High noon. In the now abandoned house formerly occupied by the late Enyaba Ordonez, two people arrive. One of them is Albert Wesker, an evil genius who is secretly plotting to take over all of Oasis Springs, and the other is the naive and goofy Spongebob Squarepants, who is blissfully unaware of his roommate's intention.
Jack Spicer is one of Kimiko's best friends and one of his only friends. Kimiko had made him realize that he could do anything if he just belives in himself. He is a self-proclaimed Evil Boy Genius and one of the main antagonists. He specializes in robotics and controls his own robot army. In his first appearance, he met the Heylin witch, Wuya, and learned of the mystical Shen Gong Wu. He has stated several times that he has wanted to rule the world since second grade. His grandmother gave him his infamous heli-bot when he turned evil. He often resorted to sobbing in public or screaming in terror due to his many defeats. Jack lives in his wealthy parents basement, which he uses as his secret lab. He has a younger cousin named Megan. Examples of Jack's evil heroes are Chase Young and Hannibal Roy Bean. Before these two showed up, Jack is the dragons most formidable enemy. He looks up to those evil heroes and tried to form partnerships with them, usually ending up with him getting hurt emotionally and physically.
Jack occupies himself by designing, building, and repairing his own robotic soldiers, who often double as his own personal servants. His standard is the Jack-Bot. Despite his genius and technological prowess, he is very clumsy, goofy, and immature, and has little common sense. He often uses outdated and odd-sounding sayings and phrases, and was somewhat eccentric. Despite his frequent defeats, he is often over-confident in his own genius. He cantankerous, churlish, whiny, and obnoxious, and virtually every character in the series found Jack annoying. Jack's off-screen parents are exceedingly wealthy, but they often ignore him, sending him money and lavish gifts likely out of guilt for their neglect. Jack is very fearful, paranoid, and neurotic; if he finds himself in danger, his confidence slips, and he often panics. Jack also doesn't do well in enclosed spaces and has an extreme fear of rejection and failure. Despite this, Jack attends nearly every Shen Gong Wu appearance, prepared to battle. When Jack visits the Ying-Yang World, he loses his good chi and emerges as Good Jack, who is overwhelmingly cheery, self-sacrificing, and idealistic. When the opposite occurs and he loses all of his good chi, his pure-evil self is nearly identical to his normal self, but is much less whiny and childish. Jack is not only among the most inept of the monk's enemies, but likely the most good-natured as well. Jack occasionally allies with the side of good, albeit usually with a selfish ulterior motive, such as when he rescues the Xiaolin monks from Wuya in Days Past. He makes a genuine attempt to turn good in The Apprentice, although ultimately he gives it up and returns to evil. It is suggested that Jack is not a truly evil character, but sides with the Heylin because of his fear that he would fail at being good, just as he fails at being evil. His motivation for world-domination is to compensate for his own feelings of worthlessness. After he had met Kimiko, she had taught him that he can do anything that he sets his mind to. Thanks to Kimiko he became more witty, protective, confident, and kind.
Chase is Jack's evil hero. From Chase's debut, he had tried to impress the immortal warrior, often showing heavy senses of envy at Chase's citadel, power, and his jungle cats. At first, Chase accepted the boy genius into his lair, helping with his showdown against Master Munk Guan, and generally being a supporter of his evil. Later, however, Chase had given Jack a nickname from reflecting his impression of him: Insect. He often sees Jack as insignificant and otherwise useless. He is one of the Heylin members to hate Jack; he never seen Jack as an ally, and as previously stated, only as an insect. Later on however, he accepted Jack into his palace with the other villains, saying that in his own idiotic way, he os the one that led Chase to be the ruler of the world. Once the monks made it into his citadel, it is Chase, Evil Omi, and Jack that had greeted them, Jack countering every Shen Gong Wu attack with the Reversing Mirror before it could hurt him. After this occasion, Chase has never shown any respect for him, even when Jack had trapped Chase in the Sphere of Yun, taking control of all of Chase's possessions. Jack's idolization of Chase is still carried on in Xiaolin Chronicles. 2b1af7f3a8