Samurai Jack was an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky. The series aired on Cartoon Network from August 10, 2001 to September 25, 2004. It ran for four seasons and a total of 52 episodes.

All four seasons are available on Region 1 DVD. The first three episodes were released as a stand-alone movie titled Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie on March 19, 2002.

Season 1: 2001

Title Original Airdate Production Code Roman Numerals
The Beginning August 10, 2001 101 I
Aku devastates a young boy's land forcing him to travel around the world to train as a samurai. When he returns as an adult and attempts to defeat Aku, Aku sends him to the future.
The Samurai Called Jack August 10, 2001 102 II
After landing in the future, the samurai, now named Jack, begins his quest for Aku, where he becomes friends with talking dogs.
The First Fight August 10, 2001 103 III
Jack attempts to beat back Aku's army and save a race of canine archaeologists.
Jack, the Woolies, and the Chritchellites August 13, 2001 104 IV
Jack helps free the Woolies from the tyrannical Chritchellites.In return the leader of the Woolies bestows his wisdom upon Jack.
Jack in Space August 27, 2001 105 V
Jack and a group of scientists join forces to try to escape the wrath of Aku.
Jack and the Warrior Woman November 19, 2001 106 VI
A mysterious female warrior joins Jack in his quest, but is she really an ally?
Jack and the Three Blind Archers August 20, 2001 107 VII
Jack must get past three mysterious archers to reach an all-powerful wishing well.
Jack versus Mad Jack October 15, 2001 108 VIII
Aku is disappointed because the sizable reward he has offered for Jack's life has not attracted any bounty hunters with enough skill to take him down, so he creates an evil spirit-clone of Jack since no foe can be more difficult than the self.
Jack Under the Sea September 3, 2001 109 IX
Jack has an underwater adventure while hunting for an ancient time portal.
Jack and the Lava Monster November 5, 2001 110 X
Jack survives a cave full of challenges only to find an old warrior, cursed by Aku, longing to reach Valhalla.
Jack and the Scotsman October 29, 2001 111 XI
When Jack and a Scotsman meet on a never-ending bridge, they end up shackled together and on the run from bounty hunters. This episode marks the second time Phil LaMarr and John DiMaggio have worked together. First time was on Futurama.
Jack and the Gangsters November 26, 2001 112 XII
Jack hooks up with some Chicago gangsters to try to get close to Aku.
Aku's Fairy Tales December 3, 2001 113 XIII
Aku tells three fairy tales, with a decidedly skewed point of view.

Season 2: 2002

Title Original Airdate Production Code Roman Numerals
Jack Learns to Jump Good March 1, 2002 201 XIV
Jack helps a peaceful tribe defend themselves against attacks in return for lessons on how to "jump good".
Jack Tales March 8, 2002 202 XV
Three short stories about some of Jack's confrontations. He confronts a two-headed riddling worm, a family that feeds on metal, and tries to rescue a fairy from a gargoyle.
Jack and the Smackback March 15, 2002 203 XVI
Jack must defend himself in the "Dome of Doom".
Jack and the Scotsman, Part 2 March 22, 2002 204 XVII
The Scotsman needs Jack's help in rescuing his kidnapped wife from a castle.
Jack and the Ultra-robots March 29, 2002 205 XVIII
After Jack finds several destroyed cities, he tries to stop the eight ultra-bots responsible with the help of the professor who originally created them.
Jack Remembers the Past April 5, 2002 206 XIX
Jack returns to his birthplace and reminisces about his childhood. Features a cameo by Lone Wolf and Cub.
Jack and the Monks April 12, 2002 207 XX
Jack searches for truth by climbing the "Mountain of Fatoom" with three monks.
Jack and the Farting Dragon September 6, 2002 208 XXI
A village is overpowered by a stench coming from "The Spire". Jack investigates and finds a dragon with severe indigestion.
Jack and the Hunters September 13, 2002 209 XXII
Aku enlists a band of elite hunters to capture Jack for him.
Jack versus Demongo, the Soul Collector September 20, 2002 210 XXIII
Jack battles Demongo- Aku's most powerful minion- and his army of undead warriors.
Jack Is Naked September 27, 2002 211 XXIV
Jack's clothes are stolen and he must get them back while being chased by an angry mob who think he is indecent. This episode greatly echoes Alice In Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, and Benny Hill.
Jack and the Spartans October 4, 2002 212 XXV
As Jack climbs up to the top of a great mountain he meets up with a band of 300 warriors and offers to help them win a war that has raged for five generations. This episode pays homage to the Battle of Thermopylae.
Jack's Sandals October 11, 2002 213 XXVI
Jack goes after a gang who destroys his sandals, and has trouble picking new footwear.

