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*** On top of that, Metal Sonic defeated Shadow. Knowing the sheer pain the latter put Team Sonic in, this is nothing short of awesome.


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** In "Chez Amy", Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it scot-free.]]

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** In "Chez Amy", Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it scot-free.]]


*** And then Sonic manages to beat it... by [[GoingToGiveItMoreEnergy running circles around it nonstop, [[ExplosiveOverclocking causing it to overload]].

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*** And then Sonic manages to beat it... by [[GoingToGiveItMoreEnergy running circles around it nonstop, nonstop]], [[ExplosiveOverclocking causing it to overload]].



As is typical for most Sonic media, the Sonic Boom subfranchise (including the more comedy-focused cartoon) has its share of awe-inducing moments that are likely to make you want to stand up and cheer.

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** In "Sole Power", Sonic seemingly develops a condition that causes a painfully loud noise to occur whenever he uses his super speed. As a result, [[TheLoad he is unable to help his team during a robot attack]]. Much to his dismay, his friends easily destroy Eggman's robots without him. Eggman then arrives, claiming that Orbot and Cubot accidentally triggered the attack. Since the attack went just fine without his guidance, [[NotSoDifferent he claims that he feels unneeded as a result]]. When Sonic confides in Eggman and asks for his assistance, he then develops a set of shoes that seemingly cure Sonic of his condition. [[spoiler:Turns out, there was nothing wrong with Sonic. Eggman actually created a device that would play the deafening tone every time Sonic runs. The shoes he made for Sonic serve as a external power source and generator for Eggman's giant robot, converting his super speed into power for the robot's battery, force field, and weaponry. Additionally, Eggman knew that Sonic would celebrate his "cure" by using his speed more often, that Sonic [[HatesBeingAlone hates being left out of a fight between Eggman and his friends]], and that Sonic has a habit of [[LeeroyJenkins senselessly charging headfirst into danger]] -- all of these factors gave the robot more than enough power to deal with all of our heroes at once. To top it off; as a nice subtle ShoutOut to ''[[VideoGame/SonicLabyrinth Sonic Labyrinth]]'''s Slow-Down Boots, ''Sonic can't remove the shoes''.]]
*** And then Sonic manages to beat it... by [[spoiler: [[GoingToGiveItMoreEnergy running circles around it nonstop]], [[ExplosiveOverclocking causing it to overload]].]]

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** In "Sole Power", Sonic seemingly develops a condition that causes a painfully loud noise to occur whenever he uses his super speed. As a result, [[TheLoad he is unable to help his team during a robot attack]]. Much to his dismay, his friends easily destroy Eggman's robots without him. Eggman then arrives, claiming that Orbot and Cubot accidentally triggered the attack. Since the attack went just fine without his guidance, [[NotSoDifferent he claims that he feels unneeded as a result]]. When Sonic confides in Eggman and asks for his assistance, he then develops a set of shoes that seemingly cure Sonic of his condition. [[spoiler:Turns Turns out, there was nothing wrong with Sonic. Eggman actually created a device that would play the deafening tone every time Sonic runs. The shoes he made for Sonic serve as a external power source and generator for Eggman's giant robot, converting his super speed into power for the robot's battery, force field, and weaponry. Additionally, Eggman knew that Sonic would celebrate his "cure" by using his speed more often, that Sonic [[HatesBeingAlone hates being left out of a fight between Eggman and his friends]], and that Sonic has a habit of [[LeeroyJenkins senselessly charging headfirst into danger]] -- all of these factors gave the robot more than enough power to deal with all of our heroes at once. To top it off; as a nice subtle ShoutOut to ''[[VideoGame/SonicLabyrinth Sonic Labyrinth]]'''s Slow-Down Boots, ''Sonic can't remove the shoes''.]]
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*** And then Sonic manages to beat it... by [[spoiler: [[GoingToGiveItMoreEnergy running circles around it nonstop]], nonstop, [[ExplosiveOverclocking causing it to overload]].]]



** In "Chez Amy", Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by [[spoiler:destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it scot-free.]]

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** In "Chez Amy", Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by [[spoiler:destroying destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it scot-free.]]



