|Season 1, Episode 4|
|Air date||September 30, 1989|
|Written by||Jeffrey Scott|
The Most Dangerous Game Master
Mega Trouble For Megaland
"Videolympics" is a Season 1 episode of Captain N: The Game Master. It is the fourth episode of both the season and the series. It is also Part 1 of the series' sole two-parter, and continues in "Mega Trouble For Megaland."
The episode was written by Jeffrey Scott.
Mother Brain challenges the N Team to an Olympic-style competition - winner takes the throne of Videoland. Of course, Mother Brain has ulterior motives, which include gaining the Three Sacred Treasures to get unlimited power.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
|N Team||Forces of Chaos||Others|
- First and only appearance of the world of Punch-Out.
- When Mother Brain opens the chests at the end of the episode, the red chest has a blue lid and the blue chest has a red lid.
- In the shot where Kid Icarus is talking to Lana, the middle part on his sandals is blue instead of skin-toned.
- When Simon is talking about himself not losing, his outfit is light blue instead of dark blue.
- Donkey Kong is on Mother Brain's team in this episode, but in all other episodes is as antagonistic to her and her minions as anyone else.
- It's also important to note that it also depends on Donkey Kong's Mood Swings throughout the series,if he's in a really good mood such as the Season 2 Episode "Invasion of the Paper Peddlers" than he's not as antagonistic towards neither the N Team or Mother Brain. but in other episodes,if he's in a really bad Mean Spirited mood such as "The Lost City of Kongo Land" than he's very antagonistic towards both the N team and Mother Brain and her lackeys. it could be possible that in this episode that Donkey Kong was in a normal peaceful mood and mother brain was able to somehow influence him to join her Team.
- Mega Man gets tired while working out. How can this possibly happen? He's a robot! (And for the record, this episode cannot take place after "Happy Birthday, Megaman" in which he becomes human.)
- Why would the Count need to work out in a boxing ring in the world of Punch-Out? He's a vampire, and could use his magic or summon minions to compete for him. Apparently the writers haven't done enough research on the Castlevania series.
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