âHeart of a Warriorâ, UNNATURAL HISTORYâs fourth episode, was also its best. When a Samurai exhibition comes to school, Henry befriends a martial artist and makes enemies out of her brother Kenji. An elaborate conspiracy, of course, is discovered and Henry, Jasper and Maggie rush to the rescue and stop thieves stealing the Samurai armour and heart of the Shogun warrior on display at their school.
The minor subplots consisted of Jaspar swotting away a tattoo artistsâ infatuation and Maggieâs lack of a date to the school dance, the latter of which was so preposterous it made the rest of Unnatural History quite realistic.
There were many entertaining twists; the revelation of Henryâs opponent in the sword fighting tournament, the unmasking of the real thief. I never thought Iâd see a battle of sushi-making on Cartoon Network, but there you have it. The dialogue was fun. Maggieâs explanation for providing earpieces was a chirpy: âMy dadâs garage is different from your dadâs garage.â
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