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No Time Like the Past is the sixth episode of the third season of Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure and it is the forty-seventh overall. It first aired on October 11, 2019 to 0.31 million viewers.[1]




Synopsis

An ancient hourglass sends Rapunzel and Pascal back in time, and their only hope of returning to the present is in the hands of a teenage Lance and Eugene.[2]

Plot

Rapunzel, Eugene, Pascal, and Lance were starting the day's duties when they saw Old Lady Crowley taking things out of Cassandra's old room. Rapunzel, believing that Cassandra is still her friend, was against it. Later, Rapunzel was looking fondly over her old friend's things when Eugene tried to convince her to let Cassandra go and move on. But Rapunzel told him that "friends don't leave friends behind" and left the room with a box filled with some of Cassandra's things, unaware that during their conversation, an ancient hourglass fell into it.

Soon, Rapunzel found it while talking to Pascal about Cassandra and accidentally made it send them both back in time and they ran into a teenage Lance and Eugene. They also learn that they're in the bodies of the Stabbington Brothers (Rapunzel in Sideburns and Pascal in Patchy). In a state of shock and panic, Rapunzel and Pascal got themselves arrested by the younger guards and a teenage Maximus. But they managed to escape and find a book in Xavier's shop, which explains the hourglass they found and how to use it.

Pretending to be Sideburns, Rapunzel convinced teenage Eugene and Lance to sneak her inside the castle and steal the hourglass in the royal vault. But as they tried to get away in the underground tunnels, Lance got caught in a trap and was left behind. Rapunzel scolded Eugene for leaving his friend behind and went back to save Lance.

As Rapunzel worked to get Lance out of jail, Eugene had a change of heart and came to help. They all escape capture and fled to the woods, where Rapunzel and Pascal use the hourglass to send themselves back to the present. When they returned to their time, Rapunzel was surprise to see Eugene putting Cassandra's things back in her room after the conversation they had. Eugene apparently believe he told Rapunzel about Old Lady Crowley throwing Cassandra's things away and said that even though he questions Cass's tastes, she's still their friend. Rapunzel decides not to question it, for she agreed that friends don't leave friends behind.

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Trivia

  • The episode title is the exact opposite of the saying No time like the present.
  • The line "Friends don't leave friends behind" is said four times each during the episode, twice by Rapunzel and Eugene.
  • We see how Teenage Eugene first came up with "the smolder" during the episode.
  • King Edmund is shown on his biological son Eugene's double-headed coin during the episode.
  • Even as a toddler and a teenager, Lance still had no hair whatsoever as revealed during the episode.
  • When Rapunzel, Teen Eugene and Teen Lance are outside of the dumbwaiter, the adult voice of the latter is heard temporary during the past of the same episode of season three and the series respectively.
  • Varian likes lollipop as a child as revealed during the episode when Rapunzel and Pascal traveled back to the past while the former was walking by the prison wagon.
  • Rapunzel remembers the path that she, Varian, Ruddiger and Pascal went to the underground tunnels during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively.
  • The way Pascal freaks out when he sees that he is inside the body of Teenage Patchy is similar to the way Sebastian freaked out when he sees his reflection during the song "Part of Your World" from the animated movie The Little Mermaid.
  • The way Rapunzel says "How could you?" to Teenage Eugene during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene's girlfriend Rapunzel said "How could you?" to Varian during the two previous episodes Rapunzel's Return of season three and The Alchemist Returns of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Julie Makimoto said "How could you?" to Mira Clay during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Family Ties. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn says "How could you?" during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode A Midsummer's Night Light!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum said "How could you?' during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution.
  • The way Rapunzel and Pascal are shocked to see that they are inside the bodies of teenage Sideburns and Patchy during the season three episode and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Catalina was shocked when her sister Kiera scared her at the beginning of the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian was shocked to see Rapunzel activated the power of the Black Rocks to defeat him during the second half of the one hour special season one finale episode Secret of the Sun Drop and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa was shocked to see an illusion of his own game room that Wuya created to see what his lifestyle would be like if he joined her during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh.
  • The way Teenage Eugene catches a vase to keep it from falling during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Pascal will snag the solution to keep it from smashing during the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively. Plus, it is going to be the exact same way Varian catches Rapunzel's engagement ring that is meant for her boyfriend Eugene during the second half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May caught the vase during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Get the Show on the Road.
