Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 21

Old Softie / Dance, Dance Devastation

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Jul 28, 2008 on Toon Disney
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Old Softie / Dance, Dance Devastation
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Old Softie: The Woo Foo Warriors are bored out of their wits as there are no villians to beat. Except for Badfoot. He wants his Lickin' Stick back! So he devises a plan to lure Yin, Yang, and Master Yo away from the dojo so his henchmen can sneak in to steal it! And Badfoot uses Master Yo's greatest weakness: a Pretzel Factory run by Salty McSalter-stein! Even though it seems as though the Pretzel Factory Tour will be fun, Yin and Yang are determined not to enjoy it in spite all the obstacles Salty puts them through. Will Badfoot get the upper hoof on the Warriors, or does Master Yo have an ace up his sleeve? Dance, Dance Devastation: Yang is confident that he can beat Yin in every type of video game ever made! Carl decides to use the rabbits competitive nature to his advantage. He zaps up a cursed video game where the object is to dance in order to get the highest score. But as soon as Yin and Yang get on it, they are now forced to literally dance for their lives because if they stop dancing, they'll croak! And Carl has a plan to poison the Town's President by using a Cookie of Doom! Can Yin and Yang figure a way to stop Carl and the dancing in time?

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Linda Ballantyne

Linda Ballantyne

Dance Monkey

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Damon Papadopoulos

Damon Papadopoulos

Salty McSalterstein, Horse Henchmen, Pretzel Pixies

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Orlando Jones

Orlando Jones

Badfoot (Season 2+)

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • It has been learned that the teen serving President Muffin the pretzel is named Norman.

    • Yin and Yang are Seen in Hip-Hop Outfits, Irish Outfits, Mexican Outfits and Tango Outfits in this episode.

    • New Move Debut: Swaka Foo is a great burst of energy Master Yo uses a to break out of a giant pretzel, and it might have other uses as well.

    • Running gags in this episode: 1. Yin and Yang keep acting bored. 2. When Yin or Yang are about to say they're having fun, they change it to say that they're not. 3. Salty McSalterstein (Badfoot) keeps trying (in vain) to find a way to dispose of Master Yo and the Woo Foo Warriors. 4. Yin and Yang keep refusing to stop dancing against each other. 5. The Dance Monkey keeps commanding Yin and Yang to dance even though they don't want to.

    • Even though Yang hide The Lickin' Stick in his underwear drawer in Cat Smash Fever, its seen in the Woo Foo armory in this episode. Response: Master Yo would get suspicious if the Woo Foo Lickin' Stick was missing 24/7, so Yang probably only hides it whenever Master Yo isn't around.

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  • ALLUSIONS (6)

    • Yin refers to Carl as "Roach Coach", which is the name of one of the villains in The Powerpuff Girls cartoon series.

    • Singing In the Rain: The great 1950's Gene Kelly musical movie is referenced when Carl does his dance with an umbrella in the rain.

    • Master Yo: Grand Master Flash cards? / Master Yo is making a reference to hip-hop rap pioneer Grand Master Flash. His biggest hit was 1982's Don't Push Me (Cause I'm Close to the Edge).

    • Roadblasters: The arcade racing video game that Yin and Yang play is very similar to the 1987 arcade/console video game masterpiece, where the object of the game was to cross the finish line without crashing, running out of time, or running out of gas. It was revolutionary because it featured then-stunning 3-D Graphic scrolling capabilities.

    • Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory: The plot of a tour through a magical factory in Old Softie is a parody of the famous 1971 movie starring Gene Wilder and Jack Albertson or its 2005 remake Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

    • Dance, Dance Devastation: This episdode segment is a pun/reference o the popular video game series of Dance Dance Revolution.

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