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Trivia: Xiaolin Showdown
- Cross-Dressing Voices: Tara Strong as Omi. This is played straight for him in most languages. Except Italian.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Practically everyone: Tom Kenny as Raimundo and Hannibal Roy Bean, Jeff Bennett as Clay and Master Monk Guan, Tara Strong as Omi, Grey DeLisle as Kimiko, Wayne Knight as Dojo, Danny Cooksey as Jack Spicer, Maurice LaMarche as Tubbimura and (from the second season on) as Master Fung, Jason Marsden as Chase Young, Jennifer Hale as Katnappe, Kevin Michael Richardson as Pandabubba, Susan Silo as Wuya... See "Talking To Himself" for more details.
- Just for Fun: As most of you know, Tom Kenny is Raimundo and Hannibal Roy Bean. However, he also voices:
- Grand Master Dashi
- The street thugs in "My Homey Omi"
- The random Chinese man in "Pandatown"
- The Treasure of the Blind Swordsman
- And many more... keep adding them as you recognize them!
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: As of this writing, only Season 1 has ever been released on DVD. The only way to see Seasons 2 & 3 is by searching for it on Youtube.
- The Other Darrin: The revival has an all-Canadian cast. Only Omi and Katnappe have their original voices, as Tara Strong and Jennifer Hale have dual citizenship.
- Playing Against Type: Jason Marsden as Chase Young.
- Talking to Himself: Taken Up to Eleven since the series was voiced by incredibly well-recognized and prolific voice actors (see "Hey, It's That Voice!" above), as all four of the main character's voice actors - Tom Kenny, Jeff Bennett, Tara Strong, and Grey DeLisle - also voice multiple background characters and one-off villains. Even Maurice LaMarche gets in on the Talking to Himself action. See the character page for details.
- In Venezuela, Omi and Wuya share a voice.