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Tropes: Atlantis Is Boring: While it’s somewhat played with in that the Triseraquins complain that they haven’t received any visitors since their city was sunk, as they seem to be the only people under the sea, the underwater realm itself is lushly portrayed as beautiful and full of strange life (there’s a rather nice sequence during Jack’s trip devoted to showing just how much weird stuff there is down there), and there’s certainly plenty going on to keep Jack busy in Oceanus itself. Easily Forgiven: Jack easily forgives the Triseraquins for selling him out to Aku and nearly getting him killed, as after all, few can resist Aku’s wiles and trickery. Eaten Alive: After being shipwrecked, Jack is swallowed whole by huge fish. He still gets a good view of the outside world thanks to the fish’s back being a transparent dome, and he manages to manipulate its nerve ganglia to get it where he wants it to go. Fish People: What the Triceraquins are. Giant Squid: Aku takes on this form to fight the Triseraquins’ military when they try to fight him. No Celebrities Were Harmed: One of the Triceraquins has a voice similar to Ringo Starr and is even named “Ringo” in the credits. It helps that he’s voiced by Jess Harnell, who used the same Ringo impression for Wacko Warner. Organic Technology: The Triseraquins make heavy use of this their vehicles all appear to be highly modified fish, and even the fake time machine and a good portion of their city are organic in nature. Time Machine: Rumors of one such machine are the reason why Jack seeks out Oceanus in the first place, so that he can return to the past and prevent Aku from taking over the world. Sadly, it doesn’t exist it was all just a trick to lure Jack into a trap. Trademark Favorite Food: This episode establish’s Jack’s love of sushi. The Triseraquins even give him a whole bag of the stuff to make up for tricking him. Underwater City: Oceanus, the city of the Triceraquins, built as a system of waterproof domes on top of high tech towers. It used to be a City on the Water instead, but Aku banished them beneath the ocean to where their city is now. It returns to the surface by the end of the episode.

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