|Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 084|
Mō Hitori no Jakku
The Other Jack
Will The Real Jack Atlas Please Stand Up, Part 2
|Japanese air date||
November 11, 2009
|English air date||
November 27, 2010
|Episode listing||Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's episode listing (season 2)|
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"Will The Real Jack Atlas Please Stand Up, Part 2", known as "The Other Jack" in the Japanese version, is the eighty-fourth episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. It first aired in Japan on November 11, 2009.
Yusei watches the news with his friends, seeing reports that Jack has gone missing. Akiza points out that Yusei and Crow had met Jack on the bridge the previous night, but Yusei responds that he was not sure if that was the same Jack. Carly gets into an argument with her boss, and she determines that she doesn't care about protecting her job anymore, instead leaving to find the proof of the fact that Jack is being framed. Her research shows that there have been sightings of two Wheel of Fortunes, and also that there is a fake Jack Atlas running around. She reports this to Yusei and Crow, and they go to the scene of the crime to look for the real Jack.
Crow finds Jack's card stuck on a rock-face on the edge of the beach and, thinking Jack has sunk into the sea, wails in lament. (In reality, he is right below them, stuck in some netting the Three Pure Nobles strung up.) However, Yusei gets a call from Carly and finds out that Jack has sprung up again on the highway. Yusei, Crow, and Kaz give chase, and the fake Jack tries to get them out of the way by rough play like blowing smoke in Yusei's face and ramming Kaz's Duel Runner. But Jack has been forced by his captors to watch visions of his friends being hurt by his double, and he breaks free, catching up on his own D-Wheel. He challenges the impostor to a rematch, and the others (including Carly, driving her car and snapping scoop-story photos) follow behind to witness Jack´s Turbo Duel against the impostor.
When Jack asks why the impostor is impersonating him, the fake simply answers that Jack's current state is not the true strength of the King. But Jack declares that becoming too focused on strength makes you lose your sight, and to prove it, he finally uses "Trust Guardian" to summon his ace monster, "Red Dragon Archfiend". The combination allows him to outlast the impostor's copy of Red Dragon Archfiend by giving up some of his own attack strength and life points. The impostor gathers all his cards to not only revive his previous monster but also summon two more copies of it, and with some determined playing, Jack endures the turn, though his dragon has been reduced to 1000 ATK. The other Jack taunts this, but Jack knows that the pain is nothing compared to the bonds he has regained. His friends never stopped defending him, and so he stands for them, represented by the dragon of his heart and the Tuner of his team. Preparing to draw, all of the birthmarks go to him, and he summons Majestic Dragon, tuning his monsters into Majestic Red Dragon and wiping out all of his opponent's life points at once. The impact tears away the opponent's shell, and Yusei is shocked to see it was a humanoid robot all along.
After the Duel, the opponent, Duel Runner, and copied cards shred away to nothing, but the disappointment of the Three Pure Nobles is swept aside when they see that the Grand Design has just gained a noticeable piece. Back on the highway, the surprise at the Duel's outcome fades into everyone happily welcoming Jack back, though Crow stammers to insist that he was not so emotional as the others say he was.
- Both players get 1 SPC.
- Jack attacks "Archfiend Interceptor" with "Red Dragon Archfiend", Enemy activates "Archfiend Interceptor's" effect inflicting 500 points of damage to Jack (Jack: 3500 Life Points). Jack continues to attack and destroys "Archfiend Interceptor" (Enemy: 2400 Life Points).
- Jack places 1 card face-down in his Spell & Trap Card Zone and ends his turn.
- Both players get 2 SPC.
- Enemy attacks Jack's "Red Dragon Archfiend" with his own (Jack: 3200 Life Points). Jack activates the effect of "Trust Guardian", reducing the ATK of his "Red Dragon Archfiend" by 400 (ATK: 2600), but preventing it from being destroyed.
- Enemy places 1 card face-down in his Spell & Trap Card Zone and ends his turn.
-Both players get 3 SPC.
- Jack attacks Enemy's "Red Dragon Archfiend" with his own, Jack then activates "Assault Spirits" allowing him to discard "Twin-Shield Defender" from his hand to increase the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" by the ATK of the "Twin-Shield Defender" (ATK: 3300).
- Note that Enemy calls this turn "The King's Ultimate Divine Play".
- Both players get 4 SPC.
