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Lost and Found is the twenty-second episode of Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure, Season 2. It premiered on April 7, 2019 and it is the forty-fifth episode of the series overall.






Plot

As the team gets closer to the Dark Kingdom, Rapunzel decided to celebrate Eugene's birthday with him, even though they didn't know his official birth date. Just then, Madame Canardist and Vigor the Visionary arrived, having followed them on their travels, to give them information about the last piece of the scroll. While Eugene was skeptical about it, Rapunzel excitedly went to a labyrinth with Vigor as their guide.

To their surprise, Vigor began to speak and introduced himself as Lord Demanitus. He explained that millennia ago, a phenomenon happened that cause a drop from the sun and a stone from the moon to fall unto the earth. He and his pupils (Sugracha, Matthews, and presumably Mother Gothel), went to search for the Sun Drop and Moon Stone when his pupils turned against him and join allegiances with his enemy, Zhan Tiri. It took all the power he had to stop this evil and he divided the scroll containing his research of the Sun Drop and Moon Stone into four pieces and hid them to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands. He also managed to merge himself with Vigor to keep Zhan Tiri from finding him and he was waiting for the right moment to come out because the spell he used worked only once and it only lasts a few hours before he became a part of Vigor forever.

Following Demanitus' guidance, the team went through a series of puzzles and riddles in the maze, one of which includes a fountain that demands a coin from each person to let them pass safely. When they made it to the end of the maze, Eugene crossed a bridge made of crystals to unlock the chest containing the last scroll piece. As soon as Eugene came back, however, they were soon attacked by one of Damenitus' mechanisms because Eugene hadn't dropped his coin in the fountain out of disbelief. They later got themselves trapped in a room in an attempt to escape the machine.

With his time nearly out, Demanitus quickly explained that they must unite the Sun Drop and Moon Stone to ignite an ultimate power and the scroll contains instructions on how to use it. He also explained that if the Sun Drop and the Moon Stone are not united, the black rocks will reawaken and search for Rapunzel forever, destroying everything in its path. He also convinced Eugene to continue to have faith, a faith which he already had in Rapunzel. When Rapunzel asked him how her hair works and what the Moon Stone does, he said that these are the things she must learn for herself and that he has faith in her. As soon as he said it, he became emerged with Vigor for good. Just then, the mechanism came in and attempts to harm them, only to be destroyed by Rapunzel's shielding power from her hair.

Rapunzel and Eugene returned Vigor to Madame Canardist, who soon told them that Vigor wanted Eugene to have the gem on his turban. Then they returned to their friends, where Rapunzel tells the whole story to them. Meanwhile, Eugene opened up the gem to find a piece of paper, which reads, "At the end of Rapunzel's journey, one of her party shall turn against her". Eugene looked at each party member, wondering who it could be, and his eyes widen when he saw that Cassandra was smiling suspiciously.

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Trivia

  • The fourth and the final piece of the ancient scroll is retrieved by Rapunzel, Eugene and Pascal respectively then it is restored at the near of the end of the episode which would be handed back to Varian to study it again offscreen during the upcoming season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively after Rapunzel is back at her kingdom from traveling to the Dark Kingdom for a whole year to pursue her destiny.
  • The scene of Rapunzel, Eugene, Vigor and Madame Canardist are shown inside the fortune-telling wagon is the same exact scene from the previous season two episode Vigor the Visionary and the series respectively while Pascal is added to that same scene.
  • It is revealed during the episode that Sugracha the Eternal AKA Mrs. Sugarby and Matthews AKA Tromus and possibly Cassandra's biological mom Mother Gothel once were the three pupils of Lord Demanitus until they betrayed him to free and serve their new master Zhan Tiri prior to the series.
  • Rapunzel mentioned the Demanitus Device that stopped the blizzard during the first season special one hour episode Queen for a Day and the series respectively which released Mrs. Sugarby AKA Sugracha the Eternal from it offscreen.
