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Vigor the Visonary is an episode of the second season of Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure and it is the sixth overall. It first aired on July 29, 2018.

Synopsis

Rapunzel and Eugene encounter a monkey with psychic abilities. His visions lead them to the family of their young friend and former thief Angry.

Plot

One beautiful day, Rapunzel and Eugene are out riding in the woods together with Maximus and Fidella. Eugene has a special date planned for them with a dinner for two and a view of the stars. But because he entrusted Maximus with the arrangements, the special date happens to be spending the day picking apples from an apple tree. Rapunzel does not mind it and enjoys picking the apples. Just then, they hear a distant jingling sound. They follow it to a gypsy wagon belonging to a creepy woman named Madame Canardist. She tells them they can have their fortunes told by the great Vigor the Visionary, on the account that they pay five silver pieces. Eugene does not believe in psychics, but Rapunzel is excited to give it a try. Madame Canardist escorts them inside the wagon and introduces them to Vigor the Visionary, who happens to be a monkey. Rapunzel and Eugene sit down at his table, and Vigor uses his psychic powers to tell their fortune. Madame Canardist writes it down on a piece of paper and gives it to Rapunzel. The note says "If you see someone fall pick them up". Eugene is not convinced, saying that was not a fortune.

After leaving the wagon, Rapunzel and Eugene are back on the move, riding Maximus and Fidella. Eugene still remains cynical that all that psychic nonsense was phony. Rapunzel is surprised by him. They have seen many strange things together, such as magic hair, magic rocks, and sword fighting horses, and yet he does not believe in fortune tellers. Eugene says they are all sleazy underhanded flyby night dubious hucksters, and he intends to prove it. They return to the wagon and find Madame Canardist in despair. Vigor has been taken by thieves. Rapunzel volunteers to help her find him. Eugene at first refuse to look for a monkey but changes his tone when he finds a familiar hair comb and has a good idea of who took Vigor.

The thieves who took Vigor turn out to be Angry and Red, who bump into Rapunzel and Eugene while using a banana to lure Vigor to follow them. Rapunzel is delighted to see Angry and Red again, as are the two girls. However, the happy reunion is cut short and they get back to the point. Angry and Red assure them they are only borrowing Vigor. Earlier, they crossed paths with Madame Canardist while walking through the forest and told them how Vigor could tell them their past and future. Vigor did his usual psychic performance and then grabbed Angry's necklace, which is the only thing she has left of her family. Madame Canardist then gave them their fortune which was "Follow the leaf to find your tree". This made Angry believe that she has a long lost family somewhere. She wanted to know more, but they had to give Vigor more money. Since Angry and Red were broke, they decided to "borrow" the monkey. Either way, it was still stealing. Eugene tells them to take Vigor back, but Angry does not want to yet. Rapunzel understands Eugene wants Angry and Red to do the right thing, but she realizes they have been on their own for a long time and if there is a slight chance that Vigor can lead them to a home then they should take it. Eugene reluctantly agrees to help Angry and Red on the account that they return Vigor once the search is done.

Using money, Vigor guides them to a misty village known as Fortuna. The streets are deserted and everyone shuts themselves inside their homes. They meet a Fish Monger and a Minstrel, who explain the reason why everyone was hiding from them. They thought they were the Daylight thieves, and warn them that they are nasty crooks of the worse. Afterward, they get back on their way, and Eugene starts to worry that they may not find what Angry is hoping for. Rapunzel assures him that whatever happens they will be there for them. They leave the village and arrive in a very misty part of the forest, looking for Snake Canyon. They find it hard to see through the mist. However, they find Snake Canyon but find nothing else. Eugene, still not convinced that Vigor has psychic abilities, refuses to give him another coin for more information, but the monkey points out a cottage on a mountain pillar to Angry. The cross a wooden bridge to the cottage, and notice there are people inside. Angry is feeling excited but Eugene advises caution. He suggests that he and Rapunzel should do the talking first, but once the door is answered Angry rushes in and hugs a woman who she claims to be her mother. Eugene explains the matter, and the woman along with her husband greet Angry and Red warmly. Angry thanks Rapunzel and Eugene, and they leave quietly with Vigor. However, as they cross the bridge Eugene feels that something is not right. His suspicions are confirmed when Vigor shows them a stolen minstrel's piccolo. The couple, known as Petuina and William, happen to be the Daylight thieves. Rapunzel and Eugene ride Fidella and Maximus back to the cottage to save Angry and Red, but William cuts the bridge before they could get across. They fall down into the misty canyon below.

