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We Were Set UpFlint: "They're all dead."
Roadblock: "We were set up right from the start. Any and all traces of our existence is terminated."
Roadblock briefs his team on what's happening. They were set up to be eliminated by the President, who authorized the strike against the G.I. Joes.
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Only One ManRoadblock: "They're all dead and only one man could authorize a strike like that. I voted for him."
Roadblock comes to the conclusion that this attack was not from the enemy they thought it was initially. This had to come from someone closer, someone they elected.
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There's One ManFlint: "We have to assume that there's no one we can trust."
Roadblock: "There's one man. There's a reason we call ourselves Joes."
General Joseph Colton: "I'll take two cases of Thin Mints and a box of Chuck-a-Lucks."
When they have few allies, the G.I. Joes turn to an old friend for support. General Joseph Colton, the original G.I. Joe, however isn't too welcoming of his visitors, joking that they're selling Girl Scout cookies.
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The Immortal Words of Jay-ZRoadblock: "In the immortal words of Jay-Z, 'whatever deity may guide my life, dear lord, don't let me die tonight.'"
In a pep talk to his crew, Roadblock shares a Jay-Z quote. With the battle they are facing and with few resources, the Joes might need more than rap lyrics to succeed in this one.
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Security's EarlyRoadblock: "So let me get this straight. One whole weekend of you looking after my little girls."
Duke: "Yep, as long as I can bring this. I love your kids but they live to terrorize me."
Roadblock: "They do. Hey Duke, see that?"
Duke: "Security's early."
Duke and Roadblock are just going about their jobs, discussing Duke watching Roadblock's girls when an attack strikes. This attack however is not from the enemy Cobra however, at least night directly, but a more local source.
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