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"Present Tense" is the tenth episode from season two of Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness.

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Synopsis

Po takes a job as a bounty hunter to earn money to buy his father a gift.[2]

As the annual Winter Festival approaches, Po doesn't have enough money to buy his dad the awesome present he deserves, so he takes a job as a bounty hunter to capture a dangerous escaped convict for the reward.[3]

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As the Valley of Peace prepares for the Winter Festival, Mr. Ping is anticipating the arrival of numerous kung fu masters in addition to guests like Xiao Niao. The Furious Five, Shifu, and Po have been enlisted to help in the preparations, but Tigress is less than thrilled. She then discovers that Po's gift for his father is a misshapen spoon, and her comments prompt Po to start looking for another gift, particularly after he finds his father's present for him. While Tigress ends up working with Xiao Niao, Po enlists Viper to help him find a better gift, and locates an ideal wok only to find that it's incredibly expensive. As Po despairs over finding a gift for his father, Constable Hu appears with a wanted notice for a criminal, with the reward for his capture being the exact amount Po needs for the wok.

Po then sets out for the Muchang Township in search of the renegade kung fu master, Shengqi, only to find that the villagers have no intention of letting him capture the escaped prisoner.

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Trivia

  • The Chinese text on the wanted flyer for Shengqi ("500元獎金?"; simplified Chinese: 500元奖金; pinyin: yuán jiǎngjīn) translates approximately to "500 yuan bonus".
Dragon

The ice dragon from Kung Fu Panda Holiday

  • The same ice dragon sculpture that appeared in Kung Fu Panda Holiday also appears in this episode as an Easter egg. Both the special and this episode take place during the Winter Feast; however, it can be said that this episode takes place a year following the events of the special.

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