Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

Season 3 Episode 8

Jungle Prom / Truth or Dare / Sumo Kaz

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Aired Friday 3:00 AM Jun 27, 2006 on Cartoon Network
8.8
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Jungle Prom / Truth or Dare / Sumo Kaz
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Jungle Prom: Ami and Yumi organize a wild dance. Truth or Dare: When Ami and Yumi play a game of Truth or Dare, the game gets out of hand. Sumo Kaz: Kaz tries to become a sumo wrestler.

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  • How could CN do that to Ami and Yumi!!!!???

    10
    Jungle Prom: Defenitly nice episode. Ami and Yumi are in their primitive outfits again(YAY!)



    Truth or Dare: The best out of the three. The girls have a slumber party for the first time how cute. And it was also cute to see the girls in their PJs again. They look so cute in thoses. And who knew Ami and Yumi kept different secrets from eachother.



    Sumo Kaz: 3 things wrong with this one. 1 its about Kaz. 2 Kaz becomes fat and huge(Shivers). And 3 CN turns the sexiest girls on TV into fat slobs. All right CN that draws the line(Walks to CN Studios)I made my point so don't do it again.



    5 out of 5moreless
  • I loved it. Please CN bring it back.

    10
    I love that episode too. I love all episodes. Pretty cool show. I want that show back very bad. Please decide to return it. I love those girls. I loved them very much. Please CN please cre for the puffy fans who love this show wanted to return. Please cartoon network? You guys did great making that show. I want it back, We want it back. Please? I love those gorgeous girls. They are the best cartoon girls I ever seen. Puffy AmiYumi is the best cartoon in CN history. I loved it. Please Cartoon network. Please Sam Register? Please? Pleaseeeeeeeee?moreless
  • Three pretty good cartoons

    7.5
    Jungle Prom was better than I thought it would be. While the plot is a bit shopworn, the dialouge was funny, particularly the "Are you OK?" "No, me Ed" bit, and Myrna's observations about Ed as a man who used to cheat deaths, but now only cheats on his diet. And I liked Renegade's designs on the animals, particularly the lions with the square manes. Truth or Dare would have been better as a comic book story than as a cartoon- the first half of the cartoon is a bit slow in my opinion. It picks up in the second half, when they just show the dares. Best part was Ami chugging the Enormous Gulp soda, which causes her to bloat up like a balloon and float away. Sumo Kaz was also pretty good- Renegade did a good job on the sequence showing Kaz's first day at the Sumo training center. It wasn't the best episode of the series, but all three cartoons had their momentsmoreless
  • Ami and Yumi setting up a dance in the jungle, playing a crazy game of Truth or Dare and Kaz becoming a sumo wrestler? What the hell?

    9.8
    This episode was !@#%en funny! I mean:



    When Ami and Yumi meet a primative guy named Ed, they try to get his divorced wife back.o Ami and Yumi throw a wild dance! Then Yumi sprays zebra scented perfume on everyone and the lions come, but she did that on purpose. Will her plan be a sucess?



    Also, Ami and Yumi have a slumber party and they play a game of Truth or Dare, but it gets out of hand, because Ami and Yumi alway say truth to each other, but they don't wanna say it, so they always pick dare. That's when it gets out of hand. I mean stealing Kaz's favorite teddy bear, painting faces on the faces of the 4 presidents on Mt. Rushmore and drinking a giant container of soda, CRAZY!!



    Last, Kaz defeats a world famous sumo wrestler by accident because he dropped a piece of sushi. Now, Ami and Yumi supersize him, but he is too fat and can't move. He loses the sumo competition and retires from sumo. Then, Ami and Yumi convince Kaz that he's not the only one who has to lose weight on the bus because Ami and Yumi supersize themselves. At the end, Ami makes a joke about being "Puffy" AmiYumi and Yumi explains about how you'll be a lil' desperate with 117 7 minute episodes.



    HA HA HA!! This episode is #1! But I bet the last 5 episodes will be even better. You never know!moreless
  • Ami and Yumi in their new primative outfits again, a truth or dare game gone wrong, and Kaz wants to be a sumo wrestler.

    10
    Jungle Prom was amazing. I got to see Ami and Yumi in their new primative outfits yet again. Good job CN. Keep it up. Truth or Dare was about Ami and Yumi playing a very whacked out version of truth or dare. They ended up doing dares everytime. Sumo Kaz was about Kaz becoming a sumo wrestler. I just hated that Ami and Yumi were fat at the end. Come on CN. That was wrong. You can't have two of the hottest cartoon chicks looking like that. Shame on you CN. Overall, this was a good episode.moreless
Keone Young

Keone Young

Domo

Guest Star

Will Ryan

Will Ryan

Ken Taruwasabi / Sumo Wrestler

Guest Star

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Ed / Lion

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Ami and Yumi are giving invitations to the alligators, the invitations in Yumi's left hand disappear.

    • Yumi said they've been in 117 episodes and breaks the fourth wall with this statement, but it should be noted that this was only the 34th show, so the show isn't even up to that many episodes. Based on the three episodes (at seven minutes per program), this was the 102nd episode. The reference to "117" is that the show was to have been the 39th program made, hence that number. There are (as of this writing) five more shows that follow this.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (The girls handed out invatations to a lot of animals)
      Ami: Wait, we forgot them.
      (Points to a pack of lions and runs towards them)
      Yumi: Uh, I don't think their on the guest list.
      Ami: (to lion) Aren't you the cutest kitty? (The lion starts licking her) Look, Yumi, he's kissing me.
      Yumi: He sampling you!
      Ami: (The lion is about to bite her) Hey, chousto, we came to invite you to a party and this is how thank us?!
      Lion: Sorry.

    • Yumi: (to Ami) I think you're spending way too much time with Kaz.

    • Yumi: Back me up on this Ami: nothing is more boring than watching two tubbos shove each other around, right?
      Ami: YASKETOH! DESTROY! RAVAGE! CAUSE BODILY HARM! (Realizes Yumi's talking to her, than smiles) Sorry, were you saying something?
      Yumi: Never mind...

    • Ed: Now just dust in wind. All we are is dust in wind.

    • Yumi: (addressing the viewer) Sorry for the Puffy joke, folks, but after 117 episodes you get a lil' desperate.

  • NOTES (13)

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • Mt. Rushmore Dare

      The scene where Ami had to had to paint Mt. Rushmore is very similar to the scene in Naruto where Naruto painted/vandalized the Hokage Monument in the very 1st episode.

    • The Jungle Prom Dance

      The jungle/society theme of the dance draws refers to Brandy and Mr. Whiskers and My Gym Partner's A Monkey, both of which have jungle/society themes.

    • Kaz (after he wins the sumo match): "I shook up the world! I shook up the world!" This alludes to Muhammed Ali's remarks made immediately after he upset Sonny Liston to win the heavyweight title in 1964- Ali shouted "I shocked the world! I shocked the world!".

    • In the "Truth or Dare" episode, one of the dares Ami performs is running with the bulls.

      Running of the bulls or el encierro, is a popular ritual in the country of Spain, and involves running in front of bulls let loose on a course of a sectioned-off subset of a town's streets.

      The bulls and Ami run into a shop named, "Pedro's Fine China", hence acting out the expression: like a bull in a China shop. If someone is behaving like a bull in a China shop, they are acting clumsy when they should be being careful.

    • Ed: Now just dust in wind. All we are is dust in wind.

      This is a reference to the hit song, Dust In The Wind by the 1970's classic rock band, Kansas. The actual lyric is "Dust in the wind. All we are is dust in the wind".

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