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* In "The Amazing T-Troop", Scruffy gets hit with Tarakudo's fatal telekinesis hits and is thought to be dead. He wakes up not too long afterwards, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.

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* In "The Amazing T-Troop", Scruffy gets hit with Tarakudo's fatal telekinesis hits and is thought to be dead. He wakes up not too long afterwards, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because Scruffy is never seem seen in the series afterwards.afterwards.
** Maybe Uncle just forced Jade to give him up for adoption.
17th Apr '17 3:57:53 PM goldenpurple
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* It's funny how '''J'''ackie and '''J'''ade start with the same letter. Same for '''C'''how and '''C'''harlie, '''F'''inn and '''F'''rank and '''R'''atso and '''R'''ocko.
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* It's no coincidence that Tohru's hair is qualified as "Hair of Samurai". Ancient Samurai are warlords who are suppose to be undyingly loyal to their Damiyo; their masters. Samurai without masters were Ronin instead. Tohru is already a warrior, and has faithfully served all of his masters (even the evil ones) with undying loyalty, so it makes sense why his hair would qualify for the spell.
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* (Season 4) Why were episodes 9-12 of 13 throwaway episodes? Because Tarakudo was [[spoiler:chilling on his ass waiting for the nine masks to be united]]! If you assume that each mask is harder to find than its predecessor (which would explain why Tarakudo and the Chans were always after the same mask) then Tohru (who only has a major role in episode 11) must've been struggling to locate the last mask for most of that time (maybe waiting for a potion to ferment or something during "The Good Guys") and, since Tarakudo would've been happy to wait on the Chans, they had time to deal with "Finnhalen", Drago, Chang and Daolon Wong whilst slowly locating that last mask.
** This is corroborated by Ratso in 'The Good Guys' when he says that they're on vacation. Clearly Tarakudo gave them vacation because they weren't needed for mask fetching *or* the world domination plan after [[spoiler:the masks are united]]!
* In the episode “The Chosen One,” (where Tohru is believed to be the Chosen One of the Ben-Shui Order,) there is a moment in the fight scene at the end where [[spoiler:Jade]] is handily mastering the former Chosen One’s hiking stick, alluding to the bombshell dropped at the end of the episode that mentions the possibility of [[spoiler:her]] being the Chosen One instead of Tohru. The Dark Chi Warriors break the stick, promoting [[spoiler:Jade]] to say “There goes my chi.” At first glance this may be viewed as simply saying "I’m screwed", but upon the reveal at the end takes on a different meaning, what if [[spoiler:she]] was aware that it actually was her chi (since the Chosen One’s chi is one and the same with the next-in-line) that left the stick? Then, [[spoiler:she]] inadvertently ends the fighting in a “You Shall Not Pass” Moment by yelling “Leave him alone!” at which point the awakening ceremony is ended. Again, it could be coincidence, or the Chosen One subconsciously ending the ceremony to protect [[spoiler:her]] friend from being killed.

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* (Season 4) Season 4: Why were episodes Episodes 9-12 of 13 throwaway episodes? Because Tarakudo was [[spoiler:chilling chilling on his ass waiting for the nine masks to be united]]! united! If you assume that each mask is harder to find than its predecessor (which would explain why Tarakudo and the Chans were always after the same mask) then Tohru (who only has a major role in episode 11) must've been struggling to locate the last mask for most of that time (maybe waiting for a potion to ferment or something during "The Good Guys") and, since Tarakudo would've been happy to wait on the Chans, they had time to deal with "Finnhalen", the Enforcers, Drago, Chang Chang, and Daolon Wong whilst slowly locating that last mask.
** This is corroborated by Ratso in 'The "The Good Guys' Guys" when he says that they're on vacation. Clearly Tarakudo gave them vacation because they weren't needed for mask fetching *or* ''or'' the world domination plan after [[spoiler:the the masks are united]]!
united!

