Season 2 Episode 26

Z is for Zenith

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Dec 23, 2006 on Toon Disney



  • Trivia

    • Nitpick: When the Regents "regent up", the animation shows green circles around them indicating that they had "glamoured" themselves rather than using the usual lightning to transform.

    • Goof: As soon as Cassidy escapes from the Heart of Meridian, she wears her mortuary dress from "M is for Mercy", whereas a moment later she's still seen in her Guardian outfit.

  • Quotes

    • Irma: Was that...
      Cornelia: Vance Michael Justin? Uh, and my hair is a mess!
      Taranee: Uh, priorities, please!
      Hay Lin: Yeah, priorities! Besides, he can't even see us...
      Will: Come on. One last strike. We can take him!
      Irma (hopefully): Vance?

    • Miranda: Off of me, Passling meat!
      Blunk: Hahaa! Beasty girl never had dinner fight back before!

    • Sylla: Babes with wings fighting a giant snake… What will they think of next?

    • Will (kissing Matt): I was always a sucker for doomed romance…
      Irma: Yo, Romeo and Drooliet! We've got a mega-battle coming!

    • Matt: I need to borrow your familia— uh… your family cat.
      Lilian: What do you want Napoleon for?
      Matt: Well… now, that's a perfectly good question… Uh, see, I…um…
      Lilian: Oh, just take him. He keeps blocking the T.V.

    • Miranda: My Lord.
      Cedric: Oh, my Love.
      Irma: My lunch…
      Hay Lin: Ewwww!

    • Hay Lin: Did he just...
      Irma: Swallow Phobos whole? Oh yeah.

    • Blunk: Hurry, Mama! Help chew Blunk free! (Mama chomps him) Ow! Chew Blunk free, not chew Blunk!!!

    • Miranda: Ah, passling meat, my favorite.
      Blunk: Blunk look better than taste!

  • Notes

    • Before the US premiere on December 23, 2006 on Toon Disney, this episode aired in the UK on November 17, 2006 on Jetix.

  • Allusions

    • Will's comment about "doomed romance" and Irma's comment about "Romeo and Drooliet" reference Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.

    • The shot of the Tracker's empty suit of clothes, pointy hat poking out, is an homage to the Wizard of Oz scene in which Dorothy melts the Wicked Witch.