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X said that his Monster Register sends cards to the Graveyard equal to the level of the summoned Monster but the cards never actually went to Jaden's Graveyard.
With his constant talking in legal terms, X is similar to the villainous Johnson from the Virtual Nightmare Arc of the original series.
Jaden: A duel's not over until the last card is played.
Aster: (before the duel begins) You have no idea what you're up against.
Syrus: This guy's pretty good- annoying, but good.
Tyranno: Jaden needs those cards to win this war!
Aster: That's why X took them.
Syrus and Tyranno: Oh.
Aster: Jaden's got game, but X has got strategy.
X: I activate Threatening Roar! Just like that, your turn's come to a close!
Jaden: You're kidding? But where's the fun in that? Come on! This is a game!
Jaden: (after losing more cards) Oh, man! Come on! Not Neos!
X: Order in the court! Now continue with your testimony so we can move things along.
Jaden: News flash. This isn't a courtroom, X. This is a duel!
Jaden: (after successfully destroying X's monster) Bet you didn't see that coming!
X: On the contrary. I was hoping for it.
X: Hardly seems fair, losing all your favorite cards and knowing there's nothing you can do.
X: The verdict is almost in! Soon you'll be found guilty of inferior dueling.
Jaden: Not if I can help it!
Sartorious: The cards predicted Jaden's defeat. But he defied destiny. I must make him see the light!
X: (talking smugly) Hardly seems fair...Losing all your favorite cards and knowing there is nothing you can do. But life isn't fair, now is it?
X: Order in the court! You do the crime, you do the time.
Aster: Jaden's got game but X's got strategy.
Aster: Let me clue you in on X's dueling style. He's all about destruction. So instead of focusing on life points, X uses his skills to borrow, steal, and destroy his opponent's cards. And for someone like Jaden, who has a strong connection to his cards, that could be devastating.
Aster: This guy X, he's Sartorious' attorney and he's never lost a duel. The last dude who tried to beat him got seven years in the can for disorderly dueling.
X: Well, well, well... a young blossom, so full of potential, yet so easy to destroy. Say your prayers! Jaden, you're next!
Jaden: Losing isn't on my schedule today. Oh yeah, there's no better party than a duel! (sings) I'm going to get my game on! I'm going to get my game on!
Syrus: Are we there yet...? Are we, are we?
Hassleberry: At ease! Haven't you ever been invited to a party?
Sartorious: The Reaper of Souls is upright... This signifies Jaden's defeat... (Makes a smug look) Let's see if he proves me wrong again!
This is the first time a Card Meter has been shown in an episode.
Jaden has defied "Destiny" 3 times now.
First time since Jaden gained his Elemental Hero Neos card in which he never uses it at all, since it was sent to the graveyard from his deck.
Jaden uses a new Neo space hero in this episode.
This is the second time in all of Yu-Gi-Oh! that a duelist has decked out(the first being Yugi vs. Strings)
X's deck revolves around Deck Destruction.
X is sent by the Society of Light to go after Jaden.
This is the first duel that someone is made to deck out in the series.
Jaden duels against a lawyer who treats a duel like a trial, like Joey's opponent, Johnson of the Big 5, from Season 3 of the original series.
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