Everyone survives the fall, and Rapunzel finds Eugene hanging from a vine. He falls further down the canyon until he reaches the bottom which is filled with snakes. Eugene tries to climb back up but falls again when a snake surprises him. However, Rapunzel comes to his rescue. They climb out of the canyon and arrive at the cottage in time to discover that Angry and Red already took care of Petuina and William. Angry is outside by herself, feeling rather disappointed. She let her hopes of finding a family cloud her judgment. Remembering their fortune and how they met, Rapunzel and Eugene help Angry realize the family she has been searching for was already by her side, with Red.

As promised, Angry and Red return Vigor to Madame Canardist, but then they disappear without a trace, leaving Eugene to pay Canardist the money they owe. Rapunzel and Eugene then ride off on Maximus and Fidella, returning to what is left of their date.

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Trivia

  • Rapunzel and her boyfriend Eugene do not wear their new outfits during the episode at all.
  • Angry and Red AKA Kiera and her sister Catalina return for the second time and this is the last episode of the series that they will wear their original outfits.
  • Lance Strongbow, Cassandra, Owl, Pascal, Hook Foot and Shorty do not appear during the season two episode whatsoever.
  • The way Rapunzel hugs Kiera and her sister Catalina when they return during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel hugged Varian when he returned before the latter revealed his betrayal to Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal at the near end of the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively.
  • This is the only episode of the series where Rapunzel appears without her pet chameleon Pascal even though he is mentioned by Eugene at the beginning as the frog.
    • Also, this is the one of the two episodes of the series that Kiera and her sister Catalina appear without Lance Strongbow, the other episode that they appear without Lance is the upcoming season three episode Day of the Animals and the series respectively.
  • The way Angry AKA Kiera gives her leaf necklace to her sister Red AKA Catalina at the near end of the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Cassandra gave Varian the first place ribbon while Varian gave Cassandra the Cassandrium respectively at the near end of the season one episode Great Expotations and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene gave his comb to Catalina's sister Kiera before the latter left to travel outside of Corona alongside her sister Catalina at the end of the season one episode Big Brothers of Corona and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Brock gave Ash Ketchum a small picnic basket and cutlery while Misty gave Ash Ketchum a handkerchief as presents when the three of them are going their separate ways at the near end of the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Gotta Catch Ya Later! then Ash Ketchum gave the other part of the broken Poké Ball back to Gary Oak at the near of the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko, Clay Bailey, Dojo Kanojo Cho and Master Fung gave presents to Omi at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko's dad gave his daughter Kimiko Tohomiko and her friends Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Clay Bailey and Dojo Kanojo Cho a U-Bot as a gift during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Return of PandaBubba. Plus, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey, Kimiko Tohomiko, Raimundo Pedrosa and Omi gave Dojo Kanojo Cho a cowboy hat, a fruit basket, a gold D necklace and a picture of Omi himself as a gift respectively at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Judging Omi. Plus, it is the exact same way Kari Kamiya gave her whistle to her Digimon partner Gatomon as a gift during the Digimon Adventure episode The Fate of the Two Worlds. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum gave Serena the ribbon that he won earlier during the Pokémon the Series: XY episode Under the Pledging Tree!. Plus, it is the exact same way May gave Ash Ketchum, Brock and Dawn a wooden Teddiursa, a wooden Ursaring and a Piplup necklace respectively at the beginning of the Pokémon: DP Battle Dimensions episode A Full Course Tag Battle!. 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Also, it is the exact same way Professor Rowan gave Aipom's PokéBall back to Ash Ketchum during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Two Degrees of Separation!. Plus, it is the exact same way Princess Salvia gave her Togekiss to Dawn at the near end of Pokémon: DP Sinnoh League Victors episode Dawn of a Royal Day!. Also, it is the exact same way Stalyan will give Rapunzel a new frying pan at the end of the season two episode The Eye of Pincosta and the series respectively to replace the one that Malice Marauder bit earlier during the wrestling match. Plus, it is the exact same way Hook Hand will give his hook to his little brother Hook Foot when the latter's hook is damage during the dance-off from the season two episode The Brothers Hook and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian will give Quirin's Brotherhood helmet to him during the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three. Plus, it is the exact same way Master Fu gives the Miracle Box to Marinette during the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir