Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 17

Clown-Fu Fighting / Cat Smash Fever

Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Jun 30, 2008 on Toon Disney
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Clown-Fu Fighting / Cat Smash Fever
Clown-Fu Fighting: When Yang finds out that Master Yo knows a form of fighting known as Clown Fu, he wants to learn the various techniques for himself. However, he ends up having more pressing matters to deal with when the four ancient spirit heads appear to tell him that the first piece of armor he needs to retrieve is the multi-colored afro, and it happens to be at the very same Clown-Fu school Yang wants to go to! But getting the Afro won't be easy, as their are a bunch of evil, angry accountants attacking the school! Will Clown Fu be enough to get the Afro, or will Yang have to resort to his own Woo Foo? Cat Smash Fever: The Chung Pow Kitties are desperately trying to claim the Licking Stick in the Woo Foo Weapon armory as their very own. Although Yin and Yang are able to stop them, they're sick and tired of having to fight against them all the time! So Yin decides that the best way to take care of this problem is to break up the CPK by spreading vicious Internet rumors! It works, but will this solution end up causing more problems then it ends up solving?moreless

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    • TRIVIA (6)

      • The clip of Master Yo doing a ridiculous dance in golden spandex pants that Yang accidentally shows was first seen in Skirting the Issue.

      • Running gags in this episode: 1. Yin trying to make a joke and usually failing. 2. Master Yo keeps demanding a cookie which Yang always takes a bite of. 3. Yin and Yang having to constantly fight off the Chung Pow Kitties (and the bands they break up into.) 4. Yin keeps talking into a microphone and forgets that it is on.

      • Coop's Mother can briefly be seen in the angry crowd that is mad at Yin and Yang for trying to break up the Chung Pow Kitties.

      • Yang secures two more of the artifacts the spirit heads are having him collect: the multi-colored Tutti-Frutti Afro of Double Duty and the Licking Stick.

      • New Move Debut: Yin and Yang combined, Yincinerang is a comination of Yang's Yangarang move and Yin's Yincinerate. Yang throws his Yangarang at various opponents and Yin uses her Yincinerate to magically make the Yangarang be on a fire, creating a Yincinerang. It burns any opponent that it touches.

      • Second appearance of Eradicus' minions and of Boopy Von Ha Ha Pants.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Yin: (to the Numbercrunchers) Hey, you nerds! Account for this! Yin-cinerate!
        (Burns the Numbercrunchers' giant accounting bag)
        Yang: I'm actually impressed Yin. Was that on purpose?
        Yin: Hey, give me a little credit here. (laughs) Get it? A little credit?
        Yang: Don't push your luck, sis.

      • Yo: (to Yang) When you come back this time bring me a cookie!

      • (Yang accidentally switches to a video of Master Yo doing a ridiculous dance in golden spandex pants)
        Yang: Whoops! Filing that under "b" for blackmail!

      • Carl: (reading an online ad) "Desperate cockroach seeks soul mate." What a loser! (suddenly spits out drink) Wait a minute, I'm reading my own ad! How desperate is that?!

      • Yang: (after seeing Master Yo start to fight BVHHP) Clown fu? You mean there's a type of fighting called Clown Fu, and you never told me?!

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Charlie's Angels: The title card for Clown-Fu Fighting parodies the opening title shot of this hit 1970's show. Instead of three women in various shadow karate poses, its of three clowns in various shadow karate poses.

      • Band Names: The bands that the Chung Pow Kitties form when they temporarily break up are parody names of actual bands. The Nine Inch Tails are a parody of the Nine Inch Nails, the Black-Eyed CPK's are a parody of the Black-Eyed Peas, and the Chung Pow Kitties Revisited is a parody of Creedence Clearwater Revisited.

      • Confucius: The Temple of Clown-fucius is a reference to this real life historical figure. Confucius was an ancient Chinese philospher whose wise teachings laid down the foundations for the widely practiced philosophy of Confucianism.

      • Cat Smash Fever: The title of this episode segment is a reference/parody of the name of Ted Nugent's 1975 hit song, Cat Scratch Fever; in addition, it's also a parody of the infectious, Cat Scratch disease's alternative name.

      • Clown-Fu Fighting: This episode segment title is a reference to Carl Douglas's famous 1974 song, Kung-Fu Fighting.