  • It is the third episode of the series Rapunzel unleashes the protective shield from her hair, following the two of the season one episodes What the Hair?! and The Quest for Varian and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel will use the protective shield from her hair during the second half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively to protect her and Pascal from the blast.
  • This is the second and the final episode of the series that Rapunzel, Eugene, Madame Canardist and Vigor are shown inside the fortune telling wagon again after the season two episode Vigor the Visionary and the series respectively.
    • Also, this is Pascal's only episode of the series to be inside the fortune telling wagon and it is his second time that he met Madame Canardist and Vigor after the season two episode Curses! and the series respectively.
  • Rapunzel granted Eugene a birthday at the beginning of the episode when she gave him a makeshift cupcake but she told him "don't eat it" due to the fact that it is a poisonous mushroom.
    • This foreshadows the first half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively when Rapunzel is throwing Eugene a surprise birthday party alongside the help from Pascal, Maximus, Lance, Kiera, Catalina, Xavier, Pete, Stan, Feldspar, Old Lady Crowley, Monty, Attila, Big Nose, Ulf, Vladimir, Shorty, Nigel, King Frederic, Queen Arianna, Faith, Hazel, King Edmund and Hamuel respectively.
  • Rapunzel and Eugene do not wear their new outfits at all.
  • The way Eugene takes a coin from his miniature satchel during the episode is going to be similar to the way he walks on the precipice to give the ring to Varian during the second half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively.
    • Also, the way Madame Canardist catches the coin is going to be the same way Eugene catches the ring before walking on the precipice during the second half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel catches Cassandra's handmaiden headdress during the final solo song I'd Give Anything that she sang from the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of Season 3 inside Cassandra's vacant former bedroom. Also, it is the same way Roland caught the PDA at the beginning of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode A Duel with Dartz - Part 1.
  • The bronze graphtyc, Adira's Black Rock sword and The Spire respectively made a cameo during the episode because the three items hid the tore scroll from Zhan Tiri and her three followers.
  • Cassandra appears only at the beginning and the end of the episode but she doesn't have dialogue like during the season one episode Max's Enemy and the series respectively.
  • It is implied that one of Lord Demanitus' three pupils, who had ultimately double-crossed him to serve Zhan Tiri herself was Cassandra's own mom AKA Mother Gothel herself when the silhouette of the latter was shown alongside Mrs. Sugarby AKA Sugracha the Eternal and Matthews AKA Tromus during the same episode of season two and the series respectively.
  • The way Eugene's face up close is shown at the end of the season two episode is going to be the same way Rapunzel's face is shown up close at the beginning of the first half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of Season 3 and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel's face is shown up close when she recites the Hope Incantation while Cassandra's face is shown up close when she says "I don't follow your orders anymore!" during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Cassandra's face is shown close up when she says "save it!" at the near end of the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of Season 3 and the series respectively and when she is about to sit on the throne after she took over the kingdom. Plus, it is the same way Varian's face is shown up close when he smiles while Demanitus' Tomb is opening during the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of Season 3 while Zhan Tiri's face, Rapunzel's face, Eugene's face and Cassandra's face are shown up close during the same episode. Also, it is the same way Rapunzel's face and Cassandra's face are shown close up during the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Chase Young's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episodes Master Monk Guan, The Evil Within and Saving Omi. Also, it is the same way Chase Young's face and Jack Spicer's face were shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Year of the Green Monkey. Plus, it is the same way Catalina's face is shown up close during the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively while Kiera's face is show up close at the near end of the same episode. Also, it is the same way Cassandra's face is shown up close at the end of the season three episode Race to the Spire and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Autumn's face is shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl episode Tanks for the Memories!. Also, it is the same way Sugracha's face and Rapunzel's face were shown during the season one episode Painter's Block and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Varian's face was shown up close at the end of the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo's face was shown up close when Wuya entered inside his head during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Mala Mala Jong. Also, it is the same way Raimundo's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh while Master Fung's face and Wuya's mask were shown up close at the near end of the same Xiaolin Showdown episode then Wuya's face were shown up close at the end of the same Xiaolin Showdown episode. Also, it is the same way Kimiko's face was shown close up during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Citadel of Doom. Also, it is the same way Raimundo's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episodes The Shard of Lightning and Finding Omi. Plus, it is the same way Omi's face, Raimundo's face, Kimiko's face and Clay's face were shown up close when they gasped during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil while Jack Spicer's face and his cousin Megan's face were shown close up at the end of the same Xiaolin Showdown episode. Also, it is the same way Omi's face was shown up close when he found the answer on how to destroy spiders during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Dangerous Minds and Omi's face is shown close up during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Wu Got the Power. Plus, it is the same way Kimiko's face was shown up close while she said "And then some, you old witch!" