Samurai Jack (2001–2017)
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Episode XCIII 

Out of weapons and pursued relentlessly by the masterful seven Daughters of Aku, Jack faces what may be his final confrontation.

Director:

Genndy Tartakovsky

Writers:

Genndy Tartakovsky (creator), Darrick Bachman (story by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Phil LaMarr ... Samurai Jack / Host (voice)
Greg Baldwin Greg Baldwin ... Aku (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Mud Alien / Scientist (voice)
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Out of weapons and pursued relentlessly by the masterful seven Daughters of Aku, Jack faces what may be his final confrontation.

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18 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Aku is talking to the scientists about not caring about Jack, he mentions "That was the old Aku, this is the new Aku." This could be a joke regarding Greg Baldwin replacing Mako after his death. See more »

Goofs

When the Daughters of Aku enter the tomb looking for Jack, there is a top-down shot of them approaching the center the tomb, but there are eight daughters seen walking instead of seven. See more »

Quotes

Aku: [as doctor] So, tell me what's been bothering you.
Aku: [as Aku] Well, you see, doc, it's been over fifty years already.
Aku: [as doctor] It's been that long?
Aku: [as Aku] Yes, you see, that's the actual problem. Once I eradicated all the time portals, I thought I would just wait it out and then, the Samur...
Aku: [as doctor] We don't say his name here, it is a safe place.
Aku: [as Aku] Yes, sorry, doctor. Well, I just assumed that eventually over time, he will just...
Aku: [Both yell] DIIIIIIIE!
Aku: [as Aku] But he hasn't even aged. ...
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References The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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An Absolute Masterpiece of Visual Narrative
22 April 2017 | by SlightlyEdibleSee all my reviews

Just brilliant. Everything about this episode screams meticulous attention to detail. Every moment perfectly paces this episode. The tension is perfectly built for the emotional ending. So much character development happens with so little dialogue. Our protagonist's external problems are shown without dialogue, but the truly genius part is how our characters internal development is displayed through nothing but one conversation with himself, a long chase scene, music, and beautiful animation.

An utter masterpiece. Easily one of the greatest animated television episodes ever aired, and the high-point for the series. I just hope that I can see something that takes advantage of animation as a form of media, as well as this episode did, again.


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