* In "It Wasn't Me, It Was the One-Armed Hedgehog", after being accused by Eggman of stealing his particle accelerator, Sonic must clear his good name by finding the real thief. Joined by Knuckles, he tracks down the culprit to a house in the jungle and is confronted by none other than [[spoiler: Metal Sonic. Knuckles attempts to take the robotic double down with a barrage of punches, but Metal [[NoSell stands his ground without even flinching]] and proceeds to unload a point-blank energy blast from the [[ChestBlaster hole in his chest]] to knock the echidna into a nearby tree, [[OneHitKill rendering him unconscious]]. That's right-- Metal managed to withstand the blows of and [[TheWorfEffect knock out]] ''[[TheBigGuy the strongest member of the team]]'' [[CurbStompBattle with barely any effort!]]]]
** Enraged by this, Sonic attempts to [[spoiler: make his nuts-and-bolts copy pay, even repeatedly Homing Attacking him for a brief period before Metal pulls out the particle accelerator to power himself up, confirming he's the thief. Realizing he's outmatched, Sonic runs off with Metal giving chase and periodically firing lasers at him. The two zip across the entire island before Sonic finally stops near his shack, seemingly exhausted. Metal floats nearby, ready to end the fight... until the one and only Sonic reveals he was faking it. He then runs toward and tosses a horseshoe at his mechanical foe, its presence causing the particle accelerator to malfunction and let out a discharge of energy that sends Metal ''flying across the island''.]]
-->'''Sonic''': I guess when you get tired, you can just [[spoiler: recharge]].
-->[[spoiler: '''Metal Sonic''']]: (''charges up, ready to attack'')
-->'''Sonic''': That's the difference between you and me, [[spoiler: Metal]] -- I. Don't. ''Get. '''Tired.'''''
** Also an awesome meta moment because [[spoiler:not counting Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie, this is the first appearance of Metal Sonic on animated television, and he does ''exactly'' the kind of thing you'd expect in a show like this: act as a doppelganger to our blue hero and try and set him up as a bad guy. The closest thing we got to that beforehand was [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Pseudo Sonic]], and in that case the threat was quickly taken care of and used against Robotnik; here he's not even revealed until the end of the episode, and he actually puts up a good fight to boot. Seriously, it took 23 years of animation ''just'' to get this kind of scenario?]]

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* In "It Wasn't Me, It Was the One-Armed Hedgehog", after being accused by Eggman of stealing his particle accelerator, Sonic must clear his good name by finding the real thief. Joined by Knuckles, he tracks down the culprit to a house in the jungle and is confronted by none other than [[spoiler: Metal Sonic. Knuckles attempts to take the robotic double down with a barrage of punches, but Metal [[NoSell stands his ground without even flinching]] and proceeds to unload a point-blank energy blast from the [[ChestBlaster hole in his chest]] to knock the echidna into a nearby tree, [[OneHitKill rendering him unconscious]]. That's right-- Metal managed to withstand the blows of and [[TheWorfEffect knock out]] ''[[TheBigGuy the strongest member of the team]]'' [[CurbStompBattle with barely any effort!]]]]
effort!]]
** Enraged by this, Sonic attempts to [[spoiler: to make his nuts-and-bolts copy pay, even repeatedly Homing Attacking him for a brief period before Metal pulls out the particle accelerator to power himself up, confirming he's the thief. Realizing he's outmatched, Sonic runs off with Metal giving chase and periodically firing lasers at him. The two zip across the entire island before Sonic finally stops near his shack, seemingly exhausted. Metal floats nearby, ready to end the fight... until the one and only Sonic reveals he was faking it. He then runs toward and tosses a horseshoe at his mechanical foe, its presence causing the particle accelerator to malfunction and let out a discharge of energy that sends Metal ''flying across the island''.]]
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-->'''Sonic''': I guess when you get tired, you can just [[spoiler: recharge]].
-->[[spoiler: '''Metal Sonic''']]:
recharge.
-->'''Metal Sonic''':
(''charges up, ready to attack'')
-->'''Sonic''': That's the difference between you and me, [[spoiler: Metal]] Metal -- I. Don't. ''Get. '''Tired.'''''
** Also an awesome meta moment because [[spoiler:not not counting Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie, this is the first appearance of Metal Sonic on animated television, and he does ''exactly'' the kind of thing you'd expect in a show like this: act as a doppelganger to our blue hero and try and set him up as a bad guy. The closest thing we got to that beforehand was [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog Pseudo Sonic]], and in that case the threat was quickly taken care of and used against Robotnik; here he's not even revealed until the end of the episode, and he actually puts up a good fight to boot. Seriously, it took 23 years of animation ''just'' to get this kind of scenario?]]scenario?



** For Eggman: After convincing Sonic and Co. to take him on one at a time, [[spoiler:he outwits them one by one through the use of flattery, compliments, and exploit of their own weaknesses so he can swipe the objects they have (or created for him unintentionally in Knuckles' case) and put them in a Rube Goldberg-esque machine, which he uses to easily capture Sonic after waiting until the hedgehog lets down his guard. It just goes to show that Eggman still has the IQ points to be dangerously clever.]]
** For the good guys: [[spoiler:Amy, Knuckles, Sticks, and Tails showing off impressive teamwork, each countering Eggman's attacks with their stolen gear, getting it back, and ultimately busting out Sonic to finish the fight-- all while tagging each other in and out when they needed to to uphold their 1v1 arrangement that they made with Eggman.]]

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** For Eggman: After convincing Sonic and Co. to take him on one at a time, [[spoiler:he he outwits them one by one through the use of flattery, compliments, and exploit of their own weaknesses so he can swipe the objects they have (or created for him unintentionally in Knuckles' case) and put them in a Rube Goldberg-esque machine, which he uses to easily capture Sonic after waiting until the hedgehog lets down his guard. It just goes to show that Eggman still has the IQ points to be dangerously clever.]]
clever.
** For the good guys: [[spoiler:Amy, Amy, Knuckles, Sticks, and Tails showing off impressive teamwork, each countering Eggman's attacks with their stolen gear, getting it back, and ultimately busting out Sonic to finish the fight-- all while tagging each other in and out when they needed to to uphold their 1v1 arrangement that they made with Eggman.]]



