After successfully keeping a time traveling amulet out of the clutches of the Huntsclan, and getting grounded by his father in the process, Jake decided to use the amulet to go back to 1986... See full summary »

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Jake Long (voice)
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After successfully keeping a time traveling amulet out of the clutches of the Huntsclan, and getting grounded by his father in the process, Jake decided to use the amulet to go back to 1986 in order to reveal the existence of Dragons and other magical creatures to him. The trouble is, the shock of this revelation ends up breaking his parents up before he was even born, and now he has no other choice but to find a way to get them back together again. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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12 August 2006 (USA)  »

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When the teenage Susan kisses Jake goodbye her skirt becomes longer in length. See more »

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Jake Long: [about the teenaged Huntsman's voice] Dude, what's with the voice? You sound like an acordian stuck in a woodchipper!
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A Very Special Episode
14 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is pretty special. Now I know that even as a teenager Jonathan Long was an idiot. Jake time travels back to 1986 to tell his dad the truth about magical creatures because he is tired of his dad grounding him every other week for his missions. Jake steals his mother's letter (which explains the family secret) and puts it in his dad's locker. After reading the letter, Mr. Long freaks out and breaks up with mom. Things get worse when Jonathan unknowingly tells the Huntsclan about the Dragons. Jake then shows him a picture of his future family and Jonathan realizes that his love for Susan is stronger than his fear and he helps stop the Huntsclan. But, back in the future, Mr. Long assumes it was all a dream and still doesn't know.

This episode is funny (I love how it shows that Loa-Shi thinks Jake's dad is a dork). The past huntsman is very odd and I feel sorry for Jake for being punished for something his grandfather and the dragon council are forcing him to do. 9/10


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