Yu-Gi-Oh!

Season 5 Episode 6

Down in Flames (1)

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Sep 10, 2005 on The WB
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Joey's next opponent is Zigfried Lloyd, the man who defeated both Weevil and Rex in a single turn, but he is still confident he will win. As four duels simultaneous start, Zigfried begins playing with Joey's head by insulting him. This seems to work, as Zigfried quickly gains the upper hand as the duel begins. Zigfried is also worried that Kaiba may be thrown off his scent with his recent inactivity, so he activates a computer virus that causes all the attractions at Kaiba Land to go haywire. As Kaiba works furiously to fix the problem, he remembers meeting a small boy with insane hacking skills at one of his father's parties once. Back at the duel, Joey turns the tables on Zigfried by attacking him directly with his Jinzo. However, that will not last for long, as Zigfried plays his magic card Ride of the Valkyries, the same card he used to defeat Weevil and Rex.moreless

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  • Joey VS Zigfried

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    Joey VS Zigfried duel begins and Joey has 4000 life points and Zigfried has 1600 life points but Zigfried draw his powerful magic card that defeat Rex and Weevil in one turn from the last episode Will Joey beat Zigfried or will he be defeated by Zigfried powerful magic card stay tune.
Wayne Grayson

Wayne Grayson

Roland

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Kerry Williams

Kerry Williams

Rebecca Hawkins

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Pete Zarustica

Pete Zarustica

Zigfried von Schroeder

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Joey: (for his opening move) I'll place one card face down and end my turn.
      Téa: That's all he's gonna play?!
      Yugi: I have a feeling, that's all he can play.
      Tristan: (covering his eyes) Oh, I can't watch!

    • Téa: (Tristan and Joey are fighting) Can you two grow up for just five minutes? (she tries to break them up and gets knocked into the wall) I need some female friends!
      Joey and Tristan: He started it!

    • Téa: (after Yugi gets upset about how many bad guys they have to fight) Look at the bright side. There's never a dull moment.

    • Joey: Let's see here. (looks at the hand he's drawn and freaks out)
      Tristan: Think he's got a bad hand?
      Yugi: I'm guessing yes.

    • Mokuba: You have to let me know if you see anything strange.
      Téa: Sure, but you do realize strange things happen to us all the time, right?
      Tristan: She's got a point there.
      Yugi: But I was hoping this time would be different! So much for that, huh?

    • Mokuba: You have to let me know if you see anything strange.
      Téa: Sure, but you do realize strange things happen to us all the time, right?
      Tristan: She's got a point there.
      Yugi: But I was hoping this time would be different! So much for that, huh?

    • Yugi: Just once, I'd like to duel in a tournament for the thrill of it and not have to worry about who's trying to take over the world!

    • Yugi: (Joey looks about to pick a fight with Zigfried) Joey, don't!
      Zigfried: If I were you, I'd listen to your little friend.
      Joey: Well, I got news for ya! You're not me!
      Zigfried: True, because if I was, I would be a worthless street punk with no talent... not to mention appalling taste in outerwear.
      Joey: That does it! No one insults my fashion sense and gets away with it!

    • Joey: (to Zigfried) Hey buddy, Pinky the Clown called! He wants his wig back!
      Rebecca: Oh, like you're really in any position to be making fun of anyone's hairdo.
      Joey: I heard that!
      Duke: Take it down a notch, will ya'? You're too high strung to duel.
      Joey: (yells) Who you calling high strung?!

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Zigfried Lloyd using a Valkyrie Deck could be a reference to the 15-hour opera Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung) written by Richard Wagner. In the third part of the opera (named "Siegfried") Siegfried, a mortal human, and a Valkyrie, Brünnhilde, fall in love with each other. Also, the most famous song of this opera is called "The Ride of the Valkyries", which is also the name of a card Zigfried Lloyd uses.

    • Zigfried Lloyd: This is so bad that it's not even funny. Might as well mention that he's somewhat of a parody of "Sigfried" and "Roy"

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