|The only thing he hates more than igloos? Army planes.|
breaking igloos left and right
|Has he no respect for these Eskimos' boot game?|
After the orca rampage, SAVAGE shows up on snow windsurfers to capture everybody,
|Judging by the lines, there were ice skates on those windsurfers too?|
Rambo rounds up KAT and Turbo and goes to check things out. The orca, taking a page straight out of Jaws' playbook, destroys the back of their boat
and tries to get KAT to slide into his mouth.
KAT avoids being Quinted, however, by jumping onto a floating piece of ice, then Rambo rescues her by jumping onto the other edge of the ice piece, catapulting her back onto the boat. The orca—which we can now see has cybernetic implants!—begins chasing Rambo across the ice floe. Rambo's only recourse is to shoot a bunch of icicles, which fall onto the killer whale, causing it to sink into a deep depressive state.
|I'm not joking.|
The next morning, Rambo feeds Korak a couple of fish and instantly a strong bond with him.
The new besties immediately embark on an infiltration mission together down to SAVAGE's undersea base.
Rambo, holding onto Korak's dorsal fin, is disguised as a conspicuous mass of seaweed, and General Warhawk lets them in, thinking that Korak has a message for them. So presumably he has some way of conversing with Korak, but sadly, we never see it, because Rambo—in his only moment of weakness ever—is soon held at gunpoint. Luckily, Korak uses his tail to fling Sgt. Havoc into the fray, allowing Rambo to blow up the base and escape in a submersible.
Our two heroes share a tender look as they escape to freedom,
|"Rambo love Korak."|