"Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior" is an episode of the series Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. This episode marks the return of Da Bearz who first appeared in "The Robotnik Express". In this episode, Big Mike changes his name to Mad Mike. This is also one of the few episodes where Sonic calls Tails by his real name, Miles.
This episode was written by Doug Booth.
- Big Griz
- Big Mike
- Dr. Robotnik
- Updike (First appearance)
- Rabbit Villagers (First and only appearance)
- Robot Dragonflies (First and only appearance)
- An Alligator (First and only appearance)
- Toad Warriors (First and only appearance)
- Sir Humongous (First and only appearance)
- Dragon Truck (First and only appearance)
- Junk Yard
- Hollowed out Hilltop Interrogation Center
- A Swamp
- Rabbit Village
- A Just add water dehydrated castle
- Used Car Salesman
- WWI German Interrogator
A Rabbit named Updike is trying to escape from Scratch and Grounder. He is quickly rescued by Tails who takes him to Sonic. Sonic is hanging out in the junk yard with his old friends, Big Griz and Big Mike, Da Bearz. Updike shows Sonic that Dr. Robotnik is making his village build a large statue of himself. The people will not be given any food unless they work. Sonic declares that he is going to help.
Tails fixes a large truck with help from Da Bearz. While Da Bearz take the truck for a test drive, Scratch and Grounder burrow underground in Robotnik's Egg-o-Matic Tunnelizer and Town Terrorizer. The Badniks tunnel up through the ground right in front of Sonic. Scratch grabs Updike, but Sonic distracts him dressed as a used car salesman. Sonic convinces Scratch and Grounder to test drive an old car. They crash into a pile of beat up cars. One of the cars from the pile falls on Big Mike knocking him unconscious. Seeing that he is defenseless, Scratch and Grounder capture Big Mike. They escape dragging Big Mike under the car being pulled by the Egg-o-Matic Tunnelizer and Town Terrorizer. Sonic attempts to follow them, but Scratch throws dynamite, stopping Sonic in his tracks.
Scratch and Grounder begin interrogating Big Mike in a hollowed out hilltop interrogation center. Sonic shows up dressed like a German Captain from World War I. Sonic convinces Scratch and Grounder to reveal all their secrets and traps to Big Mike and Sonic listens and writes them down. Sonic frees Big Mike and they escape. Sonic apologizes for making Big Mike mad. Big Mike assures Sonic that he likes being mad.
After driving through some traps in their truck, Sonic, Tails, Updike and Da Bearz are pursued by the Toad Warriors. Big Mike says he is now Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior. By dumb luck, the Toad warriors are defeated.
Scratch and Grounder add water to a pill which creates a castle. The Castle is stormed by Da Bearz, Sonic and Tails. Updike stays with the truck. Sonic introduces Da Bearz as Sir Griz the big and Sir Mike the mad. Scratch and Grounder run away and create a giant Black Knight robot which chases Da Bearz. Sonic walkie talkies Updike and tells him to press the red button in the truck. Updike presses it and the truck transforms into a robot dragon. The dragon flames the Black Knight and he runs away.
Sonic and the gang deliver the truck to the rabbits in Updike's village. The truck is full of Chili Dogs which all the rabbits eat and rejoice. The rabbits then turn on Robotnik and chase him up his statue. Robotnik escapes in his Egg-o-Matic. Sonic redesigns Robotnik's statue to depict Da Bearz.
Updike finds Grounder's headache pills. Sonic teaches him not to take pills that are prescribed to someone else.
- "The only way a secret booby trap is a secret is if no one knows, you big booby! So shut your trap!" - Scratch
- "I'm miles ahead of you Miles. I mean Tails, old Buddy" - Sonic, "Hey!" - Tails
- This episode's writer, Doug Booth also wrote "The Robotnik Express", the first appearance of Da Bearz.
- The robotic Dragonflies in this episode could possibly be meant to be Buzz Bomber, though their names are never mentioned.
- When Sonic dresses like a used car salesman, his clothes are very similar to those of Wes Weasely.
- Sonic uses a German accent while in one of his disguises in this episode. He also uses a German accent in the episode "The Robot's Robot" where he dresses as an Albert Einstein inspired Professor.
- This episode's title is named after the character Mad Max, the Road Warrior.
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