Yin Yang Yo!

Season 1 Episode 9

The Trouble With Two-ni-corns / Scarf It Up!

Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Sep 08, 2006 on Toon Disney
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The Trouble With Two-ni-corns / Scarf It Up!
The Trouble With Two-ni-corns: After Master Yo accidentaly breaks Yin's new Two-ni-corn doll, Yin (and Yang) try to get the doll repaired for her by going to Two-ni-corn Valley, but they find out that it has been taken over by Ultimoose. Can Yin and Yang team up to stop him? Scarf It Up!: Saranoia, infuriated over the way she was treated as a child, sees Yin as a younger version of herself and does not want Yin to go through what Saranoia did. So Saranoia uses an ice wand and makes it a snow day so that Yin can play outside. But there's a sinister, ulterior motive to Saranoia's actions, particularly towards Yang. What is this motive and will Yin be able to see through Saranoia's deception and stop her?moreless

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  • Women go "Psycho!" (Scary Violin Music plays!) :shock:

    In this episode, it pays to make sure you never, Ever make a woman angry in the world of "Yin Yang Yo!" Doing so has dreadful consequences! Take for instance, Saranoia. This villainess feels her brother got all the breaks while she was growing up, while Saranoia never had a chance to just be a kid! To avenge this injustice to her past, Saranoia turns herself into an ice witch to make sure no girl ever has to suffer the pains of consistently having to learn ever again! There's just one <i>tiny</i> kink in Saranoia's plan. The kink is Yin actually likes to learn, and she's not about to let Saranoia try to destroy her brother! Saranoia is defeated for now, but you know she isn't going to let a single defeat keep her down for long! Also, the quickest way to make Yin angry is to break her favorite toy! Heaven hath no fury like a girl robbed of her favorite toy! Yin goes absolutely ballistic when she demands the Two-ni-corns fix her doll, or Else! In a way Yin can sometimes be more brutal than Yang can at times and likewise, Yang can sometimes be more restrained and level-headed than Yin can at times which really makes them 3-dimensional as cartoon characters! When Yin and Yang find the source of the innocent creatures troubles is Ultimoose, they give him a fate far worse than a fierce beating: they temporarily turn him nice! So Ultimoose has no choice except to put everything back the way it was! Yin is finally happy her toy is back to being the way it is. But you know it won't last for long if Yin's toy should get broken again! That's what makes this episode so funny! :lol: Enough said, true believers! :Dmoreless
Hadley Kay

Hadley Kay

Young Saranoia, Various Two-ni-corns

Guest Star

Peter Cugno

Peter Cugno

Pink Monster, Cid the Conqueror, Fireman

Guest Star

Damon Papadopoulos

Damon Papadopoulos


Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Yin: Can I please have a scarf?
      Saranoia: Oh, no, I have something much better for you. Here's a hat and mittens.
      Yin: Neat!
      Saranoia: And here is some hot cocoa.
      Yin: Also neat!
      Saranoia: And here is a book of empowering female poetry.
      Yin: Right on!
      Saranoia: And here are some scarves for all of your friends!
      Yin: I'll go find some!
      Saranoia: You do that.
      Yang: Say, do you have a scarf for me?
      Saranoia: (shrieks) HASN'T SOCIETY UNFAIRLY GIVEN YOU ENOUGH?!?!

    • Ultimoose: (to the Rhino Guards): Guards, take out the trash!
      Rhino Guard: But trash pick-up isn't until Tuesday.
      Ultimoose: Ultimoose was using a metaphor!

    • Master Yo: As Woo Foo warriors, you only get two days off a year: on your birthday, (Yang puts on a birthday hat, Master Yo zaps him) which it's not; and on a Snow Day, (Yang, still scorched, puts on Santa Claus hat and beard, Master Yo zaps him again) which it is also not!

    • Yang: HEY! Nobody breaks my sister's toys except Master Yo's BUTT!!!

    • Yin: So now will you use your magic for good and make things right again?
      Yang: And get this redonkulous dress off me?

    • Yo: (inside flashback) That which you desire is not that it is to be required. (sits down) And I think that was Yang's game.
      Yang: Ahhhhhhh!!!!

    • Ultimoose: (after he takes his antlers off) I am Ultimoose! Chee Hoo Waa!
      (his antlers scorch him)

    • Dave: Speak for yourself. I could use a break.
      (breaks in half)
      (Yang claps his hands and the lights turn off)
      Yang: (laughs) A break. I just got that.

    • Snowman: Happy birthday. (grabs a giant snowball) Now perish!

    • Yin: Don't make me use the flashback.
      Yo: (in flashback) I'm here if you need me.
      (Yo grabs the flashback and throws it aside).

    • Yang: (after the dress is zapped on him) Ahhhh! It burns!

    • Yo: (to himself in the thought bubble) Can I interest you in a tall glass of SHUT UP!?

  • NOTES (1)


    • Saranoia: Paranoia
      Paranoia: Paranoia is a disturbed thought process characterized by an excessive anxiety or fear, often to the point of irrationality and delusion. Paranoid thinking typically includes persecutory beliefs concerning a perceived threat. Saranoia: She had a terrible childhood and always thinks men are like her lazy brother Mark and her boy-favoring wizard father, who she mistakes Yo as, just as she mistakes Yang for Mark. Unlike the other villains on the show, Saranoia is not pure evil, but she is comically psychotic.

    • Snowman Monster: Happy Birthday! The phrase uttered by the evil creature when it first came to life is the very same phrase used by Frosty the Snowman whenever he first came to life in the 1960's Rankin-Bass animated special of Frosty the Snowman and the 21st century release of the animated special of The Legend of Frosty the Snowman.

    • The Care Bears: Yin's description of the Two-ni-corns based on the way they live, what they do, and how they act, is very similar to the description of the very successful franchise characters that were originally animated by Nelvana from 1983-1988.