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town when she is about to attack Wuya. Plus, it is the same way Jessie's face was shown close up at the end of the Pokémon: Johto Journeys episode Ignorance is Blissey. Also, it is the same way Jack Spicer's face was shown up close when he starts to run away from the Xiaolin Temple at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Time After Time: Part II. Plus, it is the same way Wuya's face was shown close up at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past. Also, it is the same way Omi's face, Raimundo's face, Kimiko's face and Clay's face were shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Return of Master Monk Guan. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel's face was shown up close during the season two episode Happiness Is... and the series respectively before she grabbed the Idol of Vershaftsbezeigungengien back from Alfons and the Lorbs. Also, it is the same way Katnappé's face AKA Ashley was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Apprentice. Plus, it is the same way Kimiko's face and Master Fung's face were shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Evil Within. Also, it is the same way May's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode A Cacturne for the Worse. Plus, it is the same way Ash's face and Duplica's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo League episode Ditto's Mysterious Mansion. Also, it is the same way Ash's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Tricks of the Trade and the Pokémon the Series: Black and White episode Crisis from the Underground Up!. Plus, it is the same way Marcy's face is shown up close during the Amphibia episode The First Temple. Also, it is the same way Anne's face is shown up close during the Amphibia episode The Second Temple. Plus, it is the same way Sasha's face is shown up close during the Amphibia episode The Third Temple. Also, it is the same way Raimundo's face, Clay's face and Jack Spicer's face were shown close up at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the same way Ash's face and Max's face were shown close up during the Pokémon: Advanced episode There's No Place Like Hoenn!. Also, it is the same way Ash's face and Misty's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo League episode The Bridge Bike Gang. Plus, it is the same way Dojo's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Saving Omi. Also, it is the same way Gladion's face is shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Enter the Champion!. Plus, it is the same way May's face was shown up close at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Get the Show on the Road! while she saw her electrocuted bike. Also, it is the same way Omi's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Enter the Dragon. Plus, it is the same way Pete's face is shown up close during the season three episode No Time Like the Past and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Duke's face was shown up close when he said "What's Yugi talking about" during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Mechanical Mayhem - Part 2. Plus, it is the same way Sasha's face is shown up close at the near end of the Amphibia episode Prison Break. Also, it is the same way May's face and Brock's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced episode On a Wingull and a Prayer!. Plus, it is the same way Ash's face and Iris's face were shown up close at the near end of the Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond episode The Path that Leads to Goodbye!. Also, it is the same way Jessie's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: DP Galatic Battles episode Three Sides to Every Story!. Plus, it is the same way Eda's face is shown up close during The Owl House episode A Lying Witch and a Warden. Also, it is the same way Marinette's face is shown up close at the end of the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Mr. Pigeon 72. Plus, it is the same way Brock's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode Trouble's Brewing. Also, it is the same way Ash's face, Misty's face and Ritchie's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Friend or Foe Alike. Plus, it is the same way Jessie's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Tail with a Twist. Also, it is the same way Jessie's face and Dawn's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode A Maze-ing Race!. Plus, it is the same way Professor Rowan's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Two Degree of Separation! and the Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension episode Camping It Up!. Also, it is the same way Oshawott's face and Ash's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Black and White episode Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open!. Plus, it is the same way Master Hamm's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Pasta La Vista!. Also, it is the same way Jessie's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Six Pack Attack!. Plus, it is the same way Ash's face, Bill's face and James's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Mystery at the Lighthouse. Also, it is the same way Meowth's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Emergency!. Plus it is the same way Serena's face was shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode Battling at Full Volume!. Also, it is the same way Ash's face, Jessie's face and Max's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Do I Hear a Ralts?. Plus, it is the same way Marinette's face is shown up close during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Guiltrip. Also, it is the same way Bulbasaur's face and May's face were shown up close at the end of