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Dojo Kanojo Cho
Master Fung (Season 2+)
How did Panda Bubba use the tangel web comb so easily against Kimiko and Clay while Kimiko struggled to learn to use it?
Omi, Kimiko and Clay aren't very appreciative of what Raimundo did in Citadel of Doom, it was Raimundo who saved them from being crushed, it was him who stopped Wuya, and he could have easily accepted the Apprentice rank. And so far, they've done nothing to make it up to him.
If Omi was going to fall in the lava, why didn't he just use the shroud of shadows to float on the rock like they did with the volcano on The Night of the Saphire Dragon since he claims to be such a excellent apprentice.
When Jack uses the Monkey Staff to sneak into Panda Bubba's home, he immediately turns into a monkey when you're supposed to gradually transform into one. Reply: Jack is CONSTANTLY using the Monkey Staff. I think it's become so accustomed to him as it's "permanent" user, and so it doesn't take time for him to transform anymore.
When Dojo comes out of Rai's backpack the bottom of him is temporarily erased. (Reply : Dojo may have been concealed by the Shroud of Shadows and he may have come half way out when he is seen)
One of Pandabubba's men uses the Ring of the Nine Dragons to defeat Raimundo in the Temple. How was he able to master it so easily when Jack and Omi struggled to use it effectively?
When Jack tells the Jack -Bots to attack,they never do,they just stand there. Why didn't they attack? There was nothing to stop them.
When Pandabubba found out that Raimundo had double-crossed him by replacing the real Shen-Gong-Wu with ordinary objects, Jack said "Looks like your double-cross got double-crossed." If Raimundo double-crossed Pandabubba and Pandabubba double-crossed Jack, then doesn't that mean Jack got Quadruple-Crossed?
How did Raimundo have the Falcon's Eye when he lost it in a Xiaolin Showdown against the Chameleon-bot? (2nd Reply: They may have taken it when Jack wasn't looking during the Human Wuya dilemma.)
Raimundo has obviously already mastered his element: he could basically make himself fly in both 'In the Flesh' and in this episode (after Clay ejects him from the crevasse). Surely Master Fung was watching when Omi distracted Raimundo, causing him to lose control over his mini-tornado?
How did Raimundo have the Falcon's Eye when he lost it in a Xiaolin Showdown against the Chameleon-bot? (Reply: It must've been among the Wu they took with them after defeating Jack & co. at his mansion.)
It makes little sense for the other Warriors not to trust Raimundo on the basis that he's not yet an apprentice. After all, Master Fung offered him the position of apprentice, but he declined it.
Why would the Xiaolin Warriors be more eager to trust Jack than Raimundo? Even if Raimundo has not mastered his element yet, it's kind of farfetched.
The showdown was that the last boat afloat wins. Raimundo's was the first to sink, so he should've lost right then and there. (Reply: It could've been an either/or thing. Like, if no one had finished the race, it would've been whoever was still afloat. If someone finished the race, however, they'd win.) (Further Reply: People have some doubts about Raimundo winning the showdown because his boat sank first, and he "surfed" on a piece of wood to win. The piece of wood he's surfing on is part of his boat. It's where the people were standing on the boat.)
How did Raimundo have the Falcon's Eye when he lost it in a showdown against the Chameleon Bot?
Raimundo: You want this Shen Gong Wu, you're gonna have to go through me!
PandaBubba's HenchMan: We're good with that.
Pandabuba: What Sheng-Gong-Wu do we have to add to my collection.
Black Bodyguard: We got some good ones boss.
White Bodyguard: The Stick of Throwing.
Black Bodyguard: The Large Rock of Hitting.
White Bodyguard: And the Shoes of Running Real Fast.
Pandabuba: You Fools!! Where are the REAL Sheng-Gong-Wu?!
Jack: Looks like you've been double-crossed by a double-crosser!!
(Shut Jack's mouth by putting an apple in his mouth)
Wuya: You traded the most powerful objects in the world for robot parts?!
Jack: ... I kept the Monkey Staff.
Kimiko: Come on, Rai! You can still win!
Omi: Just think, "What would Omi do?"
Omi: Did you see that? Raimundo's wind has finally broken ... through!
(After one of the henchman goes through Raimundo using the Serpent's Tail)
Dojo: What? What happened?
Raimundo: I had him, but he slipped right through my fingers, and I think my pancreas.
(Only having the Serpent's Tail, Helmet Of Jong, and Jet Bootsu)
Jack: This is it? This is all I have left!? I got robbed! Twice!
