TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Out of the mist comes a burly Scottish warrior, calmly walking the opposite direction as Jack while playing his bagpipes. Fortunately the pig sheriff fires a massive cannon shell at the two, and they use this to break their shackles and free themselves.

In this episode, Jack must help The Scotsman save his wife from demonic robots. Upon stumbling onto the ruins of his family's estate, Jack recalls some of his childhood memories.

Jack insists that he'll pay, but the Scotsman won't back down, the two getting into another argument as the episode closes. Jack investigates and finds a dragon with severe indigestion. Though the two warriors fight bravely, they are vastly outnumbered, and on the verge of defeat. The Scotsman takes this as Jack being smug and superior and calls him rude, which shocks Jack. The two battle on through the night and into the next day, until both are so exhausted they can barely lift their swords let alone stand. Angered by the failure of his bounty hunters and mercenaries to defeat Jack, Aku uses the samurai's inner darkness to create a mirror image whose sole purpose is to destroy him. Airdate This is one of the few episodes where Jack is bested in combat, as even with the help of the Scotsman, he's about to give up fighting against the Celtic Demons, likely from pure exhaustion. Jack defeats them, but then discovers Aku's true plan: kill Jack with his own sword. Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky.The series aired on Cartoon Network from August 10, 2001, to September 25, 2004, for four seasons that span 52 episodes. A talented warrior named Ikra joins Jack as he seeks a magical jewel that could send him back to his own time. Samurai Jack Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community.

The Guardian defeats Jack but spares him, prophesying that Jack is not yet ready. However, Ikra's true motives threaten to derail his quest. Jack desperately seeks out a cure before Aku's essence transforms him into the monstrosity himself. The Scotsman takes this as Jack being smug and superior and calls him rude, which shocks Jack. While continuing on his mission, Jack is followed by an overly friendly creature who accidentally thwarts his every move. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from With the bounty hunters defeated, the two laugh and apologize for their earlier behavior, the Scotsman offering to take Jack to a pub for a drink. Jack's attempt to settle the matter fall flat, and the Scotsman challenges Jack to a duel to settle the matter. Every episode except the ones in the fifth season also has an alternate, more descriptive title. X-49, a retired robot hitman, is blackmailed by Aku into coming out of retirement to hunt down Jack. Aku leads Jack into a cursed graveyard, where he is attacked by an army of undead warriors. Lost and stuck in a swamp swarming with bounty hunters, the two make for shore and start looking for shelter.

Production company Jack rescues a baby from hungry ogres, but then trying to find the child's mother while caring for it and protecting it may be his greatest challenge. Jack again tries to resolve things peacefully, but the Scotsman begins hurling insults at Jack to provoke him into a fight. Aku sends his servant Demongo, a demon who captures and enslaves the souls of warriors to serve him, to destroy Jack. Refusing to let Jack think he’s an ordinary commoner, the Scotsman sets out to discover what caused the samurai to suffer his amnesia – and stave off bounty hunters after a now defenseless Jack, having forgotten how to wield his sword.