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Mirror, Mirror is the thirty-eighth episode of Tangled: The Series. It premiered on March 31, 2019 and it is the seventeenth episode of the second season.




Synopsis

While staying at a giant shell, Rapunzel and the gang encounter mirror version of themselves.


Plot

Rapunzel and her group are becoming annoyed with their leaking caravan and each other when they are stopped by a fallen tree and come to an old estate, run by the hospitable and gentlemanly Matthews. Cassandra becomes suspicious when Matthews lets them stay without even asking for payment. Despite this, Rapunzel remains optimistic.


However, during dinner she and the others notice that Shorty is acting like a gentleman rather than his usual self. Rapunzel pulls Eugene aside to discuss this with him, when they both notice Shorty and Lance standing next to a mirror in the hallway. As soon as Lance looks into the mirror, however, he is pulled in, while a Lance doppelgänger comes out. Rapunzel soon realizes that "Shorty" is also a doppelgänger and captures them both. However, Rapunzel realizes that she, Eugene, Pascal, and Cassandra could all also be doppelgängers and performs tests to make sure who's real or not. Rapunzel, Eugene, and Pascal pass their tests, but "Cassandra" fails to slice an apple into eight pieces, as she had done previously, revealing herself as a doppelgänger.


Rapunzel, Pascal, and Eugene hide in a wardrobe while the doppelgängers chase them, until Rapunzel sees her journal falling out of "Eugene"'s shirt, causing her to realize that he also is a doppelgänger. Doppelgänger "Eugene" reveals to her that the real Eugene was the first person to look into the mirror and to be captured and replaced. Soon the other doppelgängers, including Rapunzel's, arrive and try to push Rapunzel into the mirror. When Rapunzel fights her doppelgänger, she is seemingly pushed into the mirror, and the doppelgängers depart to search for Pascal, who had escaped during the fight but Rapunzel tells the doppelgängers to leave Pascal to her.


Meanwhile, the real Eugene and the others are trying to escape when "Rapunzel" appears among them; however, she makes a gloomy remark that makes them realize that she's not Rapunzel, and they manage to capture her. Meanwhile, the real Rapunzel has been pretending to be one of the doppelgänger; she finds Pascal and sets up a trap for them. She tricks the doppelgängers into standing on the mirror which she has put on the floor, allowing her real friends to grab them and change places. They put the mirror back on the wall, but turn it around so that no-one can look into it.


The team decides to leave but when they found that the storm has gotten worse, they decide to stay in for a night and keep watch, in case something else might happen. Outside of the estate, it is revealed that the tree, which had fallen in front of the caravan earlier, was actually chopped down by an ax.