* In the Season One finale "It Takes A Village To Defeat A Hedgehog", Sonic and co., despite being stretched thin, manage to take out a NotSoHarmless ambush by Eggman, who was working with a team of evildoers that the gang has fought before and [[spoiler: Shadow the Hedgehog.]]
** [[spoiler: Shadow]] plain and simple stole the show, serving as an equal match for Sonic in their duel. [[spoiler:Eventually, he even came close to defeating his rival and, had it not been for an Eggman selfie, certainly would have finished the job]].
** [[RuleOfThree One more for the Season One finale:]] Dr. Eggman gathers every other antagonist from the show so far, and [[LegionOfDoom they form an alliance to destroy Team Sonic once and for all.]] What makes this awesome, you ask? Not only did they have [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder NONE of the issues that usually plague villains in this situation]], they take it in the exact opposite direction, [[CurbStompBattle using absolutely AMAZING teamwork to give the heroes a run for their money]]! [[spoiler:Had it not been for [[SpannerInTheWorks Shadow's intervention]], [[TheBadGuyWins they would have won too!]] And the best part? By the end, the team's still together, and they've shown no signs of slowing down.]]

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* In the Season One finale "It Takes A Village To Defeat A Hedgehog", Sonic and co., despite being stretched thin, manage to take out a NotSoHarmless ambush by Eggman, who was working with a team of evildoers that the gang has fought before and [[spoiler: Shadow the Hedgehog.]]
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** [[spoiler: Shadow]] Shadow plain and simple stole the show, serving as an equal match for Sonic in their duel. [[spoiler:Eventually, Eventually, he even came close to defeating his rival and, had it not been for an Eggman selfie, certainly would have finished the job]].
job.
** [[RuleOfThree One more for the Season One finale:]] Dr. Eggman gathers every other antagonist from the show so far, and [[LegionOfDoom they form an alliance to destroy Team Sonic once and for all.]] What makes this awesome, you ask? Not only did they have [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder NONE of the issues that usually plague villains in this situation]], they take it in the exact opposite direction, [[CurbStompBattle using absolutely AMAZING teamwork to give the heroes a run for their money]]! [[spoiler:Had Had it not been for [[SpannerInTheWorks Shadow's intervention]], [[TheBadGuyWins they would have won too!]] And the best part? By the end, the team's still together, and they've shown no signs of slowing down.]]



* In "Robots from the Sky" Part Three, Knuckles, Amy, Sticks and Og are dealing with the robot army attacking Hedgehog Village while Sonic and Tails are in Morristown finding the source of the malware infecting them. However, even these experienced heroes end up grossly outmatched and outnumbered, and for once, they need some serious assistance. So, with the help of a rallying speech from Knuckles, the previously fleeing villagers stand up and join the three in ''fighting back'', easily holding out long enough for [[spoiler: Sonic and Tails to defeat Hypno-bot, thus freeing all robots from his influence]]. Most of them may be background characters, but this scene shows the villagers can still put up a fight and defend their home (with the right motivation, at least).
* Partway through "Robots from the Sky" Part Four, things aren't looking good for Team Sonic. Eggman has teamed up with [[spoiler:Hypno-bot, Mighton and some Morristown citizens have been hypnotized in order to add to their already large army, and Team Sonic and Bolts are highly outnumbered, forcing them to retreat to the lead-lined bunker where Hypno-bot's hypnotizing signal doesn't work. What are our heroes to do? Well, Bolts and Tails use Team Sonic DNA to create Team ''Cybonic'', robot lookalikes of Team Sonic complete with organic brains to prevent them from being hypnotized, and together, each member of Team Sonic and their cyborg counterpart ''decimate'' the enemy forces (aside from robots the team is friendly with, of course). It is an absolutely glorious sight.]]
** At the end of the battle, [[spoiler:Sonic is punched by the hypnotized Mighton's rocket fist, exacerbating his leg injury from the previous episode and leaving him vulnerable; Hypno-bot commands Mighton to finish him with another rocket punch. Horrified by the thought of losing his best friend, Tails quickly gets over his hesitation to harm Hypno-bot on account of being his creation and, as the others assist him by destroying the robots attempting to stop him and disabling Hypno-bot's gun, flies over with all his might to bash the robot's hypno-ray off with his wrench, putting him out of commission just before the rocket punch can connect with Sonic and finally ending the crisis for good. Way to go, Tails!]]

