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Review of the Cartoon Episode "The Great Wambini's Seance" in the Cartoon Inspector Gadget

Updated on November 10, 2020
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Ara is a Journalism graduate from California State University Northridge who is always looking to explore his writing opportunities.

Tarot Cards, One of the Items Used In the Episode The Great Wambini's Seance


Why Write About "The Great Wambini's Seance" and Inspector Gadget So Many Years Later?

“The Great Wambini's Seance” is the second episode of the second season of the famous cartoon series Inspector Gadget and it marks the return of two notable characters. The Great and the Lesser Wambini, two magicians that have been sent by Dr. Claw to try and eliminate Inspector Gadget. The question that some readers may be asking is why are we writing about a cartoon that ended years ago? Those of you that have been reading about this cartoon series will know that Inspector Gadget wasn't just any cartoon. This cartoon's reach extended beyond viewers in the United States and even reached Australia.

What Is the Mission of Inspector Gadget This Time?

In this episode, Inspector Gadget must investigate the reasons why the pets of Metro City's rich and famous families have suddenly disappeared. The Great Wambini offers to help the families find those missing pets but he is actually behind the plot which has captured all these pets.

Interesting Thing About the Episode The Great Wambini's Seance

This episode may be one of the weaker ones in the entire series but it does have a few interesting parts to it. One interesting part is that in the bathroom where the Inspector is taking a shower, his boss Chief Quimby is hiding in his laundry basket. The seance is something similar to a magic show.

"The Great Wambini's Seance"

Another Interesting Part of the Episode "The Great Wambini's Seance"

The Great Wambini and his assistant are following the Inspector on the freeway and they are trying to get rid of him. They use a smoke screen and the oil slick to try and dispose of him. While the oil slick gets Inspector Gadget off of the freeway, he ends up on the city streets, drives in the wrong direction and he almost gets hit by a big rig truck before his pet dog Brain reacts instantly as the four wheel drive is activated. The Gadget Mobile then maneuvers away from the truck as the Inspector is saved. However, when the Inspector arrives at the mansion, he sees a round table with several of the owners of these pets there as well and they beg to get their pets back. There is a kind of special effect that is used to bring the spirits of these missing pets so that the owners can be lured into giving money to get their pets back. The Inspector is lured into a trap door because of the wind that is activated using a special control tower. The two magicians try to get rid of the Inspector by activating a spiked wall that slowly comes down but due to help from Brain and just the right timing, the Inspector is saved from any harm. This second episode of the second season is decent but it is not one of the best ones of the season. How would the Inspector do in these cases without the help of Penny and Brain? Brain disguises himself as a woman and saves Inspector Gadget from a laser cannon and a knight in armor that is set to destroy him.

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