History WesternAnimation / JackieChanAdventures

20th Jun '16 11:34:44 AM Rubber_Lotus
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* MacguffinDeliveryService: [[ConversedTrope Conversed]] and [[DefiedTrope defied]] in Episode 3:
--> '''Finn:''' Listen, new guy. We don't know what power this ox talisman has. Chan might come busting out of there fifty feet tall with laser eyes.
16th Jun '16 3:47:55 PM BulletproofLlama
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* BalefulPolymorph: A season 3 episode start with Daolon turning Valmont into a child after the latter demanded to have the Enforcers back. [[FridgeLogic Wonder why he never did this to his active enemies, like Jackie, Uncle or Tohru.]]

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* BalefulPolymorph: This happens to the characters quite frequently throughout the series. The list is endless.
** Let's see, Jackie's been transformed into several things, including a yak, a kangaroo (with a pouch despite being male), a wooden puppet and an earth demon.
** The Enforcers were forcibly turned into Daolon Wong's new Dark Chi Warriors after his old ones were sealed away during Season 3.
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A season Season 3 episode start starts with Daolon turning Valmont into a child after the latter demanded to have the Enforcers back. [[FridgeLogic Wonder why he never did this to his active enemies, like Jackie, Uncle or Tohru.]]
14th Jun '16 3:58:37 PM AHI-3000
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''Jackie Chan Adventures'' is debatably Chan's most successful American effort: it ran five seasons, albeit with Chan NotQuiteStarring in the title role, with equal parts comedy and action, the entire show was very much like an animated Jackie Chan film. He also didn't have to share the spotlight with an English speaking actor like [[RushHour Chris Tucker]] or [[ShanghaiNoon Owen Wilson]], though a [[TagalongKid little girl]] managed to fill [[SpotlightStealingSquad that role]] this time around.

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Produced by Creator/JackieChan and created by Creator/JohnRogers, ''Jackie Chan Adventures'' is debatably Chan's most successful American effort: it ran five seasons, albeit with Chan NotQuiteStarring in the title role, with equal parts comedy and action, the entire show was very much like an animated Jackie Chan film. He also didn't have to share the spotlight with an English speaking actor like [[RushHour Chris Tucker]] or [[ShanghaiNoon Owen Wilson]], though a [[TagalongKid little girl]] managed to fill [[SpotlightStealingSquad that role]] this time around.
13th Jun '16 1:05:34 PM BulletproofLlama
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** Daolon Wong turns the Dark Hand Enforcers into his new Dark Chi Warriors, giving them red hair, orange skin, and pointed ears. They're not very fond of their new appearances.

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** Daolon Wong turns the Dark Hand Enforcers into his new Dark Chi Warriors, giving them red hair, hair (except Ratso, who becomes bald), orange skin, black sclerae in their eyes and pointed ears. They're not very fond of their new appearances.


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* ScaledUp: This happens to the Enforcers when Drago decides to take them on as minions by granting them dragon powers. This didn't last, and Strikemaster Ice and his cronies later take up the mantle of being Drago's human-dragon hybrid henchmen instead.
29th May '16 9:35:13 PM AnoneMouseJr.
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* BadassGrandpa: Uncle is not someone anyone or any demon would want to mess with. Not only is he the group's wizard, but he's the one who taught Jackie martial arts.
--> "Who else wants a piece of Uncle?"



* BadassGrandpa: Uncle is not someone anyone or any demon would want to mess with. Not only is he the group's wizard, but he's the one who taught Jackie martial arts.
--> "Who else wants a piece of Uncle?"



* BlowingARaspberry: Jade does this to the Monkey King when he declares he's never going back as a puppet just so Jackie will turn back to normal.

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* [[GunsAkimbo Blowfish Akimbo]] by Uncle at the start of Season 4, Justified because [[FunctionalMagic they're magic, and don't really have any recoil, most of the time.]]
* BlowingARaspberry: Jade does this on occasion, including to the Monkey King when he declares he's never going back as a puppet just so Jackie will turn back to normal.normal. Later, in the episode where she's been infused with the powers of the 12 talismans, her raspberries temporary contain the dragon blast power.
--->'''Jade:''' ''(with the tone of one who has discovered that the world is made of chocolate)'' My tongue is dragon blast!



* [[GunsAkimbo Blowfish Akimbo]] by Uncle at the start of Season 4, Justified because [[FunctionalMagic they're magic, and don't really have any recoil, most of the time.]]
* BlowingARaspberry: Jade does this on occasion, and in the episode where she is infused with the powers of the 12 talismans, her raspberries temporary contain the dragon blast power.
--->'''Jade:''' ''(with the tone of one who has discovered that the world is made of chocolate)'' My Tongue is dragon blast!