  • The way Rapunzel bends down while putting her hands on her knees during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey and Raimundo Pedrosa bent down while they put their hands on their knees during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town. Plus, it is the exact same way Sandra's mom Savannah bent down while she puts her hands on her knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Fan with a Plan. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May bent down while she put her hands on her knees at the end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Stairway to Devon and during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Right Place and the Right Mime and at the near end of the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Channeling the Battle Zone!. Plus, it is the exact same way Delia Ketchum's son Ash Ketchum bent down while he put his hands on his knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode All Torkoal, No Play and the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Rocking Clawmark Hill!. Also, it is the exact same way Pete, Lance and Rapunzel bent down while they put their hands on their knees during the season one episode Big Brothers of Corona and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel bent down while she puts her hands on her knees at the near end of the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Mallow bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon Ultra - Adventures episode Getting a Jump on the Competition!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and May bent down while putting their hands on their knees at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Get the Show on the Road!. Also, it is the exact same way Varian bent down while putting his hands on his knees during the season one episode What the Hair?! and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Ill-Wll Hunting! and the Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors episode With the Easiest of Grace! respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Misty bent down while putting her hands on her knees at the end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Ditto's Mysterious Mansion. Plus, it is the exact same way Cilan bent down while putting his hands on his knees during the Pokémon: Black and White episode Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open! and at the near end of the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Piplup, Pansage, and a Meeting of the Times!. Also, it is the exact same way Brock bent down while putting his hands on his knees at the end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Showdown in Pewter City and during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Sharpedo Attack!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Brock and May's little brother Max bent down on their knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Date Expectations!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum bent down while putting his hands on his knees at the near end of the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Gotta Catch Ya Later!. Plus, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May bent down while putting her hands on her knees at the near end of the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Channeling the Battle Zone!. Also, it is the exact same way Lana's childhood best friend Mallow bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Family Determination! and the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Fire of Heart! Fire of Stone!. Plus, it is the exact same way Grace's daughter Serena bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon the Series: XY episode So You're Having a Bad Day!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum bends down while putting his hands on his knees at the near of the beginning of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Betrayed, Bothered, and Beleaguered!. Plus, it is the exact same way Brock bent down while putting his hands on his knees during the Pokémon: DP Galatic Battles episode Three Sides to Every Story!. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Poached Ego!. Plus, it is the exact same way Nurse Joy bent down while putting her hands on her knees during a fantasy from the Pokémon: Advanced episode Having a Wailord of a Time. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May bent down while putting her hands on her knees while she saw Ash Ketchum's Snorlax for the first time during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Right Place and Right Mime. Plus, it is the exact same way Bailey bent down while putting her hands on her knees during the Pokémon: Johto Journeys episode Flower Power. Also, it is the exact same way Ken Ichijouji bent down while putting his hands on his knees during the Digimon Adventure 2 episode Fusion Confusion. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa and Omi bent down while putting their hands on their knees during a Xiaolin Showdown episode. Also, it is the exact same way Anne bends down while putting her hands on her knees during the three Amphibia episode Hop 'Til You Drop, Sprig Gets Schooled and If You Give a Frog a Cookie. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn bends down while putting her hands on her knees during the flashback of the Pokémon: Master Journeys: The Series episode A Midsummer's Night Light!. Also, it is the exact same way James and his partner Jessie put their hands on their knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Scheme Team while Ash Ketchum bent down while putting his hands on his knees while he saw Misty's Azurill for the first time at the near end of the same Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May bent down while putting her hands on her knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Sweet Baby James while Brock bent down while putting his hands on his knees during the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum bent down while putting his hands on his knees at the end of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum's mom Delia Ketchum bent down while putting her hands on her knees at the end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Legend? Go! Friends? Go!. Also, it is the exact same way Iris bent down while putting her hands on knees during the Pokémon the Series: Black & White episode Saving Darmanitan from the Bell!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum bent down while he was putting his hands on his knees during the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Lost at the Stamp Rally!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Clemont bent down while they were putting their hands during the Pokémon the Series XY&Z episode Till We Compete Again!