It's regrettable the ending didn't sound very good to you, and even more regrettable that you weren't around back then to collaborate with me and help to make it more to your taste.I can certainly understand it having been years and many scripts ago, I just thought that perhaps with the discussion prior here about the episode and that you knew it was 3 scenes that perhaps you had recently come across the script or the storyboards that would've shown what was cut.
I can't say the explaination sounded very good, even if it would allow the episode to make sense.
Anyway, onto new episode time!
11. The Gift
Flogg leads a failed fighter attack, and returns to a party thrown by Skeletor, who's shocked to learn that Flogg has failed without him. Skeletor boasts his own plan and has Flogg offer a gift of peace and goodwill and perhaps end their aggression.
Sebrian accepts, uncertain and suspicious, but recieves the gift all the same in the form of cute, cuddly, and clearly evil dangerous beasties. Who set off a Furby/Beanybaby craze on Primus.
Time passes and everyone has one, there are even a half dozen or so on The Eternia, which means they must reproduce like mad, making them evil death triibbles! Then they transform, growing in size and ferocity and attack everywhere at once. It turns out they're being controlled by Skeletor who can additionally work some magic through them, as well as use them as a mouthpiece.
He-man does his best, but is far outnumbered with too many problems across the planet to contain the situation. He does gain one noted plus as he fights to rescue Caz in that the beasties are all robots, which of course, gives him free license to destroy them however he wants. Ultimately it's futile, Sebrian gives He-man the shield key and sends him and Mara off to the wilderness to get away from the invasion force, as the Mutants are coming to bolster the forces of the monsters.
He-man retreats with Mara while a Monster speaking for Skeletor vows that he will find them...
-Skeletors party was a LOL moment.
-The Mutant fighters should be a far superior fighter to the Astrosub just based on design. Add in that the mutants have one thanks to Caz and they should have some major tactical advantages.
-Interesting that the Mutants all retreat out of the shield rather then crashland or flat out land on Primus as part of, you know, an invasion?
-Flogg's call for the retreat is an interesting shot, it's a near 180 pan around his face as he makes the call.
-The peacefull planet of Primus, with it's tanks, fighters, troops. Such a utopia!
-Caz wasn't bad, but it was Drissi's turn to be annoying.
-Seems the people of Primus know nothing about segregating and watching foreign fauna to make sure they don't do harm to the ecosystem, let alone one that comes from Skeletor.
-He-man is quite fortunate that he can destroy the monsters because they're robots. Had they been cyborgs or technorganic, what then, would he have been SOL?
-They're robots, not androids. Androids look like people.
-I figured after seeing they were robots, He-man would come up with a Deus Ex Machina to destroy them all across the planet. When it turned into a two parter, I was honestly surprised and a little delighted.
Overall I'm hesitant to give it a score until I see part two, but so far, 7/10.