In episode 58, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Espa Roba. He summons this card in Attack Position. This card then attacks directly. In the next episode, "Jinzo" (which had 2900 ATK due being equipped with "Amplifier") attacks and destroys this card.
In the first above-mentioned episode, this card appeared on the screen of the laptop Tristan was using when he was trying to let Serenity Wheeler know how the Duel between Joey and Espa was going.
In episode 66, this card appears in Kaiba's briefcase before he closes it.
In episode 68, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Mako Tsunami. He summons this card in Attack Position. Mako's "Amphibian Beast" then attacks this card, but Joey activates "Fairy Box" to hide this card within a Whack-A-Mole box. Mako then activates "Umi" to raise the water level around the Field. As a result, this card couldn't hide in the box with the water level so high. When this card came out for air, the attack of "Amphibian Beast" continues, but Joey activates "Skull Dice" to roll a die and divide the ATK of "Amphibian Beast" by the result. Joey gets a four, so the ATK of "Amphibian Beast" is divided by four. This card then destroys "Amphibian Beast". In the next episode, Joey activates "Polymerization" to fuse this card with "Baby Dragon" in order to Fusion Summon "Alligator's Sword Dragon".
In episode 74, this card appears within a series of flashbacks that show all of Joey's Duels in Battle City.
This card also appeared within some of the small clips that were shown going through a black background before a montage of Joey's Battle City Duels.
In episode 86, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Odion. He summons this card in Attack Position. Later "Rocket Warrior" attacks directly, but Odion activates "Eye of Ujat" to change the attack target to this card. Joey then activates "Fairy Box" to hide this card in a Whack-A-Mole box. The attack misses, so Joey's monster is safe. In the next episode, Joey switches this card to Defense Position. Odion then uses two "Embodiments of Apophis" to attack and destroy this card and "Rocket Warrior". The third "Embodiment of Apophis" then attacks directly. Later, Joey activates "Monster Reborn" to revive this card. He then Tributes this card and "Swordsman of Landstar" in order to Tribute Summon "Insect Queen".
In episode 99, this card appears when Yami Yugi was building his Virtual World Deck for his Duel against Gansley.
In episode 104, this card can be seen when Joey was building his Virtual World Deck for his Duel against Johnson.
This card also appears in a flashback explained by Leichter when he reminds Seto that his birthday gift from Gozaburo Kaiba was where all the mistakes made by Seto himself began.
In episode 109, this card appears in a flashback Leichter has when he explains to Seto that his treachery began when Gozaburo gave him a large amount of dollars to test Seto's business skills.
In episode 110, this card is one of the five monsters Joey summoned to keep Gansley, Crump, Johnson, and Leichter busy while he, Serenity, Duke, and Tristan try to escape. This card is destroyed by Gansley (who was in the form of "Deepsea Warrior").
In episode 111, Joey uses this card during his Tag Duel with Yami Yugi against the Big Five (who were using Tristan Taylor's body). He Normal Summons this monster in Defense Position. After Joey summons "Cyber Harpie Lady", he switches this card to Attack Position. Later "The Legendary Fisherman" attacks Yami Yugi's "Mystical Elf", but Joey activates "Kunai with Chain" to switch "The Legendary Fisherman" to Defense Position, equip "Kunai with Chain" to this card, and increase this card's ATK by 500. On Joey's next turn, he nearly made this card attack Crump's "Catapult Turtle", but Joey quickly remembered that the DEF of "Catapult Turtle" was the same as this card's ATK, so the attack will end in a stalemate. This card then attacks and destroys Crump's set "Magician of Faith". This activates the latter's Flip Effect, allowing Crump to add "A Legendary Ocean" back to his hand. In the next episode, Johnson activates the Deck Master Ability of "Judge Man" to destroy this card, "Mystical Elf", "Kuriboh", and Joey's "Cyber Harpie Lady". Yugi and Joey then took 1000 damage since two of their monsters were destroyed by "Judge Man's Deck Master Ability.
In episode 126, this card appears in a flashback Yami Marik has when he was trying to figure out which monster went to Joey's Graveyard first. He initially assumed it was this card, but he then remembered that it couldn't have been as he used "Tribute Burial" to banish it and "Gil Garth" from the Graveyard in order for him to Normal Summon "Helpoemer" with no Tributes.
In episode 129, this card is seen in a flashback Yugi has when he remembers the last time he used "Exchange" and how the latter card helped him save Joey from Marik's mind control.
In episode 135, this card is seen in a series of flashbacks Yugi has when he remembers the previous Duels that Joey went through in Battle City.
In episode 141, this card appears in a series of flashbacks that Marik has when he remembers all the bad things he did to Yami Yugi. He then wonders why Yami Yugi is so forgiving to him despite all of the things he did previously.
Waking the Dragons
In episode 152, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Mai Valentine. He summons this card in Defense Position. Mai then uses one of her "Harpie Ladies" to attack and destroy this card.
In episode 169, Joey uses this card during his Duel against Valon. He summons this card on the first turn of the Duel. Later Valon's "Big Bang Blow" attacks this card. Valon then activates the effect of "Active Guard" to nullify all damage he takes this turn. This card then destroys "Big Bang Blow", but this activates the effect of "Big Bang Blow", destroying all monsters and inflicting damage to both players equal to the total ATK of each monster they controlled. As Valon used the effect of "Active Guard", only Joey took damage.
In episode 188, this card is shown in Joey's hand during his Duel against Solomon Muto while the latter was disguised as Apdnarg Otum.
In episode 75, this card appears in a flashback Tyranno Hassleberry when he sees the dock and states to his friends it's the same place where Yugi was forced to Duel Joey because of Marik possessing Joey.