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum bends down while he is putting his hands on his knees during the two of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episodes Trials of a Budding Master! and Errand Endurance! respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel talks to herself after finding out that teen Eugene and teen Lance left her and Pascal during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Kiera talked to herself after she found out that her sister Catalina isn't sleeping at the guest room at all during the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Catalina's sister Kiera and Varian talked to themselves during the season three episode The King and Queen of Hearts and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian talked to himself during the two of the season one episodes What the Hair?! and The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian talks to himself during the two of the season three episodes Be Very Afraid and Flynnpostor and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Wuya, Raimundo Pedrosa and Jack Spicer talked to themselves during the Xiaolin Showdown episodes In the Flesh when they said "Obsolete, am I? We'll see about that", "All that training, all those showdowns, and for what? To get dissed? Never should've left you, my beautiful Rio de Janeiro", Should've picked a different showdown and "If I get myself tied up in a knot over this, I'm gonna sue" respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Wuya and her third partner Raimundo Pedrosa talked to themselves during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past. Also, it is the exact same way King Edmund talked to himself during the second half of the one hour special finale episode Destinies Collide of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene talked to himself during the season two episode The Brothers Hook and the series respectively when Rapunzel isn't next to him. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and her boyfriend Eugene talked to themselves when they said "But maybe it would be better if I were", "Right after I take back my kingdom" "I thought she would always be here" and "How could she have run off on her own like that? If I know one thing about Rapunzel, it's that she is tough" But she's only one person, right? How is she supposed to take on all those Saporians by herself?" during the second half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene talked to himself during the season two episode Lost and Found and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer talked to himself at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Screams of the Siren when Wuya left him alone. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel talked to herself while she pretended to be her evil doppelgañger when she said "Here, lizard, lizard, lizard. Where are you? Come out and show yourself" when she tried to find Pascal during the season two episode Mirror, Mirror and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Misty talked to herself when she said "How could Ash talk to me like that, after all we've been though, like it meant nothing to him....Worst part, he isn't even sad about us having to split up..." and "Well, Ash Ketchum, finally, I know how you feel about me" during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Gotta Catch Ya Later! and Brock also talked to himself while he is walking back to Pewter City. Plus, it is the exact same way Zhan Tiri talks to herself at the end of the season three episode A Tale of Two Sisters and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene, King Edmund, Zhan Tiri, Varian, Kiera and her sister Catalina talk to themselves respectively during the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three. Plus, it is the exact same way Dwayne talked to himself when he says "Why, that backstabbing jerk! No one double-crosses Dwayne!" during the season three episode Day of the Animals and the series respectively then he talked to him at the end of the same episode when he asked the vulture if it is going to eat the worm. Also, it is the exact same way SpongeBob SquarePants talked to himself when he saw everyone from Bikini Bottom were inside the pods and the Overlord Jellyfish during the SpongeBob SquarePants episode Planet of the Jellyfish. Plus, it is the exact same way Cassandra talked to herself when she said "Raps, are you sure you wanna- Rapunzel?" during the season one episode What the Hair?! and the series respectively while Eugene and Varian talked to themselves during the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way Delia Ketchum's son Ash Ketchum talked to himself when he said "If only my first Pokémon had been a Squrtle or a Bulbasaur" during Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!. Plus, it is the exact same way Brock talked to himself at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Tree's a Crowd. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum talked to himself during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Scent-sation! and the Pokémon: Advanced episode Having a Wailord of a Time when he said "Keep stalling her, Max" to prevent May from finding out the swap. Plus, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May talked to herself while she hanged onto a branch during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode All Torkoal, No Play. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene talks to himself during the first half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively then he, Lance and Varian talked to themselves during the second half of the same one hour special episode while Zhan Tiri talked to herself at the end of the second half of the one hour special episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's best friend Cassandra talks to herself when she is remorseful of her actions as an evil villain during the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Mai Valentine talked to herself at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Trial by Red Eyes.
  • The painting that Lance and Eugene hide in front of is the same one that Anna poses in front of during the song For the First Time in Forever from the movie Frozen.
  • The way Rapunzel tricks teenage Eugene and teenage Lance into helping her and Pascal steal the hourglass during the episode of season three and the series respectively so that she and Pascal can return back to the present. Also, it is the exact same way Kiera and Stan tricked Varian and Xavier into thinking that "Stan" is drowning so the former two steal the hot air balloon that Varian build for him and Xavier during the beginning of the season three episode The Lost Treasure of Herz Der Sonne and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian used their "past" friendship to trick Rapunzel into helping him steal the Sun Drop flower during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Zhan Tiri tricked Cassandra into abandoning Rapunzel as revealed at the beginning of the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way King Edmund tricked his biological son Eugene into spending time by going to a trip to Mount Saison during the season three episode Return of the King and the series respectively when the former stole the sash from the latter's bedroom offscreen. Plus, it is the exact same way James's parents tricked their son James into thinking that they were dead so that the latter can marry Jessibelle during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Holy Matrimony!.
  • When Rapunzel tickles her pet chameleon Pascal during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is going to be the exact same way Rapunzel tickles her pet chameleon Pascal during the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively.