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* In "Robots from the Sky" Part Three, Knuckles, Amy, Sticks and Og are dealing with the robot army attacking Hedgehog Village while Sonic and Tails are in Morristown finding the source of the malware infecting them. However, even these experienced heroes end up grossly outmatched and outnumbered, and for once, they need some serious assistance. So, with the help of a rallying speech from Knuckles, the previously fleeing villagers stand up and join the three in ''fighting back'', easily holding out long enough for [[spoiler: Sonic and Tails to defeat Hypno-bot, thus freeing all robots from his influence]].influence. Most of them may be background characters, but this scene shows the villagers can still put up a fight and defend their home (with the right motivation, at least).
* Partway through "Robots from the Sky" Part Four, things aren't looking good for Team Sonic. Eggman has teamed up with [[spoiler:Hypno-bot, Hypno-bot, Mighton and some Morristown citizens have been hypnotized in order to add to their already large army, and Team Sonic and Bolts are highly outnumbered, forcing them to retreat to the lead-lined bunker where Hypno-bot's hypnotizing signal doesn't work. What are our heroes to do? Well, Bolts and Tails use Team Sonic DNA to create Team ''Cybonic'', robot lookalikes of Team Sonic complete with organic brains to prevent them from being hypnotized, and together, each member of Team Sonic and their cyborg counterpart ''decimate'' the enemy forces (aside from robots the team is friendly with, of course). It is an absolutely glorious sight.]]
''glorious'' sight.
** At the end of the battle, [[spoiler:Sonic Sonic is punched by the hypnotized Mighton's rocket fist, exacerbating his leg injury from the previous episode and leaving him vulnerable; Hypno-bot commands Mighton to finish him with another rocket punch. Horrified by the thought of losing his best friend, Tails quickly gets over his hesitation to harm Hypno-bot on account of being his creation and, as the others assist him by destroying the robots attempting to stop him and disabling Hypno-bot's gun, flies over with all his might to bash the robot's hypno-ray off with his wrench, putting him out of commission just before the rocket punch can connect with Sonic and finally ending the crisis for good. Way to go, Tails!]]Tails!



* Near the end of "Eggman: The Video Game Part 1", Shadow's out for revenge because of a poorly-edited video of Sonic "trash-talking" him that Eggman showed him (and also edited and recorded), but he's not just taking on the Blue Blur; no, he's fighting the ''entirety'' of Team Sonic. How does this experienced group of heroes take him down? [[spoiler:Trick question. ''They don't''. In what is perhaps one of the most brutal beatings Team Sonic has suffered over the course of the entire series, Shadow ''utterly '''[[CurbStompBattle demolishes]]''' Sonic's friends'' and shoulder-charges Sonic himself into a wall as soon as he appears on the scene, then prepares to finish him off as the episode ends on a cliffhanger; when Sonic arrives, his friends are shown struggling to get back to their feet after the beatdown with such a level of pain outlined on their faces that you know it definitely ''wasn't'' a fun experience for them, and the entire gang is ''still'' bruised and sore all over from the whole thing by the middle of Part 2. Shadow, as always, is a force to be reckoned with]].

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* Near the end of "Eggman: The Video Game Part 1", Shadow's out for revenge because of a poorly-edited video of Sonic "trash-talking" him that Eggman showed him (and also edited and recorded), but he's not just taking on the Blue Blur; no, he's fighting the ''entirety'' of Team Sonic. How does this experienced group of heroes take him down? [[spoiler:Trick Trick question. ''They don't''. In what is perhaps one of the most brutal beatings Team Sonic has suffered over the course of the entire series, Shadow ''utterly '''[[CurbStompBattle demolishes]]''' Sonic's friends'' and shoulder-charges Sonic himself into a wall as soon as he appears on the scene, then prepares to finish him off as the episode ends on a cliffhanger; when Sonic arrives, his friends are shown struggling to get back to their feet after the beatdown with such a level of pain outlined on their faces that you know it definitely ''wasn't'' a fun experience for them, and the entire gang is ''still'' bruised and sore all over from the whole thing by the middle of Part 2. Shadow, as always, is a force to be reckoned with]].with.



** [[spoiler:Metal Sonic]] returns, and he's just as dangerous as ever, [[spoiler:thanks to the data of Team Sonic and Shadow Eggman uploaded into him]]. Sonic and Shadow can barely stop him, and when he crosses over into the main dimension with them in tow, it takes 4/5ths of Team Sonic (minus a knocked-down Amy) to take him down, with the guys holding onto his limbs with their Enerbeams, allowing Sticks to deliver the coup de grace by jamming her bo staff [[spoiler:directly into his chest cavity just before he can land a shot on Amy]].
** Once again, you have to give Eggman props for his borderline XanatosSpeedChess antics this episode. [[spoiler: After Shadow realizes he's been fooled and comes gunning for Eggman, he hops over to Lord Eggman's dimension and tells him where Sonic is, causing him to jump over to the main dimension and distract Shadow while the real Eggman stays behind. And when ''that'' gets cleared up, he already has Metal Sonic on hand to defend against both Sonic and Shadow. It may have ended with him being captured by Shadow, but Eggman managed pretty well while he could.]]