episode Miracle Queen. Also, it is the exact same way Master Fung gave the Star Hanabi, Orb of Tornami and the Third Arm Sash to Kimiko Tohomiko, Omi and Clay Bailey during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Plus, it is the exact same way Master Fung gave three Xiaolin apprentice sashes to Omi, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown Mala Mala Jong. Also, it is the exact same way Master Fung gave a Xiaolin apprentice sash to Raimundo Pedrosa at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Pandatown. Plus, it is the exact same Master Fung gave the four Xiaolin armors to Omi, Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Deep Freeze. Also, it is the exact same way Odion Ishtar gave the brainwashed Joey Wheeler a deck of rare cards during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends Til the End, Part 1 to force the latter to duel against Yugi. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko gave Dojo Kanojo Cho to Jack Spicer's cousin Megan during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hear Some Evil, See Some Evil. Also, it is the exact same way Master Monk Guan gave Dojo Kanojo Cho to Chase Young during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Master Monk Guan. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko gave her briefly GPS to Omi during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Sizing Up Omi because the latter was too big to ride on Dojo Kanojo Cho. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel gives the key to her former best friend Cassandra and her villainous ally Zhan Tiri during the season three episode Race to the Spire and the series respectively. 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Also, it is the exact same way Sprig Plantar gives a fake note to Ned during the Amphibia episode Thai Feud that the former wrote offscreen before the latter gives the fake note to Anne Boonchuy's mom during the same Amphibia episode while Anne's mom gives eggs to Hop Pop Plantar and Polly Plantar then Anne Boonchuy's mom gives Thai tea to Sprig Plantar then Ned gives Sprig Plantar the egg rolls and Pad Thai during the same Amphibia episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy gives a birthday present to Sprig Plantar at the end of the Amphibia episode Sprig's Birthday. Also, it is the exact same way Captain Grime gives a pink heron sword to Sasha Waybright during the Amphibia episode Anne of the Year. Plus, it is the exact same way Captain Grime gives a silver heron sword to Sasha Waybright during the Amphibia episode True Colors. Also, it is the exact same way Numbuh 1 gave his sunglasses to Numbuh 5 at the near end of the Codename: Kids Next Door episode Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S. then the latter gave them back to the former at the end of the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way General Yunan gives the crossbow back to Marcy Wu during the Amphibia episode Olivia & Yunan. Also, it is the exact same way Odion Ishtar gave the brainwashed Joey Wheeler a deck of rare cards during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends 'Til the End, Part 1. Plus, it is the exact same way Tea Gardner gave Yami Yugi the Orichalos stone that she found at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode A New Evil, Part 2 then Yugi gave it to Rebecca's grandpa during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode The Legends of the Dragons then Rebecca Hawkins gave it back to Yugi Muto during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode The Challenge. Also, it is the exact same way Sophocles gives Lillie an Ice Stone that the former's Charjabug found at the end of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon—Ultra Adventures episode Not Caving Under Pressure while a wild Alolan Sandslash gave an Icium Z to Lillie during the same episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum gave his Beedrill to Casey at the near end of the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Bug Stops Here. Also, it is the exact same way Goh gives his Dugtrio to Laxton at the near end of the Pokémon: Master Journeys episode How Are You Gonna Keep 'Em Off of the Farm?. Plus, it is the exact same way Sprig Plantar gives Anne Boonchuy a CD player at the end of the Amphibia episode Wax Museum. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy gives her cell phone to Sprig Plantar briefly during the Amphibia episode Quarreler's Pass. 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Plus, it is the exact same way Anela gave Ash Ketchum a bag of Sitrus Berries that was for Litten and its close friend Stoutland during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode One Journey Ends, Another Begins... Also, it is the exact same way Erina gave her stamp pad to Cilan at the near end of the Pokémon: Black & White episode Lost at the Stamp Rally!. Plus, it is the exact same way Pinery gives an Eevee to Chloe at the near end of the Pokémon: Master Journeys: The Series episode To Train, Or Not to Train! while the latter's dad gives her a Rotom Phone. Also, it is the exact same way Nurse Joy gives Chloe the supplements during the Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series episode Errand Endurance!. Plus, it is the exact same way Mai Valentine gave her Glory of the King's hand entry card to Joey Wheeler during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Keith's