|The Worst Of Both Worlds|
|Season 2, Episode 32|
|Air date||December 31, 2008|
Episode Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Yugi and Yami face off against Steve the Mime, who carries Slifer the Executive Producer. Meanwhile, Bakura explores the local museum and Joey is motivated to seek another duellist from Season 1 to challenge.
References[edit | edit source]
- (Title) A reference to the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode from which the opening footage is taken.
- (00:00) As mentioned, this footage is taken from a Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode, dubbed over by LittleKuriboh. The characters are lined up as follows:
- (01:15) The music played here, and the lyrics Marik sings, are from the theme song to the show "Gilligan's Island". Skipper and Gilligan are characters on the show.
- (01:49) This is sound effect is from multiple sources, notably the running effect from The Six Million Dollar Man.
- (02:08) Twilight is a book series concerning a modern take on vampires, in which they are allowed to stand in direct sunlight; this is contrary to the typical take on vampires, giving them no reflection and making them harmed by sunlight.
- (02:35) The Wonder Twins are a superhero duo, who would recite the phrase "Wonder Twin Powers, Activate! Form Of (x)" , where (x) is the form they wished to assume.
- (02:59) Harry Potter is a teenage wizard, who can be described as whiny in various parts of the series of the same name.
- (03:03) Nosferatu is the name given to the vampire featured in the film, "Nosferatu".
- (03:11) Kevin Spacey is an American actor, who had been accused of being gay on the basis of press interviews.
- (04:20) N'Sync was an American boy band whose members often wore leather.
- (04:31) "Despite all my rage I am still just a rat in a cage" is a line from the song "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" by The Smashing Pumpkins.
- (04:42) Slifer's audio is Sinistar, from the game of the same name.
- (04:47) Mumm-ra was a villainous character from the ThunderCats cartoon.
- (06:10) The Nintendo Wii is a video game console that implemented motion controls, which were found interesting to some, and boring to others.
- (07:47) The song playing here is "More than a Feeling" by Boston.
- (Credits) This audio is Chef, from South Park, signing his Chocolate Salty Balls song.
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