While it hardly seems necessary to give a reason for giving the gift of comedy, we would like to express that our feelings toward Xiaolin Showdown Abridged go beyond those given to a mere parody. LittleKuriboh has written that while Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series is a fulfilling and enjoyable project for him, his greater purpose for making it is to bring attention to a great plot and cast of characters that often take a backseat to the show's commercial agenda. In this spirit, we also feel that our productions are in themselves purposeful in addition to enjoyable. Despite its seeminglytraditionalsetup , Xiaolin Showdown is a one-of-a-kind show that meant a tremendous amount to us and our friends when it was on during our childhood. The series may have ended, but its disappearance from the airwaves altogether is heartbreaking and denying the growing generation a beautifully rendered, wholesome, and thought provoking cartoon. As described in its first Kid's WB promo, it is indeed a masterpiece, and deserves to live on. We know that there are many who feel the same way, and bringing attention back to the awesome adventures of the Four Dragons is a necessary mission, as well as a wonderfully gratifying one.
Xiaolin Showdown the Abridged Series follows the fun-filled adventures of Xiaolin Dragons-in-training as they fight the forces of evil, andJack Spicer. It is currently at 11 episodes and can be found here. It hasn't been updated since August 2010.
Actor Allusion: Jack Spicer tends to say "Bejabbers" as a reference to the fact that he and Dave are voiced by Danny Cooksey.
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: Somewhat subverted in the fact that abridgers hold no copyright. A version of "Hair Guy" Kemo appears as the guard in episode 3 and (Not) Yami shows up during the comment special