Season 3: 2002-2003

Title Original Airdate Production Code Roman Numerals
Chicken Jack October 18, 2002 301 XXVII
A vengeful wizard turns Jack into a chicken. He then has to figure out how to return to normal.
Jack and the Rave October 25, 2002 302 XXVIII
As Jack passes through a town he discovers that all the children of the town are going to a rave party and have been hypnotized by Aku's music, which is being played on the outskirts of town, turning the children to violence and keeping them away from their parents. The children are dressed in what seems to be a "Candy raver" style.
The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful November 1, 2002 303 XXIX
While taking a trip on an Old West-style train, Jack is stalked by a bounty hunter, Ezekiel Clench. Jack evades capture but is caught by Clench's ex-wife Josephine. Includes cameo appearance by Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey.
Jack and the Zombies November 8, 2002 304 XXX
Jack's path lands him in a graveyard. Mobbed by undead warriors, Jack must fight against his own sword - in Aku's hand.
Jack in Egypt November 22, 2002 305 XXXI
Aku unleashes the minions of Set. Only a distant memory can save Jack when he encounters the minions in an eerily familiar surrounding.
Jack and the Traveling Creatures April 26, 2003 306 XXXII
Jack's path leads to a mysterious lake. Several creatures guide him to a passage through time. However, once Jack reaches the passage, he discovers an unbeatable warrior guards it.
Jack and the Creature May 3, 2003 307 XXXIII
While continuing on his mission, Jack is followed by an overly friendly creature who accidentally thwarts his every move. This episode pays homage to Hayao Miyazaki's Totoro.
Jack and the Swamp Monster May 10, 2003 308 XXXIV
Jack meets a hermit who guides him to three gems of the Titans.
Jack and the Haunted House May 17, 2003 309 XXXV
Jack encounters a haunted house in his travels and must free the family trapped inside.
Jack, the Monks, and the Ancient Master's Son May 31, 2003 310 XXXVI
Jack meets a hidden temple of Shaolin Monks, who agree to help guide him to a time portal.
The Birth of Evil, Part 1 August 16, 2003 311 XXXVII
This "epic" story tells how Aku came to exist, and how he came to be in conflict with Jack's father.
The Birth of Evil, Part 2 August 16, 2003 312 XXXVIII
Continuation of the story (as told to a young Jack in the first episode of the series) about how his father defeated Aku.
Jack and the Labyrinth August 26, 2003 313 XXXIX
Jack finds a booby-trapped labyrinth, in the center of which is a diamond which could send him back to his own time, but a mysterious stranger who has also entered the maze could put Jacks plans in jeopardy. Jack faces off against a thief while they compete to steal the same magical jewel. This character is a homage to Daisuke Jigen of Lupin III fame.

Season 4: 2003-2004

Title Original Airdate Production Code Roman Numerals
Samurai versus Ninja June 14, 2003 401 XL
Jack fights a ninja sent by Aku.
Robo-Samurai versus Mondo Bot June 21, 2003 402 XLI
Jack uses a giant robot to defeat Mondo-Bot to defend a city of robots.
Samurai versus Samurai June 28, 2003 403 XLII
Jack meets an annoying would-be samurai and teaches him a lesson.
The Aku Infection November 5, 2003 404 XLIII
Jack is accidentally infected with Aku's evil.
The Princess and the Bounty Hunters November 12, 2003 405 XLIV
A group of bounty hunters team up to capture Jack.
Scotsman Saves Jack, Part 1 August 23, 2003 406 XLV
The Scotsman must help Jack recover his lost memory.
Scotsman Saves Jack, Part 2 August 23, 2003 407 XLVI
The concluding part of "Scotsman Saves Jack".
Jack and the Flying Prince and Princess November 19, 2003 408 XLVII
Jack helps save fairy-like aliens from Aku. This episode contains many references to Star Wars IV: A New Hope
Jack versus Aku November 24, 2003 409 XLVIII
Aku challenges Jack to a final fight, in which he won't use his powers if Jack refrains from using his sword. Jack soon finds out that even though he may keep his word, Aku is not as trustworthy.
Seasons of Death September 25, 2004 410 XLIX
Jack faces four different menaces on different seasons of the year.
Tale of X9 September 25, 2004 411 L
A story of a robot with emotions, being blackmailed by Aku to hunt down Jack. The only episode of the entire series to feature exactly one speaking part.
Young Jack in Africa September 25, 2004 412 LI
A tale of Jack training in Africa as a child.
Jack and the Baby September 25, 2004 413 LII
Jack rescues a baby and then tries to find the child's mother.
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