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Dojo Kanojo Cho
Master Fung (Season 2+)
How is Omi the only one in his Xiaolin suit? (Reply: Omi was raised at the Xiaolin Temple since he was a baby. Therefore, he has no regular clothes, only his uniform.)
Look Hard: When Wuya's castle is built in this episode, when the two pillars go up, you can see a block of ice with Omi in it. This is a hint of how Omi gets back to the future in Citadel of Doom.
It is possible that Grandmaster Dashi is based on Rigen Daishi, a Buddhist monk from 874, famous for building the site of Daigoji Temple. Daishi (also Shobo), was also known as the Great Master of Holy Treasures, which, in Xiaolin Showdown, could be taken to mean the Shen-Gong-Wu.
In the episode The Journey of a Thousand Miles, the scroll showed Wuya with purple hair. Why does she now have red hair? (Reply: The color in the scroll in the first episode were desaturated, meaning that color was toned down, therefore not showing Wuya's true color.)
In Mala Mala Jong, Omi, Clay and Kimiko become Xiaolin Apprentices, receiving red and yellow sashes to signify this. However, in this episode and in future episodes, the sash is blue.
(Reply: They got the blue sash when they were graduated to Wudai Warriors).
At the end of In the Flesh, the Warriors (besides Raimundo, of course) had become Xiaolin Apprentices, but they still had their black sashes. Yet in this episode, they have their blue Xiaolin Apprentice sashes from the start.
Both times that Omi had used his Orb/Water power he learned as a Xiaolin Apprentice, he declared "Ice" rather than his element, Water. (Reply: Ice is a property of water (solid). If Omi had all the properies of water, he should be able to do liquid and gas, as well as solid.)
The Golden Tiger Claws on Raimundo's hand switch from left to right throughout the episode.
When did Omi, Clay, and Kimiko change back into their uniforms? And where did they get the Eye Of Dashi? Wasn't that Shen-Gong-Wu back at the Temple?
Dojo: Hah! Joke's on you Wuya, you broke the Reversing Mirror, 7 years bad luck. IN...YOUR...FACE!
Wuya: Actually, since it's the Reversing Mirror, it's 7 years good luck.
Dojo: Ooo, never thought of that.
(then runs away screaming.)
Omi: (struggling with puzzle box) I cannot open this puzzle box.
Dashi: It will open when the one who needs it to do so, does so.
Dojo: Yeah, this kind of stuff drives me nuts, too.
Dashi: It'll work when the time comes. Trust me.
Jack: Okay, evil time machine set for 1500 years ago. Use the Eye of Dashi baby!
Kimiko: Okay, EYE OF DASHI!!!... and don't call me baby.
Jack: (Riding Dojo) Please stop the undulating!
Clay: Are you kiddin'? The undulatin's the best part. Ain't you ever ridden a dragon before?
(Jack throws up in Clay's hat)
Aw, come on, now!
Dojo: Let's spell it together, shall we? N-U-T J-O-B.
Dojo: I know this is a bit of a stretch, but what if we poured a bucket of glue over her?
Kimiko: Glue? That's supposed to stop Wuya's evil reign of terror?
Dojo: I'm talking about a really BIG bucket of glue!
Man: Sorry kid; I don't keep up with current events.
Omi: Then you must be a layabout of the highest order!
Dojo: Hey Dashi! Good news and bad news! Good news: I hid the Wings of Tinabi in that well, just like you asked.
Omi: (quizzical) Dojo?
Dojo: Bad news: ...I accidentally washed your white shirt with your red socks. (holds up pink shirt)
Omi: (pause) Dashi?
Omi: I (pause) lost.
Dashi: Hang on, kid. There's still one tactic you haven't tried.
Omi: (pause) May I have the pebble, please?
Dashi: Sure. (gives Omi the pebble).
Omi: The only person who ever defeated
Wuya was Grandmaster Dashi.
Dojo: Well, you missed him by about 1500 years, kid. Good luck trying to ask him.
Omi: And now, with my mission complete, I must return to the future! (pause) Which I have no idea how to do.
(Cut to new scene)
Kimiko: (angrily) What do you mean you don't know how to get him back?!
Jack: Behold! Jack Spicer's evil time machine!
Kimiko: You are so overusing the word "evil".
Jack: Hey, I'm trying to build a brand here.
Dojo: Oh, and, uh .. tell Dashi I'm sorry about the shirt.