* In the episode “The "The Chosen One,” One", (where Tohru is believed to be the Chosen One of the Ben-Shui Order,) there is a moment in the fight scene at the end where [[spoiler:Jade]] Jade is handily mastering the former Chosen One’s hiking stick, alluding to the bombshell dropped at the end of the episode that mentions the possibility of [[spoiler:her]] her being the Chosen One instead of Tohru. The Dark Chi Warriors break the stick, promoting [[spoiler:Jade]] Jade to say “There "There goes my chi." At first glance this may be viewed as simply saying "I’m screwed", but upon the reveal at the end takes on a different meaning, what if [[spoiler:she]] she was aware that it actually was her chi (since the Chosen One’s chi is one and the same with the next-in-line) that left the stick? Then, [[spoiler:she]] she inadvertently ends the fighting in a “You Shall Not Pass” Moment YouShallNotPass moment by yelling “Leave "Leave him alone!” alone!" at which point the awakening ceremony is ended. Again, it could be coincidence, or the Chosen One subconsciously ending the ceremony to protect [[spoiler:her]] her friend from being killed. killed.



* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is packing up to go to [[spoiler:Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Jade says to Jackie," Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't made their official debut yet]]. But that line makes more sense because Jade had already created the J-Team ahead of time. She was telling Jackie ahead of time in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too. Uncle comments after the fight that since Shendu [[spoiler:is destroyed, a greater evil]] will take his place, in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]].
* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's [[spoiler:muteness]] is because he talks the most out of the group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is [[spoiler:deaf]] because she doesn't listen, is talkative in her own way and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that)]], his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him [[spoiler:blind]]. As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong]]. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'). When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware, which annoy Uncle constantly.
* In 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later". Apparently, Drago ''had'' taken his revenge upon Jade, but no one paid attention too much to see it throughout the rest of season 5. Actually, he had already tried to but failed, thanks to Ms. Hartman and her [[spoiler:Sky Demon chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]
* In 'Relics of Demons Past', after Drago gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen, they ask Drago what they're going to do. Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.
* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.
* In ‘Re-Enter the J-Team’, Chang was [[spoiler:betrayed by the J-Team (Tohru especially, since he was one of the competition winners)]]. Chang’s plan in ‘Attack of the J-Clones’ as revenge makes sense; with a clone, he could manipulate the emotions, trust and friendship of [[spoiler:the J-Team]]. When Viper was the first to be framed by a clone, Jackie was hurt and disappointed to think [[spoiler:Viper had gone back to being a thief after the events of ‘Enter the Viper’ and ‘Origami’]]. When Paco found the El Toro clone stealing jade from the museum, he was hurt to think [[spoiler:El Toro was supposedly not who Paco admired him to be]]. When Jackie and his clone were tested by Captain Black, Black was hurt that [[spoiler:his good friend of 6 years couldn't remember his birthday]]. When Uncle was trying to find another J-Clone in Section 13, Tohru was sad thinking [[spoiler:the J-Clone was him when it wasn’t]]. Even El Toro was hurt when [[spoiler:“Paco” was revealed to be the J-Clone Uncle had sensed]]. Chang played the J-Team by giving them a taste of their own medicine.
* The ring of fire surrounding Jade and Drago just before their final fight in 'J2: Rise of the Dragons' seems like something from what Jade and Drago remember of their first fight. Either that, or it's an animation error.
* It's funny how Jackie and Captain Black has the most trouble when it comes to accessing magic and doing something simple like firing a blowfish, while a younger person like Jade has a lot of luck (sometimes a little too much). It's not just a RuleofFunny; it applies to their skepticism. Captain Black completely denied its existence in season 1 upon seeing [[spoiler:Shendu]]. Jackie has doubts in chi magic and prefers to face the villain of that episode with his hands rather than with something he can't trust and isn't too sure about. Hence one of Uncle's catchphrases, "He never listens!"

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** Later, when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed. The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, is talkative in her own way and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind. As for Uncle, he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in "A Night at the Opera"). When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware, which annoy Uncle constantly.

* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is packing up to go to [[spoiler:Hong Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Shendu, Jade says to Jackie," Jackie! Jackie, "Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't made their official debut yet]].yet. But that line makes more sense because Jade had already created the J-Team ahead of time. She was telling Jackie ahead of time in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too. Uncle comments after the fight that since Shendu [[spoiler:is is destroyed, a greater evil]] evil will take his place, in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]].
The J-Team.

* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf "Black and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's [[spoiler:muteness]] is because he talks the most out of the group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is [[spoiler:deaf]] because she doesn't listen, is talkative in her own way and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that)]], his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him [[spoiler:blind]]. As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong]]. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'). When Uncle is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware, which annoy Uncle constantly.
* In 'Black And
White And and Chi All Over', Over", Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later". Apparently, Drago ''had'' taken his revenge upon Jade, but no one paid attention too much to see it throughout the rest of season 5. Actually, he had already tried to but failed, thanks to Ms. Hartman and her [[spoiler:Sky Sky Demon chi Chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]
"The Demon Beneath My Wings".

