Jackie Chan Adventures 5 Seasons 2004

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Season 4
(13) IMDb 6.4/10

10. J2 TV-NR CC

A Jade from the future arrives to try and destroy the magic Dragon Teeth that Drago will one day use to take over Section 13. Drago has follwed Jade from the future to stop her.

Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 31, 2004

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Season 4
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    1. The Masks Of The Shadowkhan Daolon Wong summons the Shadowkhan to help him escape from prison, but Tarakudo, King of all Shadowkhan appears! Jackie must stop this new threat from his plan to "shroud the Earth in Shadow".

    TV-NR 22min September 13, 2003
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    2. Samurai Ratso Jackie and the others go to Tokyo to search for the Oni Masks, and fight the Enforcers in a museum. Ratso gets a mask that controls a Tribe of Shadowkhan, an army of 7-foot-tall razor-clawed ninjas!

    TV-NR 22min September 20, 2003
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    3. The Amazing T-Troop Jade, Mordecai the Pig, Egbert the Rooster, and a Rat Talisman-powered Supermoose join forces to become the superhero team known as the Amazing T-Troop! They face Tarakudo to save Jade's dog, Scruffy.

    TV-NR 22min September 27, 2003
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    4. Black Magic Captain Black accidentaly wears an Oni mask that turns him into the demon version of himself. Jackie must use the Tiger Talisman to split Capt. Black into good and bad versions of himself.

    TV-NR 22min October 4, 2003
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    5. The Demon Behind Jade uses the Rat Talisman on an Oni Mask to try and learn how to defeat Tarakudo. The mask ends up fusing to the rear end of Finn, and Tohru is kidnapped by a Shadowkhan of The Demon General.

    TV-NR 22min October 11, 2003
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    6. Fright Night Fight Jade and Paco want to win the "Scariest Costume" award at the school's Haunted Halloween Fair. Paco tries on an Oni Mask that turns him into a demon, and Jackie and El Toro must save him.

    TV-NR 22min October 25, 2003
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    7. The Shadow Eaters Hak Foo wears an Oni Mask, but he is disappointed when his army appears as tiny, seemingly harmless ninjas. They prove dangerous though, when they steal Tohru's life-force by eating his shadow!

    TV-NR 22min November 15, 2003
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    8. Half A Mask Of Kung-Fu An Oni Mask appears on an online auction, and Jackie tries to outbid the Enforcers. Valmont ends up winning the mask, and Jackie must stop his plan to unleash an army of Shadow-thieves.

    TV-NR 22min November 1, 2003
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    9. The Good Guys The Enforcers join sides with Jackie and try to be good guys for a change! They slip into their old habits however, when they steal an artifact. Jackie must retrieve it before a new villain gets it.

    TV-NR 22min November 22, 2003
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    10. J2 A Jade from the future arrives to try and destroy the magic Dragon Teeth that Drago will one day use to take over Section 13. Drago has follwed Jade from the future to stop her.

    TV-NR 22min January 31, 2004
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    11. The J-Tots The J-Team assembles to stop the escaped prisoner, Bartholomew Chang, but Jade is upset she can't join them. She casts a spell on the J-Team, but it backfires and turns them into J-Tots!

    TV-NR 22min February 7, 2004
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    12. Deja Vu Jackie sets out to stop Daolon Wong from getting the powerful D?j? Vu Stone, a stone that can transport its owner into the past. When it is activated, Jade must help Jackie come back to the present.

    TV-NR 22min January 17, 2004
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    13. Ninja Twilight Jackie recovers the final Oni Mask, but all nine masks reunite and transform into demon generals. Tarakudo and the generals will engulf the Earth in eternal darkness unless the J-Team can stop them.

    TV-NR 22min February 17, 2004

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Action, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director David Hartman
Supporting actors Stacie Chan, Sab Shimono, Lucy Liu, Michael Rosenbaum
Season year 2004
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Executive Producer Solon So
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 1, 2011
Out of all five seasons for this show, Season 4 was unique in the fact that it didn't focus on something Shendu-related (demon sorcerers or talisman powers) and the villain here was Japanese (Tarakudo) so this was rather refreshing for the show.

However, at this point, the series had already become entrenched in the formula that would dominate it. This formula included...
-Jade in EVERY episode. Boy, that girl really grated on my nerves in some episodes. She would have been a better and more likeable character if she wasn't in half the episodes. Also, she has become more annoying than she was in Season 1, to the point where sometimes I wished she would get hit by a bus.
-Globetrotting for the item of the day. In this instance, it was the masks the Chans were looking for, and trying to get them before the bad guys did. This part of the formula wasn't too bad, though.
-Finn, Ratso, and Chow as lackeys. This season, Tarakudo takes them (and Hak Foo) out of prison so they can serve him. Boy, first they had to serve Valmont and Shendu, then Shendu/Valmont, then Daolon Wong. Now Tarakudo! These guys can't catch a break, but I liked them a lot.
-Lack of depth. The episodes were action-centered, and spent little to no time exploring the past, so the series lacked depth. We don't know how Uncle came to learn magic. We don't know how Valmont, the Enforcers, Daolon Wong, etc became bad guys, or how Tohru came to work for Valmont in the first place.

This series had a lot of potential - and it had some really fun and memorable episodes - but unfortunately it peaked at the second season and become repetitive in the third season and onwards. Still, this season had some great episodes, such as when one of the demon masks became attached to Finn's behind, or Captain Black becoming a victim of one of the masks.
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By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 14, 2012
The Season 4 finale was one heck of a ride. All of the Demon Generals are free to spread darkness through the world, this episode was a lot of fun to watch. Tarakudo finally gets a real flesh form, and boy it looks good. Definitely one of the more memorable episodes of the season - and series. Loved it.
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By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 14, 2012
Daolon Wong doesn't take defeat all too well and is determined to use the Deja Vu stone to fix the past in his favor. Great idea, but lackluster delivery, not recommended for the newbie to this show.
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By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 14, 2012
Liked Little Jackie and Little Valmont? You would think littles of the J-Team would be fun, but it's not. Little Jackie and Valmont were better-drawn and had more details to them and were older, while the J-Tots are considerably younger (kindergarten level?) and it just makes the episode gimmicky when it had started off so well (with the J-Team facing counterparts of themselves) El Toro's poo joke was just tacky.
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This episode showed us a future Jade, as well as a villain who would come back to be the main villain for the fifth season, Drago. This episode contradicts some of future episodes, and at the same time doesn't really explain where Drago came from (who was his mother, for example) so while this episode certainly had plenty off potential, the story arc that would spawn from this was lackluster.
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By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 14, 2012
The Enforcers try to redeem themselves. Overall a cute episode, and it did not feature a Demon Mask, so this was a bit of a change of pace but a welcome one, and the nephews of the Enforcers provide a nice foil to their uncles.
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By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 14, 2012
So if you're a Valmont fangirl, rejoice! This episode did not fulfill its potential though... Valmont has only half of this episode's mask, and who has the other half? Jade. That's right, Jade Chan. It would have been better for Big V to share the mask with Jackie instead of that brat, but the parts with the Shadowkhan were good.
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