Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 19

Mission Yinpossible / Disapp-Eared

Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Jul 14, 2008 on Toon Disney

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  • Carl finally gets his heart's desire (or does he?) And Yang learns how to become invisible as well, and soon wishes that he hadn't and wasn't! :lol:

    This episode is about irony. The trouble starts when Carl gets the Pink Fuzzy Slippers of Heart's Desire! (Writers, they just can't make this stuff up!) And instead of giving him command of Earth, they finally make Edna love Carl more than Herman! Yin and Yang don't like the sound of Carl having those Pink Fuzzy Slippers and are determined to take them! But Carl has a new stronghold: Monte Carl, and its loaded with Woo Foo booby traps! The first irony is Master Yo's advice of using simplicity actually proves to be very helpful! When the Woo Foo Warriors don't use any Woo Foo, the alarms don't go off! The second irony is Carl doesn't even Want the Pink Fuzzy Slippers anymore. Sure, they're making Edna dote on him, but Edna's love is now suffocating Carl, sometimes quite literally! Carl no longer wants a mother who cares Too much, he wants a mother who could care less! Thankfully for Carl, his slippers get removed, Edna goes back to loving Herman more than Carl, and Carl's actually thankful for that! The third irony is a move Yang Doesn't want to learn, the Sonic Defibrillation Blast move, might actually prove to be useful. Instead, Yang wants to learn how to turn invisible like Yin can. By accident, Yang grabs the scroll explaining how one becomes invisible (bonus points for me in predicting one of those rabbits would try to become invisible without Master Yo's permission!) In typical Yang fashion, he neglects to read the important warning on how to use the move properly! Even though Yang becomes invisible, he also becomes inaudible and intangible! At first, Yang thinks its cool he can walk through anything and say whatever he wants without anybody hearing him! Of course, the fourth irony is it isn't a cool move when Carl reveals his new plan of blotting out the suns, and draining Yin's energy into him to give Carl all-powerful properties, including the ability to block out said suns. Yang literally can't warn Yin about it! Can he find a way in time? Probably! :idea:
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