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8th Feb '16 9:25:02 AM AHI-3000
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* TheDarknessGazesBack: Shen Du does this to end the first part of every two-part finale.
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* TheDarknessGazesBack: Shen Du Shendu does this to end the first part of every two-part finale.
1st Feb '16 2:56:13 PM AHI-3000
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* XMeetsY: Creator/JackieChan meets ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
29th Jan '16 7:20:40 PM AHI-3000
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-->'''Captain Black:'' ''(being shown a Rorschach ink blot test)'' "Demon. I see a demon."
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-->'''Captain Black:'' Black:''' ''(being shown a Rorschach ink blot test)'' "Demon. I see a demon."
29th Jan '16 7:19:55 PM AHI-3000
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-->'''Captain Black:'' ''(being shown a Rorschach ink blot test)'' "Demon. I see a demon."\\ '''Therapist:''' ''(shows another ink blot)'' "And this one?"\\ '''Captain Black:''' "Socks. Worn by a really big demon."
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-->'''Captain Black:'' ''(being shown a Rorschach ink blot test)'' "Demon. I see a demon."\\ '''Therapist:''' " -->'''Therapist:''' ''(shows another ink blot)'' "And this one?"\\ '''Captain one?" -->'''Captain Black:''' "Socks. Worn by a really big demon."
29th Jan '16 2:22:52 PM AHI-3000
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* AllMythsAreTrue: Except for Stonehenge being magic [[spoiler:(it's really a UFO landing pad)]]. ** During the Christmas episode, it is revealed that the Tooth Fairy doesn't exist, even though SantaClaus does. ** It's zigzagged whether the Loch Ness Monster exists. Jade is briefly mistaken for it in the dark while in Scotland, and later she summons it in a dream.
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* AllMythsAreTrue: Except for Stonehenge being magic [[spoiler:(it's really a UFO landing pad)]]. ** During the Christmas episode, it This is revealed that the Tooth Fairy doesn't exist, even though SantaClaus does. a world filled with all kinds of magical [[{{MacGuffin}} objects]] and beings, including [[KungFuWizard wizards]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]] [[EvilSorcerer sorcerers]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]], [[{{Youkai}} Oni]], [[LivingShadow shadow spirits]], [[ChineseVampire chi]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]], [[OurTrollsAreDifferent trolls]], {{chupacabra}}s, etc. ** It's zigzagged whether or not the Loch Ness Monster LochNessMonster exists. Jade is briefly mistaken for it in the dark while in Scotland, and later she summons it in a dream.dream. ** During the Christmas episode, it is revealed that the ToothFairy doesn't exist, even though SantaClaus does. ** Except for Stonehenge being magical [[spoiler:(it's really a landing pad for {{flying saucer}}s)]].

* BrokenMasquerade: On a minimum level. The first season Captain Black was TheScully who refused that there was any supernatural things going on. When Shendu is awakened Black got to see him in full view and immediately changed his story. Played for laughs in the second season where he starts believing anything and everything was demon and magic related, and when his supervisors won't believe him he is sent to all manner of psychologists. -->Captain Black: (being shown a Rorschach ink blot test) Demon. I see a demon.\\ Therapist: [Shows another ink blot] And this one?\\ Captain Black: Socks. Worn by a really big demon. ** The GrandFinale ends up with a massive royal rumble where San Francisco is well trashed, Black makes an offhand remark about getting the town evacuated because of a meteor shower threat but it's implied they really can't claim PlausibleDeniability on this.
