All aboard, because it's time to do the locomotion and suffer through some painful train puns! In this episode, we discuss the 2nd Tamers movie, "Runaway Locomon". We debate how the movie fits into the Tamers canon, complain about poorly written motivation, and lament the potential of Parasimon as a villain.
- 0:00:00: Intro
- 0:02:57: General Impressions
- 0:20:53: Fitting Into the Timeline
- 0:47:10: Motivation
- 0:54:26: Parasimon Potential
- 1:03:21: Promos
- 1:07:10: Stray Bits
- 1:13:28: RDD
- 1:18:21: Recommendation Articulation
- 1:21:25: Outro
- 1:24:23: Out-takes
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The intro, outro, and transition music for this episode feature the Japanese opening song for Tamers, “The Biggest Dreamer” by Wada Kouji. Additionally, the intro features the English opening for Frontier and the Movie 4-6 dubs, composed by Chris Horvath.
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