As Jack goes through fall, winter, spring and summer, he must battle the perils that each season brings.


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Episode cast overview:
Samurai Jack (voice)
Aku (voice)
Scientist (voice)
Spring (voice)


Summer: while crossing a desert, Jack is attacked by a mirage which takes the shape of a living sand storm. Fall: an evil scientist collects fallen leaves and flowers to brew a deadly poison and put it in a well. Winter: a tribe of ogres forge the ultimate sword using fire and ice, then wage battle to determine the one destined to wield it. Spring: Jack is tempted to take a rest from his quest by a seductive wood nymph. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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14 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Spring: What is your quest, young servant? What brings you through such bitter lands?
Samurai Jack: My destiny... But it continues to be elusive. And so I journey on.
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Silence of the samurai.
15 October 2006 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews

I can called this episode essence of essence of "Samurai Jack". There's no one word, it's tough, moving, deep, even more compact than usually by parting into four smaller parts ("Spring", "Summer", "Autumn", "Winter"). So why not 10? There's only one reason. It's "Winter". I've never seen better mute cartoon. Try to imagine that brood of warriors live in caves with only one purpose, made a sword with whom they can defeat Jack, when they done it they all fight who will go to wait for samurai. The one who win goes outside, he might wait years, it's not said. Jack at last appears and crashes his sword by one cut. End. In this moment I said "Oh, my God". It's masterpiece in all aspects, graphic, plot, music (just few simple sounds, but any, ANY of them comes from the characters) with whom remaining parts, although very good, cannot measure. But if I had to choose one from them I would mention "Spring", which show us quite unexpected story of Jack and some lady.

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