* In 'Relics "Relics of Demons Past', Past", after Drago gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen, they ask Drago what they're going to do. Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.
this''.

* In 'Weight And See', "Weight and See", Jackie and Uncle arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly frustratingly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi. If the viewer had seen 'Black And "Black and White And and Chi All Over', Over", Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic Chi-o-Matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar. Later on in 'Weight And See', when Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.
thing.

* In ‘Re-Enter "Re-Enter the J-Team’, J-Team", Chang was [[spoiler:betrayed betrayed by the J-Team (Tohru especially, since he was one of the competition winners)]]. winners). Chang’s plan in ‘Attack "Attack of the J-Clones’ as revenge makes sense; with a clone, he could manipulate the emotions, trust and friendship of [[spoiler:the J-Team]]. the J-Team. When Viper was the first to be framed by a clone, Jackie was hurt and disappointed to think [[spoiler:Viper Viper had gone back to being a thief after the events of ‘Enter "Enter the Viper’ Viper" and ‘Origami’]]. "Origami". When Paco found the El Toro clone stealing jade from the museum, he was hurt to think [[spoiler:El El Toro was supposedly not who Paco admired him to be]]. be. When Jackie and his clone were tested by Captain Black, Black was hurt that [[spoiler:his his good friend of 6 years couldn't remember his birthday]]. birthday. When Uncle was trying to find another J-Clone in Section 13, Tohru was sad thinking [[spoiler:the the J-Clone was him when it wasn’t]]. wasn't. Even El Toro was hurt when [[spoiler:“Paco” "Paco" was revealed to be the J-Clone Uncle had sensed]]. sensed. Chang played the J-Team by giving them a taste of their own medicine.
medicine.

* The ring of fire surrounding Jade and Drago just before their final fight in 'J2: "J2: Rise of the Dragons' Dragons" seems like something from what Jade and Drago remember of their first fight. Either that, or it's an animation error.
error.

* It's funny how Jackie and Captain Black has the most trouble when it comes to accessing magic and doing something simple like firing a blowfish, while a younger person like Jade has a lot of luck (sometimes a little too much). It's not just a RuleofFunny; it applies to their skepticism. Captain Black completely denied its existence in season Season 1 upon seeing [[spoiler:Shendu]].Shendu. Jackie has doubts in chi magic and prefers to face the villain of that episode with his hands rather than with something he can't trust and isn't too sure about. Hence one of Uncle's catchphrases, "He never listens!"





















* In "The Powers That Be (Part 2)", Drago and the Ice Crew are crushing Section 13's forces, with Drago [[spoiler:having all eight demon powers joined as one]]. During Drago's destruction of San Francisco, there were no visible on-screen deaths, but what about the (very likely) possibility that many people died off-screen?

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* In "The Powers That Be (Part 2)", Drago and the Ice Crew are crushing Section 13's forces, with Drago [[spoiler:having having all eight demon powers joined as one]].one. During Drago's destruction of San Francisco, there were no visible on-screen deaths, but what about the (very likely) possibility that many people died off-screen?



* In "The Shadow Eaters", when the little Shadowkhan monster gets to the subway to eat all the people's shadows coming out, imagine all the "dead" bodies lying on the floor of the subway platform.
** [[spoiler:Chow]] was one of the "dead" bodies that had their shadow taken. Ratso and Finn must've been worried sick about their friend. Yes Tarakudo probably explained to them why [[spoiler:Chow]] was like that, but it still must've been scary to see their friend almost dead.
* In 'The Amazing T-Troop', [[spoiler:Scruffy]] gets hit with [[spoiler:Tarakudo's]] fatal telekinesis hits and is thought to be dead. He wakes up not too long afterwards, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because [[spoiler:Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.]]

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* In "The Shadow Eaters", when the little Shadowkhan Mini-Shadowkhan monster gets walks down to the subway to eat all the people's shadows coming out, imagine all the "dead" (unconscious) bodies lying on the floor of the subway platform.
** [[spoiler:Chow]] Chow was one of the "dead" bodies that had their shadow taken. Ratso and Finn must've been worried sick about their friend. Yes Tarakudo probably explained to them why [[spoiler:Chow]] Chow was like that, but it still must've been scary to see their friend almost dead.
dead.