  • This is the second episode of the series that Eugene has been inside of Cassandra's bedroom. The first was the season one episode Painter's Block and the series respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel needs help from Teenage Eugene and Teenage Lance to steal the hourglass during the episode of seaason three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel needed Stalyan's help during the season two episode The Eye of Pincosta and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian needed Rapunzel's help to steal the Sun Drop Flower from the Royal Vault during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Wuya needed Raimundo Pedrosa's help to steal the Serpent's Tail during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh.
  • The way Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal are accidentally detained by Captain of the Guards during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Attila was accidentally detained during the season one episode One Angry Princess and the series respectively.
  • The way that the guards are taking Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal to the prison wagon during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Pete and his partner Stan took Varian to the prison wagon at the near end of the second half of the special season one finale episode Secret of the Sun Drop and the series respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel, Eugene and Lance hide from Pete, Stan and Maximus during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal hid from Kai and Maisie during the second half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's pet chameleon Pascal hid from the evil doppelgañgers of Eugene, Cassandra, Lance and Shorty respectively during the season two episode Mirror, Mirror and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and her best friend Cassandra hid from the Lorbs during the season two episode King Pascal and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and her boyfriend Eugene hid from Lance at the beginning of the season one episode The Return of Strongbow and the series respectively. Also, it is exact same way Varian hides from his former crush Cassandra during the first half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty hid from Ash Ketchum and his Pikachu during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Ash Catches a Pokémon. Also, it is the exact same way May hid behind Brock at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode You Never Can Taillow. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty hid behind a tree during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Alola, Kanto!. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko hid during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode The Fall of Xiaolin. Plus, it is the exact same way Dwayne hides from Pascal, Ruddiger, Hamuel and Maximus during the season three episode Day of the Animals and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Misty, Brock and Todd hid during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Breeding Center Secret.
  • The way Rapunzel, Teen Eugene and Teen Lance are on top of each other while they are inside the dumbwaiter during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel and Varian were squished between two walls of the tunnels during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey, Kimiko Tohomiko, Dojo Kanojo Cho, Omi and Jack Spicer were going to be squished inside the cages of Wuya's golems at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Citadel of Doom. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa and Omi were on top of each other during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey was on top of the three of his friends Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Master Monk Guan. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum was on top of Brock and James during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Princess vs. Princess. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum was on top of Misty and Brock while they were trapped inside a net that James threw at them during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pikachu's Goodbye. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa was squished between two chess pieces during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Oil in the Family. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel was on top of Calliope during the season two episode Keeper of the Spire and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Boscha is on top of Amity during The Owl House episode Wing It Like Witches. Also, it is the exact same way Maximus was on top of Eugene during the first half of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum's Muk was on top of Jessie during the Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands episode A Tent Situation. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum's Muk was on top of Professor Birch during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Right Place and the Right Mime.
  • The way Rapunzel distracts Pete and Stan by pretending to be Sideburns while Pascal grabs the keys from Pete to free her and Pascal during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Catalina distracted The Baron's men while Kiera grabbed the keys from The Baron's men during the season one epsode Big Brothers of Corona and the series respectively to free Eugene and Lance respectively from the prison wagon.
  • The way Rapunzel says "I eat motivation for breakfast" at the beginning of the season three episode and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Omi said "I eat spiders for breakfast!" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Dangerous Minds. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "I eat beans for lunch" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town.
  • The way Rapunzel says "great" when she is disappointed during the episode of season three and the series respectively while Teen Eugene says "great" at the near end of the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "great" while he was disappointed during the two of the Xiaolin Showdown episodes Night of the Sapphire Dragon and My Homey Omi respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko said "great" when she was disappointed during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Wu Got the Power. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer said "great" when he was disappointed during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Oil in the Family. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene says "great" when he is disappointed during the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three.
  • The way Rapunzel, Teen Eugene, Teen Lance, a younger Pete and Stan crawl during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer crawled away from Wuya, Hannibal Roy Bean and Chase Young during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and May crawled when they went inside the vent during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Ruin with a View. Also, it is the exact same way Luka and Wayhem crawl inside the vent during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Optigami. Plus, it is the exact same way Eda crawls during The Owl House episode A Lying Witch and a Warden. Also, it is the exact same way Ned crawls at the end of the Amphibia episode Thai Feud. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy crawls at the near end of the Amphibia episode Anne-sterminator then she and her dad crawl out of the vent at the end of the same Amphibia episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Goh and his Cinderace crawl at the near end of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Not Too Close for Comfort!. Also, it is the exact same Ash Ketchum crawled at the near end of the Pokémon: Black & White episode Crisis from the Underground Up!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Misty and Brock crawled during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Wake Up, Snorlax.
