Intent on wrapping this bad boy up.
125. T-Bone contacts Razor over the radio while he and Callie are climbing up the shaft. To be honest, I dunno why he didn't do this in the episode. He tells Razor he'll arrive in two minutes. Razor doesn't appreciate the interruption. "It's a date, pal! See you topside. Got my hands full here. Gotta go. Razor out!"
126. T-Bone gives a "battle cry" as he attacks the roof.
127. The pod is described as glowing green, as though irradiated. It doesn't glow in the episode.
128. While Viper is on the roof, T-Bone swoops past so close that the villain is knocked backwards off his feet. Falk's very next line contradicts this (stuff in brackets mine); "He (Viper) stands nonchalantly (despite never being described getting up), brushing the dirt from his lab coat (despite never being described changing out of his gardener disguise)."
129. Because he just got done speaking with Razor over the radio, T-Bone doesn't assume his partner is dead, so he never says he owes it to Razor to do some "real flyin'." Also, Razor never chimes in with, "Don't tell me you're givin' up!" Instead, T-Bone wonders, "Enough of this
! Razor, where are
130. Razor has his arms crossed when confronting Viper, instead of having his hands on his hips.
131. Viper is described as being panicked when he attacks Razor, as opposed to simply angry like in the episode. He also pins Razor before smacking him off the roof. In the episode, neither successfully overcomes the other, and after rolling around a bit, they separate, and then
Viper hits Razor with his tail.
132. How Callie ends up in the Turbokat is different. Instead of the jet rising up into view like the De Lorean in Back to the Future Part II
, and Razor pulling her on, she's grabbed with "safety harness" and yanked up. Consequently, there's no dramatic reveal of Razor's survival. Instead, how Razor survived is conveyed clumsily via dialogue - "Nice
flying, T-Bone! First you catch me, then you scoop her
up!" ("Just call T-Bone
, last minute life saving a specialty
!") What happened to show, don't tell, Lance? The three Rovers also leap at her as she's yanked upwards, and fall off the roof that way, instead of waiting until she's already aboard and trying to follow just as the Turbokat lifts up and missing the wing.
133. Because Callie is rescued differently, the rescue is extended slightly as they have to winch her in through open bomb bay in the undercarriage while Flyers attack them. There's some extra dialogue here as a result.
134. In a problem that carried into the final episode, Razor and Callie are somehow "scrunched into his seat" despite this being impossible because his seat was left inside the building. This isn't the last time Falk would forget that Razor's seat isn't supposed to be in the jet.
135. Different dialogue as Razor says his weapons systems aren't working. "Weapons check. Negative!
missile." Huh? I think Falk skipped something here. Razor continues; "The attack systems are all gummed up!
be that plant goo!" T-Bone opines. "Gotta be," agrees Razor. "I'll have to drop the package manually." "Not this
again! That means you'll have to climb down onto our freeze bomb!
" Razor says releasing the tank of coolant is "the only way." I definitely prefer the dialogue in the episode. Falk over-explains everything here.
136. When jumping down onto the tank, Razor tells "Gerinimeow!" Ugh.
137. Different dialogue: "Get ready, Viper! The SWAT Kats are back
138. Razor refers to the AC unit as a "hutch." So does Falk in descriptions.
139. Extra dialogue: "We can frost the whole tower from there!" and "Detonator activated! T-minus eight seconds!"
140. Viper is explicitly described as getting doused in the coolant explosion, unlike in the episode where he runs offscreen just before the tank hits below where he'd been standing.
141. As the coolant spreads through the building, Falk indicates we're supposed to see all the past rooms getting frozen, unlike what appear to be some random hallways and offices in the finished episode.
142. Some extra dialogue after the building gets frozen and we see the Behemoth freeze and shatter: T-Bone tells Razor he "did it," but Callie says "You both did it!" Razor agrees: "We're a team
!" T-Bone laughs and says he "copies." Did I miss something? Did our heroes bicker at some point and need to learn the value of teamwork?
143. T-Bone says they should land and put Callie down, rather than her suggesting it. She does still mention that Manx might "need sedation."
144. Razor doesn't flick a chunk of frozen Plantimal out of the jet when saying he's had enough gardening.
145. There isn't a worker cleaning up the debris when Manx's limo drives up.
146. The ending is different. The limo pulls up and Manx gets out, talking to Mr. Young. They shoot the breeze about nothing particular, and it's actually Young and his two colleagues who notice the wrecked building first. Manx had his back to it as he got out. Noticing the Siamese kats' shocked expressions, he turns around and gapes in horror at his pet skyscraper in total ruin. The episode ends on Manx stammering the litany of excuses he does in the final episode, but Young doesn't pass on his offer and he and his friends don't walk away and Manx chasing after them. I prefer this because I always thought it was weird how they apparently intend to walk to the airport rather than insisting that Manx have them driven, although this version does create the issue that the business deal subplot is unresolved because Young never decides not to sign.
And that's the script version of Destructive Nature