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Dojo Kanojo Cho
Master Fung (Season 2+)
Look Hard: After Wuya's palace collapses and the magic brings the world green again, it also fixes the Reversing Mirror in the spot where Wuya busted it in Days Past.
LOOK CLOSELY: When Kimiko shatters her prison bars (iced by Omi). She can be seen giving a "V for Victory" handsign. This action is common in anime, which makes sense, given Kimiko's Japanese heritage and the fact that the show has been advertised as anime-inspired.
In this episode, Dashi and Dojo were arguing about if they hid the sands of time in Europe or Egypt, but in sands of time, they find the Shen Gong Wu in a small pyramid in master Fung's garden.
Goof: Watch Omi closely as he uses the Orb of Tornami, along with his element, to freeze objects and enemies. You can hear actress Tara Strong say "Ice", but the animation has Omi saying "Water".
Dashi and Dojo argue with each other that they hid their time travelling Shen Gon Wu n Egypt or Europe. However in the episode The Sands of Time we find out that the Sands of Time was hidden at the Xiaolin Temple which is in Asia.
When the Xiaolin Warriors and Jack were trapped in the dungeons, it can be clearly seen that if they wanted to, they could just sqeeze through the bars quite easily and escape.
Grandmaster Dashi states to Omi that he has no time travelling shen gong wu, yet at the beginning of their showdown in the previous episode Dashi had sent Dojo to get the Sands of Time to time their showdown. This meant that the Sands of Time were close at hand and Dashi is either an idiot, or he was lying.
(Reply: Maybe Dashi didn't want to make it easy for Omi and wanted to test his initiative to see if Omi could figure it out.)
In Omi's flashback his sash was black, did going through time affect his status as a Xiaolin Dragon?
When the world is changing back to normal, the Reversing mirror is seen. However, in the previous episode, Wuya destroyed it. (Reply: The Reversing Mirror's destruction was a side effect of Wuya's resurrection, same as with the valley's desolation. When Wuya was trapped in the puzzle box, everything she did as a human was undone, including the valley's and the Reversing Mirror's restoration.)
As Dojo and the others fly away, the Reversing Mirror (now restored) can be seen leaning against a rock. This probably means that they left the other Shen-Gong-Wu as well, which means if Wuya is ever released (and we know she will be) she could use the Serpent's Tail in combination with the Mirror once again. (Reply: We find out in the next episode that the Warriors took all the Shen-Gong-Wu as they left the collapsing palace.)
(After Wuya offers Raimundo anything he wants)
Raimundo: I want my friends. (Then opens the Puzzle Box)
Wuya: Huh! What are you doing? (gets blinded by the light from the box, then a ghostly form of Dashi comes out)
Dashi: Whoa! Wuya, the years have not been kind. (Then phases through Wuya's body)
Wuya: Nooooooooooooooooooooo!! (Then she changes back into her original ghost form, and Raimundo watches)
Wuya: (Changed back into a ghost and started getting sucked into the Puzzle Box) NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! (Then gets locked inside the Puzzle Box)
Dashi: (to Raimundo) Well done, Dragon of the Wind!
(After Jack takes off)
Raimundo: So, I guess it's back to the same ol' same ol', huh?
Kimiko: Yep, training...
Clay: Finding Shen-Gong-Wu...
Omi: And stopping evil wherever it may rise.
Raimundo: Wouldn't have it any other way.
Dashi: Sorry, kid. I don't have a time-travelling Shen-Gong-Wu.
Dojo: Well, not anymore.
Dashi: We had one...
Dojo: But we buried it in Egypt.
Dashi: No, Europe!
Dojo: Don't you patronize me! I can remember with exact precision where we hid each and every Shen-Gong-Wu!
Dashi: The point is, we don't have it anymore. (clamps Dojo's mouth shut) Europe.
Wuya: Raimundo has proven his loyalty time and again, and that's because I can give him anything he wants.
Wuya: Toys, money, Canada. Name it and it's yours.
