Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky that aired on Cartoon Network from 2001 to 2004. It is noted for its highly detailed, outline-free, masking-based animation, as well as for its cinematic style and pacing. It was the first Cartoon Network original series aside from those who comprised the Cartoon Cartoons lineup at the time. It is shown on its sister network Boomerang.
The plots of individual episodes range from dark and epic to light-hearted and comic, but typically follow "Jack", a time-displaced samurai warrior, in his singular quest to find a method of traveling back in time. Many of the battle scenes in the series are reminiscent of samurai films, and since Jack's robotic enemies "bleed" oil or electricity and monsters and aliens bleed slime or goo, the series is able to exhibit the action of these films while avoiding censorship for violence.
"Episode XXVII: Jack and the Rave"Edit
Jack helping an inn keeper get his daughter as well as the children of the village back from one of Aku's minions, a mind controlling DJ.
"Episode XLVI: Scotsman Saves Jack, Part 2"Edit
the Scotsman and the still amnesiac Jack discover source of Jack's memory loss in three beautiful sirens, whose bewitching song can hypnotize the strongest warrior, except for the Scotsman, who is somehow immune to their song. Now its up to the Scotsman to stop the evil sirens, restore Jack's memories, and save the lives of themselves and the crews that the sirens have enslaved.