Episode 01 – Into Etheria – In which Prince Adam meets a man with an even worse dress sense.
Episode 02 – Beast Island – In which Bow begins his long and illustrious career of incompetence.
Episode 03 – She-Ra Unchained – In which Hordak develops a weapon with an oddly specific fuel requirement.
Episode 04 – Reunions – In which Glimmer, Madame Razz and Broom unleash the full extent of their infuriating natures.
Episode 05 – Battle for Bright Moon – In which Skeletor comes up with one last hurrah.
Episode 06 – Duel at Devlan – In which someone actually gets egg on their face.
Episode 001 – The Cosmic Comet – In which Skeletor tries to persuade a sentient comet to destroy Castle Grayskull.
Episode 002 – The Shaping Staff – In which Evil-Lyn and Beast-Man turn King Randor into a goat.
Episode 003 – Disappearing Act – In which Orko first demonstrates his ability to hash things up.
Episode 004 – Diamond Ray of Disappearance – In which He-Man gives Teela and Trapjaw a hand.
Episode 005 – She-Demon of Phantos – In which Stratos appears, but doesn’t say or do anything.
Episode 006 – Teela’s Quest – In which the writers make an unexpected attempt at deep and meaningful characterisation.
Episode 007 – The Curse of the Spellstone – In which He-Man leaves it to a bunch of villagers to defeat the baddies.
Episode 008 – The Time Corridor – In which Skeletor fails to master the art of reverse psychology.
Episode 009 – The Dragon Invasion – In which Skeletor actually manages to get inside Castle Grayskull.
Episode 010 – A Friend in Need – In which we are subjected to an astonishingly rabid anti-drugs tirade.
Episode 011 – Masks of Power – In which Skeletor finally spends some time behind bars.
Episode 012 – Evil-Lyn’s Plot – In which I attempt to come up with lots of rhymes for Widget, but give up after midget, fidget and ridget, the latter of which isn’t even a word.
Episode 013 – Like Father, Like Daughter – In which Skeletor contents himself with shouting insults from a video screen.
Episode 014 – Colossor Awakes – In which the Sorceress is even less helpful than usual.
Episode 015 – A Beastly Sideshow – In which Skeletor sneezes his way to defeat.
Episode 016 – Reign of the Monster – In which we are treated to several million Stratos clones, none of whom are any more useful than the original.
Episode 017 – Daimar the Demon – In which Man-at-Arms uses magic to discover quantum mechanics.
Episode 018 – Creatures From the Tar Swamp – In which Skeletor takes some dinosaurs to lunch at the Palace.
Episode 019 – Quest for He-Man – In which He-Man goes head-to-head with a big purple rabbit.
Episode 020 – Dawn of Dragoon – In which we learn that Orko comes from a planet where the trees have a very unusual shape.
Episode 021 – The Royal Cousin – In which we all try not to snigger at the name of Man-at-Arms’ new invention.
Episode 022 – Song of Celice – In which Skeletor builds a Lego model of Castle Grayskull.
Episode 023 – Orko’s Favourite Uncle – In which Orko and his uncle make my blood boil.
Episode 024 – Wizard of Stone Mountain – In which an idiot tries to seduce Teela.
Episode 025 – Evilseed – In which He-Man and Skeletor team up to defeat a vegetable.
Episode 026 – Ordeal in the Darklands – In which Evil-Lyn does some Photoshopping.
Episode 027 – The Return of Orko’s Uncle – In which I start to lose the will to live.
Episode 028 – The Defection – In which no one does anything for ages, and even when they do something, it’s boring.
Episode 029 – Prince Adam No More – In which King Randor nearly figures out the Prince Adam/He-Man link.
Episode 030 – The Taking of Grayskull – In which Skeletor surreptitiously steals Castle Grayskull.
Episode 031 – A Tale of Two Cities – In which He-Man cheats on Teela with some floozy of a princess.
Episode 032 – Search for the VHO – In which Adam uses Orko as a kite, for no particular reason.
Episode 033 – The Starchild – In which I begin to develop homicidal tendencies.
Episode 034 – The Dragon’s Gift – In which He-Man doesn’t cut down a tree.
Episode 035 – The Sleepers Awaken – In which He-Man persuades some loonies not to be evil.
Episode 036 – The Search – In which He-Man nearly turns evil.
Episode 037 – It’s Not My Fault – In which it definitely is her fault.
Episode 038 – Valley of Power – In which He-Man learns to fly.
Episode 039 – Trouble in Arcadia – In which Prince Adam and Teela discover an invisible city full of sexist women.
Episode 040 – House of Shokoti, Part 1 – In which Ram-Man dispenses his infamously demented moral.
Episode 041 – House of Shokoti, Part 2 – In which He-Man and Ram-Man get tied onto a bondage table.
Episode 042 – Double-Edged Sword – In which He-Man deliberately tries to ruin a young boy’s day by implying that his pet is dead.
