Jackie Chan Adventures

Season 5 Episode 4

Dragon Scouts

Aired Unknown Oct 16, 2004 on The WB
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Episode Summary

The Enforcers are released from prison and are required to finish off their sentence by doing community service. Jackie begins tailing them, watching their every move. They have become suspects in his investigation into the failed attempt by three unknown assailants to steal the valuable golden squid, which is being showcased at the museum. Meanwhile, Jade who quit the buttercup scouts due to sheer boredom has joined the dragon scouts in a quest for more adventure and excitement. Jade becomes very suspicious of three specific members of the scouts when she and Jackie discover that they are the nephews of the Enforcers. She begins following and watching them, hoping to catch the three kids doing something illegal.moreless
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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goof: When Uncle tosses a broom to a levitating Jade to sweep the ceiling, she's able to catch it with both hands, even though she never opened her left hand which is holding the Rooster talisman she's using to fly.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Captured in hardened concrete, the Enforcers reflect on their return to crime and their relationship with their nephews)
        Finn: Who knows? Maybe someday we could redeem ourselves and become the upstanding, law-abiding citizens that they think we are ... Nah.
        Chow: No way.
        Ratso: I don't think so.
        Finn: Scary thought.
        Ratso: Be laughin' if I could breathe.

      • Jade: I quit the buttercups.
        Jackie: Wha? Why?
        Jade: Quilt making, cookie selling. Hello? If I wanted to be bored out of my gourd, I could just hang here with you and Uncle!
        Uncle: You want excitement? Sweep up shop!

      • Jackie: Jade, we must not prejudge. Sometimes the apple falls far from the tree.
        Jade: And hits the ground and turns rotten.

    • NOTES (2)

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