Dr. Quest's surprise visit to his friend Raj Guru in the high Himalayas of Nepal coincides with a storm having driven the yeti from the mountain into the old palace nearby, or so it would seem.
Did You Know?
Animators who couldn't follow in the style of creator Doug Wildey had to be borrowed from sister productions of The Flintstones and Yogi Bear to meet Jonny Quest production deadlines. This is why the yeti sometimes look truly frightening and sometimes look like roly-poly inhabitants of Jellystone Park (Yogi Bear's domain). See more
A yeti-man throws a boulder down a rope bridge at Quest's jeep. If this is a true boulder, the yeti-man will, nonetheless, have to possess outstanding strength in order to lift and toss it. The boulder bounces off the front edge of the jeep's hood (leaving no damage), and, having bounced off (suggesting the boulder is made of rubber and somewhat hollow), it returns upon the yeti-man, either knocking him out or killing him. See more
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon
Doctor, I thought Sir Edmund Hillary proved that yeti, or the abominable snowmen, don't exist.
Dr. Benton C. Quest
Well, that's true, Race, but sometimes native superstitions are just as powerful as scientific proof.