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Episode 6

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The Hunkyard
Air date July 7, 2011 (USA)
Written by Todd Garfield
Directed by John Delaney
Story by Todd Garfield and Jeremy Corray
Supervising director Steven E. Gordon
Episode Transcript

Hunk brings the cadets to a junkyard where they drive battle machines assembled from junk. Unknown to them, some of the junk in the area is not as broken as they think...


Plot Summary

Dinka dinka doo.

Featured Characters

Quotes

"Marco"
"Polo"
    —Daniel and Vince

"uno dos tres"
    —Larmina

Notes

References

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