the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Grass Hysteria! and during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode A Cacturne for the Worse. Plus, it is the same way Tokin's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Showdown at Linoone. Also, it is the same way Jessie's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Hole Lotta Trouble and the Pokémon Advanced Challenge episode I Feel Skitty. Plus, it is the same way Misty's face and Giselle's face were shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The School of Hard Knocks. Also, it is the same way Omi's face was shown up close during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Judging Omi. Plus, it is the same way Ash's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode The Foul Play and the Pokémon: Master Quest episode The Perfect Match!. Also, it is the same way Ash's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Showdown in Pewter City while Brock's face was shown up close at the end of the same episode. Plus, it is the same way Cherry's face was shown up close at the near end of the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode The Psychic Sidekicks!. Also, it is the same way Duplica's face was shown up close at the near end of the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode Imitation Confrontation. Plus, it is the same way Jesse's face was shown up close at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Black Vipers. Also, it is the same way Ash's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Shipwreck and the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Love at First Twirl!. Plus, it is the same way Gladion's face and Lusamine's face were shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Mission: Total Recall!. Also, it is the same way Kiawe's face and Faba's face were shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Faba's Revenge!. Plus, it is the same way Morrison's face was shown up close during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Less is Morrison. Also, it is the same way Gastly's face was shown up close at the beginning of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Ghost of Maiden's Peak while Jessie's face and Brock's face were shown up close during the same episode. Plus, it is the same way Varian's face was shown up close when he blamed Rapunzel at the near end of the second half of the special one hour episode Secret of the Sun Drop of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Brock's face was shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Fire of Heart! Fire of Stone!. Plus, it is the same way Joey's face, Yugi's face and Serenity's face were shown up close at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends' Til the End, Part 4. Also, it is the same way James's face was shown up close during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Alola, Alola!. Plus, it is the same way Yami Marik's face, Yami Yugi's face and Kaiba's face were shown up close during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode The Final Face Off - Part 3. Also, it is the same way King Trevor's face was shown up close during the season two episode The Brothers Hook and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way King Trevor's face is shown up close during the season three episode The King and Queen of Hearts and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Yami Yugi's face was shown up close at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Fate of the Pharaoh - Part 2. Plus, it is the same way Dartz's face and Joey's face were shown up close at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Fighting for a Friend - Part 5. Also, it is the same way Ash's face was shown up close when he was hypnotized by the shiny Noctowl during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Fowl Play. Plus, it is the same way Hook Foot's face, Catalina's face and Kiera's face were shown up close during the season one episode Big Brothers of Corona and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Visquez's face and Ash's face are shown up close during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Destination: Coronation! respectively. Plus, it is the same way Runo's face was shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers episode Voice in the Night. Also, it is the same way Lync's face, Dan's face and Alice's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Family Ties. Plus, it is the same way Baron's face, Mira's face, Keith's face and Gus's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Unmasked. Also, it is the same way Hydron's face, Volt's face, Keith's face were shown up close at the near end of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Volt's Revolt. Plus, it is the same way Mira's face and Dan's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Spectra's Last Stand. Also, it is the same way Professor Clay's face was shown up close at the near end of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Final Fury. Plus, it is the same way Shadow Prove's face, Mylenen's face and Mira's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Mylene's Meltdown. Also, it is the same way Zenoheld's face and Hydron's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode An Heir to Spare. Plus, it is the same way Professor Clay's face and Zenoheld's face were shown up close during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers episode Payback. Also, it is the same way Ash's face, Meowth's face and Pikachu's face were shown up close during the Pokémon the Series XYZ episode Dream a Little Dream From Me!. Plus, it is the same way Goh's face is shown up close at the near end of the three Pokémon Journeys: The Series episodes Mind-Boggling Dynamax, Serving Up the Flute Cup! and Sobbing Sobble! respectively. Also, it is the same way the brainwashed Joey's face and the brainwashed Téa's face was shown up close at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Double Duel, Part 4. Plus, it is the same way Sasha's face is shown up close during the Amphibia episode Turning Point. Also, it is the same way Anne's mom's face and Anne's face are shown up close during the Amphibia episode Thai Feud.
