During the course of the series, several characters have died only to be strangely being revived.
First appeared in Episode 7 when Yami Yugi dueled Kaiba's "Ghost" and later revealed itself to Yugi during the duel which Yugi stated he looked like some sort of "gay clown, apparently." The clown explained that he was the evil side of Kaiba that Yugi mind crushed to the Shadow Realm but was brought back by Pegasus. Yugi said that was even more hard to believe than his original claim that he was a ghost. The clown is not even sure what he is himself. The clown was killed by Yugi by using an extremely powerful mind crush. Yugi later feels regret for killing the clown stating that he killed a gay clown just to get to Pegasus. He also called a clown leading Yami into Arkana's tent a gay clown in Episode 30.
The gay clown reappeared at the 3rd anniversary party, only to be killed by Yami, just like in the series, except this time offscreen, telling Marik about it when Marik was looking for him (as part of a drinking game). When questioned about it, Yami says, "It's a gay clown. What do you expect?".
According to LittleKuriboh, the clown is both gay and British.
PaniK is an insane pyro-maniac who also enjoys abducting people and as he joyfully states "Its raping time!" He appears in both Episode 8 and Episode 10. He forces Mai into a duel and easily defeats her because she only had three monsters in her deck and her huge breasts were no match for his giant chin. Yami frequently insults him, telling him to get a voice "that doesn't frighten small children" and that his massive chin makes him the illegitimate offspring of Jay Leno and Tim Curry. During their duel, Yami bends the rules and defeats him. He attempts to kill Yami but is unable to do so since Yami is the main character who then states that since PaniK is not he can "go right ahead and die!", via a Mind Crush. After he kills PaniK, he states that "Bullying is wrong, but destroying people's brains with magical powers is A O.K."
Croquet first appeared in Episode 11. He is Pegasus' aide and seems to dislike Pegasus for various reasons such as being forced to watch the Spice Girls Movie: Spice World many, many times and giving Pegasus sponge baths. He had a previous relationship with one of Pegasus' guards, who calls him to inform him that Mokuba escaped from his prison cell. Croquet tells the guard to stop calling him, but the guard responds with claims that he misses him. Croquet appears helping an unconscious Pegasus out of his castle, ignoring Yugi's claims that Pegasus might be dead, and leaving to sandpaper his throat. It was explained that he was the one indicated by Bakura's gaydar, not Pegasus. He last appears in Shadi's flashbacks in which he tells Pegasus about the deaths of the employees working on the Egyptian God cards, including (or rather, especially) Chad from accounting.
First appeared in Episode 12 with his friends Zygor and Zombie Boy when they were spying on Yugi and the gang. Sid reckons Yugi's hair "is more ridiculous" than his and his friends hair, and is Zygor's best friend. They were revealed to be working with Bandit Keith and were called "my fellow Americans". Although Sid pointed out that they weren't in America, he wasn't understood by Keith because Sid didn't speak American. After the plan to steal Joey's star chips failed, he was right about Joey and his friends being unable to escape the cave from a cardboard cut out of a boulder blocking their way out.
In Marik's Evil Council of Doom, the only thing he said was "Oi I didn't get any lines!" But he was called Red by Marik to save it for the next video. In Marik's Evil Council of Doom 2, he was able to put forth his suggestion why the evil plan from the previous meeting failed. Stating that Yugi never logs into his YouTube account since he always plays the children's card game. He then gets punished by Marik and has his head exploded by the Millenium Rod. Before he died he cried out his last line "I never saw France!"
Zygor first appeared in Episode 12 with his friends Sid and Zombie Boy when they were spying on Yugi and the gang with his binoculars. He reckons that Zombie Boy has the voice of a "zombie angel" and agreed with him that Joey's dance move was cool.
In Marik's Evil Council of Doom, he only made one suggestion for defeating Yugi by stealing his Millennium Puzzle while he was asleep, but despite being the most logical suggestion from the group Marik thought it was the dumbest plan ever. In Marik's Evil Council of Doom 2, it was revealed that Sid was his best friend and called Marik a monster for killing him.
Despite of that, Sid returns in Episode 37 with his friends. In a flashback, they quit Bandit Keith's group, saying they dislike Michael Bay movies. Zygor thought that Zombie Boy could only say 'Brains', only to find that he can speak English. He even forgot instantly that Zombie Boy was dead after he got shot in the head by Bakura.
