Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 9

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Mar 10, 2008 on Toon Disney
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Ultimoose, tired of every other villain treating him like garbage, decides during a picnic scavenger hunt (which he wasn't even invited to) he will find the old Night Master's Amnesulet, make Grizzleflayvin forget the old Night Master, and Ultimoose will gain all of the Night Master's powers! Meanwhile, Yang wakes up and has a lousy day. Although Master Yo tells him it's not wise to walk around grumpy, Yang is too angry to listen. But Yang is surprised by the unexpected when four floating spirit heads claiming to be ancient Woo Foo Masters tell Yang he needs to find the Amnesulet before Ultimoose does, or else Yin and Master Yo will perish. But Yang doesn't even listen to them, and Ultimoose finds the Amnesulet, gaining all the powers of the Night Master. Yang finds himself outmatched and can't beat Ultimoose's new powers, until he makes a startling discovery! The Amnesulet has a Reset button! So Yang pushes it and the whole day begins again! Knowing how the original events of the day play out, Yang decides to use this to his advantage and make the best of a bad day and get revenge on everybody! But is Yang going to make the day better, or worse?moreless

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  • This is the best episode of Yin Yang Yo yet!!!

    10
    I liked the fact that this episode starred Yang all the way through and it had a pretty interesting story attached to it. One thing I know for sure those four mysterious heads are not Wu Fu elders. Near the end of the episode you could see their eyes narrow and smiling evily. The biggest question I'm asking myself right now is what do the four floating heads want with Yang. It obviously has something to with the artifacts they want him to find, but why appear in front of Yang? Hopefully this question will be answered in a future episode.



    It was kind of shocking to see a change of heart in all of the villians, excluding Ultimoose, stand up for Yang at the end of the episode all because Yang was nice and ultimoose was a jerk. Help can come from some pretty unexpected places.



    Anyway I hope to see more great episodes in the future. Caio.moreless
  • Ultimose becomes the new night master, and it's up to yang to stop him from wreaking havok on the town.

    10
    This was my most favorite Yin Yang Yo! Episode so far. (Talk about a turn of events) First off. This episode alone had given me a strange feeling. Like how you could loose your loved ones so fast. And that you can't underestimate a villian ever. Even if it is ultimose. I thought is was pretty awesome to how this episode was focused mainly on my favorite character, Yang. He was the one who had to stop ulitmose, and he was also the one who avenged Yin and Yo's destruction. I was also surpirsed to see that Yin and Yo were literally destroyed by ulimose's blast. When i saw the episode prewiew on tv i didn't know it would be this good. But Bob Boyle did say that there was gonna be more "seriousness" in the new season. And he was right. Overall, this episode was one of the best i ever seen in the series. I hope the new episode comming up is gonna be as good as this one or better. 10/10. Awesome!moreless
  • The start of something new, and the start of something big! :idea:

    10
    Talk about getting it on in a big way! :!: Yang ends up getting his toughest challenge yet against a villain who Yang thought he had completely figured out: Ultimoose! But he's not just Ultimoose, he's become the Night-Mooster! Ultimoose's drive for power has finally been realized! But Yang still has a chance. By discovering that the Amnesulet has a Reset button, he presses his luck and tries the whole day over again, knowing what's going to happen in advance. But Yang's bad attitude ends up leading into trouble when Ultimoose finds the Amnesulet sooner and has time to learn more about it! He even manages to eliminate Yin and Master Yo! :shock: But Yang isn't out of the game yet! His conscience and devil side sacrifice themselves by holding Ultimoose off so that Yang can push the Reset button again, only this time, he's determined that through the power of niceness, he will prevail against Ultimoose, and he does because Carl and the other villains have been insulted by Ultimoose so they jump in and save Yang by defeating Ultimoose! Yang makes a big change in this episode as he promises to become nicer, but not too nice for Yin's taste or memory! Plus it looks like Yang is beginning what could become the start of an actual saga for "Yin Yang Yo!" This is going to be so exciting! And because this show has remained exciting, I continue to love this show with a lot of enthusiasm! At least as much as I can muster of course! :idea: That's why I wrote this review! :D Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless
Scott McCord

Scott McCord

Yang's Conscience Side, Yang's Devil Side

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Johnathan Wilson

Johnathan Wilson

Grizzleflayvin, Yak, Newspaper Salesman

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James Belushi

James Belushi

The Puffin

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (10)

    • The third time Yang wakes up, the tack beside his bed isn't there. Also, the Yak falls on top of his bed rather than beside it.

