History Heartwarming / SamuraiJack

11th Feb '17 8:10:21 PM Deathhacker
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** We also see snippets of the lives of those that Jack has touched; Da Samurai who took up the fight for justice, the baby he once rescued and learned from him, the three blind archers he saved, the mer-people who's kingdom he's liberated, and so forth. Each of them now appears in the camp and each as a story to tell, but the one thing they all had in common was that Jack, through his simple deeds, had brought them all together to fight for what is right.
11th Feb '17 8:00:06 PM Deathhacker
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** Just when they start to fight, Jack clearly did not see Da Samurai as a real opponent. However Jack still humors him, and between the beatings gives Da Samurai life advice, telling him to first understand his own strengths and weaknesses, to not hide behind this built up facade of a personality and to let his true self shine through. [[spoiler: If the ending to the comic series is true, this later had a profound change on Da Samurai's life and made him a better person.]]
9th Feb '17 3:21:10 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* [[https://youtu.be/Kyj998-KnoA The ending of "The Birth of Evil Part 2"]]. The image of the young Emperor holding newborn Jack after everything he went through is as powerful as it is beautiful.
9th Feb '17 11:12:05 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* Pretty much the entirety of "Jack and the Baby". This episode proves that Jack would be a great dad.
15th Jan '17 10:08:21 PM AndyMouse
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15th Jan '17 10:07:16 PM AndyMouse
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* The Scotsman beckons Jack to help him rescue his wife. All throughout the adventure, the Scotsman does nothing but talk about his wife with fondness and joy, showing us how much he misses her. Even when it turns out she's ''[[Understatement a bit exaggerated]]'', the Scotsman still sees her as the most beautiful creature on the planet.

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* The Scotsman beckons Jack to help him rescue his wife. All throughout the adventure, the Scotsman does nothing but talk about his wife with fondness and joy, showing us how much he misses her. Even when it turns out she's ''[[Understatement ''[[{{Understatement}} a bit exaggerated]]'', the Scotsman still sees her as the most beautiful creature on the planet.
8th Jan '17 10:54:19 PM omegafire17
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* At the end of "Jack Remembers the Past," a robot villager begs for aid, and Jack, who has spent almost the entire episode lamenting his lost life, drops everything and goes to help without hesitation. As he leaves, we see the spirits of his parents, watching him with proud smiles.
* The Scotsman beckons Jack to help him rescue his wife. All throughout the adventure, the Scotsman does nothing but talk about his wife with fondness and joy, showing us how much he misses her. When it turns out she [[InformedAttribute wasn't]] what the audience was expecting, the Scotsman still sees her as the most beautiful creature on the planet.
* When Jack frees a bunch of teenagers from Aku's Mind Controlling rave music, Olivia and her father's tearful reunion.
-->'''Olivia''': Father?
-->'''Olivia's Father''': Olivia?
-->(Cue Waterworks)
* In Ep. 26, after a very rough day involving a robotic biker gang, Jack stumbles upon a Japanese family who welcome him in with their traditional style of hospitality. Jack gets to see that his perpetual struggle ''is'' paying off, that the people suffering under Aku's rule have learned to hope again because of him.
* At the end of the NightmareFuel "Jack and the Haunted House", when the little girl is truly reunited with her family thanks to Jack defeating the demon.
* After getting his sword and gi back from the orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack returns to the swamp from the beginning of the episode to retrieve the very valuable tusks from the robot slug he defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and she says, "I'll never go hungry again."
* Jack's mother and father coming to him in his hour of need during the end of "The Aku Infection" episode. When Jack felt he was losing to the evil inside him, the spirits of his parents helped remind him of the goodness in him and how it has been strengthened by those he helped since his coming to the future. In the end, he exorcised the evil within him and freed himself. This not only counts as an epic heart warmer but a joyful [[TearJerker tear jerker]] as well.