These two like to rhyme, as they do it all the time (but not always successful). They are only seen in Episode 13, after Bakura found them using his gaydar. There is a possibility they are gay. Their rhyming causes everyone else to rhyme too. They both danced to the Y.M.C.A. music when they first appeared. They have explicitly revealed their sexual preferences, "We invite you to suck on our co-!" and "And we like wearing women's frocks!". They also acknowledged that they are "lame villains" and aren't disappointed when they lost the card game.
Apparently they have to do rehearsals before they can start to rhyme, as shown by the twin brother in green who usually ruins their rhymes: after saying that he wasn't wearing any underpants and saying nose instead of ass. In the 2008 Christmas Special Yugi claims not to want to hear anymore rhymes after his duel with the Paradox brothers, indicating how their lame rhyming made all other rhymes bad to him.
They make a later cameo appearance in DarkSideIncorporated's "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: The Abridged Series" during episode 9, titled "Brothers from the Hood." At first, they are unable to rhyme, saying, "We are the brothers Para and Dox," "And we love playing a children's card game for money and beating kids like you." Later, they begin to rhyme again, only to cause Syrus to become angry and "throw down" with the Paradox Brothers. The duel soon turns into a rap battle more than a card game, with Syrus' team winning, and Crowler admitting the Paradox Brothers to be the worst cameo ever, as well as stating that Jaden can't rap for sh*t.
Cecelia's first appearance was as a portrait within Pegasus' bedroom at the Duelist Kingdom, followed by two flashbacks during Episode 19, while Yugi Mutou and his friends scoped out his room.
It is revealed within his diary that he met Cecelia when they were still children, instantly falling in love with her after concluding she was the second most beautiful person he had ever laid eyes on. (The first being him, of course.) However, during their wedding ceremony years later, she had "suddenly exploded" at the altar.
It would take a trip to Egypt later for Pegasus to reunite with Cecelia after acquiring the Millennium Eye from Shadi (after being proven he was not Jewish). Though he had finally been reunited with her, she had suddenly "exploded again", where as Pegasus commented on how she really "needed to stop doing that".
During the third meeting of the Council of Evil, Pegasus finally resurrects Cecelia (with the help of Rebecca Hawkins' friend, Teddy; whom is possessed by a demon). However, she is resurrected as a zombie, and has the occasional craving for brains.
Johnny Steps makes his first appearance in Episode 25. He has a habit of speaking in the third person, and this habit often confuses himself. (e.g. "And if Johnny Steps wins, Téa has to go out on a date with him! I mean, me!") His hobby is mostly portrayed as playing Dance Dance Revolution, and was the champion of it until he was challenged by Téa Gardner. During the dance-off, he was forced to cheat his way to victory through the use of dirty moves in order to knock her off the stage, but he was inevitably defeated anyway. Later, he attempts to force Téa into having a rematch with him, but is instead challenged by Yami Yugi in a game of Duel Monsters. Despite summoning his aptly named "Guitar Hero" (whom was able to defeat Yugi's "Bamboozled Celtic Guardian" by playing "Hangar 18" on Expert Mode), he is swiftly defeated by him and attempts to flee the scene, only to be stopped by Téa and forced to listen to an hours-long speech about friendship. The resulting speech leaves Johnny nothing more than a brainwashed, friendship-obsessed zombie, with his last line being "Must... Go... Get... Friends..." before exiting. He makes a cameo appearance in the "Third Anniversary Spectacularmathon" as he is picked on by Steve Umbra and Steve Lumis, whom call him a "loser" amongst other things when he attempts to show off his skills on the dance floor.
Johnny's most recent appearance was in Evil Council 5 as a new recruit to Dartz's evil council. He stated that he didn't need an introduction after being introduced by Dartz, but appreciated it anyway. Rafael also commented that he had a terrible taste in music. Later, after Dartz presented the XBox 360 to Bakura, Johnny said that he would unlock the achievements in Dance Central.
The Salesman only makes an appearance in Episode 27. He is a shop owner with a heavy lisp who runs business within the middle of Domino City. He sells Duel Disks to those registered for the Battle City Tournament, but he believes the only reason people even visit his store is to buy pornographic comic books. He is secretly one of Marik's henchman (coincidentally, he also provides him with pornography as well.) He was responsible for selling alcohol in the "Third Anniversary Spectacularmathon", and denies the Bumble Bee Kid alcohol due to being underage.
