|Season 1, Episode 16|
|Air date||January 22, 2007|
Episode Synopsis Edit
This episode contains some fanservice, as well as some minor plot devices, such as Joey not having a Duelist Kingdom "invitation card" and how Bandit Keith stole the card the Yugi gave Joey. However, for the most part, this episode contains material not directly related to the plot. Yugi has a nightmare about Mokuba, Kaiba, and his grandpa's souls. And Tea, Tristan, and Bakura wander around the castle and happen upon Pegasus's ritual attempt to bring back his wife. Upon being discovered, Yami Bakura emerges and wipes everyone's mind.
- (00:00) The opening scene references "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" which would frequently open with an establishing shot of a castle and Dr. Weird saying "Gentlemen, behold!" .
- (02:15) "The Goonies" is a 1985 film mostly starring children. Cory Feldman was an actor playing Mouth the talented yet obnoxious kid, while Chunk is the fat and sloppy kid of the team.
- (02:26) "Stand By Me" is a 1986 film, again mostly starring children, who embark on a journey to find a dead boy's body. One of the kids was played by River Phoenix .
- (03:28) The song that plays when Bandit Keith does his fanservice is "Oh Yeah" by Yello , a song most famous for its use in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" .
- (04:23) As Mokuba says, this is a parody of 2001 : A Space Odyssey . The censored crosses resemble the Monoliths from the film, and Grandpa and Kaiba sing "Daisy Bell" as HAL-9000 does as he is being shut down.
- (05:03) One-Eyed Willy was the pirate whose treasures the kids in "The Goonies" are trying to find.
- (05:19) The song being sung in the "funky satanic ritual" is the Blue Swede version of "Hooked on a Feeling" .
- (Credits) This audio clip is from "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast" .
This episode brings the approach of noting fan service in an abridged series.