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Series Overview[edit | edit source]

Color Season Episodes Season Premiere Season Finale
1 13 August 10, 2001 December 3, 2001
2 13 March 1, 2002 October 11, 2002
3 13 October 18, 2002 August 26, 2003
4 13 June 14, 2003 September 25, 2004
5 10 March 11, 2017 May 20, 2017

Season 1 (2001)[edit | edit source]

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Toonami Airdate

I "The Beginning" Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 10, 2001 September 29, 2003[1]
Aku devastates a young boy's land forcing him to travel around the world to train as a samurai. When he returns as an adult and attempts to defeat Aku, Aku sends him to the future.
II "The Samurai Called Jack" Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 10, 2001 September 30, 2003[1]
After Aku flings him into the future, the samurai is called Jack by the locals and he meets a group of archeologist dogs who've been forced by Aku to dig for jewels that would increase the wizard's powers.
III "The First Fight" Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 10, 2001 October 1, 2003[1]
With the help of the archeologist dogs, Jack battles Aku's army of beetle drones.
IV "Jack, the Woolies, and the
Chritchellites"
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Chris Mitchell
August 13, 2001 October 2, 2003[1]
Jack helps free the Woolies from the tyrannical Chritchellites. In return, the leader of the Woolies bestows his wisdom upon Jack.
V "Jack in Space" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Charlie Bean
Carey Yost
August 27, 2001 October 6, 2003[2]
Jack and a group of space-bound scientists join forces to try to escape the wrath of Aku.
VI "Jack and the Warrior Woman" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Mike Manley
Genndy Tartakovsky
November 19, 2001 October 7, 2003[2]
A mysterious female warrior joins Jack in his quest, but is she really an ally.
VII "Jack and the Three Blind
Archers"
Genndy Tartakovsky Mark Andrews
Bryan Andrews
August 20, 2001 October 8, 2003[2]
Jack must get past three mysterious and terrifyingly skilled archers to reach an all-powerful wishing well.
VIII "Jack vs. Mad Jack" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Mitchell
Carey Yost
October 15, 2001 October 9, 2003[2]
Aku is disappointed because the sizable reward he has offered for Jack's life has not attracted any bounty hunters with enough skill to take him down, so he creates an evil spirit-clone of Jack, since no foe can be more difficult than one's self.
IX "Jack Under the Sea" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Charlie Bean
September 3, 2001 October 13, 2003[3]
Jack has an underwater adventure while hunting for an ancient time portal. The denizens of the deep seem welcoming, but may prove to be untrustworthy.
X "Jack and the Lava Monster" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Mike Manley October 12, 2001 October 14, 2003[3]
Jack survives a cave full of challenges only to find an ancient warrior, cursed by Aku, longing to reach Valhalla.
XI "Jack and the Scotsman" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Mark Andrews
Bryan Andrews
October 29, 2001 October 15, 2003[3]
When Jack and a Scotsman meet on a never-ending bridge, they end up shackled together and on the run from bounty hunters.
XII "Jack and the Gangsters" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi November 26, 2001 October 16, 2003[3]
Jack teams up with some Chicago gangsters to try to get close to Aku.
XIII "Aku's Fairy Tales" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Mitchell
Carey Yost
December 3, 2001 June 21, 2008[4]
Word of Jack's journeys has circled the globe, making him a hero in the eyes of children. This infuriates Aku, so he tells fairy tales to the children, all with a decidedly skewed point of view, in hopes the children won't get any ideas to rebel against their overlord.

