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Tunnel of Terror
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Original Airdate:

October 27, 1987

Episode

Production number 1 of 65

Episode

Airdate number 29 of 65

Previous Episode:

Hostage

Next Episode:

The Good, the Bad and the Clumsy

Episode Information and Background[]

  • Original airdate: October 27, 1987
  • Writer: Steven J. Fisher
  • Director: Ernie Shmidt
  • Production number: 1
  • Airdate number: 29

Background[]

Together with Doc Clayton, Angus McBride and Judge J.B. McBride, BraveStarr on Thirty/Thirty are checking on the local prospects and others. They break up near a mine owned by Digger Knox. BraveStarr saves Togg Salter, who's Turbo Mule had been spooked by Sand Eels. Salter tries to grab some of Digger's newly discovered Kerium, then tries to keep from be arrested and causes an explosion. Dangerous Hysterium Gas starts to spread and BraveStarr, J.B., Togg and Digger are trapped in the mine.

BraveStarr's Optivisor revelas that Togg used to be a scientist and had no criminal record. It turns out he needed the Kerium for his sick son. After helping to save BraveStarr from a Bat Eagle attack, the group manages to escape and Digger agrees to hire Togg as a worker for a year instead of sending him to jail.


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Equipment[]

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Species[]

Creatures[]

  • Bat Eagle
  • Sand Eel

Minerals[]

Toxics[]


Quotes[1][]

BraveStarr: Can't you go any faster?

Thirty/Thirty:I'm tryin', but my transistors are resistin'.

Moral Segment[]

Judge J.B. McBride:[during moral segment] There is no good reason for stealing.

BraveStarr:

Right. Because there's always another way to get what you need. It might

not be the easiest way, but in the long run, it's the best. It's called: the honest way.

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