One of the three Rare Hunters assigned to Marik, he is also one of the only Rare Hunters named "Steve" containing active dialogue. Appearing in Episode 27, his biggest distinction is that his voice is reminiscent to that of the Looney Tunes character, Marvin the Martian; he even goes so far as to make a reference to him. (e.g. "I claim this card in the name of Mars. Isn't that lovely?") He is responsible for intercepting Joey Wheeler's path to the hospital, which prevents him from going to visit his blind sister, Serenity. He challenges Joey to a Duel, but is confronted with the possibility of simply resorting to "kick the crap out of him and take the Red-Eyes Black Dragon instead". He defeats Joey by summoning Exodia to "obliterate" him. (Exodia then references the Shoop Da Whoop meme, firing a blue laser beam at Joey with the memetic face being Photoshopped onto Exodia's). Steve then takes Joey's advice and proceeds to "kick the crap out of Joey", and then snags his Red-Eyes. He is soundly defeated in a Duel and has the card relinquished from him by Yami Yugi, as the latter had easily figured out his strategy due to how "generic" it was.
Only appeared in Episode 27. She has a very deep masculine voice, sounding like Dr. Girlfriend from The Venture Brothers, making Serenity think she is her father. She's also the one who paid for Serenity's operation, which ended in failure (at least temporarily). She attempted to calm Serenity down with the sound of her voice, but failed to get the door open.
Appears defeating Rex in Episode 29, taking his Serpent Night Dragon and then losing to Joey. He and his brothers have an incredibly loud monotone voice, a jab at the voice 4Kids used to dub him, and also because they are wearing headsets. His brothers were discovered cheating by Mokuba and Mokuba swiftly ends their part in Roba's duel with Joey. Rex Raptor compares him to Charlie Brown, likely due to the zig-zag stripe pattern on his shirt. His rare card, Jinzo, destroys Internet references. Despite Joey's deck being mostly made up of Internet references, he still manages to win. He appears again in the What would Yugi do special, featuring him and his family trying to give away or trade their baby it to Yugi for Buster Blader(when he refused to trade it, Roba replies saying it doesn't deserve a slot in his deck, but he could use it as a coaster, a reference to the original 4Kids dialogue after defeating Rex). It's also revealed Roba is 37 years old, that he and his brothers are a family of carni's, and that the reason they want to give away the baby is because "this baby doesn't deserve to be a trapeze artist, but [he supposes] it would make a good coaster for [his] drink".
He is later seen having a prediction war with Ishizu in the Third Anniversary video.
In episode 58, it is revealed that Espa and his brothers sold their baby to Joey after their duel. The baby had proved a nuisance to Serenity, and later on, Ishizu.
Arkana (who reveals that his first name is Steve) appears in Episode 30, trapping Yami underground and challenging him to a duel (using harmless dark energy disks and multiple references to the Saw franchise.) When Yami first summons the Dark Magician Girl, Arcana points out that Yami couldn't defeat a movie franchise that makes over $100,000,000 a year. So, to defeat Arcana, Yami spoils every plot twist there ever was, (making references to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, The Others, and Citizen Kane) This defeats Arkana, who gets rescued from the dark energy disk by Yugi, but is then mind-controlled by Marik. He is later hired as the Magician at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged Third Anniversary Video where he refuses to be glomped.
The newest of Marik's evil army of Steves. He is a pierced, goth looking mime who was first seen in Episode 31 but had a bigger role in Episode 32. Marik claims that this is the evillest of his army due to his amount of piercings. In the next episode, he was crowded by random bystanders who could only say "dude" but you could read what they were actually saying through the subtitles. He was the previous owner of Slifer the Executive Producer.
Mr Tweetums is a bird that Marik liked when it landed on Steve the Mime's shoulder and found cute, giving him its name. Later on it is revealed that Melvin considered him one of his friends, like Marik. He is erased from Marik's and Melvin's memories due to the effects of the Shadow Game Melvin started with Mai Valentine.
The Fan BoyEdit
The kid who was involved in Weevil Underwood's scheme against Joey in Episode 31. He talks using a Japanese accent and uses various Japanese phrases. He refers to the characters by their Japanese names since he doesn't like the dubbed episodes. These are reasons for Tristan to break his neck. He also says that he wants to "glomp" Joey. In Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged Third Anniversary Video he tries to "glomp" multiple people, and is eventually successful (albeit receiving near fatal wounds) with Ryo Bakura.
Serenity's nurse while she's recovering from the "operation she never had". She is unsympathetic to patients telling Serenity to "hurry up and get better" and even practices doing. The Hospital Boy kept on calling her "Nurse Joy" from Pokémon which she found very annoying.
