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M.A.D. agents have hidden a bomb in the amusement park in Metro City. With the bomb set to go off in a half-hour, M.A.D. is holding the city for ransom. Inspector Gadget must find the bomb.
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Inspector Gadget is the world’s first bionic policeman. Our bumbling detective is equipped with an incredible array of gadgets to help him in his never-ending battles against crime and corruption!
• Inspector Gadget:
is the title character and main protagonist of the series and movies. He dresses like Inspector Clouseau, drives a minivan that can be converted into a police vehicle resembling a cross between a Matra Murena and aToyota Celica, and acts like Maxwell Smart, who was portrayed by Gadget’s primary voice actor Don Adams. The clueless Gadget frequently bungles his cases and gets himself into danger, but he always gets out of trouble either by using his gadgets (sometimes inadvertently), through Penny and/or Brain’s unseen assistance, or by pure luck. Gadget cares about his family often takes risks to protect them, especially Penny. Another trait of Gadget’s personality is that he does not believe in the supernatural. One of his most famous catch-phrases in the series is “Wowsers!” While he would never succeed in completing a mission by himself without Penny and Brain, they usually would not succeed in completing a mission themselves without Inspector Gadget and his gadgets unintentionally foiling the M.A.D. agents’ plans. It is never clarified in the original series if “Gadget” is his code name or his actual name. The 1999 live film names him “John Brown”, indicating it to be a code name.
is Gadget’s precocious and intelligent niece. She is a master of investigation and technology who is the one truly responsible for foiling M.A.D.’s schemes, a fact only Brain knows. Using a computer disguised as a book and a utility wristwatch, she monitors her Uncle Gadget’s activities, communicates with Brain and foils M.A.D.’s plots. Penny often gets captured by M.A.D. agents before calling Brain for help or escaping by herself.
is Inspector Gadget’s and Penny’s pet dog and companion. He is bipedal and intelligent, in the same way as a human. He assists Penny in keeping Gadget out of danger and solving crime. Brain uses a variety of disguises which always fool Gadget, although Gadget usually mistakes him for a M.A.D. agent. Brain’s collar is outfitted with a retractable video communications system linked to a computer wristwatch Penny wears that allows her to relay information on Gadget’s activity or warn Brain as to the whereabouts of M.A.D. agents. Brain can communicate with humans through a gruff, Scooby-Doo-like “dog” voice or pantomime and physical gestures .
• Doctor Claw (Docteur Gang in French):
is the main antagonist of the series and leader of the evil M.A.D. organization. Throughout the entire series, Dr. Claw’s real name is never revealed and His full body is never seen. Only his arms and gauntlet-clad hands are visible, leaving the viewer to guess as to his face and body. He is usually at a computer terminal where he monitors his various schemes, often in a creepy old castle. Although he is aware of Gadget’s idiocy, he believes the Inspector to be his greatest enemy, never fully realizing that it is actually Penny and Brain who foil his plots in each episode (although he or his M.A.D. agents have captured Penny and sometimes Brain a number of times). Dr. Claw’s preferred mode of transportation/escape is the M.A.D. Mobile, a black and red vehicle that can transform into a jet or a submarine. He is always seen with his fat pet cat M.A.D. Cat, who reaps the benefits of his brief victories and bears the brunt of his defeats. Dr. Claw’s catch-phrase is “I’ll get you next time, Gadget! Next time!” It is heard at the end of every episode, during the credits, and is followed by a loud meow from M.A.D. Cat.
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