Episode 043 – The Mystery of Man-e-Faces – In which a man with lots of faces justifiably tries to kill the Widgets.
Episode 044 – The Region of Ice – In which Skeletor, Beast-Man and Trapjaw go above and beyond in their efforts to be completely mental.
Episode 045 – Orko’s Missing Magic – In which He-Man finds shaking hands with a four-armed man hilarious.
Episode 046 – Eternal Darkness – In which I reveal perhaps more about my psyche than I should.
Episode 047 – Keeper of the Ancient Ruins – In which He-Man throws a whirlwind into a pit.
Episode 048 – Return of Evil – In which we are treated to a confusing but entertaining mess.
Episode 049 – Return of the Gryphon – In which a lion-headed dragon gets thrown into space.
Episode 050 – Temple of the Sun – In which I begin to suspect that Man-at-Arms has recently suffered head trauma.
Episode 051 – City Beneath the Sea – In which our heroes meet some walking fish.
Episode 052 – Teela’s Trial – In which Teela reacts disproportionately to a simple mistake.
Episode 053 – Dree Elle’s Return – In which Orko and Dree Elle bring the series to its most soul-crushing low point.
Episode 054 – Game Plan – In which He-Man plays a computer game.
Episode 055 – Eye of the Beholder – In which Man-at-Arms develops a minor obsession with the Wind Raider.
Episode 056 – Quest for the Sword – In which He-Man deliberately does things the hard way in order to engineer a crisis for himself.
Episode 057 – Castle of Heroes – In which He-Man goes up against Hannibal. Not Hannibal Lector though. That would be weird.
Episode 058 – The Once and Future Duke – In which four characters lose their memories, but regrettably I can’t forget about this episode.
Episode 059 – The Witch and the Warrior – In which that creepy idiot Malik makes an unwelcome comeback.
Episode 060 – The Return of Granamyr – In which 45 minutes’ worth of plot is crammed into 20 minutes.
Episode 061 – Pawns of the Game Master – In which He-Man hits Maximum Sleaze.
Episode 062 – Golden Disks of Knowledge – In which Zodac gets an apprentice.
Episode 063 – The Huntsman – In which He-Man doesn’t go the right way about solving a problem.
Episode 064 – The Remedy – In which He-Man is essentially dispatched on an urgent mission to the chemist’s shop to buy some paracetemol for Man-at-Arms’ old mate.
Episode 065 – The Heart of a Giant – In which Orko goes looking for drugs and finds a friendly giant.
Season 1 Summary – A quick look back at the highs and the lows of He-Man’s first season.
Episode 066 – The Cat and the Spider – In which He-Man learns about cultural vandalism the hard way.
Episode 067 – The Energy Beast – In which our heroes plan public holidays to celebrate their own awesomeness.
Episode 068 – Day of the Machines – In which Skeletor adopts the guise of a bitchy office worker.
Episode 069 – The Gamesman – In which King Randor risks Teela’s life because a stranger gave an apple to Orko.
Episode 070 – Fisto’s Forest – In which we meet Eternia’s most dubiously named hero.
Episode 071 – The Rarest Gift of All – In which I genuinely lose the will to live.
Episode 072 – The Great Books Mystery – In which Skeletor makes friends with Eternia’s version of Batman.
Episode 073 – Origin of the Sorceress – In which I court controversy by not particularly caring about the Sorceress.
Episode 074 – Island of Fear – In which Skeletor seems to think that six ships contain the sum total of Eternia’s food supply.
Episode 075 – To Save Skeletor – In which Skeletor bites off more than he can chew.
Episode 076 – The Ice Age Cometh – In which He-Man tries to dig to the centre of Eternia, with no particularly evident purpose.
Episode 077 – Trouble in Trolla – In which Whiplash puts in an unnecessary appearance and ends up locked in a chest.
Episode 078 – Betrayal of Stratos – In which Skeletor demonstrates an unexpected desire to learn how to fly.
Episode 079 – Disappearing Dragons – In which heroes and villains alike unite to hurl insults at a mute robot.
Episode 080 – The Shadow of Skeletor – In which King Randor does some moonlighting as a scientist.
Episode 081 – The Arena – In which He-Man channels his inner Captain Kirk.
Episode 082 – Attack From Below – In which Teela experiences Stockholm Syndrome.
Episode 083 – Into the Abyss – In which Teela falls into the abyss, in case you didn’t know.
Episode 084 – Fraidy Cat – In which Skeletor unrealistically imagines that a mechanical bird can defeat He-Man.
Episode 085 – The Rainbow Warrior – In which Prince Adam learns his secret isn’t quite as secure as he thought.
Episode 086 – A Trip to Morainia – In which Skeletor doesn’t put in the slightest bit of effort.
Episode 087 – Things That Go Bump in the Night – In which the new boy on Skeletor’s team proves less than impressive.