A little boy in the hospital recovering from a seizure cause by watching an episode of Pokémon. (a reference to Pokémon episode 38 which sent over 800 Japanese children to the hospital with epileptic seizures) The seizure has apparently caused him to believe he is Ash Ketchum, a parody of the fact that his character was voiced in the English dub by the same person who does Ash. He thinks Serenity and Nurse Cameltoe are Misty and Nurse Joy. Serenity makes him stop annoying her by telling him he has cancer, what he thought at first was a Pokémon unobtainable in the Johto region. The fact that he believes that Serenity is Misty may be a reference to PokéShipping, he might have a crush on Serenity.
The two tag team rare hunter duelists. They appear in Episode 34 as parodies of Aqua Teen Hunger Force's Ignignokt and Err, with Lumis being Ignignokt and Umbra being Err. They like to raise the middle finger to people under their cloaks. Like their Aqua Teen counterparts, they like to talk about the moon and they call themselves the Mooninites. They even told their opponents how duels are done on the moon. They are apparently executed in zero-gravity environments, and the loser dies of asphyxiation...the winners also die.
Their cards have a mask theme, featuring cards with images such as the "M.A.S.K." logo, V from "V for Vendetta", the titular character of "The Mask", and the murderer of the "Scream" series. They claim that their most powerful card is the "Quad Laser". However, all the Quad Laser did was fire a slow-moving, orange square at Obelisk the Tormentor, during which an annoyed Kaiba was still able to call out an attack before it could come close to connecting (Again, much like their Mooninite counterparts). They were defeated by Yugi and Kaiba. As the two victors flew away in a helicopter, Lumis held up his middle finger to Umbra as hard as he could, hoping he would see it.
They later reappear three more times: In the Third Anniversary Special, Lumis considers the party to be dull, and that it requires more lasers from the moon (Umbra also demanded prostitutes, then, "moon prostitutes with laser-beam eyes"). They show up a second time, constantly making fun of Johnny Steps.
Their second reappearance was in Marik's Evil Council of Doom 3, which begins with a discussion between them and Yami Bakura about the show, Lost. They later suggest kidnapping Yugi, taking him to the inner core of the moon, and then flay him with moon rope, which was immediately denied by Marik.
Their most recent appearances were in Evil Council 4, where they constantly annoy Bakura by singing "Jimmy Crack Corn" and trying to sell real estate on the moon. They were killed by Melvin, but the whole thing turned out to be a daydream that Bakura had and in Evil Council 5.
First appeared in Episode 39, these two German brothers serve as Kaiba's elite security agents during the Battle City Tournament Finals. Gruber is in fact Roland from the original anime, while Hans is the nameless agent usually seen with him. Other than their incredibly thick (and satirically fake) German accents and squeaky voices, they speak and behave in a manner reminiscent of stereotypical Nazis, referring to Kaiba as their "Führer" and frequently shouting, "Heil Kaiba!" Even a logo they designed for KaibaCorp appears similar to the Nazi flag. However, Kaiba seems to regard them with contempt (albeit as much as he does for everyone else save Mokuba), believing them to be nothing more than "offensive stereotypes". Their names are also a reference to the villain of the first Die Hard movie, Hans Gruber.
As revealed in episode 47, they are both duelists and play it all the time; they also may have been killed by Melvin as he intended to give them both a 'hug'.
They are Tristan's imaginary friends who make their first appearance in Episode 39. Nobody knows which one is which, not even themselves. They come from the TV show Suite life of Zack and Cody. They are just floating heads that float above Tristan's shoulders. They encouraged Tristan to fight Duke because he is hitting on Joey's sister and make him suffer. One of them fell off the blimp, but we currently don't know which one. And neither do they for that matter. (Although it is probable that it was Zack, as Yami Bakura states that Zorc got a new job on "The Suite Life of Zorc and Cody).
Originally from Dragonball Z Abridged, Ghost Nappa appeared in Episode 40 as one of Bakura's ghost monsters, and later appeared after the stinger at the end of the episode, commenting on everyone's hair (though he likes Odion), and when he sees Mokuba, he believes him to be a rare Pokémon. Later, in Kaiba's Real Father - Conclusion, it is revealed that he is Mokuba's father. Ghost Nappa is voiced by takahata101, who voiced him in Dragon Ball Z Abridged.
He makes a reappearance in Episode 50 as one of Johnson's "celebrity witnesses" to testify against Joey Wheeler. However, he calmly stated that "[he had] never met the gentleman in question".
