Samurai Jack: Season 2 (2002)


Season 2
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Episodes

Air date: Mar 1, 2002

Jack meets a monkey-man and agrees to trade training.

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Air date: Mar 8, 2002

Three fables: "Jack vs. the Worm"; "The Metal Eaters"; "Jack, the Gargoyle and the Fairy."

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Air date: Mar 15, 2002

Jack is kidnapped and placed in a chain gang of warriors.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2002

Jack and the Scotsman reunite to save the Scotsman's kidnapped wife.

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Air date: Mar 29, 2002

Jack searches destroyed villages for the robots responsible for the damage.

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Air date: Apr 5, 2002

Jack comes upon the ruins of his former village.

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Air date: Apr 12, 2002

Jack treks up a mountain to save his life.

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Air date: Sep 6, 2002

When Jack smells an awful stench in the air he follows his nose to find a flatulent dragon stinking out an entire village; Jack goes to slay the dragon.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2002

Aku hires the best hunters in the galaxy to track down Jack.

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Air date: Sep 20, 2002

Aku sends out Demongo, the sole collector, to destroy Jack; Jack must fight all the mighty warrior souls that Demongo has collected.

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  • Jan 29, 2021
    A better sophomore season for Samurai Jack that features stronger writing, and predictably advanced animation. As with the first year, the storylines tend to be juvenile, but the show is more appealing to adult audiences through its varied backgrounds. Lifting inspiration from numerous different cultures, it's always a delight to see what kind of environment Samurai Jack will find himself in each week. Highlights this year include an underground society that allows for a most whimsical game of cat-and-mouse, and a battle with Spartan warriors that is essentially an adaptation of Frank Miller's 300 (yes, it did come before the live-action film, and is arguably truer to the source material). The scripts are better this year too, and the writers often mine great humor when they concentrate on Jack's alienation in the world/time he's in, perhaps most gainfully so in the finale which showcases Jack's hilarious attempts to adapt to new footwear. Samurai Jack's status as a kid show does negate some of its intended drama, as the show often awkwardly tip-toes around the subject of death (i.e. Jack coming upon a decimated village of "robots"), but at its best the show sublimely balances the cartoony antics of American animated series, with the more pronounced style of anime.

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