  • The way Teen Eugene moves his hands while he says "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!" during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa did the same exact hand movement at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh when he said "Okay, Okay." "Just jerking your chain" to Wuya when the latter was eager to be restored back to her fleshy form with the aid from the former while Jack Spicer did the same hand movement during the same Xiaolin Showdown episode after he heard Omi's voice at the lighthouse while Omi did the same hand movement when he was taunting Raimundo Pedrosa accidentally during the same Xiaolin Showdown episode. Also, it is the exact same way Sprig Plantar does the same hand movement when he says "Okay, okay" during the Amphibia episode Thai Feud.
  • The way Rapunzel, Teen Eugene and Teen Lance are on the ceiling during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is exact same way Omi was on the ceiling during the Xiaolin Showdown episodes Big as Texas and Night of the Sapphire Dragon and at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Royal Rumble respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer was on the ceiling during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Year of the Green Monkey.
  • The way Teen Eugene and Teen Lance put their hood down during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hood down during the second half of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian put his hood up during the solo song Let Me Make You Proud then down when he was inside a cave and then he puts his hood up again. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa put his hood up during the three Xiaolin Showdown episodes In the Flesh, Days Past and Citadel of Doom respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hood down during the season two episode Rapunzeltopia and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Lance put his Team Magma disguise of the hood down during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Gaining Groudon. Plus, it is the exact same way Sasha Waybright and Captain Grime put their hoods up then down during the Amphibia episode True Colors.
  • The way Rapunzel sits on both knees during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel sat on both knees during the episodes Max's Enemy of season one, Happiness Is..., Mirror, Mirror of season two and Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the same way Rapunzel will sit on both knees during the two upcoming of the season three episodes Be Very Afraid and Cassandra's Revenge and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian sat on both knees at the end of the second half of the one hour special episode Queen for a Day of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko sat on both knees during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Katnappé. Plus, it is the exact same way Serenity Wheeler sat on both knees during the two Yu-Gi-Oh! episodes Mechanical Mayhem Part, 1 and Mechanial Mayhem Part 2 respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Cassandra sat on both knees at the beginning of the special one hour episode Rapunzel's Return and at the end of the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively and she will sit on both knees at the near end of the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees during the three Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episodes Wake Up, Snorlax!, The March of the Exeggutor Squad and Princess vs. Princess respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sits on both knees during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Legend? Go! Friends? Go!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Wayward Wobbuffet and the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Scare to Remember. Also, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer and Omi sat on both knees at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Citadel of Doom while they were imprisoned inside the golem. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The March of the Exeggutor, the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Pokéblock, Stock and Berry and the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Ill-Will Hunting! respectively. Also, it is the exact same way May sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode On a Wingull and a Prayer! and at the end of the same Pokémon Advanced episode. Plus, it is the exact same way May sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Delcatty Got Your Tongue and during Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?. Also, it is the exact same way Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Forest Grumps. Also, it is the exact same way Misty sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands episode The Mystery Menace. Plus, it is the exact same way Iris sat on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond episode The Path that Leads to Goodbye!. Also, it is the exact same way Dawn and Iris sat on both knees during the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Piplup, Pansage, and a Meeting of the Times!. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie and James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Togepi Mirage!. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie sat on both knees during the Pokémon: DP Galatic Battles episode Three Sides to Every Story!. Plus, it is the exact same way Luz sits on both knees during The Owl House episode A Lying Witch and a Warden. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Brock sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode Sick Daze. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees at the begiinning of the Pokémon: Master Quest episode I Politoed Ya So!. Also, it is the exact same way Marinette Dupain-Cheng sits on both knees during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug episode Queen Banana and at the end of the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Ladybug and Cat Noir. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash, Misty, Brock, Jessie, James, Sakura, Satsuki, Koume, Tamao and Sumomo sat on their knees during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode Trouble's Brewing. Also, it is the exact same way Max sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Take This House and Shuppet. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees at the near of the end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Friend and Foe Alike and during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Tree's a Crowd. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Iris and Cilan sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Black and White episode Facing Fear with Eyes Wide Open!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Misty and Brock sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode A Real Cleffa-Hanger. Also, it is the exact same way Mariah, Ash Ketchum, May, Max, Brock and Katie sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode A Chip Off the Old Brock. Plus, it is the exact same way Scott, Max, May and Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Wheel of Frontier!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash, Max, Terri and Jessie sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Pasta La Vista!