Machinations, Part 1. Also, it is the exact same Croquet gave the Ties of Friendship to Yugi Muto and the check of the three million dollars to Joey Wheeler to help pay for his little sister Serenity Wheeler's eye operation during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode The Wrath of Rebecca. Plus, it is the exact same way Chansey gave the half of the pendant to Jessie that the latter befriended the former during a flashback of the Pokémon: Johto Journeys episode Ignorance is Blissey. Also, it is the exact same way Professor Augustine Sycamore gave his Key Stone to Nurse Joy briefly during the Pokémon the Series: XY & Z episode A Giga Battle with Mega Results!. Plus, it is the exact same way Palermo gave her business card to Serena at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: XY & Z episode Performing a Pathway to the Future!. Also, it is the exact same way Yugi Muto gave his Millennium Puzzle to Joey Wheeler during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends 'Til the End, Part 2 then Joey Wheeler gave the Millennium Puzzle back to Yugi at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Friends to the End Part 4. Plus, it is the exact same way Joey Wheeler gave his Red Eyes Black Dragon card to Yugi Muto at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Yugi vs, the Rare Hunter. Also, it is the exact same way Charles Goodshow gave Ash Ketchum and every Indigo League competitor an Indigo League badge at the near end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Friends to the End. Also, it is the exact same way Charles Goodshow gave Tyson a trophy at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode At the End of the Fray. Plus, it is the exact same way The Masked Royal AKA Professor Kukui at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Enter the Champion!. 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Plus, it is the exact same way Duke Devlin and Tristan Taylor gave their phone number to Joey Wheeler's little sister Serenity Wheeler at the end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode One for the Road.
  • The way Eugene notices that Red and her sister Angry are in trouble during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene realized that his girlfriend Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal were in trouble during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series
  • This is the only episode of the series that Rapunzel wraps her hair around herself when she rescues her boyfriend Eugene.
  • The way Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene notices that Red and her sister Angry are in trouble during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene realized that his girlfriend Rapunzel and her pet chameleon Pascal were in trouble during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Xavier realized that Rapunzel, Lance, Ulf, Feldspar and Friedborg were in danger during the season one episode Painter's Block and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Varian told Rapunzel that his dad Quirin was in danger during the second half of the one hour special episode Queen for a Day of season one and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Chase Young told Omi that Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey were in trouble during the Xiaolin Showdown Omi Town. Also, it is the exact same way Ken Ichijouji gave five of his Christmas party invitations to Davis Motomiya, Yolei Inoue, T.K. Takashi, Kari Kamiya and Cody Hida at the beginning of the Digimon Adventure 2 episode A Very Digi Christmas then Davis Motomiya, Yolei Inoue, T.K. Takashi, Kari Kamiya and Cody Hida gave Agumon, Biyomon, Gabumon, Tentomon, Palmon and Gomamon as Christmas presents to their respective partners Tai Kamiya, Sora Takenouchi, Matt Ishida, Izzy Izumi, Mimi Tachikawa and Joe Kido during the Digimon Adventure 2 episode A Very Digi Christmas. Plus, it is the exact same way Yugi Muto gave The Claw of Hermos and The Fang of Critias to Joey Wheeler and Seto Kaiba at the near end of the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode A Duel with Dartz -Part 6.
  • The way Catalina's sister Kiera says "Princess Rapunzel" during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Adira said "Princess Rapunzel" during the first half of the special one hour episode Beyond the Corona Walls of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian said "Princess Rapunzel" during the second half of the one hour special episode Queen for a Day and during the first half of the one hour special episode Secret of the Sun Drop which were both special episodes of season one and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way King Frederic and Sugracha the Eternal said "Princess Rapunzel" during the season one episode Painter's Block and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene said "Princess Rapunzel" during the season one episode The Return of Strongbow and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Monty will say "Princess Rapunzel" during the upcoming of the third season episode Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Lance will say "Princess Rapunzel" during the upcoming of the third season episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively.
  • The episode plot of season two and the series respectively is similar to the Xiaolin Showdown episode Omi Town because the friends of the orphan help find their parents then the friends of the orphan leave them with their so-called parents.