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* At the end of "Jack Remembers the Past," a robot villager begs for aid, and Jack, who has spent almost the entire episode lamenting his lost life, drops everything and goes to help without hesitation. As he leaves, we see the spirits of his parents, watching him with proud smiles.
* The Scotsman beckons Jack to help him rescue his wife. All throughout the adventure, the Scotsman does nothing but talk about his wife with fondness and joy, showing us how much he misses her. When Even when it turns out she [[InformedAttribute wasn't]] what the audience was expecting, she's ''[[Understatement a bit exaggerated]]'', the Scotsman still sees her as the most beautiful creature on the planet.
** And by the end, in her own special way, she proves she does care about The Scotsman and even is boisterously happy at points. Apparently once her anger runs out, she's not so bad.
* When "Jack is Naked". * After getting his sword and gi back from the orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack frees a bunch of teenagers returns to the swamp from Aku's Mind Controlling rave music, Olivia the beginning of the episode to retrieve the very valuable tusks from the robot slug he defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and her father's tearful reunion.
-->'''Olivia''': Father?
-->'''Olivia's Father''': Olivia?
-->(Cue Waterworks)
she says, "I'll never go hungry again."
* In Ep. 26, "Jack's Sandals", after a very rough day involving a robotic biker gang, Jack stumbles upon a Japanese family who welcome him in with their traditional style of hospitality. Jack gets to see that his perpetual struggle ''is'' paying off, that the people suffering under Aku's rule have learned to hope again because of him.
* In "Jack and the Rave", when Jack frees a bunch of teenagers from Aku's Mind Controlling rave music, Olivia and her father's reunion.
-->'''Olivia''': Father?\\
'''Olivia's Father''': Olivia?\\
''(Cue waterworks)''
* At the end of the NightmareFuel "Jack and the Haunted House", House" episode, when the little girl is truly reunited with her family thanks to Jack defeating the demon.
* After getting his sword and gi back from the orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack returns to the swamp from the beginning of the episode to retrieve the very valuable tusks from the robot slug he defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and she says, "I'll never go hungry again."
* Jack's mother and father coming to him in his hour of need during the end of "The Aku Infection" episode. When Jack felt he was losing to the evil inside him, the spirits of his parents helped remind him of the goodness in him and how it has been strengthened by those he helped since his coming to the future. In the end, he exorcised the evil within him and freed himself. This not only counts as an epic heart warmer but a joyful [[TearJerker tear jerker]] as well.
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* Jack's mother and father coming to him in his hour of need during the end of "The Aku Infection" episode. When Jack felt he's losing to the evil inside him, the spirits of his parents helped remind him of the goodness in him and how it has been strengthened by those he helped since his coming to the future. In the end, he exorcised the evil within him and freed himself. This not only counts as an epic heart warmer but a joyful [[TearJerker tear jerker]] as well.



** During the fight itself, when the sirens sic their brainwashed slaves on him (including Jack), he refuses to hurt them and instead plays a loud song with his bagpipes to break the spell; unfortunately he needed both hands to do this leaving him defenceless when the Sirens [[OneWingedAngel merge together into a three headed serpent]] and tries to crush him to death. Even then he refuses to stop playing in order to keep everyone free which leads to Jack coming back to his senses and saving him in return.

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** During the fight itself, when the sirens sic their brainwashed slaves on him (including Jack), he refuses to hurt them and instead plays a loud song with his bagpipes to break the spell; unfortunately he needed both hands to do this leaving him defenceless defenseless when the Sirens [[OneWingedAngel merge together into a three headed serpent]] and tries to crush him to death. Even then he refuses to stop playing in order to keep everyone free which leads to Jack coming back to his senses and saving him in return.



* At the end of the flying prince and princess episode when he gave up a opportunity to slay Aku to help the kids get to their ship that they could get reinforcements to help their people save their home from enemy invaders, he told them how he knew what they were going through and couldn't allow them to fail. At the end they won their war and built a statue to honor and remember Jack.
** From that same episode- when the alien Prince and Princess find out that Jack is really a Prince, they bow to him just before they leave and call him 'Your Majesty', acknowledging his royal heritage as a form of respect.

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* "Jack and the Flying Prince and Princess". At the end of the flying prince and princess episode episode, when he gave up a opportunity to slay Aku to help the kids get to their ship (so that they could get reinforcements to help their people save their home from enemy invaders, invaders), he told them how he knew what they were they're going through and couldn't allow them to fail. At the end they won their war and built a statue to honor and remember Jack.
** From that same episode- when the alien Prince and Princess find out that Jack is really a Prince, they bow to him just before they leave and call him 'Your Majesty', acknowledging his royal heritage as a form of respect.


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18th Dec '16 5:05:36 AM SorPepita
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** During the fight itself, when the sirens sic their brainwashed slaves on him (including Jack), he refuses to hurt them and instead plays a loud song with his bagpipes to break the spell, unfortunately he needed both hands to do this leaving him defenceless when the Sirens [[OneWingedAngel merge together into a three headed serpant]] and tries to crush him to death. Even then he refuses to stop playing in order to keep everyone free which leads to Jack coming back to his senses and saving him in return.

