Yin Yang Yo!

Season 2 Episode 22

Upstanding Yuck / A Walk in the Woods

Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Aug 04, 2008 on Toon Disney
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Upstanding Yuck / A Walk in the Woods
Upstanding Yuck: Yin and Yang's old enemy Yuck comes back, and it seems like he has become a changed rabbit! Of course, Yang and Yin find it implausible that something made out of their worst qualities can possibly change. Are they right, or are they playing with fire by trying to provoke Yuck? A Walk in the Woods: Master Yo is appalled by how spoiled and lazy Yin and Yang are acting lately! Master Yo decides that a dose of training reality is what they need to make them realize that a little effort now and then can really help them out! Of course, Yin and Yang are only interested in trying to take what seems to be the easy way back, but they end up in the path of an ogre, three vicious bears, and one sweet lady who wants to serve them food. Of course, Yin and Yang are unaware of what this seemingly harmless old ladies ulterior motives are. Her ultimate plan isn't to serve them food, it's to fatten in up so she can be served two fat children! Will Yin and Yang realize her evil trap in time and be able to defeat it before its too late?moreless

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    Ron Rubin

    Ron Rubin

    Papa Bear, Ogre

    Guest Star

    Alyson Court

    Alyson Court

    Goldilocks, Gretel

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    Tony Daniels

    Tony Daniels

    Stranded Man, Shop Manager

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (5)

      • It is shown that Yuck now has the ability to Foo-portate.

      • Running gags in this episode: 1. Yin and Yang keep mistaking the stuff that Yuck says as threats to various citizens in the city. 2. Yin and Yang keep trying to take things easy only to find their choices get them into even more trouble then they wanted to be in! 3. Yin and Yang keep saying: "But it's so hard!" about different things even when they aren't hard!

      • How could Master Tai still be alive when Master Yo was a young adult in a flashback in Upstanding Yuck if in Worked Stiff, he and Master Chi left Master Yo as a baby in their dojo so that they could fight Eradicus?

      • Coop's Mother can briefly be seen while Yuck is being proclaimed a hero by President Muffins.

      • Yuck may able to change into his muscular form at will, but it appears that he also still possesses the power he absorbed in Imperfect Fooplicates.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Yuck: Why Yin, have you lost weight?
        Yin: Well, I have been toning up. It's so sweet of you to notice.

      • Yin: (reads a newspaper) "Twin Woo Foo menace. Reward for capture." Oh my gosh! Do you know what this means?
        Yang: If we turn each other in, we're set for life! (Yin hits him with the paper)

      • Yin: What is it they say about the third time being the charm?
        Yang: I'd tell ya, if I had any idea who "they" were!

      • (Yin and Yang are inside a studio)
        Yin: Hi, I'm Yin!
        Yang: And I'm Yang.
        Yin: And we're here to say that no goats were harmed in the making of this picture. (A goat appears on-screen)
        Goat: Except for one, but he was an idiot!

      • (The Old Lady throws lollipops at Yin and Yang
        Yin: No one sucker punches us! Foo Field! (She throws up a foo field)
        Yang: "Sucker Punch." And you hit me for the "Wi-Fi" joke!

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    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Goldilocks and the Three Bears; the Three Billy Goats Gruff: The three goats trying to get past an ogre on a bridge and the girl sleeping in the house belonging to three bears are obvious references to the two old fairy tales.

      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: I sense a great disturbance in the force. /
        Yin parodied this line when she sensed that she and Yang would have to do something for Master Yo.

      • Benny Hill: The chase sequence and music during Upstanding Yuck parodies the hillarious British show.

      • The Twilight Zone: When the old lady pulls out a cookbook entitled To Serve Children, it is likely a reference to the famous/infamous episode where aliens come to Earth claiming to want to serve men food, but in reality, they are fattening humans up so that they (the aliens) can eat them, or be served men!

      • Hansel and Gretel: The episode segment of Walk in the Woods is a parody of the German fairy folk tale.