Season 2 (2002)[edit | edit source]

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XIV "Jack Learns to Jump Good" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
March 1, 2002 June 28, 2008[5]
Jack helps a peaceful tribe defend themselves against attacks in return for lessons on how to "jump good".
XV "Jack Tales" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Erik Wiese
Chris Mitchell
March 8, 2002 July 5, 2008[6]
Three short stories about some of Jack's confrontations. He confronts a two-headed riddling worm, a family that feeds on metal, and tries to rescue a fairy from a gargoyle.
XVI "Jack and the Smackback" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi March 15, 2002 May 17, 2014
Jack must defend himself in the "Dome of Doom".
XVII "Jack and the Scotsman II" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Mark Andrews March 22, 2002 July 26, 2008[7]
The Scotsman needs Jack's help in rescuing his kidnapped wife from the castle of Boon.
XVIII "Jack and the Ultra-robots" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
March 29, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
After Jack finds several destroyed cities, he tries to stop the eight ultra-bots responsible with the help of the professor who originally created them.
XIX "Jack Remembers the Past" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
April 5, 2002 June 7, 2014
Jack returns to his birthplace and reminisces about his childhood.
XX "Jack and the Monks" Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Mitchell
Erik Wiese
Charlie Bean
April 12, 2002 August 9, 2008[9]
Jack searches for truth by climbing the "Mountain of Fatoom" with three monks.
XXI "Jack and the Farting Dragon" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
September 6, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
A village is overpowered by a stench coming from "The Spire". Jack investigates and finds a dragon with severe indigestion.
XXII "Jack and the Hunters" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Genndy Tartakovsky September 13, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
Aku enlists a band of elite hunters to capture Jack for him.
XXIII "Jack vs. Demongo, the Soul
Collector"
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Mark Andrews September 20, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
Jack battles Demongo—Aku's most powerful minion—and his army of captured warriors.
XXIV "Jack is Naked" Randy Myers
Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
September 27, 2002 September 6, 2008[10]
Jack's clothes are stolen and he must get them back while being chased by an angry mob who think he is indecent.
XXV "Jack and the Spartans" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
October 4, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
As Jack climbs up to the top of a great mountain he meets up with a band of 300 warriors and offers to help them win a war that has raged for five generations.
XXVI "Jack's Sandals" Randy Myers
Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish
Charlie Bean
October 11, 2002 September 20, 2008[11]
Jack goes after a gang of bikers who destroy his sandals, and has trouble picking new footwear.

Season 3 (2002-03)[edit | edit source]

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XXVII "Chicken Jack" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
October 18, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
A vengeful wizard turns Jack into a chicken. He then has to figure out how to return to normal.
XXVIII "Jack and the Rave" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Mitchell
Erik Wiese
November 1, 2002 August 9, 2014
As Jack passes through a town he discovers that all the children of the town are going to a rave party and have been hypnotized by Aku's music, which is being played on the outskirts of town, turning the children to violence and keeping them away from their parents.
XXIX "The Good, the Bad and the
Beautiful"
Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish
Charlie Bean
November 8, 2002 August 16, 2014
While taking a trip on an Old West-style train, Jack is stalked by a bounty hunter, Ezekiel Clench. Jack evades capture but is caught by Clench's ex-wife Josephine. Includes cameo appearance by Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey.
XXX "Jack and the Zombies" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
October 25, 2002 December 28, 2002[8]
Jack's path lands him in a graveyard. Mobbed by undead warriors, Jack must fight against his own sword – in Aku's hand.
XXXI "Jack in Egypt" Chris Savino
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
November 22, 2002 September 6, 2014
Aku unleashes the minions of Set. Only a distant memory can save Jack when he encounters the minions in an eerily familiar surrounding.
XXXII "Jack and the Traveling Creatures" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Genndy Tartakovsky
Erik Wiese
April 26, 2003 September 13, 2014
Jack's path leads to a mysterious lake. Several creatures guide him to a passage through time. However, once Jack reaches the passage, he discovers an unbeatable warrior guards it.
XXXIII "Jack and the Creature" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
May 3, 2003 September 20, 2014
While continuing on his mission, Jack is followed by an overly friendly creature who accidentally thwarts his every move.
XXXIV "Jack and the Swamp Monster" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish
Charlie Bean
May 10, 2003 October 4, 2014
Jack meets a hermit who guides him to three gems of the Titans.
XXXV "Jack and the Haunted House" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
May 17, 2003 October 11, 2014
Jack encounters a haunted house in his travels and must free the family trapped inside.
XXXVI "Jack, the Monks and the Ancient
Master's Son"
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
May 31, 2003 October 18, 2014
Jack meets a hidden temple of Shaolin Monks, who agree to help guide him to a time portal.
XXXVII "The Birth of Evil, Part 1" Robert Alvarez
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Don Shank
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 16, 2003 October 25, 2014
In this tale of Aku's arrival, Jack's father the Emperor must defeat the evil wizard upon his arrival on Earth.
XXXVIII "The Birth of Evil, Part 2" Robert Alvarez
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Don Shank
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 16, 2003 November 1, 2014
Armed with a mystic sword given to him by the Gods, the Emperor sets forth to defeat Aku.
XXXIX "Jack and the Labyrinth" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Don Shank August 26, 2003 November 8, 2014
Jack finds a booby-trapped labyrinth, in the center of which is a diamond which could send him back to his own time, but a mysterious stranger who has also entered the maze could put Jacks plans in jeopardy. Jack faces off against a thief while they compete to steal the same magical jewel.

