Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 113

    Demon of Despair! Meklord Astro Mekanikle

    Aired 11/17/10

  • S 4 : Ep 112

    Giant Emperor Obstructs! Meklord Emperor Granel

    Aired 10/27/10

  • S 4 : Ep 111

    Gjallarhorn! Countdown to Death

    Aired 9/22/10

  • S 4 : Ep 110

    The Immortal Three Aesir! Roar, Majestic Star Dragon!

    Aired 9/15/10

  • S 4 : Ep 109

    Iliaster's Three Emperors

    Aired

  • Cast & Crew
  • Frank Frankson

    Yusei Fudo

  • Ted Lewis (II)

    Jack Atlas

  • Kether Donohue

    Luna

  • Tara Sands

    Leo

  • Bella Hudson

    Akiza Izinski

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  • show Description
  • In the futuristic city of New Domino, a brand new set of duels called Turbo Duels are the popular style of dueling. These duels use motorcycle like vehicles known as Duel Runners and usually take place on a set course. In the run down Satellite sector, Yusei Fudo plans to escape to New Domino City and reclaim his most powerful card that was stolen by his rival Jack Atlas. However, once Yusei arrives in the city he becomes wrapped up in a plot run by Sector Security Director Rex Goodwin. Goodwin is trying to gather certain duelists in order for them to save the world, but his methods are anything but ordinary. Once gathered, these special duelists, known as The Signers, must band together in order to stop a threat that threatens the safety of the world.moreless

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  • Quotes (13)

    • Tank: So, where you been, Yuse? Yusei: The tunnels, testing a New acceleration chip. Tank: So, are You gonna tell us if the new chip worked out, or what? Blitz: Duh, Tank, does it look like it worked? Tank: I guess not. although, hey, your other runner looked great on TV-- Blitz: Tank! Tank: Just trying to make our friend fell better is all! that is Yusei's Duel Runner. I mean, if it weren't for Jack double-crossing Yuse and stealing His ride, Yuse would have been given that interview. Well, cause Jack got all famous with Yuse's Runner, all the fame, Fortune, and Glory are Jack's Now. Blitz: Tank! Tank: What?

    • Rally: It should be a piece of cake to break through the Pipe Line right? Yusei: Yeah. Rally: It's finally going to happen tonight, isn't it? Yusei: I'm going one more time. Time me.

    • Jack: You cannot defeat me. Yusei: Is it because you're the king? Jack: Yes. It's because I'm the king, Come on, Battle!

    • (After the Duel Ends in Armstrong's Defeat) Armstrong: Put em both into lockdown! Yusei: What?! Alex: But what about our deal? Armstrong: We don't have any deal. Take them both away, now! Goodwin: I don't think so, Mr. Armstrong. I saw the entire duel, and the only person going away is you I'm afraid. I don't see how the facility can be run effectively if no trust exists between the guards and the inmates. Pack your things, Armstrong. You're Fired.

    • MC: Can our mystery duelist come back from this? Does she have a chance? Will I understand anything Sir Randsborg says in this duel?

    • Hunter: I'm not gonna take this loss lying down...Heh...I probably should've stood up before I said that...

    • Zigzix: We've captured her power! Now I can pay off my student loan!

    • Carly: (about Misty) I think fame has made her two tacos short of a fiesta.

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    Notes (63)

    • Blair (or someone who looks like her) from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, makes a cameo appearance as one of the cheerleaders.

    • In this episode, two boys who look similar to Rex Raptor and Weevil Underwood are seen getting ready to duel. Although in the English adaptation, they are not seen.

    • In the dub version, Yusei and Trudge seemed to know one another from time spent at some kind of academy. In the original, Yusei and Trudge are meeting for the first time in this episode.

    • In the dub version, Rally is framed for stealing the chip by Trudge, who is working for Jack. The situation is different in the original version, where Rally actually does steal the chip and Jack has nothing to do with it.

    • In the original Yusei was not afraid of insects.

    • Lenny, Lug, and Larry's names come from closed captions.

    • In the original version, Turbo Booster wasn't Rally's father's card, or at least no-one said it was. It was simply Rally's favorite card.

    • A scene from the original is cut out of the dub. After Mina reports that Jack is missing, Goodwin gets very angry and starts to strangle her. She makes a frightened apology, after which he calms down and lets her go.

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    Trivia (138)

    • The Duel between Yusei and Trudge ends in a similar manner to the first duels in the previous Yu-Gi-Oh! series. In all three series, the protagonist defeats their opponent's monster, with an ATK of 3000, and wins the duel. In the first series, Yugi defeated Kaiba's Blue Eyes White Dragon and in the second, Jaden defeated Crowler's Ancient Gear Golem. Here, Yusei defeats Trudge's Montage Dragon.

    • Featured Duels: Jack vs Hunter Pace, Yusei vs. Trudge

    • Trudge is based on Ushio, the bully to Joey, Tristan, and Yugi in the first Yu-Gi-Oh! series.

    • This series introduces a new kind of summoning called Synchro Summon. A new kind of dueling is also introduced: Riding Duel. Duelists must ride their Duel Runners and use them as duel disks.

    • Unlike Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, which did not take place in Domino City except for a few episodes, this series goes back to the original setting, now known as New Domino City.

    • Featured Duel: Yusei vs Larry

    • Jack telling Yusei he can't just win with monsters is the same thing that Yugi had to teach Joey in the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series.

    • Lenny apparently removes his "Pinch Hopper" and an "Insect Knight" from play to summon "Doom Dozer". However, there could not have been any "Insect Knight" in his Graveyard at the time, as no move he made could have put one there. (The Insect he discarded to pay the cost of "Insect Costume" was clearly another "Metal Armored Bug").

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    Allusions (4)

    • Yanagi's ace Monster, "Crystal Skull", is based on the famous Crystal Skulls, a collection of artifacts that are supposedly from Latin America and are pre-Columbian in origin, but whose authenticy is questionable. These artifacts are the focus of the movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

    • The episode title is a reference to the movie "A Walk To Remember".

    • Roman quoted "What a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive". This is one of the five famous quotations of Sir Walter Scott.

    • The title of this episode is an allusion to the popular catchphrase from game show "To Tell the Truth". This consists of a panel attempting to identify a described contestant with an unique characteristic. The contestant described is accompanied by two people who also pretend to be this unique character. The panel question the three contestants to try and discover their true identity. The two "fakes" are allowed to lie but the described character has "to tell the truth". At the end of the show the presenter states "Will the real _____ please stand up?" revealing their true identity.

  • Fan Reviews (22)
  • This show is better in Japanese.

    By dbret12, Jul 09, 2013

  • Yu-Gi-Oh good

    By riptie0777, Apr 14, 2012

  • Although you aren't able to see this in actual 5D, it's still worth your time.

    By Egg_Bomb, Jan 01, 2012

  • The show that makes: Card Games on Motorcycles Work!

    By zZPH1LL1PZz, Aug 31, 2010

  • I think Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's is a really good show to watch for any ages.

    By EternalDark336, Sep 10, 2011