    • Yang breaks the fourth wall in this episode when he says that the reason why he's putting the Amnesulet in his underwear drawer is because he's a cartoon rabbit and he doesn't wear pants.

    • Even though Ultimoose has the old Night Master's guise and the old Night Master's powers, he's somehow able to be out in the daytime when he was the Nightmooster while the old Night Master couldn't stand any kind of light. Response: Just because someone is called a Night Master, that doesn't mean that they all hate or are weak against light sources.

    • At one point in this episode, Yang is standing in front of a wall and the word "Coop" is written on it. This is a bit of foreshadowing that Coop would play a big role in the very next episode.

    • Among the villains at Carl's Tri-Villian Picnic are his brother Herman, Saranoia, Fred, Fastidious, Zarnot, the Chung Pow Kitties, Mr. Pondscum, Dank & Dire, and The Puffin.

    • Fred (formerly G.P) appears in this episode in his original form. Response: Fred probably did this so the other villains who aren't aware of his greater power yet won't feel threatened by him.

    • This is the first time Yin and Master Yo are destroyed, although it was only temporary.

    • Running gags in this episode:
      1. Yang keeps getting hit by a yak.
      2. Yang's conscience and devil side keep popping up and telling him to do stuff.
      3. Yang keeps acting like a jerk for the first 2/3's of this episode.

    • Yang gains possesion of the Amnesulet in this episode and promises himself to be nicer to others. He also begins his secret quest to complete a sacred suit of armor (which the Amnesulet is part of) as four floating spirit heads (characters introduced in this episode, later revealed to be Eradicus' minions) told him it would make Yang the strongest Woo Foo Warrior. But the four minions allegiances and true motives are unknown to Yang at this time.

    • Ultimoose briefly becomes the New Night Master in this episode and even calls himself the Night-Mooster while he has possession of the old Night Master's powers.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • (Carl and the other villains attack Yin and Master Yo)
      Yin: It's an organized attack!
      Carl: Well, actually, we're just a loose affiliation of evil picnic-goers.

    • (Ultimoose disintergrates Yin and Master Yo)
      Yang: Yin! Master Yo! No! (Yang's Conscience and Devil appear)
      Yang's Conscience and Devil: I blame you. (They point at each other)

    • Shop clerk: Extra, extra, read all about it! Yang wakes up not a jerk!

    • Shop clerk: Something is seriously wrong here, but who cares? Life is wonderful! Ultimoose: Life sucks!

    • Ultimoose: The Amnesulet must be around here somewhere. Hoo! Ha! Tin can! Hoo! Ha! Bottle cap! Hoo! Ha! ...Yak?

    • Yang: We now return to my super-bad mood, already in progress.

    • (Yang is beating up a yak in the arcade)
      Yang's Conscience: Shouldn't you be stopping Ultimoose?
      Yang: Ultimoose is an idiot. Ultimoose stops Ultimosse by Ultimoose's self.
      Ultimoose: (offscreen) Hoo! Ha! (A blaze passes, destroying the arcade. Ultimoose appears, dressed as the Night Master and leading the Night Master's army)
      Ultimoose: Guess who?
      Yang: But, apparently, there's a first time for everything.

    • Carl: after the falling yak incident: (reading note) "Courtesy of Master Yo and definitely not Yang"? Argh! Do you realize what this means?
      Fastidious: SANITIZATION!
      Herman: No! We eliminate THE PANDA!
      Fastidious: That is exactly what I meant by "SANITIZATION!"
      Herman: Oh, then NEVER MIND!
      Carl: WHY IS EVERYBODY SCREAMING?!
      Zarnot: I like candy!
      Puffin: Gwak!

    • Yin after being seen with a furless Master Yo: That was the most humiliating experience of my life EVER!!!!

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Oddworld: Abe's Exodus: The four Floating Heads warning Yang about impending doom is similar to the video game Oddworld: Abe's Exodus where strange spirits warned Abe about the Glukkon's evil doings.

    • Rocky & Bullwinkle: Carl calls Ultimoose 'Dimwinkle', a reference to the famous: Bullwinkle J. Moose.

    • Groundhog Day: The idea of someone reliving the same day over and over again is similar to the plot of what happened in the 1992 hit Bill Murray movie, as in both the movie and this episode, the main character is forced to relive the same day until he makes the right decisions that will break the repititious cycle of repeating the same day.

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