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"Alpha, Bravo, Unicorn"
Season 2, Episode 2
Alpha, Bravo, Unicorn
Prod. Code: 202a
Premiered: July 11, 2017
Credits
Written by:
  Paiman Kalayeh
Storyboard by:
  Jean-Sebastien Duclos and

Kataneh Vahdani

Directed by:
  Kathleen Good
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"Alpha, Bravo, Unicorn" is the second episode of the second season of Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero. It premiered on July 11 2017.

Synopsis

Penn, Boone, and Sashi have to help the dragons of Wingfire Academy in a battle against a new enemy: the unicorns!

Plot

The trio return to the dragon world which finds itself under attack by unicorns who threaten to destroy their dimension. However before they fight them, they must get Blaze, who has fallen into a slump from a previous defeat from the unicorns, back on his feet to help them.

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Major Characters

Minor Characters

Trivia

  • Dragon World is visited for the third time in this episode , the second being "Where Dragons Dare" and "Save the Worlds".
  • Worlds seen/visited: Dragon World
  • This is the first time someone other than Sashi or Larry explains the mission.
  • The title "Alpha, Bravo, Unicorn" refers to the use of the words "Alfa [sic], Bravo, Charlie, etc.," to represent the letters A, B, C, etc., in the "International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet"; this alphabet was devised to enable military radio operators to use different sounding words to represent letters which might be confused because they sound similar over a radio. (Thus if a radio operator had to specify something unfamiliar to the person he was talking to, such as a town named "Debraszaville," rather spelling it confusingly "D, E, B, R, A, S, Z, A, V...," etc., he would spell it "Delta, Echo, Bravo, Romeo, Alfa, Sierra, Zulu, Alfa, Victor..." etc.). "U" in this alphabet was actually represented by the word "Uniform" rather than "Unicorn."

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