Samurai Jack (2001–2017)
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An experimental X-series robot was given emotions as an experiment and therefore was the only one of it's kind to survive intact. It retired after taking a shine to sweet thing Lulu, but ... See full summary »

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An experimental X-series robot was given emotions as an experiment and therefore was the only one of it's kind to survive intact. It retired after taking a shine to sweet thing Lulu, but Aku forces it to take on one more job: hunt down Samurai Jack. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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25 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Several of the scientists are similar in appearance to fictional evil scientists including Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, Dr. Wily from the Megaman franchise and Dr. Forrester from Mystery Science Theater 3000 See more »

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X-49: [after been defeated by Jack, about his dog] Lulu. Take care of Lulu...
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X-49: ... sweet thing.
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Spoofs The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Bittersweet indeed
17 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

One of the few cartoons that actually made me teary-eyed, a true masterpiece, Music, Story, Image all of them flawless I've seen a lot of "black" movies but this one so simple yet so complex, forces so much meditation form a mature viewer... an emotional robot sacrifices his "life" for a living creature, a dog as a symbol for his desire to be "living". I have seen no movie as powerful as these 20 minutes of a cartoon network cartoon in my life. An episode about existence, and what it means for all of us, in this case sacrifice for a dream and a desire, to be flesh and blood. A great view for all ages, but i'm guessing mature people will appreciate it more.


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