  • The way Kiera and her sister Catalina put their hands behind their back during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian will put both of his hands behind his back during the both halves of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Lance will put his hands behind his back during the three part special series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three while Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene and Pete's partner Stan put their hands behind their back during the epilogue of the same special three part series finale episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Varian put his hands behind his back during the season one episode Great Expotations and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Master Fung put his hands behind his back the during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Like a Rock!. Plus, it is the exact same way Chase Young put his hands behind his back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Dangerous Minds. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa put his hands behind his back at the end of the first Xiaolin Showdown episode The Journey of a Thousand Miles. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa and Clay Bailey put their hands behind their back during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode New Monk on the Block. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa put one of his hand behind his back at the near the beginning while he talked to Omi, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey then Raimundo Pedrosa put two of his hands behind his back three times during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past while he was talking to Wuya thrice then Jack Spicer put his hands behind his back during the same Xiaolin Showdown episode. Plus, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey, Omi and Chase Young put their hands behind their back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Also, it is the exact same way Master Monk Guan and Raimundo Pedrosa put their hands behind their back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Dream Stalker. Plus, it is the exact same way Omi, Kimiko Tohomiko and Master Fung put their hands behind their back at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Bird of Paradise. Also, it is the exact same way May put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon Advanced episode Sharpedo Attack! and the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Hole Lotta Trouble respectively. Plus, it is the same way Master Fung put his hands behind his back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Wu Got the Power. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hands behind her back during the season three episode Be Very Afraid and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Eugene put his hands behind his back at the beginning of the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden.... of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa, Kimiko Tohomiko and Omi put their hands behind their backs at the end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Deep Freeze. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko and Master Fung put their hands behind their back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Evil Within. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hands behind her back during the season two episode The Return of Quaid and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Adira put her hands behind her during the second half of the one hour special episode Beyond the Corona Walls of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way King Frederic put his hands behind his back during the episode Not in the Mood of season one and the season two episode Rapunzeltopia and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Andrew put his hands behind his back 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 Omi put his hands behind his back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Year of the Green Monkey. Plus, it is exact the same way Master Fung hands behind his back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Enter the Dragon. Also, it is the exact same way Omi put his hands behind his back at the end of the Xiaolin Chronicles episode Fly the Dragon. Plus, it is the exact same way Master Fung put his hands behind his back during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode The Call of the Dragon. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Absol-ute Disaster. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa put his hands behind his back at the beginning of Xiaolin Showdown episode Chameleon. Also, it is the exact same way Professor Samuel Oak and Tracey Skectchit put their hands behind their back during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Right Place and the Right Mime. Plus, it is the exact same way Master Fung and Raimundo Pedrosa put their hands behind their back at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Judging Omi. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Fan with a Plan. Plus, it is the exact same way Willow AKA Shadow put her hands behind her back during the Xiaolin Chronicles episode A Girl Named Willow. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May, Professor Birch and Ash Ketchum put their hands behind their back at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Get the Show on the Road!. Plus, it is the exact same way Master Fung and Master Monk Guan put their hands behind their back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode The Return of Master Monk Guan. Also, it is the exact same way Katnappé formerly AKA Ashley put her hands behind her back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Tangled Web. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Heartbreak of Brock. Also, it is the exact same way Jessie put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode The Battle of the Badge. Plus, it is the exact same way Teen Eugene, Teen Lance and Rapunzel put their hands behind their back during the season three episode No Time Like the Past and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way King Andrias put his hands behind his back at the near end of the Amphibia episode The First Temple. Plus, it is the exact same way Cilan put his hands behind his back at the near end of the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies episode Piplup, Pansage, and a Meeting of the Times! and the Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond episode The Path that Leads to Goodbye!. Also, it is the exact same way Koume put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode Espeon, Not Included. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension episode Camping It Up! while Conway and Professor Rowan put their hands behind their back at the end of the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way Max's older sister May put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode A Chip Off the Old Brock and at the end of the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Shroomish Skirmish respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Jessie and James put their hands behind their back during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Princess and the Togepi. Also, it is the exact same way James put his hands behind his back during the Pokémon: Advanced episode A Poached Ego! and the Pokémon: Battle Frontier episode King and Queen for a Day! respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty put her hands behind her back at the beginning of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Ash Catches a Pokémon and during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode Alola, Kanto! respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum put his hands behind his back during the fantasy of the Pokémon: Advanced episode Having a Wailord of a Time. Plus, it is the exact same way May put both of her hands behind her back at the beginning of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode The Scheme Team while Professor Oak and Professor Birch put their hands behind their back at the near end of the same episode. Also, it is the exact same way Matt Ishida, Davis Motomiya, Cody Hida, Kari Kamiya and T.K. Takaishi were shown with their hands behind their back while they pretended to be captured during the Digimon Adventure 2 episode Iron Vegiemon. Plus, it is the exact same way Iris was shown with her hands behind her back during the Pokémon: BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond episode The Journalist from Another Region!. Also, it is the exact same way James was shown with his hands behind his back during the Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episode Flower Power. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum's hands were shown behind his back during the Pokémon: Master Quest episode A Claim to Flame!. Also, it is the exact same way Eugene put his hands behind his back during the season three episode Flynnpostor and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Mallow, Professor Burnet and Lana put their hands behind their back during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Adventures episode Mission: Total Recall!. Also, it is the exact exact same way Goh put his hands behind his back at the near end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode Betrayed, Bothered, and Beleaguered!. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn put her hands behind her back at the beginning of the Pokémon: DP Galactic Battles episode Leading a Stray!. Also, it is the exact same way Serena put her hands behind her back at the end of the Pokémon the Series: XY episode Clemont's Got a Secret!. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko put her hands behind her back during the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way May's hands were shown behind her back during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Who, What, Where, When, Wynaut? while she was tied to a tree. Plus, it is the exact same way Cassandra put both of her hands behind during the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy put her hands behind her back during the Amphibia episode Hop 'Til You Drop. Plus, it is the exact same way Conway put both of his hands behind his back at the near end of the Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension episode Camping It Up!. Also, it is the exact same way Catalina's sister Kiera put both of her hands behind her back 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 Korrina's grandpa Gurkinn put his hands behind his back at the end of the Pokémon Journeys: The Series episode A Festival Reunion!. Also, it is the exact same way Maddie Flour and Marcy Wu put their hands behind their back during the