Omi: The shirt?
Dojo: He'll know.
Clay: What you did to my hat, Jack .. well, it just ain't right.
Jack:Stop whining. You're lucky I had a light breakfast.
Jack: All this time I thought you were these amazing Xiaolin geniuses. But you're just as lame as I am. Ha ha ha! Wait, that didn't come out right.
Clay: Why would Jack, evil boy genius, want Wuya, evil witch hag, defeated?
Omi: Because Jack has finally rejected the ways of evil.
Jack: Unh! I'm still evil right down to my greedy black heart.
Omi: Ok. Then count me among the confused!
Dojo: Ha! Joke's on you, Wuya! You broke the Reversing Mirror! Seven years bad luck! IN-YOUR-FACE!
Wuya: Actually, since it's the Reversing Mirror, it's seven years good luck.
Dojo: (deflating) Ooh. Hadn't thought of that. Crud.
Wuya: (to rock golem) Tell the Prime Minister it's either unconditional surrender, or I'll knock his jolly old island to the bottom of the Atlantic.
Kimiko: Please be careful, Omi.
Omi: I will have the legendary Grandmaster to protect me. But may I have another hug?
Kimiko: I think he's ready.
The first time we get to see Wuya's true form.
Omi created two casual loops in this episode. He created Gong-Yi-Tam-Pi,and he created the name Xiaolin Showdown.
This marks the first time Raimundo wins a regular Xiaolin Showdown.
In this episode we find out how the Xiaolin Showdown got its name. It turned out that Dashi decided to use the name after Omi mentioned it at one point.
This is the first appearance of Grand Master Dashi ( not counting The Journey of a Thousand Miles where we see the battle between Dashi and Wuya on the ancient scrolls).
The animation is more anime style now.
In the showdown, Omi chases Dashi through MC Escher's optical illusions.
Although no Shen-Gong-Wu are revealed, two are mentioned. The Wings of Tinabi, which Dojo says he hid in a well, and the Sands of Time, an hourglass that is used during Omi and Dashi's Showdown.
As Wuya raises her palace, Omi can be seen falling from the sky, frozen in a block of ice and holding the Orb of Tornami. This is a spoiler for the next episode.
Ratings: 3.7/16. The average for this week was 3.3/16.
Updated credits include two new villains with Katnappé and Mala Mala Jong alongside them.
Showdown: Omi vs. Dashi - Grab the pebble out of Dashi's hand before time runs out.
The Reversing Mirror was destroyed.
No new Shen-Gong-Wu were revealed in this episode.
Maurice LaMarche takes over the role of Master Fung from Rene Auberjonois.
Kimiko's hairstyle stays the same from the season finale.
The Dojo from 1,500 years ago mentions to Dashi that he hid a Shen-Gong-Wu, Wings of Tinabi, from Wuya in a well.
It turns out Wuya's hair is red, not purple.
When Omi Freezes Wuya, the way in which they slowly showed her in the ice with her opening her eyes is reminiscent to how the summonable being Shiva appears in many of the Final Fantasy games. As is the way she shatters out of the ice sending shards that try to hit the Monks, similar to how Shiva attacks in a few of the Final Fantasy games.
When Wuya broke out of the ice, she looked like Washu when she first appeared in Tenchi Muyo.
Wuya: Tell the Prime Minister it's uncoditional surrender or his jolly old island goes to the bottom of the Atlantic.
This is a reference to Singapore, where the Prime Minister makes the decisions. Here it would be Wuya bargaining for total domination.
(Reply: Sounds more like the island of England, part of Great Britain. "Jolly" is used in a couple of older English phrases.)
Dojo: You might end up as your own grandpa!
This quote is a reference to a novelty song composed by Moe Jaffe and Dwight Latham titled "I'm My Own Grandpa." The lyrics are about a man who explains why he is his own Grandpa. Basically, he married a widow and his dad married the widow's daughter. It has been performed by the likes of Chet Atkins, Lonzo and Oscar, and even Tom Arnold in the film, The Stupids. There is also a female version of the song titled "I'm My Own Grandma." It is also a reference to an episode of Futurama, in which Fry finds out he is his own grandfather.
Visual: Penelope Pitstop
When Wuya drove off in the car she conjured for Raimundo, she changed her clothes so she was dressed as Penelope Pitstop, a classic cartoon character who was in Wacky Races and her own show Perils of Penelope Pitstop.
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