Samurai Jack (2001–2017)
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Episode XXIX 

Samurai Jack boards a train in the new old West and finds himself cornered by bounty hunter Ezekiel Clench as well as a beautiful filly named Josephine.

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Greg Burson ...
Quick Draw McGraw / Baba Looey (voice)
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Joe Lala ...
Owner / Engineer / Passenger #1 (voice)
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Samurai Jack boards a train in the new old West and finds himself cornered by bounty hunter Ezekiel Clench as well as a beautiful filly named Josephine.

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8 November 2002 (USA)  »

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This episode features a cameo of QuickDraw McGraw and his faithful sidekick Baba Looey. See more »

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When Ezekiel Clench first hits Samurai Jack on the train, the point of view changes between the two of them but the background remains the same. See more »

Quotes

Jack: Looking for a seat?
Ezekial Clench: Yep. Yours. I'm gonna make a lot of money cashin' in on your hide.
Jack: I hear that often. But only from poor men.
Ezekial Clench: Hmm, well, I got bills to pay, and I done already addressed the envelopes.
Jack: [sighs] I hope you have yet to stamp the postage on your parcels, for you-
[Clutch punches him]
Jack: .
Ezekial Clench: Consider 'em *stamped*.
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References The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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