Rose has kept her distance from Jake, as she distracts him in his duties as the American Dragon. But when they're nominated for homecoming king and queen, Jake and Rose once again toy with being a couple. Meanwhile, the Huntsclan finds the 13th Aztec skull, that will grant one irreversible wish to whoever holds the last skull. Rose (as Huntsgirl) helps Jake retrieve it instead. But in doing so, she is recorded talking with him, revealing that she has betrayed the Huntsclan. The Huntmaster blackmails Rose into helping him get the three skulls that Jake and Grandpa possess, by threatening her long lost parents, that he kidnapped her from after she was born. The skulls must be placed in statues that happen to be at the location of the homecoming dance. After scaring the students away, the Huntsclan begin to set up the skulls to grant wishes. Jake, Trixie, and Spud have stayed, revealing to the Huntsclan who the American Dragon truly is. Grandpa, Haley, Ms. Park arrive, and battle the ... Written by
Did You Know?
The original idea for the episode was to be an hour-long season finale in which Sun Park was set to die. However, due to the darkness of the scene, Disney axed the scene. Executive producers Eddie Guzelian
and Matthew Negrete
were told if they wanted it to be a two-parter, if would have to be humorous and have nothing to do with their original idea for the story line. The result of this was the episode being shortened to a 22 minute episode, while still keeping the plot of Rose being blackmailed by the Huntsclan. See more
The 13th Aztec skull has yellow eyes throughout the battle to obtain it. But when Grandpa, Fu, and Jake line up the three skulls they have (including the recently-obtained 13th), none of them have yellow eyes. See more
So, how exactly do these skull-thingies work again?
Whoever possesses all 13, is granted one irreversible wish.
And if the Huntsman gets his mitts on them, ten bucks says he ain't wishing for a collection of '70s A.M. gold.