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'''Ron Friedman''' is an American television writer.
 
'''Ron Friedman''' is an American television writer.
   
Friedman wrote the scripts for the two standalone miniseries and for the miniseries that kicked off seasons 1 and 2. The parallels between the four are unmistakable, with are minor variations.
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Friedman wrote the scripts for the two standalone miniseries and for the miniseries that kicked off seasons 1 and 2. The parallels between the four are unmistakable, with minor variations.
 
*The Joe team is running a routine mission, followed by a Cobra sneak attack.
 
*The Joe team is running a routine mission, followed by a Cobra sneak attack.
 
*Duke is captured by Cobra in the first episode of the miniseries.
 
*Duke is captured by Cobra in the first episode of the miniseries.

Latest revision as of 17:24, March 30, 2020

Ron Friedman is an American television writer.

Friedman wrote the scripts for the two standalone miniseries and for the miniseries that kicked off seasons 1 and 2. The parallels between the four are unmistakable, with minor variations.

  • The Joe team is running a routine mission, followed by a Cobra sneak attack.
  • Duke is captured by Cobra in the first episode of the miniseries.
  • There is a Cobra invention that can be used to subjugate the world.
  • Joe and Cobra meet at 3 or more separate locations with exotic names to retrieve components.
  • The Joes meet a stranger along the way that helps them.
  • A Cobra agent double crosses Cobra Commander in the final episode.
  • The Joes launch an all-out attack on the Cobra hideout.

Friedman also wrote the 1987 feature film, G.I. Joe: The Movie.

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