|When Yami Met Sally|
|Season 1, Episode 14|
|Air date||November 8, 2006|
Episode Synopsis Edit
This episode starts with a flashback showign how Yugi, Joey, and Tea became friends. Moments later the rematch between Yugi and Kaiba on the roof of Pegasus's castle, in which they duel using Kaiba's new duel technology, begins. After Kaiba makes a suicide threat, Yugi surrenders, and Kaiba walks away the victor, leaving Yugi depressed over his defeat.
- (Title) This title is a reference to the film "When Harry Met Sally..." .
- (00:05) "I love the smell of card games in the morning" is a reference to the popular line "I love the smell of napalm in the morning" from "Apocalypse Now" .
- (00:45) The name of this store combines popular fast food restaurants Kentucky Fried Chicken , McDonalds and Burger King .
- (00:58) Joey and Yugi's conversation in the diner where Tea works in her flashback is pretty much lifted word for word from "Pulp Fiction" .
- (01:07) Tea's line "Kiss my grits" was the catchphrase of Flo from the TV series "Alice" .
- (01:51) Direct parody of the Hulk . The original lines are "You won't like when I'm angry" and "Hulk Smash!"
- (03:05) Clerks is a 1994 movie in which the protagonists play hockey on the roof.
- (04:10) Brock is a character from the anime Pokemon who always hits on girls, especially Nurse Joy . His American voice actor, Eric Stuart , is the same actor who voiced Seto Kaiba.
- (04:28) Yugi saying "Just play the damn card already" might be a reference to the website PlayTheDamnCard - LittleKuriboh thanked it in the first YGOTAS Movie's ending credits.
- (04:35) When you fight the hydra in PS2 videogame Kingdom Hearts 2 , Phil will keep shouting "Get up on the Hydra's back" .
- (04:48) The Pearl Harbor movie is centered around a World War 2 Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, an American army base in Hawaii.
- (05:51) Ben Affleck starred in the aforementioned Pearl Harbor movie.
- (End card) The ending music is "Loser" by Beck , referencing that Yugi lost the duel.
- (Credits) An infamous conversation from Dragonball Z , from when Vegeta and Nappa first arrived to Earth, which has become an Internet meme and is arguably the spark that began "YouTube poop" (a fad where random scenes and audio with no clear connection are spliced together).