Re-listening the the theme song, it seems to actually be "Come see the laser rays fire away!", but the singer kinda blurs together the last few words.
When Matt Tracker's car "Thunderhawk" goes into flight mode, the doors open upwards to become wings. Wouldn't it be extra windy in flight? Isn't it dangerous to have a vehicle designed for air combat have no armor on the sides (open doors) protecting the passengers?
"Assault on Liberty" has some of the biggest headscratchers. How on earth does no one hear the Statue being lowered beneath the island during the magic trick when it makes a lot of noise when coming up later?
Honest question - How do magicians make things 'disappear' during large versions of the trick in real life? Answer me that, and you have your answer.
Wouldn't it just transform back into a battlestation?
I suspect this is partially the fact that, if Venom attacked it when it was in its service station form, they'd be seemingly attacking a defenceless gas station. Notably, Boulder Hill very rarely appears in the latter episodes, where both groups don't even try to hide who they are from each other.
If Dusty Hayes was an expert stunt driver, why did he work at at pizza place instead of as a stunt driver?
Dusty was always shown making the pizzas, not delivering them, so he wouldn't get any tips.
He probably was a stunt driver until he joined MASK with his job at the pizza being his secret cover.
I always thought he owns the pizza place [which would explain how he can just go without asking permission) so probably he save enough money from his stunt days and now has his own restaurant.