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* BrokenMasquerade: On a minimum level. The first season In Season 1, Captain Black was TheScully who refused to believe that there was any anything supernatural things going on. When Shendu is awakened awakened, Black got to see him in full view and immediately changed his story. Played for laughs in the second season Season 2, where he starts believing anything and everything was demon demon- and magic related, magic-related, and when his supervisors won't believe him he is sent to all manner of psychologists. -->Captain Black: (being -->'''Captain Black:'' ''(being shown a Rorschach ink blot test) Demon.test)'' "Demon. I see a demon.\\ Therapist: [Shows "\\ '''Therapist:''' ''(shows another ink blot] And blot)'' "And this one?\\ Captain Black: Socks. one?"\\ '''Captain Black:''' "Socks. Worn by a really big demon. demon." ** The Eventually, the GrandFinale ends up with a massive royal rumble where San Francisco is well trashed, so Black makes an offhand remark about getting the town evacuated because of a meteor shower threat threat, but it's implied that they really can't claim PlausibleDeniability on this.this, possibly resulting in TheUnmasquedWorld.
28th Jan '16 8:07:49 PM NateTheGreat
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Hulu doesn't have the series anymore.
The last season is available on [[http://www.hulu.com/jackie-chan-adventures Hulu]]. Also has a [[Recap/JackieChanAdventures recap page]].
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The last season is first two seasons are available on [[http://www.hulu.com/jackie-chan-adventures Hulu]].crackle.com/the-jackie-chan-adventures Crackle]]. Also has a [[Recap/JackieChanAdventures recap page]].
29th Dec '15 1:37:41 AM XDiakos
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** Season 4 had a bigger threat than Shen-Du; Tarakudo, whose goal was to TakeOverTheWorld but he showed up ''after'' Shen-Du was finally sealed away again. (He and his forces had been sealed away, but were accidentally released.)
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** Season 4 had a bigger threat than Shen-Du; Shendu; Tarakudo, whose goal was to TakeOverTheWorld but he showed up ''after'' Shen-Du Shendu was finally sealed away again. (He and his forces had been sealed away, but were accidentally released.)

** Drago himself was sort-of this in his debut episode to Shen-Du, insofar as he is working to free his BiggerBad father Shen-Du, who is even more of a literal dragon (Drago is more like a dragon-man). Shen-Du himself was forced into this role in Season 2 by his demon brethern, serving as TheHeavy trying to free ''them''.
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** Drago himself was sort-of this in his debut episode to Shen-Du, Shendu, insofar as he is working to free his BiggerBad father Shen-Du, Shendu, who is even more of a literal dragon (Drago is more like a dragon-man). Shen-Du Shendu himself was forced into this role in Season 2 by his demon brethern, serving as TheHeavy trying to free ''them''.

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** Drago himself was sort-of * FurryConfusion: A minor example of this is featured in his debut episode to Shen-Du, insofar the series, as he is working to free his BiggerBad father Shen-Du, who is even more of a literal Shendu, an anthropomorphic and intelligent dragon (Drago is more like a dragon-man). Shen-Du himself was forced into this role capable of speech, commands hordes of non-anthropomorphic dragons who cannot speak and behave in Season 2 by his demon brethern, serving as TheHeavy trying to free ''them''.a rather bestial manner.
24th Dec '15 2:59:41 PM Hadjorim
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* VillainDecay: Valmont suffers terribly. He starts out in season one as a genuine threat and an actual badass, able to take on Jackie one-on-one and win. As the series progressed he became less and less competent and more and more bumbling as terrible and humiliating things keep happening to him. He becomes a punching bag for every character in the series, hero and villain, and endures such a HumiliationConga that he almost enters [[TheWoobie woobie]] territory.
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* VillainDecay: Valmont suffers terribly.Poor Valmont. He starts out in season one as a genuine threat and an actual badass, able to take on Jackie one-on-one and win. As the series progressed he became less and less competent and more and more bumbling as terrible and humiliating things keep happening to him. He becomes a punching bag for every character in the series, hero and villain, and endures such a HumiliationConga that he almost enters [[TheWoobie woobie]] territory.
13th Dec '15 6:53:02 AM morenohijazo
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* ImperfectRitual: Tohru whips up a potion to prevent Draco from absorbing demon powers, but the last ingredient must be a piece of Draco himself. Jade substitutes a piece of Draco's father Shendu instead. But we never get to see if it works, because Draco manages to go OneWingedAngel too quickly.