He is Marik and Ishizu's father, and the adoptive father of Odion, whom he casually displays open hatred for. He is a single-minded and dim-witted person without thought, in stark contrast to his claims of being "the finest human being in the world". He first mistakes a newborn Ishizu for a boy due to the presence of the umbilical cord. Throughout most of his appearances, he is known to burst into song. Before his wife's death, he is referred as a "giant douche", labeled as insane and constantly mistreats and abuses his children. He claims the solution to all of his problems in his life is by "whipping everything in a five-hundred yard radius". Chronologically, he is the first person to be killed off by one of Melvin's "famous hugs", which was extremely implied that he was instead stabbed multiple times by the Millennium Rod, as he sings about as he dies.
The mother of Marik and Ishizu and the adoptive mother of Odion. She seems to be careless to Odion at first, but slowly becomes nicer. However, she dies after giving birth to Marik, saying to Odion, "Don't let Marik become a giant douche like his father...". She was voiced by hieadenna.
A medical assistant aboard Seto Kaiba's blimp, he is the one who attends to Odion after he was struck by lightning during his Duel with Joey Wheeler. He is later killed by one of Melvin's "hugs", which is heavily implied that he was instead murdered by a chainsaw. He is named after the Motley Cruè song of the same name.
The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the FutureEdit
A robot that appears to Kaiba to prevent him from attacking Ishizu with "Obelisk the Tormentor". He is a character borrowed from Aqua Teen Hunger Force and his behavior, as suits that series, is ridiculous. Kaiba listens to him anyway and tributes Obelisk for "Blue-Eyes White Dragon". His story of the "past" or future is based of the Terminator series. He later appears again in 'Seto Kaiba's Real Father' to explain to Kaiba that he has no father and is in fact, a robot created by Freeza to build pyramids in the distant past. Kaiba then proclaims that although he would normally just leave and call this ridiculous, it actually explains a lot such as the fact that he has no emotions, his lack of genitalia, and has always had a strange urge to build pyramids in Egypt and be whipped while doing so, along with the strange birthmark saying "Made in Egypt".
The robot reappears at the end of "Bonds Beyond Time Abridged Movie", where he has apparently been narrating the events of the film to Kaiba. He then admits to Kaiba he does have a father, and it is him. Kaiba doesn't believe him, but the robot ignores him and proclaims "I love you too, son."
Hobson is Gozaburo's "Giant faced mutant he has posing as his butler". He is loyal to Gozaburo, but only begrudgingly so, and later outright betrays him by selling his share of the Kaiba Corp. to Seto, helping him overtake the company. He speaks in the manner of the Incredible Hulk, and often expresses a desire to "smash everything" and force other people to clean Gozaburo's silverware. He has, however, promised not to smash Mokuba, as he treats him nicely. He is voiced by ShadyVox.
The Door appeared in Episode 51 - The Death of Tristan Taylor. Its purpose is to announce/cause Tristan's imminent death. In the beginning of the episode, he called out for Tristan (who was feeling happy to be alive). When Tristan, Serenity and Duke find the door, it keeps asking them to open it.
Duke asks where the Door would take them, to which the Door answers a World of deep unending pain and torment...and ponies. The Door makes up the lie about the ponies so it could get Tristan into open it. Duke doesn't trust the Door, but Serenity Tristan stupidly agreed, after the Door promised free pony rides to the three of them.
Zorc's Mother made her only appearance in the Zorc and Pals bonus video. She looks exactly like Zorc, with the exception of a crudely drawn blonde wig on her head and lipstick painted over her mouth. She is displeased with Zorc for not following her desired path of life for him. When she visits Zorc pretends to be a lawyer and that Bakura is his wife in order to please her. She then finds out that Zorc actually married Marik and the video ends.
Naruto from LittleKuriboh's Naruto the Abridged Comedy Spoof Series has made nunmerous cameo appearances in Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged Video Specials most notably the Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged 3rd Anniversary where he is a guest at the party and unwraps a present from Team Four Star which he tries to smoke, (because he's a heavy smoker, trying to turn what he can into a cigarette) the present turns out to be a time bomb. He also appears in YGOTAS Sails Away where he joins in singing "Come Sail Away" where he adds "Come Sail Away no Jutsu". (The "no Jutsu" postfix is very common in the Naruto Comedy Spoof Series, with characters (mostly Naruto) says an action they're performing, followed by "no Jutsu", such as "Child Abuse no Jutsu". Even the titles use the "no Jutsu" postfix). In the Evil Council was originally planned to have a secret main villain, defeating Yugi and rule the world, and later the enemy would be Naruto.