Season 4 (2003-04)[edit | edit source]

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XL "Samurai vs. Ninja" Robert Alvarez
Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
June 14, 2003 November 15, 2014
Aku sends a ninja after Jack in hopes the samurai's swordsmanship will be outdone by the ninja's unmatched skills of stealth.
XLI "Robo-Samurai vs. Mondo Bot" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Jim Smith
Erik Wiese
June 21, 2003 November 22, 2014
Jack uses a stone giant to defeat Mondo-Bot to defend a city of robots.
XLII "Samurai vs. Samurai" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
June 28, 2003 November 29, 2014
Jack meets an annoying would-be samurai and teaches him a lesson.
XLIII "The Aku Infection" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish
Charlie Bean
November 5, 2003 December 6, 2014
When Aku catches a cold and spreads it to Jack, Jack is accidentally infected with Aku's evil. Jack desperately seeks out a cure before Aku's essence transforms him into the monstrosity himself.
XLIV "The Princess and the Bounty
Hunters"
Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
November 12, 2003 December 13, 2014
A group of bounty hunters team up to capture Jack.
XLV "The Scotsman Saves Jack, Part 1" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
August 23, 2003 December 20, 2014
The Scotsman suddenly discovers Jack aboard a ship with his memory completely blanked out. 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.
XLVI "The Scotsman Saves Jack, Part 2" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Brian Larsen
August 23, 2003 December 27, 2014
The source of Jack's amnesia is discovered in three beautiful sirens, whose bewitching song can hypnotize the strongest warrior.
XLVII "Jack and the Flying Prince and
Princess"
Chris Savino
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish November 19, 2003 January 3, 2015
Jack helps save fairy-like aliens from Aku who have fled from their homeworld.
XLVIII "Jack vs. Aku" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Chris Reccardi
Aaron Springer
November 24, 2003 January 10, 2015
Aku challenges Jack to a final fight, in which he won't use his powers if Jack refrains from using his sword. Jack soon finds out that even though he may keep his word, Aku is not as trustworthy.
XLIX "Seasons of Death" Randy Myers
Genndy Tartakovsky
Bryan Andrews
Mark Andrews
September 25, 2004[12]
Jack faces four different menaces in different seasons of the year.
L "Tale of X-49" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
September 25, 2004[12]
A story of a robot with emotions, being blackmailed by Aku to hunt down Jack. The only episode of the entire series to feature exactly one speaking part.
LI "Young Jack in Africa" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Jim Smith
Erik Wiese
Genndy Tartakovsky
September 25, 2004[12]
A tale of Jack training in Africa as a child.
LII "Jack and the Baby" Robert Alvarez
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Rudish
Genndy Tartakovsky
September 25, 2004[12]
Jack rescues a baby and then tries to find the child's mother while caring for it and protecting it from hungry ogres. Last episode to be produced before it's original cancellation.