Cast


Trivia

  • The episode expanded further on Rapunzel's mutual antagonism with Uncle Monty which will end during the second half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively while the former was happy to see everybody that took shelter at Xavier's blacksmith shop due to Corona was taken over by Varian and the five Separatists of Saporia off screen due to Rapunzel and her friends traveling outside of Corona for a whole year to the Dark Kingdom.
  • The episode title references the Grimms' fairy tale "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," in the original version of which the Queen addresses her magic mirror with the words, „Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand, wer ist die Schönste im ganzen Land?“ (traditionally if inaccurately translated "Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?").
    • Ironically, the 1937 Disney film of the story had changed "Mirror, Mirror" to "Magic Mirror."
  • Ulf, Old Lady Crowley, and Uncle Monty are mentioned during the episode of season two and the series respectively by Rapunzel and Eugene's evil doppelgañger.
  • This episode is the debut of Matthews AKA Tromus, who is another one of Zhan Tiri's followers that betrayed Lord Demanitus which happened prior to the series.
  • The episode events is mentioned by Rapunzel during the season two episode You're Kidding Me! and the series respectively.
  • This episode is similar to Pokémon the Series: XY episode "The Cave of Mirrors" in which the real and the mirror doppelgängers of the characters appear in the same episode. Plus, it is similar to the Codename: Kids Next Door episode Operation: P.O.O.L. when the real and the doppelgangers appear in the same episode. Also, it is similar to the iCarly episode "iLookAlike" in which Carly, Sam, and Freddie switched places with their doppelgängers to fool Carly's older brother Spencer and Freddie's mom while Carly, Sam and Freddie were at an Mixed Martial Arts doing a webcast. Plus, it is similar to the movie Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase in which the real and the cyber doppelgangers appear in the same movie.
    • This episode is also similar to the Star Trek: The Original SeriesMirror, Mirror” episode in that protagonists switch places with evil counterparts from an alternate universe. However, Star Trek’s version involved a Transporter — a teleportation device installed aboard starships in Star Trekmalfunctioning when James T. Kirk and three fellow Starfleet officers tried to “beam” back to the NCC-1701 Enterprise during an ion storm. Moreover, it is similar to the Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl episode "Dawn of a Royal Day!" in which Dawn and Princess Salvia switched clothes and places. It is furthermore similar to a Yu-Gi-Oh! episode "Legendary Heroes, Part 2" in which Mokuba Kaiba and Princess Adena switched places, as well as a Big City Greens episode, "Impopstar," in which Cricket Green and Zillion Brax switched places. Finally, it is the exact same way to a SpongeBob SquarePants episode, "Planet of the Jellyfish," in which everyone in Bikini Bottom is replaced with Jellians except for SpongeBob SquarePants and Sandy Cheeks. Plus, it is similar to the Xiaolin Showdown episode Chameleon when Jack Spicer switched the real Kimiko Tohomiko with the Chameleon-Bot disguised as Kimiko Tohomiko during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Chameleon. Also, it is similar to the Big Hero 6: The Series episode Noodle Burger Ploy when Noodle Burger Boy, Hangry Panda, Crushroom and Hyper-Potamus switch the real Fred Frederickson the fourth with Noodle Fred AKA the robotic version. Plus, it is the exact same way to the Pokémon: Advanced episode Which Wumple's Which? when May's Wumple and Jessie's Wumple were briefly swapped. Also, it is the exact same way Misty's Politoed and Tammy's Politoed were switched during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode I Politoed Ya So!. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy's dad switch Hop Pop Plantar, Sprig Plantar and Polly Plantar for the two frogs and a tadpole at the near end of the Amphibia episode Mr. X. Also, it is the exact same way Hop Pop Plantar and human his doppelganger Humphrey Westwood switch places at the near end of the Amphibia episode Hollywood Hop Pop. Plus, it is the exact same way Chloe and her doppelganger Soleil briefly switch their outfits during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Night and Day, You are the Ones!.
    • It is highly likely that Mirror Pascal would have been rowdy and mischievous, similar to Mirror Pikachu's personality during the Pokémon the Series: XY episode "The Cave of Mirrors" even though the former didn't appear during the episode at all and wasn't mentioned by the five evil doppelgangers.
  • The way Cassandra's evil doppelgänger slices the rope to free the evil doppelgängers of Lance and Shorty respectively during the episode is the same way Cassandra sliced an apple with her sword during the season two episode Goodbye and Goodwill and the series respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel and her evil doppelgänger fight during the episode is reminiscent of Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back and Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution in which the Pokémon and their clones are fighting against each other to determine which one of them is superior but Pikachu, Meowth and Meowth's clone didn't fight at all.
    • Further, the way Eugene flirts with Rapunzel's evil doppelgänger during the season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way to how Brock from the Pokémon anime flirts with various women whom he encountered when he journeyed with Ash Ketchum and his Pikachu throughout the four of the main regions which were Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh respectively the prior the former had decided to become a Pokémon Doctor. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa flirted with Willow AKA Chase Young's apprentice Shadow during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode A Girl named Willow while the latter flirted with the former, Omi and Clay Bailey. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko flirted with Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Screams of the Siren while Dyrus flirted with Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa and Clay Bailey. Plus, it is the exact same way Duke Devlin flirted with Joey Wheeler's little sister Serenity Wheeler during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Let the Finals Begin!. Plus, it is the exact same way Katnappe formerly AKA Ashley flirted with Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Apprentice.