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Brock and Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode To Master the Onixpected!. Also, it is the exact same way Goh and his Raboot sit on both knees during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Solitary and Menacing!. Plus, it is the exact same way Cassandra sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Problem with Paras. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie, James and Meowth sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode Win, Lose or Drew!. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie and James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Ultimate Test. Also, it is the exact same way Brock, May, Jessie and James sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Do I Hear a Ralts? while Max sat on both knees at the end of the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Marinette and Alya sit on both knees during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Guiltrip. Also, it is the exact same way Clemont and Serena sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode Battling at Full Volume!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash, Kidd, May, Brock, James and Jessie sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie and James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Poached Ego! and the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Fight for the Meteorite! and the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Less is Morrison. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie, James, Ash Ketchum and Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Showdown at Linoone. Also, it is the exact same way Dawn sat on both knees during the Pokémon: DP Galactic Battles episode Sticking With Who You Know! and the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Expedition to Onix Island!. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie and James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: DP Galactic Battles episode Beating the Bustle and Hustle!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The School of Hard Knocks and the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Less is Morrison and at the end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Solitary and Menacing!. Also, it is the exact same way Rochelle sat on both knees during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Roll On, Pokémon!. Plus, it is the exact same way Iris sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Black & White episode The Battle Club and Tepig's Choice!. Also, it is the exact same way Mikey and Jessie sat on both knees at the end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Battling Eevee Brothers. Plus, it is the exact same way AJ sat on both knees during the episode The Path to the Pokémon League. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene, Rapunzel and Cassandra will sit on both knees at the near end of the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The School of Hard Knocks and at the beginning of the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid. Also, it is the exact same way Lillie sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Alola, Kanto! and at the beginning of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Family Determination!. Plus, it is the exact same way Casey sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Bug Stops Here. Also, it is the exact same way James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: DP Galactic Battles episode Unlocking the Red Chain of Events!. Plus, it is the exact same way Professor Samuel Oak and Drew sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode The Unbeatable Lightness Of Seeing!. Also, it is the exact same way May sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Mudkip Mission. Plus, it is the exact same way Erika sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Scent-sation. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Iris sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Black & White episode A Venipede Stampede!. Plus, it is the exact same way Lillie sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Faba's Revenge!. Plus, it is the exact same way Delia sits on both knees during the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Betrayed, Bothered, Bealeaguered!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Misty sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Ghost of Maiden's Peak. Also, it is the exact same way Varian sat on both knees during the season one episode What the Hair?! and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Lillie and Mallow sat on both knees at the beginning of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon Ultra Legends episode Fire of Heart! Fire of Stone! while Misty sat on both knees during the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way Serena sat on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: XY episode A Showcase Debut! and during the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode The First Day for the Rest of Your Life! respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Mokuba Kaiba, Téa Gardner and Duke Devlin sat on both knees at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends 'Til the End, Part 4. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie and James sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Alola, Alola!. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer sat on both knees during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko sat on both knees during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Time After Time: Part II. Also, it is the exact same way Serena sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: XY Kalos Quest episode Day Three Blockbusters!. Plus, it is the exact same way Mai Valentine sat on both knees at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Fighting for a Friend - Part 5. Also, it is the exact same way Clemont and his dad Meyer sat on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: XY episode Clemont's Got a Secret!. Plus, it is the exact same way Clemont sat on both knees at the end of the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode The Right Hero for the Right Job!. Also, it is the exact same way Misty sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands episode Snack Attack. Plus, it is the exact same way May sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Mudkip Mission! and the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Cruisin' for a Losin'. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Two Degrees of Separation!