|Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series - Episode 049|
The Incredible Hobson
|English air date||
September 16, 2010
|Episode listing||Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series episode listing - season 3|
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The Dead Or Alive series could use one of those. In other words, Tea is given a convenient dream sequence and is then awoken by a penguin and takes her to Penguinopolis, run by Crump, second member of Team FourKids and duels Tea, and if he wins, he'll live as he always wanted to; as a woman. Elsewhere, Yami and Yugi face off to a door, Duke and Tristan save Serenity from the killer of Littlefoot's mom, and Kaiba is shown more of his past.
Takahata101 as Crump
Antfish as Gozaburo & Morgan Freeman
ShadyVox as Hobson
- The music in the opening scene is Corneria from Star Fox.
- Yugi compares his surroundings to the cult film Tron.
- "Come with me if you want to live" is a famous line from the film The Terminator.
- The background music that plays when Serenity is being chased by the "Mad Sword Beast" is from the stampede scene in The Lion King.
- "This is for killing Littlefoot's mom!" refers to the events of the hit animated film The Land Before Time.
- After Tristan emerges from the River, the music and stylization of his name mimics Hugo Stiglitz's music from Inglourious Basterds.
- The background music that plays while Morgan Freeman narrates the penguins' life is "God Particle" from the movie soundtrack Angels & Demons.
- Krump claims Tea's bra size is F. This is a possible reference to the English Yu-Gi-Oh! dub in which 4Kids attempts (unsuccessfully) to make her abnormally large bust smaller in the animation.
- Tea makes a play on the popular expression "It is on like Donkey Kong".
- The door with four stars has the Team Fourstar logo over it.
- Yami dismisses the door puzzle as "a rejected puzzle from a Professor Layton game".
- The song that plays when Téa summons "Dark Magician Girl" is Kesha's "Tik Tok".
- The music playing during the end credits is "Walk the Dinosaur" by Was (Not Was).
- The stinger audio is from The Room.