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** During the fight itself, when the sirens sic their brainwashed slaves on him (including Jack), he refuses to hurt them and instead plays a loud song with his bagpipes to break the spell, spell; unfortunately he needed both hands to do this leaving him defenceless when the Sirens [[OneWingedAngel merge together into a three headed serpant]] serpent]] and tries to crush him to death. Even then he refuses to stop playing in order to keep everyone free which leads to Jack coming back to his senses and saving him in return.
18th Dec '16 5:03:01 AM SorPepita
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** He spends the entire adventure becoming more and more frustrated that he can't find out exactly what happened to Jack, but follows up whatever information he can without even hinting at giving. When he finally encounters what he quickly figures out to be how Jack "lost his brain," he looks at his brain-addled friend with a genuine smile - not a goofy grin like he usually does, but an very heartwarming "we've got 'em now" smile. Then comes the "bring it on" smirk.

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** He spends the entire adventure becoming more and more frustrated that he can't find out exactly what happened to Jack, but follows up whatever information he can without even hinting at giving. When he finally encounters what he quickly figures out to be how Jack "lost his brain," he looks at his brain-addled friend with a genuine smile - not a goofy grin like he usually does, but an a very heartwarming "we've got 'em now" smile. Then comes the "bring it on" smirk.



* A good deal of the episode "Young Jack in Africa".
** The African Chief welcomes young Jack with open arms, informing him that he looks just like his father.
** The African Chief's son is initially very disrespectful towards Jack, but it isn't long until he accepts him as his temporary surrogate brother and starts bonding with him.
** After Jack saves the African tribe from the men sent by Aku to capture him, the African Chief decides that Jack has completed his training and tells him he's ready to continue his long journey to prepare to defeat Aku.



** On a meta level, the story's central character is a scribe named Mako after Aku's deceased voice actor. He also gets well acquainted with a man named [=LaMarr=], a man Jack once saved who is obviously based on Jack's voice actor Creator/PhilLaMarr.
* A good deal of the episode "Young Jack in Africa".
** The African Chief welcomes young Jack with open arms, informing him that he looks just like his father.
** The African Chief's son is initially very disrespectful towards Jack, but it isn't long until he accepts him as his temporary surrogate brother and starts bonding with him.
** After Jack saves the African tribe from the men sent by Aku to capture him, the African Chief decides that Jack has completed his training and tells him he's ready to continue his long journey to prepare to defeat Aku.

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** On a meta level, the story's central character is a scribe named Mako after Aku's deceased voice actor. He also gets well acquainted with a man named [=LaMarr=], a man Jack once saved who is obviously based on Jack's voice actor Creator/PhilLaMarr.
* A good deal of the episode "Young Jack in Africa".
** The African Chief welcomes young Jack with open arms, informing him that he looks just like his father.
** The African Chief's son is initially very disrespectful towards Jack, but it isn't long until he accepts him as his temporary surrogate brother and starts bonding with him.
** After Jack saves the African tribe from the men sent by Aku to capture him, the African Chief decides that Jack has completed his training and tells him he's ready to continue his long journey to prepare to defeat Aku.
Creator/PhilLaMarr.
18th Dec '16 5:00:18 AM SorPepita
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* In Ep. 26, after a very rough day involving a robotic biker gang, Jack stumbles upon a Japanese family who welcome him in with their traditional style of hospitality. Jack gets to see that his perpetual struggle ''is'' paying off, that the people suffering under Aku's rule have learned to hope again because of him.



* At the end of the flying prince and princess episode when he gave up a opportunity to slay Aku to help the kids get to their ship that they could get reinforcements to help their people save their home from enemy invaders, he told them how he knew what they were going through and couldn't allow them to fail. At the end they won their war and built a statue to honor and remember Jack.
** From that same episode- when the alien Prince and Princess find out that Jack is really a Prince, they bow to him just before they leave and call him 'Your Majesty', acknowledging his royal heritage as a form of respect.