Season 5 (2017)[edit | edit source]

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LIII "XCII" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
March 11, 2017
Fifty years have passed since Jack arrived in the future; his sword is missing, he has given up hope of returning to his time, and he is tormented by hallucinations of his parents, his kingdom, and a mysterious figure on horseback. Jack rescues a mother and daughter from several bug robots and defeats Scaramouch, a musical robot and Aku's top assassin, who has destroyed a village to get Jack's attention. Meanwhile, seven young girls are raised and trained from birth to become the Daughters of Aku, a team of elite assassins with the sole purpose of killing Jack.
LIV "XCIII" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
March 18, 2017
Aku has grown tired of pursuing Jack and is starting to give up hope of ever defeating him, especially since he has stopped aging. The Daughters of Aku overwhelm and disarm Jack; while hiding from them, he hallucinates an argument with his younger self about the point of living and fighting. He flees to a nearby temple ruin, pursued by the Daughters. One of them stabs him in the side as he kills her, and he discovers the Daughters are human, not robots as he assumed. Jack uses Scaramouch's tuning fork-like dagger to make the temple walls explode, and escapes into a river flowing past it.
LV "XCIV" Genndy Tartakovsky David Krentz
Genndy Tartakovsky
March 25, 2017
Jack floats downriver and takes shelter in a cave, while the six surviving Daughters of Aku track him. He hallucinates an argument with himself over whether he can bring himself to kill all the Daughters if necessary. A wounded wolf joins Jack in the cave, and they both recuperate from their injuries. Jack recalls an incident from his childhood when his family was accosted by assassins, where his father gave the assassins a choice: leave, or "face your destiny". They attacked, and were killed by Jack's father. As the Daughters of Aku close in on Jack, he gives them the same choice, echoing his father's words. When they stay, he quickly kills three and lures the others onto a branch hanging over an abyss. One by one Jack drops them into the abyss, but before he can return to solid ground, the branch breaks and he too falls into the abyss.
LVI "XCV" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky April 8, 2017
Jack awakens from his fall into the abyss and finds the bloodied body of Ashi, one of the Daughters of Aku. She attacks him, but he quickly subdues her and binds her with the chain from her own chain-sickle. They are both suddenly swallowed by an enormous creature. As they fall, Ashi again attacks Jack, but he saves her from the deadly fall into the creature. Jack hallucinates an argument with himself over saving Ashi or leaving her to die. He protects her and carries her with him as he makes his way out, despite her barrage of insults and ongoing attempts to kill him. They eventually make it out of the creature and into a body of water, where Jack saves Ashi from drowning and carries her to a small island. She prepares to attack him again, but relents and drops her sickle upon seeing Jack gently release a ladybug that landed on his hand, in contrast to Ashi's mother who had crushed a ladybug for not being "a part of Aku's order".
LVII "XCVI" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
April 15, 2017
The Scotsman, now elderly and wheelchair-bound, leads an attack on Aku's tower. Aku easily obliterates two of the three assembled armies. The Scotsman stalls Aku to allow his army, consisting of his daughters, to retreat. He is killed, but returns to life as a specter, and instructs his daughters to regroup, find Jack and destroy Aku. Elsewhere, Ashi has a troubling vision of the High Priestess, who is disgusted and disappointed at Ashi's insubordination. Ashi asks Jack to prove his claims of Aku's evil nature. They journey to several places destroyed by Aku, and eventually come upon a razed village whose children are forced to attack them through a mind-control device. As Ashi destroys the mind-control device, Jack is horrified to see the children collapse, believing them to be dead. The mysterious figure on horseback appears, and Jack willingly follows the figure into the fog. Ashi arrives as the children start coming to, and finds that Jack is gone.
LVIII "XCVII" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky April 22, 2017
As Ashi searches for Jack, she comes across many grateful people that Jack had helped in the past. Ashi finds Jack in a graveyard surrounded by the spirits of great warriors. The horseman that has been haunting Jack, the Omen, announces that Jack must face the consequences of his failure or be dishonored. Jack prepares to commit seppuku, while the Omen attacks Ashi to keep her from interfering. She pleads to Jack not to lose hope and tells him of all the lives he saved, including her own and even the children from the previous episode. Jack confronts and defeats the specter, then tells Ashi it's time to find his sword. Meanwhile, Scaramouche, who was reduced to a talking head after his defeat by Jack, sets out to inform Aku that Jack lost his sword.
