When Yang announces he can beat Yin at any video game ever, Carl sees an opportunity to distract the siblings. He traps them in a dancing game that they can't quit, and comes up with a nefarious scheme to poison Town President Muffin. Will Yin and Yang learn to work together to accomplish their goals, or will Muffin meet with a sticky end? File:Yin Yang Yo Dance Dance Devastation Scenes
Yang claims that he can defeat Yin in video games of any form. Ranging from racing games to rail-shooters, he ultimately proves this theory, until Carl seizes the opportunity and uses the rabbits' competitiveness against each other by creating the music-genre game, 'Dance Monkey'. With the game programmed to force its players to dance nonstop, Carl's plans to assassinate President Muffin are in motion.
During the course of the game, Yin and Yang are left with no other options but to dance or suffer constant electric shocks by the game's software. To make the situation even more bizarre, the two start to dance and sing accordingly to the different genre of music played, from hip-hop to Irish puddle dances.
Both eventually encounter Carl once more and attempt to foil his agenda yet again. However with each dance step taken, Yin and Yang begin to grow tired. They conceive a plan and try to use Carl's game against him! With the twins having emerged victorious, the game ends with Yin and Yang tied in score. This in turn leads to Carl being forced to dance in the game himself!
- This episode features Carl as the main antagonist; also in the episode, it features Dance Monkey as the second antagonist.
- Yin's Rapper costume was last seen in The Big Payback.
- The episode title is apparently a parody of the popular music-genre video game series, Dance Dance Revolution, by Konami.
- Yin and Yang have demonstrated fluent Spanish and German speaking skills. Whether this is a natural talent or merely part of the 'Dance Monkey' video game is unclear.
- During this episode it seems that Yin can perform Foonado.