Yin Yang Yo!

Season 1 Episode 16

Master Dave / Destination Danger

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Nov 20, 2006 on Toon Disney
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Master Dave / Destination Danger
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Master Dave: The Tree Stump Kid named Dave is disappointed his friends Yin & Yang missed his birthday party. To make up for it, Yin & Yang promise to do anything to Dave to make it up to him. When Dave learns he has a "Day After His Birthday Party," coming up, he convinces Yin & Yang to pretend to be his students. But Master Yo warns Yin & Yang no good can come out of lying. What will be the consequences of Dave's lying, and can Yin & Yang save Dave from those consequences?

Destination Danger: Years ago, Master Yo gave a powerful weapon, the Knuckles of Infinite Smackdown, to his friend Gumpy for safekeeping. But now that the Night Master is after it, Master Yo must take Yin & Yang on a road trip and try to throw the Night Master's lackey's, Dank and Dire, off of Master Yo's trail. Will he be sucessful?

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  • The Tree Stump Kid is finally named on TV, and two new villains are introduced into Yin and Yang's rogue gallery of villains! :D

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    :lol: This episode is funny! I can't remember the last time a cartoon character managed to get away with saying the word, "Nuts," as many times Yang did in the episode segment of "Master Dave!" Best part of all, since Yang was talking about the bolts on Carl's robot, pistachio's eaten by the squirrels, and the acorns hanging from the trees, the censors don't have a single excuse whatsoever to try to censor those scenes, because that would be unethical! Yin and Yang learn a lesson that they should never go along with someone's lies as the path of lying leads you into nothing but trouble! A lesson that Dave learns the hard way! Then, Yin & Yang learn the art of being sneaky when it comes to fooling evil villains as Master Yo pretends Yin & Yang are the ones going on a secret mission, while Master Yo secretly goes off to get the real object of importance. Needless to say, the two new villainous goons named Dank & Dire don't stand a single chance against Master Yo and his Knuckles of Infinite Smackdown! The best part of all is when Master Yo keeps his word to the students by letting them go to Magna Land! And this show is still only in it's first season, so who knows what great events the rest of this series has to hold! That's my opinion & I'm sticking to it! ;) Enough said, true believers! :Dmoreless
Tony Daniels

Tony Daniels

Dave's Father, Various Trees

Guest Star

Novie Edwards

Novie Edwards

Dave's Mother, Various Trees

Guest Star

David Berm

David Berm

Chip, Flame Spirits, Various Trees

Guest Star

Damon Papadopoulos

Damon Papadopoulos

Dank, Dire

Recurring Role

Johnathan Wilson

Johnathan Wilson

TV Announcer, Gumpy, Bear, Redneckistanian

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Master Yo: I don't want to hear another word out of either of you until we--
      Yin and Yang: Bear!
      Master Yo: That's an odd choice of a single word.

    • Night Master: Did you really expect me to believe you'd travel this far for an amusement park?
      Yang: We're kids. We'd travel this far for gum!

    • Yo: Good news, Kids! I've suddenly decided to care about your happiness!
      Yin: Who are you, and what have you done to Master Yo?

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Country Names: Antsylvania and Redneckistan
      On the map to MangaTopiaLand, there are two countries named Antsylvania and Redneckistan. Antsylvania is a play on words of the country Transylvania, and Redneckistan is a play on words combining the country of Pakistan with the term "Redneck".

    • Man: You might be a Redneckistanian...
      When the man in the information booth in Redneckistan (From Destination Danger) tells Yang the things someone might do if they were a Redneckistanian, it's a reference to the Blue Collar comedian Jeff Foxworthy, who often makes jokes that end with "...you might be a Redneck."

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