  • The way Eugene talks under his breath when Rapunzel and Vigor leave him by himself during the episode is the same way May talked under her breath at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Get the Show on the Road!. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel talks under her breath during the second half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of Season 3 and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Eugene talked under his breath during the first episode What the Hair?! of Season 1 and the series respectively while he spied on Rapunzel, Pascal and Cassandra from the bushes alongside Maximus. Also, it is the same way Varian talks under his breath when he didn't see that Cassandra is talking to the Enchanted Girl AKA Zhan Tiri during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively.
  • This Season 2 episode foreshadows the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of Season 3 when Rapunzel unites the Sun Drop and Moon Stone to send it to the outer space after she healed Cassandra from dying and also Eugene, Varian, Ruddiger, Quirin, Kiera, Catalina, Lance, Pete, Stan, Maximus, Fidella, Monty, Old Lady Crowley, Xavier, Feldspar, Ulf, Attila, Vladimir, Big Nose, Shorty, Milton the Goat, King Frederic, Queen Arianna, Adira, King Edmund, Hector and his pets after being weakened by the Reverse Incantation (spell) when Zhan Tiri recites it.
  • The way Eugene says "Stupid monkey" while he is referring to Vigor during the episode is the same way Raimundo said "Stupid dragon" while he was referring to Dojo during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil. Plus, it is the same way Omi said "Lazy dragon" while he was referring to Dojo during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode Xiaolin Redemption. Also, it is the same way Kimiko said "Stupid kimono" and "Stupid sandals" while she was wearing them during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Tangled Web. Plus, it is the same way Dwayne says "Stupid animals" while he is referring to Maximus, Pascal, Ruddiger and Hamuel respectively during the season three episode Day of the Animals and the series respectively.
    • The way Rapunzel and Vigor walk away from Eugene during the episode is the same way Raimundo and Kimiko walked away from Clay and Omi during the episode Shen Yi Bu. Plus, it is the same way Omi, Raimundo and Kimiko respectively walked away from Clay during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Bird of Paradise. Also, it is the same way Varian walks away from Rapunzel during the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively while Rapunzel briefly walks away from Varian during the same episode. Plus, it is the same way Varian briefly walks away from Xavier during the season three episode The Lost Treasure of Herz Der Sonne and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Rapunzel walked away from Eugene during the season two episode The Brothers Hook and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel and Eugene walked away from Cassandra at the beginning of the season two episode Mirror, Mirror and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Teen Eugene and Teen Lance walk away from Rapunzel during the season three episode No Time Like the Past and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Cassandra walks away from Varian during the duet song Nothing Left to Lose and she walks away from the throne room after she crashed Eugene's birthday party during the first half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Raimundo walked away from Omi, Kimiko and Clay at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Mala Mala Jong. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel walks away from Eugene during the first half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of Season 3 and the series respectively while Varian walks away briefly from his former friends during the same first half of the one hour special episode. Also, it is the same way Raimundo walked away from Omi at the beginning of the episode In the Flesh and also Raimundo briefly walked away from Wuya twice during the same Xiaolin Showdown episode while Jack Spicer walked away from Wuya after the former arrived at the lighthouse. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo walked away from Omi, Kimiko, Clay, Master Monk Guan, Dojo and also Raimundo briefly walked away from Hannibal Roy Bean during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Return of Master Monk Guan. Also, it is the same way Ash, Misty and Brock walked away from Team Rocket at the beginning of the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Around the Whirlpool. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay walked away from Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Royal Rumble. Also, it is the same way Kimiko walked away from Omi, Raimundo and Clay during the two Xiaolin Showdown episodes Katnappé and The Evil Within respectively. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel walked away from Cassandra during the first episode What the Hair?! of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Ash walked away from Pikachu during Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!. Plus, it is the same way Colonel Hansel walked away from Ash, Misty, Brock, May, Max, Miranda, Princess Sara and her parents during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Princess and the Togepi. Also, it is the same way Brock, May, Max and Pikachu briefly walked away from Ash at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Gonna Rule The School!. Plus, it is the same way Max and Pikachu walked away from Meowth during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Hole Lotta Trouble. Also, it is the same way James and Mime Jr. walked away from Jessie and Meowth during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode The Ole' Berate and Switch!. Plus, it is the same way Jessie walked away from Dawn at the near end of the Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors episode Coming Full-Festival Circle!. Also, it is the same way Gladion walked away from Lillie and Ash during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode A Glaring Rivalry!. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel and Eugene walk away from Pascal and his new friend Little Big Guy respectively during the season three episode Pascal's Dragon and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Ash walked away from May during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Bicker the Better while James walked away from Jessie during the same episode. Plus, it is the same way Duke, Mai, Marik, Ishizu and Odion walked away from Yugi, Joey, Téa, Tristan, Serenity and Bakura respectively at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode One for the Road. Also, it is the same way Serenity walked away from Téa at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Looking Back and Moving Forward. Plus, it is the same way Jessie and James briefly walked away from Meowth during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Exploud and Clear!. Also, it is the same way the sapphire statues of Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko, Clay, Master Fung and the elder monks walked away from the Xiaolin Temple alongside the Sapphire Dragon at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Night of the Sapphire Dragon. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay walked away from each other and Dojo while the chi of the former three were sucked out of them by the Chi Creature during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Finding Omi. Also, it is the same way Mira walked away from Dan, Julie, Runo, Alice and Baron during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Family Ties. Plus, it is the same way Keith and Gus walked away from Mira and Julie at the end of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Unmasked. Also, it is the same way Hydron walked away from Lync during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Payback. Plus, it is the same way Dan, Runo, Baron, Mira, Alice and Dr. Michael walked away from Lync at the end of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Gate Crashers. Also, it is the same way Professor Clay walked away from Mira and Keith at the near end of the Bakaugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Final Fury. Plus, it is the same way Eugene walks away from Rapunzel to find Varian during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Mateo, Gabe and Elena walked away from Naomi during the Elena of Avalor episode My Fair Naomi. Plus, it is the same way Varian walked away after he grabbed Attitude-Reversing Potion from the Season 1 episode Not in the Mood and the series respectively while Rapunzel walked away from her mom and dad and Griffin of Pittsford during the same episode when Rapunzel's personality was the opposite. Also, it is the same way Ash, Lana, Lillie, Mallow, Sophocles and Kiawe walked away from Samson Oak during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode The Dealer of Destruction! respectively. Plus, it is the same way Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay walked away from Dojo and Jack Spicer's cousin Megan during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil. Also, it is the same way the brainwashed Joey and Téa walked away from Yami Yugi during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends Til the End, Part 1. Plus, it is the same way Rapunzel, Eugene and Maximus walk away from Varian, Kiera, Catalina and Lance during the season three episode Flynnpostor and the series respectively while Brock Thunderstrike walks away from Rapunzel, Eugene, Maximus and Pascal at the near end of the same episode. Also, it is the same way Varian walked away from the event when he was feeling down during the first season episode Great Expotations and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Anne walks away from Hop Pop, Polly and Sprig then Anne, her mom and Ned walk away from Sprig during the Amphibia episode Thai Feud. Also, it is the same way Raimundo walked away from Omi after the former pantsed the latter during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Journey of a Thousand Miles. Plus, it is the same way Cat Noir briefly walked away from Chloe during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Mayura. Also, it is the same way Seto Kaiba walked away during the two Yu-Gi-Oh! episodes Settling the Score, Part 1 and Unwanted Guest, Part 2 respectively. Plus, it is the same way Cassandra, Lance and Shorty walked away from Rapunzel and Eugene at the near end of the season two episode You're Kidding Me! and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Eugene's evil mirror doppelganger walked away from the mirror after the former replaced the real Eugene as revealed during the flashback of the season two episode Mirror, Mirror and the series respectively.  