* In 'The "The Amazing T-Troop', [[spoiler:Scruffy]] T-Troop", Scruffy gets hit with [[spoiler:Tarakudo's]] Tarakudo's fatal telekinesis hits and is thought to be dead. He wakes up not too long afterwards, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because [[spoiler:Scruffy Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.]]






** It was because this was being done by him himself, rather than another person. Plus it's to the drama for Paco, since El Toro did it to convince him to remove [[spoiler:the oni mask]]. Paco idolizes lucha and would follow every tradition to the letter, so it was very crushing to see his hero willingly break the number one rule.

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** It was because this was being done by him himself, rather than another person. Plus it's to the drama for Paco, since El Toro did it to convince him to remove [[spoiler:the oni mask]]. the Oni Mask. Paco idolizes lucha libre and would follow every tradition to the letter, so it was very crushing to see his hero willingly break the number one rule.rule.






* As the last episode of season 1 and the first episode of season 2 show, the Dog doesn't TOTALLY eliminate pain and injuries (not to mention the episode that introduced it, where Uncle was knocked out while wearing it), pain and injuries are more Horse Talisman territory.

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* As the last episode of season Season 1 and the first episode of season 2 show, the Dog doesn't TOTALLY eliminate pain and injuries (not to mention the episode that introduced it, where Uncle was knocked out while wearing it), pain and injuries are more Horse Talisman territory.territory.






** He also is reluctant to believe in Finn, Ratso and Chow's attempts to reform after having fought against them for so long (understandably). But he still starts to believe them slowly (ironically right when they decide to give up being honest). And during the GrandFinale, he places Jade in [[spoiler:Hak Foo's]] hands (probably because the [[spoiler:mercenary]] decided to fight alongside the J-Team). Both of those cases are a pretty short time of giving up trust issues. It only makes the length of his distrust towards Viper more noticeable.

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** He also is reluctant to believe in Finn, Ratso and Chow's attempts to reform after having fought against them for so long (understandably). But he still starts to believe them slowly (ironically right when they decide to give up being honest). And during the GrandFinale, he places Jade in [[spoiler:Hak Foo's]] Hak Foo's hands (probably because the [[spoiler:mercenary]] mercenary decided to fight alongside the J-Team). Both of those cases are a pretty short time of giving up trust issues. It only makes the length of his distrust towards Viper more noticeable.



* In the episode 'The Dog And The Piggy Show', Jackie groans when he finds out that he has to go back to [[spoiler:Bavaria]]. Fridge Logic comes in when you realize [[spoiler:Bavaria]] is where Jackie found the shield with the [[spoiler:Rooster Talisman]], where all the magic trouble started.
* There's the very popular theory that Drago may be [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]] because he has five fingers, is small in size, and has red irises; while Shendu has four fingers, is large, and his eyes are fully red. But demons like Hsi Wu are small in size, demons like Tchang Zu have five fingers, and the Japanese Oni demons have colored irises. Plus, it wouldn't really make sense to call Drago a demon hybrid, because when [[spoiler:Uncle took out Drago's Fire Demon Chi in "Weight And See", Drago maintained his demon form but lost his powers. If he was a true half-demon, Uncle's spell should have taken Drago's dragon form also, turning him into a human.]]
** [[spoiler:Uncle's spell would have taken Drago's dragon form if Drago had been a human empowered by Fire Demon Chi in a similar way to the Ice Gang. If he really is a hybrid or a full-blooded demon, the spell wouldn't have taken his default form along with his powers.]]

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* In the episode 'The "The Dog And The and the Piggy Show', Show", Jackie groans when he finds out that he has to go back to [[spoiler:Bavaria]]. Bavaria. Fridge Logic comes in when you realize [[spoiler:Bavaria]] Bavaria is where Jackie found the shield with the [[spoiler:Rooster Talisman]], Rooster Talisman, where all the magic trouble started.
started.

