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What's Love Got to Do with It? 

Daemon learns about the meaning of love.

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AndrAIa (voice)
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Enzo Matrix (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Dot Matrix / System (voice)
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Slash / Turbo / Commentator #1 (voice)
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Glitch-Bob / Infected Guardian / Commentator #2 (voice) (as Ian Corlett)
Colombe Demers ...
Daemon (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Matrix (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Phong / Mike the TV / Cecil (voice)
Danny McKinnon ...
Enzo 00 (voice)
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Hack / Specky / CPU Officer (voice)
Shirley Millner ...
Hexadecimal (voice) (as Shirley Milliner)
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Daecon (voice)
Stevie Vallance ...
Mouse / Dixon Green (voice)
Dale Wilson ...
Welman Matrix (voice)
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Daemon learns about the meaning of love.

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Destroyer of systems
24 October 2016 | by (ukwitchcountry) – See all my reviews

I love the Daemon intro to the show, the way the words and the music go together is so cool. Absolutely fantastic opening sequence that reveals both why Welman Matrix's portal opening device exploded and obliterated the twin city of Lost Angles as well as how Megabyte and Hexadecimal first came to exist in Mainframe. It shows a much younger Bob as a guardian cadet debating with his superior over the deletion of a vicious virus named Killabyte who soon breaks free from his restraints as he suddenly undergoes one hell of an upgrade and brutally slays the female guardian which is pretty graphic even though the injury is only seen as a shadow. He's about to do the same to Bob as he transforms into the mighty Gigabyte but is swept away by a portal that appears in his path, attracted by the super-virus' immense energy, and as the portal machine that Dot's father invented is destroyed because of this, Gigabyte is split into two lesser, though by no means less dangerous viruses: one a wielder of raw power held back only by the limits of her own madness who immediately takes a liking to the surroundings of ruin and fiery destruction, and the other a ruthless calculating corrupter who strides off to create his own domain... But frankly some of the chronological order of these events doesn't add up at all with certain earlier episodes, with the pilot episode and "Gigabyte" particularly sticking out. Here's the thing though, the show is just so naturally entertaining that you simply don't dwell on that kind of s**t, but it is sloppy. I know it was a four year hiatus between the finale of season 3 and the two 'movies' that make up this season, but somebody sure screwed up somewhere.. Bob interrogates a defiant captive Captain Turbo who is under Daemon's control about her true intentions, while Dot enlists the purified Hexadecimal's aid in finding her father's consciousness amidst the hordes of nulls that inhabit Lost Angles, and in attempting to rescue his beloved Andraia, Matrix and Mouse and up becoming Daemon's infected slaves themselves, whit means that the Net-wide super-virus now has the codes to undo the firewalls that have been preventing her forces from invading Mainframe... Annoyingly Bob's main character trait for a little while seems to be that he's weak and drained of energy, which is due to his glitch device still being damaged by Megabyte when he merged with it, which made the transformation incomplete, so the only way for him to survive now is if they separate. I love scenes where the recently converted' Andraia is kind of philosophising with Daemon over the nature of love. Daemon doesn't get it and seems like such a pure naive child in how she speaks and when she's all wowed over Mouse's freaky fiery hair, yet she shows a more cold side when she calmly orders her servant Deacon to speak a code that will delete himself after he fails her. I enjoy all of her moments, she may not be as charismatic or visually impressive as Megabyte or Hexadecimal, but she does pose a larger threat than they ever did, for she will destroy all living things in cyberspace once she has full control, and only Bob holds the key to her triumph because he's the only guardian left uninfected by her, and as it works out he's also the only one that still has his keytool, which is why Daemon needs to invade the system to get him and use his special abilities to gain access to all the parts of the Net that that are still beyond her reach, as guardians are the only ones that can create portals in the network. Good episode, errors aside I like how it answers long-standing mysteries and moves the story into its last part. One more chapter to go...


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