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Jackie Chan Adventures

5 Seasons

Season 5
3.6 out of 5 stars (16) IMDb 7.3/10

Season 5 is packed with Demon Chi-powered action. Jackie, Jade, Uncle and Tohru become contestants on an international game show in order to win back Water Demon Chi. While on a field trip to a haunted mansion, Jade's teacher absorbs the Sky Demon Chi. On a trip to save his boyhood village in China, Jackie and the gang is possessed by evil mirror spirits. Finally, in a two part adventure, Drago takes Jackie and others hostage and demands the Chi powers be turned over to him. When Tohru's potion fails to work, Drago leaves the hostages for dead and sets out on a path of destruction. Will Jackie and his friends be able to stop Drago from future terror and destruction? Join Jackie Chan in this season's epic new adventures.

Starring:
Jackie Chan, James Sie

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Season 5

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1. Relics of Demons Past

Drago looks for a relic with evil powers.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: September 11, 2004
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2. It's All In the Game

Jackie goes on a game show to win a relic.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: September 18, 2004
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3. Black and White and Chi All Over

Unexpected Chi powers appear in San Diego.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: September 25, 2004
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4. Dragon Scouts

Jade joins the Dragon Scouts.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 16, 2004
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5. The Demon Beneath My Wings

Jade's teacher absorbs the Sky Demon Chi.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 4, 2005
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6. Mirror, Mirror

Jackie faces evil mirror spirits in China.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 4, 2005
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7. Antler Action

Jades' friend absorbs Earth Demon Chi.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 11, 2005
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8. Clash of the Titanics

Jackie searches a shipwreck for relics.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 11, 2005
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9. Stealing Thunder

Drago builds his secret lair in Seattle.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 18, 2005
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10. Weight and See

Tohru ingests the Mountain Demon Chi.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 18, 2005
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11. J2 Revisited

Jackie and Jade find the Arcanum of Chi.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: July 8, 2005
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12. The Powers That Be (Part 1)

Drago and demons threaten the planet.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: July 25, 2005
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13. The Powers That Be (Part 2)

Drago fights his father, Shendu.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: July 25, 2005
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The fifth and final season of the show stars Drago as the main villain after he manages to escape Section 13. This season focuses on him trying to find the powers of the Demon Sorcerers in magical items (much like the season 3 pursuit of Talisman powers in the animals that hosted them) I liked Drago, and thought he was a pretty cool villain.

However, at this point, the series had already become entrenched in the formula that dominated it since season 2. 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, or eaten by Drago.
-Globetrotting for the item of the day. In this instance, it was the magical items the eight immortals used to seal the Demons away into the Voic. This part of the formula wasn't too bad, though.
-Finn, Ratso, and Chow as lackeys - a mainstay of Seasons 1 through 4, was changed for this. Drago recruits Strikemaster Ice and his gang, so I was disappointed to not have Finn, Ratso, Chow, and Hak Foo around. They do make guest appearances, but only appear a couple of times. After their failure in the first episode of this season, Drago 'fires' them and strips them of the powers he gave them - quite the difference from Tarakudo and Daolon Wong!
-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.
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By M on June 15, 2012
Clash of the Titanics and this can be seen as a two-part episode, since the last episode ended with Drago claiming the Thunder Demon Chi for himself. He is livin' large and has taken the Seattle Needle for himself so he can harness more lightning and the Chans have to figure a way to steal the Chi, hence the name of this episode. Definitely a wonderful episode, especially paired with Clash of the Titanics!
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I am sad and glad to see this series come to an end. In the last couple of seasons the writing really fell apart for some of the episodes, and this show did not achieve the potential it could have. Seasons 1 and 2 were the best, hands-down. For whatever reason, Season 2 had the most episodes (39 episodes) while all the others but for Season 3 had just 13 episodes.

If this show had been given twenty episodes per season instead of this mixed number, it might have helped. Season 2 had a LOT of filler episodes, and so did the subsequent seasons, causing the show to lose opportunity to flesh out certain aspects of it and make it a deeper and more entertaining show than throwing in a bunch of one-shot villains or silly, useless episodes like 'Mirror Mirror' into the mix.

This season had a lot of potential to explore the history of the Demon Sorcerers, especially Shendu and Drago... and yet we don't really learn anything new about any of them this season. Better writing and management definitely could have saved this show.
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By M on June 15, 2012
What were the writers thinking with this episode? It had absolutely no substance, no real story, and no meaning. The curses put upon the Chans were pathetic. Tohru acting like his mother was funny, but Jackie's big head and Jade turning into a donkey just made no sense and was absolutely nonsensical. There was so much on the show that could be explored - Valmont's past, Jackie's past, the past of the talismans or Drago or whatever... and instead of choosing to give the show depth, they just slopped together this sorry wreck of an episode, easily the worst in the whole series!
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By M on June 15, 2012
The show would sometimes borrow from pop culture, and back in 2004 Survivor was still going strong. This episode is a spoof of said reality show, however in here the format is a bit different, it is two families competing against one another (The Chans versus a German family) Why do they do this? Well apparently the gourd on the show is the same gourd that contains Bai Tsa's chi. When Drago gets his hands on it... well, it's not the best look for him. :P
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The search for the Thunder Demon Chi is on, and is in a sunken ship called the Oceanic. The title refers to the ship Titanic of course, but also to the clash between Drago and Jackie and their search for the Thunder Demon Chi, referring to the Clash of the Titans movie of Greek mythology. Drago's team makes a submarine out of their van - scientific impossibility aside, this is an entertaining episode and definitely one of the best in the season.
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This episode features not one but two Demon Chi, that of the Earth and Moon Demons. Jackie and Drago claim these powers, and Jackie makes for a fairly amusing Earth Demon. Drago looked good with the Moon Demon Chi, I will admit.

I just have a nitpick, since a flower is a living object, then the flower and lotus held the Demon Chi could not have been the original plants that were used to banish the Sorcerers.
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