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Worlds Without End, Part 2

39th of 55 episodes in Sunbow season 1. Written by Martin Pasko. First aired November 5, 1985.









Previous episode: Worlds Without End, Part 1
Next episode: Cobra CLAWs Are Coming to Town

Flint, Airtight, and Barbecue escape the Dreadnoks. Back at Joe HQ, Steeler is delirious from fever and runs off. Grunt pursues, and they encounter the corpses of their alternate selves (and that of Clutch) before being taken in by the Baroness. Destro captures Lady Jaye, Clutch, and Footloose in a laser net. While Flint's team continues to cause trouble for Cobra, Cobra Commander procures and interrogates Lady Jaye's group and refuses to believe their story that they are from an alternate world.

Grunt and Steeler learn that the Baroness is a double agent who was involved with her world's Steeler. Flint's team is captured in Destro's net; Destro's failure to report the capture angers Cobra Commander, and Lady Jaye's team escapes while he is distracted. The Baroness presents Steeler and Grunt to Destro as prisoners, and they inflame Destro and Cobra Commander's suspicion of each other. On their way to freedom, they and Flint's group reunited with Lady Jaye's team as Cobras gather for a civil war. Finding a portal back to their own world, the Joes return home, except for Clutch, Grunt, and Steeler, who remain behind to take their counterparts' place in the struggle against Cobra.


Appearing Cast and Equipment

Featured Characters
Steeler293 seconds19 linesdelirious, finding dead Joes; taken in by Baroness; remaining in alt universe
Grunt217 seconds24 linesdriving AWE Striker to follow Steeler; taken in by Baroness; remaining in alt universe
Lady Jaye214 seconds17 linesflying Sky Hawk; captured by Cobra Cmdr; escaping; returning home
Flint213 seconds15 linesescaping Dreadnoks; captured by Destro; returning home
Baroness175 seconds16 linesalt version taking in Grunt and Steeler; engineering civil war as a double agent
Clutch167 seconds9 linesflying Sky Hawk; captured by Cobra Cmdr; escaping; remaining in alt universe
Barbecue153 seconds9 linesescaping Dreadnoks; captured by Destro; returning home
Airtight152 seconds4 linesescaping Dreadnoks; captured by Destro; returning home
Footloose146 seconds7 linesflying Sky Hawk; captured by Cobra Cmdr; escaping; returning home
Cobra Commander139 seconds17 linesalt version torturing Joes for information; in rivalry with Destro
Destro62 seconds11 linesalt version capturing Joes; in rivalry with Cobra Cmdr
Buzzer38 seconds3 linesalt version pursuing Joes in DC; rebuked by Zartan
Ripper31 seconds1 linealt version pursuing Joes in DC; rebuked by Zartan
Torch28 seconds2 linesalt version pursuing Joes in DC; rebuked by Zartan
Zartan22 seconds2 linesberating Dreadnoks; driving a motorbike to pursue Joes
Doc20 seconds2 linessearching for missing Joes
Duke15 seconds2 linessearching for missing Joes
 
Background Characters
Stalker1 second (silent)searching for missing Joes (21:08)
 
Troops Appearing
Cobra124 seconds7 linesalt versions serving Cobra Cmdr, Destro, and Baroness; operating various vehicles
Cobra Officer19 seconds1 linealt version reporting to Cobra Cmdr; serving Destro
AVAC16 seconds4 linesflying Rattlers against Joes; reporting to Destro
 
Vehicles Appearing
Sky Hawk87 seconds attacked by Rattlers
FANG80 seconds used by Cobra to pursue Flint's team; commandeered by Flint
Rattler42 seconds used to attack Joes over Washington
HISS38 seconds used by Baroness's agents; lined up for Cobra Cmdr/Destro battle
AWE Striker30 seconds used by Grunt to follow Steeler
CLAW6 seconds used by Cobra to monitor Grunt and Steeler
Killer WHALE4 seconds seen during search for missing Joes
 
Non-Toy Characters: Leila
Non-Toy Equipment: blue Cobra three-wheeler

Misc. Notes

  • On the DVDs from Shout! Factory, this episode is included in the Season 1.3 set (Disc 9, Episode 4)
  • Clutch, Grunt, and Steeler do not appear again in the Sunbow TV series proper, but all make brief appearances in G.I. Joe: The Movie.