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Serena, Bonnie and her older brother Clemont respectively sat on both knees at the end of the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode Dream a Little Dream from Me!. Also, it is the exact same way Iris sat on both knees during the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Guarding the Guardian of the Mountain!. Plus, it is the exact same way Kari Kamiya sat on both knees during the Digimon Adventure 2 episode Fusion Confusion. Also, it is the exact same way Chloe sits on both knees during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode The Tale of You and Glimwood Tangle! and at the near end of the Pokémon: Master Journeys: The Series episode Errand Endurance!. Plus, it is the exact same way Luz Noceda sits on both knees during The Owl House episode Hunting Palismen. Also, it is the exact same way Ned sits on both knees at the end of the Amphibia episode Thai Feud while Sprig sits on both knees during the same Amphibia episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer sat on both knees during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Last Temptation of Raimundo. Also, it is the exact same way Téa Gardner sat on both during knees during the two of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episodes The Creator Returns and Unwanted Guest, Part 2. Plus, it is the exact same way Erika sat on both knees during the flashback of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Scent-sation!. Also, it is the exact same way Susan sat on both knees at the end of the What's New Scooby Doo episode It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine. Plus, it is the exact same way Goh sits on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Under Color of Darkness!. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy sits on both knees during the Amphibia episode Fight at the Museum. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy's mom and dad and Sprig Plantar and Polly Plantar sit on both knees at the near end of the Amphibia episode Anne-sterminator. Also, it is the exact same way Marcy Wu sits on both knees during the Amphibia episode Maddie & Marcy. Plus, it is the exact same way Lana sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Adventures episode Getting a Jump on the Competition!. Also, it is the exact same way Clemont sat on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: XYZ episode Forming a More Perfect Union!. Plus, it is the exact same way Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Charmander - The Stray Pokémon. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy and her dad and Sprig Plantar sit on both knees during the Amphibia episode Sprig's Birthday. Plus, it is the exact same way Marcy Wu sits on both knees during the Amphibia episode Olivia & Yunan. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy sits on both knees at the end of the Amphibia episode Spider-Sprig. Plus, it is the exact same way Sprig Plantar sits on both knees during the Amphibia episode Quarreler's Pass. Also, it is the exact same way Mr. X, Humphrey Westwood and a FBI agent sit on both knees at the near end of the Amphibia episode Hollywood Hop Pop. Plus, it is the exact same way Marinette Dupain-Cheng sat on both knees at the end of the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Ladybug & Cat Noir (Origins - Part 1). Also, it is the exact same way Rose Lavillant sat on both knees at the end of the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Princess Fragrance. Plus, it is the exact same way Goh sits on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Leaping Toward the Dream!. Also, it is the exact same way Nanny sat on both knees at the near of the beginning of the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Sweet Baby James! while Ash Ketchum and May sat on both knees during the same Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Chloe and Dawn sit on both knees during two of the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episodes Nightfall? Nightmare! and A Midsummer's Night Light!. Also, it is the exact same way James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Love, Pokémon Style. Plus, it is the exact same way Lana's younger twin sisters Harper and Sarah sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!. Also, it is the exact same way Mallow and Lillie sat on both knees at the end of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge!. Plus, it is the exact same way Goh sits on both knees at the near end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Legend? Go! Friends? Go!. Also, it is exact same way Ash Ketchum sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Black & White episode Saving Darmanitan from the Bell!. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy's mom sits on both knees during the Amphibia episode The New Normal. Also, it is the exact same way Iris sat on both knees during the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Lost at the Stamp Rally!. Plus, it is the exact same way Lillie sat on both knees during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Getting to Know You!. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum, Misty and Brock sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Abra and the Psychic Showdown!. Plus, it is the exact same way James sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands episode Wherefore, Art Thou Pokémon?. Also, it is the exact same way May sat on both knees during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Mudkip Mission. Plus, it is the exact same way Yolei Inoue and Cody Hida sat on both knees at the near end of the Digimon: Adventure 2 episode A Very Digi-Christmas.
  • The way Rapunzel, Teen Eugene and Teen Lance are tiptoeing during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash, Misty, Brock and Todd tiptoed away from Butch and Cassidy during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Breeding Center Secret. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer tiptoed away from Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko, Clay, Dojo and Mala Mala Jong at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Emperor Scorpion Strikes Back. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay tiptoed at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the exact same way Professor Oak, May, Max, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Charmander, Mudkip, Torchic and Treeko tiptoed away from the sleeping Gyarados during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Six Pack Attack!. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie, James, Meowth and Wobbuffet tiptoed during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Beg, Burrow and Steal. Plus, it is the exact same way Pascal tiptoes during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively.
  • The way Teen Lance put his hands on both sides of his face during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Catalina put her hands on both sides of her face at the near end of the season three episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way King Frederic put his hands on both sides of his face during the second half of the special one hour season one finale episode Secret of the Sun Drop and the series respectively.
  • The way Rapunzel is covering up her line "You cheated Lance again, Eugene then she says "Uh, I-I didn't say Eugene" I said, "You're mean" during the episode of season three and the series respectively is the same way Omi covered up his line "I am upset because I lost them" then he said "My sorrow has nothing to do with the much more impressive Golden Tiger Claws" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Katnappé. Plus, it is the same way Mirror Rapunzel covered up her line "Yeah, this really is the pits" then she said "No, no, no" and "I-I meant this is not the pits" while she was inside the mirror alongside the real Eugene, Cassandra, Lance and Shorty respectively during the season two episode Mirror, Mirror and the series respectively.