  • Pascal uses his camouflage ability as his test to see if he isn't one of the fake one to show Rapunzel what Old Lady Crowley and Ulf would resemble.
    • Pascal will also use this same ability during the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three after he and Owl spy on Adira and Hector and his pets at the castle offscreen.
  • Eugene's mirror doppelgänger made a reference to the second half of the special one hour episode Beyond the Corona Walls of season two and the series respectively, in which Lance Strongbow was bitten by The Baron's pet Kai Spider because it crawled into the former's shirt to poison the former.
  • The way Rapunzel whispers to her pet chameleon Pascal during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian whispered to Rapunzel's best friend Cassandra at the beginning of the season one episode Great Expotations and the series respectively. Further, it is the exact same way Varian whispers when he asks, "Who is she talking to?" during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Moreover, it is the exact same way Varian said, "I started the rumor," at the beginning of the season one episode Great Expotations and also "Shh!" "There was one drop left, but it was enough for to replicate and modify", "I had to be sure the flower was here", "Sorry, Princess but I know firsthand how well you keep promises," "It's Rapunzel!" during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and "Shall we get started?" during the second half of the special one hour finale episode Secret of the Sun Drop of season one and the series respectively. Varian also whispers while he says, "We can be friends again," after he says,"…in the end when your memory has been erased" during the second half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian whispers while he says "You know, something tells me he's not going to do it if we ask him nicely, either," during the episode Day of the Animals of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa whispered to Dojo Kanojo Cho when the latter is on-screen and won't move out of the shot that the former is filming a video of Omi, Clay Bailey and Kimiko Tohomiko while they impersonated Wuya, Chase Young, and Hannibal Roy Bean respectively during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Hannibal's Revenge." Also, it is the exact same way Eugene whispered to Cassandra during the season one episode Pascal's Story and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa whispered when he said "No" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene whispered when he said "Lance, not now" at the beginning of the first half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively while Rapunzel whispered when she said "Xavier" during the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel whispers to Eugene's childhood best friend Lance during the first half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively to keep Eugene busy. Also, it is the exact same way Brock put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered "It must be a girl thing" to Ash Ketchum during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Princess vs. Princess. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene whispered when he said "Rapunzel's painting class" and "Varian" during the two of the season one episodes Painter's Block and The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Fred whispers to Mini-Max during the Big Hero 6: The Series episode City of Monsters. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene whispers at the near end of the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way a Picnicker whispered to Ash Ketchum while she put her hand next to her mouth during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Scent-sation!. Plus, it is the exact same way Humphrey Westwood whispers to Hop Pop Plantar at the near end of the Amphibia episode Hollywood Hop Pop.
    • Moreover, the way Rapunzel put her hand next to her mouth when she whispers to her pet chameleon Pascal during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to his former crush Cassandra at the beginning of the episode Great Expotations of season one and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to Hook Hand's little brother Hook Foot during the episode The Brothers Hook of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Kiera will put her hand next to her mouth when she says, "Feast your eyes upon the Beast!" to the people of Corona during the episode Be Very Afraid of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered when he said, "Fist of Tebigong," during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Hannibal's Revenge." Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum put his hand next to his mouth during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode "Sparks Fly for Magnemite." Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie put her hand next to her mouth at the end of the Pokémon: Johto Journeys episode "Ignorance is Blissey" while she whispered. Also, it is the exact same way Misty put her hand next to her mouth when she whispered to Ash Ketchum during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode "Showdown at Dark City." Plus, it is the same way Omi put his hand next to his mouth when he asked "Does that mean he accepts?" and Raimundo Pedrosa puts his hand next to his mouth when he said "I think so" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "The Evil Within" while they are talking about Sibini. Also, it is the exact same way Sandra puts her hand next to her mouth while she whispered to her mom Savannah during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Fan with a Plan. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene will whisper when he says "Hold your fire" to Varian during the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of season three and the series respectively to prevent him from attacking Cassandra. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa put his hand next to his mouth at the beginning of the Xiaolin Chronicles episode Tokyo Madness. