Shades of Orko is the 90th episode of She-Ra: Princess of Power.
Loo-Kee: "Hi, it's Loo-Kee again. Did you find where I was hiding today? No? Well, I'll give you another chance. Look carefully... I'm over here. In today's story we saw how Shadow Weaver tried to take something that didn't belong to her. And we saw what happened. Remember, if you take something that doesn't belong to you, that's stealing. And stealing is always wrong. Bye now, see you next time."
- Script was approved May 19, 1986 and final script revision took place May 21, 1986.
- Adora is not in this episode. She is in She-Ra form for the entire duration.
- When Light Hope helps the Rebels to transport to Horror Hall, everyone suddenly knows She-Ra's magic words 'For the Honor of Grayskull'.
- The above wasn't entirely necessary because She-ra and the Rebels had been to Horror Hall on their own before. Mind you; the longer it took to get to Horror Hall, the greater the chance that Orko's magic would be used up according to Man-At-Arms.
- The creature that captures Glimmer is a recolored version of Yog from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe episode Song of Celice. Another version was also seen in The Cold Zone.
- During the final battle at Horror Hall, She-Ra uses the same tricks and lines about skates and a circus as He-Man did in the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe episode Three on a Dare.
- Melendy Britt as She-Ra
- Alan Oppenheimer as Man-At-Arms and unnamed villager
- Linda Gary as Glimmer and Shadow Weaver
- George DiCenzo as Bow, Dylamug and unnamed villager
- Erika Scheimer as Loo-Kee
- Lou Scheimer (credited as Erik Gunden) as Orko, Orko's shadow, Grizzlor, Mantenna, Leech, Rattlor and Light Hope
- Big Cartoon Database
- Frank's He-Man page
- Internet Movie Database
- The TVDB
- Ultimate She-Ra Guide
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