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** [[spoiler:Metal Sonic]] Metal Sonic returns, and he's just as dangerous as ever, [[spoiler:thanks thanks to the data of Team Sonic and Shadow Eggman uploaded into him]]. him. Sonic and Shadow can barely stop him, and when he crosses over into the main dimension with them in tow, it takes 4/5ths of Team Sonic (minus a knocked-down Amy) to take him down, with the guys holding onto his limbs with their Enerbeams, allowing Sticks to deliver the coup de grace by jamming her bo staff [[spoiler:directly directly into his chest cavity just before he can land a shot on Amy]].
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** Once again, you have to give Eggman props for his borderline XanatosSpeedChess antics this episode. [[spoiler: After Shadow realizes he's been fooled and comes gunning for Eggman, he hops over to Lord Eggman's dimension and tells him where Sonic is, causing him to jump over to the main dimension and distract Shadow while the real Eggman stays behind. And when ''that'' gets cleared up, he already has Metal Sonic on hand to defend against both Sonic and Shadow. It may have ended with him being captured by Shadow, but Eggman managed pretty well while he could.]]
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** Lyric himself shows resourcefulness by using his shackles and Enerbeam binding array against the group - first by using the shackles to block Sonic's spin attacks, then the binding array to ensnare the four of them. [[spoiler:What really makes it awesome is that Lyric only saw Sonic spin attack him twice before, which invokes AwesomenessByAnalysis.]]

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** Lyric himself shows resourcefulness by using his shackles and Enerbeam binding array against the group - first by using the shackles to block Sonic's spin attacks, then the binding array to ensnare the four of them. [[spoiler:What What really makes it awesome is that Lyric only saw Sonic spin attack him twice before, which invokes AwesomenessByAnalysis.]]



* At the end of ''Rise of Lyric'', Lyric uses the teams' Enerbeams to capture the group. They struggle, hovering in the air, as he moves to finish them off. Who comes to the rescue? [[spoiler:Eggman. He shoots Lyric from behind and breaks his control over the Enerbeams]].

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* At the end of ''Rise of Lyric'', Lyric uses the teams' Enerbeams to capture the group. They struggle, hovering in the air, as he moves to finish them off. Who comes to the rescue? [[spoiler:Eggman. Eggman. He shoots Lyric from behind and breaks his control over the Enerbeams]].Enerbeams.



* At the end of ''Shattered Crystal'', [[spoiler:Shadow shows up and makes short work of Lyric's "ultimate" machine before kicking him away, with Sonic opening the drop chute for Lyric to fall through]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shadow''': [[PreMortemOneLiner I said I'd find you.]] ''[[DisneyVillainDeath *throws him out the airlock*]]'']]

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* At the end of ''Shattered Crystal'', [[spoiler:Shadow Shadow shows up and makes short work of Lyric's "ultimate" machine before kicking him away, with Sonic opening the drop chute for Lyric to fall through]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Shadow''':
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-->'''Shadow''':
[[PreMortemOneLiner I said I'd find you.]] ''[[DisneyVillainDeath *throws ''([[DisneyVillainDeath throws him out the airlock*]]'']]airlock]])''


* The giant robot from "Translate This" was strong enough to deal with Sonic and his friends on its own. Not even Knuckles' fists or Amy's Piko Piko Hammer could harm it. However, the way it was defeated deserves a special mention. When the robot launched photon bombs at them, Sticks lobbed one of them into the air and Knuckles spiked the bomb into the robot's eye. He drops into a {{Three Point Landing}} [[http://sonic-nyoom.tumblr.com/post/112029062180/i-love-how-pleased-knuckles-looks-x3-sonic-boom with a triumphant grin on his face]] just before the bomb explodes.

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* The giant robot from "Translate This" was strong enough to deal with Sonic and his friends on its own. Not even Knuckles' fists or Amy's Piko Piko Hammer could harm it. However, the way it was defeated deserves a special mention. When the robot launched photon bombs at them, Sticks lobbed one of them into the air and Knuckles spiked the bomb into the robot's eye. He drops into a {{Three Point Landing}} [[http://sonic-nyoom.tumblr.com/post/112029062180/i-love-how-pleased-knuckles-looks-x3-sonic-boom with a triumphant grin on his face]] face just before the bomb explodes.


** Special mention goes to Creator/CindyRobinson here; her singing voice as Justin Beaver falls under MostWonderfulSound, even if you don't like Bieber's music.

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** Special mention goes to Creator/CindyRobinson here; her singing voice as Justin Beaver falls under MostWonderfulSound, SugarWiki/MostWonderfulSound, even if you don't like Bieber's music.


-->'''Shadow''': ''[[PreasskickingOneLiner Fox-hunting]]''.

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-->'''Shadow''': ''[[PreasskickingOneLiner Fox-hunting]]''.(''pulls a PsychoticSmirk'') '''''[[PreasskickingOneLiner Fox-hunting]]'''''.


* Burn-Bot may have a misnomer of a name, but it's a force to be reckoned with--in Sonic and Tails' first fight with it, it defeats Tails and crashes the Tornado, and is able to keep up with Sonic. And then Eggman upgrades him with twin hip-mounted flamethrowers, so he actually ''can'' burn things.
* The giant robot from "Translate This" was strong enough to deal with Sonic and his friends on it's own. Not even Knuckles' fists or Amy's Piko Piko Hammer could harm it. However, the way it was defeated deserves a special mention. When the robot launched photon bombs at them, Sticks lobbed one of them into the air and Knuckles spiked the bomb into the robot's eye. He drops into a {{Three Point Landing}} [[http://sonic-nyoom.tumblr.com/post/112029062180/i-love-how-pleased-knuckles-looks-x3-sonic-boom with a triumphant grin on his face]] just before the bomb explodes.