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered "Make it look good" to the Chameleon-Bot during the Xiaolin Showdown epsiode Chameleon. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum put his hand next to his mouth while he whispered his plan to Brock, May and Max during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Ready, Willing and Sableye about scaring his Corphish. Plus, it is the exact same way Stan put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered "Captain calls him the Silent Striker" to Eugene during the season one episode Big Brothers of Corona and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum whispered when he said "Misty, thank you, and Brock... I know there's no way I could've ever... during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Gotta Catch Ya Later!. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty and Jessie put their hand next to their mouth when they whispered to Brock, James and Meowth respectively during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Heartbreak of Brock. Also, it is the exact same way Brock put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to Misty during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Battle of the Badge. Plus, it is the exact same way Brodie put his his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to his Ditto while the former disguised himself as Millie during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Unfair Weather Friends. Also, it is the exact same way Chase Young whispered to Omi at the end of the Xiaolin Chronicles episode Chase Lays an Egg. Plus, it is the exact same way Brock put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to Ash Ketchum during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The School of Hard Knocks. Also, it is the exact same way James put his hand next to his mouth while he whispered to Meowth during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Flower Power. Plus, it is the exact same way Norman's gym assistant Kenny put his hand next to his mouth while he whispered to May and her little brother Max during the Pokémon Advanced Challenge episode Love, Petalburg Style!. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie put her hand next to her mouth when she whispered to her Arbok at the near end of the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Ignorance is Blissey, Plus, it is the exact same way Brock put his hand next to his mouth when he whispered to Misty during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode Imitation Confrontation. Also, it is the exact same way Brock put his hands next to his mouth when he whispered to Professor Oak during the Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands episode A Tent Situation. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer put his hand next to his mouth when he told Raimundo Pedrosa that Tiny Sim doesn't stand a chance with Miss Hothead AKA Kimiko Tohomiko during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode The Mark of the Dragon Spirit. Also, it is the exact same way Lê Chiến Kim put his hand next to his mouth when he says "What does rehabilitate mean" while he whispered to Max Kanté during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Mega Leech. Plus, it is the exact same way Marinette Dupain-Cheng put her hand next to her mouth during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Rocketear. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy put her hand next to her mouth during the Amphibia episode Hop 'Til You Drop. Plus, it is the exact same way Sasha Waybright put her hand next to her mouth when she whispers "What do we tell them?" to Captain Grime while the former is referring to the Wartwood citizens during the Amphibia episode Turning Point. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy puts her hand next to her mouth when she whispers "Psst. I'll give you five to pretend to be me for forty-five minutes" to a lady during the Amphibia episode Temple Frogs then Anne Boonchuy and Hop Pop Plantar whisper to each other during the same Amphibia episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Dojo Kanojo Cho put his hand next to his mouth when he said "Sounded like he said Wuya" to Kimiko Tohomiko while the former was referring to Jack Spicer during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past. Also, it is the exact same way Marinette Dupain-Cheng put her hand next to her mouth when she whispers to her best friend Alya Césaire during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Gabriel Agreste. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie put her hand next to her mouth when she whispered to her partners James and Meowth during the Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors episode With the Easiest of Grace!. Also, it is the exact same way Chloe puts her hand next to her mouth when she whispers to Dawn about what the latter said when she is referring Ash Ketchum earlier at the near end of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Nightfall? Nightmares!. Plus, it is the exact same way Lisa Simpson whispered to her dad Homer Simpson during The Simpsons episode The Italian Bob. Also, it is the exact same way Goh whispers when he says "Go!" while he tosses his Poké Ball at the female Pikachu that is sitting next to Ash Ketchum's male Pikachu during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Gotta Catch a What?!. Also, it is the exact same way Lana's childhood friend Mallow said "Shh!" to Ash Ketchum and his Rotom Dex at the beginning of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Racing to a Big Event!.
