Samurai Jack

Season 4 Episode 6

XLV: Scotsman Saves Jack (Part 1 of 2)

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Aired Saturday 12:30 AM Aug 23, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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While traveling the Scotsman finds Samurai Jack . . . working as a waiter named ‘Brent Worthington.' The Scotsman "rescues" the amnesiac Jack from bounty hunters and realizes that Jack was injured by the tango beast. He follows the trail from the tango beast to a bar of bounty hunters to a sea captain to a chart that directs them to "The Great Unknown." The Scotsman hires a ship to take them there.moreless

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    Phil LaMarr

    Phil LaMarr

    Vender #1/Mato

    Guest Star

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Ancient Mariner/Gill King/Ticket Guy

    Guest Star

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    Hunter #2/Customer/Tango Beast

    Guest Star

    John DiMaggio

    John DiMaggio

    Scotsman

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • It was incredibly conventient that the Scotsman was riding on the boat that Jack was serving on after such a short time for there to be "sandal tracks."

    • QUOTES (5)

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The Ancient Mariner:
        The "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" was an epic poem written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1798. In the poem, a cursed sailor tells his horrible story of a haunted voyage to a passerby (the sailor committed a horrible sin on the voyage, and is thus cursed to forever tell the story to whoever will listen); the poem is quite a hair-raiser, and it is anything but short (still, it is an excellent work of literature, which may explain why Jack liked it).

      • Many Speakers: The references to Star Wars (mostly Episode IV) are numerous.
        First, the Scotsman says "I have a bad feeling about this" before the fish men appear, a line quoted by at least one character in every Star Wars movie. Second, the Scotsman calls the seaport a "wretched hive of scum and villainy," just as Ben Kenobi describes Mos Eisley in Ep. IV. Third, the Scottsman's and Jack's bargaining with the ship captain is a lot like how Ben and Luke bargain with Han Solo in the Mos Eisley Cantina in Ep. IV. Also, the bounty hunter that threatens the Scotsman at the beginning looks a lot like Greedo (again, from Ep. IV). (editor's note: and meets an equally ignominous fate. Also, at the beginning the camera pans across a bounty hunter who looks a lot like an armored Boba Fett.)

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