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* Burn-Bot may have a misnomer of a name, but it's a force to be reckoned with--in with -- in Sonic and Tails' first fight with it, it defeats Tails and crashes the Tornado, and is able to keep up with Sonic. And then Eggman upgrades him with twin hip-mounted flamethrowers, so he actually ''can'' burn things.
* The giant robot from "Translate This" was strong enough to deal with Sonic and his friends on it's its own. Not even Knuckles' fists or Amy's Piko Piko Hammer could harm it. However, the way it was defeated deserves a special mention. When the robot launched photon bombs at them, Sticks lobbed one of them into the air and Knuckles spiked the bomb into the robot's eye. He drops into a {{Three Point Landing}} [[http://sonic-nyoom.tumblr.com/post/112029062180/i-love-how-pleased-knuckles-looks-x3-sonic-boom with a triumphant grin on his face]] just before the bomb explodes.



--> '''Sticks''': That's it! I'm sick of being proper! ''[[[ActionDressRip pulls her dress off]], revealing her regular clothes underneath]'' [[PreAssKickingOneLiner Time to get primal!]]

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--> '''Sticks''': That's it! I'm sick of being proper! ''[[[ActionDressRip (''[[ActionDressRip pulls her dress off]], revealing her regular clothes underneath]'' underneath'') [[PreAssKickingOneLiner Time to get primal!]]



** In "Can An Evil Genius Crash At Your Place For A Few Days", he pulls an effective BatmanGambit wherein he acts like a friendly guy who just wants some help while he's down, while annoying Sonic and Tails to the point of exhaustion, making it impossible for them to retaliate when he finally uncovers his plan.
** In "Sole Power", Sonic seemingly develops a condition that causes a painfully loud noise to occur whenever he uses his super speed. As a result, [[TheLoad he is unable to help his team during a robot attack]]. Much to his dismay, his friends easily destroy Eggman's robots without him. Eggman then arrives, claiming that Orbot and Cubot accidentally triggered the attack. Since the attack went just fine without his guidance, [[NotSoDifferent he claims that he feels unneeded as a result]]. When Sonic confides in Eggman and asks for his assistance, he then develops a set of shoes that seemingly cure Sonic of his condition. [[spoiler:Turns out, there was nothing wrong with Sonic. Eggman actually created a device that would play the deafening tone every time Sonic runs. The shoes he made for Sonic serve as a external power source and generator for Eggman's giant robot, converting his super speed into power for the robot's battery, force field, and weaponry. Additionally, Eggman knew that Sonic would celebrate his "cure" by using his speed more often, that Sonic [[HatesBeingAlone hates being left out of a fight between Eggman and his friends]], and that Sonic has a habit of [[LeeroyJenkins senselessly charging headfirst into danger]]. All of these facts gave the robot more than enough power to deal with all of our heroes at once. To top it off, ''Sonic can't remove the shoes''.]]

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** In "Can An Evil Genius Crash At Your Place For A Few Days", he pulls an effective BatmanGambit wherein he acts like a friendly guy who just wants some help while he's down, while annoying Sonic and Tails to the point of exhaustion, exhaustion -- making it impossible for them to retaliate when he finally uncovers his plan.
** In "Sole Power", Sonic seemingly develops a condition that causes a painfully loud noise to occur whenever he uses his super speed. As a result, [[TheLoad he is unable to help his team during a robot attack]]. Much to his dismay, his friends easily destroy Eggman's robots without him. Eggman then arrives, claiming that Orbot and Cubot accidentally triggered the attack. Since the attack went just fine without his guidance, [[NotSoDifferent he claims that he feels unneeded as a result]]. When Sonic confides in Eggman and asks for his assistance, he then develops a set of shoes that seemingly cure Sonic of his condition. [[spoiler:Turns out, there was nothing wrong with Sonic. Eggman actually created a device that would play the deafening tone every time Sonic runs. The shoes he made for Sonic serve as a external power source and generator for Eggman's giant robot, converting his super speed into power for the robot's battery, force field, and weaponry. Additionally, Eggman knew that Sonic would celebrate his "cure" by using his speed more often, that Sonic [[HatesBeingAlone hates being left out of a fight between Eggman and his friends]], and that Sonic has a habit of [[LeeroyJenkins senselessly charging headfirst into danger]]. All danger]] -- all of these facts factors gave the robot more than enough power to deal with all of our heroes at once. To top it off, off; as a nice subtle ShoutOut to ''[[VideoGame/SonicLabyrinth Sonic Labyrinth]]'''s Slow-Down Boots, ''Sonic can't remove the shoes''.]]