  • The way Cassandra is suspicious of Matthews AKA Tromus while Rapunzel is suspicious of "Shorty" and "Eugene" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal were suspicious of Varian's behavior during the episode The Alchemist Returns of season one and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Omi was suspicious of "Kimiko" AKA the Chameleon-Bot during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Chameleon." Also, it is the exact same way Naomi Turner was suspicious of "Rita" AKA Carla Delgado during the Elena of Avalor episode Rise of the Sorceress. Plus, it is the exact same way SpongeBob SquarePants was suspicious of his best friend Patrick Star at the end of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode Planet of the Jellyfish when the latter said "Hold the mayo" like the Jellian clones that appeared during the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way May was suspicious of her younger brother Max during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Having a Wailord of a Time. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko was suspicious of Willow AKA Shadow during the Xiaolin Chronicles episodes A Girl Named Willow and The Fall of Xiaolin. Also, it is the exact same way Clemont was suspicious during the Pokémon the Series: XY Kalos Quest episode Scary Hospitality!. Plus, it is the exact same way Lisa Simpson was suspicious of the events that Sideshow Bob and his family planted offscreen during The Simpsons episode Funeral for a Fiend. Also, it is the exact same way Goh's Raboot and Ash Ketchum are suspicious of the "Pikachu" that didn't belong to the latter during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode A Talent for Imitation!.
  • The way Rapunzel's evil mirror doppelgänger says "This really is the pits" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene's girlfriend Rapunzel had said "Pittsford is the pits" during the season one episode Not in the Mood and the series respectively after her personality had been altered to its opposite by the Attitude-Reversing Potion that Pascal poured to the beverage. Also, it is the exact same way Alfons said "These pets are the pits" when he referred to Rapunzel and her best friend Cassandra during the season two episode King Pascal and the series respectively.
  • When Catalina transforms into a werewolf during the three of the third season episodes Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?, Be Very Afraid and Plus Est En Vous and the series respectively while her eyes become red like the eyes of the evil doppelgängers of Rapunzel, Eugene, Cassandra, Lance and Shorty during the episode.
  • The way Rapunzel says, "the mirror," during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel said, "the flower," at the end of the episode The Alchemist Returns of season one and the series respectively when Varian recalled the conversation that he had with the former at the beginning of the same episode.
  • When Rapunzel and her friends are annoyed with each other during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were annoyed with Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Royal Rumble." Plus, it is the exact same way Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were annoyed with each other during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil. Also it is the exact same way Rapunzel, Eugene and Cassandra were annoyed with each other during the season one episode Not in the Mood and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Clay Bailey and Dojo Kanojo Cho were annoyed when they realized that Kimiko Tohomiko entered their heads during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, May, James and Jessie were annoyed with each other during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Bicker the Better while they argued.
  • The way Eugene, Rapunzel, Cassandra, Lance and Shorty are hugging each other at the near end of the episode of season two and the series respectively is the same way Jack Spicer hugged Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa and Kimiko Tohomiko during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Time After Time: Part II. Plus, it is the exact same way Catalina will hug Rapunzel, Pascal, Eugene, Kiera and Lance at the near end of the episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Carly, Sam, Freddie, Spencer and Gibby hugged each other during the iCarly series finale episode "iGoodbye." Plus, it is the exact same way Dojo Kanojo Cho hugged Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Master Monk Guan." Also, it is the exact same way Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey hugged each other during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil when they made up with each other. Plus, it is the exact same way Wuya hugged Raimundo Pedrosa when she levitated him to her while she noticed that the latter was feeling down because he didn't have any friends to play with during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Citadel of Doom. Also, it is the exact same way Aisha Robinson and Samantha LaRusso hug each other during the Cobra Kai episode Kicks Get Chicks.
  • The way Rapunzel pretends to be her evil doppelgänger during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa pretended to join Hannibal Roy Bean on the Heylin side during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Return of Master Monk Guan. Plus, it is the exact same way Sandy Cheeks and SpongeBob SquarePants pretended to be Jellians during the SpongeBob SquarePants episode Planet of the Jellyfish.
  • The way Rapunzel, Eugene, Cassandra, Lance and Pascal are annoyed with each other during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were annoyed with each other during the Xiaolin Showdown episode "Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil." Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel, Eugene and Cassandra were annoyed with each other during the episode Not in the Mood of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were annoyed with Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Royal Rumble. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were annoyed when Omi said "This Shen Gong Wu is mine" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Master Monk Guan. Also, it is the exact same way Chloe is annoyed of Dawn being off track during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Nightfall? Nightmares!.