Episode 088 – Three on a Dare – In which Man-at-Arms reveals his rather Victorian ideas about gender politics.
Episode 089 – Just a Little Lie – In which Orko learns a really important lesson about lying, and we all learn with him, and we come away feeling enlightened rather than patronised.
Episode 090 – One For All – In which Teela nearly succeeds in removing Orko from the episode altogether.
Episode 091 – Jacob and the Widgets – In which He-Man demonstrably proves there is no upper limit to his ludicrousness.
Episode 092 – The Littlest Giant – In which He-Man reveals an unnecessary talent for baking.
Episode 093 – Trouble’s Middle Name – In which Negator puts in an unexpected and unwelcome repeat appearance.
Episode 094 – Journey to Stone City – In which Evil-Lyn gets her deviousness on.
Episode 095 – A Bird in the Hand – In which Orko causes a right load of trouble, again.
Episode 096 – Battlecat – In which Man-at-Arms releases an ancient demon and blames everybody else.
Episode 097 – The Time Wheel – In which He-Man goes head-to-head with a boring old king.
Episode 098 – Search for the Past – In which Prince Adam leaps out of a moving Wind Raider for no reason whatsoever.
Episode 099 – Hunt for He-Man – In which an idiot child tries to sell He-Man to Skeletor.
Episode 100 – The Greatest Show on Eternia – In which we meet the most annoying character in all of fiction ever.
Episode 101 – Not So Blind – In which He-Man and Ram-Man take a blind boy to a cave.
Episode 102 – Revenge is Never Sweet – In which He-Man tries on a smashing new helmet.
Episode 103 – The Good Shall Survive – In which He-Man takes time out to solemnly inform the audience not to eat baking soda.
Episode 104 – The Secret of Grayskull – In which we don’t actually find out what the secret of Grayskull is.
Episode 105 – No Job too Small – In which Panthor learns that Prince Adam and He-Man are one and the same.
Episode 106 – The Bitter Rose – In which Orko reveals that his sexual predilections go beyond vanilla.
Episode 107 – The Gambler – In which He-Man prevents Eternia’s version of Chernobyl.
Episode 108 – Teela’s Triumph – In which I finally realise that Man-at-Arms is wearing an all-in-one bodysuit.
Episode 109 – Orko’s New Friend – In which we meet another of Orko’s nice friends, which as usual is a real treat.
Episode 110 – The Problem with Power – In which King Randor reveals that he thinks Skeletor is subtle.
Episode 111 – Double Trouble – In which we’re expected to care when some one-time guest star begins acting evil.
Episode 112 – The Eternia Flower – In which we return to the rich and exciting storyline potential offered by the need to stop 5-year-olds taking cocaine.
Episode 113 – Happy Birthday Roboto – In which Roboto and Modulok make their grand entrances.
Episode 114 – Battle of the Dragons – In which a war between dragons is somehow boring.
Episode 115 – Time Doesn’t Fly – In which I just don’t know what was going through the writer’s head.
Episode 116 – Here, There, Skeletors Everywhere – In which Skeletor goes above and beyond in his efforts to cause mental havoc.
Episode 117 – Beauty and the Beast – In which we witness a fairly pointless retelling of a certain fairytale.
Episode 118 – Orko’s Return – In which Beast-Man and Trapjaw make the elementary mistake of kidnapping Orko.
Episode 119 – Visitors From Earth – In which He-Man takes a nice walk in the vacuum of space.
Episode 120 – Monster on the Mountain – In which He-Man deliberately doesn’t do anything to help.
Episode 121 – The Magic Falls – In which Orko loses his magic, and we’re all expected to give a toss.
Episode 122 – Search for a Son – In which we learn that Man-at-Arms has ripped Mechaneck’s head off.
Episode 123 – Mistaken Identity – In which Modulok builds Eternia’s first railway.
Episode 124 – The Toy Maker – In which Skeletor begins plans to open a sinister version of Toys R Us.
Episode 125 – Bargain with Evil – In which the Starchild returns, to unpopular acclaim.
Episode 126 – Capture the Comet Keeper – In which He-Man indulges himself with a good old-fashioned break-in to Snake Mountain.
Episode 127 – The Ancient Mirror of Avathar – In which Trapjaw chucks it all in to join the Royal Navy Reserves.
Episode 128 – The Games – In which He-Man takes micro-management to a whole new level.
Episode 129 – To Save the Creatures – In which Skeletor tries to ruin King Randor’s birthday party.
Episode 130 – The Cold Zone – In which Kobra Khan forgets to pay the leccy bill.
Season 2 Summary – Wrapping up my reviews of Filmation’s He-Man, here’s a look back at the second season.
Bonus Update: The Lost Episodes of He-Man – Six missing episodes unearthed.
Bonus Update: More Lost Episodes of He-Man – A further six missing episodes see the light of day.