Ssosso tries to teach a stressed out Abyo the meaning of "inner peace".
|Season 1, Episode 7, Part 2|
|Air date||April 13, 2007|
|Written by||Johnny John-John Kearns|
|Directed by||Dan Hughes|
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Peace Out is the second segment of the seventh episode of the television show Pucca. It first aired April 13, 2007.
The day starts out very roughly for Abyo, being beaten by his Kung Fu alarm clock and then having his father drink the last of the milk. Things don’t get much better as he’s pestered by butterflies, has doors smack him, and ends up with noodles dumped on him. Ching and Pucca, worried about their friend’s extreme tenseness, take him to see Sosso in his Peace-Out Palace. The young monk is confident that Abyo’s agitation can be cured and, leaving the girls to wait in the lobby, takes Abyo inside.
He begins by showing him a calming movie, but Santa is in the theatre as well, eating popcorn. The noise aggravates Abyo until he snaps, beating the jolly man and chucking him through the screen. Sosso remains calm about the damage and decides they must move on. Sosso has Abyo enter a tank with two dolphins hoping their “wonder” can bring him peace. However, their antics annoy the young fighter and when he insults them a fight begins, which cracks the tank and floods Sosso’s palace.
As a last resort, Sosso shows Abyo his most extreme treatment: the Room of Ultimate Nothingness which is literally a white room of empty space in which he locks Abyo. The boy is uncomfortable with the emptiness and tries to take out his anger on something, but has nothing present which only makes him more stressed.
Outside, Sosso is escorting Ching and Pucca to the room, certain that Abyo has found his inner peace, only to have the fighter suddenly crash down from the ceiling above them in a wild fit. He takes out his aggravation through brute physical strength, destroying everything in sight and sending the others running for cover. Eventually, the entire palace collapses on top of the children and while everyone has come out all right, Abyo feels much better, having been able to work out his issues cathartically. Sosso, on the other hand, is outraged by the destruction wrought on his building and begins throwing things around as well. Abyo encourages his behavior as it will help him with his anger, but then must flee as Sosso turns his new aggressive approach on the fighter.
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