  • The way Rapunzel tells her pet chameleon Pascal to run during the episode of season two and the series respectively because the four evil doppelgängers push Rapunzel towards the mirror is the same exact way Raimundo Pedrosa told Dojo Kanojo Cho and Omi to make a break for the door while he fights the Sapphire Dragon during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Night of the Sapphire Dragon. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene tells her girlfriend Rapunzel and the others to go ahead while he takes care of his dad during the first half of the one hour special episode Destinies Collide of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Misty told Ash Ketchum to continue the race during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Flame Pokémon-athon! against Dario while she and the others take care of Team Rocket. Plus, it is the exact same way Sasha Waybright tells Anne Boonchuy, Sprig Plantar, Polly Plantar and Hop Pop Plantar to enter the portal at the near end of the Amphibia episode True Colors while the former and Captain Grime fight against King Andrias. Also, it is the exact same way Tristan Taylor told Duke Devlin to take Serenity and run while he has an unfinished to take of by fighting the three Rare Hunters that were still after him, Serenity Wheeler and Duke Devlin during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends 'Til the End, Part 2.
  • The way Rapunzel's evil doppelgañger and Eugene try to pound the mirror during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Misty tried to pound the portal during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Togepi Mirage!. Plus, it is the exact same way Yugi Muto tried to pound the ice during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Freeze Play, Part 2. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey tried to pound the cage during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Time After Time: Part II. Plus, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May and the grass Pokémon tried to pound the Mechanized-Marvel-The-Mean-Old-Lady Bot 1 during the Pokémon: Advanced Challege episode Grass Hysteria! when they were inside it after Jessie, James and Meowth captured them. Also, it is the exact same way Combusken tried to pound the door during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Having a Wailord of a Time. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum tried to pound the doors open during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode A Claim to Flame!. Also, it is the exact same way Yugi tried to pound the ice during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Freeze Play, Part 1. Plus, it is the exact same way May tried to pound the bubble during the movie Pokémon: Jirachi: Wish Maker. Also, it is the exact same way Kemo tried to pound the door open during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Champion vs. Creator, Part 1.
  • The way Rapunzel's evil doppelganger says "Yeah" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Kiera's sister Catalina says "Yeah" during the season three episode The Lost Treasure of Herz Der Sonne and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey said "Yeah" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Plus, it is the exact same way Yugi Muto tried to pound the Seal of Orichalos at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Fate of the Pharaoh!.
  • The way Eugene "Now that the scary evil version of my girlfriend is down for the count" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian said "That's one down" during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Katnappé formerly AKA Ashley said "Four monks down, one whiny geek to go" when she used the Woozy Shooter on Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Apprentice.
  • The way Rapunzel says "You won't get away from us this time!" to her pet chameleon Pascal during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Misty said "You won't get away!" to Ash Ketchum at the end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Showdown in Pewter City.
  • The way Pascal sees Rapunzel at the near end of the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Pikachu sees Ash Ketchum at the end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Betrayed, Bothered, and Beleaguered!.
  • The way Eugene tells Rapunzel and Cassandra that is dinner time during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Clay Bailey and Omi told Kimiko Tohomiko that is dinner time during the Xiaolin Showdown episode night of The Sapphire Dragon.
  • The way Rapunzel turns her head while she pretends to be her evil doppelganger to fool the other four evil doppelgangers of her friends during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa turned his head when he saw his game room during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh while Jack Spicer turned his head when he saw Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko, Clay Bailey and Dojo Kanojo Cho at the lighthouse. Also, it is the exact same way Kiera, Catalina and Lance turn their heads during the season three episode Flynnpostor and the series respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel says "My friends" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Omi said "My friends" during the three of the Xiaolin Showdown episodes Days Past, Saving Omi and Finding Omi respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "My friends" at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Citadel of Doom. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene says "My friends" during the second half of the special one hour episode Destinies Collide of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way King Andrias says "My friends" during the Amphibia episode True Colors. Also, it is the exact same way Hook Foot said "My friends" during the season two episode There's Something About Hook Foot and at the near end of the season two episode The Brothers Hook the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Cassandra said "My friends" during the second half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel and the Great Tree of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Adrien says "My friends" during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Gabriel Agreste. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn says "My friends" during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Nightfall? Nightmare!. Also, it is the exact same way Mira Clay said "My friends" during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Brotherly Love.

Goofs

  • When Rapunzel rings the doorbell, she is shown to wearing her outfit from the first season.
  • After Rapunzel smiles evilly at Eugene's evil doppelgänger, Cassandra's evil doppelgänger and Lance's evil doppelgänger disappear.



ve Episodes
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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