Wuya: Forget it, Jack. What happens in Pandatown, stays in Pandatown.
Jack: Once Pandabubba gets their Shen-Gong-Wu, we just double-cross him, and it's all ours.
Wuya: And how exactly do we do that?
Jack: It's a plan in progress. I'm a big-picture guy, not a detail guy.
Pandabubba: Soon I will rule the Hong Kong criminal underworld.
Jack: All you want is Hong Kong? Can I at least get double-crossed by somebody with some vision?
Omi: (to Raimundo) We were captured most shamefully while you tried your best to defend the Xiaolin Temple ... and failed. But at least you tried your best ... and failed?
This is the second time a Xiaolin Showdown happened over the Longi Kite. The first time was in Royal Rumble. Also, Raimundo was involved in both of these showdowns.
There are many cutscenes in this episode.
Marks the second time Shen-Gong-Wu have been used for pety crime, the first time being in Katnappe.
This is the first time ever in Xiaolin Showdown history Raimundo did not say "dude".
Even though Raimundo becomes an apprentice at the end, he uses the Eye of Dashi with wind before he receives the rank.
It is now known that even if the Shen-Gong-Wu has been battled for in a showdown, it can still give showdowns if there is a stalemate over it.
The Longi Kite was first used in Royal Rumble by Chameleon bot.
Ratings: 3.0/13. The average for this week was 2.6/13.
The Star Hanabi is shown to have another use. Pandabubba uses it as a light source (and a blinding flare) when he corners the Xiaolin Warriors.
This marks the second time we see a Showdown Trio.
Pandabubba stole most of the Shen-Gong-Wu. All of them were recovered, however, by both Jack and the Warriors. The only Shen-Gong-Wu Jack has now are the Jet Bootsu, Serpent's Tail, and the Helmet of Jong. The Warriors now have all the rest.
The Longi Kite is finally used.
Showdown: Raimundo vs. Jack vs. Pandabubba - The last boat to stay afloat in a race. Raimundo's Eye of Dashi against Jack's Tangle Web Comb and Pandabubba's Fist of Tebigong for the Longi Kite.
Kimiko's hairstyle: Black with blue highlights tied back in a ponytail.
Pandabubba reveals that Jack left a Shen-Gong-Wu cheat sheet in the left Jet Bootsu; Jack uses similar lists in several previous episodes.
The still-not-used Helmet of Jong makes another appearance in Pandabubba's vault (when Jack first breaks in).
Raimundo finally becomes a Xiaolin Apprentice.
New villain: Pandabubba. The richest, most dangerous crime boss in Hong Kong's underworld.
No new Shen-Gong-Wu were revealed in this episode.
By this episode, four Shen-Gong-Wu have elements. Orb of Tornami (Ice), Star Hanabi (Fire), Third Arm Sash (Earth), and Eye of Dashi (Wind).
Introductions: Yes-bot. A butler-shaped Jack-bot that compliments Jack on every decision he makes.
The Warriors advanced even further with a new signature move. It is called "Dragon X-Kumei Formation."
This could be a referrence to the Yes-bots in Toontown the online virtual game from Disney.
Since the episode title has nothing to do with the story, it must parody 1974's Chinatown. The animators probably couldn't get rights to it (rights to Chinatown are owned by Paramount.) This would also explain why Wuya's quote is not a parody of the famous last line, "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."
Reference: The Matrix
When Pandabubba's henchmen are fighting Raimundo in the spiral stair that houses the Shen-Gong-Wu, there are several instances where the animators used "bullet time." The music that plays during this sequence may or may not be the theme from The Matrix trilogy. If it is not, it is a very similar knock-off. However, there's a chance it just might be since Warner Brothers owns both this show and the Matrix franchise.
Omi: Just think, "What would Omi do?"
"What Would Jesus Do?" or "WWJD" is a common phrase that basically states that one should do the right thing.
Ponda Baba was the name of the Aqualish who picked a fight with Luke in the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars: Episode IV. (His partner in crime, Dr. Evazan, did his speaking for him in the scene.) Presumably, this was the inspiration for the name "Pandabubba."
More on Kimiko's clothes
Could be a reference to Bruce Lee's uniform in Game of Death (kind of like what the main character is dressed in for Kill Bill.)
Wuya: What happens in Pandatown, stays in Pandatown.
This is a reference to the popular quote, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas."
Kimiko's outfit and hairstyle for this episode make her look like Erica, the host of Miguzi, a block of cartoons on Cartoon Network.
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