Appeared in Bonds Beyond Time Abridged Movie as an image only Jaden can see. He likes to point out the fact that he is Asian even when it's not appropriate. He speaks with a heavy Asian accent.
Miho is a strange blue haired girl who hangs out with Yugi and his friends, but they hardly acknowledge that she is there. In the second episode Season 0 abridged, she says "Miho loves to dance!", to which Yugi asks "Did you guys hear something?". Tea dismisses this by saying that it "Sounded like the wind".
This monster is one of the most commonly used monsters of Yami Yugi's deck. A running gag that happens throughout the series is when Yugi summons him, he replaces the adjective "Obnoxious" with a different one; the ones displayed so far have been "Frustrated", "Bamboozled", "Disgruntled", and "Agnostic". Another continuing joke has the Guardian reference the adjective in some way upon being summoned or prior to being destroyed. (e.g. "I'm so bamboozled.") It apparently has a grudge against the Blue-Eyes White Dragon for spreading to others that he is a "weak monster", and has developed a complex as a result of that. In a rap battle between Yugi and Jaden Yuki, it is revealed that his name is allegedly Dave, and that he had difficulty stringing together coherent rhymes.
Obelisk the Tormentor is the only Egyptian God whose name was not changed by LittleKuriboh within the series. A running gag has occurred whenever Obelisk is chosen to attack a monster, which results in a sound clip of Joey and Tristan saying the phrase "Toooor-meeeeent" in unison playing. (This is potentially the reason why LittleKuriboh refrained from changing Obelisk's name around, referencing the phrase when it was said in Episode 3). During the Abridged Movie, a sound clip of Emperor Palpatine of "Star Wars" exclaiming "UNLIMITED POWER!" plays when Yami Yugi combines his own Egyptian God with Obelisk, granting him unlimited attack strength.
His name in the series is a parody of 4Kids producer Roger Slifer. When he appears in Episode 32, he growls out voice clips of "I hunger" and "Run, coward"; being direct voice clips they are obviously references to the video game they come from, Sinistar. Yami claims his size rivals that of Kaiba's ego. In the Abridged Movie he, along with Obelisk the Tormentor and 'Mega Ultra Chicken' attacked together to form the Epileptic Seizure Attack. When summoned in the Abridged Movie, Yugi says "Slifer no swiping! Slifer no swiping! Slifer no swiping!" This is a reference to Swiper from Dora the Explorer.
This card is named after a creature in the show Aqua Teen Hunger Force. When it appeared in the Abridged movie, when it is summoned, billywitchdoctor.com from the Aqua Teen Hunger Force show shows up and says, "Chicken Arise. Arise Chicken," with Odion saying similar when he summoned him in episode 42. In episode 42, it is revealed that he can talk and that he refers to himself as the god of trading cards.
This card appeared in Episode 27. After Steve summoned it, Exodia had allowed him to claim an automatic victory after firing a laser beam at Joey (referencing the "Shoop Da Whoop", in which Exodia's face had Photoshopped onto it). The resulting blast had knocked Joey down, declaring him the loser of the Duel and leaving him to contemplate how a hologram that had no physical presence was able to cause physical injury to him.
This card appeared in episode 29, and is another commonly used card in the series. Apparently, it has the special ability to negate and destroy any obscure internet clichés; so far in the series, Jinzo has negated and destroyed the banana from "Peanut Butter Jelly Time", Caramelldansen and later Jack Atlas saying "Card Games on Motorcycles!".
In Season 3, Lector took the Jinzo form, allowing Jinzo to become an independent character rather than a card, but still keeping his power to destroy internet memes. He was later defeated when he turned Lector/Jinzo's localization and turned it into "LOLcalization" turning Lector/Jinzo into his own meme.
He has exactly the same role in the real movie. Except that Kaiba said that he loved it so much that he would never use it again.
Kuriboh is considered useless by Yami. The monster makes earlier appearances in the series but never had a recurring joke, except for when Yami Yugi would create Little Kuriboh impostors on a few occasions and make references to his opponents being smothered by his "giant hairy balls". It was until episode 48 that it started to get a joke. It parodies Hot Dog from Perfect Hair Forever. In episode 50, he appears as one of the witnesses testifying against Joey Wheeler. It is apparently his testimony that almost gets Joey convicted.
Summoned by Joey in Episode 50. Apparently, his real name is Frank, as he states when Joey summons him. When Joey sent him to destroy the rest of Johnson's Life Points he yells "My name is Frank!"