Jane And the Dragon

Season 1 Episode 22

MisMatched

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Aired Sunday 11:00 AM Jul 16, 2006 on YTV
9.7
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When Jane and Gunther get out of hand, Sir Theodore decides to settle their differences in the sparring arena. But when Pepper mistakes the two competitors tussling for hugging, she inadvertently starts a rumour that Jane and Gunther are sweethearts.

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  • Best episode in a brilliant series.

    10
    I love every episode in this series, but Mismatched really stands out for me. Not only is the plot interesting, quirky, and completely funny, but the animation, dialogue, voice acting and soundtrack are all worked to maximum effect. This episode is a truly enjoyable viewing experience.



    The characters and interaction was handled beautifully, and those of us who not-so-secretly 'ship Gunther/Jane need not dispair.Those two have someting that I truly hope to see be explored further.



    Jester/Jane-ers can rest easy too, and those who don't even care about that sort of thing. this episode has something for everyone. This is a truly, truly wonderful piece of entertainment.moreless
  • This is a VERY cute show!

    10
    In this show, it shows that what you say really does count. Jane and Gunther I think are hiding their feeling towards eachother, but when a rumer starts...there true feelins come out. This show never ceases to amaze me. I watch it every Sunday and the Episodes are VERY creative. I was so happy to get a sneak peak, and believe me...its good! I always wanted Jane and Gunther to be together! They would make a very cute couple. Anyways, to make matters short, watch this show, let alone this episode, and you will be HOOKED! Its for all ages so dont think that its a child show. Yet another 10 score and 2 Thumbs Up...WAY, WAY up for Jane and the Dragon!moreless

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