Yu Yu Hakusho

Season 2 Episode 6

Stumbling Warrior

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Aired Unknown Apr 15, 2003 on Cartoon Network
8.5
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Yusuke is now fighting the leader of Team Rikkuyukai, the powerful Chu. Chu, however, has a very different style of fighting then anything Yusuke has ever experienced, drunken fighting. Chu derives his power from very powerful and potent alcohol. These two fighters seem very evenly matched, and their spirit blasts even cancel each other out. Finally, when both have exhausted all their spirit energy, Chu asks Yusuke to participate in a Knife-Edge Deathmatch. What is this new brutal twist to the match, and who will come out on top?moreless

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  • Equals

    8.0
    Yusuke and Chu face off, showcasing their honor codes and their quirks. They're enjoying each other's company and getting to know each other as individuals. It's great character development and slows down the fights. The tournament was going by pretty quickly, so I think it's safe to slow down and spend a little more time exploring the characters pitted against each other.



    It doesn't hurt that this is a character that will be seen a number of times before the end of the series, so it's well-worth it to allot the time to develop him further.moreless
  • This is a really entertaining episode. Chu is a cool character by the way.

    9.0
    I highly recomend that you see the original Japanese version of the Yu Yu Hakusho series instead of the crappy American version. Anyway, this is a good episode and I cannot figure out why there are so many bad to average reviews for it. Chu was really cool and he and Yusuke had great chemistry. I felt like it was a very respectful fight. It was not one of the best episodes or one of the best tournament fights but it certainly was good. That's all I have to say so I am just talking to get 100 words on here so I can submit this review.moreless
  • Average fight.

    7.3
    Yusuke is back, and he is ready to fight against the opposing team member Chu. Chu is some kind of alcoholic who has some kind of drunken fighting technique. The two start fighting and seem pretty even. Yusuke also tells Chu that he is now capable of firing four spirit guns. Chu also uses a special technique, he drinks some weird alcohol drink and throws an energy ball at Yusuke similar to the Spirit Gun. They cancel each other out and both fighters are still left standing.



    I was expecting more from Yusuke after that hard training before the tournament, but nothing special really happened here. The next episode should be better.moreless
  • Yusuke fights a drunk demon...

    8.4
    Team Urameshi is destroying their competition. Kurama and Hiei have killed their opponents and now it is up to Yusuke to win the round for his team.



    In this match Yusuke must fight the drunken fighter Chuu. The mysterious Chuu, who is technically the alternate, seems to have more power then the rest of his team. During the fight both fighter uses their most powerful attacks and in the end they both use up their energy. Chuu then challenges Yusuke to a Knife Edge Death match. What will this mean for Yusuke?



    Over all this isn't a bad episode, but there are some better ones to come!moreless
  • Not that interesting..........

    7.6
    This episode is the fight between Yusuke and Chu, and the long, boring intro of Chu......



    The episode starts with Chu stumbling into the ring, and then there's a long boring introduction to Chu and how he is a drunk. The fight between Chu and Yusuke soon begins...... Chu really take it to Yusuke in the begining, but eventually Yusuke gets the hang of things, and about the last 10 minutes or so were pretty exciting.





    The episode, overall, was pretty boring, too much downtime and not enough action. I was hoping for a better episode concidering it was Yusuke's debut at the DT. Oh well.....moreless
Steve Sanders

Steve Sanders

Gondawara

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Hidetoshi Nakamura

Hidetoshi Nakamura

Gondawara (Japanese)

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Jeremy Loris

Jeremy Loris

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Cynthia Cranz

Cynthia Cranz

Botan

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Sean Teague

Sean Teague

Koenma

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Kasey Buckley

Kasey Buckley

Shizuru

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