Hoggish Greedly prepares to enter Dr. Blight's time pool to travel back to the 1950s where he can profit through development as much as he pleases without having to worry about environmental policies. The Planeteers track down their cave in Greenland, and though Captain Planet slows down Greedly and Rigger, Wheeler's pursuit of them near the pool separates him from the others when a sound-wave machine causes an ice-fall. Cap is weakened by radiation and must depart, and the others can't see an easy way to get through the blockade. Bitter about being trapped in a carbon-dioxide-filled chamber with Dr. Blight when he could be celebrating a New Year's Eve party, Wheeler admits that this is one of those times he regrets becoming a Planeteer. Blight offers to let him stop their imprisonment by having him go back in time and undo that. Wheeler gives the date and location, but is reluctant to actually go until Blight pushes him through the pool. Going 360 days back in time to New York, ...
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The first time an antagonist called or even mentioned a Planeteer by name (except Zarm, who was mistaken for an ally). See more
[of Greedly and Rigger's time-travel that caused the increased global-warming
Why didn't Captain Planet stop them?
Captain Planet does *not exist*. You changed history. You never joined the Planeteers, so there *are* no Planeteers. They each went their own separate ways.
[sees the Time Pool's image of the others parting
Aw, c'mon, Gaia, you could've found someone else to be a Planeteer instead of me.
No. Each individual has a unique role to play. You were supposed to set an example for ...