- Enemy Normal Summons "Big Piece Golem" (ATK: 2100) with its own effect. He then activates "Speed Spell - Angel Baton", drawing 2 cards and discarding "Small Piece Golem". He then activates "Powerful Rebirth" Special Summoning "Small Piece Golem" from his Graveyard while increasing its ATK by 100 and its level by 1. (ATK: 1200) (Level:4).
- Enemy activates the effect of "Small Piece Golem" to Special Summon "Medium Piece Golem" from his Deck (ATK: 1600). He then sends Jack's "Assault Spirits" to the Graveyard to Special Summon "Trap Eater" (ATK: 1900).
- Enemy uses his "Trap Eater" and "Small Piece Golem" to Synchro Summon "Red Dragon Archfiend" (ATK: 3000). Enemy then uses the effect of "Synchro Magnet", allowing him to Special Summon it from his hand when a Synchro Summon is performed (ATK: 1000).
- Enemy uses "Big Piece Golem" and "Synchro Magnet" to Synchro Summon another "Red Dragon Archfiend" (ATK: 3000). He then uses "Reincarnation Ring" to Tribute his "Medium Piece Golem" and Special Summon the "Red Dragon Archfiend" from his Graveyard (ATK: 3000).
- Enemy then attacks Jack's "Red Dragon Archfiend" with 2 of his own copies (Jack: 1200 Life Points), and due to the effect of "Trust Guardian", Jack's "Red Dragon Archfiend" loses 800 ATK, 400 ATK from each attack, instead of being destroyed (ATK: 1400). When Enemy's last "Red Dragon Archfiend" attacks, Jack activates "Ray of Hope" allowing him to halve the battle damage he would receive (Jack: 400 Life Points) (Red Dragon Archfiend: 1000 ATK), he then uses the other effect of "Ray of Hope", allowing him to Special Summon one level 1 monster from his hand. Jack summons "Dark Bug" (ATK: 100).
- Enemy ends his turn.
- Both players get 5 SPC.
- Jack draws and Summons "Majestic Dragon" (ATK: 0), he then uses it along with "Red Dragon Archfiend" and "Dark Bug" to Synchro Summon "Majestic Red Dragon" (ATK: 4000). Jack then uses the effect of "Majestic Red Dragon", negating the effect of one of Enemy's "Red Dragon Archfiends" and gaining ATK equal to the ATK of "Red Dragon Archfiend" (ATK: 7000).
- Jack wins.
Tenth anniversary tribute
The first 15 seconds of this episode features Jaden and his most famous cards (Elemental Hero Neos, Elemental Hero Bubbleman, Elemental Hero Wildheart, Winged Kuriboh, Elemental Hero Burstinatrix, Elemental Hero Avian, Elemental Hero Flame Wingman, Elemental Hero Clayman, Elemental Hero Sparkman, Elemental Hero Thunder Giant, and Card Ejector).
- When the Imposter Jack Atlas summoned three Red Dragon Archfiends to the field, it could be considered a tribute to the first series when Kaiba summoned his three Blue-Eyes White Dragon against Yugi. Also, when the real Jack Atlas used his Majestic Red Dragon to attack the Enemy's three Red Dragon Archfiends, it could also be a tribute to Yu-Gi-Oh! Season 1, Episode 1 when Yugi used the effect of Exodia to destroy all of Kaiba's monsters and wipe out his entire Life Points. Also, Jack and Yugi both had 400 Life Points remaining during their last turn.
- Since the deck used by the Imposter was created by the Three Emperors, it is possible it explains why the three Red Dragon Archfeinds had their respective colors.
- The name of this episode in the English dub is a reference to the Eminem single, Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up?
Differences in adaptations
- In the English version, when the Imposter Jack Atlas is defeated, only his helmet and Duel Runner are showing exploding.
Mistakes in the dub
- In the English version, the closed-captions during this episode refer to "Duel Runners" by their name in the Japanese version, "D-Wheels".
- In the dub when the Fake Jack Atlas is defeated, his Life Points are shown at 1675 before they hit 0, however the imposter had 2400 Life Points remaining at the timing. This was probably due to where the original showed the imposter's remaining Life Points being depleted as it showed it when the Imposter was revealed to be a robot whereas in the dub, it was placed right when his helmet is destroyed, therefore probably giving little time to show the Imposter's remaining Life Points being depleted.