Wuya: Crush them.
Raimundo: Wuya, wait! You can't just squish them like that!
Wuya: Oh, Raimundo, you're quite right. No need to make a mess in my throne room. Go to the dungeon ... and then crush them.
Wuya: (about Dashi) He always was a fool. A smart dresser, but a fool.
(After the Jack-bots blow up one of Wuya's rock monsters)
Jack: Yeah, that's my boys! Shiftin' gears, and kickin' rears!
Omi: Does anyone have a blanket?
Kimiko: No, but how about a big warm hug, you clever monk you!
(Kimiko hugs Omi)
Omi: (blushing) That will do!
Kimiko: Omi! How did you get here?
Omi: Well, Kimiko, it is a story of both suprises and heartwarming cheer ...
(Begins to go into flashback until cut off by Jack)
Jack: (to Omi) Yeah, hate to interrupt your already riveting tale, but do you think you could get us out of here before Wuya comes and makes us all crispy?
Dashi: Whoa, Wuya! The years have not been kind.
Omi: The only way I could get to the future was by waiting, so that's what I did.
Clay: You waited?
Dojo: For 1,500 years?
Kimiko: But you don't have wrinkles or liver spots.
Jack: Or that old person smell.
Jack: Come on! There's gotta be a way we can get out of here.
Kimiko: We?! You're not one of us. You tried to go back to Wuya, remember?
Jack: Hey, what can I say? I like to keep my options open.
Jack: Next time we meet, we're enemies again. But maybe sometime, if we're not fighting over Shen-Gong-Wu, we could all go for ice cream. My treat.
Omi: That would be nice. We could get a monday.
Omi: Even better.
This is the first episode where a Xiaolin Showdown did not happen.
This is the last episode that Raimundo is seen wearing his original outfit.
Jack is still evil.
Wuya has different eyes in here than in the previous episode. In this episode, she has eyes totally green and the spirals she had as a spirit. In Days Past, Wuya has green eyes and pupils.
Wuya changes back into a spirit near the end of this episode by Dashi.
2nd Time Kimiko hugs Omi and kisses Raimundo for the 1st time.
When Jack is in his lair with the monks, after he defeats one of Wuya's rock golems' with his Jack bots. While he says raise the roof, you can see a peace symbol above him.
Dojo and Dashi both had the "Whoa, Wuya! The years have not been kind!" reaction after seeing Wuya for the first time after she was released from the first puzzle box!
Kimiko kissed Raimundo on the cheek as the Warriors were flying away on Dojo after the palace collapsed.
Ratings: 3.9/16. The average for this week was 3.1/14.
Apparently, after Wuya was defeated, the Warriors took all the Shen-Gong-Wu she and Raimundo had off-screen. Those Shen-Gong-Wu are the Serpent's Tail, Reversing Mirror, Lotus Twister, and the Golden Tiger Claws.
Katnappé has a short cameo at the end.
Dashi mentions a time traveling Shen-Gong-Wu buried in Europe, but Dojo insists that it is buried in Egypt. (Reply: Dojo is right. It is in Egypt, but not burried).
Wuya is now a ghost and is trapped in the puzzle box once again.
Raimundo has rejoined the Xiaolin Dragons.
Raimundo rejected the chance to become a Xiaolin Apprentice, saying that he is not yet ready.
No new Shen-Gong-Wu were revealed in this episode.
This marks the first time a Xiaolin Showdown didn't take place.
Kimiko doesn't change her hairstyle in this episode.
The Reversing Mirror gets restored back to its original form.
Side note: When Dashi congratulated the Wind Dragon (Raimundo), the voice actor Tom Kenny was talking to himself.
When Dashi's ghost appears, Wuya's voice sounds like the way it sounded as a ghost.
Title: Citadel of Doom
The title could be a reference to the book Citadel of Chaos.
Jack: No problem, Opie.
Jack, once again, refers to Omi as Opie, who was the son of Andy Griffith on The Andy Griffith Show.
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