The Perils of Peekablue is the 80th episode of She-Ra: Princess of Power.
Loo-Kee: "Hi! Here's Loo-Kee again. Did you find my hiding place today? If not, try again. Do you see me? Here I am! In today's adventure, Shadow Weaver controlled Peekablue's mind, and made her do wrong. Drugs can do this to you. They can mix you up so much that you can't tell the difference between right and wrong. So please, if someone offers you drugs, say 'no'. See you next time."
- Princess Adora
- Flutterina (cameo) (non speaking role)
- Loo-Kee (cameo)
- Swift Wind (mentioned)
- Prince Adam (cameo) (non speaking role)
- Cringer (cameo) (non speaking role)
- Orko (cameo) (non speaking role)
- Royal Palace (appears in Peekablue's vision)
- Melendy Britt as She-Ra/Princess Adora
- Linda Gary as Glimmer and Shadow Weaver
- George DiCenzo as Hordak, Bow and Keeber
- Erika Scheimer as Peekablue and Loo-Kee
- Lou Scheimer (credited as Erik Gunden) as Peck and Horde Troopers
Behind the Scenes
- Script was approved August 8, 1985 and final script revision took place March 27, 1986.
- This episode is the only one of either series in which Prince Adam appears but He-Man does not.
- The Grabbers used by Hordak were originally called Snatchers in early versions of the script.
- Peekablue resides in a cottage in this story, much less extravagant than the temple she inhabited in He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special.
- Peck's character model is reused from King Micah from the episode Micah of Bright Moon, but coloured differently.
- Hordak once again blasts apart a statue with the word 'Obey' on it in his throne room, which he did earlier in Into Etheria and He Ain't Heavy. This time his arm cannon has a new look, resembling an old fashioned cannon with wheels. He will destroy it again in Glimmer Come Home, using the same cannon as in The Perils of Peekablue. The transformation into this particular cannon was also seen in A Talent for Trouble and Sweet Bee's Home.
- When Adora, Bow and Glimmer are discussing their escape from the dungeon, the background remains the same as the shot switches between characters.
- When Bow (voiced by George DiCenzo) is trying to free Glimmer from the Grabber, the grunts he utters are actually those of He-Man (John Erwin).
- Big Cartoon Database
- Frank's He-Man page
- Internet Movie Database
- The TVDB
- Ultimate She-Ra Guide
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