*** "El Toro Furete never removes his mask!"

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*** "El Toro Furete Fuerte never removes his mask!"



* CueTheFlyingPigs: Rooster sitting on the Pig.

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* CueTheFlyingPigs: Rooster In ''When Pigs Fly'', a woman declares to a man that "Willy John, I will marry you when pigs fly!" Cue Jackie running past with the pig Mordecai, levitating due to Eggbert the rooster sitting on the Pig.his back, in hot pursuit.



* MundaneUtility: Several of the talismans ended up with this. Of particular note, the Pig Talisman is how a chocolatier named Uncle Ferkelson melted his chocolate.



* MundaneUtility: Several of the talismans ended up with this. Of particular note, the Pig Talisman is how a chocolatier named Uncle Ferkelson melted his chocolate.


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* ThisIsMyBoomstick: In ''Danger in the Deep Freeze'', black marketeer Peter Bailey fools a tribe of Inuits into believing he's a great shaman with this trick, claiming his cellphone is a "magical black box" that lets him communicate with other shamans across the world. Jackie proves him a fraud by demonstrating his own cellphone and how it works, causing the Inuits to get very mad at Bailey.
25th May '16 1:41:27 PM ANTMuddle
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%%* EatTheCamera

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%%* EatTheCamera* EatTheCamera: How many times.



%%* EverybodyWasKungFuFighting: It ''is'' JackieChan. The song title is dropped in "Through the Rabbit Hole".

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%%* * EverybodyWasKungFuFighting: It ''is'' JackieChan. The song title is dropped in "Through the Rabbit Hole".
12th May '16 11:41:28 PM OlmoJV
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* FourIsDeath: As this trope is common in Asian cultures, it pops up quite a bit: Four enforcers for the Dark Hand, the demon sorcerers minus Po Kong each have four fingers rather than five, the four most dangerous demons (Tso Lan, Dai Gui, Bai Tza, and Shendu) lead the final charge against the J-Team at the end of the Demon World duology, there are exactly four villainous characters (Shendu, Finn, Ratso and Chow) who are the only villains to play an antagonistic role in all 5 seasons, to name the most significant.

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* FourIsDeath: As this trope is common in Asian cultures, it pops up quite a bit: Four enforcers Enforcers for the Dark Hand, the demon sorcerers Demon Sorcerers minus Po Kong each have four fingers rather than five, the four most dangerous demons (Tso Lan, Dai Gui, Bai Tza, and Shendu) lead the final charge against the J-Team at the end of the Demon World duology, and there are exactly four villainous characters (Shendu, Finn, Ratso and Chow) who are the only villains to play an antagonistic role in all 5 seasons, to name the most significant.
12th May '16 6:19:06 PM jameygamer
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* FourIsDeath: As this trope is common in Asian cultures, it pops up quite a bit: Four enforcers for the Dark Hand, the demon sorcerers minus Po Kong each have four fingers rather than five, the four most dangerous demons (Tso Lan, Dai Gui, Bai Tza, and Shendu) lead the final charge against the J-Team at the end of the Demon World duology, to name the most significant.

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* FourIsDeath: As this trope is common in Asian cultures, it pops up quite a bit: Four enforcers for the Dark Hand, the demon sorcerers minus Po Kong each have four fingers rather than five, the four most dangerous demons (Tso Lan, Dai Gui, Bai Tza, and Shendu) lead the final charge against the J-Team at the end of the Demon World duology, there are exactly four villainous characters (Shendu, Finn, Ratso and Chow) who are the only villains to play an antagonistic role in all 5 seasons, to name the most significant.
7th May '16 12:42:44 PM jameygamer
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** Jade in "Shanghai Moon" when she sees Tso Lan going for the moon after she kicks him out of their space station.



** Valmont saying, "Blast!" in any situation going wrong like in season 1 episode 7, "Bullies", when he realizes Jackie took advantage of his anger to blast the boat open with the dragon talisman.

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** Valmont saying, "Blast!" in any situation going wrong like in season 1 episode 7, "Bullies", when he realizes Jackie took advantage of his anger to blast the boat open with the dragon talisman.talisman, sinking it and the stolen gold from Fort Knox..
1st May '16 6:50:11 PM DreamerCynist2
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* PunnyName: When Lo Pei is introduced, one of the Enforcers makes a wisecrack that goes something like "You want Lo Pei, try looking at my salary."

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* PunnyName: When Lo Pei is introduced, one of the Enforcers Finn makes a wisecrack that goes something like "You want Lo Pei, try looking at my salary."
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