G.I. Joe (1985–1986)
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Second Hand Emotions 

Dr. Mindbender implants a device on a group of Joes, which allows him to affect their emotions using musical tones. Meanwhile, Lifeline tries to reconcile with his father, who hates his son's decision to be a Joe with a passion.

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Episode credited cast:
Jackson Beck ...
Narrator (voice)
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Driver / Lift-Ticket (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ...
Iceberg (voice)
Christopher Collins ...
Cobra Commander / Ripper (voice) (as Christopher Latta)
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Dr. Mindbender (voice)
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Serpentor (voice)
Ed Gilbert ...
Gen. Hawk / Rev. Steen (voice) (as Edmund Gilbert)
Zack Hoffman ...
Zartan (voice)
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Roadblock (voice) (as Kene Holliday)
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Sci-Fi (voice)
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Zarana (voice)
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Buzzer / Shipwreck (voice)
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Scarlett (voice)
Stan Wojno ...
Lifeline (voice) (as Stan Wojno Jr.)
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Dr. Mindbender implants a device on a group of Joes, which allows him to affect their emotions using musical tones. Meanwhile, Lifeline tries to reconcile with his father, who hates his son's decision to be a Joe with a passion.

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31 October 1986 (USA)  »

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The title is referenced by Tina Turner's song, "What's Love Got to Do With It". See more »

Goofs

As Hawk, Scarlett, and Sci-fi are chasing the Dreadnoks on bikes towards the city, the musical waves from the small chips planted on the Joes start to interact. In the close up of Scarlett's neck as the waves are shown, the red color on the patch on the right shoulder of Scarlett's uniform isn't red. See more »

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