American Dragon: Jake Long: Season 2, Episode 20

Homecoming (10 Mar. 2007)

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Jake and Rose come to a crossroads, as the Huntsclan achieve the power to eliminate all magical creatures.



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Episode credited cast:
Jake Long (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Huntsmaster (voice)
Huntsboy #89 (voice)
Fu Dog (voice)
Spud (voice)
Miss Kittie ...
Trixie (voice)
Huntsboy #88 (voice)
Sun Park (voice)
Rose (voice)


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 Tony-B4

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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 »


Jake Long: [after destroying all of the Aztec skulls in a furious rage] Consider them destroyed!
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The Best Episode of the Second Season!
3 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh wow! Everything you were wondering about Rose's family and the Huntsclan is answered. I would like to take this time to say to you: The Huntsman dies! No, I'm not kidding. And Rose almost dies, too. Almost.

Jake and Rose are nominated for the Homecoming king and queen. But, the happiness is short lived for the Huntsman finds out about Rose's betrayal. The Huntsman then tells Rose that he knows where her parents are and if she doesn't get him all the skulls, he can have them killed.

I will not say anymore except this: this episode is dramatic, suspenseful and it completes the Jake and Rose story, but it is not the way the audience wants it to be finished.

The voice acting is excellent. Dante Basco and Mae Whitman are very convincing at the end and it is quite heart-wrenching. And for Jeff Bennett, out of all the characters he played, the Huntsman was my favorite.

This episode is not to be missed by all Am Drag fans. I would say to the parents, though: if you have a fan who is under 7, I would suggest that you watch this with them. Rose destroys all Huntsclan in a way which might frighten your younger kids and then Rose almost meets the same fate, which will have your kids in tears. They will be crying all night. But it's worth it. Do not miss this episode!

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