** "Dr. Eggman's Tomato Sauce". The heroes were suspicious of said sauce and so they tested it for everything they could. To their surprise [[RedHerring it came up negative]] so they dismiss it. But then it turns out that Eggman ''knew'' they'd find the sauce suspicious...which is why he made the ''cans'' the sauce is marketed in the real danger, programming them to take over all technology on the island. If not for Sonic and co., he probably would have won this time (and indeed, it took them a while to foil the plan).
** In "Chez Amy" Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by [[spoiler: destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it.]]
* Meta-example, but special mention must be made to Roger Craig Smith and Mike Pollock for their work in The Meteor. Since Sonic and Eggman switched bodies in that episode, they were both technically voicing a different character. Roger was able to make his Sonic laugh and speak with Eggman's mannerisms while Mike was able to make Eggman speak with Sonic's. Being able to do that really sold the premise of the episode and bring in a lot of laughs. Of course, props should also be given to Cindy Robinson and Travis Willingham, who [[VideoGame/BlazblueContinuumShift have been in this situation before]], and likely gave Roger and Mike tips.
* In "Battle of The Boy Bands", Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles successfully manage to break the mind control of Justin Beaver and all of the girls through a combination of [[TakeThat insults against the boy band industry]] in a song in a singing battle, and going from Dreamboat Express to Dude-itude rocking out to conclude the episode. Keep in mind that the last time in Sonic history playing in a band was in WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground.
** This episode in general wowed many viewers, especially those that really hate the boy band industry, especially Creator/JustinBieber, to the MythologyGag relating back to another Sonic TV series from the past. The crew deserves special mention for doing their research and listening to certain boy band songs, and placing in cameos of other Sonic Boom characters like Perci and Zooey.

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** "Dr. Eggman's Tomato Sauce". The heroes were suspicious of said sauce and so they tested it for everything they could. To their surprise [[RedHerring it came up negative]] so they dismiss it. But then it turns out that Eggman ''knew'' they'd find the sauce suspicious... which is why he made the ''cans'' the sauce is marketed in the real danger, programming them to take over all technology on the island. If not for Sonic and co., he probably would have won this time (and -- and indeed, it took them a while to foil the plan).
plan.
** In "Chez Amy" Amy", Eggman actually gets [[TeamRocketWins an understated victory]] by [[spoiler: destroying [[spoiler:destroying Amy's restaurant and getting away with it.it scot-free.]]
* Meta-example, but special mention must be made to Roger Craig Smith and Mike Pollock for their work in The Meteor."The Meteor". Since Sonic and Eggman switched bodies in that episode, they were both technically voicing a different character. Roger was able to make his Sonic laugh and speak with Eggman's mannerisms while Mike was able to make Eggman speak with Sonic's. Being able to do that really sold the premise of the episode and bring in a lot of laughs. Of course, props should also be given to Cindy Robinson and Travis Willingham, who [[VideoGame/BlazblueContinuumShift have been in this situation before]], and likely gave Roger and Mike tips.
* In "Battle of The Boy Bands", Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles successfully manage to break the mind control of Justin Beaver and all of the girls through a combination of [[TakeThat insults against the boy band industry]] in a song in a singing battle, and going from Dreamboat Express to Dude-itude rocking out to conclude the episode. Keep in mind that the last time in Sonic history playing that he played in a band was in WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground.
''WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground''.
** This episode in general wowed many viewers, especially those that really hate the boy band industry, especially Creator/JustinBieber, Music/JustinBieber, to the MythologyGag relating back to another Sonic TV series from the past. The crew deserves special mention for doing their research and listening to certain boy band songs, and placing in cameos of other Sonic Boom characters like Perci and Zooey.



-->[[spoiler: '''Metal Sonic''']]: ''(charges up, ready to attack)''
-->'''Sonic''': That's the difference between you and me, [[spoiler: Metal]]-- I. Don't. ''Get. '''Tired.'''''

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-->[[spoiler: '''Metal Sonic''']]: ''(charges (''charges up, ready to attack)''
attack'')
-->'''Sonic''': That's the difference between you and me, [[spoiler: Metal]]-- Metal]] -- I. Don't. ''Get. '''Tired.'''''


* Partway through "Robots from the Sky" Part Four, things aren't looking good for Team Sonic. Eggman has teamed up with [[spoiler:Hypno-bot, Mighton has been hypnotized, and Team Sonic and Bolts are highly outnumbered, forcing them to retreat to the lead-lined bunker where Hypno-bot's hypnotizing signal doesn't work. What are our heroes to do? Well, Bolts and Tails use Team Sonic's DNA to create Team ''Cybonic'', robot lookalikes of Team Sonic complete with organic brains to prevent them from being hypnotized, and together, each member of Team Sonic and their cyborg counterpart ''decimate'' the enemy forces. It is an absolutely glorious sight.]]
** At the end of the battle, [[spoiler:Sonic is punched by the hypnotized Mighton's rocket fist, exacerbating his leg injury from the previous episode. Hypno-bot commands Mighton to finish him with another rocket punch, and Tails quickly gets over his hesitation to harm Hypno-bot on account of being his creation and, as the others assist him by destroying the robots attempting to stop him and disabling Hypno-bot's gun, flies over with all his might to bash his hypno-ray off with his wrench, putting him out of commission just before the rocket punch can connect with Sonic and finally ending the threat.]]
* The climax of "Planes, Trains, and Dudemobiles"; a car chase through a lava filled jungle between Team Sonic, the police, and a criminal maniac set to a [[NarmCharm wonderfully cheesy]] rock song.