* There's the very popular theory that Drago may be [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]] because he has five fingers, is small in size, and has red irises; while Shendu has four fingers, is large, and his eyes are fully red. But demons like Hsi Wu are small in size, demons like Tchang Zu have five fingers, and the Japanese Oni demons have colored irises. Plus, it wouldn't really make sense to call Drago a demon hybrid, because when [[spoiler:Uncle Uncle took out Drago's Fire Demon Chi in "Weight And See", Drago maintained his demon form but lost his powers. If he was a true half-demon, Uncle's spell should have taken Drago's dragon form also, turning him into a human.]]
human.
** [[spoiler:Uncle's Uncle's spell would have taken Drago's dragon form if Drago had been a human empowered by Fire Demon Chi in a similar way to the Ice Gang. If he really is a hybrid or a full-blooded demon, the spell wouldn't have taken his default form along with his powers.]]powers.
3rd Apr '17 6:15:53 PM goldenpurple
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* It's funny how Jackie and Captain Black has the most trouble when it comes to accessing magic, while a younger person like Jade has a lot of luck (sometimes a little too much). It's not just a RuleofFunny; it applies to ''how'' skeptical they are to the world of magic.

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* It's funny how Jackie and Captain Black has the most trouble when it comes to accessing magic, magic and doing something simple like firing a blowfish, while a younger person like Jade has a lot of luck (sometimes a little too much). It's not just a RuleofFunny; it applies to ''how'' skeptical they are their skepticism. Captain Black completely denied its existence in season 1 upon seeing [[spoiler:Shendu]]. Jackie has doubts in chi magic and prefers to face the world villain of magic.that episode with his hands rather than with something he can't trust and isn't too sure about. Hence one of Uncle's catchphrases, "He never listens!"
3rd Apr '17 6:07:38 PM goldenpurple
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* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is [[spoiler: packing up to go to Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Jade says to Jackie," [[spoiler: Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?]]" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't made their official debut yet]]. But that line makes more sense because maybe Jade had already created the J-Team and was telling Jackie ahead of time, just in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too, because near the ending, Uncle comments that since Shendu [[spoiler:is destroyed, a greater evil]] will take his place, which is in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]]
* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's [[spoiler:muteness]] is because he talks the most out of the group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is [[spoiler:deaf]] because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that)]], his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him [[spoiler:blind]]. As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong]]. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware, which tire Uncle constantly.
* In 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later". Afterwards, I wondered if [[spoiler:Drago]] had taken his revenge upon [[spoiler:Jade]], but I didn't see it throughout the rest of season 5. Then it hit me. He had already tried to but failed, thanks to Ms. Hartman and her [[spoiler:Sky Demon chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]

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* In "Day of the Dragon", as Jackie is [[spoiler: packing up to go to Hong [[spoiler:Hong Kong to stop Shendu]], Jade says to Jackie," [[spoiler: Jackie! I have to come with you. I'm an essential part of the J-Team! The cunning one?]]" one?" You would think that was a mistake on the writer's part, since the Chans are addressed as the Chan Clan and [[spoiler: J-Team hasn't made their official debut yet]]. But that line makes more sense because maybe Jade had already created the J-Team and ahead of time. She was telling Jackie ahead of time, just time in case he lost against Shendu. It comes into play too, because near the ending, too. Uncle comments after the fight that since Shendu [[spoiler:is destroyed, a greater evil]] will take his place, which is in season 2. What's one of the episodes names in the second season and who makes their epic debut? [[spoiler:The J-Team]]
J-Team]].
* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's [[spoiler:muteness]] is because he talks the most out of the group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is [[spoiler:deaf]] because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative in her own way and looking ahead for results in her problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that)]], his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him [[spoiler:blind]]. As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong]]. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Opera'). When Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware, which tire annoy Uncle constantly.
* In 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later". Afterwards, I wondered if [[spoiler:Drago]] had Apparently, Drago ''had'' taken his revenge upon [[spoiler:Jade]], Jade, but I didn't no one paid attention too much to see it throughout the rest of season 5. Then it hit me. He Actually, he had already tried to but failed, thanks to Ms. Hartman and her [[spoiler:Sky Demon chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]



* It's funny how Jackie and Captain Black has the most trouble when it comes to accessing magic, while a younger person like Jade has a lot of luck (sometimes a little too much). It's not just a RuleofFunny; it applies to ''how'' skeptical they are to the world of magic.



