Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 35

Clothes Encounters / Commander-in-Cheat

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Mar 14, 2009 on Toon Disney
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Clothes Encounters / Commander-in-Cheat
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Clothes Encounters: Yin and Yang don't want to do laundry. But they're about to find out when they ignore something long enough, it grows into a problem too big to ignore. Now their laundry pile is a monster running through town, and they need to stop it before anyone finds out Yin and Yang made this problem or worse; Smoke and Mirrors capture the monster for their own nefarious ends! Will Yin and Yang be able to clean up their mess? Commander-in-Cheat: President Muffin, in a re-election campaign stunt, has promised Yin and Yang that if they help him through the deadly Woo Foo Temple of Deadly Whatever to achieve the Chalice of So-Whatitude which has the power to grant random wishes, they'll get fame and fortune! But what happens when President Muffin accepts all the glory for their accomplishments, or Carl enters the fray in an attempt to get the Chalice for his mother! Can Yin and Yang keep their temper locked away from President Muffin and beat Carl at the same time?moreless

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • It's learned in this episode that apparently, Carl does want to make the world a better place.

      • Yang appears naked for the fifth time in this episode.

      • It's learned in this episode that President Muffin actually DOES have an army to provide protection for the city in which Yin and Yang live in, but President Muffin normally has the army put in a State of Emergency for taking care of his yard.

      • Running gags in this episode: 1. Yin and Yang keep putting off the job of washing their clothes. 2. A dramatic musical sting keeps playing at random moments and the characters keep noticing it. 3. The Laundry Pile Monster keeps trying to get itself clean. 4. Yin keeps making some not-so-funny laundry related puns. 5. Stone Bananas are continually thrown by Stone Monkeys at Yin, Yang, President Muffins, and his paparazzi in the Woo Foo Temple of Deadly Whatever. 6. Yang keeps laughing whenever he or anybody else says the word "Duty."

      • New Item Debut: The Chalice of So-Whatitude was created by the Wizard, Albertus Lax. It was originally going to be called the Chalice of Wish-itude but Albertus was too lazy to actually finish it. But the Chalice still has the power to grant wishes randomly to random characters, with the potential to grant powerful wishes. It was located in the Woo Foo Temple of Deadly Whatever, but Yang obtained the Chalice and now has it in the Woo Foo Dojo for 'safekeeping.'

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      • President Muffin: I can not tell a lie! I came for the Chalice to help out my people.
        This quote is a reference to a quote often attributed to the first President of the United States, George Washington. It is claimed when Washington was a boy, his father asked him what happened to the cherry tree in the front yard. The claim went that Washington replied: "I can not tell a lie. I cut down the cherry tree with my axe." Even though this event probably didn't happen in real life, the story was used to cement Washington's reputation as a great leader.

      • President Muffins: Stay the course, people! Stay the course!
        This is the exact same quote said by now Ex-President of the U.S.A., George W. Bush and what he wanted the army to do while fighting an insurgency in Iraq from 2003-2008, even though the policy was, had, and did fail all the time Bush tried to keep the mantra up.

      • Veggietales: The animated show that is widely known for spreading Christian lessons, morals, and values in their 30 minute episodes gets referenced/parodied in this episode with the fake show of "Wedgietales" and the product placement of "Wedgietales" underwear.

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