of an evil traitorous Binome called Sirus. Things than get rather strange and confusing as she begins to experience glimpses of an alternate Mainframe which is explained much better later. It makes me laugh right at the beginning when Bob tells Enzo about the 'urban' legend of the dreaded "Funhouse" game, and as he does so glances side to side like he doesn't want to tempt fate! And the episode draws to a close as the spooky game lands on Bob and Dot. I like that the season ends on a story that focuses on Dot and develops her a little as a character. Very good episode but part two's much better. Later!


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