This was a really funny episode. What makes this episode funny is the fact that "Yin Yang Yo" is a show that can take things that Have been done before and put a totally new twist on them! For instance, although many cartoons have already parodied it, "Yin Yang Yo" still make a parody of "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" a lot of fun when the pretzel factory owner, Salty Mcsalterstein is actually the villain, Badfoot in disguise! And Master Yo actually does know how to get his students to have a good time, and in a surprising way to! Another great idea that has been done before, namely video game competitions between main characters of the series, also gets a brand new twist! When Yin and Yang decide to play against each other in a dancing video game, Carl makes it so they're not just playing each other, they're also playing to stay alive! Because Carl has ensured it the video game deity of the dancing game, the Dance Monkey, will refuse to let Yin and Yang stop dancing! It makes Yin and Yang realize there definitely Are times when its important to not compete Against each other, and instead work With each other to get out of a situation, and this is one of those times! So Yin and Yang use their brains And their dancing skills to stop Carl's evil plan to poison President Muffins, and actually both tie each other in the video game and are freed from Carl's spell! Yin and Yang both learn it's not important whether they win or lose a video game, its how they play the video game that counts! And Yin and Yang Definitely know how to play a video game! This is a great cartoon series for people of many tastes and ages to watch and enjoy! :idea: Enough said, true believers! ;)
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