Amphibia episode Maddie & Marcy. Plus, it is the exact same way Serena put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon the Series: XY Kalos Quest episode Battling with Elegance and a Big Smile!. Also, it is the exact same way King Andrias put his hands behind his back during the Amphibia episode Olivia & Yunan and at the near end of the Amphibia episode Froggy Little Christmas. Plus, it is the exact same way Lana's childhood best friend Mallow put her hands behind her back at the beginning of the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon episode A Seasoned Search!. Also, it is the exact same way Sideshow Bob Roberts put his hands behind his back during The Simpsons episode The Italian Bob. Plus, it is the exact same way Bonnie and Serena put their hands behind their back at the near end of the Pokémon the Series: XY&Z episode Till We Compete Again!. Also, it is the exact same way Iris put her hands behind her back at the near of the beginning of the Pokémon: Black & White episode Lost at the Stamp Rally!. Plus, it is the exact same way Acerola put her hands behind her back during the Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon - Ultra Legends episode Battle Royal 151!. Also, it is the exact same way Gabe Núñez, Princess Isabel, Armando, Naomi Turner and Francisco put their hands behind their back at the end of the Elena of Avalor episode Coronation Day. Plus, it is the exact same way Charles Goodshow put his hands behind his back at the near end of the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode At the End of the Fray. Also, it is the exact same way Charles Goodshow put his hands behind his back at the near end of the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Friends to the End.
  • The way Eugene says "Give me the monkey" to Kiera AKA Angry during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel said "Give me the flower, Varian" at the near end of the season one episode The Alchemist Returns and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel will say "Cassandra, give me the Moonstone" to her former best friend at the beginning of the one hour special episode Rapunzel's Return of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel will tell Kiera to "Give it back" when the latter grabbed the bullhorn from the former off screen during the season three episode Day of the Animals and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Cassandra says "Give me that scroll, Rapunzel!" to her former best friend during the second half of the one hour special episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Cassandra says "Now, hand over the key" and "Hand over the key now or Calliope pays the price" during the season three episode Race to the Spire and the series respectively to her former best friend Rapunzel. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko told "Give me that" to Dojo Kanojo Cho when the latter has the former's cellphone at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Chucky Choo. Also, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "What?! Give me that scroll" during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Hannibal's Revenge. Plus, it is the exact same way Raimundo Pedrosa said "Give it!" when Dojo Kanojo Cho held the Serpent's Tail at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way May said "Team Rocket, give back our ribbons!" while Ash Ketchum said "Give back those ribbons!" during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode A Fan with a Plan. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty said "Well, give it back!" to Princess Sara when the latter was holding the former's Togepi during the Pokémon: Advanced Challenge episode The Princess and the Togepi. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum said "Give them back!" to Jessie, James and Meowth for stealing four of Brock's sandwiches off screen during the Pokémon: Advanced episode You Never Can Taillow. Also, it is the exact same way Kimmy Shoney said "Give back Tokin" during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Showdown at Linoone. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum said "Give Pikachu back" during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Beg, Burrow and Steal. Also, it is the exact same way Yami Yugi said "Give me back the God cards" to Rafael, Alister and Valon during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode A New Evil, Part 1. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum and Nurse Joy told Snorunt to give back the gym badges to the former during the Pokémon: Advanced Battle episode Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snorunt!. Also, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko said "Give it back!" to Jack Spicer when the latter caught Omi's chi bottle during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Saving Omi. Plus, it is the exact same way Dawn wanted Ash Ketchum to give her the Misty lure during the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl episode Buizel Your Way Out Of This!. Also, it is the exact same way Fred Frederickson says "Give back our friends!" to Chris during the Big Hero 6: The Series episode City of Monsters. Plus, it is the exact same way Prince Hydron said "Now, hand over the Alternative data, you stole" to Lync Volan during the Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia episode Payback. Also, it is the exact same way Andrew told Rapunzel's boyfriend