* Funny how in 'The Amazing T-Troop' [[spoiler:Scruffy]] gets hit with [[spoiler:Tarakudo's]] fatal telekinesis hits and is briefly thought to be dead. He wakes up though, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because [[spoiler:Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.]]

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* Funny how in In 'The Amazing T-Troop' T-Troop', [[spoiler:Scruffy]] gets hit with [[spoiler:Tarakudo's]] fatal telekinesis hits and is briefly thought to be dead. He wakes up though, not too long afterwards, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because [[spoiler:Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.]]
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* Funny how in 'The Amazing T-Troop' [[spoiler:Scruffy]] gets hit with [[spoiler:Tarakudo's]] fatal telekinesis hits and is briefly thought to be dead. He wakes up though, giving the episode a happy (and funny) ending. There's not a happy ending anymore because [[spoiler:Scruffy is never seem in the series afterwards.]]
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* The ring of fire surrounding Jade and Drago just before their final fight in 'J2: Rise of the Dragons' is something from both Jade and Drago's shared memories of their first fight. Either that, or it's an animation error.

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* The ring of fire surrounding Jade and Drago just before their final fight in 'J2: Rise of the Dragons' is seems like something from both what Jade and Drago's shared memories Drago remember of their first fight. Either that, or it's an animation error.
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* The ring of fire surrounding Jade and Drago just before their final fight in 'J2: Rise of the Dragons' is something from both Jade and Drago's shared memories of their first fight. Either that, or it's an animation error.
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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their [[spoiler:specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness is because he talks the most out of the group, whether he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. Jade is deaf because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems.]] Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that), his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind.]] As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, which tire Uncle constantly.]]
* In [[spoiler:'Black And White And Chi All Over', Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later".]] Afterwards, I wondered if [[spoiler:Drago]] had taken his revenge upon [[spoiler:Jade]], but I didn't see it throughout the rest of season 5. Then it hit me. He had already tried to but failed, thanks to [[spoiler:Ms. Hartman and her Sky Demon chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]
* In 'Relics of Demons Past', after Drago [[spoiler:gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen. When they ask Drago what they're going to do, Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.]]
* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi.]] If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', [[spoiler:Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar.]] Later on in 'Weight And See', when [[spoiler:Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]
* In ‘Re-Enter the J-Team’, Chang was [[spoiler:betrayed by the J-Team (Tohru especially, since he was one of the competition winners)]]. Chang’s plan in [[spoiler:‘Attack of the J-Clones’]] as revenge was solid; with a clone, he could manipulate the emotions, trust and friendship of [[spoiler:the J-Team]]. When Viper was [[spoiler:the first to be framed by a clone]], Jackie was hurt and disappointed to think [[spoiler:Viper had gone back to being a thief after the events of ‘Enter the Viper’ and ‘Origami’]]. When Paco found [[spoiler:the El Toro clone stealing jade from the museum]], he was hurt to think [[spoiler:El Toro was supposedly not who Paco admired him to be]]. When [[spoiler:Jackie and his clone]] were tested by Captain Black, Black was hurt that [[spoiler:his good friend of 6 years couldn't remember his birthday]]. When Uncle was trying to find [[spoiler:another J-Clone]], Tohru was sad thinking [[spoiler:the J-Clone was him when it wasn’t]]. Even El Toro was hurt when [[spoiler:“Paco” was revealed to be the J-Clone Uncle had sensed]]. Chang played the J-Team by giving them a taste of their own medicine.

