Cobra's latest scheme is to form a band, Cold Slither. Their music is filled with subliminal messages, that draws whomever listens to their concert. Then they can hold them for ransom. ... See full summary »

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Cover Girl (voice) (as Liz Aubrey)
Jackson Beck ...
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Duke / Xamot / Major Bludd (voice)
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Firefly / Rip Cord / Spirit (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ...
Destro / Frankie (voice)
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Tomax / Union Rep (voice)
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Ace / George Lanceburg (voice) (as Patrick Fraley)
Zack Hoffman ...
Zartan (voice)
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Roadblock (voice) (as Kene Holliday)
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Bazooka (voice)
Chris Latta ...
Cobra Commander / Breaker / Ripper / M.P. #1 (voice) (as Christopher Latta)
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Barbecue (voice)
Morgan Lofting ...
Baroness / Teacher (voice)
Mary McDonald-Lewis ...
Lady Jaye (voice) (as Mary McDonald Lewis)
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Buzzer / Stinky / Shipwreck / Thunder / Dusty (voice)
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Cobra's latest scheme is to form a band, Cold Slither. Their music is filled with subliminal messages, that draws whomever listens to their concert. Then they can hold them for ransom. Shipwreck and a few other Joes, listen and get taken as well. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Near the end, the popcorn that flew up as Cobra Commander, Baroness, and Destro fell onto the concession only falls down when Cobra Commander moves as he says "I will avenge this insult!" until he, Baroness, and Destro retreat from the stadium. See more »

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Cobra Commander: [grabbing a union official by the collar after being reminded about overtime rules] The only union they should be concerned with is the one between their heads and their shoulders!
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Cold Slither
Lyrics by Michael Charles Hill
Music by Rob Walsh
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And you thought Rock'n'Roll was a heavy machine gunner
31 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; When a raid by the Joes leaves Cobra on the brink of bankruptcy, Cobra Commander hatches a scheme to create a rock band whose music is infused with subliminal messages.

On its face, this plot is completely ridiculous, but it's all in the execution. Seeing Zartan and the Dreadnoks rocking out in pure 80s fashion is a hoot, and the focus of the episode is more on the comedy than the action. The song "Cold Slither" sings is a real earworm. The one the Joes retaliate with... not so much.


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