He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002-2004): Season 1, Episode 18 - Trust - full transcript

In an effort to strengthen the Masters' defenses, Stratos journeys to the Ice Mountains to retrieve a rare metal called Eternium.

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I am Adam, Prince of Eternia, defender of the secrets of Castle Grayskull.

This is Cringer, my fearless friend. Fabulous-

By the power of Grayskull!

I have the power!

I am Adam, Prince of Eternia, defender of the secrets of Castle Grayskull.

I have the power!

I have the power!

I have the power!

I have the power!

Prison break! Secure the area!

There!



Hurry up and get these chains off of me!

Double reinforced Eternian steel, and yet it still can't withstand a gamma blast.

We need a stronger metal, something the evil warriors can't break out of.

The ancient spoke of such a metal.

Eternium, said to be the strongest ever known.

Deposits of Eternium were once said to exist in the ice mountains of the frozen north.

A remote and dangerous region of which we know little.

Then you'll need me to scout the terrain.

I've recalibrated the scanner to detect metals of unknown origin.

Interesting. If this Eternium metal exists, it would allow us to build stronger, more powerful weapons,

and I could use it to reinforce my armor.

I'd be indestructible.

Always thinking of yourself, eh, Traptor? Very well.

Then it shall be your task to follow Stratos.



To the ice mountains? Alone? What about you guys?

Oh, we'll be along, assuming you find anything.

Well, what are you waiting for? Stratos already has a lead on you.

Do try not to fall in the snow and rust.

No!

Weather's a bit inhospitable. I'll have to land and search on foot.

Tread carefully, Stratos.

Alright, that I will.

I'm getting a reading of some unusual metal in the vicinity.

Could be our Eternium.

I'm getting a reading of some unusual metal in the vicinity.

Could be our Eternium.

Ugh!

Stratos! What is your status?

We've lost a signal.

Must be the storm.

Perhaps.

Stratos, come in!

It appears our Eternium has been found.

Summon the states.

So long, bad man.

Now look what you're gonna do.

Ugh!

Well, perhaps you've heard.

We've had a recent vacancy in the Eternium prison, and you're going to...

Okay, tough guy. Now we're both in prison.

You got a busted wing? I got a busted leg.

Our only chance of getting out of here is we help each other.

Very well. But your weapon stays with me.

Fine.

Stratos, this is Tila.

Answer me!

Something's not right.

The storm in the ice mountains has gotten worse.

Descending a rescue team would only be putting more lives in danger.

So we have to do something.

Hey, I think I just saw He-Man pass by.

Keep trying to reach Stratos.

Right.

By the power of Grayskull!

I have the power!

Hope you like cold weather, Battlecat.

Can't you move any quicker? You're like all the rest of your cronies. Weak.

That's why you and the Masters will never win.

It is you who are weak. You choose evil, and that's a choice made only by the weakest minds.

You want to hear no good? Give me the blaster, or I'll snap your arm in two.

This partnership is over.

What are those things?

No idea. But they sound hungry.

Hey! You can't leave me to get eaten. You're supposed to be all good and heroic.

All right. But what more dirty trick can I do leave you behind? And you're on your own.

Deal. Now let's go.

If Stratos was here, the Storms covered his tracks. Can you pick up his scent, Battlecat?

They're gaining on us!

Hey, you're not as dumb as you look.

That makes one of us, then. It's just a matter of time before they dig their way through.

Nice going, genius. Now we're trapped on both ends.

An opening!

On a Skeletor's vehicles.

Triclops was here.

Actually, it was Truckjaw, but the whole gang's here now.

I know what you want, T-Man. You'll never get out of these mountains alive!

Well, the question now is, how do we reach the opening?

Leave that to me.

We're in danger! Not we! You! We have a deal!

Oh, did we?

We're in danger!

Still alive.

Let's put P-Man on ice, shall we?

Now, let's go find my Eternium.

Where... where am I?

In the village of Stylia, we are the Kulataks, and this land you trespass upon is our home.

Is that Eternium?

Yes, it is our most vital resource, the very reason we still exist. And yet you have come to steal it.

No! True, I was looking for it, but I didn't know of your people.

Seeing now how vital it is to your well-being, I would never take it. Trust me.

Trust him? He's just stalling till his cronies come and steal all your Eternium.

Who are you?

My friend. I've been tracking him. He's been scouting you out for an attack.

Trust me. Why are you relying?

Two strangers, both asking for trust. I must think on this. Lock them in the supply chamber.

Hey, man!

Fools!

No!

Back off!

I'm gonna be indestructible!

That is not Eternium. It is Deuterium.

What's it do?

Oh!

Apparently, makes you sick. We were observing you have earned our trust. Not by word, but by deed.

Skeletor, he's come for the Eternium.

The Eternium. Hold it right there, Skeletor.

You have no right to our Eternium.

Oh, but I do. For you see, might makes right.

No!

Hey, man!

Didn't think a little avalanche could stop me, did you, Skeletor?

Well, don't just stand there. Get the Eternium!

Looks like they want to give you the Eternium after all, Skeletor.

We owe you much thanks.

And I must thank you as well for teaching me a valuable lesson about trust. It must be earned not simply by word, but by deed.

Should you ever be threatened again, use this. The Masters of the Universe will be here to help.

We all want to be trusted, but to earn the trust of others, it's important to be trustworthy.

And that means keeping your word, being honest, and of course, speaking the truth. Until next time.

Thank you.

Thank you.