Radar: Jackie Chan Adventures

  • In "The Rock", we get to see something possibly made to entertain the female audience: Valmont seen from below angle. His closest body part to the camera is his crotch.
  • In "The Jade Monkey", the Monkey Talisman is used to turn Ratso into a ...rat. Finn picks him up by the tail and says "Whoa," staring wide-eyed at him. Problem is, his eyes are positioned so that it looks like he's staring at the rat's....goods. You can see from here.
    • After Ratso is turned back to normal, he ends up crushing Finn under himself because he was on his shoulder. After a flash, we see Ratso sitting on top of Finn's back, legs spread, looking awkwardly at Finn.
  • In "Day of the Dragon", Jade destroys Shendu with the Dragon Talisman. Yes, a preteen kills a living thing. It doesn't matter that this was a demon, or if Shendu did deserve it by all means. Even the fact that he got better afterwards doesn't easen it. Shendu was defeated and in no position to defend himself.
  • In "Queen of the Shadowkhan", there is the issue of Jade, a preteen, ending up with a real tattoo, even if it was not meant to be real. And later, after she becomes the Queen, she changes her outfit to a dress that bares her limbs and exposes her shoulders and cleavage (or would, if she had any cleavage to begin with). It can be seen here.
    • Also, when Shendu has Valmont wearing a sorceror's robe (which Valmont complains about looking like a dress), the Enforcers have these things to say, while Chow lifts his sunglasses to have a good look at Shendu:
    Finn: Hehe. Shendu-dette. *mock bows*
    Ratso: Pretty dress.
    Chow: Very becoming.
  • In "Tale Of The Demon Tail", we see a Marilyn Maneuver. See here.
    • In the same episode, Shendu almost enters the ladies room in order to retrieve Hsi Wu's severed tail. Earlier, upon finding the portal, Ratso shockingly mistakes that they have to enter the ladies room.
  • In "The Eighth Door" we get this little shot. While we know that Hak Foo is in pain for hurting his fists, it almost looks like he's recovering from a Groin Attack.
  • During the first episode of the "Demon World" duology, Jade has some duties that disgust her. They include scrubbing Shendu's bath-chamber, filling his tub with fresh mud and trimming his forenails. And Jackie was sweeping the road following Shendu's parade, which he says is Jade's duty. Deadpan, she asks if it's "sweeping dragon doo". What else disgusting jobs Shendu has them to do?
  • In "Lost City of the Muntabs", while running away from Muntab warriors, Jackie fails to notice standing in his way a tall and well-endowed warrioress. He accidentally hits his face against her armored chest. While she doesn't move at all, and neither of them address it, it did happen!
  • In "Origami", there is one "blink-and-you-miss-it scene". At Kasahara's residence, when Viper rises up from a crouching position in order to join Jackie and Origami's fight, we get a quick peak under her skirt. The problem is, instead of underpants, we see just a line. It almost looks like she's not wearing underpants at all!
  • "Glove Story" involves Mc Cutcheon, a Scottish pirate wearing a kilt. At one point, he's send flying, giving us a rare male Panty Shot and bit too late attempt at a Marilyn Maneuver.
    • When Jade first sees him, she asks "Whoa, who's the old lady with the beard?"
    • At one point, Mc Cutcheon shouts "Nobody grabs my booty twice!" Because of his accent, it sounds like "No booty graps my booty twice!"
    • And the living gloves of Greenbeard the Pirate provide a lot of Squirrels in My Pants moments. At one point, one of them enters Jackie's hand and forces his fingers to shove themselves into his nose.
  • In "The Amazing T-Girl!", Jade is petrified and kidnapped by Daolon Wong. He simply walks off, carrying her under his armpit. In his castle where they are all alone, he intends to drain the Talisman powers from her. His moves, expressions and the way he holds her in his hands give some pedophilic vibes.
  • In "The Chan Who Knew Too Much", the parodied He Knows Too Much theme extends to the point that when Jackie enters the Magisters' washroom while trying to escape them, they sound shocked.
    A Magister: *gasps* He has entered the private water-closet!
    Another Magister: He is privy to our privy!
  • In "The Powers Unleashed", during the Enforcers' Transformation Sequence into Dark Chi Warriors, the last scene has Ratso's clothes being ripped off. Fortunately darkness covers his more intimate regions, as seen here.
  • In "The Invisible Mom", Jackie is bitten by a cobra. He acts like he's drunk. During his fight against Dark Chi Enforcers, his lips dry out, forcing him to drink water from a jar. While we know the cause of his disoriented state and that he drunk ordinary water, the fact that he's still disoriented makes it look like he's keeping himself drunk. Eventually, he passes out. The whole fight scene is a homage to a similar scene in Chan's film Drunken Master. Nice job making a G-Rated Drug.
    • It happens again in "Clash of the Titanics", but this time with decompression sickness. In the end of the episode, Jackie is left to recover in a pressure chamber. Like a drunk who's being left to sleep off their head clear.
  • In "A Night at the Opera", Uncle mentions that Jade has been in the bathroom for a long time and wonders if she "fell in".
  • In "Black Magic", one of the Sumo Khan performs a Finger Poke of Doom on Hak Foo with its middle finger.
  • In "The Shadow Eaters", after finally getting an Oni Mask, Hak Foo is less than pleased about the tiny Leech Khan. Enraged, he attacks Jackie while yelling "DEMON COMPENSATES FOR INFERIOR NINJA ARMY!"
    • When Tarakudo uses his telekinetics to drag Chow from a shower, we first see only Chow's wet feet. Of course he's wearing a towel, but we don't know that at first. He also mocks Hak Foo for the Mini Khan slightly suggestingly.