21st Nov '15 10:10:03 AM AHI-3000
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Moved Shout-Outs to new sub-page.
* ShoutOut: ** ''Enter the J-Team'' was a WholePlotReference to the classic Bruce Lee film, ''Enter the Dragon'', of which Jackie Chan was a stunt man. And speaking of [[Series/TheATeam the J-Team]]... ** Many episodes reimagine famous fight scenes from Jackie Chan's previous films. One episode had Jackie bitten by a snake, where the venom slowly made him loose his balance as well as very thirsty. So he has a loopy fight while grabbing and drinking any water he could find, an obvious joke towards ''Film/DrunkenMaster''. ** Daolon Wong, ancient evil Chinese sorceror protected and served by three mystical warriors and is played by James Hong. [[Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina Sounds familiar?]] ** The Ox talisman episode involves the baddies pulling off El Toro Fuente's mask with [[Film/MasterOfTheFlyingGuillotine a Flying Guillotine]]. ** [[Film/ShanghaiNoon Showdown in the Old West]]: A railroad worker gets hired as a sheriff who ends up cleaning up the town of crime. [[Film/BlazingSaddles Familiar?]] ** Speaking of "Enter the J-Team", Jade's dream sequence during the beginning is a shout out to Film/TheMatrix. ** The phone booth-elevator used to access to Section 13 brings ''Series/GetSmart'' to mind. ** When Paco wears an Oni Mask on the Halloween episode, he is confronted by Tarakudo. He immediately assumes him to be [[{{Peanuts}} The Great Pumpkin]]. ** At one point, criminal mastermind Chang (himself a reference to the villain of Enter The Dragon) hires an entire team of J-Team counterparts. Jackie's counterpart is a kung fu fighter named "Little Tommy Chung," a reference to the song "Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting." ** In "Shrink Rap", when they figure out that the anti-shrinking spell is a bad idea with [[YourHeadASplode miniature Jackie stuck inside Tohru's head]]. ---> '''Jade''': "You mean Tohru's head is gonna go ''Film/{{Scanners}}''?!" ** In one episode Jade {{Title Drop}}s ''Series/TheManFromUncle'', when referring to Uncle. ---> '''Jade''': "It's time to call the man from Uncle." ** It's probably unintentional, but after the first use of the Rabbit Talisman in the episode "Shell Game", Tohru says "[[VideoGame/StarFox Peppy.]]" ** Finn makes a LOT of cultural references, such as referring to Gnomekop as [[Film/ChildsPlay 'Chucky']]. *** Once he trades his initially [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway useless]] talismans for the one that shoots fire from your eyes: [[Film/{{Babe}} That'll do, pig.]] ** Jade makes MyLittlePony references with the horse talisman twice. ** The [[Franchise/ThePinkPanther pink puma]] diamond? ** When they travel back in time, a window the Enforcers pass has Music/VillagePeople outfits in it. ** Another time they're presented as [[Series/CharliesAngels "Jade's Angels"]], complete with poses. --> '''Finn:''' "Step away from our Bosley!...I mean, buddy." ** In Snake Hunt, when Tohru leaves a cave covered with bats, his silhouette resembles Franchise/{{Batman}}'s outfit. ** A rather creepy one to show up in a kid's show, "Shell Game" has a shout out to the famous "Fava beans and a nice Chianti" line from ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs''. ** At the Chinese Opera the backdrop falls on Uncle and "Beatle Brow", completely missing them through the window. Just like Creator/BusterKeaton. ** The Thunder Demon stares at a parking structure and growls, "These humans -- they [[Music/JoniMitchell paved over my paradise and put up]] ..." Then: --> '''Ratso:''' "I want to see Creator/ClarkGable's old house!" --> '''Finn:''' "[[Film/GoneWithTheWind Frankly, Ratso, I don't give a darn.]]"
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