  • The way Eugene imitates Madame Canardist during the episode is the same way Jack Spicer imitated Wuya during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Katnappé. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo imitated Clay during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Like a Rock!. Also, it is the same way Kimiko imitated Clay while Raimundo imitated Kimiko during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Royal Rumble. Plus, it is the same way Jack Spicer and Robo-Jack imitated Katnappé during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Shard of Lightning. Also, it is the same way Raimundo and Jack Spicer imitated Master Fung and Omi respectively during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back. Plus, it is the same way Jack Spicer imitated Vlad during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Demon Seed. Also, it is the same way Omi imitated Master Fung during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Apprentice. Plus, it is the same way Raimundo and Omi imitated each other while the former wore the Crystal Glasses during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Crystal Glasses. Also, it is the same way Duke Devlin imitated Kaiba during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Trial by Stone. Plus, it is the same way Duplica imitated Ash, Misty, Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau when the former wore the outfits of the latter four. Also, it is the same way Omi, Clay and Kimiko imitated Wuya, Chase Young and Hannibal Roy Bean respectively during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the same way Wobbuffet imitated Brock during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Bicker the Better. Also, it is the same way Pascal imitates how Eugene ran away from the large boulder during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of Season 3 and the series respectively. Plus, it is the same way Shadow Prove imitated the voices of Dan and Mira respectively during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers episode Voices in the Night.

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Season 1 What the Hair?!Rapunzel's EnemyFitzherbert P.I.Challenge of the BraveCassandra v. EugeneThe Return of StrongbowIn Like FlynnGreat ExpotationsUnder RapsOne Angry PrincessPascal's StoryBig Brothers of CoronaThe Wrath of Ruthless RuthMax's EnemyThe Way of the WillowQueen for a DayPainter's BlockNot in the MoodThe Quest for VarianThe Alchemist ReturnsSecret of the Sun Drop
Season 2 Beyond the Corona WallsThe Return of QuaidGoodbye and GoodwillForest of No ReturnFreebirdVigor the VisionaryKeeper of the SpireKing PascalThere's Something About Hook FootHappiness Is...Max and Eugene in Peril on the High SeasCurses!The Eye of PincostaRapunzel and the Great TreeThe Brothers HookRapunzel: Day OneMirror, MirrorYou're Kidding Me!RapunzeltopiaLost and FoundDestinies Collide
Season 3 Rapunzel's ReturnReturn of the KingWho's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?The Lost Treasure of Herz Der SonneNo Time Like the PastBeginningsThe King and Queen of HeartsDay of the AnimalsBe Very AfraidPascal's DragonIslands ApartCassandra's RevengeRace to the SpireA Tale of Two SistersFlynnpostorOnce a Handmaiden...Plus Est En Vous
Short Cuts CheckmatePrison BakeMake Me SmileHare PeaceNight BiteHiccup FeverSnowballHairdon'tUnicorny
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