Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 066
|Japanese ED||"WAKE UP YOUR HEART"|
|English OP & ED||"Get Your Game On!"|
|Animation director||Kyoung Soo Lee|
|Japanese||January 4, 2006|
|English||September 8, 2006|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! GX episodes (season 2)|
|Previous||"No Pain, No Game"|
|Next||"Homecoming Duel, Part 1"|
|Featured card||"Elemental Hero Flame Wingman"|
"Going Bananas", known as "Judai's "First Dream of the Year" Duel!" in the Japanese version, is the sixty-sixth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime. This episode is a clip show.
Syrus Truesdale and Tyranno Hassleberry are eating in the Slifer Red dorm, and the dinner is Jaden Yuki's favorite - fried shrimp. They eat the shrimp that was intended for Jaden, as he isn't there, and hope that wherever he is, he's not starving. Jaden is still wandering through the forest at the point, and comments that he suddenly tastes fried shrimp, which only makes him hungrier. Wheeler the monkey is also in the forest, pushing a large cart of discarded furniture. He finds Jaden, who has collapsed from hunger. He wakes him up, and Jaden hallucinates that the cart of furniture is really "Ancient Gear Golem". Jaden then has a flashback to his Duel with Dr. Crowler in episode 1.
After that, Jaden sees Wheeler hitting his cart with his fist, and imagines that he's Bastion Misawa, thus having a flashback to his Duel with him in episode 22. After this, he imagines that Wheeler is actually Chazz Princeton and has flashbacks to their Duel in episode episode 4. After this, he proceeds to imagine that the monkey is Zane Truesdale and flashes back to episode 8. After that's over, Wheeler throws a bucket of water at Jaden, and this finally wakes him up fully. He also gives him a bunch of bananas to eat. Jaden thanks him, and heads off to continue his trip back to Duel Academy. However, he ends up going the wrong way, this despite the fact that Duel Academy is visible through the trees in the direction he doesn't take. There is also a sign in that direction pointing towards Duel Academy. Jaden's stupidity actually causes the inanimate roadsign to sweat drop and face fault.
All cards featured in this episode are from flashbacks.