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* In "The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute", [[spoiler: when the Three Monkeys are opened, Tohru, Jade and Jackie are hit with the spells while Uncle is left unharmed.]] The episode is played for laughs, but if you think about it, the reasons for the Jackie, Jade and Tohru getting their [[spoiler:specific specific disability describes them and their actions. Jackie's muteness [[spoiler:muteness]] is because he talks the most out of the group, whether group and no one generally listens to what he says too much. Either that, or he's telling Jade to stay behind, complaining or doing the most communication. nearly yelling his head off in battle. Jade is deaf [[spoiler:deaf]] because she doesn't listen, is pretty talkative and looking ahead for results in her problems.]] problems. Tohru is the hardest to think of, but when you remember that [[spoiler:Tohru is a chi wizard in training (and having trouble with that), that)]], his 'magical eye' isn't too open, rendering him blind.]] [[spoiler:blind]]. As for Uncle, [[spoiler:he is completely unaffected because of the kinds of training with Chi Master Fong.Fong]]. He listened to his master's commands, he was open to the magical possibilities when he was young (as seen in 'A Night at the Opera'), and Uncle doesn't exactly do a lot of talking. When he is speaking, it's to those who aren't magically aware and don't listen, aware, which tire Uncle constantly.]]
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* In [[spoiler:'Black 'Black And White And Chi All Over', Drago says to Jade that he'll "come back for her later".]] later". Afterwards, I wondered if [[spoiler:Drago]] had taken his revenge upon [[spoiler:Jade]], but I didn't see it throughout the rest of season 5. Then it hit me. He had already tried to but failed, thanks to [[spoiler:Ms. Ms. Hartman and her Sky [[spoiler:Sky Demon chi transformation in 'Demon Behind'.]]
* In 'Relics of Demons Past', after Drago [[spoiler:gives gives the Enforcers part of his fire chi to be his henchmen. When henchmen, they ask Drago what they're going to do, do. Drago replies with, "A fan." If you listen carefully, Finn and Ratso are confused by Drago's request. But you hear Ratso saying, "Oh boy." ''Ratso knew exactly where Drago was going with this''.]]
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* In 'Weight And See', Jackie and Uncle [[spoiler:arrive arrive in Canada and the chi-o-matic briefly acts up, to which Jackie thinks it's because of the new containment jar. Uncle frustatedly replies that the containment jar isn't the problem and it's there to contain more than one demon chi.]] If the viewer had seen 'Black And White And Chi All Over', [[spoiler:Uncle Uncle adjusting the chi-o-matic makes sense. But the new containment jar wasn't the issue; Uncle just hadn't tested the chi-o-matic enough with new containment jar.]] Later on in 'Weight And See', when [[spoiler:Jackie Jackie and Uncle don't find the Mountain demon chi in their pile of chopsticks Uncle says he will "run tests", which he does. These tests allow Uncle to be able to get the Mountain chi and shortly after, claim Drago's Fire chi also. The Mountain chi was the last of the 7 free demon chi to be discovered, and with Drago's inherited chi from his father, that makes 8. This means Uncle was planning on making a ''double'' reversal spell for the remaining two chis from the beginning, and Jackie, Jade ''and'' Tohru didn't suspect a thing.]]
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* In ‘Re-Enter the J-Team’, Chang was [[spoiler:betrayed by the J-Team (Tohru especially, since he was one of the competition winners)]]. Chang’s plan in [[spoiler:‘Attack ‘Attack of the J-Clones’]] J-Clones’ as revenge was solid; makes sense; with a clone, he could manipulate the emotions, trust and friendship of [[spoiler:the J-Team]]. When Viper was [[spoiler:the the first to be framed by a clone]], clone, Jackie was hurt and disappointed to think [[spoiler:Viper had gone back to being a thief after the events of ‘Enter the Viper’ and ‘Origami’]]. When Paco found [[spoiler:the the El Toro clone stealing jade from the museum]], museum, he was hurt to think [[spoiler:El Toro was supposedly not who Paco admired him to be]]. When [[spoiler:Jackie Jackie and his clone]] clone were tested by Captain Black, Black was hurt that [[spoiler:his good friend of 6 years couldn't remember his birthday]]. When Uncle was trying to find [[spoiler:another J-Clone]], another J-Clone in Section 13, Tohru was sad thinking [[spoiler:the J-Clone was him when it wasn’t]]. Even El Toro was hurt when [[spoiler:“Paco” was revealed to be the J-Clone Uncle had sensed]]. Chang played the J-Team by giving them a taste of their own medicine.



* In "The Shadow Eaters", when [[spoiler:the little Shadowkhan monster gets to the subway to eat all the people's shadows coming out]], imagine [[spoiler:all the "dead" bodies lying on the floor of the subway platform.]]

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* In "The Shadow Eaters", when [[spoiler:the the little Shadowkhan monster gets to the subway to eat all the people's shadows coming out]], out, imagine [[spoiler:all all the "dead" bodies lying on the floor of the subway platform.]]platform.
**[[spoiler:Chow]] was one of the "dead" bodies that had their shadow taken. Ratso and Finn must've been worried sick about their friend. Yes Tarakudo probably explained to them why [[spoiler:Chow]] was like that, but it still must've been scary to see their friend almost dead.
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