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* Partway through "Robots from the Sky" Part Four, things aren't looking good for Team Sonic. Eggman has teamed up with [[spoiler:Hypno-bot, Mighton has and some Morristown citizens have been hypnotized, hypnotized in order to add to their already large army, and Team Sonic and Bolts are highly outnumbered, forcing them to retreat to the lead-lined bunker where Hypno-bot's hypnotizing signal doesn't work. What are our heroes to do? Well, Bolts and Tails use Team Sonic's Sonic DNA to create Team ''Cybonic'', robot lookalikes of Team Sonic complete with organic brains to prevent them from being hypnotized, and together, each member of Team Sonic and their cyborg counterpart ''decimate'' the enemy forces.forces (aside from robots the team is friendly with, of course). It is an absolutely glorious sight.]]
** At the end of the battle, [[spoiler:Sonic is punched by the hypnotized Mighton's rocket fist, exacerbating his leg injury from the previous episode. episode and leaving him vulnerable; Hypno-bot commands Mighton to finish him with another rocket punch, and punch. Horrified by the thought of losing his best friend, Tails quickly gets over his hesitation to harm Hypno-bot on account of being his creation and, as the others assist him by destroying the robots attempting to stop him and disabling Hypno-bot's gun, flies over with all his might to bash his the robot's hypno-ray off with his wrench, putting him out of commission just before the rocket punch can connect with Sonic and finally ending the threat.]]
crisis for good. Way to go, Tails!]]
* The climax of "Planes, Trains, and Dudemobiles"; a car chase through a lava filled jungle between the males of Team Sonic, the police, and a criminal maniac set to a [[NarmCharm wonderfully cheesy]] rock song.

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** Orbot's aforementioned version of the Fuzzy Puppies plan? Rather than brazenly attack the warehouse and grab the attention of Team Sonic, Orbot legally purchases the entire stock at discounted prices. He then put up posters all over the village claiming that there was a mystery buyer willing to buy a Fuzzy Puppy figurine at 1000 dollars. He then put an ad in the newspaper for a figurine sale with each unit at 500 bucks. As he predicted beforehand, each of his customers bought three units; one to play with, one to keep mint, and one to sell to the mystery buyer. Later, Cubot as the mystery buyer made the sales with paying out 1000 bucks to each customer as promised, but due to Orbot's previous sales resulting in an initial 1500 bucks profit, he overall scammed every customer out of 500 bucks, and the ensuing value surge boosted the value of Eggman's collection.


** Shadow gets an awesomely-sinister PreAssKickingOneLiner in as he's about to attack Tails, right after one-shotting [[TheBigGuy Knuckles]] by smashing him through a brick wall at blinding speed:

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** Shadow gets an awesomely-sinister PreAssKickingOneLiner in as he's about to attack Tails, Shadow's downright awesome and sinister entrance, right after one-shotting [[TheBigGuy Knuckles]] by smashing him through a brick wall at blinding speed:



-->'''Shadow''': ''Fox-hunting''.

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-->'''Shadow''': ''Fox-hunting''.''[[PreasskickingOneLiner Fox-hunting]]''.


[[caption-width-right:350:Talk about [[AwesomeMusic/SonicTheHedgehog music that]] ''[[JustForPun rocks!]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Talk about [[AwesomeMusic/SonicTheHedgehog music that]] ''[[JustForPun rocks!]]'']][[caption-width-right:350:''[[AwesomeMusic/SonicTheHedgehog Drop that generic fat beat!]]'']]


** Shadow gets an awesomely-sinister PreAssKickingOneLiner in as he's about to attack Tails, right after one-shotting Knuckles by smashing him through a brick wall at blinding speed:

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** Shadow gets an awesomely-sinister PreAssKickingOneLiner in as he's about to attack Tails, right after one-shotting Knuckles [[TheBigGuy Knuckles]] by smashing him through a brick wall at blinding speed:



-->'''Shadow''': (''[[DramaticEntrance teleports in behind them and slowly descends to the ground]]'') Correction-- ''pummelled'' into a wall.
-->'''Tails''': [[OhCrap Shadow]]...? What are you doing here?

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-->'''Shadow''': (''[[DramaticEntrance teleports in behind them and slowly descends to the ground]]'') Correction-- Correction -- ''pummelled'' into a wall.
-->'''Tails''': [[OhCrap Shadow]]...? Shadow...?]] What are you doing here?


* In "Tommy Thunder Method Actor", Sonic's battle against Eggman's robots is capped by a SuspiciouslySimilarSong of the theme to WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog. Regardless of [[LoveItOrHateIt your opinion on the show in question]], it's a pretty great throwback.

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* In "Tommy Thunder Method Actor", Sonic's battle against Eggman's robots is capped by a SuspiciouslySimilarSong of the theme to WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog. Regardless of [[LoveItOrHateIt your opinion on the show in question]], question, it's a pretty great throwback.

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