Eugene to give him the King Herz Der Sonne's journal back to him during the season one episode Under Raps and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Anne Boonchuy says "Give him back!" to King Andrias when the former is referring to Sprig during the Amphibia episode True Colors. Also, it is the exact same way Polly Plantar says "Give me that" at the near end of the Amphibia episode The Third Temple. Plus, it is the exact same way Maggie says "Give me that!" during a flashback at the beginning of the Amphibia episode Reunion when the former is referring to Anne Boonchuy's khao niew bing that the latter's mom made for the latter. Also, it is the exact same way Homer said "Give it back!" when he was referring to the lemon tree that the people of Shelbyville stole during The Simpsons episode Lemon of Troy. Plus, it is the exact same way Robby Keene says "Give it" to Kenny when the former asks to see the latter's cellphone during the Cobra Kai episode Match Point.
  • The way Rapunzel put her arms on Eugene's arm during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hands on Eugene's hands during the season one episode Great Expotations and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Omi put his hands on Master Monk Guan's arm during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Dream Stalker. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tomiko and Omi put their hands on Clay Bailey's hands at the beginning of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past. Also, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hand on Eugene at the near end of the three part special series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three when they are hugging alongside Cassandra. Plus, it is the exact same way Kimiko Tohomiko put her hands on Omi's arm during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Screams of the Siren. Also, it is the exact same way Pikachu put his arms on Ash's arm during the Pokémon: Advanced episodes Get the Show on the Road! and Gonna Rule the School!. Plus, it is the exact same way Natalie put her hands on Brock's arm during the Pokémon: Advanced episode The Lotad Lowdown. Also, it is the exact same way Temacu put her hands on Brock's arm during the Pokémon: Johto League Champions episode The Heartbreak of Brock. Plus, it is the exact same way Rebecca Hawkins put her hands on Yugi Muto's arm during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode A New Evil, Part 2. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her arm on Eugene's arm during the first half of the special one hour episode Cassandra's Revenge of season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Hiro Hamada put his hands on Karmi's hand during the Big Hero 6: The Series episode City of Monsters. Plus, it is the exact same way Rapunzel put her hands on Eugene's hand at the end of the penultimate episode Once a Handmaiden... of the season three and the series respectively. Also, it is the exact same way Yugi Muto put his hands on Yami Yugi's arm during the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode Fate of the Pharaoh, Part 2.
  • This episode foreshadows the epilogue of the special three part series finale episode Plus Est En Vous of season three because Lance adopts Kiera and her sister Catalina when the three of them decide to become a family.
  • The way Catalina's sister Kiera says "ma'am" at the end of the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Misty said "ma'am" during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Hypno's Naptime. Also, it is the exact same way Clay said "ma'am" during the two Xiaolin Showdown episodes Katnappé and Citadel of Doom respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Ash Ketchum said "ma'am" during the Pokémon: Indigo Plateau episode Pokémon Scent-sation.
  • The way Rapunzel says "A believer out of you" to her boyfriend Eugene while they resume their date at the end of the episode of season two and the series respectively. Also, it is the same exact way as Dartz said "A believer out of you" during an episode of the fourth season of Yu-Gi-Oh! Waking the Dragons. Plus, it is the exact same way Wuya said "They're making a buffoon out of you" to Raimundo Pedrosa at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh.
  • The way Kiera and her sister Catalina keep their word about giving back Vigor to Madame Canardist during the episode is the same way Wuya kept her word about giving Raimundo Pedrosa the lap of luxury that he wanted after he helped her restore to her fleshy form during the Xiaolin Showdown episode Days Past.
  • The way Rapunzel wraps her arms around Eugene's body during the episode of season two and the series respectively. Plus, it is the exact same way Jack Spicer wrapped his arms around Raimundo's legs while the former activated the Lotus Twister during the showdown of the Xiaolin Showdown episode In the Flesh. Also, it is the exact same way Clay Bailey put his arm around Raimundo Pedrosa at the near end of the Xiaolin Showdown episode Judging Omi while the former activated the Monsoon Sandals to rescue the latter from having his head bitten off by Chase Young.

Errors

  • Rapunzel and Eugene are shown to be wearing their second season outfits when they are riding on Fidella and Maximus respectively on a trail but at a closer view, Rapunzel and Eugene are wearing their original outfits for the whole episode.

Cast

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