04 April 2012

You call that a hiding place?!

I was never a fan of Loo-Kee's hiding places; not that I had anything against the character of Loo-Kee. I simply did not like the fact that those segments at the end of each episode removed any opportunity for the cast of She-Ra to deliver moral segments equal to those found in the He-Man series! With regards to Loo-Kee's games of hide and seek, this one from the season one episode "Wild Child" has to go down in history as one of the worst!


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6 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Definitely, and "Into The Dark Dimension" was another one too! :) ~"KevyGuy" :)

HB Potlood said...

hahaha I hope Loo-Kee wasn't hiding in a very dramatic scene in this case. I always thought it was quite clever to create a character specifically to do the morals, and still integrate him into each episode by making him an easter egg. And of course it used to be a little bit harder to spot him back in the days before VCR's.

Miss M said...

Yeah as much as I love Loo-Kee, I would have much rather seen the other members of the Great Rebellion delivering the moral segments at the end. It would have given fans more chances to see their favorite characters that weren't featured a great deal throughout the series.

Also this picture of Loo-Kee hiding with his tail between his legs, is a total mess!

Grimbot said...

@HB Potlood

But the show was made during the days of VCR! :P

Daniel Quintero said...

Come on! he was not hiding ... he was smelling his tail!!

Alex said...

I agree with HB Potlood - at the time the series was envisioned, many homes didn't have VCRs. Loo-Kee was an interesting idea that added to the fun of watching She-Ra. Some of the moral segments made it even easier to spot him...check out "The Bibbet Story", where the animators bring him right in front of the trees (he's hiding behind them in the episode). It may have been an error, but has always left me wondering what happened...perhaps they were getting lazy as they knew the series wasn't being recommissioned... :)

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