  • The way Teen Eugene cracks his knuckles during the episode is the same way Raimundo cracked his knuckles during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Pandatown. Plus, it is the same way Team Rocket's employer cracked his knuckles at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode At the End of the Fray.
  • The way Teen Lance holds Teen Eugene at the end of the episode of season three and the series respectively, Plus, it is the exact same way Clay held Raimundo at the beginning of the Xiaolin Chronicles episode Tokyo Madness.
  • The way Rapunzel says "The royal vault" during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko said "The Shen Gong Wu Vault?" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way Sasha Waybright says "The window?" and "The townspeople?" during the Amphibia episode Turning Point. Plus, it is the exact same way Polly Plantar says "A fire pit?" while Hop Pop says "Run the farm?" during the Amphibia episode Sprig Vs. Hop Pop. Also, it is the exact same way General Yunan says "The human?" while Lady Olivia says "A monster?" during the Amphibia episode Olivia & Yunan.
  • The way Teen Sideburns has amnesia at the end of the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey had amnesia at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Evil Within. Plus, it is the exact same way King Frederic and his wife Queen Arianna had amnesia during the third season episodes Rapunzel's Return to The King and Queen of Hearts and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum's Pikachu had amnesia during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Scare to Remember. Plus, it is the exact same way Homer had amnesia during The Simpsons episode Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind.
  • The way Teen Lance says "Pfft" at the end of the episode is the same way Raimundo said "Pfft" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Enter the Dragon.
  • The way Rapunzel walks like a tough guy during the episode is going to be similar to the way Ladybug walks out of the movie theater like a tough guy during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Gang of Secrets.
  • The way Teen Eugene says "Nah" during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "Nah" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way Cricket Green's girlfriend's Gabriella Espinosa says "Nah" at the near end of the Big City Greens episode Date Night.
  • The way Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal traveled to the past during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Omi traveled to the past during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past. Plus, it is the exact same way May and Squirtle and Team Rocket's Meowth traveled to the past during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode Time Warp Heals All Wounds!. Also, it is the exact same way Dojo Kanojo Cho and Omi traveled to the past during the Xiaolin Showdown episodes Time After Time: Part I and Time After Time: Part II. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and his Pikachu, Brock, Dawn and her Piplup and Sheena traveled to the past during the movie Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life. Also, it is the exact same way Ritchie traveled to the past during the Pokémon Chronicles episode Celebi and Joy!. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and his Torracat traveled to the past during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode A Timeless Encounter!. Also, it is the exact same way Sam traveled to the future during Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: The Voice of the Forest. Plus, it is the exact same way Calista traveled through time during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode Me, Myself and Time. Also, it is the exact same way Sierra's childhood friend Ferris traveled through time during the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episodes A Restoration Confrontation! Part 1 and A Restoration Confrontation! Part 2.
  • The way Teen Eugene picks the cell lock after Rapunzel tries and fails during the season three episode and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Stella picks a lock after all her friends try and fail during the Loud House episode Kernel of Truth.
  • The way Rapunzel says "detained" during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Gus Grav said "detained" at the near end of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers episode Ultimate Weapon.
  • The way Rapunzel is inside a suit of armor during the season three episode and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Tristan Taylor was inside a suit of armor during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Yugi vs Pegasus: Match of the Millennium, Part 2. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie, James and Meowth were inside a suit of armor during the Pokémon the Series: XY episode Awakening the Sleeping Giant!.
  • The way Pete and Teen Eugene say "With the" during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian said "With the" during the third season episode The Lost Treasure of Herz Der Sonne and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "With the" to Wuya during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh while Omi said "With the" to Raimundo Pedrosa at the Shen Gong Wu vault during the same Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way Sasha Waybright says "With the" to Captain Grime during the Amphibia episode Turning Point. Plus, it is the exact same way Bart Simpson said "With the" during The Simpsons episode Funeral for a Fiend.
  • The way Teen Eugene says "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!" to Rapunzel during the episode of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Dojo Kanojo Cho said "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!" to Raimundo Pedrosa during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh.
  • The face that Rapunzel makes during the season three episode and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same mad face that Raimundo Pedrosa made at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Plus, it is the exct same face that Varian made at the near end of the second half of the one hour special episode Secret of the Sun Drop of season one and the series respectively.

Goofs

  • Eugene tells Rapunzel that he's the one that always say "Friends don't leave friends behind" but it was Rapunzel that said it to him before she rescued Lance by herself from the prison cell.

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