Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 32

Roboticus Maximus / Size Matters

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Feb 21, 2009 on Toon Disney
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Roboticus Maximus / Size Matters
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Roboticus Maximus: Mastermind, deciding to take advantage of Master Yo's temporary absence, has gathered together Zarnot, Fastidious, and Mr. Pondscum to pilot a machine combination of all their robot suits and parts in order to destroy the town's electricity supply as well as Yin and Yang. To counter this, Yin and Yang must learn how to take turns being the leader, and organize an army so that they can let others help them out in the fight against evil as well. Size Matters: Yang thinks that he is a very strong male, but when Lena begins to purposely begin to flirt with really muscular men, Yang feels hurt and betrayed. Ironically, Carl's new plan is to find somebody incredibly strong and stupid to become his minion. But when Carl decides to train/brainwash Yang into becoming his strong, mindless minion, there's no telling what can happen! Can Yang realize Carl's evil plot in time and learn how to be nicer to Lena in the process?moreless

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    Peter Crugo

    Peter Crugo

    Mastermind

    Guest Star

    Ron Rubin

    Ron Rubin

    Boogeyman, Various

    Recurring Role

    James Belushi

    James Belushi

    The Puffin

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Master Yo has spent so much time in the refrigerator that it has absorbed a great amount of his Woo Foo energy, enabling him to communicate through it from wherever he is currently located.

      • New Move Debut: Yin's Woo Foo Aura Drain is a move Yin uses while in Woo Foo Aura form with Yang to drain the Aura (or power) of an object and gain the power that was in that object.

      • It's revealed in this episode that even if somebody can't make an Aura on their own, they can join Yin and Yang in their Woo Foo Aura, add their power to Yin and Yangs, and make the Woo Foo Aura look different in the process. This is also the first time this has been accomplished on-screen, by the Disco D.J. named Boogeyman.

      • Running gags in this episode: 1. Yin and Yang, as well as Mastermind, Zarnot, Fastidious, and Mr. Pondscum consistently argue amongst themselves. 2. An old guy wearing a conical sedge hat always happens to be at a place the villains are destroying and yelling loudly even though when Yin and Yang are right in front of him. 3. Nobody understands the lingo language Boogeyman is using. 4. Mastermind calling out the names of maneuvers Zarnot made up that insult him.

      • The name of the Disco D.J. is revealed to be Boogeyman, and he becomes the first addition to the Woo Foo Warrior Army being organized by Yin and Yang.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mastermind: Defense pattern...
        Zarnot: Say it, I named it for you!
        Mastermind: Defense pattern "I'm a super-chump"!

      • President Muffins: And now, it is with great honor and pride, that I, your Town President dedicates the location of this new well, statistically proven to have a much lesser chance of people accidentally falling into it. (Lena screams as she is thrown into the well) Well, would you look at the time?! I'm off for lunch! (Everybody else leaves)

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • When the Beaver kid and Puffin say that they were told there would be punch and pie at the Woo Foo army meeting, and leave when Yang says there is none, it is a homage to the first meeting of "La Resistance" from South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut.

      • When the muscle man that was talking to Carl is about to say I'll be back, it is a reference to a quote often said by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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