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* "The Traitor" part two has Lady Jaye knocking down an [[RedShirt enemy soldier]] after the armor treatment instability takes effect, said henchman is seen to get back up, only with a certain article of clothing in Lady Jaye's possession. Doubles as funny scene.

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* "The Traitor" part two has Lady Jaye knocking down an [[RedShirt enemy soldier]] after the armor treatment instability takes effect, said henchman is seen to get back up, only with a certain article of clothing in Lady Jaye's possession. Doubles as a funny scene.


** Earlier in the same episode, when Cobra is breaking into her Father's house, a nude statue (shown only from the back) can be seen.

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** Earlier in the same episode, when Cobra is breaking into her Father's father's house, a nude statue (shown only from the back) can be seen.

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** Earlier in the same episode, when Cobra is breaking into her Father's house, a nude statue (shown only from the back) can be seen.


* In "Rendezvous in the City of the Dead", Shipwreck and Snake Eyes enter a bad neighborhood. We can see thugs and suspicious individuals with women in their arms, who are clearly hookers.

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* In "Rendezvous in the City of the Dead", Shipwreck and Snake Eyes enter a bad neighborhood. We can see thugs and suspicious individuals with women in their arms, arms who are clearly hookers.

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* In "Rendezvous in the City of the Dead", Shipwreck and Snake Eyes enter a bad neighborhood. We can see thugs and suspicious individuals with women in their arms, who are clearly hookers.

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* "Million Dollar Medic" has [[MartialPacifist Lifeline]] and heiress Brittany "Bree" Van Mark alone in a lodge. The latter is wearing only a shirt and underwear. [[Rule34 Thanks for creating fuel for the internet]], Sunbow!

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** Not to mention what Lady Jaye spent half the episode wearing.

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* In "Last Hour to Doomsday", a Cobra Blue-shirt is reading when he should be checking the security cameras, and makes a sound indicating it's not a comic book.


* Also in the original miniseries, Duke appears to have two LoveInterest[=s=]: Scarlett and BeautifulSlaveGirl Selina. The two women seem aware of their mutual interest in Duke without being competitive about it, leaving open the possibility of AThreesomeIsHot.

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* Also in the original miniseries, Duke appears to have two LoveInterest[=s=]: LoveInterests: Scarlett and BeautifulSlaveGirl Selina. The two women seem aware of their mutual interest in Duke without being competitive about it, leaving open the possibility of AThreesomeIsHot.

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* Also in the original miniseries, Duke appears to have two LoveInterest[=s=]: Scarlett and BeautifulSlaveGirl Selina. The two women seem aware of their mutual interest in Duke without being competitive about it, leaving open the possibility of AThreesomeIsHot.


* The [[BizarroEpisode bizarre]] episode "The Gamesmaster" offers, among other highlights, the Baroness and Lady Jaye catfighting in bikini and underwear, respectively.
** It also features one of the most AxCrazy villains in Western animation before the DCAU Joker, the eponymous Gamesmaster, whose giggling sociopathy ''massively'' subverts NeverSayDie, to whatever extent this is ever present in the show:

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* The [[BizarroEpisode bizarre]] episode "The Gamesmaster" offers, among other highlights, the Baroness and Lady Jaye catfighting in bikini and underwear, respectively.
respectively. (And Flint rather suggestively tackling the Baroness mid-fight.)
** It also features Not to mention that the villain kidnaps Lady Jaye [[ThePeepingTom while she's changing clothes]] in a dressing room; he replies to his RobotBuddy's comment on her by snapping, "I do ''not'' have a crush on her, Coco!"
** Speaking of the villain, the eponymous Gamemaster is
one of the most AxCrazy villains in Western animation before the DCAU Joker, the eponymous Gamesmaster, whose Joker; this guy's giggling sociopathy ''massively'' subverts NeverSayDie, to whatever extent this is ever present in the show:


** Increased when Scarlett responds by shooting an expplosive arrow. Additional context: They are sharing ''a small airplane's cockpit''. In other words, she launches a ''[[TakingYouWithMe suicide attack]]'' to avoid [[FateWorseThanDeath a fate worse than death]], indicating what ''she'' understands him to mean. [[spoiler: The episode ends on that note as a cliffhanger. They both survive, naturally, but only due to sheer act of plot.]]

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** Increased when Scarlett responds by shooting an expplosive explosive arrow. Additional context: They are sharing ''a small airplane's cockpit''. In other words, she launches a ''[[TakingYouWithMe suicide attack]]'' to avoid [[FateWorseThanDeath a fate worse than death]], indicating what ''she'' understands him to mean. [[spoiler: The episode ends on that note as a cliffhanger. They both survive, naturally, but only due to sheer act of plot.]]


** Increased when Scarlett responds by blowing off a grenade. Additional context: They are sharing ''a small airplane's cockpit''. In other words, she launches a ''[[TakingYouWithMe suicide attack]]'' to avoid [[FateWorseThanDeath a fate worse than death]], indicating what ''she'' understands him to mean. [[spoiler: The episode ends on that note as a cliffhanger. They both survive, naturally, but only due to sheer act of plot.]]

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** Increased when Scarlett responds by blowing off a grenade.shooting an expplosive arrow. Additional context: They are sharing ''a small airplane's cockpit''. In other words, she launches a ''[[TakingYouWithMe suicide attack]]'' to avoid [[FateWorseThanDeath a fate worse than death]], indicating what ''she'' understands him to mean. [[spoiler: The episode ends on that note as a cliffhanger. They both survive, naturally, but only due to sheer act of plot.]]


* "Flint's Vacation" has Flint taking time off to visit some family. For various reasons (Cobra-related, as it turns out), he finds things a little weird in the town where they live as he gets there, and late that night he phones home to voice his (as yet vague) suspicions. Lady Jaye apparently isn't surprised to hear from him by bedtime.

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* "Flint's Vacation" has Flint taking time off to visit some family. For various reasons (Cobra-related, as it turns out), he finds things a little weird in the town where they live as he gets there, and late that night he phones home the base to voice his (as yet vague) suspicions. Lady Jaye apparently isn't surprised to hear from him by bedtime.

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* In "Pit of Vipers", Shipwreck at one point remarks "Sediment, my left barnacle". It's quite dubious that he wasn't referring to a certain male sexual organ.

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