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Episode XVII: Jack and the Scotsman, Part 2 is the seventeenth episode from the second season of Samurai Jack. In this episode, Jack must help The Scotsman save his wife from demonic robots.


The episode starts off with a glimpse of a wanted poster of Jack, being the most wanted man in the future and seen eating noodles. Surprisingly, the Scotsman tracked Jack down at a remote tavern and, after they battled the bounty hunters, the Scotsman begged Jack for help: a clan of Celtic demons had kidnapped the Scotsman's wife, and the Scotsman was forbidden by ancient tradition to be aided by his clan members. The only loophole allowed for the Scotsman to seek aid from a stranger, and, in his words, Jack is "the strangest man [he knew]". Jack was more than willing to aid his friend, but first he had to gain the approval of the Scotsman's clan. The two friends journeyed to the Highlands, where Jack was introduced to the Scotsman's clan, including the clan's Druid. After passing a test of strength (through unconventional means), Jack and the Scotsman were allowed to go rescue his wife.

After sneaking into the castle of Boon, where the Celtic Demons resided, the two located the Scotsman's wife, who turned out to be even more abrasive than her husband. As they tried to sneak her out, the group were cornered by the demon horde. Though the two warriors fought valiantly, they were vastly outnumbered. However, when the head Celtic Demon referred to the Scotsman's wife, this send her into a frenzied rage, destroying the entire horde with her bare hands while Jack and the Scotsman looked on in awe. As the three began to leave, however, the Scotsman's wife was sent into another rage when Jack accidentally made a comment about her size, forcing him to flee as she furiously pursued him, with the Scotsman calling after her not to squash the samurai.


  • Casting by
    • Collette Sunderman


  • After the scene where Jack passes the test of throwing a stone, when the Scotsman is carrying Jack on his shoulders, the Loch Ness monster (or a descendant) is seen swimming in the lake.
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