LIX "XCVIII" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
April 29, 2017
Jack recounts to Ashi the circumstances surrounding the loss of his sword. He fought Aku atop a mountain at the last time portal in existence when Aku destroyed the portal. Angrily, Jack fought and killed three innocent goats transformed into monsters by Aku. Traumatized after killing living creatures, Jack dropped his mystical sword which fell into a deep pit. In the present, Jack and Ashi return to the mountain, but they cannot find the sword. Jack realizes that the sword abandoned him because of his consuming anger. As Jack meditates to determine its whereabouts, Ashi keeps watch over him. She slaughters an army of soldiers trying to kill him, and foils a sneak attack by the High Priestess, killing her with an arrow. Jack's meditations take him on an astral journey to an old monk, who tells him after a tea ceremony that he has lost his sense of spiritual balance. Relinquishing his anger, Jack regains that balance and is transported to a heavenly realm where the gods Ra, Rama and Odin give him back his sword and samurai robes; restoring his appearance from the previous seasons in the process. After Jack returns to the material world, he and Ashi set out to confront Aku.
LX "XCIX" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky May 6, 2017
A spaceship is knocked off course by an asteroid and crashes on Earth. Elsewhere, Jack and Ashi travel together and board a giant beast that carries passengers across the desert. The other passengers attack them, so the two escape and continue traveling on foot. They get caught in a sandstorm and find shelter in the crashed spaceship. They encounter thousands of leech-like creatures that band together as a creature named Lazarus and attack them. They escape, and come upon a weapon designed specifically to counter the creature, however they do not know how to operate it. Jack and Ashi fight the creatures and try to activate the weapon, without success; as they are almost completely engulfed by the creatures Jack manages to activate the device and it electrocutes the creatures. After Jack and Ashi recuperate, there is a smash cut of the two passionately kissing as Dean Martin's "Everybody Loves Somebody" starts playing. The song continues to play over the end credits.
LXI "C" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
May 13, 2017
Ashi bonds with Jack as he tells her of his life before Aku. During the night, Jack ventures off alone, and by day happens upon the location where he unsuccessfully fought the Guardian of a time portal Jack was prophesied to use. He finds the portal destroyed, as well as the Guardian's broken red glasses. Ashi catches up to Jack, who explains he left her behind out of fear of losing her to Aku as he did many others of his loved ones. Ashi reassures Jack that together, they will defeat Aku. At that moment Aku appears with Scaramouche, who has finally informed Aku about Jack losing his sword. Upon seeing Jack does have his sword, Aku swiftly destroys Scaramouche. As Aku starts to leave, he senses his own self inside of Ashi. Aku recalls visiting the Daughters of Aku and leaving part of him in a goblet for them, and assumes the High Priestess must have drank it and given birth to her seven children, making Ashi "a true daughter of Aku". Aku possesses and transforms Ashi, and forces her to fight Jack. Jack tells her to resist, but she is unable to do so. When Jack wounds Ashi, she briefly comes back to her senses and desperately begs Jack to kill her. Unwilling to do so, Jack drops to his knees and lays down his sword, which Aku then holds up triumphantly.
LXII "CI" Genndy Tartakovsky Bryan Andrews
Genndy Tartakovsky
May 20, 2017
Aku imprisons Jack in his fortress and begins to broadcast the samurai's capture to the entire world. After the villain ponders on how exactly he is going to destroy Jack, many of the closest allies and good friends Jack has made over the years come to battle Aku and rescue Jack. Jack faces off against the possessed Ashi and manages to free her of Aku's possession by telling her that he loves her. Ashi then discovers that she possesses Aku's powers, and uses them to send herself and Jack back to the past to the moment right after Aku had sent him into the future. Jack finally destroys Aku for good, freeing his family and the rest of the world. Jack and Ashi prepare to get married, but at the ceremony Ashi suddenly collapses and fades out of existence, telling Jack that "without Aku, I would have never existed." The episode ends with Jack watching a ladybug fly free in a sunlit grove with trees in bloom.

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