Spinning off from her brother's notoriously concieved and better recieved show, She-Ra followed the same episodic recipe that He-Man cooked to perfection week after week and finished off neatly at the end by a moral lesson. The only difference is that some of the edge (did He-man *really* have edge? Don't let nostalgia fool you, friends....those episodes were pretty saccharine and synthetic) was rounded off as this show was geared towards girls. Or at least their parent's pocket books anyway. 80's cartoons had but one agenda - sell as many of the toys as they possibly can and this show was no exception. This was a thirty minute commercial for whatever cockamamie version of the lead character of that episode (i.e. 'Snort-n-Spit Hordak' or 'Glimmery-skirt She-Ra').
I was great at finding Kowl at the end of each She-Ra episode. They hid him in some technicolor nightmare of a background and at the last second he'd move and reveal his hiding place. BTW, why is it that everytime the two siblings transformed into their alter egos they would get darker? The Power of Greyskull must burn skin like harsh UV rays.