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* At After getting his sword and gi back from the end orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack returns to the swamp from the beginning of the flying prince and princess episode when he gave up a opportunity to slay Aku to help retrieve the kids get to their ship that they could get reinforcements to help their people save their home very valuable tusks from enemy invaders, the robot slug he told them how he knew what they were going through defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and couldn't allow them to fail. At the end they won their war and built a statue to honor and remember Jack.
** From that same episode- when the alien Prince and Princess find out that Jack is really a Prince, they bow to him just before they leave and call him 'Your Majesty', acknowledging his royal heritage as a form of respect.
she says, "I'll never go hungry again."



* "Tales of X9" is told entirely from the perspective of a retired robot assassin being forced to come out of retirement and fight Jack when his pet dog is used as a bargaining chip by Aku. After Jack inevitably defeats X9, his last words are to tell him to take care of his pet, and it is clear that Jack wasn't ignoring this statement, as can be seen by the sympathetic look he gives afterwards.
-->'''X9''': Lulu, sweet thing.

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* "Tales of X9" is told entirely from Combined with a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moment]], we have Jack telling Da Samurai that he has taken the perspective of first step towards becoming a retired robot assassin being forced true samurai after the man, up to come this point an obnoxious blowhard until Jack deflated him, pushed Jack out of retirement the way and fight Jack when his pet dog is used as took a bargaining chip by Aku. After Jack inevitably defeats X9, his last words are to tell bullet, or an energy blast in this case, for him.
** Then at the end of the episode, he runs off after Jack, calling him "sensei" and practically begging
him to take care of give him more advice and training. It just goes to show how much he took his pet, lesson at heart and it is clear motivated to become a better person and a ''true'' samurai. The look of sheer shame on his face shortly before that Jack wasn't ignoring this statement, as can be seen by only drives the sympathetic look he gives afterwards.
-->'''X9''': Lulu, sweet thing.
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* Combined with a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moment]], we have Jack telling Da Samurai that he has taken the first step towards becoming a true samurai after the man, up to this point an obnoxious blowhard until Jack deflated him, pushed Jack out of the way and took a bullet, or an energy blast in this case, for him.
** Then at the end of the episode, he runs off after Jack, calling him "sensei" and practically begging him to give him more advice and training. It just goes to show how much he took his lesson at heart and is motivated to become a better person and a ''true'' samurai. The look of sheer shame on his face shortly before that only drives the point home further.
* After getting his sword and gi back from the orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack returns to the swamp from the beginning of the episode to retrieve the very valuable tusks from the robot slug he defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and she says, "I'll never go hungry again."
* In Ep. 26, after a very rough day involving a robotic biker gang, Jack stumbles upon a Japanese family who welcome him in with their traditional style of hospitality. Jack gets to see that his perpetual struggle ''is'' paying off, that the people suffering under Aku's rule have learned to hope again because of him.

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* Combined with a [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moment]], we have Jack telling Da Samurai that he has taken the first step towards becoming a true samurai after the man, up to this point an obnoxious blowhard until Jack deflated him, pushed Jack out of the way and took a bullet, or an energy blast in this case, for him.
** Then at
At the end of the episode, flying prince and princess episode when he runs off after Jack, calling gave up a opportunity to slay Aku to help the kids get to their ship that they could get reinforcements to help their people save their home from enemy invaders, he told them how he knew what they were going through and couldn't allow them to fail. At the end they won their war and built a statue to honor and remember Jack.
** From that same episode- when the alien Prince and Princess find out that Jack is really a Prince, they bow to
him "sensei" and practically begging him to give him more advice and training. It just goes to show how much he took his lesson at heart and is motivated to become a better person and a ''true'' samurai. The look of sheer shame on his face shortly before that only drives the point home further.they leave and call him 'Your Majesty', acknowledging his royal heritage as a form of respect.
* After getting his sword and gi back "Tales of X9" is told entirely from the orphan girl who stole them while he was bathing, Jack returns to the swamp from the beginning perspective of the episode to retrieve the very valuable tusks from the a retired robot slug assassin being forced to come out of retirement and fight Jack when his pet dog is used as a bargaining chip by Aku. After Jack inevitably defeats X9, his last words are to tell him to take care of his pet, and it is clear that Jack wasn't ignoring this statement, as can be seen by the sympathetic look he defeated. He gives the little girl the tusks, and she says, "I'll never go hungry again."
* In Ep. 26, after a very rough day involving a robotic biker gang, Jack stumbles upon a Japanese family who welcome him in with their traditional style of hospitality. Jack gets to see that his perpetual struggle ''is'' paying off, that the people suffering under Aku's rule have learned to hope again because of him.
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-->'''X9''': Lulu, sweet thing.
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